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UA students provide Thanksgiving meals for soup bowl

In what's become a family holiday ritual, University of Alabama senior Juan Carrasquilla helped deliver pans of food donated by fellow students to the East Tuscaloosa Community Soup Bowl for the nonprofit's annual Thanksgiving meal. "It is amazing that it is the fifth year already. I have been reall

TUSCALOOSA NEWS - 2017-11-23 12:00:00

Fees waived for pet adoptions this weekend

Metro Animal Shelter and online retailer Zappos are working together to help find cats and dogs new homes in Tuscaloosa this Black Friday. This year, the "Home for the Pawlidayz" event is being held at Tuscaloosa's Metro Animal Shelter, allowing families to adopt a pet without an adoption fee. Steve

TUSCALOOSA NEWS - 2017-11-24 02:23:25

Animal shelters raise money through Iron Bowl competition

Animal shelters in Auburn and Tuscaloosa are tapping into the Iron Bowl rivalry to raise money and awareness in support of the community shelters. The Tuscaloosa Metro Animal Shelter is competing with the Lee County Humane Society in the Bark Bowl, a contest inspired by the instate rivalry between t

TUSCALOOSA NEWS - 2017-11-23 19:00:00

Grant money will help local juveniles

A Tuscaloosa social service agency is one of just six in the country receiving grant money to help juveniles who have been detained or involved in the justice system. The Juveniles Supported Through Integrated Community Engagement (JUSTICE) program will provide case management services, mentoring an

TUSCALOOSA NEWS - 2017-11-24 03:10:00

Turn back time, 1835 Alabama: Metal teeth, fancy dresses, quack medicine and the Alamo

A few yellowed and crumbling pages of newsprint from exactly 182 years ago today paint a vivid portrait of life in Alabama circa 1835, a life by turns luxurious or hard scrabble depending on your place in the world. This was long before Birmingham was even a village, when Tuscaloosa was briefly cons

AL.COM - 2017-11-23 13:35:08

Like black voters, evangelicals duped by party loyalty

Ben Baxter is a Tuscaloosa dweller, a Dothan native, an experienced engineer, and a regular contributor for personal finance and career development topics. He's also a frequent voice on race and faith. I never thought I'd see the day, but evangelical voters have finally become maligned enough by th


Dogs, a donkey and the Alamites were Alabama mascots long before Big Al

In the grand scheme of things, however, Big Al's a relative newcomer. Alabama's been playing Auburn since 1893 and the official costume didn't debut until the dawn of the 1980s. The history of Alabama mascots extends well beyond the modern era of Big Al. And it gets a little weird. A deep look throu


Dance coach is a UA fixture

As the daughter of University of Alabama employees, former Crimsonette Brandi Freeman grew up in the Crimson Tide heartland watching football on Saturdays. "We were huge Bama fans," she said. In Bryant-Denny Stadium on Saturdays, her father would hand her his binoculars to look at the field. "Being

TUSCALOOSA NEWS - 2017-11-22 19:03:54

GALA hosts contra dance at Wolfeboro's Great Hall Saturday

WOLFBORO - The Community Contra Dance Series hosted by Global Awareness Local Action (GALA) continues on Saturday, Nov. 25, at the Wolfeboro Town Hall's "Great Hall." Dances run from 7 to 10 p.m., with the first half hour dedicated to a brief overview of the basic steps of New England contra dance,


TubaChristmas concert is Dec. 9 in Wolfeboro

WOLFBORO - The fourteenth annual TubaChristmas concert in Wolfeboro will be Saturday, Dec. 9, from 2 to 3 p.m. at All Saint's Episcopal Church, 258 S. Main St. This popular holiday event is sponsored by the Harvey Phillips Foundation, and the concert is free and open to the public. Anyone interested


Law firm's $5k donation boosts effort

11/15/17--DAVID LANE/UNION LEADER--Terrence Daley, left, and Richard Moquin of Moquin & Daley , P.A., present their annual Santa Fund donation to Shannon Sullivan of the New Hampshire Union Leader on Nov. 15, 2017. MANCHESTER - This year marks about the 30th straight year that the Moquin & Daley la

UNION LEADER - 2017-11-24 03:00:00

'Lorraine's Gift' provides Thanksgiving meals for families in need

Nine families in Farmington are giving thanks for being able to sit down at home together and share an annual tradition they might not otherwise have been able to. One of the families is in New Hampshire after escaping from the hurricane devastation in Puerto Rico. A hot turkey meal with all the tri

WMUR.COM - 2017-11-24 00:34:00

Deals for days: Holiday shoppers get head start on Thanksgiving

Sonja Meley of Belmont said she arrived at Target in Concord just before 2 p.m. on Thanksgiving Day, four hours before its scheduled opening. “Better safe than sorry,” she said. Meley said she was there for a very specific purpose – a savings of $220 on a pair of Beats Studio Wireless headphones to

CONCORD MONITOR - 2017-11-23 23:59:59

Economic Development Corp. opens new doors

WOLFEBORO - Wentworth Economic Development Corporation invites the public to celebrate its new location at a pre-holiday Open House Tuesday, Dec. 5, noon to 7 p.m. For 24 years, businesses and entrepreneurs on the eastern shore of Lake Winnipesaukee and along southern Route 16 have turned to Wentwor


Laconia woman to stand trial for criminal neglect of her grandmother

Rachel Newton, 25, of Laconia, is scheduled to stand trial in February for criminal neglect of an 88-year-old woman who developed a life-threatening bedsore while in Newton's care. LACONIA - A city woman charged with criminal neglect after her grandmother developed a life-threatening bedsore is sc

UNION LEADER - 2017-11-22 21:16:00

Carroll County Democrats to host meeting Nov. 27 in Ossipee

CONWAY - The Carroll County Democratic Committee has announced that its November meeting will be held at Harley Jack's Burgers & Brews in Ossipee on Monday, Nov. 27, at 6 p.m. The guest speaker will be congressional candidate Terence O'Rourke of Alton. O'Rourke currently serves as Rochester's first

CONWAYDAILYSUN.COM - 2017-11-22 16:57:00

Magical Christmas murals in Grants Pass

Grants Pass, Ore. - It's already looking a lot like Christmas in Grants Pass. 18 musical Christmas murals are lighting up the streets downtown. Grants Pass resident Jeanne Kengla says the murals help remind people what Christmas is all about like spreading peace and spending time with family. "They'

KOBI5.COM - 2017-11-24 06:24:48

Oregon State Police Investigate Life-Threatening Stabbing Outside Bar

CAVE JUNCTION, Ore. -- The Oregon State Police Criminal Investigation Division is investigating a stabbing that happened around 2 p.m. Tuesday outside of the Sportsman Tavern. OSP said 50-year-old Cave Junction resident William Riviea was taken to Three Rivers Medical Center with life-threatening

KDRV - 2017-11-23 02:17:00

Car crash causes power outages in Josephine County

Car crashes into a power pole and causes major power outages in both New Hope and Murphy. (Rural Metro Josephine County) At 6:50 p.m. Rural Metro and American Medical Response responded to the crash in the 6500 block of New Hope Road. Emergency crews arrived on scene to find a power pole heavily dam

KTVL - 2017-11-22 21:33:55

Popular areas along the Chetco River are now open

(Rogue River Siskiyou National Forest) The U.S. Forest Service, Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest announce the opening of popular places along the Chetco River are now open for daily use. The areas include Miller Bar, Nook Bar, Redwood Bar, and South Fork Bluffs Camping Area. These areas are only