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Fairhope Church offers fellowship, food on Thanksgiving

Continuing in the spirit of Thanksgiving spirit and fellowship, Fairhope United Methodist Church once again spent the day giving out a holiday meal to those who may otherwise have gone without. Dozens of volunteers spent the day cooking and serving food donated by the congregation. Volunteers began

WALA-TV FOX10 - 2017-11-24 02:07:00

Fairhope mayor, council still wrangling over 2018 budget

In Fairhope, there appears to be a failure to communicate between mayor and council, and it's nowhere more evident than as elected officials try to hammer out a fiscal year 2018 budget. Mayor Karin Wilson says she's tried to discuss it with council members but is having trouble soliciting ideas from

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Mom Nearly Shot at Bel Air Mall Speaks Out to News 5

MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) - If a mother in Mobile had not ducked when she did, she might've been shot in the face. News 5 spoke with Jamie Bookout on Friday, one of two innocent people whose vehicles were shot up in the parking lot of The Shoppes at Bel Air on Thanksgiving night. "I floored it and laid ba

WKRG - 2017-11-24 20:46:59

Salvation Army Serves 1,000 Meals to People in Need on Thanksgiving

MOBILE, Ala (WKRG) - The Mobile community came together today to make sure people in need received a Thanksgiving meal. Volunteers served the meals at The Salvation Army of Coastal Alabama on Dauphin Street. Mark Krist is one of those volunteers. He and his family have volunteered with the Salvation

WKRG - 2017-11-24 05:42:27

BREAKING: Heavy Police Presence around the Shoppes of Bel Air, Reports of Gun Shots Heard

MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) - There is a heavy police presence around the Shoppes of Bel Air in Mobile Thursday night as Black Friday shopping was underway. News 5 received a call from a viewer saying they heard gunshots from where they were outside of Dillards, but when they drove around to the front entra

WKRG - 2017-11-24 04:10:38

Boeing-Bombardier dispute offers mixed omens for new Mobile jet assembly plant

Bombardier would like to build jets in Mobile, but it's wrapped up in a trade dispute with Boeing that has generated some mixed omens for the company's Alabama plans. There's no firm timetable for the proposed Alabama assembly line. Boeing has gone so far as to say it'll probably never happen and th

AL.COM - 2017-11-24 17:47:18

Mayor Stimpson Urges Mobile Residents to 'Shop Small' This Saturday

MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) - Mayor Sandy Stimpson took to social media on Friday to give people in Mobile a friendly reminder about Small Business Saturday. The day after Black Friday has become a shopping holiday in its own right over the past few years. As the name implies, it's a chance for local brick

WKRG - 2017-11-24 18:27:50

Black Friday Shoppers Pull All-Nighter in Mobile

MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) - More than 100 people lined up outside the Academy Sports + Outdoors in the Festival Centre before the store opened at 5 a.m. for Black Friday deals. Many of the shoppers who spoke to News 5 said they never went to sleep. "I've been up since yesterday morning," Jessica Marion sa

WKRG - 2017-11-24 17:17:12

Branding and Revisioning: Valdez looks to project a new image

What three words best describe Valdez? This and many other questions are at the forefront of the minds of those who have been working behind the scenes in the city's revisioning process. And they are asking you to take its survey where you can weigh in on that question and more. The survey can be ta

VALDEZ STAR

Ferry system needs to solve labor problems and increase ticket price

(AP) A report by an Alaska regional development organization indicated that the success of the state ferry service could hinge on repairing the troubled relationship between its management and labor force. The report by Alaska's Southeast Conference also calls for the state marine highway system to

VALDEZ STAR

Holiday isn't about shopping or phones

Everywhere you go today, you'll notice people flipping through the newspaper and scanning the Internet for Christmas deals. Although merchandise isn't yet available for Black Friday, the Christmas shopping season is well under way. But wait... Americans still have another day to go until Thanksgivin

DAILYSUNNEWS.COM

Government, banks to close for Thanksgiving

Lots of people taking a break for America's day of thanks By Julia Hart Wednesday, November 22, 2017 SUNNYSIDE Up and down the lower valley with a few exceptions, most businesses and government offices will be closed. Thursday's regular city and county garbage service will be suspended, resuming F

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Update: Man located, safely removed from the river

Buy Now Yakima fire and police personnel search for man believed to be in the Yakima River Friday. (DONALD W. MEYERS/Yakima Herald-Republic) FacebookTwitterEmailPrintSave UPDATE, 12:15 p.m. - Police have located the man and safely removed him, along with his dog, from the river. Paramedics are on t

YAKIMA HERALD REPUBLIC - 2017-11-24 19:49:00

Wapato and Toppenish face off in the Alumni Thanksgiving Turkey Bowl

WAPATO, WA - Turkey, mashed potatoes, and pumpkin pie are all staples on Thanksgiving tables. But so is football, and there is one game that has a huge impact on two communities. Hours before the Giants took on the Redskins, there was a much smaller football game in Wapato. What's at stake? Bragging

NBCRIGHTNOW.COM - 2017-11-24 21:39:00

Wapato man shot on Thanksgiving

WAPATO, Wash.- Police are looking for the suspect(s) that shot a Wapato man early this morning. The Yakima County Sheriff's Office received a phone call saying shots were fired near the 2000 Blk of S. Wapato Rd. Deputies responded to the address, Yakima Tribal Police and Wapato Police helped them. T

KIMA TV - 2017-11-23 16:37:02

Police arrest 16-year-old in Yakima Greenway rape investigation

YAKIMA, Wash. - Police have arrested a teen who raped a 19-year-old on the Yakima Greenway. According to police reports, Yakima Police Department (YPD) officers went to Sarg Hubbard Park on a sexual assault report around 12:22 p.m., Wednesday. Police interviewed the 19-year-old victim at the park. S

KIMA TV

Yakima woman scares off car thief after leaving car unattended

YAKIMA, WA - Yakima Police have an all too familiar warning for drivers - do not leave your car alone, even for a second. But a Yakima woman learned a tough lesson this morning after leaving her car that was warming up on the street. Luckily, the suspect who tried to steal her car was not able to. I

NBCRIGHTNOW.COM - 2017-11-23 04:15:00

Orchard worker housing project underway in Mattawa

Bob Kirkpatrick/The Sun Tribune Concrete workers are making forms for one or two remaining buildings in phase one of the project. MATTAWA The first of three phases of the Washington Growers League housing project for Starr Ranch Custom Orchards being built on a 5-acre plat on Pat Chee Drive is in fu

COLUMBIA BASIN HERALD

Kennedy-Douglas hosting folk artist Monday

FLORENCE - Folk artist Marian Baker will be speaking Monday at the Kennedy-Douglas Center for the Arts as a part of the center's Storytelling Time. Some of Baker's artistry will be on display at the center, located at 217 E. Tuscaloosa St. in Florence, from Nov. 27-Dec. 28. Baker will be at the cent

TIMES DAILY - 2017-11-24 14:34:00

Worship Guide for Nov. 25 through Dec. 1

LOCAL SERVICES Brashers Chapel Church, 1631 Brasher's Chapel Road, Albertville: 10:30 a.m. Dec. 3, musical, "We Have a Savior"; 5 p.m. Dec. 10, Children's Choir production, "'Twas the Night before Christmas" Mount Zion Missionary Baptist Church, 33540 U.S. Highway 231, Ashville: 3 p.m. Sunday, Annua

GADSDEN TIMES - 2017-11-24 19:45:35