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City of AJ Holiday Program and Light Parade

The City of Apache Junction Parks and Recreation will be hosting its annual Holiday Program & Light Parade on Saturday, December 2nd. The event will take place at Flatiron Community Park. Come and join the community for a full afternoon of activities, vendors, food and live entertainment, leading in

AJNEWS.COM - 2017-11-22 20:31:01

Angela Villaverde recognized as Optimist Community Champion

Superior Optimists and Council Members celebrate with Angela Villaverde. The Superior Town Council and the Superior Optimist Club recognized Angela Villaverde as the 2017 Spirit of Optimism Community Champion on Thursday, during the November council meeting.Angela was nominated unanimously by the me


OPINION: Thank you for attending 8th Annual Festival of the Superstitions

The Apache Junction Chamber of Commerce and the city of Apache Junction would like to thank everyone who attended the 2017 Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Festival of the Superstitions on Veterans' Day Weekend. We are proud to be able to honor the men and women who have sacrificed and served our countr


Arizona attorney general satellite office at Apache Junction library

The Apache Junction Public Library, 1177 N. Idaho Road, is one of many locations throughout the state that host a satellite office for the Arizona attorney general. Satellite offices are staffed by volunteers trained to provide information and take complaints on consumer fraud, civil rights and othe


Woman accused of shooting at deputies found on U.S. 74

A woman accused of shooting at two deputies Tuesday was captured less than 24 hours later at a gas station near Kings Mountain. Cleveland County Sheriff's deputies apprehended Brianne Cherie Smith at the One Stop Convenience Store on U.S. 74 late Wednesday morning. Earlier Wednesday, deputies foun

GASTON GAZETTE - 2017-11-22 15:15:38

They paid $15 at Rock Hill Walmart, but tried leaving with $650 worth of merchandise

A man and a woman tried to steal more than $650 worth of merchandise at Walmart before they were stopped by store employees Tuesday night, according to a Rock Hill police report. The woman had paid about $15 for the items by scanning a different bar code at the Galleria Rock Hill Walmart, the report

ROCK HILL HERALD - 2017-11-22 20:22:00

Armed intruders enter Rock Hill woman's home, threaten her son, police say

A Rock Hill woman told police four men ran into her house on South Wilson Street with guns and threatened to shoot her son Tuesday night, according to a Rock Hill police report. The woman said she and her son were at home when the men drove up in a dark sedan at around 5 p.m., the report says. Her s

ROCK HILL HERALD - 2017-11-22 19:34:00

Cross state lines to shop tax-free on Black Friday

Ken Bowen went shopping at the Tanger Outlets in Rehoboth Beach, D., earlier this month even though it's two-hour drive from his Maryland home. It wasn't just the Nike, Under Armour, Hollister and Hot Topic stores that attracted Bowen. Rather, it was the lack of a sales tax in Delaware, compared wit

GREENVILLE NEWS - 2017-11-22 12:12:05

From Meansville Road to Harlem

Photo courtesy of DJ "Motown" Bobby Robinson Danny Robinson (left) and his brother, Bobby Robinson (right) walk along a busy street in Harlem in New York City in 1949. The Union County natives moved to Harlem that year in order to seek opportunities, eventually beginning what became long and success

UNION DAILY TIMES - 2017-11-22 11:06:53

For grieving father, Carolina Panthers, special memory of Julius Peppers serve as a lifeline

On a bright November afternoon, Rick Weaver sits at a high-top table at Hickory Tavern in Gastonia, with a scrapbook. It's full of photos of his son, Fredrick. Around Weaver and the leather-bound scrapbook is a pile Carolina Panthers jerseys, hats and various memorabilia once belonging to Fredrick,

CHARLOTTEOBSERVER.COM - 2017-11-22 20:47:00

CLT Made: Beautiful Idiot Clothing

What: Skinny ties, bow ties, pocket squares, kimono coverups and screen-printed zip pouches, handmade from vintage and upcycled fabrics and classic cloths. Skinny tie made from vintage Japanese kimono fabric; $55. Who: Hollie Burgess is from a small town close to Manchester, England. She's lived in

CHARLOTTEOBSERVER.COM - 2017-11-22 15:15:00

Rock Hill native to help kick off Macy's Thanksgiving parade

When the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade kicks off Thursday with a band and cheerleaders from Fort Mill, there also will be a familiar Rock Hill face among the first people seen by tens of millions of television viewers. Avionce Hoyles, 27, a professional theater performer born and raised in Rock Hil

ROCK HILL HERALD - 2017-11-22 19:05:00

Ottawa man arrested in burglary of church, police seeking more info

An Ottawa man has been arrested for a Nov. 13 burglary of a downtown Ottawa church. Patrick Gordon Foster, 55, was charged with burglary to a place of worship and two counts of failure to register as a sex offender. Police said forcible entry was made into the church by breaking a window and that an

OTTAWA TIMES - 2017-11-22 18:47:00

Ottawa nixes ordinance changes to inn lodgings

With a 3-2 vote, Ottawa commissioners rejected changing the municipal code to allow a new category of overnight lodging businesses within city neighborhoods Tuesday night. Mayor Robert Eschbach and Commissioner Tom Ganiere voted their approval of the proposed ordinance while Commissioner Wayne Eiche

OTTAWA TIMES - 2017-11-22 04:50:10

Ottawa lawyer withdraws from race

Ottawa attorney Chris Minelli this week pulled out of the crowded race in the 16th Congressional District. The Democrat announced his decision Monday on Facebook, but he gave no reason. He couldn't be reached for immediate comment Wednesday. "From the bottom of my heart, I want to thank everyone who

OTTAWA TIMES - 2017-11-22 15:58:30

Ottawa acquires land for new visitors center building

OTTAWA - A city known for trying to attract tourists now has a standalone visitor's center in the works. The Ottawa City Council voted Tuesday in favor of a resolution that would be the first step in that process. The city is planning to enter into a revised funding agreement with Ottawa Visitors Ce

NEWS TRIBUNE - 2017-11-22 12:15:00

Traffic, parking alerts Friday in Ottawa

The parade begins at 6 p.m., but a traffic detour is set to start at about 5:45 p.m., according to a press release issued by the city of Ottawa. The parade will begin at the south end of La Salle Street and proceed north to Washington Square. The units will turn east onto West Jackson Street and the


OSF, Blue Cross reach deal

Buy Now OSF HealthCare and Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois reached an agreement Wednesday to continue OSF's participation in the insurer's network. OSF owns St. Elizabeth Medical Center in Ottawa and its facilities in Streator.Tom Sistak OSF HealthCare and the state's largest private insurer

OTTAWA TIMES - 2017-11-22 21:33:00

Too many kids and seniors still are without enough to eat

It's been a busy few weeks for Donna Hess. The executive director of Illinois Valley Food Pantry is looking forward to a day off and the chance to give thanks for her own full table. "I can enjoy my holiday meal because we helped people enjoy theirs," Hess said. But she'll hit the ground running whe

NEWS TRIBUNE - 2017-11-22 15:30:00

Hold the hard liquor in Grand Ridge

In October, representatives from the BP gas station in Grand Ridge approached the village's board with a request to obtain a license to sell hard liquor. The station currently sells beer. Though a decision to table a vote for Tuesday's meeting was made, Village Attorney Sheryl Churney explained wh

OTTAWA TIMES - 2017-11-22 19:21:24