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Remember When for the week of 11/14/17

95 years ago At a meeting of the Northern California Commercial Organization, members discussed a proposed law giving the Board of Supervisors power to tax its constituents. Due to an increase in national emergencies, local government chipped in and paid the bill for the disasters. To offset this ex

LASSEN COUNTY NEWS - 2017-11-17 16:57:24

Humane society begins preparations for holiday fundraiser

The Lassen Humane Society held a special meeting on Nov. 2 to elect officers and make plans for their upcoming Christmas wreath and swag fundraiser. During elections, Chris Todd and Carol Ingram were welcomed as new board members. Chris Geffre, who was re-elected as president, announced the resignat

LASSEN COUNTY NEWS - 2017-11-16 18:38:42

Business Scene for the week of 11/15/17

Andrea Wilson Andrea Wilson has been promoted to general manager for Quincy Natural Foods and its counterpart in Portola, the Feather River Food Co-op. She is very familiar with the cooperative's operations having held several positions that included being a department manager, a wellness manager an

PLUMAS COUNTY NEWS - 2017-11-17 16:00:19

Student raises funds for Alzheimer's research

Chester Elementary fourth-grader Madeline Blaufuss, right, and classmate Reese Howell staff the Alzheimer's Bake Sale table at Holiday Market on Oct. 22, to raise money for the Bright Focus Foundation research program in the fight against Alzheimer's. Photos submitted A "Memory Board" at the Alzhei


Gettysburg Police address "credible and violent" threat made against remembrance parade

Gettysburg Police and federal authorities are investigating a threat to the Gettysburg Remembrance Parade. Gettysburg Police Chief Joe Dougherty says the threat was stated in a letter to the Gettysburg Times newspaper. Newspaper staff reported the threat to police who deemed the threat "credible and

LOCAL21NEWS.COM - 2017-11-17 18:09:54

New prison taking shape in Northumberland County

(Harrisburg) -- Walls are going up on Northumberland County's new prison. The county has been without its prison since a fire destroyed the facility in Sunbury nearly three years ago. Progress on the new building in Coal Township is now visible, but there's still a long way to go. "It's something w

WITF.ORG - 2017-11-17 22:33:00

More than 6,000 sign up for medical marijuana in first 2 weeks

(MGN Online) Governor Tom Wolf announced this week that more than 6,000 people have signed up for the medical marijuana program in the first 2 weeks. The Medical Marijuana Program was signed into law by Wolf on April 17, 2016. Wolf says, "These remarkable numbers are a clear confirmation of the need

LOCAL21NEWS.COM - 2017-11-17 20:13:20

Berks County man rescued from fire moments before flames engulfed garage

fire.png According to PSP Reading, a Berks County man was pulled from a fire just before the flames engulfed the garage he was trapped in. Police say when they arrived on the scene, they heard the man that had called 911 pounding on the garage door for help. They say that they were unable to open th

LOCAL21NEWS.COM - 2017-11-17 19:17:06

Momentum Female Health & Fitness Center raises $3,700 for Pink Hands of Hope

Pink Hands of Hope A local cancer survivor spearheaded an effort to give back to an organization which helped her greatly. The owners of Momentum Female Health and Fitness Club in Mechanicsburg donated a check for $3,700 dollars to Pink Hands of Hope. The money was raised through a gift basket silen

LOCAL21NEWS.COM - 2017-11-17 18:16:41

Convicted Birmingham killer now jailed in Selma murder

A 22-year-old who pleaded guilty to a reduced of murder this week in Birmingham is now jailed in Selma to face an additional murder charge there. Alfred Kenterius Parnell Jr., released from the Jefferson County Jail on time served for the 2016 killing of Maliek Lamare McBride, is being held on $1.5

AL.COM - 2017-11-17 19:04:31

Woman, teen shot to death on Birmingham street identified

Authorities have released the names of a woman and a male teen shot to death on a Woodlawn street. The Jefferson County Coroner's Office identified the victims as Jocklyn Manley, 51, and Pervis "PJ" Andre Polk Jr., 17. Manley lived in Ensley, and Polk on the city's eastside. Neither lived where the

AL.COM - 2017-11-17 14:27:03

Two killed in Birmingham shooting identified

The Jefferson County coroner has identified the victims in yesterday's double homicide in Woodlawn. 51-year-old Jocklyn Manley and 17-year-old Pervis Andre Polk Jr. were found lying next to a car riddled with bullets on 9th Avenue North & 51st Street North. No arrests were made during the initial in

ABC 33/40 NEWS - 2017-11-17 08:27:13

Family 'prayerful' that killer will be found in death of 56-year-old Birmingham man

Family and friends will say their goodbyes Saturday to a 56-year-old man who was found shot to death in the bedroom of his southwest Birmingham home earlier this week. Larry Sanders was found dead Monday morning sitting in a chair with a gunshot wound to the chest. Police have not announced any arre

AL.COM - 2017-11-17 15:31:11

4 injured; I-20/59 NB in Fairfield reopens after multi-car crash Friday morning

FAIRFIELD, Ala. (WIAT) - By the time a multi-car crash cleared Friday morning on I-20/59 in Fairfield at Lloyd Noland Pkwy, five miles of delayed traffic had already built up. As of 7:30 a.m., the crash has cleared and all lanes are now open. Birmingham Fire at the scene told CBS 42 four people were

WIAT TV - 2017-11-17 13:43:58

Rev. Jesse Jackson discloses Parkinson's disease diagnosis

Cutline: Rev. Jesse Jackson says he's been seeking outpatient care for two years for Parkinson's disease and plans to "dedicate" himself to physical therapy. (Associated Press). CHICAGO (AP) - The Rev. Jesse Jackson says he's been seeking outpatient care for two years for Parkinson's disease and pl

BIRMINGHAMTIMES.COM - 2017-11-17 23:54:03

Flu vaccines provided to Birmingham's homeless community at no cost

The University of Alabama at BirminghamDivision of Infectious Diseases partnered with One Roof to provide complimentary flu vaccines to the homeless in Birmingham during National Homeless Awareness Week. "The flu affects people across all demographics," said Bernard Camins, M.D., associate professor

UAB.EDU - 2017-11-17 08:00:00

27-year-old indicted in 2016 killing at Birmingham nightclub

A 27-year-old man has been indicted in the 2016 shooting of another man at a Birmingham nightclub. A Jefferson County grand jury indicted Walter Alonso Martinez in August, but the indictment wasn't made public until Friday. He was arrested, again, in September and remains in the Jefferson County Jai

AL.COM - 2017-11-17 16:51:20

Training skilled laborers at Thrash Center

HOWARD - During this National Apprenticeship Week, Nov. 13-19, it's important to remember the hard work apprentices put in to learn a specific skill or craft - and the hard work done by Ohio's only Apprenticeship training center, which is ranked in the top three training centers in the country. The


Board of education approves personnel items

POINT PLEASANT - The Mason County Board of Education met this week for its regular meeting, voting on personnel issues. The Mason County School Board Members in attendance were Dale Shobe, Jared Billings, Meagan Bonecutter, Greg Fowler, and Rhonda Tennant, along with Superintendent Jack Cullen. The


Syracuse man arraigned on felony charges

POMEROY - A Syracuse man was arraigned in Meigs County Common Pleas Court on Wednesday on charges including aggravated arson and domestic violence. Michael L. Hammon, 35, was indicted on Nov. 3 by a Meigs County Grand Jury for Aggravated Arson, a felony of the first degree, Aggravated Arson, a felon