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Flagler, Volusia students to march in Macy's parade

Eight students from Flagler and Volusia counties will get memories to last a lifetime by marching in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade in New York. Flagler Palm Coast High School will have the biggest contingent in the parade with six paticipants. Performing with the Macy's Great American Marching

DAYTONA BEACH NEWS-JOURNAL - 2017-11-22 18:06:16

This week in history 11/23/17

This week's crime report for Clay County Florida, provided by the Clay County Sheriff's Office. 5 years ago, 2012The Clay County Development Authority moved forward to select a site to build a ball park through its franchise agreement with Big League Dreams despite the county auditor ... This item i

CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM - 2017-11-21 17:10:55

House of Hope: Family is selling home to live with homeless students

ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. - A couple from Green Cove Springs is taking a leap of faith, growing their family from three daughters to seven overnight in hopes of making a difference. Pastor Billy Mills from Reverb Church, along with his wife Isabel Mills and their children, have decided to move to St. Augu

FIRST COAST NEWS - 2017-11-21 03:25:27

Man dies, one injured in single-car crash

One man died and another was badly injured early Sunday morning in a single-car crash on State Road 26 east of County Road 234, according to a report by the Florida Highway Patrol. The report stated that a 2004 Pontiac Grand Prix being driven by Ramiro Lozano Gonzalez, 26, of Melrose, traveled onto


Man charged with cruelty toward child

Alic Sander Davis was arrested Tuesday and charged with cruelty toward a child after law enforcement said he kissed a girl without permission. A Hawthorne man was arrested Tuesday and charged with cruelty toward a child, according to an Alachua County Sheriff's Office arrest report. Alic Sander Davi

GAINESVILLE.COM - 2017-11-22 16:37:51

Still no mayor in Keystone Heights

KEYSTONE HEIGHTS - After a 4-0 vote, the Keystone Heights City Council will again start taking applications for the Mayor's seat after two unsuccessful attempts. Former mayor Tony Brown ... This item is available in full to subscribers. Tony Brown KEYSTONE HEIGHTS - After a 4-0 vote, the Keystone

CLAYTODAYONLINE.COM - 2017-11-21 17:10:52

UNF lifts suspension of self-proclaimed white supremacist

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. - A four-member board that heard Ken Parker's appeal of a suspension from the University of North Florida for making threatening and racist posts on campus media will be allowed to complete his classes this semester, but remains banned on campus. "In the interest of the safety an

NEWS4JAX.COM - 2017-11-21 19:48:15

Christmas Come True needs the community's help to make the holidays special for families in need

Grandmothers who are caring for their grandchildren because the children's parents are in prison due to drugs. A family with five children who are living in a hotel because Hurricane Irma damaged their home. These are some of the families Christmas Come True is working to help. Nadine King said Chri


Photo galley: Images of John F. Kennedy's 1961 visit to Oklahoma

President John F. Kennedy speaks at Big Cedar, Oklahoma on October 29th 1961 Former Gov. J. Howard Edmondson is pictured with President Kennedy when the pair opened a highway in Big Cedar in 1961. The photo was autographed by the president and given to Tulsa attorney Pat Malloy, who served as Kenned

TULSA WORLD - 2017-11-22 22:15:00

BOYS BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Some local teams handed first losses

Red Oak and Moss are no longer undefeated. The Eagles (5-1) dropped a 54-41 loss to Wright City on Nov. 14 before rebounding with a 72-29 win LeFlore on Thursday. Moss suffered its first defeat of the 2017-2018 season at home against Roff, 71-53, on Nov. 14. The Pirates (3-1) are off until after Tha


Persons of interest sought in Fort Smith vehicle damage case

Fort Smith police are attempting to identify two persons of interest in relation to the damaging of a vehicle outside of a local business. The suspects can be seen in a photo released by the Fort Smith Police Department. Anyone who knows the identity of the women in the picture or has information ab

SOUTHWEST TIMES RECORD - 2017-11-22 06:01:00

Local Man Hospitalized After Being Shot

One Booneville man was hospitalized after being shot and another was jailed after an incident on Rhyne Avenue between 9:30 and 10 p.m. on Nov. 13. According to Booneville Police Chief Al Brown, Anthony Dean Reno, 33, was taken to a Fort Smith hospital after being shot with a single shot pistol that

BOONEVILLEDEMOCRAT.COM - 2017-11-22 07:00:00

Fort Smith police seek person of interest

The Fort Smith Police Department is looking for a person of interest in several thefts from a local business, according to a news release. Detective Jeff Mitchell with the Fort Smith Police Department Criminal Investigations Division is attempting to identify the male subject. Anyone with informatio

SOUTHWEST TIMES RECORD - 2017-11-21 06:01:00

Fort Smith Man Sentenced To 125 Years In Prison For Distributing Meth

FORT SMITH (KFSM) - A Fort Smith man has been sentenced to more than a century in prison due distributing methamphetamine, according to Fort Smith police. William French, 46, was sentenced Friday (Nov. 17) to 125 years in prison for possession of 10 to 200 grams of methamphetamine with the purpose t


Scholarship fund benefits Fort Smith-area single parents

When single parents want to return to school, there's no one-size-fits all model to follow, according to one local agency with mission to help low- to moderate-income people complete their post-secondary education. The goal of the Arkansas Single Parent Scholarship Fund is to end the cycle of genera

SOUTHWEST TIMES RECORD - 2017-11-22 06:01:00

Western Arkansas Military Community Council 'relaunches'

A free luncheon will be held Nov. 30 at Ebbing Air National Guard Field in Fort Smith as part of a membership recruitment effort by the Western Arkansas Military Community Council (WAMCC). The WAMCC invites anyone who is interested in the council's endeavors to the the lunch meeting set to start 11:

SOUTHWEST TIMES RECORD - 2017-11-22 06:15:00

General Session Court Cases Heard Nov. 8

General Sessions Court Cases heard by Judge Kenneth Bailey Jr. on Nov. 8 included: Tony Arnold Thompson, 609 Creekview St., Sevierville, fined $75 and court costs, sentenced to 11 months 29 days suspended to 10 days in jail, balance on probation, ordered to pay restitution of $75, for public intoxic

GREENEVILLE SUN - 2017-11-22 05:00:00

SFD breaks ground on new headquarters

SEVIERVILLE -- Sevierville's Fire Department took a big step toward moving out of its longtime headquarters Monday with a groundbreaking ceremony for the new facility on Dolly Parton Parkway. The department's headquarters has been located downtown since its creation; in fact, for most of those years

MOUNTAIN PRESS - 2017-11-22 06:45:00

Data on radioactive waste removed from state website

NASHVILLE -- The Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation has removed data from its website about the amount of low-level radioactive waste going into landfills. The information had been open to the public for years before the department said it is confidential, The Tennessean reported.

MOUNTAIN PRESS - 2017-11-22 06:45:00

Sevierville considering new emergency sirens

Sevierville escaped the worst of last year's wildfire, but the city still took notice. Now city leaders are considering an expanded emergency alert system, including a network of warning sirens. City leaders heard their first proposal on the subject Monday. "It's something we need," said Sevierville

WBIR - 2017-11-21 06:48:00