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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

Grab your cans, boxes, bags and wallet - Can-A-Thon is Tuesday

The Newnan Times-Herald Dr. David Gregory is gearing up for his first Can-A-Thon as director of the Coweta Community Food Pantry and One Roof. Thanksgiving has passed, and now folks at the Coweta Community Food Pantry and the Newnan Junior Service League are gearing up for the final stage of the

NEWNAN TIMES-HERALD - 2017-11-24 16:13:00

Local newspaper family's progenitor helped move stone to UWG

The Newnan Times-Herald James J. Thomasson Chief William McIntosh's stepping stone became a symbol of West Georgia College because of the efforts of a Carroll County newspaperman whose family now owns and runs The Newnan Times-Herald. James Jefferson Thomasson was editor of The Carroll County T

NEWNAN TIMES-HERALD - 2017-11-24 16:19:00

Shop with a cop this month

Sgt. Mike Bell, with Bremen Police Department, and Officer Jamie Johnson, with Haralson County Sheriff's Department, help some local children pick out toys during the annual Shop with a Cop, run through the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 70. Sgt. Mike Bell, with Bremen Police Department, and Office

DOUGLAS COUNTY SENTINEL

Commissioners field complaints about internet agreement

The Haralson County Commission at a work session on Wednesday fielded complaints about the process in which the county entered into an agreement with iWispr, an internet provider. The company entered into a lease agreement with the county to bring the infrastructure needed to provide residents in ru

TIMES-GEORGIAN.COM

Weinstein aftermath: All the men accused of sexual misconduct

Harvey Weinstein stands accused by dozens of women of sexual harassment and assault. Since the initial allegations of sexual abuse by Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein surfaced on Oct. 5, women have been stepping forward to publicly share their stories of sexual misconduct. Although many of the ac

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TV crew films in downtown Villa Rica

Hollywood, or at least one Oscar winner, was in Villa Rica last week, as a production crew closed off a downtown street to film a scene for "Hap & Leonard," a highly rated show broadcast on Sundance TV. Louis Gossett Jr., who won the Academy Award in 1982 for his role in "An Officer and a Gentleman"

TIMES-GEORGIAN.COM

Ready, set, shop: Countdown to Black Friday

Black Friday might have been diluted over the past few years due to online shopping and other factors, but its impact on retailers is still significant. Black Friday is so named because it was counted on the put retailers books in "the black" for the year. And to many shoppers, it remains a traditio

GRIFFIN DAILY NEWS

Kinston Police announce arrest of third suspect in 2014 murder case

Kyliel Jibri Wade (Kinston Police Department photo) KINSTON, Lenoir County - Kinston Police announced the arrest of a third suspect in a murder investigation from 2014. Kyliel Jibri Wade, 24, of Monroe, was arrested Friday by the United States Marshals Service Violent Fugitive Task Force and members

WCTI12.COM - 2017-11-24 23:52:59

Third arrest made in 2014 Kinston murder case

KINSTON, N.C. (WNCT) - Kinston Police have arrested a third suspect in connection with a deadly shooting three years ago. Kyliel Wade of Monroe was arrested Friday the United States Marshals Service Violent Fugitive Task Force and members of the Union County Sheriff's Office. Police say Wade and two

WNCT - 2017-11-25 00:13:18

Operation Cold Front nabs 10 in Kinston; 9 more wanted

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WITN

2 Arrested For 2014 Kinston Murder

The investigation into a 2014 murder in Kinston has led to a pair of arrests. 24-year old Dedrick D. Dail, Jr. of Kinston and 28-year old Lockwood M. Perry, Jr. of Dover, NC have been charged and arrested in relation to the murder of 28-year old Devon W. Jones. Jones was shot and killed on the 700-b

GOLDSBORODAILYNEWS.COM - 2017-11-23 11:00:50

10 arrested, 9 wanted as part of "Operation Cold Front' in Kinston

KINSTON, N.C. (WNCT) - Ten people were arrested and nine others are wanted as part of the Kinston Police Department's Operation Cold Front. The operation was conducted on Tuesday by the Kinston Police Department in cooperation with the Lenoir County Sheriff's Office, United States Marshal Service, B

WNCT

Two arrested in unsolved 2013 Kinston murder

KINSTON, NC (WITN) - Police in Kinston say they have cracked a three year old unsolved murder case with the arrest of two men Dedrick Dail, Jr, 23, of Kinston, and Lockwood Perry, Jr., 28, of Dover, have been charged in the 2014 shooting death of Devon Jones. The 28-year-old Jones was found in the d

WITN

FIRST ON WITN: Government can seize LaRoque's jewelry for $122,720 owed to USDA after conviction

GREENVILLE, NC (WITN) - Federal prosecutors can now seize jewelry and other assets owned by a former state lawmaker. This summer the feds claimed that Stephen LaRoque was hiding assets to avoid paying back more than $120,000 in restitution. LaRoque was released from federal prison in May after plead

WITN - 2017-11-24 18:29:00

'I was in complete shock': Winders, Colony High School win prestigious band award

NEW YORK (KTUU) - Thanksgiving Day is a big day across America. Whether the focus is on the family, friends, turkey or the Big Game, everyone has their favorites. But the Colony High School marching band is one we can all cheer for: About a hundred young musicians, hailing mostly from the great stat

KTUU - 2017-11-24 05:19:00

Here's how Anchorage's small retailers compete on Black Friday

At Mountain View Sports, the hunting and fishing shop in South Anchorage, John Staser said Black Friday used to be a bigger deal, before more national chains came to town. Nothing has hit his business as hard as stores like Cabela's and Bass Pro Shops moving in and divvying up the retail pie, said

ANCHORAGE DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-23 22:25:55

Hilcorp needs to regain trust in Cook Inlet

Moving oil is a risky business, especially across Cook Inlet's notoriously rough waters. But who assumes the risk? And if it's Alaskans who depend on healthy fisheries who bear the risk, how much risk are we willing to accept? Hilcorp has released plans to move away from tankering oil across Cook

ANCHORAGE DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-24 04:14:40

A turkey day tale of tires and TLC

My tires were at Johnson's Tire Service when they unexpectedly closed down. Despite extensive searching, they were never found. So I guess that old saying still applies - if it weren't for bad luck, I'd have no luck at all. But rather than letting this get me down, I've decided to look for that pro

ANCHORAGE DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-24 04:33:35

Volunteers deliver more than food to elders on Thanksgiving

ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) - A group of volunteers gathered early Thanksgiving at the Salvation Army in Anchorage to help make sure 500 elders and people in need had a meal that matched the occasion. The "Meals on Wheels" program has become a yearly tradition for many families who volunteer before set

KTUU - 2017-11-24 00:56:00