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Oak Street crash leaves one man dead

One man has succumbed to injuries sustained in a Jan. 5 crash, according to a release from the Chattanooga Police Department. William C. Chambers, 71, died after he was transported to a local hospital with serious injuries from a crash on the 2400 block of Oak Street. On Friday, Jan. 5, Chambers' Ho

CHATTANOOGA TIMES FREE PRESS - 2018-01-16 18:14:11

Firefighters battle icy roads to fight Ringgold house fire Tuesday night

Catoosa County firefighters are responding to a house fire on Patty Road in Ringgold, Georgia. (Image: WTVC) Firefighters are battling more than a blaze as cold weather makes for treacherous roads in Ringgold Tuesday night. Catoosa County firefighters are responding to a house fire at 392 Patty Road

WTVC - 2018-01-16 21:24:52

Wind chill as low as -2 in the morning, warming up Thursday. Check here for closings

West End Elementary School students hurry out the front doors to head to the buses lined up out front as school releases early Tuesday morning, Jan. 16, 2018, due to a winter weather advisory being in place. (Spencer Lahr / RN-T.com) West End Elementary School kindergarten teacher Steve Myers waits

NORTHWESTGEORGIANEWS.COM - 2018-01-16 23:30:00

Homeland Security involved in child porn arrest

An Ellijay man was arrested for possession of child pornography and manufacturing marijuana in the first week of the new year, authorities said. Dwayne Edward Godfrey, 52, of 131 Penland St., was charged Jan. 5 by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation with sexual exploitation of a child, felony manufa

TIMESCOURIER.COM - 2018-01-16 22:28:00

Georgia prepared for snow, dusting

DALTON, Ga. - A dusting of flurries turned into full-fledged flakes after the temperatures started falling in the northwest Georgia town of Dalton Tuesday afternoon. By Tuesday afternoon, a light blanket of snow covered the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, leaving some folks wondering what the

FOX5ATLANTA.COM - 2018-01-17 03:48:00

Impending winter weather forces closures around area

Due to expected winter weather hitting the area late Tuesday afternoon, Polk County schools have been canceled for January 16 and the Fannin County School System will release students three hours early. "In addition, all after-school activities are canceled today," Superintendent Michael Gwatney sa

THENEWSOBSERVER - 2018-01-16 14:20:14

Potential snowfall forecast closes schools

Bradley County Schools, Cleveland City Schools and Cleveland State Community College have shut their doors for Tuesday anticipating snow and icy conditions. The decision came late Monday afternoon after weather forecasts appeared to be all lining up for snow to begin in the area sometime around the

CLEVELAND DAILY BANNER - 2018-01-16 15:22:10

Snow Reaches Chattanooga on Tuesday Afternoon, But Brings Little Accumulation; Many Schools Closed Wednesday

Snow began falling in downtown Chattanooga early Tuesday afternoon, but there was little accumulation.  Less than an inch of snow was predicted, but a number of schools, courts and events were cancelled on Tuesday. Hamilton County Schools will be closed on Wednesday "due to the snowfall in the area

CHATTANOOGAN - 2018-01-16 08:00:00

Self-Proclaimed MS-13 Gang Members Rob Cabbie on Long Island: Police

Two men who admitted to being MS-13 gang members were arrested after they robbed a cabbie on Long Island, police said. Jeremy Jones, 27, and Jose Molina, 20, were both charged with first-degree robbery and second-degree criminal possession of a weapon. The two men from Queens robbed the taxi driver


Suffolk accepts $187M bid for bay wastewater-pipe project

In March, crews are set to start work that will include tunneling deep under the Great South Bay and putting in new outfall pipes to carry wastewater. Suffolk County has accepted a $187.78 million bid to bury new outfall pipe beneath the Great South Bay that will span 14,000 feet to the Bergen Poin

NEWSDAY - 2018-01-17 00:11:09

O'beehave Naturals in Babylon, perfume line Lurk among LI's eco-friendly beauty retailers

Two things to know about Jeanine Schappert-Longo: She's a talker. And she hates plastic. So when she started hearing people complaining in grocery checkout lines about Suffolk County's new five-cent charge for plastic bags, well, she couldn't help herself. "Of course, I had to jump into conversation

NEWSDAY - 2018-01-16 21:07:00

Babylon OKs $36G raise for town attorney, comptroller, staff chief

The pay hikes boost their annual salaries to $145,000 and are among $188,000 in salary increases for nonunion employees that the board authorized on Jan. 2 at its first meeting of the year. The Babylon Town Board authorized $36,000 raises for three top officials in a 5-0 vote with no discussion at a

NEWSDAY - 2018-01-16 22:29:47

MS-13 members arrested in Copiague taxicab holdup, police say

Suffolk County authorities arrested two "self-admitted MS-13 gang members" Friday night after police said they robbed a taxicab driver in Copiague. The robbery happened at 8:50 p.m. in the 500 block of Oak Street, police said in a news release. Police said Jeremy Jones, 27, of Queens and Jose Molin


Long Island man makes Disney-inspired art from electrical tape

Matthew Magilavy, 29, of Syosset, shows off his artwork at the Seaford Public Library, on Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018. Photo Credit: Newsday / J. Conrad Williams Jr. Auto parts stores aren't generally known for their artistic value, but that's what Matthew Magilavy found when he first stepped into one

NEWSDAY - 2018-01-15 14:49:00

Long Blockchain announces plan to merge with UK tech firm

Long Blockchain Corp., the Farmingdale iced tea producer that in December refocused on the technology behind bitcoin, Tuesday announced a plan to merge with Stater Blockchain Limited, a financial technology company based in the United Kingdom. Long Blockchain said it signed a letter of intent for an

NEWSDAY - 2018-01-16 15:20:50

Charter school for grades K-2 expected to open in Uniondale this fall

The Academy Charter School's middle school in Hempstead, and a view of the Academy's high school being built on Saturday, Jan. 13, 2018. Photo Credit: Newsday / J. Conrad Williams Jr. A charter school for 175 students in kindergarten through second grade is expected to open in Uniondale in Septemb

NEWSDAY - 2018-01-16 01:47:19

Earlville woman dies in fire in farmhouse

EARLVILLE - An early morning house fire in rural Earlville claimed the life of Mary L. Kinney, 72, according to a press release from La Salle County Coroner William Wujek and the La Salle County Sheriff's Office. Earlville Fire Chief Larry Todd said the fire was reported in a farmhouse near East 135

NEWS TRIBUNE - 2018-01-16 17:21:00

Man charged with armed robbery of Machesney Park gas station

MACHESNEY PARK - A man has been charged in the armed robbery Thursday at the Mobil gas station, 8200 N. Second St. David M. Baney, 32, of Machesney Park, was identified as the suspect on Saturday and a warrant was issued for his arrest. On Tuesday, he was arrested after detectives with the Sheriff's

ROCKFORD REGISTER-STAR - 2018-01-16 23:27:04

Peace Road north of Route 64 reopens after rush-hour crashes

SYCAMORE - Peace Road north of state Route 64 has been re-opened after slick roads caused multiple crashes and sent cars off the road Tuesday morning, DeKalb County Deputy Chief Andy Sullivan said. The passageway was closed about 8:15 a.m. Tuesday as first responders arrived at the scene of several

DAILY CHRONICLE - 2018-01-16 16:25:24

Rockford police: A shooting? Yes. A home invasion? Maybe not

ROCKFORD - A shooting that injured a toddler last week was initially called a home invasion, but now police are saying that may not be the case. Police on Thursday were told a man forced his way into a home in the 800 block of Concord Avenue and fired a handgun. The toddler was struck but not seriou

ROCKFORD REGISTER-STAR - 2018-01-16 23:44:00