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Prayer for today (11/22/17)

Father, you have given each one of us a gift to be used for your honor and glory. Thank you for that gift, and thank you for giving me opportunities to use my gift. I feel so unworthy, but yet so grateful knowing that you loved me enough to show me what you wanted me to do. Lord, I love you. Amen. A


Commission takes no action on raise request

Dodge County Sheriff Lynn Sheffield's plea to the board of commissioners for a salary for deputies on road patrol from the November 6, 2017 meeting of board was neither approved or not approved Monday night. During the November 6, 2017 meeting, Sheffield said in his presentation, "We are losing de


BOOST grant helps downtown Perry business owners

The BOOST grant helps Perry business owners with supplies, renovations and upgrades / Matt Thielke (WGXA) PERRY, Ga. -- Downtown Perry businesses are benefiting from a special grant that gives them up to $1,000 in funds. The Perry Downtown Development Authority will accept applications for the BOOST


King family prepares for annual Thanksgiving feast for community

A Warner Robins family is sharing their Thanksgiving with those who have no place to go this holiday. For the past 8 years, Jan King has prepared food for others during the holiday season as a way to give back. Gabrielle Dawkins took a trip to Warner Robins to see what is cooking. Jan King says you

WMAZ - 2017-11-23 00:22:32

13WMAZ Recipes from the Heart

13WMAZ's Suzanne Lawler has made her away around Central Georgia throughout November to gather up recipes. Her first stop was in Warner Robins where she visited Florence Mathis who revealed her family's secret macaroni and cheese recipe. Her second stop was in Eatonton where she visited Lee Anne Pur

WMAZ - 2017-11-22 20:28:40

Warner Robins family tradition of feeding the community continues to grow

WARNER ROBINS, Ga. -- A Warner Robins family has helped feed the community on Thanksgiving for the past eight years. This year, the meals were served at The Church of the Living God International Conference Center. Felix King and his family began cooking their food Wednesday evening and fed 150 peop

WGXA.TV - 2017-11-23 14:23:56

Secretary of State's Office begins formal investigation into Warner Robins elections

WARNER ROBINS, Ga. -- The Secretary of State's Office has begun a formal investigation into alleged election law violations in Warner Robins. According to the Secretary of State's Office, the investigation was opened on Nov. 16, 2017 and the designated category for the case is "ballot format." The

WGXA.TV - 2017-11-22 19:03:31

41NBC Holiday Blood Drive underway this week

MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) - There are several opportunities this week for you to help save a life this holiday season. The 41NBC Holiday Blood Drive is happening this week at a couple of locations around Middle Georgia. You can register online by clicking here and using the sponsor code: 41NBC Wed


Combat vets give to Willsboro youth

Veterans from the Combat Motorcycle Veterans Association, at left, Roger Sayward, and third from left, Ron Doshna, both having served in the Vietnam War, presented a $500 check for the Youth Commission to Willsboro Supervisor Shaun Gillilland and Justin Drinkwine at the Willsboro Town Hall last week

SUNCOMMUNITYNEWS.COM - 2017-11-24 08:00:00

Free and reduced lunch: A snapshot of child poverty

One indication that a household might be food insecure is whether it qualifies for the federal Free and Reduced Lunch program. Each school reports its free lunch data to the Vermont Department of Education. The percentage of children eligible for Free and Reduced Lunch provides one kind of snapsho


Salisbury holiday tree celebration on Dec. 2

SALISBURY - Salisbury will hold its 12th annual Holiday Tree Lighting Celebration at 5 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 2. As usual, the lighting will take place at Salisbury's Veterans Memorial Park across from Maple Meadow Farm. Festivities will include lighting of the beautiful Town Holiday Tree, a gian


Suit shifts to federal court

It' s official: Joseph Zingale's lawsuit against the Rutland Town is now a federal case. According to filings in U.S. District Court by the town, the former town administrator's lawsuit against Rutland Town was transferred last week because Zingale's lawsuit itself raised federal or constitutional q

RUTLAND HERALD - 2017-11-23 00:30:00

Steve Marro has the time

It was the same type of view he relished the previous 10 Saturdays as the clock operator at college football games. It began on Sept. 9 with the short drive from his Rutland home to Castleton University's game against Fitchburg State. There was a midseason journey on Oct. 7 through peak foliage for

RUTLAND HERALD - 2017-11-23 00:30:00

Town to choose water engineers

BARRE TOWN - With interviews complete, local officials now have to pick Barre Town's next water engineering firm. The town is looking for a new water engineering company because the one it was using, Phelps Engineering, of Middlebury, went out of business when the company's founder, Lance Phelps, re

TIMES-ARGUS - 2017-11-23 02:58:00

Note of appreciation: Thanks for all who helped make Halloween special for seniors at Porter

Helen Porter Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center gives a Great Big Thank You to all community members who worked with us to make the Medieval Castle and Pumpkin Display possible with over 200 carved and lit pumpkins. This is truly a community event, both supported and enjoyed by our community that


Whistleblower urges other to speak up

ALBANY - A jury in Syracuse ruled in favor of State Office for People with Developmental Disabilities employee Jeffery Monsour in a workplace-retaliation suit this week. Now, he is asking other OPWDD workers to bring issues of abuse, retaliation and falsified records to light. This verdict could set

PRESS REPUBLICAN - 2017-11-24 15:15:53

Driver injured when dump truck rolls over in Raynham

The truck belongs to a Bridgewater-based company. RAYNHAM - A driver was injured when he rolled his dump truck onto its side while navigating a curve Friday morning. A police officer was flagged down by a person who reported a rollover crash in the area of South Main and King Philip streets about 6:

ENTERPRISE - 2017-11-24 13:46:47

Taunton author of book on New Bedford Highway Serial killer to appear in Raynham

It was almost 30 years ago when the bodies of nine murdered young women were discovered, one after another, buried along highways emanating from New Bedford. The victims shared a common problem with drug addiction. Some had a history of prostitution. They were vulnerable. Two other women who shared

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-22 18:52:56

'One team' at Bridgewater-Raynham pep rally

The Bridgewater-Raynham fall pep rally was held Wednesday, to get students fired up for the annual Thanksgiving Day football game. BRIDGEWATER - Cheerleaders lined the entrance. Students were stood in the gymnasium's bleachers forming a sea of red. "Welcome to the 2017 pep rally," High School Princi

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-22 20:12:12

Bridgewater-Raynham cheerleaders bring home the gold

The Bridgewater-Raynham Varsity Cheerleading had a score of 200.6, at the Division 1 State Championship, earning them the championship title. BRIDGEWATER - The Bridgewater-Raynham Varsity Cheerleading team showed off their newest piece of hardware at school this week- a 2017 Division 1 State Champio