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Yorkville Black Friday & Small Business Saturday Deals

YORKVILLE, IL - If you're looking to avoid the chaos of Black Friday shopping, or you want to feel good about supporting local businesses this year, you needn't go far. Yorkville is offering a variety of activities, sales and events for the whole family, or just for yourself. Take a peek here. Black

PATCH - 2017-11-22 16:54:58

River Run Raises Funds For VFW, Rotary Club, Hesed House

MONTGOMERY, IL - This year's Montgomery 5K and 10K River Run raised funds for three local organizations. The proceeds from the Oct. 7 event, the 14th annual, has been distributed to the Montgomery VFW Post #7452, Montgomery Rotary Clun and the Hesed House, a homeless shelter in nearby Aurora. Acco

PATCH - 2017-11-22 21:16:04

Girl and boy selected for the 2017 Christmas Through the Eyes of a Child

MENDOTA - Six-year-old Alexis Saylor and seven-year-old Quinn Eddy have been selected to appear in The Mendota Reporter's annual "Christmas through the Eyes of a Child" pre-holiday special section. Alexis is the daughter of Kevin and Traci Saylor of Earlville. Quinn is the son of Aaron and Lana Eddy

MENDOTA REPORTER - 2017-11-23 00:46:01

Oswego Police Awarded Rare Accreditation

OSWEGO, IL - The Police Department has earned re-accreditation from the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc., or CALEA. It was recognized Saturday with an advanced accreditation with excellence, valid until 2021. To earn it, the department had to pass more than 400 law enf

PATCH - 2017-11-22 19:00:02

Third grade students serve up a helping of thanks in Earlville

Earlville pilgrim Elizabeth Vasquez said she learned a feast is better with friends when she shared a full Thanksgiving dinner with classmates at the conclusion of a third-grade study unit. Teachers Mandy Ossman and Elissa Barker spent most of November annually use a variety of methods to teach stud

NEWS TRIBUNE - 2017-11-22 13:58:00

Three Aurora Teens Arrested On Drug, Weapon Charges: SHERIFF

Kendall County Sheriffs smelled pot in a car, which led to the arrest of three Aurora teens, two facing firearms charges. AURORA, IL - Kendall County Sheriff's Deputies came across a suspicious looking parked car Nov. 18 at around 4:25 p.m. in the 4300 block of Klatt Street in Plano. Deputies notice

PATCH

Health & Wellness: Free events, screenings, support groups

FITNESS AREA FIT CLUB, 9 a.m. weekdays, River City Apartments Community Room, 860 Clark St., Marseilles, Heidi, 815-343-6976. FOREVER FIT, 11:15 a.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays, Walsh Park, Bellevue Avenue, Ottawa, 815-431-8034. GROUP EXERCISE, 9:45 to 10:30 a.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays, Fox Valley Older

OTTAWA TIMES

Kendall Sheriff Investigating Shots Fired in Boulder Hill

The Kendall County Sheriff's Office says they are investigating a report of shots fired that took place in Boulder Hill, Sunday night and they say information will be released on what has to this point been reported as an Unlawful Use of a Weapon incident that occurred in Plano on Saturday. The sher

WSPYNEWS.COM

Wattsburg hunter shoots 691-pound bear

Add a Wattsburg hunter's kill to the list of the 10 heaviest bears shot during the four-day Pennsylvania season. James M. Langdon shot a 691-pound male on Tuesday in Cherry Grove Township, Warren County. Only one bear checked in by the Pennsylvania Game Commission has been heavier, a 700-pounder sho

ERIE TIMES-NEWS - 2017-11-22 21:28:54

Election Results Remain Unchanged Following Addition Of Absentee Ballot

Norm Green and Brian Abram, Chautauqua County Board of Election commissioners, hand-tabulated 249 affidavit and absentee ballots for the Jamestown at-large city council race. Kim Ecklund, Andrew Liuzzo and Vanessa Weinert remained the winners. P-J photo by Katrina Fuller MAYVILLE - Very little has c

POST-JOURNAL

Sherman Woman Killed In Apparent Hunting Accident

Deputies and Sherman firefighters were summoned to the area of 2998 Armenian Road around 5:25 p.m. First responders found 43-year-old Rosemary Billquist of Sherman with a single gunshot wound. She was taken to UPMC Hamot hospital in Erie, Pa., where she died of her injuries, the Sheriff's Office sa

POST-JOURNAL - 2017-11-22 08:00:00

Ashville Father, Son Battling Cancer Together

Two-year-old Judson Rink is undergoing treatment for T-cell lymphoblastic lymphoma, which has recently been categorized as the same disease as acute lymphoblastic leukemia. His father, Patrick, is also currently receiving treatment for melanoma. Submitted photo A local Ashville family is in need of

POST-JOURNAL - 2017-11-22 08:00:00

West County fatal accident victim identified

The Erie County Coroner, Lyell Cook, identified the man who died in a car accident Monday night as George Lascek, 84, of Albion. According to police, Lascek was driving east on West Lake Road - just west of Eaton Road - around 8:20 Monday night when his car hit a tow truck, which had been parked on

YOURERIE - 2017-11-21 15:30:23

Officers used "reasonable deadly force" in shooting review

Erie PA - Erie County District Attorney Jack Daneri has ruled that two Erie police officers used "reasonable deadly force" in the shooting death of 46-year old Charles Wallace near East Third and Parade Streets in October. Police have maintained that when they approached what they believed to be a

YOURERIE - 2017-11-22 17:13:39

Erie police need your help identifying man wanted in robbery

Police are looking for a suspect in connection to an armed robbery at a Dollar General Store. It happened in the 400 block of East 26th Street just before eight o'clock Sunday night. Workers inside the store say he had a gun and left the store with the entire cash drawer. Police later found the emp

YOURERIE

"Popeyes" restaurant may not come to Harborcreek, but Millcreek project moves forward

Thursday's Thanksgiving holiday might be considered "turkey day." But some Harborcreek residents want to know where's the chicken? Harborcreek Township Supervisor Dean Pepicello says he's still getting calls from residents, wondering when the Popeyes Louisiana Chicken restaurant will open. "If you e

ERIETVNEWS.COM - 2017-11-22 05:12:00

Thanksgiving will come with a side of record-breaking heat

Al Sabo lingered in the shade, clutching a bag of pomegranates he'd just bought from the Pershing Square Farmers Market. It was before noon and already 90 degrees. The sun bore down from a cloudless blue sky, and there was nary a breeze in downtown Los Angeles, where tank tops and sandals reigned. "

LA TIMES - 2017-11-22 21:10:00

Del Sol School leads New Orleans parade to kick off Thanksgiving

Teachers, parents and students at del Sol School in Manhattan Beach got into the Thanksgiving spirit on Thursday when they transformed the K-6 grade school into the New Orleans bayou. Dressed in period costumes, the group of about 50 students with their parents and teachers paraded across Manhattan

TBRNEWS.COM - 2017-11-22 16:00:00

From joy to sorrow: Woman remembers day she met Johnny Unitas, learned President Kennedy had been killed

HESPERIA - Linda McGuyer is celebrating the 54th anniversary of the day she was swept away by euphoria only to be plunged into grief by the news that President John F. Kennedy had been killed. "It was the most confusing and exciting day of my life," McGuyer said. "It was also the most devastating."

VICTORVILLE DAILY PRESS - 2017-11-22 17:26:20

Holmes, who was not gang-related, was shot in the back and died at a hospital. The two men with him were not hit and escaped.

From left-to-right: Cameron Terrell and Justin Holmes. (Courtesy Photo) After the news broke that a wealthy white teen from Palos Verdes had been released on $5 million bail in connection with the Oct. 1 gang-related killing of 21-year-old African American Justin Alongino Holmes who was shot in the

LASENTINEL.NET - 2017-11-23 00:00:59