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Search for missing Elkton woman continues

ELKTON - Investigators have intensified their search for an Elkton woman who has been missing for five months, in the wake of a comment posted on her Facebook page, police reported. The woman - Katelyn Marie Cullum, 24 - has "not been seen or heard from" since June 20, according to information poste

CECIL DAILY - 2017-11-22 16:01:00

County, town officials debate future of Elkton armory

Town and county officials have a different vision for the future of the LTC James Victor McCool Armory in Elkton has been home to the men and women of the Maryland National Guard since 1915 but was recently declared surplus.CECIL WHIG FILE PHOTO ELKTON - With the LTC James Victor McCool Armory's ro

CECIL DAILY - 2017-11-22 22:00:00

1,500 baggies of heroin seized in Elkton raid

ELKTON, Md. - Behind the mug shot, those who know 27-year-old Deanna Hamilton say there's far more to the alleged drug dealer than meets the eye. "She's a good mother. She's a good person," said Pamela Hamilton, the suspect's sister, "There's more to the story than what they're saying." But it's a

ABC2 NEWS - 2017-11-21 23:13:08

Three sentenced for deadly home invasion near New Castle in 2015

Three Wilmington people have been sentenced for their part in a 2015 deadly home invasion in the Collins Park neighborhood near New Castle, the Delaware Department of Justice said on Wednesday. Miguel Taylor, 26, and Dameir Walker, 25, were sentenced on Friday, while Zieisha Watters, 26, was senten

DELAWARE ONLINE - 2017-11-22 22:04:16

On Small Biz Saturday, local stores offer change of pace

CECIL COUNTY - While Black Friday brings to mind images of crazed crowds descending on malls and big box stores, Small Business Saturday will offer customers a chance to do their holiday shopping in more casual, one-of-a-kind setting. "I've been a boutique owner for 15 years. I think with small busi

CECIL DAILY - 2017-11-23 10:00:00

Food drives provide a helping hand at Thanksgiving

Hundreds of Newarkers had a happier Thanksgiving this year because of a number of volunteer projects that collected and distributed turkeys and other food this week. "It's about service and giving back," Richard Williams Sr. said as he helped hand out turkeys outside Brookside Elementary School on S

NEWARK POST - 2017-11-23 05:30:00

Local groups planning community Thanksgiving meals

Two local groups are organizing community Thanksgiving meals on Thursday. The Newark Parks and Recreation Department will host its annual community breakfast, which is set for 8 to 10:30 a.m. at the Newark Senior Center, 200 Whitechapel Drive. Admission to the breakfast is $3 in advance or $6 at the

NEWARK POST - 2017-11-22 21:55:00

Jon Ritchie's Eagles Week 12 NFL Primer: Motivated Alshon Jeffrey, fresh rushing attack will help take out the Bears

Bears at Eagles, 1 p.m.; TV channel: FOXLine: -13.5; Over/Under: 44 The Philadelphia Eagles are the most consistent team in the NFL, as proven by their 9-1 record. They're also consistently a real kick in the pants to watch-- aggressive, angry defense with great tackling and takeaways, plus an offen

PENNLIVE.COM - 2017-11-23 10:45:00

Rotary Scholars of the Month - Jillian Harrison and Patrick Roche

PMHS seniors Jillian Harrison and Patrick Roche were honored as Scholars of the Month by the Rotary Club of the Pelhams at its recent luncheon. Jillian Harrison has been recognized for her science research and is a Commended Student in the National Merit Program. She is a member of the Math, Science


Volunteers serve Thanksgiving meals to those in need at church in White Plains

Many people were saying thanks Thursday by giving back to the community. There was a large turnout for the holiday meals at the Grace Episcopal Church in White Plains. Ask Frank Reda what the meal meant to him, and his answer is blunt. "It means I had no food and no money, I ran out," he said. Or An

ABC7NY.COM - 2017-11-23 17:42:04

Teen accused of shooting and killing friend in White Plains

A 17-year-old boy is being held on $250,000 bond, accused of shooting and killing his friend. Horace Allen entered a not guilty plea in court Wednesday in Westchester County. Prosecutors say Allen was showing off a loaded gun when it went off. Allen's friend, 16-year-old Joseph Kuaffo, was shot and

ABC7NY.COM - 2017-11-23 04:53:00

Armed thieves rob frozen yogurt shop: cops

Two armed thugs pistol-whipped and robbed a couple of employees closing up a Greenwich Village frozen yogurt shop Wednesday night, police said. The two thieves walked into the Pinkberry on Sixth Avenue near W. 13th St. around 10:30 p.m. and began pushing and kicking two male employees as they were s

NEW YORK POST - 2017-11-23 16:40:26

Super Saturday had lots in store for shoppers

Photos by Tequila Minsky Hopefully, it was not an omen, but Sat., Nov. 18 - the date of the main event of a monthlong effort to revitalize retail stores along Bleecker St. - was a rather raw and gloomy day. To try to reverse the trend of empty storefronts along the famed boulevard, the Greenwich Vil

THEVILLAGER.COM - 2017-11-22 21:43:04

Trumped-up dorm rally used hired actors

Protesters - many of them paid actors - slammed Aaron Sosnick at a rally last Friday in support of developing the old P.S. 64 on E. Ninth St. as a university dorm. Sosnick, a wealthy hedge-funder, is a leading opponent of the project. Photos by Sarah Ferguson BY SARAH FERGUSON | Developer Gregg Sing

THEVILLAGER.COM - 2017-11-22 21:15:48

Norma Bartol: Toon gives bustling glimpse of early Avenue

"Turkeys Break Loose from Conyers Farm and Tear Down Greenwich Avenue." The turkeys in question are part of a fascinating L.F. Van Zelm cartoon that appeared in 1921 in the Greenwich Press. It shows Greenwich Avenue with the following stores that were on the Avenue at that time: The top spot is held

GREENWICHTIME - 2017-11-23 05:19:49

Land Trust gets kids into nature for holiday

GREENWICH - A group of Greenwich mothers and young children clad in layers of sweaters, coats and hats met on Round Hill Road Wednesday to lather Crisco all over pine cones. Well, not just that. They were at the Greenwich Land Trust's Mueller Preserve for a Thanksgiving scavenger hunt and craft sess

GREENWICHTIME - 2017-11-23 05:11:20

Man punches two YPD officers

YUMA, Ariz. - The Yuma Police Department said a man was arrested after he punched two police officers. The incident happened Wednesday morning in the 400 Block of First Avenue. YPD said a civilian traffic investigator noticed that a vehicle had stopped on the road. When the investigator went to che

KYMA.COM - 2017-11-22 18:50:39

Man arrested after threatening to kill self and others

BRAWLEY, Calif. - An unidentified man threatened to hurt himself and other people at his residence at Cattle Call Drive and De Anza Street on Wednesday afternoon, according to Brawley Police Department. Law enforcement units from several agencies surrounded the residence and blocked off the streets.

KYMA.COM - 2017-11-23 03:41:30

Witness speaks following the 'Cannabis Relief Clinic' armed robbery

YUMA, Ariz. - New details tonight on the armed robbery at a medical marijuana clinic in Yuma. A woman who was inside the clinic while the robbery was going down is speaking out about the terrifying ordeal. News 11's Madison Kimbro sat down with her and brings us the exclusive interview. Stay tuned

KYMA.COM - 2017-11-22 23:20:30

The missing piece: One couples journey of surviving cancer and IVF to complete a puzzle piece

Yuma, Ariz. - Infertility can be a major roadblock to starting a family and it's one that no one expects. Some try to overcome this hurdle by pursuing various treatments, like in vitro fertilization. This comes with even more challenges. A higher price tag, medical scares, failure and emotional turm

KYMA.COM - 2017-11-23 03:16:12