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'It takes a village': Shore raises money for Princess Anne boy's service dog

Raheem Redding likes to greet people with a big smile, a wave and a fist bump. When he's not playing with his electronic tablet, the 9-year-old usually has a toy truck in hand, trying to peer through the windows to see if he can find his "Pop-Pop" sitting inside. In the living room of his grandparen

DELMARVA NOW

Salisbury girl rebounds from rare disease that may have started with strep throat

While there were many serious events in 2017 to consider, not all news on Delmarva was bad. The Daily Times caught up with some of the people who have either had something positive come their way this year, such as a former Salisbury resident who won a national collegiate title, or were able to over

DELMARVA NOW - 2017-11-24 11:00:01

Salisbury woman rebounds from homelessness

While there were many serious events in 2017 to consider, not all news on Delmarva was bad. The Daily Times caught up with some of the people who have either had something positive come their way this year, such as a former Salisbury resident who won a national collegiate title, or were able to over

DELMARVA NOW - 2017-11-24 11:00:01

Local sharpshooter remains dominant following national title

While there were many serious events in 2017 to consider, not all news on Delmarva was bad. The Daily Times caught up with some of the people who have either had something positive come their way this year, such as a former Salisbury resident who won a national collegiate title, or were able to over

DELMARVA NOW - 2017-11-24 11:00:01

Black Friday: For TV deals, locals say 'it's worth getting out of bed'

Black Friday has arrived, officially kicking off the Christmas shopping season. More and more retail outlets are opting to open their doors on Thanksgiving evening, meaning the crowds on Black Friday are dwindling. Research shows shoppers are spreading out their Christmas shopping over the entire Ch

DELAWARE ONLINE - 2017-11-24 14:35:00

Carrie L. O'Connor named to QA's school board

CENTREVILLE - The Queen Anne's County Board of Education and Superintendent Andrea Kane announced Carrie L. O'Connor as the newest school board member Nov. 16. "We are delighted to welcome Ms. O'Connor as our newest board member. Her perspective as a parent, professional, and community member is gre

MYEASTERNSHOREMD.COM - 2017-11-24 08:30:00

PSC holding local hearing on Delmarva Power rate request

CHESTERTOWN - The Maryland Public Service Commission will hold three public hearings, including one in Chestertown, on a request by the Delmarva Power and Light Co. to increase its electric distribution rates by $21.6 million. This increase amounts to $2.60 a month for the typical residential custom

MYEASTERNSHOREMD.COM - 2017-11-24 19:19:00

Wicomico Board of Education recognizes students, schools and programs

Embed x Share CLOSE PLAYLIST: EDUCATION ON DELMARVA WATCH: Tips for applying to college | 2:22 Sussex Central's Guidance Counselor, Nika Ried, gives tips for applying to colleges. Produced by Megan Raymond 1 of 31 Skip in Skip x Embed x Share CLOSE PLAYLIST: EDUCATION ON DELMARVA WATCH: Snow Hill M

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Arrow Rock hosts Christmas folk sing

The Village of Arrow Rock will host nationally celebrated Missouri folk artists Dave Para and Cathy Barton at the annual Christmas Folk Sing on Sunday, Dec. 3. The program, called "Christmas with Dave Para, Cathy Barton, and Friends," features traditional folk Christmas songs, poems and readings abo

MARSHALL DEMOCRAT-NEWS - 2017-11-24 06:00:00

Man wanted in Callaway County sex abuse investigation

CALLAWAY COUNTY, Mo. - On Wednesday, the Callaway County Sheriff's Office said it was searching for a man accused of sex crimes against children. The Callaway County prosecuting attorney charged Christopher Laird with two counts of child molestation and one count of sodomy after a joint investigatio

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Missouri hunters harvest nearly 200.000 deer during the season

Missouri deer hunters harvested 191,368 deer Nov. 11-21, the November portion of fall firearms deer season. Of the total number, 99,431 were antlered bucks, 20,148 were button bucks, and 71,789 were does. According to the Missouri Department of Conservation, the top three counties were Howell with

COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN

Flu shots encouraged for healthy winter

Southern Boone school nurse Robin Bullard said last week that 51% of SoBoCo students had received an influenza vaccination when the county held their flu clinic earlier this fall. However, Bullard hopes that the half who did receive the vaccine is enough to ward off the flu bug this winter. Fifty-on

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Even the flu can hold good memories

All the talk about flu shots lately has brought back a memory of another sea story. One of the first cruises I was a part of as a young sailor back in the '50s was one that took place in the North Atlantic at the coldest time of the year. Anyone who has ever been to the Arctic Circle can tell you it

SEDALIA DEMOCRAT - 2017-11-25 00:47:00

Police arrest man accused of drug trafficking after finding more than 33 grams of methamphetamine

COLUMBIA, Mo. - Columbia police arrested John Alexander early Thursday morning after officers performed a traffic stop with a 2003 Buick passenger for having an inoperable drivers side taillight. Police said when they made contact with the vehicle they could smell a strong odor of marijuana coming

ABC17NEWS.COM - 2017-11-24 16:54:31

Woman charged with murder in Columbia motel death files to correct sentence

BOONE COUNTY, Mo. - A woman that was charged with murder filed on Wednesday to correct her sentence. Jaclyn Rose was sentenced to 20 years for charges of second-degree murder and armed criminal action. Rose pleaded guilty in May after a man was found dead in a central Columbia motel last fall. Accor

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Alleged drug distributor arrested during traffic stop

A Hallsville man was arrested Thursday morning on suspicion of drug trafficking, possession of drugs, unlawful possession of a concealed weapon. He was being held in the Boone County Jail on $75,000 bond. Columbia Police Department spokeswoman Latisha Stroer said an officer stopped a car about 3 a.

COLUMBIA MISSOURIAN - 2017-11-24 18:08:00

Holiday gift shop features local art

The Earlville Opera House is celebrating the 20th anniversary of its annual Holiday Gift Shop, which features work by central New York artists. The gift shop opened on Friday and will run through Sunday, Dec. Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturdays and noon t

DAILY STAR - 2017-11-24 23:00:00

Sidney pub re-opens under new ownership

A former Sidney restaurateur has returned to his roots to relaunch Main St. 88 Tavern, at 64-66 Main St. in Sidney. Mike Gavin, onetime owner of Gavin's Pizzeria & Steakhouse in the village, said he began readying the downtown space in August and, after an "overwhelming" soft open in October, now we

DAILY STAR - 2017-11-24 20:29:24

Sidney woman pleads guilty to child sex exploitation charge

Subscribed, but don't have a login? A Sidney woman who pleaded guilty in late October to conspiracy to sexually exploit a child and one county of sexual exploitation of a child admitted guilt to another exploitation charge in court Wednesday. Jessica Crandall, 28, and husband Justin Crandall were ar

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Discussion on U.S.-Iran relations at Hamilton College

CLINTON - A moderated discussion on "U.S.-Iran relations and the nuclear deal" featuring two former diplomats with Middle East expertise will be held Nov. 30 at 7 p.m. in the Hamilton College chapel. The event is free and open to the public. Participants will include Thomas Pickering, former U.S. un

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