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John Francis Thomas Sr., 78

John Francis Thomas Sr., 78 , also known as "Pete" and "Peter Rabbit" of Loveville, MD passed away on Friday, November 10, 2017 at MedStar Washington Hospital Center surrounded by his loving family. He was born November 29, 1938, in Leonardtown, MD to the late James Andrew and Annie Elizabeth (Marsh

SMNEWSNET.COM

New Holiday Camp with Blue Chip Tennis Academy at MTVAC!

Blue Chip Academy invites Members and non Members to join the New Holiday #Tennis Camps at the Award Winning @Mount Vernon Athletic Club. All ages and skill levels from age 5 and up will hit tons of balls as they improve their skills and love of the game. Campers will meet new friends as they build

PATCH

McLean Double Murder, Turkey Trot, Rooftop Ice Rink: News Nearby

There was plenty of news across Virginia and Washington, DC, on Wednesday. If you missed any of it on your local Patch, here's a roundup of some of the top stories from the past 24 hours. The VRE's Santa Train will run Dec. 9 and tickets go on sale Monday, Nov. 21. They always - always - sell out fa

PATCH

FREE Cooking Demonstration at Mount Vernon Athletic Club

Marianna from @EVOO at Mamma's Market will be joining #MTVAC on Monday, 11/20 from 10:30am to 12:00pm for FREE Cooking Demonstration and Sampling! You don't want to miss the opportunity to learn how to #cook healthier during the holiday season with on the spot #samples. You'll be able to try olive o

PATCH

Jacques Kelly: General Riggs' Mount Vernon mansion is reborn

The grand staircase at 814 Cathedral St. leads to a ballroom. Where there would normally be a neighboring home is a walled, private garden. The carriage house, which once stabled eight horses, has quarters for grooms upstairs. The one-time home of Gen. Lawrason Riggs, an attorney, banker and Baltimo

BALTIMORE SUN

Priest Era Ends At ARHA

Roy Priest at his retirement party (courtesy photo) Alexandria Redevelopment and Housing Authority Chief Executive Officer Roy Priest notified the ARHA Board of Commissioners in May, 2016, that he planned to retire on Dec. 31, of that year. Last Friday, Nov. 10, 2017, 18 months after that notice, wa

ALEXANDRIANEWS.ORG - 2017-11-17 23:59:59

Northern Virginia Non-Profits Celebrate Expanded Access To Affordable Health Care

Grant recipients with Justin Fairfax (c) and CareFirst's Maria Harris Tildon (r) (Photo: Katie Smythe) Six local non-profits joined CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield on Nov. 13, to celebrate ongoing collaborations that have led to expanded access to health care services in Northern Virginia. Through th

ALEXANDRIANEWS.ORG - 2017-11-17 22:14:16

Volunteers prepare 10,000 meals for families in just over an hour Saturday

For homeless children, holiday breaks from school can be especially difficult because it means they won't have access to regular meals through school breakfast and lunch programs, says Debbie Hanlon, a family engagement liaison at Reisterstown Elementary. So school staff members have already distrib

BALTIMORE SUN - 2017-11-17 22:05:00

Zimbabweans say Mugabe must quit now, but more talks planned

HARARE, Zimbabwe - Giddy with joy and finally free to speak out, vast throngs of demonstrators turned Zimbabwe's capital into a carnival ground on Saturday in a peaceful outpouring of disdain for President Robert Mugabe and calls for him to quit immediately. Still clinging to his now-powerless post,

MANHATTAN MERCURY - 2017-11-19 01:16:00

Shop Saturday follows Black Friday; Christmas parade Dec. 7

Downtown Chanute merchants will ramp up for the holidays with Small Business Saturday activities on Nov 25 and the 26th annual Christmas Parade on Dec. 7. Main Street Chanute is organizing both events. On the Saturday following Thanksgiving, shoppers can stop at the Main Street office, 4 E. Main, to

CHANUTE TRIBUNE - 2017-11-18 05:28:00

State to pay $1.5M for turn lanes

Parsons will get $1.5 million from the Kansas Department of Transportation to add turning lanes to the intersection of 16th and Main streets if city commissioners sign off on the project. The commissioners on Monday will consider approval of an agreement with the KDOT for the funding that will be pr

PARSONS SUN - 2017-11-18 03:44:00

Motions hearing for Bennett postponed until December

A hearing for pre-trial motions has been delayed in a capital murder case in Labette County. David C. Bennett Jr., 25, is accused of strangling Cami Umbarger and her three children, Hollie Betts, 9, Jaxon Betts, 6, and Averie Betts, 4, in November 2013. Their bodies were discovered on Nov. 25, 2013,

PARSONS SUN - 2017-11-18 03:42:00

City may donate building to LCC

The city of Parsons may give a building in Flynn Industrial Park to Labette Community College to house a proposed industrial painting program. On Monday the city commission will hear a proposal from Linseh Johnson, LCC's director of workforce education, career training and personal enrichment. Johns

PARSONS SUN - 2017-11-18 02:40:00

Public Minds: Thanksgiving memories; November is Epilepsy Awareness Month

We lived in town and my grandparents lived on a farm 7 miles east of Parsons. It was not a large farm and Granddad was what I would call a gentleman's farmer. Back then, the Katy Railroad was a based in Parsons and there was a huge passenger depot where Granddad owned and operated a news stand. On t

PARSONS SUN - 2017-11-18 01:49:00

Regents approve LCC welding program

"The reason why this program is such an asset to our region is there is a skill shortage in Southeast Kansas, but not only Southeast Kansas but also our nation," said Linseh Johnson, director of workforce training, education, career training and personal enrichment at LCC. "This program is actually

PARSONS SUN

What's Happening: Nov. 20-26

Monday, Nov. 20 Eastside Alcoholics Anonymous meets at 7 a.m., noon and 8 p.m. at 812 E. Ward. Cherokee County Commissioners meet at 9 a.m. in Room 202, 213 W. Delaware St. Lunch is available 11 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Tri-Community Association building, 17896 S. 580 Road. Lunch is served at 11:30 a.m. i

TAHLEQUAH DAILY PRESS - 2017-11-19 08:45:00

Ex-Pittsfield schools chief hired as Lee's new permanent, part-time superintendent

LEE - After two months of negotiations, a former Pittsfield Public Schools leader has inked a deal as Lee Public Schools' new permanent, part-time superintendent. Howard "Jake" Eberwein III and the Lee-Tyringham Union 29 committee have agreed to the former Pittsfield superintendent working a three-

BERKSHIRE EAGLE - 2017-11-18 22:24:19

Storm brings scattered outages to Massachusetts, worse are in Pittsfield, Westport

Scattered power outages are being reported following the Saturday night and Sunday morning rain storm that brought high winds to the state. The worst of the outages are in the Berkshires and northern Franklin County but there are a variety of small outages across the state, power company officials a

MASSLIVE.COM - 2017-11-19 16:22:55

2 years after Pittsfield killing, suspect facing charges

PITTSFIELD - Close to two years after James Dominguez III was found dead on the street from a gunshot wound to the back of the head, the man accused of killing him is facing charges in Superior Court. James Lee Cromartie, 31, of Pittsfield, was arraigned Monday in Berkshire Superior Court, before J

BERKSHIRE EAGLE - 2017-11-18 01:57:18

Takeaway from BCC STEM Career Fair: Gender stereotypes made to be broken

PITTSFIELD - Men can be good nurses, women can be good engineers and the STEM fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics offer good career opportunities for people of all genders interested, enthusiastic and curious to explore them. These were the key messages of the 11th Berkshire

BERKSHIRE EAGLE - 2017-11-18 18:39:18