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German Market returns to Clinton Dec. 1 to 3

CLINTON - A German Christmas Market will be held at the United Church of Clinton on Friday, Dec 1, 4 to 8 p.m.; Saturday, Dec 2, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.; and on Sunday, Dec 3, 12 to 5 p.m. The church is located at 109 Haskell Ave. There is no admission fee. Vendor booths will feature handcrafted items inc

TELEGRAM.COM - 2017-11-21 11:00:00

Worcester man sentenced to time served in University Park slaying

WORCESTER - A city man was sentenced to time served Tuesday after pleading guilty to an accessory charge arising from a fatal stabbing two years ago in University Park. Anthony D. Chambers, 33, formerly of 26 Mendon St., was sentenced to 778 days in the House of Correction and given credit for 778 d

TELEGRAM.COM - 2017-11-22 14:53:51

Damon gets 25-30 years for rampage in downtown Worcester

WORCESTER - Antonio L. Damon was sentenced to 25 to 30 years behind bars Wednesday for what prosecutors described as a violent, hourlong crime rampage last year that included sexual assaults, kidnappings, a carjacking and an armed robbery. A Worcester Superior Court jury found the 36-year-old Mr. Da

TELEGRAM.COM - 2017-11-22 17:46:58

Football games and turkey: 5 things to do this week in Maynard, Stow and beyond

1. RACE FOR STOW The 11th annual Stow Gobbler 5K will step off at 8 a.m., Nov. 23, at Bose Corporation, 688 Great Road in Stow. The event is a 5K race and walkers are welcome to participate. Runners can pick up their race bib numbers at early registration which takes place from 3 to 5 p.m., Nov. 22,

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-22 18:59:12

20 years later, family still grieving for Worcester's Nik Diaz

It was 20 years ago. Diaz was 18 and on Thanksgiving break from Johnson & Wales University in Providence, where he was studying to be a chef. He wanted to open a restaurant for his mother, Clara Diaz, who loved cooking. On Nov. 26, 1997 Diaz, his brother, Tim Diaz said, had gone with some friends t

WORCESTERMAG.COM - 2017-11-22 21:34:47

Seacoast firefighters Toy Bank delivers

HAMPTON - One year, it was the Somersworth firefighters who called Hampton for help in providing enough Christmas toys for local kids in need. The next year, Rochester firefighters called for help with their charitable toy drive. When then-Hampton firefighter Rusty Bridle realized firefighters were

FOSTERS DAILY DEMOCRAT - 2017-11-22 17:00:20

Two Arrested for Trafficking Crystal Meth, Possession of 2 Stolen AR-15 Rifles

Milano Andre-Fields and Mindy Doherty, both of 1223 West Boylston St. were arrested on trafficking crystal meth and possession of two stolen AR-15 rifles. Detectives found more than 200 grams of a crystal-like substances believed the be crystal methamphetamine. They also located numerous strips of S

GOLOCALWORCESTER.COM - 2017-11-23 10:44:48

Lancaster Boy Scouts receive Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation grant

Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation has announced that the Nashua Valley Council Boy Scouts of America, Inc. 230 in Lancaster was awarded $250 from the foundation's Community Spirit 9/11 Mini-Grant program. Chris Valentine, an employee of NTT Data Services, nominated the organization for the awar

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-22 18:45:00

Poor health devastated couple, forced them to live in truck

SUNBURY - Lynn and her husband used to have a home. But her health problems dating back to 2013 and his heart attack about a year ago prevent them from working. She had worked in retail and her husband in construction. But once they were out of work, the bills piled up and they soon found themselves

DAILY ITEM - 2017-11-22 15:59:44

New Location for Annual Free Thanksgiving Dinner in Sunbury

SUNBURY -- The location is changing this year for an annual Thanksgiving dinner in Northumberland County. For 18 years, Rhonda Fisher held the dinner at Special Occasions Banquet Hall in Sunbury. This Thanksgiving, however, it will be at Zion Lutheran Church on Market Street in Sunbury. Fisher says

WNEP-TV 16 - 2017-11-21 22:53:01

Cafe owner wants to connect with customers

SUNBURY - Jaime Cross took a sip of the hot chocolate she picked up from the new cafe, Little Addy's, in Sunbury on Tuesday morning. "I like it a lot," said Cross, 35, of Trevorton. "You can tell it isn't powdered drink mix. It's real." Little Addy's Cafe owner Tammy Koonsman held the grand opening

DAILY ITEM - 2017-11-22 13:00:00

Mother wants to create holiday traditions with kids

MILTON - A mother of two is trying to create holiday traditions for her family with help from the Needy Family Fund. Lindsey, 25, of Milton, said she makes ends meet but needs some extra help during the holidays. "I make my ends meet, I pay my bills, however the issue with that is there is no extra

DAILY ITEM - 2017-11-22 13:22:00

Area artist's work to be in international LGBTIQ film festival

SUNBURY - A gay Bible scholar and performance artist from Sunbury will screen a film about gender roles in the Bible at the Queer Kampala International Film Festival in Kampala, Uganda, in December. Peterson Toscano said the film "Transfigurations - Transgressing Gender in the Bible," which explores

DAILY ITEM - 2017-11-22 13:04:00

Lbg. residents questions paving decision

LEWISBURG - St. Paul Street residents brought a complaint to Borough Council Tuesday night. It stemmed from a decision by the Public Works/Police Committee to deny a request to pave St. Paul Street west of Fairground Road. The denial affirmed council action of early this year to coordinate paving wi

MILTON DAILY STANDARD - 2017-11-22 12:09:00

Valley business to help foodbank

LEWISBURG - A Lewisburg business has found a way to give back to the community through the holidays by teaming with a Valley foodbank. Kaitlin Schuck, owner of Threading Love, Lewisburg, has decided to use her store as a way to help feed Valley residents who are in need during the holiday season. "W

DAILY ITEM - 2017-11-22 20:49:49

Riverside residents to see tax increase

RIVERSIDE - Borough property owners can expect to pay nearly 5 percent more in taxes next year because of a major road improvement project. The Riverside Borough Council approved a tentative budget that includes $742,545 in expenses and $780,280 in revenues on Monday night. Expenses include Geisinge

DAILY ITEM - 2017-11-22 15:34:00

Prep school land in escrow; community meetings planned

A Canadian man with a dream of a building an elite college preparatory school in Payson with a focus on hockey has entered escrow on property behind Walmart. Meanwhile, consultants continue to work with the town on a proposed community center in Rumsey Park. Lane Moore of Alberta, Canada, with Varxi

PAYSON ROUNDUP - 2017-11-21 12:00:00

Fire Wrap up meeting pushes pits and fire wise

The Highline Fire in June brought into sharp focus things that need to improve, such as Firewising property and keeping the brush pits in operation, fire chiefs and officials agreed last week. Gila County Supervisor Tommie Martin held a fire wrap-up meeting on Nov. 15 with local, county and federal

PAYSON ROUNDUP - 2017-11-21 12:00:00

The 2017 Swiss Village Lighting

Buy Now Rebecca Acord and her little pup amidst all of the preparations for the annual Swiss Village Lighting event on Black Friday from 2 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.Michele Nelson/Roundup Rebecca Acord said growing up with four other siblings, the family never had quite enough to enjoy those Christmas event

PAYSON ROUNDUP - 2017-11-21 12:00:00

Churches help feed the hungry students

Churches help feed hungry students Editor: A big thank you goes out to the women of the LDS Church for their food drive and donation to help support the Payson Unified School District "Student Weekend Food Program" facilitated through the Payson United Methodist Church. The women donated approximate

PAYSON ROUNDUP - 2017-11-21 12:00:00