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Students and teachers display works as UMass Dartmouth CVPA Gallery

"Now stand in the place where you work. Now face west. Think about the place where you live. Wonder why you haven't before..." - R.E.M. The current exhibition at the CVPA Campus Gallery is actually two shows, divided by a wall and traversed by slightly ramped walkway. On one side is a juried display

SOUTH COAST TODAY - 2017-11-23 08:01:00

Smart lights will help move Dartmouth's traffic on Black Friday

DARTMOUTH - With smart traffic lights aiding the cause, retailers are expecting thousands of shoppers to visit stores around the Dartmouth Mall for their Christmas shopping, starting with Black Friday. Dartmouth police have made a few changes to their annual holiday traffic plan, but said they are r

SOUTH COAST TODAY - 2017-11-23 00:13:40

Two arrested, one loaded firearm seized in New Bedford

NEW BEDFORD - Members of the New Bedford Police Department's Narcotics Division, Gang Unit and Port Security served a search warrant on Union Street Wednesday and seized a loaded shotgun while arresting two men, Lt. Ricard Rezendes said. The warrant was issued to search for firearms at 321 Union St.

SOUTH COAST TODAY - 2017-11-23 21:19:48

1 person under arrest after stabbing in New Bedford

NEW BEDFORD, Mass. (WPRI) - One person is under arrest after a stabbing that sent a man to the hospital Thanksgiving morning. Police Lt. Rick Rezendes told Eyewitness News that the stabbing was reported at about 6:30 a.m. in the area of 51 Myrtle Street. Responding officers didn't see anything at th

WPRI - 2017-11-23 19:50:52

Top 10: SouthCoast ways to spend Black Friday

With the leftovers filling the fridge, the kids off from school and the in-laws occupying your favorite spot on the couch, it's time to get out of the house! But what to do? Black Friday shopping is one alluring option, but SouthCoast offers so much more. Read on ... Walk it off The Post Feast Waddl

SOUTH COAST TODAY - 2017-11-24 01:48:53

Volunteers thankful for the chance to give

NEW BEDFORD - The aroma of nearly 150 succulent, tender turkeys filled the hallways of Greater New Bedford Regional Vocational Technical High School on Wednesday night. Within one room 28 bushels of apples helped spread the scent of apple pies baking in the oven. Dozens of volunteers peeled 1,600 po

SOUTH COAST TODAY - 2017-11-23 21:14:39

Studies in Excellence: It's time to send us your nominations for SouthCoast Teacher of the Year

You know them when you meet them, especially if you've had the good fortune to be one of their students. We're talking about standout teachers - the women and men who leave a lasting mark and passion for lifelong learning among those who once studied in their classrooms. For more than a decade, The

SOUTH COAST TODAY - 2017-11-24 08:01:00

A list of food restrictions won't ruin Christmas for Crohns sufferer

FALL RIVER - What's Christmas without cookies or Hanukah without challah? No stuffing. No egg nog. And, forget the hot cocoa. For some, that's the reality of their diet. People with auto immune diseases like Crohn's, celiac and diabetes, and those with milk, nut, and gluten allergies and sensitiviti

HERALD NEWS - 2017-11-24 04:32:20

Picture this: Specialty homes in York designed to draw in more artists

How are they tailored for artists? How about a first-floor gallery, sculpture garden, mop sinks on each floor and storage space for art supplies. Plans are moving forward for an apartment building in York aimed at artists. York-based Royal Square Development and Construction, and Homes for America,

YDR.COM - 2017-11-24 15:00:06

Should it be called Black Thursday?

Pam and Kyle Kessler arrived at Kohl's at 4 a.m. They've been shopping together on Black Friday for a total of seven to eight years. One thing has stayed consistent - they will not shop on Thanksgiving night. "Family time is for Thanksgiving, definitely," Pam said. She doesn't like that the stores

YDR.COM - 2017-11-24 14:01:50

Fund for helpful homeless man collects more than $280,000

Here are the latest top headlines from York County, Pennsylvania and the region. Wochit PHILADELPHIA (AP) - A fund set up to raise money for a homeless man who helped a woman when her car ran out of gas in Philadelphia has collected more than $280,000. The GoFundMe campaign was started by Bordentow

YDR.COM - 2017-11-24 12:01:17

Pennsylvania lawmakers just got another pay raise -- at least $700 more per year

Subscribed, but don't have a login? Robert Pullo, retired chairman and CEO of York Federal Savings & Loan, talks about Give Local York, which hopes to raise $1 million for 200 York County nonprofits in 24 hours on May 4, 2018. Paul Kuehnel State law mandates cost of living increases for House and S

YDR.COM - 2017-11-24 18:28:57

From missile silo guard to artistic teacher: "Man Up!" will get you talking about violence

Chris Dacre wants to get you and your kids talking about violence. His new art installation at Marketview Arts in York explores how we teach violence to children. And the Air Force veteran behind it hopes to use the artwork as a conversation starter between parents and children. "Trying to figure

YDR.COM - 2017-11-24 17:00:00

Hanover Christmas parade brings Santa to 80-year-old cabin one last time

The parade concluded with Santa Claus making his way to the 80-year-old cabin in Center Square, which will be retired after this year. Dustin Levy, The Evening Sun The most wonderful time of the year kicked off in Hanover on Friday morning. The annual Christmas parade brought out hundreds of specta

YDR.COM - 2017-11-24 15:53:53

Fire crews battle stubborn Chanceford Twp. fire for 16 hours

Fire crews from around York County spent more than 16 hours Thanksgiving eve into Thanksgiving morning fighting a stubborn fire that burned more than 1,200 bales of corn fodder in Chanceford Township. Fire Chief Ron Witmer said the fire on Cramer Road near Wise Road was reported shortly after 1 p.m.

YDR.COM - 2017-11-23 17:52:29

Running the York Turkey Trot 5K 'to honor Dad'

On Thanksgiving in 2014, Tom Schonauer's family gathered around him. He was ill, battling glioblastoma. Tom, known to many in the community because he was a pediatrician in York for more than 30 years before he retired in 2005, was an avid golfer, not a runner. But his family, including his son, dau

YDR.COM - 2017-11-23 20:17:59

Suspects named in Trussville break-ins

Right now Trussville Police are looking for two suspects in connection to a series of car break-ins that happened earlier this month. Courey Javon Jones and Justin Ellis Hall are being charged with six counts each of unlawful breaking and entering a vehicle, and one count each of theft of property 1

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Trussville police obtain warrants for 2 men related to car break-ins

Two men have been charged, but were still at large Wednesday, in relation in relation to the car break ins and thefts in the Stockton neighborhood of Trussville that occurred in the early morning hours of Nov. 15, police said. Warrants were signed Wednesday against the two men, according to a statem

AL.COM - 2017-11-22 21:57:15

Woman injured in Friday-morning Birmingham shooting

An investigation is underway after a woman was shot Friday morning in Woodlawn. The victim was driven by private vehicle to UAB Hospital where she is being treated for what is believed to be a gunshot wound to the leg. The extent of her injury wasn't immediately known. Birmingham police said the cit

AL.COM - 2017-11-24 18:08:44

Birmingham man charged in Mountain Brook police chase, crash

Updated: 11:45 AM CST Nov 24, 2017 A Birmingham man has been charged in connection with a police chase and crash on Montclair Road. Eric Devaughn McAlpine, 24, is charged with receiving stolen property, certain persons forbidden to possess a pistol, unlawful possession of a controlled substance an

WVTM13.COM - 2017-11-24 17:45:00