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LETTER: Chicken Shoot a success for class

The Clinton High School Class of 1968 would like to thank all those who attended and supported our recent Chicken Shoot fundraiser. A huge thank-you to Al Gage and Dave Goodale, without whom the fundraiser wouldn't have been a success. We also want to acknowledge Joanne and Jim Souza of Break-a-Way

TELEGRAM.COM - 2017-11-17 11:00:00

Pepperell couple left no stone unturned in grave marker mystery

By Anne O'Connor aoconnor@nashoba valleyvoice.com PEPPERELL -- A tombstone leaning up against a tree is probably one of the last things a homeowner expects to find in the backyard -- but there it was. Lore Switzer found the marker for Lydia, wife of Samuel Smith, age 42, died Nov. 30, 1745, when s

LOWELL SUN - 2017-11-17 11:35:36

Local graduate students, universities fear impacts of GOP tax plan

Jack Nicoludis spends much of his time trying to understand how the molecules of life work. In a biochemistry laboratory at Harvard University, he studies proteins crucial to brain development. Nicoludis, a sixth-year chemistry Ph.D. student at Harvard, is one of scores of graduate students across t

METROWEST DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-18 02:05:08

A food aficionado: Night Market

On a rainy night, I went to Night Market, an Asian-inspired tapas restaurant hidden within Harvard Square. The hipster vibe exudes from the colorful graffiti murals and vintage posters. Even the friendly servers seem hip, as well as knowing the menu inside out. Night Market's tea-smoked duck breast

SAMPAN - 2017-11-17 08:00:00

RMHS students receive Superintendents Award

Superintendent of Schools John Doherty recognized Reading Memorial High School Seniors Erin Kwon and Mathias Kool during the State of the Schools Address for receiving the Massachusetts Association of School Superintendents Award for Academic and Community Excellence. Only two students can receive

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-17 20:30:11

Seniors learn about heart health

Asian Women for Health hosted a heart health seminar Nov. 11 at Roxbury Tenants of Harvard. (Image courtesy of Anna Tse.) Asian Women for Health hosted a heart health seminar Nov. 11 at Roxbury Tenants of Harvard Association housing at Mission Park. Cherelle Rozie of the American Heart Association s

SAMPAN - 2017-11-17 08:00:00

UPDATED: Candidates in an early race for EMILY's List backing

This updated story contains content - including the fact the group will be considering Alexander Chandler, a transgender woman, for an endorsement - and candidates' quotes that the original did not. BOSTON - A Washington group that backs Democratic women candidates who support abortion rights is exp

GLOUCESTER DAILY TIMES - 2017-11-17 18:43:00

Doucette awarded $1.3 million

Courtesy photo Cooper Doucette and Hollis resident Ray Keefe, who has run a number of fundraisers and other events for Doucette, were photographed at a Silver Knights game last year in Nashua. The terms of the settlement of Doucette's suit against the city and Nashua School District were made public

NASHUA TELEGRAPH - 2017-11-17 08:00:00

Woman from Morganfield graduates from basic training

U.S. Air Force Airman Kathryn G. Dezember graduated from basic military training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, San Antonio, Texas. The airman completed an intensive, eight-week program that included training in military discipline and studies, Air Force core values, physical fitness, and basic


What went down at the latest council meeting

Subscribed, but don't have a login? It's the season for giving thanks and that's just what the Morganfield Lions Club decided to do. The Club honored members of the Morganfield City Council for all their help throughout the year. Mary Kay Heppler, Lions Club representative, came before the council a

GLEANER - 2017-11-17 17:10:55

Santa statue on U.S. 41 stars in children's book, author featured in Christmas parade

The 35-foot-tall Santa Claus statue that was a landmark on U.S. 41 for years, now stars in a children's book written by an Evansville native. "Santa's Gift" author Angie Karcher said driving past the statue became a milestone on family trips when she was a child. She would ask her parents when the c

EVANSVILLE COURIER-PRESS - 2017-11-17 21:33:25

Christmas Parade, Santa's Workshop taking place Sunday

Courtesy: MGN The North Main Christmas Parade in Evansville will take place on Sunday, November 19. The parade starts at 2:30 p.m. A Santa's Workshop event will also be held at SWIRCA prior to the parade. SWIRCA is located at 16 W Virginia St. The workshop will take place from noon to 2:30 p.m. It w


'Castle doctrine' considered in fatal South Side shooting investigation

An Evansville man who told police he shot and killed his former roommate in self-defense was released from jail the day after his arrest and no murder charges will be sought, officials say. Robert Mills, 47, was accused of fatally shooting 41-year-old Keith Kessinger at Mills' South Side home. Evans


Hopkins County Sheriff's Reports

HOPKINS COUNTY, Ky. (11/17/17) - Hopkins County Sheriff's Office released the following reports today: Aaron Bowles of Madisonville was charged Nov. 16 with DUI (aggravated/fourth or greater offense), leaving the scene of an accident/failure to render aid or assistance and failure to maintain requir

SURFKY.COM - 2017-11-17 16:18:04

Woman dies after being hit by train

A woman struck by a train on Thursday morning was pronounced dead after being taken to the hospital. The Mount Vernon Police Department responded to a railroad crossing at Lower New Harmony Rd. on Thursday around 1:16 a.m. The female who was struck was identified as 43-year-old Pamela Renae Stephens

WTVW - 2017-11-17 16:30:22

Find out when your child is out of the classroom for upcoming holidays

Shorter daylight hours are upon us and the cooler weather - in true Southern Indiana fashion - can't decide if it wants to stay or not. And Thanksgiving is just around the corner, which means children will be out of school to celebrate. The Evansville Vanderburgh School Corp., Warrick County School

EVANSVILLE COURIER-PRESS - 2017-11-17 16:44:04

Wabbaseka gets grant for sewer rehab

The Arkansas Natural Resources Commission recently announced the approval of a grant, in an amount up to $90,000, from the Water, Sewer and Solid Waste Fund to Wabbaseka, according to Commission Chairman Don Richardson. Approval is contingent upon the town establishing and maintaining a 6 percent de


Arkansas Teen's Prize Buck Missing

CARLISLE, Ark. - A local family is looking for their son's big buck. The police department says the teen shot the deer seen in the photo over the weekend. They were going to mount the head and had it outside their house. Next thing they knew, it was gone. The police department says they don't k


Entergy Promotes Considine to Customer Service Post

Michael Considine of Entergy Arkansas is taking over as director of customer service for the investor-owned electric utility's central region in Little Rock, where he will oversee engineering, customer service and distribution for Pulaski, Saline and Lonoke counties. Considine, an Arkansas Business

ARKANSAS BUSINESS - 2017-11-16 16:07:00

Tax Hikes Approved by Central Arkansas Voters

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Tax hikes have been approved by voters in five Central Arkansas cities. Ballots were cast in special elections on Tuesday in Pulaski County (Jacksonville, Sherwood and Bayou Meta), Conway, Lonoke and Alexander. The issue before voters in Pulaski County's Grey Township was a measu