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5 things TO DO in Hanover this week

1. Get in the holiday spirit! Come and enjoy a presentation by Hanover author Bill Arienti as he discusses how even the smallest act of kindness can change the world with "The Gift is in the Giving" at the John Curtis Free Library. Arienti is a husband, father, and firefighter, three roles he is pro

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-22 12:01:00

Judge: Man charged in wife's murder not competent

PEABODY - A Salem Superior Court judge has decided that a Peabody man charged with bludgeoning his ex-wife to death 2 1/2 years ago is not competent to stand trial. But the ruling comes as officials at Bridgewater State Hospital have determined that Joseph Buonanduci no longer belongs there. He's b

SALEM NEWS - 2017-11-21 23:40:25

Woman says roommate never made it out of North End apartment after fatal fire

A woman says her roommate was one of the people killed in a North End fire after he did not follow her out of the apartment building. The woman said she woke up to smoke coming into her room on Hanover Street, so she got up to ask him what was happening. "He's like 'help me, help me put this out,' a

WHDH.COM - 2017-11-22 11:21:37

AROUND TOWN: Be thankful for all the gifts we are given

This week is Thanksgiving, a time for sharing food and fellowship with friends, family and neighbors, a time to be grateful for all we have received and to give thanks. Truth be told, I've been feeling less than thankful lately. I'm not exactly sure where this lack of gratitude is coming from. Is it

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-22 17:01:00

In post-conflict Colombia, land-rights and funding for peacebuilding face off

Colombia's Constitutional Court overturned a 2001 law that gave the federal government ultimate say over where mining projects took place. It's a victory for local communities, but with the government in need of billions to bank roll peace programs, can it last? Herver Oliveraula works on his farm

THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR - 2017-11-22 14:25:03

Plans in the works for annual Pembroke Tree Lighting

The Pembroke Tree Lighting Committee is a group of Pembroke residents who put on Pembroke's best holiday event and strive to create wonderful family memories. Pembroke residents are invited to the annual Pembroke Tree Lighting Sunday, Dec. 3 from 3-6 p.m. at the Pembroke Town Green/Route 14. (Please

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-22 22:30:00

5 Things TO DO This Week in Pembroke

1. A Christmas classic. The True Repertory Theatre is presenting a more classic version of "A Christmas Carol," based on the 1843 novella by Charles Dickens, Saturday, Nov. 24, Sunday, Nov. 25 and Friday, Dec. 1 and Saturday, Dec. 2 at 8 p.m. at the Pembroke Recreation Center. The link to purchase t

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-22 12:00:00

Choral Art Society of the South Shore to open 59th season

The Choral Art Society of the South Shore opens its 59th season at 4 p.m. Dec. 3 at St. Luke's Episcopal Church, 465 First Parish Road, Scituate. Under the direction of Danica A. Buckley, artistic director and conductor, and featuring the CAS Chamber Ensemble, attendees can enjoy the chorus and youn

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-23 08:01:00

Jim Eastham remembered for his love of Front Royal

James 'Jim' Eastham, Sr. was a beloved member of the Front Royal community who cared passionately for his hometown. Eastham, 65, died Nov. 17. He was a life-long resident of Front Royal who devoted much of his life to extensive and wide-ranging work in the community. Eastham served two terms as mayo

NORTHERN VIRGINIA DAILY - 2017-11-22 08:00:00

The Latest: Lebanon PM puts resignation on hold

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FREE LANCE-STAR - 2017-11-22 09:53:29

Some Warren County students will bring turkeys home for Thanksgiving

Michael Whetzel, l9, left, and Adam Taylor, 17, right, help unload 100 frozen turkeys from Cargill Inc. on Monday outside the Warren County student services building in Front Royal. The turkeys will be going home with some of the county's students for Thanksgiving dinner. Rich Cooley/Daily FRONT ROY

NORTHERN VIRGINIA DAILY - 2017-11-22 08:00:00

Fusion flavors at Sexi Mexi

WINCHESTER - Cristina Willis remembers being 4 years old and enveloped in the perfume of chopped cilantro and fire-roasted peppers that fragranced her grandmother's kitchen. Her grandmother, also named Cristina, ran La Canasta restaurant in Strasburg, and Willis' family lived in rooms upstairs. The

WINCHESTER STAR - 2017-11-22 05:10:00

Stephens City resident shares love of sewing with NICU babies

Kim McDonald's grandson River rests on colorful quilts his mom Jessica and grandmother made for babies in the Winchester Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. Courtesy photo STEPHENS CITY - Kim McDonald turned the stress of her grandson's stay at the Winchester Neonatal Intensive Care Unit into a story of c

NORTHERN VIRGINIA DAILY - 2017-11-22 08:00:00

Fenner files petition for Redbud District recount

WINCHESTER - Linda Fenner, who lost the election for the Redbud District seat on the Frederick County School Board in November, has filed a petition for a recount. Fenner, who lost by five votes in the election, filed the petition on Friday at the Frederick County Circuit Court, according to Clerk o

WINCHESTER STAR

Salvation Army kicks off the holiday season in region

David Delaney, left, and Jessica Meritt, right, both members of the National Capitol Band in Washington, D.C., play Christmas songs during the Salvation Army Kettle Kick-off Thursday at the Apple Blossom Mall in Winchester. Rich Cooley/Daily WINCHESTER - Salvation Army bell ringers standing next to

NORTHERN VIRGINIA DAILY - 2017-11-22 08:00:00

Small stores forecast busier Saturday after Black Friday

WINCHESTER - Ready or not, Black Friday is coming. Caffeine-fueled shoppers will be out in droves Friday morning for the pre-dawn store openings and deep discounts that signal the official start of the 2017 holiday shopping season. For many stores, though, Black Friday will be business as usual. Sma

WINCHESTER STAR - 2017-11-22 00:11:00

Heritage Ministries teaming with Hearthstone Communities

Heritage Ministries was founded as the Orphanage and Homes of the Free Methodist Church in 1886. The organization focused its mission on elder care and housing with the elimination of the orphanage in 1965 due to changing regulations. Heritage has grown from its original campus in Gerry to six locat

OBSERVER TODAY - 2017-11-23 08:00:00

WVDP Volunteers Donate to Local Food Pantries

To spread good will for the upcoming holiday season, employees from the West Valley Demonstration Project (WVDP) and its subcontractors gathered Friday at Sander's Parkview, volunteering their time and energy to once again distribute food to nine local food pantries. According to volunteer coordinat

ELLICOTTVILLETIMES.COM - 2017-11-22 14:28:35

CRCF to Lead County-Wide Giving Day, Cattaraugus Gives

For 24 hours on Nov. 28, the community will have the opportunity to support more than 35 nonprofits in Cattaraugus County during the first-ever day of giving in Cattaraugus County, Cattaraugus Gives. The Cattaraugus Region Community Foundation will lead Cattaraugus Gives as part of the highly succes

ELLICOTTVILLETIMES.COM - 2017-11-22 14:25:50

Driveway owners await decision on McAdoo parking project

McADOO - Borough residents who have driveways along Kennedy Drive can only use them after the street is rebuilt if parking spots are eliminated. Borough solicitor Joseph Baranko discussed the situation with council members Tuesday night. Baranko said officials of the state Department of Transport

REPUBLICAN & HERALD - 2017-11-21 09:24:01