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Two arrested in Brockton drug raid

Kie Hendrix, 30, and Ashley Derochea, 28, were arrested and charged with unlawful possession with intent to distribute a class B substance (crack) and conspiracy to violate a controlled substance drug law. BROCKTON - Police arrested two Brockton residents Saturday morning in a drug raid. Kie Hendrix

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-18 17:30:16

Men sentenced in "Captain Freddy" murder

By: Chloe Leshner cleshner@abc6.com @cleshnerabc6 PROVIDENCE (WLNE) -- The two men who beat an elderly man to death over his lottery winnings learn their fate. The victim's son spoke at the sentencing today, he didn't address the two men who killed his dad directly, but spoke about the hole left in

ABC6.COM - 2017-11-18 00:54:00

Four displaced in Raynham barn fire

One resident told firefighters he was awakened by sparks from illegal electrical wiring showering done on him in bed. RAYNHAM - Four residents were displaced early Saturday when a barn that had been illegally converted into a living space caught on fire. At about 5:05 a.m, Raynham Fire responded to

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-18 18:40:35

Taunton church with ties to Puerto Rico ships out badly needed supplies

TAUNTON - Nearly two months after Hurricane Maria battered Puerto Rico, government-involved relief efforts have been hampered by extensive damage to roads, utility services and other aspects of the island's infrastructure. As a result, Angela Echevarria, evangelist at Taunton's Iglesia de Cristo Mis

TAUNTON GAZETTE - 2017-11-19 12:01:00

Solar Farm Remains a Dark Cloud to Residents

Residents of Mendell Road and Rounseville Road living close to the location of a proposed large-scale solar farm still aren't seeing the sunny side of approving such a project in their rural neighborhood. On November 14, the Rochester Planning Board allowed more time for residents to ask questions a

WANDERER.COM - 2017-11-19 08:00:00

1st Annual Bells of Remembrance

To the Editor: The Mattapoisett Woman's Club is proud to report that the bells have begun ringing in honor of veterans! The 1st Annual Bells of Remembrance took place at various churches throughout the Southcoast. The bells rang for one full minute on November 11 at 11:00 am in a moving tribute to o

WANDERER.COM - 2017-11-19 08:00:00

'Be a Santa to a Senior' program provides comfort and cheer

While many seniors enjoy being able to live independently, the holidays can be a difficult time for those who are unable to spend them with friends or loved ones. In fact, isolated seniors are at greater risk for loneliness, anxiety and depression. That is why the local Home Instead Senior Care offi

SOUTH COAST TODAY - 2017-11-19 08:01:00

Your View: Celebrate strong elementary MCAS scores

New Bedford's recently reported MCAS results were a mixed bag. A majority of New Bedford's elementary schools achieved strong results on the new more rigorous 3rd, 4th and 5th grade MCAS tests. The Taylor, Congdon and Rodman Schools' percentage of students that met or exceeded expectations for the a

SOUTH COAST TODAY - 2017-11-19 08:01:00

Crossing the Line - Expelled Senators

U.S. Sen. Jesse Bright, D-Ind., was the most recent U.S. Senator to be expelled from the chamber. He was removed in 1862 for facilitating weapons sales to the Confederacy during the Civil War. Crossing the line separating Indiana and Illinois sometimes means dealing with different laws and customs.

TRIBUNELEDGERNEWS.COM - 2017-11-19 15:30:00

Cherokee Thanksgiving to feed 2,000 on Turkey Day

Cherokee Thanksgiving has been a tradition in the county for decades, feeding residents and families in a holiday of gratitude. This year marks the 25th anniversary for the service event at Canton First United Methodist Church. Cheryl Mosley, who leads the initiative, has been volunteering for the e

TRIBUNELEDGERNEWS.COM - 2017-11-19 05:00:00

Son of East St. Louis school board president dead in shooting

EAST ST. LOUIS Illinois State Police said they are investigating the fatal shooting on Monday of the son of East St. Louis School District 189 Board President Kinnis Williams. Kerwin Williams, 35, was shot to death in an incident on the 1100 block of Cleveland Avenue. Police declined to provide furt

TRIBUNELEDGERNEWS.COM - 2017-11-19 03:03:00

Getting caught with pot in St. Louis would be less expensive under proposal

ST. LOUIS The fine for getting caught with a small amount of marijuana would be reduced to as low as $25 under a bill introduced on Friday at the St. Louis Board of Aldermen. It's the second marijuana-related bill to be introduced at the board in recent days. Fines right now range from $100 to $500.

TRIBUNELEDGERNEWS.COM - 2017-11-18 14:30:00

Intersection improvements ahead of schedule

Improvements continue to the intersection of East Cherokee Drive and Old Highway 5 between Holly Springs and Woodstock, and they're moving along nicely which could mean work is completed by February 2018, county officials say. The main project includes installation of dual left-turn lanes from Old H

TRIBUNELEDGERNEWS.COM - 2017-11-19 01:41:00

CHRIS COLLETT: Thankful for each day

The Keithsburg Community in north Cherokee County was a great place to grow up. The rural area was full of salt of the earth folks that came from similar backgrounds. I can't remember anyone in the area rolling in dough. Regardless, we kids really didn't know it. We may not have had everything we wa

TRIBUNELEDGERNEWS.COM - 2017-11-18 22:31:00

Renner: Limiting mayoral powers is 'bad idea'

BLOOMINGTON - A proposed change in the city code would strip Mayor Tari Renner's power to directly place items on City Council meeting agendas. A new measure suggested by Ward 2 Alderman David Sage would require the mayor first obtain majority support of the council before placing an item on the age

TRIBUNELEDGERNEWS.COM - 2017-11-18 12:00:00

Ponca remains, artifacts will be returned to tribe

The skeletal remains of 10 Ponca Tribe members and about 300 funerary objects will be repatriated to the tribe Wednesday. Many of the objects are glass beads that date to the 1700s and 1800s, as do the remains, the Nebraska State Historical Society said Friday. They were discovered during constructi

TRIBUNELEDGERNEWS.COM - 2017-11-18 06:00:00

Get Out for Nov. 17-23

Editor's note: Please check for changes before going out to an event. The Get Out! calendar runs every Friday. To submit an item, email it to cruiz@wmicentral.com or mail it to P.O. Box 1570, Show Low, AZ 85902. Attn: Corrine Ruiz. Note: Please include location address of the event. Friday, Nov. 17

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Silver Creek Senior Center menu

The Silver Creek Senior Center, 1658 S. Main St., Snowflake, offers lunch. Cost is $5 for over 60 years of age or $5.50 under 60. Soup and salad bar only is $3. Lunch is served from noon-1 p.m. All meals come with beverage, dessert, salad bar and soup. The thrift store is open from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

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Register for Kid's Night Out set for Dec. 15

SHOW LOW - Parents, want a free night to run errands, have a special date or some time for yourselves? The city of Show Low will entertain your kids, ages 5-11, Friday, Dec. 15, at Kid's Night Out, which features a dinner and movie or games from 6-9 p.m. at the Show Low City Campus Teen Center, 620

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Nothing sweeter than ice cream and veterans

SHOW LOW - Ice cream and veterans: What could be sweeter? Show Low Junior High School hosted its fourth annual Veterans' Ice Cream Social on Nov. 8 in the upper commons area of the school. According to Vice Principal Darcy Helle, there were more than 150 people at this year's event, with 50 of those

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