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Give-A-Christmas campaign enters final week

As the Give-A-Christmas campaign begins its final week, the total now stands at $7,375 as Herald-Standard readers contributed $1,265 in the latest campaign donations. "I'm so happy that this fund to benefit the Salvation Army continues to grow. The money raised by Give-A-Christmas stays in your comm

HERALDSTANDARD.COM - 2017-12-17 07:00:00

Holy city integral to the Jewish faith

Israel is known as the historically cherished, promised land of the Jewish people, and as Jews around the world are in the midst of celebrating Hanukkah, it seems apropos that world events in recent weeks have once again turned to the ancient city of Jerusalem, which has been central to the Jewish f


Residents show off their hunting skills and kills

Cody Ackley, the 14-year-old son of Joey and Brandi Ackley of Spraggs, got this eight-point buck on the first day of deer season in Spraggs. Richard Adams of Spraggs got this eight-point in Spraggs during archery season. Hunter Davis of Spraggs bagged a 275-pound bear in Barbour County, West Virgini


Braves defeat Midd-West , remain unbeaten

MIDDLEBURG - Shikellamy defeated Midd-West 46-27 on Thursday night in a wrestling dual meet. In the closest match of the night, Shikellamy's Cade Balestrini earned an 11-10 decision victory over Avery Bassett at 126 pounds. The Braves (2-0) got pins from Noah Supsic (152), Evan Bingaman (182), Adam


Police arrest fugitive, charge his sister for violating PFA her boyfriend filed

A man wanted on three warrants for failing to register as a sex offender was arrested in Mt. Oliver on Thursday. Nelson Diggs, 53, originally from McKeesport, was taken into custody without incident, according to the Allegheny County Sheriff's Department. Deputies learned Diggs, who had given a fals


Megan's Law Violator Wanted On Three Warrants Arrested In Mount Oliver

MOUNT OLIVER (KDKA) - A Megan's Law violator who was wanted on three warrants and his sister were arrested in Mount Oliver on Thursday. The Allegheny County Sheriff's Office says 53-year-old Nelson Diggs, of McKeesport, was wanted on three warrants for failing to comply with sexual offender registra


Cat found near Mount Oliver playground tests positive for rabies

MOUNT OLIVER, Pa. - The Allegheny County Health Department issued a warning to parents after a cat that was found near a Mount Oliver playground tested positive for rabies. The cat was found on Monday on Otilla Street, which is very close to Phillip Murray Playground, officials said. TRENDING NOW:


Butler Republican Congressman Hails GOP Tax Bill

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) - U.S. Rep. Mike Kelly, a Butler Republican and a member of the House tax-writing committee, is very bullish on the Republican tax plan. "Our goal, from day one - and this is the president talking - I want to see more middle income and lower middle income Americans have more money,


Champaign neighborhood not alone in fight against Nasty Joe's

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. (WCIA) -- As a neighborhood continues to try to pry their drainage ponds from the hands of "Nasty Joe's", they could be getting a helping hand from a homeowner going through the same thing. As we've reported before, this is in the Timberline Valley South subdivision. A representative

ILLINOISHOMEPAGE.NET - 2017-12-17 02:51:01

Wreaths Across America honors the fallen

DANVILLE, Ill. (WCIA) -- National Wreaths Across America day is a time to remember those who have died serving our country by laying wreaths at their grave sites. At the Danville National Cemetery, many gathered to honor the men and women who gave their lives fighting for our freedom. These are soun

ILLINOISHOMEPAGE.NET - 2017-12-17 17:14:51

Champaign library joins journal's 'All-Time All-Stars' list

CHAMPAIGN - For the past 10 years, the Champaign Public Library has been recognized on Library Journal's list of America's Star Libraries. But this year is different. With this year's rating, the library joins only 69 others in the U.S. on the journal's "All-Time All-Stars" list. And the library sta

NEWS-GAZETTE - 2017-12-16 03:15:00

Downtown Champaign TIF district ends after 36 years

CHAMPAIGN - The city's downtown tax-increment-financing district expired Dec. 15, exactly 36 years after it was launched to revitalize the declining area. During the TIF district's tenure, according to city officials, there were over $4 million in grants to update over 100 structures, more than 60 n

NEWS-GAZETTE - 2017-12-16 03:15:00

5 Dems vying to replace Davis make cases at Champaign forum

CHAMPAIGN - All five Democratic candidates for Congress in Illinois' 13th District made it clear Thursday at a forum in Champaign that they'd be nothing like incumbent Republican Rep. Rodney Davis. Whether the topic was gun control, universal health care, abortion rights or the Republican tax cut pr


Just Askin': Time to think about taxes again

What should I do by the end of the year to prepare for tax season? Bryan James, manager at Martin, Hood, Friese & Associates in Champaign, has three suggestions in light of the Republican tax plan, which is expected to pass this week, though he cautioned that each depends on a particular taxpayer's

NEWS-GAZETTE - 2017-12-17 15:00:00

Final prep football standings 2017

x-Normal Community (10-1);8;0;1.000 Danville (8-3);6;2;.750 Normal West (8-3);6;2;.750 Peoria Notre Dame (6-4);6;2;.750 Peoria High (6-4);5;3;.625 Peoria Richwoods (7-5);5;3;.625 Bloomington (4-5);3;5;.375 Champaign Centennial (2-7);2;6;.250 Champaign Central (2-7);2;6;.250 Urbana (1-8);1;7;.125 Peo

PANTAGRAPH - 2017-12-17 11:45:00

Environmental Almanac: Holiday gifts for the environmentally inclined

I'm conflicted when it comes to holiday gift giving. On one side, my inner curmudgeon urges me to opt out as far as possible. Isn't this focus on new stuff at odds with people reducing their negative impacts on the planet? Bah, humbug. On the other side, I enjoy giving and receiving gifts as much as

NEWS-GAZETTE - 2017-12-17 15:00:00

Ozark police seek public's help with death investigation

A woman was found dead in Ozark Friday, Dec. 15, and Ozark police are asking the public for information about it. Ozark Police Chief Marlos Walker said that at approximately 12:40 p.m. Friday the Ozark-Dale County E911 received a call about a woman lying on the ground just inside the wood line near

SOUTHEASTSUN.COM - 2017-12-16 16:35:00

Enterprise vetrans hold Wreaths Across America cereomony

ENTERPRISE, Ala. (WTVY) - Veterans, friends and family of Enterprise veterans held a symbolic wreath laying ceremony for fallen veterans. The Wreaths Across America ceremony was held at Meadowlawn Memorial Park Saturday morning. Wreaths Across America is held annually to honor those who serve and h

WTVY.COM - 2017-12-18 04:30:00

Community Christmas Meal seeking volunteers

The holiday feast that brings together people from across Enterprise is looking for some volunteers. The third annual Community Christmas Meal will run from 1-3 p.m. Monday, Dec. 25, at First Baptist Church, 302 N. Main St. in Enterprise. According to a Facebook post about the event, volunteers are

DOTHAN EAGLE - 2017-12-17 12:00:00

Investigation into teacher's death ongoing

The investigation into the death of Enterprise teacher Sarah Starr is ongoing, according to a Wednesday news release from the Coffee County Sheriff's Office. No arrests have been made in Starr's death, which is being investigated as a homicide. Starr, 36, who taught at Harrand Creek Elementary Schoo