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Orange Police identify woman killed in Sunday auto accident

ORANGE - A 30-year-old woman was killed Sunday evening in a one-vehicle crash on Athol Road, police said. The woman, identified as Kristina Ann Pickup of 98 East Main St., was pronounced dead at the scene, according to police. The police department received a call at 8 p.m. from a motorist reporting


Woman killed in car accident in Orange

ORANGE, Mass. (WWLP) - A woman was killed in a car accident in Orange Sunday night. According to a news release sent to 22News by the Orange Police Department, 30-year-old Kristina Ann Pickup, of Orange, died in the crash on Athol Road. She was the only person in the car at the time. Orange police r


Woman dead following crash in Orange

A Franklin County woman is dead following a weekend crash. Orange Police said that around 8 p.m. Sunday, a call came in reporting a crash along Athol Road, just sound of Royalston Road in North Orange. "The reporting party advised that the operator was trapped and he was unable to observe any signs


Monte's March hoping to raise more than $211,000 on final day

NORTHAMPTON, Mass. (WWLP) - Tuesday was day two, the final day, of Monte's March. These marchers are raising the awareness for hunger in our state. 22News caught up with dozens of Monte's March participants in Amherst. They began their march on Tuesday at Congressman Jim McGovern's district office

WWLP 22NEWS - 2017-11-21 22:41:30

Raymond J. Murawski, 72

MILLBURY - Raymond J. Murawski, 72, passed away surrounded by his loving family on Tuesday, Nov. 7th in UMASS Memorial Medical Center after a long illness. Ray leaves his wife of 49 years, Katherine M. (Mozynski) Murawski; a son, Jeffrey A. Murawksi of Gardner; a sonin law, Aaron M. Moran of Rutland

MILLBURYSUTTON.COM - 2017-11-22 00:00:00

People In Business: Eric Gradoia, Jesse Vanek and Kate Kearns of Historic Deerfield, Inc.

DEERFIELD - Historic Deerfield, Inc., is pleased to announce several new additions to the museum's staff. Eric Gradoia has been hired as Director of Historic Preservation. In his new job, Gradoia will conduct research on and oversee the care, repair and restoration of Historic Deerfield's 55 antique

MASSLIVE.COM - 2017-11-22 20:00:00

The Advocate Guide to Open Mics in the Pioneer Valley!

Crowd at Luthier's, Nov. 1. Brett Felix reads during a poetry open mic Oct. 31 at the World War II Club. Jerrey Roberts photo Tara Bernier hosts a poetry open mic Oct. 31 at the World War II Club. Jerrey Roberts photo Juanita Mic, the house band at Theodore's open jam in Springfield, jam together on


Local firefighters to be honored at 28th Firefighter of the Year Awards

WORCESTER, Mass. (WWLP) -Firefighters from western Massachusetts will be honored in Worcester Tuesday at the 28th annual Firefighter of the Year Awards. Governor Charlie Baker and State Fire Marshal Peter Ostroskey will recognize several firefighters from across the state at the 10:00 a.m. ceremony.

WWLP 22NEWS - 2017-11-21 13:16:57

How the 12-cent gas tax will help Upland repair its roads

UPLAND >> City officials say the new gas tax measure has injected some much-needed funds to make improvements on its roads. But a drop in funding over the years has left the city with no choice but to defer on some of their maintenance. Now, the city is poised to receive $1.6 million over the next t

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SUN - 2017-11-21 03:47:18

Bryan John Shaw - Mountain News : Home

Although his love of sports led him to coach high school and college football early in his career, Bryan was an educator at heart. He spent 40 years teaching kids, guiding teachers and mentoring administrators in Glendora, Rim of the World, and Charter Oak school districts. Bryan was a friend to the

MOUNTAIN NEWS - 2017-11-21 22:13:00

On vacation with the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin

Visiting the Statue of Neptune and mermaid on the coast of Puerto Vallarta are, from left, Jim and Shirley Gillespie, of Fontana; Carl and Kathy Chase, of Rancho Cucamonga; and Sherrie Moore, of Alta Loma. They are celebrating, a birthday and a anniversary. The Daily Bulletin is eager to enjoy its r

INLAND VALLEY DAILY BULLETIN - 2017-11-22 20:31:30

Creating a sense of community during the holidays

People can be quick to label. Our church supports same-sex marriage. We believe that people should be empowered to think for themselves rather than be forced to accept specific doctrines. We believe that religious beliefs should never try to limit the discoveries of science. As a result of these pos

CLAREMONT-COURIER.COM - 2017-11-22 21:19:00

Student trot raises $10,000 for PE gear

The El Roble Turkey Trot brought in quite the holiday cheer this year. The daylong fundraiser amassed just over $10,500 in donations, with all the money being invested in the school's PE department, according to EL Roble PE teacher Debbie Foster. Throughout the day, the kids were tasked with running

CLAREMONT-COURIER.COM - 2017-11-22 00:05:00

At temporary L.A. County shelters, some foster kids just keep cycling through

Diamond Hyman, 19, reads in her bed at the David and Margaret Youth and Family Services transitional shelter care facility in La Verne. (Francine Orr / Los Angeles Times) Inside a small dorm on a neatly manicured campus in La Verne, two teenage girls were flitting between rooms. One adjusted a tight

LA TIMES - 2017-11-22 16:40:00

Fontana man convicted of pimping San Bernardino County teen in Santa Ana

SANTA ANA - A 21-year-old Fontana man was convicted Tuesday of human trafficking and pimping and pandering a 17-year-old girl in Santa Ana. Armani Montrale Green, who is scheduled to be sentenced Dec. 15, faces five to 13 years in prison, said Deputy District Attorney Bryan Clavecilla. Jurors began

SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY SUN - 2017-11-22 03:32:12

Covina 8-year-old's delivery of socks warms Ontario homeless's feet - and their hearts

Covina's Maya Aguilar, 8, and her family delivered thousands of pairs of socks and several slightly used blankets Tuesday to an Ontario homeless shelter. Maya and her family collected the items through her organization, The Cozy Collection, which she founded three years ago after she noticed a homel

INLAND VALLEY DAILY BULLETIN - 2017-11-22 00:52:44

Hood County News- A twice-weekly newspaper serving Granbury and Hood County, Texas

As Texans prepare for the Thanksgiving holiday, the Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) is reminding motorists to make safety a priority. During the Thanksgiving weekend in 2016, DPS troopers issued 51,592 traffic citations and warnings. DPS patrols also resulted in 275 driving while intoxicate

HOOD COUNTY NEWS - 2017-11-22 14:48:15

Ladycats use balanced scoring to get past Granbury, 46-35

Aledo junior guard Elizabeth Allanach scored a game-high 14 points, sophomore post Janessa Payne added 11 and seven other Ladycats recorded points to lead AHS to a 46-35 victory over Granbury Tuesday afternoon in a non-district girls' basketball game at Aledo. The win raises the Ladycats' record to

THE COMMUNITY NEWS - 2017-11-22 00:47:42

Convicted: Witnesses say burglar offered items to owner's friend

Winkles A man was convicted last Thursday of taking items from a home and then trying to sell them to a friend of the home's owner. On Monday, Robert Darrell Winkles, 37, of Granbury, was sentenced to 5 years' probation following 60 days in the Hood County jail for burglary. He will also have to pay

HOOD COUNTY NEWS - 2017-11-21 17:45:54

Pam Boehm: An advocate for students

Whether it's helping students with class work, attending sporting events or going over the budget for the year, Hill College President Pam Boehm can often be seen at one of the college's five campuses in Hillsboro, Cleburne, Burleson, Glen Rose or Meridian. It's for her hard work and dedication to

CLEBURNE TIMES-REVIEW - 2017-11-22 12:00:00