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Bells start ringing for Farmington's Holly Days

Do you hear what I hear? Holiday bells will be ringing from 11 a,.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 2, when the Greater Farmington Chamber of Commerce presents Holly Days. This year, the chamber is partnering with the Farmington Civic Theater, the Farmington Farmers Market, Governor Warner Mansion and Ril

HOMETOWNLIFE.COM - 2017-11-22 15:23:37

DE Mount Holly NJ Zone Forecast

972 FPUS51 KPHI 220835 ZFPPHI Zone Forecast Product for SE PA...NJ...and Northern Delmarva National Weather Service Mount Holly NJ 331 AM EST Wed Nov 22 2017 DEZ001-222100- New Castle- Including the city of Wilmington 331 AM EST Wed Nov 22 2017 .TODAY...Mostly cloudy with showers likely this morning

ARGUS PRESS - 2017-11-22 11:36:00

Special plaques honoring two Holly veterans to be unveiled

The Holly Area Veterans Resource Center will honor the recipient of the Karl Richter Award, and Robert S. Brummeler on Dec. 7 at 7:30 p.m., in the auditorium of the Karl Richter Community Center in Holly. The program will consist of speakers and tributes to both men. If you are a recipient of the Ka

TRI-COUNTY TIMES - 2017-11-21 20:30:00

Santa Claus is coming to town - Tri-County Times: Tri-County Times Newspaper: Fenton, Linden And Holly MI News Source

The spirit of Santa is everywhere, but we all know this Jolly Old Elf has a special fondness for all the good children in the tri-county area. That's why you'll find Santa making a special entrance in each of our community's town-wide Christmas events - from the Dickens Festival in Holly, when he

TRI-COUNTY TIMES

DNR asks hunters to be on high alert after possible bovine TB case in a deer

OAKLAND COUNTY (WJRT) - (11/22/17) - Michigan Hunters are concerned about a possible bovine tuberculosis case in Oakland County. The state Department of Natural Resources is now on high alert and they're asking hunters to take note as well. The Holly Wildlife office has handled 321 deer since the be

ABC12.COM - 2017-11-23 08:07:00

Family of boy killed in fire speaks out as leaders ask for community's help

HIGHLAND PARK, Mich. (WXYZ) - A family is speaking out about a boy who lost his life in a devastating fire. Twelve-year-old Marvin Carter's loved ones say he lived a life that made all of them immensely proud. "He was a very bright kid," said his aunt Nicci Woods. "Always fun-loving." Marvin died

WXYZ - 2017-11-22 22:47:47

Find Fuel Friendly Prices In Fenton

FENTON, MI- The gas prices are steadily climbing, it doesn't mean that you need to empty out your wallets too. Thanksgiving Weekend is one of the biggest traveling weekends of the year. So whether you're loading up your car with the family, or just getting ready to go shopping this weekend to prepar

PATCH - 2017-11-22 20:42:31

Not So High Gas Prices In Highland

HIGHLAND, MI- Gas prices are a little high, however there is no need to fret. Here at Patch we have you covered along withGasBuddy, in finding cheaper gas prices for you to fill your tank this holiday weekend. The average price you can expect to see this weekend at the pump according to GasBuddy th

PATCH - 2017-11-22 21:28:57

Hannibal teacher wins Golden Apple for November

"She saw the commercial with you sitting around the table with the students talking about a Golden Apple and she said 'Mom, Mrs. Schutte needs one of those. She's a really good teacher,'" Melanie Smith said. Schutte has been teaching for 25 years and every single year has been spent at Hannibal's Oa

WGEM.COM - 2017-11-22 22:12:00

Hannibal teacher wins November Golden Apple Award

The November WGEM Golden Apple Award was revealed on Wednesday morning. Hannibal's Oakwood Elementary School teacher Lori Schutte is the winner. Schutte has been teaching for 25 years and she's spent her entire career at Oakwood Elementary. "I think it's just seeing the growth the kids make," Schut

WGEM.COM - 2017-11-22 16:37:00

Hannibal campaign looks to keep residents warm

HANNIBAL, Mo. -- The weather's getting colder, and one local business aims to help keep people warm. American Family Insurance -- Parker & Associates started its first Share the Warmth campaign on Nov. 10. From now until spring, people can drop off any coats, sweatshirts, scarves, gloves, hats, so

QUINCY HERALD-WHIG - 2017-11-22 14:35:01

Price tag could increase for chloramine removal in Hannibal

Hannibal's Board of Public Works continues to update the city council on the removal of chloramines from Hannibal's water supply. Bob Stevenson, the general manager at the Board of Public Works, says BPW hired a St. Louis engineering firm to test carbon as an alternative purifier. The engineer is tr

WGEM.COM - 2017-11-22 08:00:00

Steel barriers mean extra safety for Hannibal festival goers

More people attending festivals and parades in downtown Hannibal has city leaders looking to install permanent barricades to prevent attacks involving vehicles. At Tuesday night's city council meeting, Councilman Mike Dobson showed council members pictures of the steel bollards which would span from

WGEM.COM - 2017-11-22 07:51:00

WGEM Fall Harvest Blitz in Hannibal

WGEM will be blitzing again for Fall Harvest! The blitz is today from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. at the Hannibal Walmart, located at 3650 Stardust Dr. You can drop off your non-perishable food or monetary donations. If you are shopping, you can make a donation inside the store as well. The food pantries of Th

WGEM.COM - 2017-11-21 17:45:00

Hannibal celebrates Small Business Saturday with start of Victorian Festival of Christmas

HANNIBAL, Mo. -- Transition into Christmas the Saturday after Thanksgiving by attending the fourth annual Victorian Festival of Christmas, hosted by the Historic Hannibal Marketing Council. Each Saturday leading up to Christmas features various activities that are reminiscent of holidays long ago.

QUINCY HERALD-WHIG

Pass turkey, but hold politics: poll

Evan Vucci | AP President Donald Trump pardons Drumstick during the National Thanksgiving Turkey Pardoning Ceremony in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington. A poll shows more than a third of Americans dread the prospect of political talk over Thanksgiving. The survey by the Associated Pr

JACKSONVILLE JOURNAL COURIER - 2017-11-23 05:03:11

Albertville man arrested after DeKalb traffic stop

DeKalb County deputies arrested an Albertville man after a traffic stop Sunday, according to Sheriff Jimmy Harris. A deputy made a traffic stop Sunday on County Roads 479 and 1999 in Kilpatrick and detected a strong odor coming from the vehicle. During a search of the passenger, Jose Mora Garcia, 25

GADSDEN TIMES - 2017-11-22 00:00:51

Guntersville woman charged with sex crimes, electronic devices being investigated

GUNTERSVILLE, Ala. - Law enforcement arrested a Guntersville woman Monday, Novemeber 20, and charged her with Sexual Abuse of a Child under 12 years of age. Anna Marie Gomez, 30, of 1716 Wiggs Street in Guntersville has been booked into the county jail. Her bond is set at $1,000,000. Authorities say

WHNT-TV - 2017-11-22 14:58:06

Woman killed in Aroney fire

At approximately 9:17 a.m. this morning the DeKalb County Sheriff's Office received a call from 911 about a house fire with a possible person inside the residence, on County Road 386 in the Aroney community. According to Sheriff Jimmy Harris, when deputies and investigators arrived on the scene Cros

SAND MOUNTAIN REPORTER - 2017-11-21 22:51:00

Jay Beard: Poor folk, rich folk

I remember the first time I met "real money." I've met money plenty of times before, but I had never met real money - gated community with a guard standing at the entrance kind of money, butler kind of money, stuffed exotic animal kind of money, private school inside the gated community kind of mone

SAND MOUNTAIN REPORTER - 2017-11-22 21:21:00