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Greenville residents can't pass up deals

Thanksgiving is a time to reconnect with family over good food and reflect on the many blessings we, as Americans, get to enjoy throughout the year. However, after the last tupperware of leftover dressing has been strategically placed in the freezer, the siren call of Black Friday sales lure many to

DELTA DEMOCRAT TIMES - 2017-11-24 17:29:00

Police looking for 3 suspects following ATM armed robbery

Greenville police are searching for three suspects following an armed robbery at a local ATM. Officers were dispatched to Southern Bancorp in the 1800 block of Mississippi 1 S. about 8:30 p.m. Monday in reference to an armed robbery, Assistant Police Chief Michael Merchant said. Greenville police ar

DELTA DEMOCRAT TIMES - 2017-11-24 17:30:00

Harrison County's Empty Stocking shopping list now online

With the annual wish list of children added online at the Henry F. Selcer Memorial Empty Stocking Fund website, Executive Director Lea McGee, said the season of giving has truly begun. "My goal is to build memories for the families," McGee said of the fund's efforts to assist about 300 children per

MARSHALL NEWS MESSENGER - 2017-11-24 12:00:00

Trinity feeds folks for Thanksgiving with help of community

It took more than a month's preparation, hundreds of community volunteers and hours of cooking but more than 1,200 Marshall residents enjoyed a traditional Thanksgiving Day meal on Thursday, thanks to several area churches, businesses and volunteers coming together during Trinity Episcopal Church in

MARSHALL NEWS MESSENGER - 2017-11-24 12:00:00

ETBU Theatre performs 'The Voice of the Prairie'

East Texas Baptist University's Theatre Department continued their season recently with the production of John Olive's "The Voice of the Prairie." Directed by ETBU senior Theatre Arts Education major Natalie Oates, the one-act play is a part of the department's Discovery Series curriculum. "In th

MARSHALL NEWS MESSENGER - 2017-11-24 12:00:00

Wonderland of Lights opens 31st year in Marshall

Dec. 16: The Art, History and Steeple tour - from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The tour will take attendees through five Marshall sites: Trinity Episcopal Church, Starr Family Home, Michelson Museum, Gingko Leaf Gallery and Harrison County Historical Museum. Words such as "awesome," "amazing" and "breathtaking

MARSHALL NEWS MESSENGER - 2017-11-23 12:00:00

Christmas market set in Marshall

Gingko Leaf Gallery will host a Christmas Arts and Crafts Market from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Nov. 25 at the Marshall Visual Arts Center. About 30 area artisans will bring one-of-a-kind creations and unique gifts for holiday shoppers to browse and consider purchasing. The Marshall Visual Arts Center is lo

LONGVIEW NEWS-JOURNAL - 2017-11-23 16:00:00

Hague: Enjoy the traditions of Thanksgiving

What's not to like about Thanksgiving? Who could possibly not like turkey, ham, mashed potatoes, apple pie and all the other wonderfulness of this great holiday? The holiday is full of wonderful, delicious traditions that create long-lasting memories. I would love to go back in time to enjoy the fe

MARSHALL NEWS MESSENGER - 2017-11-23 12:00:00

Hallsville swears in new mayor

HALLSVILLE - Hallsville city officials swore in Jesse Casey as the town's new mayor on Tuesday and his first order of business was to bring in two proclamations for city. Casey and the Hallsville city aldermen signed proclamations on Tuesday recognizing Nov. 21 as "Steve Eitelman Day" in Hallsville,

MARSHALL NEWS MESSENGER - 2017-11-23 14:00:00

Hallsville High School One Act play wins district championship

The Hallsville High School One Act play students recently brought home a district championship for their performance of the play "The Boys Next Door," directed by Kay Cherry, during the competition at Sulphur Springs High School. The following Hallsville One Act play students won individual awards:

MARSHALL NEWS MESSENGER - 2017-11-23 12:00:00

Bath Police searching for suspects involved in a robbery

BATH, N.Y. (18 NEWS) - The Village of Bath Police are searching for three individuals following a robbery on Thursday morning. Police say that around 6 a.m., two white males and a white female entered the bar area of the Old National Hotel on East Steuben Street. The three individuals stole the ca

WETM - 2017-11-24 02:41:17

WENY News - Bath Police investigating Thanksgiving morning robbery

BATH, N.Y. (WENY) - Bath Village Police are investigating a Robbery at the Old National Hotel early Thursday morning. The robbery happened at about 6am on Thanksgiving at the hotel on East Steuben Street. According to police, two white men and one white woman exited the rear of the hotel with the ca

NEWSCHANNEL 36 - 2017-11-23 21:39:00

Remembering that "slow" big-game opener ... or was it?

A distant shot echoed through the woods last Saturday morning - a starting gun signifying opening day of the Southern Zone big game regular season. The forecast called for massive amounts of rain with wind and we hoped the weather predictions were wrong. It was in the 30s temperature-wise and we won


Can't afford Thanksgiving groceries? Turning Point has help

BATH, N.Y. (18 NEWS) - If you can't afford the groceries to make a Thanksgiving meal for your family this year, Turning Point in Bath has you covered. Tuesday was the last day for registered families to pick up groceries, but leftovers will be available Wednesday for those who did not register. Vis


Borough needs to purchase nutrient credits

Correspondent ELKLAND - Elkland Borough Council met Nov. 8 where they learned that the necessary nitrogen credits was underway. Because the borough nitrogen discharges exceeded of the limits allowed the borough must buy credits to avoid the violation. The borough will need to secure 2,201 pounds wor


Osceola will see no tax increase in 2018

OSCEOLA - Osceola Township Supervisor agreed to advertise the proposed budget for 2018 with no tax increase during the Nov. 9 meeting. The proposed budget will be available for inspection by the public for a specified number of day after the advertisement runs. Supervisors announced that paving proj

WELLSBORO GAZETTE - 2017-11-22 22:00:00

WWII veteran Cash Preston turning 101

Cassius "Cash" Preston, a World War II Army veteran, turns 101 years old on Dec. 17, one day after the 73rd anniversary of the start of the final major German offensive of World War II, known as the Battle of the Bulge. Preston, who was a staff sergeant in the army's 80th division, 314th battalion o

WELLSBORO GAZETTE - 2017-11-22 21:00:00

Vote for your favorite gingerbread creation at the Rockwell

18 News visited the museum to check them all out. Starting at random with the Elmira Heights Theater, it's the last single-screen theater in Chemung County. The gingerbread version features expired candies from the actual theater. Artists made the Chemung Canal Trust Company building and they chose


Norwich sex offender indicted on federal child porn charges

Subscribed, but don't have a login? A Chenango County sex offender pleaded not guilty Tuesday to federal child porn charges, which could send him to prison for up to 40 years, if he's convicted. John Stacy, 55, is accused of receiving images and video files depicting children engaged in sexual condu


Chautauqua County woman killed in hunting accident

A Chautauqua County woman has died following a hunting accident on Wednesday night. Deputies say 43-year-old Rosemary Billquist was walking her dogs when a hunter accidentally shot her after he believed he saw a deer in a field near Armenian Road in the Town of Sherman. The hunter, 34, told author

CNYCENTRAL.COM - 2017-11-23 22:59:03