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Simmons splits with Leland - ddtonline.com: Sports

HOLLANDALE - Simmons held Leland to 24 percent shooting from the field as the Blue Devils coasted to a 57-25 win on Saturday night. The Blue Devils opened the game on a 12-0 run, followed with a 16-9 advantage in the second quarter. Simmons kept it going in the third quarter on a 14-7 spread, follow

DELTA DEMOCRAT TIMES - 2018-01-21 08:54:00

MHSAA Roundup: Leland, Simmons girls grab wins

CLARKSDALE - Four Lady Cubs posted double figures in the scoring column as Leland topped league leader Coahoma County 63-54 on Friday. Leland (15-4, 5-1) jumped out to an early lead after a 17-4 run in the opening quarter, but Coahoma County (15-3, 4-1) would answer with an 18-15 lead in the second.

DELTA DEMOCRAT TIMES - 2018-01-21 00:53:00

Cold weather increases profits for BancorpSouth ice skating events

TUPELO - Families, couples and even a few experienced ice skaters filled the rink Saturday, enjoying the final hours of ice at the BancorpSouth Arena in Tupelo. Kathy Long drove her two grandsons, aged 9 and 14, to the Arena for the first time ever on Saturday. She had never ice skated before. "This

NE MISSISSIPPI DAILY JOURNAL - 2018-01-21 06:15:00

Schools work on heating issues

Parents reported parts of Cleveland Central High School and D.M. Smith Elementary were without heat Thursday as students returned from being out due to snow and ice. Cleveland Superintendent Dr. Jackie Thigpen said physical education was held in another location at D.M. Smith Elementary School, due


Former Tchula chief levels misconduct accusations at Yazoo City Police Department

Kenneth Hampton, known nationwide when he was Tchula's police chief for his no-nonsense social media approach, walked into a Yazoo City Council executive session a little over a week ago, hat in hand. He had a summary of events leading to his termination as a Yazoo City police officer to present to


Restaurant Week supports special projects

The fifth annual Restaurant Week begins Monday and 15 restaurants are participating. The Cleveland-Bolivar County Chamber of Commerce hosts the week every year to encourage people to eat at local restaurants during a traditionally slow time. Participating restaurants add special items to their menu


Voice of the people: Joseph Boggess, M.D.

After reading the editorial reprinted from "The Greenwood Commonwealth" about ways to grow Mississippi's population, I had the following thoughts. Up to now I have been against the expansion of Medicaid in our state to those above the poverty line seeing it as another entitlement at the expense o


Mother's Mary: Assisted living home resident loses, then regains religious heirloom

FULTON - The last few months have carried a nearly unfathomable cost for Emelia Brock. And yet, in some ways, she feels blessed. After suffering a debilitating fall late last year, confining her to a wheelchair, the 96-year-old was forced to sell her home and permanently relocate to Charleston Place


Pelhams PLUS WEEK in REVIEW - January 16 - 19

--- Registration Next Week of New Kindergartners for This September; Parents or Guardians Must Personally Register the Child http://www.pelhamplus.com/news/schools/article_9cace246-fa18-11e7-86c2-53e1dabbb06a.html --- Pelham Village and Pelham Manor Police Conduct Active Shooter Training http://www.

PELHAMPLUS.COM - 2018-01-20 16:56:00

Greenwich police step up efforts against opioids

Published 2:46 pm, Saturday, January 20, 2018 GREENWICH - Town police officers this month will begin carrying Narcan, a medication to revive people who are in danger of dying of drug overdoses, part of a range of initiatives that local law enforcement is enacting to cope with the burgeoning opioid

GREENWICHTIME - 2018-01-20 19:45:43

Six-court squash center coming to Port Chester

Port Chester's development boom is no longer just limited to new restaurants and apartment buildings. A state-of-the-art squash center run by two former international stars is coming to the ever-growing village downtown this year. The ambitious project, set to open in April, will be led by Shaun Mo

LOHUD.COM - 2018-01-20 20:02:51

Stamford PD Busts 3 On DUI Charges In 8-Hour Span

STAMFORD, CT - Within a span of eight hours, Stamford police arrested three motorists on charges of driving under the influence, examples that prompted the department to urge people to "use a designated driver or take public transportation if you choose to drink alcohol." The separate incidents took

PATCH - 2018-01-19 16:54:58

Stamford cop assault gets man three years in jail

STAMFORD-A Manhattan man who apparently injured up to three Stamford police officers during a fight outside the entrance to the Alive@Five concert in early July was sentenced to three years in jail Thursday. Lamont Holloway, 53, made an appearance at the Stamford courthouse and pleaded guilty to a s

STAMFORD ADVOCATE - 2018-01-19 14:08:32

Even with programs in place, Greenwich remains unaffordable to many

Published 1:45 pm, Saturday, January 20, 2018 GREENWICH - Natasha Ducasse says she gets all her decor from Goodwill, but that isn't really true. Her curtains are from the dollar store, and she bought her carpet off someone from the Bronx for $100 - a deal that delights her. If her whole apartment

GREENWICHTIME - 2018-01-20 18:44:17

Alleged bank fraud attempt on Greenwich Ave.

GREENWICH - A man who allegedly tried to fraudulently gain access to $36,500 in funds is now facing four criminal charges. Vincio Tavarez, 49, of Wadsworth Avenue, New York City, was apprehended at the Chase bank branch on Greenwich Avenue Wednesday afternoon. He was charged with criminal attempt at

GREENWICHTIME - 2018-01-19 13:15:50

'Explosion' in child sex trafficking tied to Internet, former prosecutor says

Westchester County, like the rest of the country, has seen an "explosion" of child sex trafficking, according to Miriam Rocah. Rocah is now a distinguished fellow in Criminal Justice at Pace University but until last year she was, since 2001, a federal prosecutor working in the southern district of


Strong Skills start for GLTHS

TYNGSBORO -- The Greater Lowell Technical High School SkillsUSA chapter officers attended the recent Massachusetts State Leadership Conference for Workplace Readiness held at the Best Western Royal Plaza and Trade Center in Marlboro. The annual event of more than 400 student officers from around th

LOWELL SUN - 2018-01-21 11:35:52

Motor vehicle crash on Concord Road sends two to the hospital: Bedford Police log

The following are excerpts from the Bedford police log for the period of Jan. 12 to Jan. 18. The log is public record and available to review. All persons are presumed innocent unless found guilty in a court of law. Friday, Jan. 12 10:09 a.m.: Police received several 911 calls about a tree blocking

WICKED LOCAL - 2018-01-19 18:45:57

Your View: Landlords want to help police make New Bedford safe

This letter is in response to Curt Brown's article of Jan. 12, "Forging a better relationship between landlords, police in New Bedford." Though we appreciated Curt Brown coming to our Greater New Bedford Landlord Association meeting on Jan. 11, (typically the first Thursday of every month at 7 p.m.

SOUTH COAST TODAY - 2018-01-21 08:01:00

Free Pizza In Melrose Today

MELROSE, MA - Breaking news! You may already know Gerry's on Main Street is opening Monday. You may not know you can swing by today until 5 and get free food! Our official review: Thumbs up. Come on by. Gerry's is next to Starbucks and across from Turner's.

PATCH - 2018-01-20 20:17:23