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Holiday Project makes Christmas brighter for families

The Christmas spirit was very much alive inside the Martin Community Center, in Marshall, on Thursday, Dec. 14, during The Saline County Holiday Project. Every room was filled with donations and families were shopping in preparation for Christmas. Many volunteers donated their time to help set up an

MARSHALL DEMOCRAT-NEWS - 2017-12-15 06:00:00

Trash becomes hot commodity for Wednesday pick-up crew

A crew on a RTS Waste Services truck had a unique afternoon Wednesday, Dec. 13, when they were running a regular route on state Highway 20 and a fire broke out in the rear compartment of the truck. According to a Marshall Fire Department report, MFD crews opened and dumped part of the load on the gr

MARSHALL DEMOCRAT-NEWS - 2017-12-15 06:00:00

1 charged with delivery after Odell traffic stop

The Saline County Prosecutor charged a Boonville man with a class C felony and multiple other charges after the man was pulled over on Odell Avenue in Marshall. A probable cause statement indicated a Marshall police officer pulled a car over when he observed a non-working tail light Saturday night,

MARSHALL DEMOCRAT-NEWS - 2017-12-15 06:00:00

School Menus Dec. 18-Dec. 20

Marshall Elementary Schools Monday Breakfast: Pancakes with syrup; Sausage biscuit; Cereal or oatmeal; yogurt, apple. Lunch: Hot dog on a bun, french fries with ketchup; Cobb salad, blueberry muffin; fresh garden salad, mandarin oranges. Tuesday Breakfast: Baked omelet; Strawberry shortcake biscui

MARSHALL DEMOCRAT-NEWS - 2017-12-15 06:00:00

MHS vice principal shares new learning program with Board of Education

Marshall High School Vice Principal Ian Verts shared information about a learning academy program to the Marshall Board of Education during its meeting Thursday afternoon, Dec. 14. "As you may remember, Dr. Maher had charged the high school administration team with looking at some reforms," he said

MARSHALL DEMOCRAT-NEWS - 2017-12-15 06:00:00

Playful pooches make appearances at library story time

Story times at Marshall Public Library have recently included new friends, such as this Great Pyrenees puppy playing with Page and Elizabeth Bellamys granddaughter Tuesday morning, Dec. 12. The lovable canines have been visiting with children at various story groups in an effort to educate children


Van Diest Company talks safety at LEPC meeting

Stuart Hooper, a representative from Van Diest Supply Co., presented an overview of a Tier II facility the company owns in Marshall during the Local Emergency Planning Committee meeting Wednesday afternoon, Dec. 13. In addition, LEPC Chair Tom Jones reported on the National Emergency Preparedness Co


Marshall Kiwanis Club holds December meeting

The Marshall Kiwanis Club held its regular meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 12, at the Community Bank on the Marshall square. Following the Pledge of Allegiance led by Mary Mark-Kelz, and prayer offered by Al Sturhahn, club President Gave Ramsey conducted the meeting with 22 members present. Guest Curtis

MARSHALL DEMOCRAT-NEWS - 2017-12-15 06:00:00

Bronx Zoo holds holiday celebration for veterans and families

Friends and family of veterans were invited to the Bronx Zoo Saturday to celebrate the holidays. The zoo holds the event as a way to say thank you to veterans and their families. Children at the celebration were given gifts. Leanna Diaz's cousin is a Marine stationed in California and she says his s

NEWS 12 - 2017-12-17 01:49:00

Committee confirms staffer faces probe amid Bronx Councilman Andy King sexual harassment claims

Councilman Andy King was hit with a sexual harassment complaint two years ago, charging he made sexual advances toward a staffer and got her fired when she turned him down.(Jefferson Siegel/New York Daily News) A City Council committee, after a closed-door meeting Friday, confirmed an investigation

NY DAILY NEWS - 2017-12-15 22:06:20

Bronx City Councilman Andy King accused of sexual misconduct by staffer: reports

THE BRONX - Bronx City Councilman Andy King has been accused by a staffer of making inappropriate and sexually suggestive comments to her, according to multiple reports. King is a five-year council member who has focused on issues of civil rights and young people, but Friday morning he is expected t

PIX11.COM - 2017-12-15 12:11:24

Cuomo, Bronx pols debut support center for substance abusers' families

(From l.) Odyssey House COO John Tavolacci, Odyssey House President Peter Provet, Odyssey House recovery coach Jesse Westbrook, Lt. Gov. Kathleen Hochu, OASAS Commissioner Arlene Gonzlez-Snchez, state Assemblyman Victor Pichard, Odyssey House Director of Outpatient Services Mary Callahan and Communi


Bronx man allegedly poses as Hempstead attorney, steals more than $30,000 from immigrant clients

Efrain Vargas (Nassau County District Attorney) MINEOLA, N.Y. - A 62-year-old Bronx man allegedly pretended to be an immigration lawyer and used his fake job to steal more than $30,000 from immigrants hoping to establish residency in the U.S., prosecutors said. Efrain Vargas told clients in Hempstea


Rikers Island inmates indicted in beating of Department of Correction captain on Thanksgiving, Bronx DA says

Fifteen Rikers Island inmates have been indicted for carrying out a planned assault on a city Department of Correction captain on Thanksgiving Day, Bronx District Attorney Darcel Clark announced Thursday. The attack was an act of retaliation, according to Clark, after Capt. Awais Ghauri used pepper


Yonkers woman gets 10 years for dropping newborn from Bronx window

A Yonkers woman has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for dropping her newborn out of a seventh-floor Bronx apartment window, killing her. Jennifer Berry, 35, pleaded guilty to manslaughter in the September 2015 death. She pleaded guilty to manslaughter instead of a murder charge, for which she w


NYPD: Suspects Impersonated Cops During Bronx Robberies

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) - Police on Thursday were searching for two suspects who allegedly impersonated police officers as they robbed people in the Bronx. The first incident happened around 2:30 a.m. Monday, Nov. 20, police said. A 31-year-old man was inside an apartment building at Westchester and B


Spaulding wrestlers pick up a pair of wins

Wrestlers compete during a four-team meet at Spaulding High School in Barre. SUBMITTED PHOTO BARRE - Essex claimed top honors, but Spaulding walked away with victories over Middlebury and Harwood during the Crimson Tide's first home meet of the season. Freshman Evan Kerin (113 pounds), junior Hunter

TIMES-ARGUS - 2017-12-16 02:55:00

The Lowe Down: You can always come home

Ignat Solzhenitsyn returned to his roots last Saturday, Dec. 9, performing a masterful solo piano recital at the Brattleboro Music Center in honor of his beginnings. The concert honored Chonghyo Kim, his childhood piano teacher and a longtime member of the BMC faculty, and they both had reason to be

RUTLAND HERALD - 2017-12-16 02:02:34

'A Christmas Carol': A new holiday musical by Vermont Youth Theater

There have been well over a dozen adaptations of "A Christmas Carol" on film alone (including "Bah Humduck! A Looney Tunes Christmas") and countless others on the stage, inspired by the spooky holiday tale of one man's unlikely change of heart. "There must be hundreds of versions," actor Bill Carmic

RUTLAND HERALD - 2017-12-16 02:10:10

'Fire Burning in Snow': Discovering 17th-century Latin America

For its annual Christmas concerts, the Onion River Chorus is traveling into new territory, 17th-century Latin America. "Of this program, I had heard one piece before," explained Richard Riley, who is guest conducting. "The rest was just from crawling around YouTube, and where that took me. That's ho

RUTLAND HERALD - 2017-12-16 02:08:11