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All Day, Every Day At The Meat Department

ALLIANCE - As Terry Girard, manager of the Meat Department at Grocery Kart, demonstrated how to properly cut the perfect size roast before a customer opened the door and simply stated, "I would like to buy a whole prime rib." At that moment, the customer is taken to the back to pick out the perfect

ALLIANCETIMES.COM - 2017-12-16 15:00:00

Always Wanted To Work With The Main Street Players?

ALLIANCE - "We don't expect you to be Meryl Streep," Elaine Bleisch, artistic director of the Main Street Players, stated with a giggle. Those who have considered acting and helping with the Main Street Players, this is the meeting to attend. The Main Street Players are hosting their annual membersh

ALLIANCETIMES.COM - 2017-12-16 15:00:00

38 Years Of Service - Digmann Retires From Alliance Police Department

ALLIANCE - "You get to do it all," Alliance Police Department Sergeant Joe Digmann commented this past week on the advantages of being a career officer in Alliance. Friday was his final day before retiring from the APD after 38 years. Digmann served much of his career with Marty Patrick, also an APD

ALLIANCETIMES.COM - 2017-12-16 14:00:00

Celebrating 46 Years Of Community Service - 'It's Been An Honor And A Privilege'

Alliance Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Susan Unzicker presents a gift to Mark Anderson, who retired as the employment services manager for the Department of Labor in Alliance last week. Jill Langemeier, a longtime coworker with Anderson, later presented a gift from staff. ALLIANCE - "I've a

ALLIANCETIMES.COM - 2017-12-16 14:00:00

Love For Christmas Decorations Leads To Large Nutcracker Collection

Lois Robertson stands near part of her large collection of Nutcrackers as she holds one of her most cherished figurine that was given to her by her son Shane Hood who passed away in 2013 after battling brain cancer. ALLIANCE - Legend has it that a nutcracker represents power and strength often serv

ALLIANCETIMES.COM - 2017-12-16 00:21:00

Board approves School within a School program

Beginning with the second semester of this school year, Hemingford School District #10 will begin its "School within a School" program for grades 9-12. The program, which was introduced to the Hemingford School District #10 Board of Education during their November meeting, was approved by the board


Many helped Old Erie Canal Heritage Park succeed in first year

On November 4th, the Port Byron Old Erie Canal Heritage Park celebrated its first annual end of the season "get together. Many people helped make this celebration possible. During our first full season, we welcomed over 18,000 visitors from the New York State Thruway and from the community entrance.

CITIZEN ONLINE - 2017-12-16 18:00:00

11th Annual Chirstmas Cookie Sale

United Church of Auburn United Church of Auburn located at 77 Metcalf Drive, Auburn will be hosting the 11th Annual Incredible Christmas Cookie Sale on Saturday, December 16th from 9 am - Noon. This year we will offer prepared plates of assorted cookies baked with love by Awesome Church Ladies. Deco

FINGER LAKES TIMES - 2017-12-16 17:00:00

Salvage: What makes local theater so special

There is nothing more exciting than sitting in a dark theater, looking at the stage with anticipation, and waiting for the performance to begin. There is one thing, however, that can make this experience even more fascinating: when the actors are people you know, and you get to watch them transform

CITIZEN ONLINE - 2017-12-16 05:30:00

Generosity helped Auburn pantry make Christmas brighter

Upon working at First Love Food Pantry at the end November, it was brought to my attention that due to lack of funding not everyone would be given a Christmas Basket to enjoy with their families. I began to think about how I could raise money to help people at their time of need. I announced on Face

CITIZEN ONLINE - 2017-12-16 20:00:00

Point Place Casino hiring more than 200 positions

Rendering photos of what Point Place Casino is expected to look like / Photo courtesy: Oneida Nation The coming Point Place Casino in Bridgeport plans to hire more than 200 full-and part-time workers when it opens in the spring. According to the casino organizers, those positions include those at th


Eco Talk: Tips for Christmas tree selection, disposal

Ever since Thanksgiving weekend, not a day goes by when I don't see several vehicles with a Christmas tree carefully secured to it. So that must mean the holiday season is fast approaching. If you are still thinking about getting a fresh tree, keep in mind that there are several local farms producin


Despite a century of salt mining, Cargill getting local pushback on environmental issues

Cayuga Lake may not be seeing much activity on its surface lately as Ithaca's temperatures continue to fall, but deep under the lake's shore more than 200 employees continue to operate a 13,000-acre salt mine. And, in the courtroom, things are only heating up: Environmental action group Cayuga Lake


Club partners with local fair-trade store for holiday sale

Fuschia, turquoise and lime-colored scarves lie on a table, and next to them, a plethora of homemade jewelry is organized by size, all for sale. Students stop by between the rush of classes to browse the handmade items on display. These items, which have been transported from around the globe, are f


Woman says 'officer' pulled her over, made racial remarks, but Cary police say it wasn't one of theirs

(CBS North Carolina) CARY, N.C. (WNCN) - Cary police say none of their officers were involved in a traffic stop Thursday in which a biracial woman says an officer called her a "half-breed." Hannah Charette said a man claiming to be a police officer in an unmarked car pulled her over along Northwe

WNCN.COM - 2017-12-16 04:13:22

Chancellors of most NC public universities given pay raises

Three-quarters of the chancellors running North Carolina's public universities are getting a raise. The News Observer of Raleigh reports the biggest pay bump goes to Carol Folt, who runs the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Her 6 percent salary increase approved Friday adds an extra $36,

RALEIGH NEWS & OBSERVER - 2017-12-16 20:40:00

Jaccob Slavin scores in OT, Hurricanes top Sabres 5-4

Jaccob Slavin scored 2:15 into overtime to give the Carolina Hurricanes a 5-4 victory over the Buffalo Sabres on Friday night. Jordan Staal, Derek Ryan, Elias Lindstrom, Justin Williams and Slavin each had a goal and an assist to help the Hurricanes win their second in a row to close out a season-lo

RALEIGH NEWS & OBSERVER - 2017-12-16 03:04:00

22-year-old man shot in chest in Harnett County

Angier, N.C. - A 22-year-old man was shot in the chest Saturday afternoon in what police are calling a "domestic incident." Deputies responded to a home at 2662 Oak Grove Church Rd. in Angier. Officials say Cody Braxton entered the residence and was shot by a female who lived there, authorities said

WRAL - 2017-12-16 21:48:00

Man wounded in shooting while visiting ex-girlfriend in Angier, deputies say

ANGIER, N.C. (WNCN) - Harnett County authorities say that a young man was shot during a domestic incident on Saturday afternoon. The incident happened around 1:35 p.m. at 2662 Oak Grove Church Road in Angier, according to a news release from the Harnett County Sheriff's Office. The shooting happened

WNCN.COM - 2017-12-16 21:55:13

Cary Town Council: Weldon Ridge, Sams-Jones House and More

Cary, NC - The latest Cary Town Council meeting saw extensive discussion on the Weldon Ridge PDD Amendment to rearrange the position of schools and residential units, as well as a vote on the Sams-Jones House lease, funding for new sidewalks and more.Weldon Ridge PDD Amendment The item that took the

CARYCITIZEN.COM - 2017-12-15 18:05:46