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Charges upgraded to first-degree murder for man accused of killing two women in Farmington

Family members of Christine Sullivan and Jenna Pellegrini will feel the pain of their absence during Thanksgiving celebrations today.DOVER - The man accused of killing two women in Farmington earlier this year has been indicted on upgraded charges of first-degree murder by a Strafford County grand

UNION LEADER - 2017-11-23 03:44:00

Farmington Police get $125,000 federal grant

FARMINGTON - The Farmington Police Department is one of several in New Hampshire to benefit from federal funding to hire additional law enforcement officers and invest in community policing efforts. The $500,000 in funding for New Hampshire, which was announced on Monday by U.S. Sens. Jeanne Shaheen

FOSTERS DAILY DEMOCRAT - 2017-11-21 14:09:47

Farmington schools welcome Recycled Percussion

FARMINGTON - Superintendent Ruth Ellen Vaughn is pleased to report that the Farmington School District hosted Recycled Percussion, a musical group that delivered a motivational message to students at Henry Wilson Memorial School and Farmington High School, as part of the district's ongoing efforts t


In Farmington: Lots of holiday events on tap

FARMINGTON - Happy Thanksgiving everyone and all the best for the holiday. In upcoming news, the Granite State Choral Society is coming to the Congregational Church for a concert. The Tree Lighting is coming up and Santa will soon be making the rounds. For details, see column. Police Department The


Farmington man charged after early Monday Rochester crash

Rochester police charged Timothy Aldus, 32, of Farmington with driving under the influence after they said he rolled his Ford F-150 early Monday and hit a tree on Salmon Falls Road. (COURTESY) ROCHESTER - A Farmington man was charged with driving under the influence after police said he rolled his


Suspect indicted on two counts of first-degree murder

DOVER - The man suspected of killing two women in Farmington in January has been indicted on two counts of first-degree murder and multiple counts of falsifying evidence, among other charges. Timothy Verrill, 35, of Dover, was arrested less than two weeks after the bodies of Christine Sullivan, 48,

FOSTERS DAILY DEMOCRAT - 2017-11-22 17:24:13

NH opens investigation into Uber hacking

MANCHESTER - The state's Consumer Protection and Anti-trust Bureau on Wednesday opened an investigation into the case of hackers stealing the personal data of 57 million customers and drivers from Uber. "We are very concerned about it and we're certainly going to inquire further," said James Boffett

UNION LEADER - 2017-11-22 21:44:00

Giving thanks for Sarah Hale

Permit me, as Editress of the "Lady's Book," to request a few minutes of your precious time, while laying before you a subject of deep interest to myself and - as I trust - even to the President of our Republic, of some importance. Editor's note: This is the text of New Hampshire resident Sarah J. H

FOSTERS DAILY DEMOCRAT - 2017-11-23 08:15:00

Latest oil and gas updates

Beeville Publishing Co. publishes oil and gas permits and completions on a weekly basis. For Goliad County for the days ofNov. 8-14,4permits were requested and/or approved and1well completions was reported. For a listing of these reports, please see this week's print issue. Beeville Publishing Co. p

MYSOUTEX.COM - 2017-11-22 15:00:00

Anonymous donation buys SWAT new gear

BEEVILLE - Police officers have ordered eight new Kevlar helmets for its special weapons and tactics team, thanks to a recent donation from a local citizen. Beeville Police Department Chief Robert Bridge said the person who wishes to remain anonymous walked into his office last week and offered to m

MYSOUTEX.COM - 2017-11-21 20:00:00

Church provides holiday food for Refugio

Members of City Church International in San Antonio will provide 100 family Thanksgiving meals to residents of Refugio. Church members assembled the turkeys and other ingredients for the meals Monday night at Refugio High School. Organizers said church members wanted to help Refugio residents during

VICTORIA ADVOCATE - 2017-11-22 03:18:00

Morrison plans to seek re-election

State Rep. Geanie W. Morrison announced Monday she plans to seek the Republican nomination for re-election. "It's been an honor to serve House District 30 for nearly 20 years," said Morrison in a written statement. As of Monday night, she had not completed the filing process, according to the Texas


At GISD in Knetl's class, it's always time of signs

GOLIAD - For just a moment, it might have been mistaken as some kind of chorus line. There, on the football field during home games, a group of students moved their hand and arms in unison. Forget the dance. They all were students in a high school language course. Tim Knetl is the instructor; the la


City of Goliad holiday closings and trash pickup schedule

All City of Goliad offices will be closed Thursday and Friday for the Thanksgiving and Black Friday holidays. The city says you should put your trash out early. Thursday trash will be picked up on Friday, November 24, 2017 and Friday trash will be picked up on Saturday, November 25, 2017.

CROSSROADSTODAY.COM - 2017-11-22 03:23:00

Kenedy PD, Karnes City PD police blotter

KENEDY - The Kenedy Police Department made six arrests from Nov. 4 through Nov. 7. Tyler Wright, 20, of San Antonio was arrested Nov. 4 on charges of evading arrest, possession of a controlled substance and reckless driving.. Jorge Casas, 33, of Three Rivers was arrested Nov. 5 on charges of publi


Locked away from life: Blind Justice

Jamal Cox was 29 years old when St. Tammany Parish deputies say he fled from them on a dirt bike in a quiet Slidell subdivision. The chase lasted less than 10 seconds, covering barely more than a block. Deputies say Cox ditched the motorcycle after crashing into an empty parked school bus, jumped

WWL-TV - 2017-11-23 04:20:17

Governor's office staffer resigns amid sexual harassment allegations

BATON ROUGE, La- Governor John Bel Edwards' staff member is gone in the wake of an investigation into alleged sexual harassment. Our sister station WBRZ reports former "Deputy Chief of Staff of Programs and Planning" Johnny Anderson, was targeted for a number of sexual harassment accusations. The re

WGNO.COM - 2017-11-23 10:55:52

Pelicans overcome slow start to beat the Spurs

New Orleans -- The Pelicans trailed 17-2 to start the game, but slowly chipped-away at the Spurs lead to go-on to win the game 107-90. They out-scored San Antonio 31-13 in the second quarter to take an 8-point lead into the locker room, and then out-scored them 37-17 in the third. "Obviously we star

WGNO.COM - 2017-11-23 05:02:40

Big news about the Wheel of Justice

METAIRIE, LA -- Since it's Thanksgiving time, we thought we'd say thanks to all the police officers and sheriff's deputies who have worked hard to send criminals to jail. And another round of applause goes to all the neighbors and concerned citizens who saw something suspicious and phoned in a tip t

WGNO.COM - 2017-11-23 04:45:57

Pizza headlines Thanksgiving Eve dinner menu

Many New Orleanians got off work Wednesday evening, the night before Thanksgiving, and ran over to their favorite pizza joint to grab some pies. It's a tradition in some families that have spent the day cooking pots of food for Thanksgiving. At the end of the day you still have to eat, and instead

WDSU - 2017-11-23 04:41:00