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Students Of The Quarter At NCCA

North Country Charter Academy in Littleton, N.H. and Lancaster, N.H. recently announced those students named as the first "Students of the Quarter" for the 2017-2018 academic year. Reilly McGuire started attending North Country Charter Academy (NCCA) in Littleton in November 2016. He came from Lisbo

CALEDONIAN RECORD-NEWS - 2017-11-20 10:00:00


Student and parent volunteers are ready for the Lyndon Town School annual Monster Mash, held recently. This year the event was planned by Marsha Sutherland's Enrichment class of sixth-, seventh- and eighth-grade students. The group planned and organized the events, ordered the supplies online, desig

CALEDONIAN RECORD-NEWS - 2017-11-20 10:00:00


For the second year, seventh- and eighth-grade students at Thaddeus Stevens School in Lyndon Center visited their partner school in Hamburg, Germany - Modern Schule Hamburg. The students stayed with host families for 12 days, attending classes at school half days and touring the sites in the afterno

CALEDONIAN RECORD-NEWS - 2017-11-20 10:00:00

Gilmanton Food Pantry preps for Adopt-A-Child

GILMANTON - The Gilmanton Food Pantry wants to congratulate all the Scouts in Gilmanton, and their families, for a successful "Scouting for Food" drive on Saturday, Nov. 4. Thanks to their efforts and all the people who put out food (despite some not having power for a week), the Gilmanton Food Pant

LACONIADAILYSUN.COM - 2017-11-20 08:00:00

Blue Mountain Union High School And Middle School

Blue Mountain Union School in Wells River, Vt. recently announced those students in middle school and high school that have achieved the honor roll for the first quarter of the 2017-2018 academic year. High School High Honors Seniors: Tyler Carbee, Devyn Farley, Bryannah Heywood, Alan Hoang, Tyler M

CALEDONIAN RECORD-NEWS - 2017-11-20 10:00:00

News Travels: Paper's Report Aids Researcher's Effort On International Murder Mystery

The front page of The Caledonian-Record on Nov. 1, 1948, shows a picture of Irving Ross and his wife, Clara, who owned a home in East Hardwick. The photos accompanied a story about the murder of Mr. Ross in Vienna. A current research project is underway to get answers surrounding the death of Mr. Ro


Campton man dies in I-93 crash in snow squall

MEREDITH - A 46-year-old Campton man died early Monday morning when his van slid off Interstate 93 and crashed into a tree. State Police Troop D reported that Robert Chamberlain was southbound in his 2004 Chevrolet van between exits 23 and 22 when snow squalls passed through the area, leaving roads

LACONIADAILYSUN.COM - 2017-11-20 08:00:00

The Junior League of Morristown Aims to Make Poverty Unfashionable by Participating in "Little Black Dress Initiative"

MORRISTOWN, NJ - The Little Black Dress Initiative, sponsored by the Junior League of Morristown hoped to shed light on the invisible poverty that is within our community. In its second year, the initiative's goal is to raise awareness and funds to help lift the burden carried by the vulnerable in o

TAPINTO.NET - 2017-11-20 01:12:00

Morristown police collect bounty of food to fill Interfaith Food Pantry shelves

Morristown Police P.B.A. ran a Fill A Cruiser campaign to collect food and cash donations for the Interfaith Food Pantry of Morris County. Peggy Wright MORRISTOWN - A town police car was brimming Sunday with the bounty of donated foods less than two hours after members of Morristown Police Departme

DAILY RECORD - 2017-11-19 20:19:30

Police chase in ends in fiery fatal crash

A police chase in Union County ended Sunday afternoon with a fiery crash that killed the driver, authorities said. Few details were immediately available, but authorities confirmed the driver being sought by police died shortly after crashing into a building in Springfield. It was unclear why the d

NJ.COM - 2017-11-20 00:10:46

DACA supporters stage a Thanksgiving week hunger strike

DACA was rescinded last week and DREAMERS and their allies, as well as some lawmakers are vowing to fight to for legislation that will offer permanent protection from deportation nearly 800,000 undocumented immigrants who came to the country as children without permanent legal status. Monsy Alvarad

NORTHJERSEY.COM - 2017-11-20 19:50:41

Last 3 of 5 who violently robbed scrap metal yard are sentenced

The last three of the five men who violently robbed a scrap metal yard in Elizabeth three years ago were sentenced to prison terms of at least 22 years on Friday. Shoplifter fleeing Target dies in fiery crash Rafael Clemmons, 30, of Irvington received 25 years while Newark residents Steven Chambers,

NJ.COM - 2017-11-20 17:57:27

Chris Christie road dedication: What they said

PARSIPPANY - About 100 people, most of them public officials, gathered on a cold and windy Monday afternoon at Central Park of Morris County, where an access road was dedicated to Gov. Chris Christie. The yet-to-be-built Chris Christie Drive will be an access road to the park, which boasts annual at

DAILY RECORD - 2017-11-20 22:13:55

Chris Christie gets road named after himself

What's next - the Chris Christie Memorial Beach? The final stretch of Christie's governorship took a bizarre turn Monday, when the deeply unpopular outgoing New Jersey pol - whose aides deliberately created gridlock to the George Washington Bridge - broke ground on "Governor Chris Christie Drive." T

NEW YORK POST - 2017-11-20 22:12:28

Knicks have Garden crowd to thank for overachieving

On full display at Madison Square Garden, all game, all night, were all the elements that have established these Knicks as the city's most intriguing nightly show. There was Kristaps Porzingis, still scuffling, but still scoring 25. The other four starters also reached double-figures. Carmelo Antho

NEW YORK POST - 2017-11-21 05:20:13

25th annual 'Winterfest of Lights' kicks off Ocean City holiday season

Now celebrating its 25th year, Ocean City's Winterfest of Lights, which will extend through December 31, officially kicked off the resort town's holiday season. Published by Reed Shelton Ocean City's Winterfest of Lights, now celebrating its 25th anniversary, has officially kicked off the holiday s

DELMARVA NOW - 2017-11-20 13:06:57

Ocean City's dilemma is how to maximize tourism profit, ease burden on locals: Editorial

Ocean City was a sleepy winter ghost town in the past. The resort may have just 7,000 year-round residents now, but it's a far cry from sleepy in the colder months. Maryland's only seaside resort swells to 300,000 or more on busy summer weekends, making it the state's second-largest municipality at

DELMARVA NOW - 2017-11-19 10:15:08

OC Mayor Working With Aquarium On Marine Animal Rescue Facility Concept

Photo by Chris Parypa OCEAN CITY - While the future of Ocean City's eventual model block remains uncertain, Mayor Rick Meehan has been working behind the scenes on a potential project that could separate the downtown area from other resort areas. For several years, the town has been working closely

THE DISPATCH - 2017-11-20 20:54:35

It's Official: Carozza To Give Up Delegate Seat For Senate Run

Gov. Larry Hogan, Delegate Mary Beth Carozza and Evan Oglesby are pictured at Sunday's announcement event. Photo by Charlene Sharpe OCEAN CITY - Delegate Mary Beth Carozza made her plan to challenge incumbent Sen. Jim Mathias in 2018 official with a special announcement Sunday. The Republican Carozz

THE DISPATCH - 2017-11-20 17:41:34

Former Decatur star setting high goals in second year with UMES basketball

Fred Batchelor walked into Dstinct Dsigns Barbershop in Berlin more than two years ago, set to get his usual haircut. Sitting in his chair as his barber snipped and clipped parts of his hair, the Stephen Decatur basketball teams quickly became the topic of conversation. Both the girls and boys bask

DELMARVA NOW - 2017-11-20 11:00:03