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NH 'Jeopardy!' contestant's run ends on wrong answer to music-related question

EPPING - A New Hampshire attorney's run on the television quiz show 'Jeopardy!' this week ended on a wrong note Tuesday night, after incorrectly answering a music-related question. Eric Maher of Epping, an attorney with the New Hampshire law firm of Donahue, Tucker & Ciandella, defeated returning 'J

UNION LEADER - 2017-11-23 06:10:00

Epping man victorious on Jeopardy!

EPPING After 18 months passed and the phone didn't ring, Eric Maher thought his Jeopardy! audition didn't make the cut. Taking the initial test in April 2015, he received an audition for the classic trivia game show in Boston. Maher was told if he was selected for a stint on the show, he would know

SEACOAST ONLINE - 2017-11-22 21:11:42

Say It Isn't So, Beth

Atkinson's Beth George, above, with her two trusty helpers Lila and Theo George, seem to be looking ahead to high profile (and powered) sno-throwers, just in case the neighborhood squirrels and Old Farmers Almanac are right about an extremely snowy winter. The machine would be a surprise for hubby B

CARRIAGETOWNENEWS.COM - 2017-11-22 14:59:00

'Caring Is Our Business'

The Hampstead Knights of Columbus No.9058 conducted their annual Tootsie Roll Drive to benefit the disabled. Veteran Knight John Cussen, pictured, greeted residents with a smile and a Tootsie Roll in Plaistow. The Hampstead Knights of Columbus No.9058 conducted their annual Tootsie Roll Drive to be

CARRIAGETOWNENEWS.COM - 2017-11-22 14:57:00

Candy and Toothbrushes Donated to Troops

Core Pediatric Dentistry collected unwanted candy from patients and other community members during the week following Halloween, and put together 18 boxes totaling 414 pounds to ship to American military troops overseas through Operation Gratitude. This was the largest collection since the dental of

CARRIAGETOWNENEWS.COM - 2017-11-22 14:54:00

Pinkerton Freshmen Hold Food Drive to Help Struggling Families

Pinkerton Academy freshmen Zach Bennett and Nicholas Burke helped sort through the items gathered on Friday afternoon for a food drive benefiting the "End 68 Hours of Hunger" campaign. Full Image Below Photo by Chris Paul Pinkerton Academy freshmen Zach Bennett and Nicholas Burke helped sort through

NUTFIELDNEWS.NET - 2017-11-23 08:00:00

My Turn: Sarah Josepha Hale, the godmother of Thanksgiving

Sarah Josepha Hale, best known as the author of “Mary Had a Little Lamb,” should be better known for giving us a national Thanksgiving holiday. According to Time magazine “her lobbying effort to make Thanksgiving a (national) holiday can be traced back to a passage in her 1827 novel Northwood.” The

CONCORD MONITOR - 2017-11-23 08:00:00

Buttonwoods hosts 16th annual Festival of Trees

AMANDA SABGA/Staff photoThe opening of Haverhill's annual festival of Trees at the Buttonwoods Museum in 2015 had more than 100 trees and wreaths decorated with everything from earrings to toys. Amanda Sabga TIM JEAN/Staff photoHaverhill historian Tom Spitalere prepares a tree for the grand opening

HAVERHILL GAZETTE - 2017-11-23 07:00:00

Police Searching for Two Suspects Related to a String of Burglaries in Delaware

DOVER, Del. -- Delaware State Police are asking for the public's help in identifying two suspects involved in several burglaries in Milford, Milton and Dover. According to Delaware State Police, the two suspects forced their way into Shore Stop located on South Street in Dover back on August 10th.

WBOC - 2017-11-23 05:16:00

Sea Turtle Released in Orange Beach After 4 Month Rehabilitation

ORANGE BEACH, Ala. (WKRG) - Monday morning was full of cheer on the shores of Orange Beach when a creature of the sea was returned to it's home. Guill, an endangered Kemp's ridley sea turtle, was released into the Gulf of Mexico near the Perdido Pass bridge. Guill was found barely clinging to life o

WKRG - 2017-11-22 05:48:35

Guns in church - ECSO offers training for houses of worship

A seemingly constant stream of multiple shootings in the nation's churches has prompted the Escambia County Sheriff's Office to offer training that will help local houses of worship become better prepared if such an incident were to occur here. "In view of all the shooting that has been going on in

ATMORENEWS.COM - 2017-11-22 11:02:51

One Suspect Connected to Three Murders in Atmore

ATMORE, Ala. (WKRG) - Three murders in Atmore over the Spring and Summer have a unique connection. Police believe they are all tied to one person who is now in the Escambia County Jail on two capital murder charges. A violent home invasion murder that happened inside an Atmore home in August, was th


Alabama Libertarians Holding 2018 Convention in Atmore

The Alabama Libertarian Party is holding its 2018 convention at Wind Creek in Atmore. Here's a news release from the organization: The Libertarian Party of Alabama will hold its 2018 State Convention March 2nd through 4th, 2018, at the WindCreek Hotel and Casino in Atmore, AL. The Convention kicks


Police: Suspects Stole $1,700 Worth of Electronics From Bay Minette Walmart

BAY MINETTE, Ala. (WKRG) - The Bay Minette Police Department is asking for the public's assistance in identifying three people who are suspected of stealing approximately $1,700 worth of electronics from Walmart on November 18. According to Bay Minette Police, the first suspect is the black male see


School Lunch Taste Test: Hayley Minogue tries school lunches

MOBILE, Ala. (WKRG) Love it or hate it, everyone has memories of their school lunch experience. News 5 receives photos all the time from our viewers begging us to look into what children eat or don't eat at lunch. Hayley Minogue investigated, eating more than a dozen lunches in three different count

WKRG - 2017-11-22 00:17:31

Mobile police given discretion for non-drug, non-violent ticket writing

MOBILE - The Mobile City Council on Tuesday voted unanimously to amend the Mobile City Code to allow certain non-drug and non-violent offenses to be charged by issuance of an Alabama Uniform Nontraffic Citation and Complaint (UNTCC). Under this amendment, police officers will have the discretion of


Barnwell Primary School student remembered

Javian Hayward's classmates made pins out of puzzle pieces to remember him. Barnwell Primary School is missing a piece of its puzzle after the death of Javian Hayward. The 8-year-old died on Nov. 13 from injuries he sustained two days earlier from a wreck that occurred in Aiken County. His mother a

THEPEOPLESENTINEL.COM - 2017-11-22 23:06:47

Deloach appointed to D19 board

The Barnwell District 19 School Board will soon be full again. During their Nov. 13 meeting, the board unanimously approved appointing Bill Deloach to the seat vacated three months prior by George Fickling, who resigned over issues he had with board members. After two previous attempts to be electe

THEPEOPLESENTINEL.COM - 2017-11-22 22:57:18

Students, various agencies participate in drill

A "patient" is taken by EMS to a helicopter ambulance during a recent disaster drill held at the Barnwell County Airport. Over 100 people participated in a large-scale disaster drill on Nov. 15 in Barnwell County. The drill simulated a 6.2-magnitude earthquake centered in Barnwell. The drill "assum

THEPEOPLESENTINEL.COM - 2017-11-22 23:04:50

Towns, county hold civil but direct meeting

A meeting was held Thursday, Nov. 16 without lawyers in a neutral site between four governmental entities that have been at odds for several years. The Barnwell County Council met with the mayors and at least one councilman from each of the municipalities of Barnwell, Blackville and Williston. They

THEPEOPLESENTINEL.COM - 2017-11-22 23:05:38