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Guess Hoo-Hoo-Hooo is Back in Clark

The owl found in Clark in August has made a full recovery and was released into town last month.Credits: John Pingor John Pingor (r) with Jonathan Renelle (c) after releasing owl from net and turning it over to animal rescue worker for care.Credits: John Pingor CLARK, NJ - It is Thanksgiving week an

TAPINTO.NET - 2017-11-22 23:33:00

Billy Crudup seductive in quietly creepy 'Harry Clarke' — theater review

Untrue Brit: "I've gotten on a ride I can't get off," says Harry Clarke, played by Billy Crudup.(Carol Rosegg) Is it identity theft if you choose to live as someone you're not? The question occurred to me during David Cale's slyly seductive and quietly creepy solo play "Harry Clarke," at the Vineya

NY DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-22 03:00:00

Emilia Clarke Doesn't Care What You Think About All the Nudity on 'Game of Thrones'

Yes, HBO's Game ofThrones features quite a bit of nudity, especially among its main cast. Emilia Clarke's Daenerys Targaryen has been showcased in her birthday suit more than once throughout the show's run. But the series isn't just "tits and dragons" as guest star Ian McShane once described it. At


Hehnly Elementary School student celebrate fall with a feast

Second graders at Hehnly Elementary School in Clark celebrated fall with a feast. The feast coincided with the end of a unit on manners. In addition to learning manners, students learned how to properly set a table. Students came to school dressed for the feast and had an opportunity to set their ow

NJ.COM - 2017-11-23 17:05:08

Congregation Beth Israel donates over 200 winter coats

Congregation Beth Israel in Scotch Plains collected close to 200 winter coats, which were donated to the non-profit community-based organization, Jersey Cares, for distribution to men, women and children in need throughout the state. The synagogue conducted a six-week coat drive, during which congr

NJ.COM - 2017-11-23 00:56:45

JFS CNJ Gala Dinner Dance Planned for November 29

The Jewish Family Service of Central New Jersey (JFSCNJ) Gala Dinner Dance will be held Wednesday evening, November 29, at the Crystal Plaza in Livingston. The dinner is the main fundraising event that benefits the agency's work on behalf of the community. The program will be highlighted by a specia

JEWISHLINKNJ.COM - 2017-11-22 23:59:59

Artist creates paeans to nature in multiple media

Artist Kat Block has packed the gallery space at Temple B'nai Jeshurun in Short Hills with her "Mania." The exhibit features more than 30 of the Springfield artist's recent celebrations of nature in collages, watercolors, gouache, and graphite. "My goal for the show," she said, "is to leave you feel

MYCENTRALJERSEY.COM - 2017-11-23 14:00:02

Charles Manson’s grandson seeks 'another way' to bury cult leader after GoFundMe shuts down campaign

Charles Manson's grandson isn't giving up his plan to claim and bury the mass murderer, even after GoFundMe pulled the plug on his fundraising website Thursday. "If we can't raise money with GoFundMe, we'll find another way. It will definitely be a group effort. It's not just one person, it's a lo

NY DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-23 19:01:09

4 injured in Princeton Road wreck

Four people were injured in a wreck Monday morning on Princeton Road at Eagle Way. Anissa Medina, 23, Elkton, was on Eagle Way and attempted to turn onto Princeton Road. She turned into the path of Jessica Hite, 31, Cadiz, who was traveling the opposite direction on Eagle Way, according to a Hopkins


Morgan's, Lakeland host holiday service

More than 100 people from in and around the community took part in a Holiday Service of Remembrance organized by Morgan's Funeral Home and Lakeland Chapel.FURNISHED PHOTO The owners and staff of Morgan's Funeral Home and Lakeland Chapel hosted their second annual Holiday Service of Remembrance on Fr

PRINCETON TIMES LEADER - 2017-11-22 06:00:00

Cookie Walk planners continue preparations

Local baker Julie Wright is sharing one of her favorite cookie recipes she often prepares for the annual Cookies for a Cause cookie walk to benefit the Caldwell County Free Clinic. This year's cookie walk is planned for Friday, Dec. 1, from 4-7 p.m., and Saturday, Dec. 2, from 9-10:30 a.m. at the Ch

PRINCETON TIMES LEADER - 2017-11-22 06:00:00

Cash Express plans holiday collection

Cash Express of Princeton will sponsor its 13th annual coat and toy drive for local children through Dec. 15, and a Stuff the Cruiser event is planned for Dec. 2. "We are pairing up with our local food bank and family resource center to become a blessing to families in our community," said Kayla Joh

PRINCETON TIMES LEADER - 2017-11-22 06:00:00

Kentucky in the dark about effects of cable cutting

The Messenger-Inquirer Every month, when the cable or satellite bill arrives, an itemized note lets customers know how much they're being billed to help the cable company pay the city or county for use of land and infrastructure. This telecommunication tax -- sometimes called a franchise fee -- is c


Locals arrested by area law enforcement

The following reports were released by the Dawson Springs Police Department: Darrian Patterson, 20, Dawson Springs, was charged November 14, with operating a motor vehicle without a drivers license. Ricky E. Parrish, 56, Dawson Springs, was charged November 15, with 1st degree execution of a Hopki


Inmates, others praised for cemetery restoration

Richard P'Pool, an Army veteran trained in headstone restoration, gives an impromptu tour of the historic Riverview Cemetery near the Kentucky State Penitentiary in Eddyville. P'Pool has worked with inmates and others at the prison to re-erect about 50 markers and repair between 25 and 30 headstones


Citizens gather at board meeting

Amy Elam addresses the Dawson Springs School Board on Monday night, Nov. 20. The school board conference room and the agenda were pretty full on Monday night for the Dawson Springs Independent Schools regular board meeting. About a dozen people showed up in support of Ethan Garrison, a senior who wa


Cafe owner wants to connect with customers

SUNBURY - Jaime Cross took a sip of the hot chocolate she picked up from the new cafe, Little Addy's, in Sunbury on Tuesday morning. "I like it a lot," said Cross, 35, of Trevorton. "You can tell it isn't powdered drink mix. It's real." Little Addy's Cafe owner Tammy Koonsman held the grand opening

DAILY ITEM - 2017-11-22 13:00:00

Thankful for ... A Marine's legacy Daughter carries out wish of Toys for Tots collections

STEPHANIE BETTICK/STAFF PHOTO Joan Ryan, of Mount Carmel, started collecting for Toys for Tots in honor of her father five years ago and has become one of the most successful collectors in the region. She poses here at the collection site inside the Mount Carmel Borough building. MOUNT CARMEL - When

NEWSITEM.COM - 2017-11-23 08:00:00

Collie gets 2,206 votes, wins first Pet of the Year

SHAMOKIN - A beautiful collie named Lancer will grace the cover of The News-Item's inaugural pet calendar. Lancer, owned by Nancy Kovnas, of Elysburg, was the top vote-getter (2,206 votes) in a contest to determine the cover pet and one for each month of the calendar year. There were thousands of v

NEWSITEM.COM - 2017-11-23 08:00:00

Council backs federal grants for after-school program, streets

City Council gave its approval to a $1.1 million Community Development budget for 2018, a spending program that primarily uses money from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development toward improving the lives of lower-income residents and gives to services that provide programs to those ind

WILLIAMSPORT SUN-GAZETTE - 2017-11-23 08:00:00