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Children's author will sign new book at Willingboro library

WILLINGBORO - The Willingboro Public Library at 220 Willingboro Parkway is having a "Meet the Author" event featuring Janene Kettrell Onyango at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 30. Onyango will sign copies of her book, "The Chronicles of Solomon's Daughter," which will be available for sale. Refreshments will


Burned body found on top of train at Philadelphia station

PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Authorities say a burned body was found on top of a SEPTA regional train at a station in Philadelphia. SEPTA officials would only say a "medical emergency" had occurred at the Jefferson Station in Center City on Thursday. But a police official confirmed that a body was found. Th

PENNLIVE.COM - 2017-11-24 14:34:53

Woman, 20, charged in crash that killed road worker in Montco

Montgomery County District Attorney's OfficeLucian Stock, 20, of Souderton, was charged with homicide by vehicle for a crash that killed a road worker and injured another in September. A 20-year-old Montgomery County woman who was rushing to work when her crashed into a work crew, killing one man a

PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER - 2017-11-24 19:35:18

Falls supervisors to discuss whether controversial Wawa counts as 'service station' next month

Falls is holding a hearing to receive "additional evidence" about whether or not a developer complied with zoning code in trying to build a Wawa and two restaurants at an old Acme site. A gas store nearby sued, saying the developer did not and supervisors turned a blind eye. Can a proposed Wawa sell


Carolyn Chang of Westampton named president of black women lawyers' association

It was mentoring that helped get Carolyn V. Chang where she is, and now she is thrilled to be helming an organization that mentors black female attorneys. Chang, 58, of Westampton, was formally sworn in as president of the Association of Black Women Lawyers of New Jersey at a ceremony in September a


Tree Lighting Part Of Holiday Happiness Week In Moorestown

MOORESTOWN, NJ - The Moorestown Community House will host a week of holiday events beginning Friday, Dec. 1. The week of Holiday Happiness at the House begins with the inaugural Children's Holiday Shop on Dec. 1 and Dec. 2. Volunteer staff will assist children in shopping for friends and family. Th

PATCH - 2017-11-24 14:21:08

Homeless man who bought a woman gas gets $300K in donations

A couple who launched a $10,000 fund-raiser to help a homeless man has received 30 times that amount after the story went viral this week. Kate McClure, a 27-year-old from Florence Township, launched the GoFundMe with her boyfriend, 38-year-old Mark D'Amico, almost two weeks ago. Mclure wanted to h

NJ.COM - 2017-11-24 19:19:57

Man dies in dog attack in North Philadelphia

A man has died after he was attacked by four dogs in the rear yard of a home in North Philadelphia's Hunting Park section Thursday night, authorities said. In an effort to rescue the man, a police officer shot and killed one of the pit bulls involved in the attack on the 1300 block of West Pike Stre

PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER - 2017-11-24 08:17:00

Driver shatters pole in Stoughton crash

The teenage driver was not injured. STOUGHTON - A utility pole was smashed and wires were strewn across a busy street Friday morning, causing a lengthy road closure. Officers first received a motion alarm at the Stoughton Co-Operative Bank on Park Street about 4:48 a.m. While responding to the bank

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-24 14:40:31

Stoughton American Legion Face ABCC Hearing

STOUGHTON, MA - The selectmen will wait and see what action the Alcoholic Beverage Control takes towards the American Legion before holding their own hearing. At the request of Barry Crimmins, an attorney for the American Legion, the board voted 3-0 to table the hearing until after the establishment

PATCH - 2017-11-23 22:28:15

Former Stoughton principal Wilkins was true "Renaissance man"

STOUGHTON - Richard "Dick" Wilkins, a former beloved principal at West Elementary School, died Monday at his home in York, Maine. Wilkins, 86, was part of the Stoughton school community for 34 years, including his last 26 as principal at West Elementary. After his retirement in 1995, the driveway at


Stoughton Thanksgiving 2017: What's Open And Closed?

STOUGHTON, MA - Thanksgiving is Thursday, Nov. 23 and as always, marks the beginning of the race toward Christmas. Patch hopes you are able to take it slow this week, enjoy family and friends, remember the multitude of good things you've been able to experience, and consider those without. If you do


Fiery words in heated debate as Stoughton recall election nears

Candidates for selectmen engaged in a heated engagement again during a heated debate for the Dec. 5 special recall election. Stoughton Media Access Corporation hosted a final debate under the guidance of SMAC's news and program director Jeff Pickette and moderated by Stoughton Journal columnist Mark


'Heartless' driver killed dog, then fled

Chyanne DeCosta was driving through town Tuesday afternoon when she noticed three loose dogs and stopped to help corral them, The Enterprise reported. As she was helping to get one of the dogs into another good Samaritan's truck, tragedy struck - an SUV hit one of the dogs. But it's what happened ne

WCVB - 2017-11-23 15:37:00

Obit: Former West School Principal Richard Wilkins, 84

Richard L. "Dick" Wilkins, a resident of York, Maine and formerly of Charlestown, entered into eternal life suddenly on Monday, November 20, 2017 at the York Hospital in York, Maine. He was 84 years of age. Dick was born in Boston on June 1, 1933 at 47 High St. in Charlestown. He was the son of Will

PATCH - 2017-11-24 22:02:37

Former student to Fox 25: Norton "stole my whole high school career"

In an interview with Fox 25 News, the former Stoughton High School student suing the town and school officials spoke on Norton and the 2015 investigation by principal Juliette Miller. TOUGHTON - The former student suing school officials said Timothy Norton "stole my whole high school career" in an i

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-24 17:52:42

Montana Dept. of Transportation Scraps Grass Range Round-A-Bout

November 22, 2017 Montana Department of Transportation Director Mike Tooley announced on Nov. 16 that MDT is scrapping the Grass Range round-a-bout project. Bob Sivertsen, one of the leaders of the effort to stop the round-a-bout, was pleased. "The people really stepped up," said Stivertsen, adding


Capitol Tree Bound for Washington

Michelle Bigelbach / The Courier Michelle Bigelbach / The Courier The U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree made a stop at the Valley Event Center in Glasgow on Nov. 17. Glasgow was one of 21 stops as the tree arrives to the Capitol. Area residents got a chance to check out the 79-feet-tall Christmas tree bou


15th annual Eldridge Toy Run set for Dec. 2

On the first Saturday in December for the past 15 years, all roads in Alabama have led to Eldridge as hundreds of motorcycle and antique car enthusiasts from all over Alabama, Mississippi and points beyond come together for the annual Eldridge Toy Run. This item is available in full to subscribers.

DAILY MOUNTAIN EAGLE ONLINE - 2017-11-25 05:30:38

Alabama State's HoneyBeez plus-size dance team slays crowds

Since middle school, Quiana Reliford had wanted to attend a historically black college or university. But when the Kansas City, Kan., native found out that Alabama State University had a plus-size dance team - the adorably named HoneyBeez - she knew she'd found her school. "I'd been dancing all my l

AL.COM - 2017-11-23 14:00:00