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Elderly Man Leaving Special Thanksgiving Dinner 'Mangled' in Hit-and-Run

A special Thanksgiving dinner for people with no friends or family ended with one of the elderly guests being 'mangled' in a hit-and-run. The 71-year-old victim was walking home after dinner in Whitestone just before 7 p.m. when a van runs a stop sign and hits him as he's crossing the road. Surveill

NBC NEW YORK - 2017-11-25 00:17:19

Driver arrested in hit-and-run that critically injured man in Queens

A driver was arrested in a hit-and-run that injured a pedestrian in Whitestone, Queens Thursday night. The crash happened at the corner of Murray St. and 17th Rd. just after 7 p.m. 52-year-old Carmine Minichino of 101-09 46th Avenue in Queens was charged with leaving the scene of an accident, drivin

ABC7NY.COM - 2017-11-24 03:23:40

Falling inventory and falling prices for Westchester's luxury homes

Housing inventory in Westchester County has reached its lowest level in 13 years, according to a recent report from Douglas Elliman, and while that record-low supply has led to frequent bidding wars in the low- to midlevel markets, the same cannot be said for luxury homes. "For the past several year

WESTFAIRONLINE.COM - 2017-11-24 15:30:51

Nonprofits still grieve the death of philanthropist Patricia Lanza, and the loss of donations

The death of Patricia Lanza in 2014 left many in the Westchester philanthropic world bereaved by the loss of a beloved friend and stunned by the discovery of just how dependent they had become on her generosity. Lanza gave away millions of dollars, especially to groups that helped children and to ch

WESTFAIRONLINE.COM - 2017-11-24 14:01:34

Mary J. Blige nominated for 5 NAACP Image awards

Speaking around the release of new album "Strength of a Woman" Mary J. Blige talks about the healing power of music and why her mom is her biggest inspiration. (June 2) AP Mary J. Blige is nominated for five awards in January's NAACP Image Awards. A Yonkers native, Blige's nominations are for songs

LOHUD.COM - 2017-11-24 18:19:24

Bernice Spreckman: An unsinkable spirit, deeply dedicated to Yonkers, Westchester

Bernice Spreckman may have been known as "unsinkable" because of a cruise gone haywire, but her dedication to public service and her unyielding advocacy for seniors could have easily earned her the same moniker. Spreckman died on Thanksgiving Day, at age 82. She served on the Westchester Board of Le

LOHUD.COM - 2017-11-24 16:37:49

That day a wild turkey terrorized Larchmont

Here's a post-Thanksgiving story that you will either find heartwarming or horrifying, depending on how you feel about psychotic turkeys. I'll keep it short because right now you're either building the world's biggest leftover turkey sandwich or still passed out on the couch, both of which present a

LOHUD.COM - 2017-11-24 17:16:44

Legal Aid Society seeks to give up to 600,000 ex-cons a second chance by sealing criminal records

The Legal Aid Society has 20 applicants trying to get old convictions sealed under a new state law that aims to give New Yorkers a clean slate - and court officials believe as many as 600,000 people could be eligible. The nonprofit's Conviction Sealing Project just launched with the goal of servin

NY DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-25 11:00:00

Week in Review - November 18-24

Saturday, Nov. 18 Low wages, high rents and lack of available properties are all part of the what has created a scarce local rental housing market according to the Mount Washington Valley Housing Coalition. Conway's rental vacancy rate stands at 1.8 percent - but zero percent for two-bedroom units.

CONWAYDAILYSUN.COM - 2017-11-24 17:51:00

Annual alumni hockey game is Saturday

CONWAY - The 15th annual Kennett High Alumni Hockey Game takes center ice at Ham Arena this Saturday at 6 p.m. and once again, it'll be Alumni versus Alumni. With the preseason moved back a week per NHIAA regulations, Coach Michael Lane's Eagles will not be able to take to the ice to participate in


Long Mountain: A work of art and engineering

ALBANY - "Rocks, roots and stumps and more rocks, roots and stumps," said Bruce Barrett when asked to identify some of the challenges he and fellow trail-builder Gary Barton faced when creating the recently completed Long Mountain Trail, off Vernon Street in Albany. Using only hand tools and a chain

SUN-JOURNAL - 2017-11-24 05:00:00

7th annual Christmas in Bethlehem Festival Dec. 2

BETHLEHEM - The holidays are quickly approaching, which means it's time once again for the seventh annual Christmas in Bethlehem Festival. Nothing will kick your holiday spirit into action faster than an old-fashioned holiday event, and attendance continues to grow at this event each year. Visitors


Littleton Area Supports Christmas Caring Tree

Ammonoosuc Community Health Services and Littleton Regional Healthcare support the 30th Annual "Christmas Caring Tree Project." It is a joint community effort and includes support from Ammonoosuc Community Health Services, Littleton Regional Healthcare, Garnet Hill, Littleton Area Rotary Club member


Gratitude for the beautiful mountains

These seems to be a lot of gratitude around, which is a good thing. I guess part of it has to do with counting our blessings in a time of political and global turmoil. But there is more to it on individual levels. Anyway, here are a couple recent stories of gratitude for the beautiful mountains we l

CONWAYDAILYSUN.COM - 2017-11-24 18:31:00

Celtic guitar legend Tony McManus in Maine for one performance only

RUMFORD - New England Celtic Arts will present Celtic guitar legend Tony McManus in concert at 49 Franklin in Rumford on Wednesday, Dec. 6, Doors open at 6 p.m. with show at 7 p.m. To find a unique voice on so ubiquitous an instrument as the acoustic guitar is quite an achievement: to do so within a

DAILYBULLDOG.COM - 2017-11-24 14:04:04

Couple raising money to train service dog

Kristen Scott had her first seizure when she was six weeks old. She was diagnosed with epilepsy - grand mal and absent seizures, and as she got older, they became more frequent, and more severe. Still, she was determined not to let the epilepsy stop her from doing everything she wanted to do. She we


Christian County standing up for public education

On Nov. 21, the Missouri Board of Education held a special-called closed meeting. Eight board members voted while 60 superintendents from Missouri public schools stood outside. The meeting was to discuss the potential termination of Commissioner of Education Margie Vandeven, a position hired and fir

CCHEADLINER.COM - 2017-11-25 01:05:00

Oh deer: Ozark PD rescue button buck trying to enter gas station

It's archery season and it appears that some deer are smart enough to know it, hiding out in Ozark's city limits. And, one button buck must have gotten a bit hungry, trying to enter the Casey's General Store on West Jackson Street on Nov. 22. "We got a complaint in reference of the deer trying to ma

CCHEADLINER.COM - 2017-11-24 16:16:00

Duck Hunters Urged to Protect Ozarks Lakes

Fellows Lake, Mo. -- Duck hunting season has started around the Ozarks and the Department of Conservation is urging hunters to protect lakes from zebra mussels and invasive vegetation, which are all over the Ozarks lakes. Specialists say there's no silver bullet to eradicated zebra mussels, so the

OZARKS FIRST.COM - 2017-11-24 01:47:20

Netflix show 'Ozark' brings notoriety, but not much business to Lake of the Ozarks resort

Over the last four months, Sheryl Elia has noticed many people come down the winding Outer Drive, get out of their cars and take pictures in front of her sign. Elia is the general manager and one of the owners of Alhonna Resort at the Lake of the Ozarks, which helped inspire the Netflix TV series "O

NEWS-LEADER.COM - 2017-11-24 02:00:05