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Monticello man charged with stealing SUV

MONTICELLO - A Monticello man faces two felony charges after stealing an SUV from a gas station in the village Sunday morning, police said. Montrell A. Williams, 31, is charged with third-degree grand larceny and third-degree criminal possession of stolen property, according to Monticello police. Th

TIMES HERALD-RECORD - 2018-01-15 16:48:26

Outdoors with Tom Venesky: Secrecy and etiquette vital among birdwatchers

When I began running the list of local bird sightings in the paper every Sunday, a person who compiles the list asked that I not run the names of those reporting birds and keep the locations vague. I understood why. While most of us are respectful of wildlife and private property, there are a few wh

TIMES-LEADER

Six rescued after rising water threatens Deerpark home

TOWN OF DEERPARK - Firefighters rescued six people from a house on Grove Street in the hamlet of Godeffroy on Saturday after ice broke loose in an old Neversink River bed, causing water to rapidly rise and flood the home's only exit. Cuddebackville Fire Co. Chief Chris Wood said rescue crews were di

TIMES HERALD-RECORD

Meeting will discuss rail trail plans for Sullivan

MONTICELLO - Whether you hike, bike, or just want a place to walk, local rail trails offer scenic jaunts through the Catskills woods - and they're about to see a major expansion. Join local residents and officials for a community meeting to discuss plans to join the disconnected sections of trails i

TIMES HERALD-RECORD - 2018-01-15 07:01:00

Mamakating Library to hold Repair Cafe

WURTSBORO - A Repair Cafe will be held Jan. 27 at the Mamakating Library, located at 128 Sullivan Street in Wurtsboro. From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., volunteer repair experts will be available to help make all possible repairs free of charge and to demonstrate how they fix things. Broken or torn items that

TIMES HERALD-RECORD

Local patients give high praise to medical marijuana for fighting pain

BARRYVILLE - Jose Gonzalez was working at Rikers Island as an electrician in 2008 when a transformer exploded. Gonzalez was badly burned and suffered nerve damage. In the years since, he had endured constant, excruciating pain. That changed after his pain doctor prescribed medical marijuana in Nov

TIMES HERALD-RECORD - 2018-01-14 22:48:19

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s birthday celebrated

MIDDLETOWN - Members of the Middletown community came together Sunday afternoon to commemorate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s birthday and celebrate what he stood for. The dozens of people, black, brown and white, young and old, participated at St. John's AME Zion Church.Large turnout in Middletown t

MID-HUDSON NEWS NETWORK - 2018-01-15 11:10:44

Celebrating Martin Luther King Jr.

Sunday Rosendale: 9th annual Ulster Corps Martin Luther King Day. 3-6 p.m., Rosendale Recreation Center, 1055 Route 32. The event is free and designed to celebrate the work of all service agencies. Live music by the popular Reggie Earls & The Pearls. Snow date is Monday. 481-0331. Middletown: Martin

TIMES HERALD-RECORD

Could More Snow Be Headed to the Lowcountry?

CHARLESTON, SC (WTAT-TV) - Portions of the state could see snow as a cold front moves through the region this week. But, could the Lowcountry see another round of snow? It's possible, but not likely despite many rumors. FOX 24 Weather Authority Meteorologist Sonya Stevens says the ingredients for sn

FOXCHARLESTON.COM - 2018-01-16 17:02:00

Some say Police Chief Reggie Burgess is in position to attain support, low crime in North Charleston

When he became North Charleston's police chief, Eddie Driggers cited a survey indicating that at least 80 percent of residents in South Carolina's third-largest city supported their police department. Complaints of racial profiling were few, and the color of police officers' skin in a department str

THE POST AND COURIER

A life story in a single image: North Charleston Vietnam veteran takes the challenge

Imagine trying to summarize your life in a single logo that can be put on a T-shirt. Vietnam War Navy bomber pilot Bob "Willard" Williams of North Charleston agreed to the challenge recently. He spent a couple days before Christmas in a small room aboard the Yorktown shuffling through his memories.

THE POST AND COURIER - 2018-01-15 00:00:00

Man robs West Ashley Suncoco

WEST ASHLEY, S.C. (WCBD) - The Charleston City Police is investigating following an armed robbery in West Ashley, Tuesday morning. Authorities say at about 1:50 a.m. on January 16, officers responded to the Sunoco on Sam Rittenberg Blvd. The clerk told investigators that an African-American man ente

COUNTON2.COM - 2018-01-16 15:52:22

Thunderguards Motorcycle Club to be replaced with globally-inspired tapas lounge

If you want to see gentrification in action, take a cruise up Meeting Street. There new apartment buildings tower eye-level with the overpass as the race to claim every square inch of undeveloped peninsula continues. Enter: Thunderguards Motorcycle Club. Or, I should say, Exit: Thunderguards Motor

CHARLESTON CITY PAPER - 2018-01-16 17:35:00

NAN calls Trump a racist, wants him gone

On this Monday, January 15, the country honors Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., a man who fought to end racism. And Elder Johnson from the National Action Network is calling the Commander in Chief a racist. Elder Johnson said, "We want to send a loud message to President Trump, and that message is that

ABCNEWS4.COM - 2018-01-15 19:47:58

School district former CFO to appear in court

The former chief financial officer at the Berkeley County School District will be in court Tuesday. Brantley Denmark Thomas, III will be in court for what's called a change of plea hearing at 11:00 AM in Charleston. Judge David C Norton will preside. He faces federal charges, including fraud and e

COUNTON2.COM - 2018-01-16 12:42:11

ID of pedestrian struck, killed by vehicle near Rivers Ave, Easy Street released

CHARLESTON COUNTY, S.C. (WCBD) - The Charleston County Coroner's Office has released the identity of the pedestrian killed in North Charleston on Tuesday, January 9. According to Deputy Coroner Sara Senn, Timothy Terrill Livingston, 39, of North Charleston, died at Trident Medical Center on January

COUNTON2.COM - 2018-01-16 16:44:48

Kids, parents take advantage of rare, snowy Monday

Monday's steady snow was enough for Janesville to declare a snow emergency. It was enough for Edgerton and Evansville to cancel school. But it was not enough to prevent an impromptu ice hockey game in Milton. Nolan Dallman, Wyatt Smart, and Patrick and Tommy Sensenbrenner used their day off-already

JANESVILLE GAZETTE - 2018-01-16 12:00:00

Jack White playing the Rave's Eagles Ballroom in Milwaukee April 20

Jack White's show at the Rave's Eagles Ballroom three years ago was one of the fastest sell-out's in the venue's history - and one of the most electric shows of the year. Fans will get another shot to see him there April 20. The former White Stripes frontman - of course highly praised for his solo w

MILWAUKEE JOURNAL SENTINEL - 2018-01-16 17:15:07

Dettmann Dairy gets back sense of normal

TOWN OF MILFORD -- Operators of the Dettmann Dairy Farms facility in the town of Milford were feeling a bit more sense of relief and normalcy this morning as they recovered from a fire in their dairy barn early Saturday. The fire caused serious damage to a portion of the dairy operation. The fire in

WATERTOWN DAILY TIMES - 2018-01-16 17:59:00

Woman registers as write-in for Elkhorn council seat

A woman has registered to be a write-in candidate for the Elkhorn City Council's District 6 seat, which no one had filed papers to fill. Karel Young registered to be a write-in candidate to fill the seat that will be left vacant by council member Cathy Bensaid, City Clerk Cairie L. Virrueta said in

JANESVILLE GAZETTE - 2018-01-16 01:00:00