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State Police: Gloversville man charged with child porn

Capture.JPG GLOVERSVILLE< (WRGB) State Police have arrested a Gloversville man, accused of possessing child pornography. Police say 23 year old Justin Lehr admitted to possessing the material on a computer and usb drive. He's due back in court at a later date. Capture.JPG GLOVERSVILLE< (WRGB) Sta

WRGB - 2017-11-22 16:48:51

Gloversville mayor to leave GOP after victory

Dayton King is done with party politics, and he's also finished with the Republican Party. "I can tell you that I will be changing my party affiliation," said King, who became the first Gloversville mayor in nearly 70 years to be re-elected twice. His victory was announced Monday, after Fulton Count


Tax cap override law passed

Johnstown Councilman-at-Large Craig Talarico reads a local law, subsequently passed by the Common Council, allowing the city to override the state-imposed tax levy cap in the city's tentative 2018 budget. (The Leader-Herald/Michael Anich) JOHNSTOWN - The Common Council passed a local law Monday at C

LEADER-HERALD - 2017-11-23 08:00:00

Leading hotel and dive groups agree on Caribbean collaboration

Beach vacation ORLANDO, FLA. (Nov. 16, 2017)-The Caribbean Hotel and Tourism Association and the Diving and Equipment Marketing Association have agreed to work together to enhance the attractiveness of Caribbean destinations to diving enthusiasts. A Memorandum of Understanding between the two non

AMSTERDAMNEWS.COM - 2017-11-23 06:04:49

EMS unions claim discrimination, demand city hand over payroll records

"Ever since the EMS became part of the fire department in 1996, the bureau hasn't been recognized as the uniform service it is," said Yetta Kurland of The Kurland Group and attorney for Locals 2507 and 3621 to the AmNews. "It's a lack of respect," Kurland and two EMS unions are suing City Hall for

AMSTERDAMNEWS.COM - 2017-11-23 05:20:00

NYULYP hosts discussion on recreating Black Wall Street

The New York Urban League Young Professionals recently hosted its National Day of Empowerment at Moody's in Downtown Manhattan. The purpose of the event was to spark a discussion on replicating Black Wall Street in Tulsa, Okla. and about the economic power of the Black community. The event also fea

AMSTERDAMNEWS.COM - 2017-11-23 05:20:00

Airport workers take to PANYNJ meeting to demand higher wages

Airport New Jersey airport workers' ongoing battle for increased wages continued at a recent meeting. Last week, airport workers attended a Port Authority of New York and New Jersey board meeting urging its members to make good on better wages and benefits for airport workers. Back in 2014, the P

AMSTERDAMNEWS.COM - 2017-11-23 05:19:57

Film Society of Lincoln Center announces The Non-Actor Nov. 23 through Dec. 10

What is a non-actor? It's a question that's being asked and answered by The Film Society of Lincoln Center in their brand-new series, beginning Nov. 24. The Non-Actor is a historical survey of the myriad ways in which filmmakers have used so-called amateurs to reimagine the language of cinema and t

AMSTERDAMNEWS.COM - 2017-11-23 05:19:54

Putting Michigan ahead of the rest

BENTON HARBOR - Democratic gubernatorial candidate Gretchen Whitmer told a crowd of more than 60 in Benton Harbor Tuesday that she wants to make Michigan a top state it once was in terms of education and jobs. "There was a point in time when the public schools in Michigan were the finest around. And

HERALD-PALLADIUM - 2017-11-23 11:00:00

Law enforcement to crack down on impaired driving

ST. JOSEPH - Ten people lost their lives on Michigan roads during the 2016 Thanksgiving holiday period. In an effort to make that number zero this year, local law enforcement agencies will enforce the Drive Sober Get Pulled Over campaign through Thanksgiving weekend and the coming weeks. "If we se

HERALD-PALLADIUM - 2017-11-23 11:00:00

Blossomland Learning Center gets royal treatment

BERRIEN SPRINGS - It wasn't your usual pageant Tuesday afternoon at the Blossomland Learning Center. While there were plenty of queens on hand, the emphasis was on qualities like teamwork, attitude and respect at the fifth annual Miss and Mr. Blossomland contest. Five young women competed for the Mi

HERALD-PALLADIUM - 2017-11-23 11:00:00

The world comes to Berrien Springs

BERRIEN SPRINGS - Berrien Springs' cultural diversity might be something that school district students take for granted, but it's something special for two students new to the high school this year. Joyce Hajaj and her family moved to Berrien Springs from Jordan this summer, while Duaa Najam is here

HERALD-PALLADIUM - 2017-11-23 11:00:00

Students learn that homelessness can look like anybody

BENTON TOWNSHIP - Homelessness can look like anybody. It's not just wizened men living under bridges. That's the lesson an activist for the homeless drove home Monday for third-, fourth- and fifth-graders at Countryside Academy, a charter school in Benton Township. "I know people who have master's d

HERALD-PALLADIUM - 2017-11-22 11:00:00

Palisades Power Plant to host public meeting

The meeting will be held Nov. 29 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Sentinel staff The Palisades Power Plant near South Haven will host an informational open house for the general public on Nov. 29 from 5-7 p.m. The event will be held at the Palisades Emergency Operations Facility/Joint Information Center, loca

HOLLAND SENTINEL - 2017-11-21 22:51:15

Recount affirms income tax vote

ST. JOSEPH - The Benton Harbor city income tax remains in place after a recount Monday to verify the results of the Nov. 7 election. "This is a wonderful day in the history of our city," Rod Jennings of Benton Harbor, who was at the morning recount, told Benton Harbor city commissioners later in the


BH getting close to filling treasurer post

BENTON HARBOR - When Benton Harbor city commissioners interview the three finalists for the finance director/treasurer position, they will see a familiar face. One of the finalists is Nicol Brown, who worked for the city from January 1998 through September 2010. She started as the Enterprise Zone ad


Bessemer PD: Man, 60, shot and killed in apparent justifiable homicide

Updated: 4:00 PM CST Nov 22, 2017 Bessemer police say a 60-year-old man was shot and killed Wednesday morning in what appears to be a justifiable homicide. The man, Jerry Wayne Clements, was found shot to death near Bob Sykes BBQ on 10th Avenue around 7:30 a.m. Three people were taken into custod

WVTM13.COM - 2017-11-22 22:00:00

Young Bessemer man charged in deadly shooting of U.S. Navy veteran

A young Bessemer man has been charged in the shooting death of a 52-year-old U.S. Navy veteran. Bessemer police on Wednesday announced s murder charge against 21-year-old Kyler Deshard Hatter. At the time of Hatter's arrest on Tuesday, he already was awaiting trial on charges of assault, robbery and

AL.COM - 2017-11-22 21:39:32

Man shot and killed in Bessemer Wednesday morning

A homicide is under investigation in Bessemer. Police tell WBRC a white male was shot around 7:30 Wednesday morning on 10th Avenue and 18th Street. A gun has been recovered and three people are being questioned. A homicide is under investigation in Bessemer. Police tell WBRC a white male was shot ar

WSFA - 2017-11-22 14:38:59

Man found dead in Bessemer street, investigation underway

Bessemer shooting (Ivana Hrynkiw | ihrynkiw@al.com) Bessemer police are investigating after a man was found dead this morning on 10th Avenue. Sgt. Cortice Miles said officers were dispatched to 10th Avenue North and 17th Street North after receiving several calls about a man in the area who was arm

AL.COM - 2017-11-22 15:05:27