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Shop, rest, repeat: Black Friday tradition continues

QUEENSBURY - Brandi Michal took her lunch break at 6:15 a.m. Friday. The Carter's outlet employee started working at midnight Friday and took her "lunch break" to visit sister store OshKosh B'gosh and do some Christmas shopping for her 8-year-old daughter. "It ruins Thanksgiving," Michal said. "Hone

POST-STAR - 2017-11-24 16:15:00

Car flips, damages truck on Dorset Street

A crashed sedan landed roof-side down Friday morning at the entrance to medical offices at Dorset Street and Aspen Drive in South Burlington, witnesses said. The incident also resulted in heavy damage to a pickup truck at the intersection. South Burlington Police reported the crash closed northbound

BURLINGTON FREE PRESS - 2017-11-24 19:04:16

Biochar plant gets a reaction

FORT EDWARD - General Electric's old dewatering plant for its completed Hudson River dredging project has been suggested as a site for developers who want to turn waste into fertilizer. Hampton Supervisor David O'Brien said the property has access to the water and a rail line. John Dowd, a partner w


Holiday, Toys for Tots trains rolling this way

Two holiday trains are on track to visit the region in the next 10 days. The 19th annual Canadian Pacific Holiday Train, an entertainment-oriented train, which also brings gifts and other items, will make two stops in the area, at 7:30 p.m. Sunday in Saratoga Springs and at 12:35 p.m. Monday at the

POST-STAR - 2017-11-23 17:02:00

Letter to the editor: New regulations will create barriers

My family has a small farm in the town of Fort Ann, where a new ordinance is being proposed to regulate farmers with fewer than 200 animals. I recently returned to Fort Ann to pursue my own farming ambitions with my partner, believing that our hometown was the best place to put down our roots. The r

POST-STAR - 2017-11-24 05:00:00

Steve Marro has the time

It was the same type of view he relished the previous 10 Saturdays as the clock operator at college football games. It began on Sept. 9 with the short drive from his Rutland home to Castleton University's game against Fitchburg State. There was a midseason journey on Oct. 7 through peak foliage for


Mystery of 'The 12 Days of Christmas'

French hens, turtledoves and a partridge running around. The "12 Days of Christmas" sounds like one crazy holiday, but playwright Renee Calarco uncovered a story in the popular Christmas song when she set out to write a play based on it. "It was so much fun to write," Calarco, 54, said recently. The


Dorset Theatre expands year-round staff

DORSET - Following the success of its 40th season, Dorset Theatre Festival is expanding its year-round leadership team. Producing Director Will Rucker, General Manager Marissa Hutton, and Marketing Manager Natalie Redmond join Artistic Director Dina Janis to develop the festival's artistic, financia


"Care for Our Cubs" toy drive underway

montcnews2@windstream.net MOUNT IDA - The annual "Care for our Cubs" toy drive gives local residents an opportunity to help local families provide a better Christmas for their kids. The annual event is the brainchild of Dixie Fecho. Fecho, a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps, had participated in the


Mine Creek Revelations by Louie Graves: Blame will linger

WITHOUT LOOKING at the newspapers or a sports magazine or some online site, tell me who won the recent basketball game played in China between UCLA and Georgia Tech? Bet ya can't. That's because the lasting publicity was that three UCLA players were caught shoplifting. And China has strict laws. The


Principal named at Nashville elementary

News-Leader staff The new principal at Nashville Elementary School is well known to students and teachers. Rick Rebsamen was named to the post Nov. 16 by the Nashville School board following a 35-minute executive session. Rebsamen was the assistant principal at elementary and was moved to the princi


Tech Thanksgiving - Gadgets for cleanup

Welcome to Tech Thanksgiving, the column with the purpose of discovering new high-tech products and developing technology created to help make everyone's holiday convenient, cool, or all of the above! Tomorrow is the big day. Hope you've got all your appliances and ingredients ready for the big feas


Glass art at Hope gallery

Glass creations of Pine Bluff, Ark.-based artist James Hayes will be displayed at the Southwest Arkansas Arts Council's Art Station Gallery from Tuesday through Dec. 6. (Submitted photo) HOPE, Ark.-Dynamic and unique, the art glass creations by Pine Bluff, Ark.-based James Hayes will be displayed a

TEXARKANA GAZETTE - 2017-11-24 02:32:16

HopePrescott.com : Prescott plans water main replacement

PRESCOTT - A public hearing was held Monday prior to the November meeting of the Prescott City Council. The hearing dealt with the proposed water project to replace the current 16-inch main from the Little Missouri River to the water treatment plant and Firestone. Kiron Browning, with A.L. Franks En

MAGNOLIAREPORTER.COM - 2017-11-23 17:00:00

Man accused of shooting 15-year-old Inkster boy arraigned on felony charges

INKSTER, Mich - A man was arraigned on felony charges after he was accused of shooting a 15-year-old boy Monday. According to police, the victim was shot by the suspect over an ongoing feud between the two near Carlysle and Andover streets. The victim was taken to Beaumont Wayne Hospital for treatm

CLICKONDETROIT.COM - 2017-11-24 21:20:50

Metro Detroit woman says she was groped, urinated on while shopping at Kohl's

TROY, Mich. (WXYZ) - A woman said she was groped and urinated on while she was shopping at Kohl's in Troy.Detroit man arrested for reportedly accosting women at Kohl's Twenty-three-year-old Embra Middleton has been charged with assault and battery and disorderly conduct for allegedly rubbing against

WXYZ - 2017-11-25 03:15:10

Man who police say 'intentionally steered' into, killed deputy will be charged

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DETROIT FREE PRESS - 2017-11-24 20:31:08

2 drivers hospitalized after apparent drunken driving crash in Canton

CANTON, Mich. - Two drivers were hospitalized Friday after a two-car crash in Canton, police said. The incident happened around 12:10 a.m. in the area of Ford Road and Ridge Road. Police said a 37-year-old Canton man was driving east on Ford Road in a 2002 Chevrolet Corvette when he lost control o

CLICKONDETROIT.COM - 2017-11-24 13:23:51

Crash Leaves Canton Man In Critical Condition

CANTON, MI. - A 37-year-old Canton man is in critical condition after an early morning crash on Ford Road. The crash occurred west of Ridge Road at about 12:10 a.m., according to Canton Township Police. The 37-year-old was eastbound on Ford in a 2002 Chevrolet Corvette when he lost control, crossed

PATCH - 2017-11-24 16:36:41

Dearborn couple concerned after nearby construction leaves driveway sagging

A muddy, growing hole in Dearborn destroyed a fence and is pulling down a driveway as it threatens a newly married couple's home. "I'm terrified," said Billy Ashcraft, 38. "I'm concerned about my foundation collapsing." He and his wife, Christine Ashcraft-Zyla, 31, said they saw that work was unde

DETROIT FREE PRESS - 2017-11-24 23:36:27