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A cut and a shave

OBSERVER Photos by Damian Sebouhian Pictured from left: Forestville physical education teacher Greg Greenough shaves the head of student Maddox Tenamore; Forestville School Board President Carol Woodward and Superintendent Renee Garrett, shave the head of student Nicholas Morgan. FORESTVILLE - Fores

OBSERVER TODAY - 2017-11-23 08:00:00

Rash of suspicious fires, vehicle break-ins keep Evans police busy

Town of Evans police were investigating several suspicious fires and vehicle break-ins Thursday morning in the Highland area between Prescott Drive and Schuyler Drive, on the Lake Erie side of Route 5. A vehicle fire on Wayne Drive at about 5:30 a.m. was extinguished by Highland Hose Volunteer Fire

BUFFALO NEWS - 2017-11-23 20:40:25

Fishing reports encouraging, deer hunting not as good

Jim Miller of Grand Island displays a nice 8-point buck taken on Opening Day. Happy Thanksgiving! What comes to mind when these two words are said, are probably a good hot meal usually turkey and all the trimmings, and football. For the deer hunter it usually means at least a half a day of deer hunt

OBSERVER TODAY - 2017-11-23 08:00:00

Fire in attached garage displaces residents, damages vehicle

A vehicle was severely damaged and the house sustained smoke damage when a fire broke out Wednesday night in the attached garage of a home at 436 Lake Shore Drive East, the Dunkirk Fire Department reported. Two residents were displaced by the fire, which was reported at 11:44 p.m. Firefighters arriv

BUFFALO NEWS - 2017-11-23 15:56:43

Upgrades to begin for Wastewater Treatment Plant

Mayor Wilfred Rosas has announced the groundbreaking for the construction phase at the city's Wastewater Treatment Plant will be Monday, Nov. 27 at 1 p.m. "This is a $10 million project that was made possible by the efforts of the city of Dunkirk's administration working with Gov. Andrew Cuomo's adm

OBSERVER TODAY - 2017-11-23 08:00:00

Why your Christmas tree may cost more this year

CBS NEWS (CBS) - Yearning for that real Christmas tree smell this year? Expect to pay a little more. And start looking now. Yes, even before that last Halloween Tootsie Roll has been polished off. That's because a glut of trees coupled with the deep recession a decade ago forced farmers to reduce

WIVB - 2017-11-22 22:16:43

Newspaper adviser wins state award

OBSERVER Photo by Damian Sebouhian Lisa Reinhardt won this year's annual state-wide Adviser of the Year, awarded by the Empire State School Press Association at Syracuse University. Reinhardt is pictured holding up a copy of the latest edition of the award-winning school newspaper The SPECTATOR. Li

OBSERVER TODAY - 2017-11-23 08:00:00

Santa Claus parade kicks off Hamburgh Holidays on Saturday

Santa Claus waives during a parade at the Erie County Fair in Hamburg on August 16 , 2005.(File photo / Harry Scull Jr. / Buffalo News) Hamburgh Holidays kick off with the annual Santa Claus parade at 11 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 25 down Main and Buffalo streets in Hamburg and culminating with Rock the Ro

BUFFALO NEWS - 2017-11-23 13:00:19

Woman says Walmart greeter stopped her from leaving after she was being followed

A Trenton woman posted in the Downriver Crime Alerts Facebook group about a strange situation she said happened to her the evening of Nov. 21 at the Woodhaven Walmart However, no evidence has been found to back up her claim, and store officials said it likely didn't happen. Tasha Morin wrote that sh

NEWS-HERALD - 2017-11-23 00:57:39

Christmas shows launch the season on Downriver stages

Christmas cheer is lighting up local stages as theaters offer contemporary and classic shows to put audiences in a holiday mood. P.S. Center Stage Players in Wyandotte takes on the humorous side of the holidays with "The Best Christmas Pageant Ever," while the Bonstelle offers its annual production

NEWS-HERALD - 2017-11-23 11:12:00

After fiance's death, Michigan bride poses for powerful wedding photos alone

A Michigan woman who lost her future husband in the line of duty chose to pose for her wedding photos alone - to honor their love and leave the pain behind. Nikki Salgot of Saint Clair Shores, Mich., said on Facebook she wanted the photos as a reminder that her fiance's death could not break her. Sa

DETROIT FREE PRESS - 2017-11-23 13:37:05

WWII soldiers' remains come home 73 years later

Several volunteers, organizations made identification of the Michigan man possible. Services in his honor will take place Saturday in Flat Rock. Ray Kisonas Monroe News staff reporter RayKisonas FLAT ROCK - The B-24J had just lifted off enroute to a bombing mission during World War II and was about

MONROE EVENING NEWS - 2017-11-23 14:00:00

It's all about the bird today.

Okay ... I'll concede that family and friends breaking bread together is important too, but, it seems like that lip-smacking turkey does take center stage, doesn't it? How did your Thanksgiving Day go - did you gobble 'til you wobbled? Time for a long walk then if you did! Hopefully, the clan of fa

PATCH - 2017-11-23 21:21:57

Santa's Magic Forest opens for season Saturday

TAYLOR - Santa's Magic Forest opens for the season during the city's Winterfest Nov. 25, at the Heritage Park Activity Building, 12111 Pardee Road. "Downriver's finest holiday display" welcomes visitors Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays through Dec. 23. Hours are 3 to 8 p.m. on Nov. 25 and then 5 to 8

DOWNRIVERSUNDAYTIMES.COM - 2017-11-23 08:00:00

Candlelight vigil honors WSU Police Sgt. Collin Rose one year after his death

The community is remembering a fallen hero. Wayne State University Police Sgt. Collin Rose was killed in the line of duty, while patrolling near campus one year ago. Emotions were strong at a candlelight vigil at Lincoln and Selden, the location where Rose was gunned down. A year after his murder, W

WXYZ - 2017-11-23 04:15:42

Oakland County Deputy Killed Thanksgiving Morning

OAKLAND COUNTY, MI - A 22-year veteran deputy of the Oakland County Sheriff's Office was killed early Thanksgiving morning as the result of a high speed chase. The deputy was placing "stop sticks" at the intersection of M-15 and Seymour Lake Road in Brandon Township when the suspect driver struck hi

PATCH - 2017-11-23 12:29:45

Lancaster County deputies, SWAT teams engaged in 7-hour standoff, no charges filed

Deputies and SWAT teams responded to an apartment complex Tuesday night, where they were in a standoff with a resident for about seven hours, officials say. A sheriff's deputy was dispatched to Northwest Apartments off West Meeting Street after residents reported hearing gunshots around 9:45 p.m., a

ROCK HILL HERALD - 2017-11-22 20:18:00

Annexation on the agenda for Van Wyck's first town council meeting Monday

The Van Wyck Presbyterian Church fellowship hall overflowed Saturday evening as approximately 90 community residents met the members of the newly formed Van Wyck Town Council. Set up as an inaugural town council introduction and barbecue dinner ahead of the first council meeting set for Nov. 27, th

ROCK HILL HERALD - 2017-11-23 03:30:00

City council OKs switch to digital communication

The Lancaster City Council has approved an upgrade to the city's dispatch system. Council unanimously voted for the agenda item 5-0, with council members Tamara Green Garris and Linda Blackmon absent from the Nov. 14 meeting. The upgrade will cost the city $22,330. "It's one of those things that -

LANCASTER NEWS - 2017-11-22 10:00:00

Don't pull your back lifting today's paper!

This is not your everyday Lancaster News. It's the Thanksgiving paper, which means enough advertising content to wallpaper your house three times. In our business, we joke that this one is "a real dog-killer," harkening back to when kids on bikes threw newspapers onto front porches. This was the da

LANCASTER NEWS - 2017-11-22 10:00:00