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lohud's David Cassidy interview; former Irvington resident remains hospitalized

A spokeswoman for singer and actor David Cassidy says the 1970s teen heartthrob who starred in "The Partridge Family" television show has been hospitalized with liver failure. Video provided by Reuters Newslook Television and music star David Cassidy, who lived in Irvington as a teenager, remains i

LOHUD.COM

Police K-9 kills family dog in attack

NEW CITY, N.Y. (AP) - The Rockland County Sheriff's Office is investigating after a police K-9 killed a family's dog in an unprovoked attack in New York. Police say the attack happened in New City around 7 a.m. Tuesday. Tom Forde tells WCBS-TV a nanny was walking his family's Cavapoo when the police

NY DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-22 10:15:45

David Cassidy, Keith on 'Partridge Family,' dies at 67; spent teen years in Westchester

David Cassidy, the star of The Partridge Family has died. He was 67 years old. Cassidy recently announced he had been diagnosed with dementia. He recently retired from touring and doing live musical performances. USA TODAY Entertainer and 1970s teen idol David Cassidy has died. The musician and ac

LOHUD.COM - 2017-11-22 13:20:35

Conservationists and condo association battle over access to Indian site in Dobbs Ferry

For 20 years, local folks have been battling over just who has the right to use a sliver of Hudson River waterfront that had been the site of Native American encampments for 6,000 years. In the latest iteration of the public access battle, Friends of Wickers Creek Archeological Site has sued the Lan

WESTFAIRONLINE.COM - 2017-11-22 16:18:14

Lower Hudson Valley labor market reverses two-month slide in October

The Lower Hudson Valley reversed a two-month slide in jobs by adding 6,600 positions in October, according to state Department of Labor data. Nonfarm employment in Westchester, Rockland and Orange counties increased by 0.9 percent, with solid growth across the private and government sectors. Governm

WESTFAIRONLINE.COM - 2017-11-22 15:49:17

Connecticut home sales down, median sales prices up

Single-family home sales in Connecticut during October took a slight 0.6 percent drop on a year-over-year measurement, according to data from Connecticut Realtors. A total of 2,919 properties were sold last month compared with 2,936 in October 2016. But while sales were lower from one year earlier,

WESTFAIRONLINE.COM - 2017-11-22 14:10:05

Stores open on Thanksgiving, Black Friday

Subscribed, but don't have a login? Brace yourself for the trifecta of shopping. Grouped together, Black Friday, Small Business Saturday and Cyber Monday make for the busiest shopping week of the entire year. They're critical to retailers who count on fourth-quarter sales could account for up to 40

LOHUD.COM - 2017-11-22 20:01:52

Farmers markets are open today in Nyack and White Plains

The Nyack Farmers' Market, normally open on Thursday's, is open the day before Thanksgiving. John Meore/lohud The Nyack and White Plains farmers markets are open today for those still in need of Brussels sprouts on the stalk, freshly dug sweet potatoes, pies as good as Grandma made, local apple cid

LOHUD.COM - 2017-11-22 15:36:21

Don's Blog: Cary Citizens Make Cary Great!

Cary, NC - Every time I see the news I am reminded how blessed we are to live in one of the greatest communities in America. But I am also reminded that we must not take this for granted. It is so important that we as a community continue to support each other and give back, and there isn't much tha

CARYCITIZEN.COM - 2017-11-22 14:30:46

Be wary of these shoppers in Cary. They may try to steal your wallet.

Police on Wednesday released surveillance photos of three people they described as pickpockets who have been snatching the wallets of women while they are grocery shopping. The snatchings from purses - four in all - began late last month. The most recent incident took place Nov. 18. Police say the

RALEIGH NEWS & OBSERVER - 2017-11-23 00:12:00

Cary pickpockets targeting older women in grocery stores, officials say

Cary, N.C. (WNCN) - Cary officials are asking the public to help them find a group of people suspected of stealing wallets out of the purses of older women who are grocery shopping. The most recent incident was Nov. 18 in the 1100 block of Tryon Village Drive. "A woman was engaged in conversation wi

WNCN.COM - 2017-11-22 22:50:23

Funding Non-Profits with Movies at the Cary Theater

Cary, NC - A new program launched at the Cary Theater will allow local non-profits to raise money through ticket sales to select films at Cary's downtown theater.Watching a Movie to Give Back Starting in February 2018, the Cary Theater will start its "The Cary Gives Back" screenings. For one select

CARYCITIZEN.COM - 2017-11-22 16:18:12

NC Chinese Lantern Festival returns to Cary

Cary, N.C. - The North Carolina Chinese Lantern Festival Carywill once again light up Koka Booth Amphitheatre this holiday season. In its third year, the festival includes more than 20 displays, each one comprised of hundreds of parts, and thousands of LED lights. Each lantern is made by hand on sil

WRAL - 2017-11-22 12:00:00

Weekend Events: Thanksgiving, Chinese Lantern Festival and More

Cary, NC - With Thanksgiving weekend upon us, if you have family in town and need something for them to do, here are some of the events around Cary. This Thursday is Thanksgiving so there are understandably not many events going on that day. However, Hope Community Church at 821 Buck Jones Rd. is ha

CARYCITIZEN.COM - 2017-11-22 15:30:36

Massive new Cary mosque inches toward completion

CARY, N.C. (WNCN) - It's been years in the making - one of the largest mosques in North Carolina is being built in Cary. Upon entry of the unfinished mosque, Islamic Association member Abdullah Khadra sings under the dome. The dome is in place and the groundwork has been laid. It's been almost 10

WNCN.COM - 2017-11-21 22:30:48

Cary's Heritage: Early TV and Radio

Cary, NC - Folks remember their first radios and televisions in Cary.Margaret Travis In the late twenties, radios came out. Our school principal, Mr. Beavers, took my brother Leon and sister Mary to the WPTF station in Raleigh to sing on the radio. Mama thought everybody in the world could hear them

CARYCITIZEN.COM - 2017-11-21 15:30:53

Find holiday spirit in Morris

This month, Seth and I decided to explore the quaint streets of downtown Morris. As we arrived, red brick buildings, crisscrossed windowpanes and glowing street lamps stood in our view. If you love the holidays, Morris is full of Christmas cheer right now. Warm string lights and pine wreaths line th

KANKAKEE DAILY JOURNAL - 2017-11-22 19:33:00

Morris Hospital offers new lymphedema treatment

Morris Hospital & Healthcare Centers is offering a new outpatient lymphedema therapy service provided by specially trained physical therapists at the Diagnostic & Rehabilitative Center of Morris Hospital, 100 W. Gore Road, Morris. Lymphedema is a chronic, often progressive condition that can result

OTTAWA TIMES

Mr. and Mrs. Paul (Karen) Holverson; 40 years

Mr. and Mrs. Paul (Karen) Holverson of Ottawa will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary this weekend. Paul Holverson and the former Karen Gehrke were married Nov. 26, 1977, in Immanuel Lutheran Church, Marseilles. The couple are the parents of three children, Alissa (Christopher) Shoup of Spring

NEWS TRIBUNE - 2017-11-22 16:53:00

Judge weighing new trial option

URBANA - It will be a couple of weeks before a Champaign County judge decides if a police detective's interview with a witness in convicted murderer Robbie Patton's case that came to light after Patton's conviction is sufficient to order a new trial for him. Judge Roger Webber told Assistant Public

NEWS-GAZETTE - 2017-11-22 00:13:00