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Two charged with alleged housing assistance fraud

GLENS FALLS - Two residents of Stichman Towers were charged with felonies recently for failing to disclose all of their income when receiving federal rental housing assistance, police said. The two are married but live in separate apartments in the Jay Street senior citizen high-rise, according to t

POST-STAR - 2017-11-20 21:06:00

Think of it as an investment

(The following is an imagined dialogue between Gov. Cuomo and a representative of the Adirondack Scenic Railroad.) - Hello, I'm Governor Andrew Cuomo. What can I do for you today? - My name is Larry Locomotive, and I represent the Adirondack Scenic Railroad. I'm requesting $15 million in taxpayer


Campaign continues to raise smoking age

PLATTSBURGH - Clinton County health advocates are engaged in a regional effort to educate the community about the benefits of raising the minimum age of sale for tobacco products from 18 to 21. The local task force, joining the national Tobacco 21 movement, is comprised of Tobacco Free CFE (Clinton,

PRESS REPUBLICAN - 2017-11-20 19:05:26

Guarding the past: municipal historians keepers of the memories

For nearly 100 years state law has required every municipality - every village, town, city, county - to have a historian. Under the law, the duties of governmental historians are to research and write; teach and hold public presentations; preserve local history and to organize the celebration of hi

WATERTOWNDAILYTIMES.COM - 2017-11-19 08:30:00

United Way raises $430,000 for 2018 grants

After a series of fundraising campaigns, the United Way of NNY announced Friday it will be able to award $430,000 in 2018 grants to its partner agencies in Jefferson, St. Lawrence and Lewis counties. According to CEO Robert D. Gorman, the money was generated primarily through opt-in payroll deductio

WATERTOWNDAILYTIMES.COM - 2017-11-19 13:15:00

Lookback: Week of Nov. 20 to Nov. 27

PRESS-REPUBLICAN ARCHIVESRichie Collins, attired in his leaf-raking shorts ensemble, took advantage of the recent unseasonably warm weather to tidy up his girlfriend's yard. (1992) 25 YEARS AGO - 1992 The Village of Saranac Lake, approaching the end of its centennial year, received a fitting birthd

PRESS REPUBLICAN - 2017-11-20 08:00:00

Police: DNA proves sexual assault by Plattsburgh man

Brandon C. Gaine PLATTSBURGH - A Plattsburgh man is accused of sexually abusing a 17-year-old while she was unconscious. Brandon C. Gaine, 19, reportedly assaulted the girl on Jan. 11, City Police Lt. Bradley Kiroy said. They knew each other before the alleged incident, which occurred at a residence

PRESS REPUBLICAN - 2017-11-20 20:53:56

Police search for two burglary suspects

BARTON, Vt. (WCAX) Derby police are looking for a male and female suspect they say forced their way into a home in Barton Village at 7 p.m on Sunday. The white male suspect has been identified as having longer than average dark hair, unshaved dark facial hair, and wearing a black hooded winter coat

WCAX - 2017-11-20 15:47:00

Laughlin Ranch is back in business

BULLHEAD CITY - Real estate sales are back in full force at Laughlin Ranch. The master-planned community east of the Bullhead Parkway has had its share of ups and downs in its 15-year history. Developer David Lords said he sees this as an up time and one that will continue soaring to new heights. "I

MOHAVE DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-20 06:50:00

Boom Box Parade judges announced

BULLHEAD CITY - The panel of judges has been announced for the Dec. 1 Boom Box Parade in Bullhead City. The parade, conducted by the Colorado River Women's Council and sponsored by Mohave Electric Cooperative, Murphy Broadcasting, TV2-KLBC, Western Arizona Regional Medical Center and All Wellness M

MOHAVE DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-20 06:54:00

City seeks trout to ease caddisfly infestation

BULLHEAD CITY - Bullhead City Pest Abatement Manager Joe Iburg is working with state and federal agencies to add an additional 110,000 rainbow trout to the Colorado River below Davis Dam in 2018. At Iburg's request, City Council members will consider making the formal request to Arizona Game and Fis

MOHAVE DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-21 05:57:00

City to host session on court improvements

BULLHEAD CITY - City Magistrate Peter Psareas will provide a tour of the updated City Court facilities to council members in a work session tonight. The special meeting begins at 4:30 p.m. at the Council Chamber, 1255 Marina Boulevard. The regularly scheduled City Council meeting immediately follows

MOHAVE DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-21 05:55:00

Competition helps support Breast Cancer Awareness

Harrah's Laughlin managers display the bras created for competition. The Battle of the Bras Department was one way the casino showed support for Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October.Contributed LAUGHLIN - About a month ago, Harrah's Laughlin employees showed their sense of humor and their desire

MOHAVE DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-19 21:45:00

New juice bar opens at Harrah's

DALLAS - Laughlin casino patrons have a healthy way to indulge when taking a break from on-site entertainment. Owner and operator Kathy Ochs recently opened a Red Mango Yogurt Cafe at the food court at Harrah's Laughlin Casino and Hotel, 2900 S. Casino Dr. Guests can stop by for Red Mango's award-wi


Plastic bags sought for mat-weaving

BULLHEAD CITY - American Legion Post 87 in Bullhead City is looking for plastic shopping bags to continue making sleeping mats and pillows for area homeless men and women. "We need bags desperately," said Janice Williamson, a post auxiliary member and the District 7 president, about the group's comm

MOHAVE DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-20 06:47:00

Holding court: City opens pickleball facility at Rotary Park

BULLHEAD CITY - Parks and Recreation hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony Friday morning celebrating the opening of four outdoor pickleball courts at Rotary Park. "Pickleball, one of the sports exploding nationwide, has come to Bullhead City with a passion," said Mayor Tom Brady. "I'm really proud of ou


Chelmsford board hears impassioned arguments for and against tax classification

CHELMSFORD -- Residents and business owners are divided over whether the town should split its property tax rate after nearly 20 years with a single rate. Selectmen heard arguments for and against the splitting the rate at a crowded tax classification hearing Monday. Attorney Doug Hausler, speakin

THEVALLEYDISPATCH.COM - 2017-11-21 03:37:15

Chelmsford church holds vigil for transgender victims of violence

Building Community is a year-long initiative to highlight aspects of the community that contribute to our sense of belonging and foster new connections. Margaret Smith msmith@wickedlocal.com @chelmsford As darkness moved in on Saturday evening, lights appeared on the Town Common, around the First P

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-20 19:29:30

Chelmsford man arraigned in highway worker's death

Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan has announced that James Scoville, 33, of Chelmsford, was arraignedNov. 20in Middlesex Superior Court in connection with a 2016 motor vehicle crashthat killedHi-Way Safety Systems, Inc. worker Thomas O'Day, 52, of East Bridgewater. In a press release, Ryan sai

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-20 18:22:44

Chelmsford Girl Scouts receive awards

On Oct. 22, Girl Scouts of Chelmsford held a recognition ceremony at Central Congregational Church to recognize seven Girl Scouts who had obtained higher awards. Three Girl Scouts from Troop 88182 earned the Bronze Award, which requires that each girl must work on their project for a minimum of 20

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-20 14:47:03