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Female robber grabbed cash at Monticello Jeff Bank branch, cops said

MONTICELLO - Village police are looking for a woman who, police said, held up a Jeff Bank branch in Monticello Saturday morning and made off with an undetermined amount of cash. Police said the holdup occurred about 10 a.m. at the Jeff Bank branch at 19 Forestburgh Road. They said the woman passed a

TIMES HERALD-RECORD - 2017-11-18 20:39:45

Monticello schools to offer up $100M project for vote

MONTICELLO - The Monticello School District plans to put a $100 million capital project to renovate the high school and all elementary schools before voters in December. The two-phase project also includes the reopening of Cornelius Duggan Elementary School, which was closed in June 2010, and a rest

TIMES HERALD-RECORD - 2017-11-19 00:42:55

Sullivan County Ups the Fight Against Fraud

MONTICELLO - The Sullivan County Welfare Fraud Task Force announced multiple new arrests in an ongoing effort to root out waste and abuse of the County's Social Services system. Kandiss L. Siegert The Task Force incorporates resources from the District Attorney's Office, the Sheriff's Office and the


Man convicted in burglary at motel

MONTICELLO - A jury in Sullivan County Court has convicted a Monticello man of breaking into a motel room to steal property, District Attorney Jim Farrell said. After a three-day trial and a few hours of deliberation, the jury found Angelo "Deon" Johnson, 40, guilty of second-degree burglary, a felo


Sullivan's welfare fraud crackdown paying dividends

Todora says the "see something, say something" motto applies to rooting out welfare fraud MONTICELLO - With the arrest of four more accused of various forms of welfare fraud, Sullivan County officials say their effort is paying dividends. Taking credit is the county's new Welfare Fraud Task Force.


Monticello man convicted in motel burglary

Johnson MONTICELLO - A Monticello man was convicted in Sullivan County Court on Friday of felony burglary for the crime committed in a motel room in Monticello in November 2016. Sullivan County District Attorney James Farrell said the proof, over the course of the three-day trial established that


Troopers release photo of missing Wayne County man

Edsall State police at Honesdale this afternoon released a photograph of a Wayne County man missing since Monday. James David Edsall, 46, of Prompton, was last seen at his home Monday at 5:30 p.m., state police said. State police believe that he may be driving his Ford F250. Susan Edsall, his wif


Crews realign, investigate derailed train

Cheryl PetersenCrews from Paynes Cranes from Bainbridge and a contractor for Selkirk work to return a Delaware and Ulster Railride train car to the tracks on Thursday. Cheryl PetersenCrews from Paynes Cranes from Bainbridge and a contractor for Selkirk work to return a Delaware and Ulster Railride t


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What is that? George Carlin would ask as he peered into the back of the refrigerator pondering the mystery leftovers. Could be meat, could be cake. Meatcake! This is what the politicians in Congress who support the Trump agenda are feeding us with their tax reform bill. In this version the richest 1


Pimentel, Buck are united in marriage

Victoria Patricia Pimentel of Normandy and Michael Buck of Unionville were united in marriage on the evening of May 27 at Saddle Woods Farm in Murfreesboro. The bride is the daughter of Roger and Diane Pimentel of Normandy. She is the granddaughter of the late Reginald Piementel, Jean T. O'Brien of

SHELBYVILLE TIMES-GAZETTE - 2017-11-19 06:00:00

UTSI graduate students receive outstanding presentation awards

Tullahoma, TN - The 10th Reliability, Availability, and Maintainability (RAM) Training Summit sponsored by the Society of Reliability Engineers (SRE), Huntsville Chapter was held November 8th and 9th at Defense Acquisition University (DAU) South Region, Huntsville, AL. The two-day event brings toget

HERALD CHRONICLE - 2017-11-17 20:33:00

THS students shine at competition

STAFF WRITER Erin McCullough Being a first-year program didn't hold back any of the Tullahoma High School (THS) criminal justice students at their first competition last week, according to school officials. The Tullahoma team competed against eight other high schools and took home four different awa


The Villages hosts fundraising event for the Senior Citizens Awareness Network (S.C.A.N.)

The Villages of Murfreesboro is set to host the 1st Annual "Christmas for a Cause" benefiting the Rutherford County Senior Citizens Awareness Network (S.C.A.N.). Christmas trees and wreaths will be sponsored by local businesses and set up throughout The Villages of Murfreesboro to be auctioned in si

WGNSRADIO.COM - 2017-11-17 23:59:59

Aggravated rape, theft under investigation

Murfreesboro Police Department is investigating an aggravated rape and theft on Sunset Avenue involving an 85 year old victim. The victim told police her attacker, described as a younger black male, was armed with a silver handgun when he approached her in her home's garage just before 1 p.m. Nov. 1


85-Year-Old Raped, Robbed At Gunpoint

MURFREESBORO, Tenn. - An 85-year-old woman was allegedly raped and robbed at gunpoint in Murfreesboro in the middle of the day. According to police, the crime happened on Sunset Avenue around 1 p.m. Tuesday when the woman was cleaning the windows of her vehicle in her garage. The woman told police t


MJCA girls move to 2-0

The Lady Saints led 5-3 following the first quarter, trailed 14-12 at halftime and were back in front 20-18 going into the fourth as they returned home 2-0 for the three-day old season. Caroline Hibbett tossed in 10 points for the Lady Saints while Caitlyn Smith notched nine, Amelia Lyons seven, Abi


Armed, Dangerous Man Wanted In Crossville

CROSSVILLE, Tenn. - Police in Crossville have been searching for a man who's wanted, armed, and dangerous. Authorities with the City of Crossville Police Department asked residents to be on the lookout for 39-year-old William Shone Moore. Moore was described as standing around 6'3" tall and weighing


Forced out of private venues, white nationalists are descending on Tennessee state parks

The pool was drained and the lounge chairs had been put away for the season, but the adjacent meeting lodge at Cumberland Mountain State Park was open for business. On the late-September Saturday morning in Crossville, Stormfront, an online message board site for white nationalists, had returned for

THE TENNESSEAN - 2017-11-19 15:00:00

Weather-related fire damages home in Monterey

A fire that was reportedly weather-related severely damaged a home Saturday evening in Monterey on Walton Hills Road in the middle of a severe thunderstorm warning."It was most likely a lightning ... This item is available in full to subscribers. By LAURA MILITANA A fire that was reportedly weather-

HERALD-CITIZEN - 2017-11-19 05:20:15

Monterey applies for trail extension grant

The Monterey Board of Mayor and Aldermen has voted to apply for a grant to pay for another extension of the town's rail trail, although one alderman did not like the way the issue came up. "(It's a) health grant that would extend the trail on out to Satterfield Road is what we're hoping," said Alder