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Security, technology part of Little Falls capital project

LITTLE FALLS - The last major capital project in the Little Falls City School District was 20 years ago - which included the transformation of the Benton Hall Academy building and improvements at the Little Falls Middle and High School buildings. Now, the district is considering upgrading facilities


Business owner on hospital: 'We know nothing'

UTICA - Last week, the Mohawk Valley Health System unveiled the site plan for its proposed downtown Utica hospital along Columbia, Cornelia, Lafayette and State streets. The 25-acre project includes the 373-bed, 672,000-square-foot hospital; five parking lots along State, Columbia and Lafayette stre

OBSERVER-DISPATCH - 2017-11-24 05:01:00

Christensen accepted into honorary society

Christensen, who attended Dolgeville Central School, is a member of the class of 2019 and is majoring in mathematics and economics. Today's breaking news and more in your inbox Christensen, who attended Dolgeville Central School, is a member of the class of 2019 and is majoring in mathematics and e

LEADER-HERALD - 2017-11-24 08:00:00

Salvation Army kicks off Red Kettle Campaign

HERKIMER - The Salvation Army in Herkimer officially kicked off its annual Red Kettle Campaign this week, with the hopes of adding a new business to its list of locations to ring bells. Capt. John Wood, of the local Salvation Army, said the agency is committed to ring bells and set up their red kett

TIMESTELEGRAM.COM - 2017-11-24 20:17:21

County drops 10-year limit on tax break for Cold War veterans

Dropping a 10-year limit on a prior tax relief law for Cold War veterans, and approving a new 5-year contract for 12 county Health Department nurses, were among actions Wednesday by the county Board of Legislators. Among other approvals were two bond resolutions totaling $164.5 mlllion for Oneida Co

ROMESENTINEL.COM - 2017-11-25 00:00:00

MVCC to host quilt display, film for World AIDS Day on Dec. 1

Mohawk Valley Community College will host events for World AIDS Day Friday, Dec. 1. MVCC will display three sections of the internationally celebrated AIDS Memorial Quilt, the 54-ton, handmade tapestry that stands as a memorial to more than 94,000 individuals lost to AIDS. Two panels will be on view

ROMESENTINEL.COM - 2017-11-25 00:02:00

Genesis Group aids trio of local organizations for holiday help

Efforts by three local organizations to prepare Thanksgiving Day food baskets and meals were assisted by donations of $400 apiece from the Genesis Group. Recipients included the Rome Rescue Mission, the Thea Bowman House in Utica and the Mohawk Valley Rotary. The Genesis Group conducted a Thanksgivi

ROMESENTINEL.COM - 2017-11-25 00:00:00

Herkimer awaits results of creek study

HERKIMER - The Herkimer town board is waiting to hear from its consultant regarding the status of the hydroelectric dam and whether or not it has had any impact on the erosion problems along West Canada Creek, according to Town Supervisor Dominic Frank. The town's consultant, Jim Houston, an enginee

TIMESTELEGRAM.COM - 2017-11-24 20:17:35

6 suspects charged in man's death after punch appear in bond court

Pictured above, from left to right, are{ }Brooke Ann Mitchum, Timothy Charles McKuhen, Andrew Echipare Alccantara Jr, Calvin Wayne Rooney III, John H. Hendrix Jr. and Deron Michael Fox. (WCIV) Six people charged in the death of a man an affidavit states was punched in the head and died, appeared in

ABCNEWS4.COM - 2017-11-23 15:41:43

One of two teens implicated in North Charleston death is sentenced to 30 years in prison

One of two teenagers who police said played a role in a North Charleston shooting death has been sentenced to 30 years in prison. Bryant Bennett was 17 when the authorities said he and Jayvon Edward Deas, 18, killed 19-year-old Lamonte Simmons during an argument last year in the Dorchester-Waylyn co

THE POST AND COURIER - 2017-11-24 15:17:00

North Charleston church buses in dozens to receive free meals

At a small church in North Charleston, a group of church members gave people without a home a reason to be thankful on Thursday. "We are feeding the community," Feed the Community Organizer Deadra V. Ross said. "We are having community dinner, where anyone is welcome to come." Ross said the voluntee

LIVE5NEWS.COM - 2017-11-23 23:00:05

North Charleston congregation worked on Thanksgiving to ensure homeless were not forgotten

A North Charleston church served not only their own on Thanksgiving, but they went out of their way to welcome the homeless. Volunteers with the Destiny Worship Center drove in the rain, picked up the homeless, and drove them back to the church for a warm, dry meal. "Some folks don't have transporta

ABCNEWS4.COM - 2017-11-23 19:20:50

North Charleston 16-year-old accepted to MUSC

16-year-old Kira Adkins will attend MUSC in the summer of 2018. NORTH CHARLESTON, SC (WCBD) - One North Charleston 16-year-old will head straight to graduate school in the summer at the Medical University of South Carolina. Kira Adkins is a senior at Academic Magnet High School in Charleston Count


Man demands money from North Charleston bank, leaves empty-handed

NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCBD) - The North Charleston Police Department is investigating following an attempted bank robbery, Wednesday afternoon. Authorities say just after 2 p.m. on November 22, officers responded to the Bank of America on Rivers Ave where employees said a male entered the bank and


North Charleston Police give back, handing out food, clothes before Thanksgiving

A North Charleston Police officer's good deed has grown into an annual event just in time for Thanksgiving. Police officers gave out donated clothes and a Thanksgiving meal the day before the big day. The event began with Pfc. Jamel Foster, who said he was cleaning out his closet last year when he h


Deputy charged after chase ended in crash that killed man

Troopers said an Anderson County deputy was charged and arrested Wednesday after the deputy struck another vehicle, killing the driver, during a chase back in July. The chase and crash occurred on July 23 while Deputy Timothy Chapman was chasing another car on Highway 8 when he crashed into a Honda


Rotary names 2017 Officers of the Year

From left to right - Back Row: Bill Fenton, The Colusa Rotary Club named six officers as Peace Officers of the Year for 2017 on Tuesday, one each for the Colusa County Sheriff's Office, the Colusa Police Department, the Williams Police Department, the Colusa County Probation Department, the Californ

WILLIAMSPIONEER.COM - 2017-11-24 18:25:18

Quilt home tour features home with spectacular views

The Paradise Ridge Quilters Guild's Holiday Home Tour will be 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Dec. 2 and Dec. 3 and feature five decorated homes. In addition to quilts on display, the tour includes a boutique with handmade items, a raffle and refreshments. Tickets are $10 and available at local quilt shops: Debbi

CHICO ENTERPRISE-RECORD - 2017-11-23 08:00:00

High school sports schedule, county leaders

thursday's games No games scheduledFriday's games Footballncs division v playoffs Semifinals Kelseyville at Middletown, 7 p.m.Saturday's games Footballncs division v playoffs Semifinals Clear Lake at St. Patrick/St. Vincent, 7 p.m. Cross countrycif state championships At Woodward Park, Fresno Kelsey


Tehama shooter had ongoing conflicts with neighbors before rampage

TEHAMA COUNTY, Calif./Brooks Jarosz - Police reports reveal the man who went on a violent shooting rampage in Northern California had a history a violence and neighbors were fearful. 2 Investigates found Tehama County Sheriff's Deputies responded to 21 reports of incidents involving Kevin Janson Nea