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Women share experiences at 'Theodora Talk'

"My mother was my moral compass and remains to be that," said Donna Lucy, principal of Cooperstown Junior/Senior High School, during a talk that kicked off a round of story telling from women connected to the village. The sharing of personal stories and advice capped off a year of celebrating the ce

DAILY STAR - 2017-11-20 02:28:17

Race Brook Falls likely to put a smile on your face

Not every hike requires scaling a mountain. For those new to hiking, or simply looking to get back into shape while enjoying the Hudson Valley's natural beauty, the region offers numerous options for trails fit for beginners that still feature viewpoints and attractions to explore. Video by Leif Sko

POUGHKEEPSIE JOURNAL - 2017-11-20 13:32:19

Barbara Bedell: A warm tribute came on a cold, cold day

It was a bitter cold Veterans Day on Nov. 11, but Jeff Musumeci had tended to every detail from tents to heaters to make the Suresky's Dealership's annual tribute to veterans comfortable and memorable. As general manager for Suresky's, Musumeci, a 17-year employee, worked with his boss for close to

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Reporter's Notebook: OMS teacher's high-tech gear engages students

When visiting Master Teacher Cory Raner's eighth grade earth science class at Oneonta Middle School on Thursday, I got to watch students play with the augmented reality sandbox, but another state-of-the-art device Raner has wasn't in use that day. With the stipend provided by the state's Master Teac

DAILY STAR

Green, sustainable drives inventors

Nachman Kaul-Seidman flipped a switch and his invention clicked and hummed away, etching an image on a sheet of paper. The X-Y Plotter is a printer - a mishmash of hardware - based off a salvaged inkjet printer and topped off with wires and a Raspberry Pi, built around the theme of repurposing. MINI

POUGHKEEPSIE JOURNAL

New Berlin Village Board approves additional compensation for EMS services

NEW BERLIN The Village of New Berlin held its monthly board meeting on Tuesday, where they discussed additional compensation for volunteers of the Ambulance Service. During the meeting, EMS Administrator Dale Barton requested additional compensation for ambulance drivers as well as the Basic Life S

EVENING SUN - 2017-11-20 14:55:26

Capital Region Pioneer: Holly Comanzo, General Electric Global Research Center

When Holly Comanzo started her job at the GE Global Research Center in 1980, she found a company willing to help her further her education but a culture that held limited support for women. Comanzo had a week-old associate's degree in chemistry from SUNY Cobleskill when she was hired as a lab techni

TIMES UNION - 2017-11-20 16:33:04

Ensemble to play in Stamford

Friends of Music of Stamford will present Ensemble Chaconne: European Masters in 18th Century London, at 3 p.m. Sunday at the Stamford United Methodist Church at 88 Main St. in Stamford. According to a media release, the concert will showcase the English guitar - popular in 18th century London but r

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Orange man killed in multi-vehicle crash on 405 in Hawthorne

HAWTHORNE - A 65-year-old Orange man was killed and his 34-year- old passenger suffered major injuries Friday afternoon, Nov. 17 in a three-vehicle collision on the southbound San Diego (405) Freeway in Hawthorne. The crash was reported at 1:06 p.m. just south of Rosecrans Avenue, according to the C

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"The Crime of Monsieur Lange" - a crime to miss [MOVIE REVIEW]

In a new 4K restoration, Jean Renoir's too seldom seen 1936 classic "The Crime of Monsieur Lange" is a pure pleasure. Spoiler alert: this is an "old" (some would say ancient) black and white film with actors you've never heard of in a style that some might consider stagey and I consider brilliant in

EASYREADERNEWS.COM - 2017-11-20 06:25:47

Fiesta Hermosa needs changes, according to town hall feedback

Fiesta Hermosa has been an institution in the South Bay for decades, attracting thousands to the holiday arts and crafts fairs two weekends each year. But, residents and business owners in Hermosa Beach have raised concerns about whether the event billed as the largest of its kind in Southern Califo

TBRNEWS.COM - 2017-11-20 19:03:00

Holiday Things to Do in Southern California: Christmas Lights, Events and More

KNBC/KVEA The Christmas spirit is already invading Southern California neighborhoods, and Christmas lights are part of that tradition to complement one of the happiest times of the year. Dozens of cities are getting ready to show off their sparkling decorations. Grab a cup of cocoa and curl up to th

NBC LOS ANGELES - 2017-11-20 20:32:20

Manhattan Beach police chief leaving for Torrance

Eve Irvine, who became the first female police chief in Manhattan Beach in 2011, has been tapped to make history again as the first woman to lead the Torrance Police Department, the South Bay's largest municipal law enforcement agency. Torrance City Manager LeRoy Jackson said Irvine, one of four fin

TBRNEWS.COM - 2017-11-20 18:46:00

Another homegrown talent, singer Brenda Holloway is also on board." 43rd District Congresswoman Maxine Waters and State Senator Steven Bradford will be among the participating dignitaries.

The Watts Christmas Parade returns Saturday, December 2, to usher in the holiday season with legendary Watts raised singing group "The Sylvers" serving as Grand Marshall, the procession starts at 12 noon in front of the Watts Labor Community Action Center (WLCAC) 10950 S. Central Ave., proceeds down

LASENTINEL.NET - 2017-11-20 11:28:03

Culver City, You'll Roast With The Turkey: Heat Wave Weather

CULVER CITY, CA - As last-minute grocery store runs are made, recipes are sorted, and Thanksgiving plans are finalized, one thing that'll make this week a tad less enjoyable in Culver City this week is a mid-November heatwave. A strong Santa Ana weather system is expected to drive Southern Californi

PATCH - 2017-11-20 19:46:19

Want L.A's hepatitis A crisis to get even worse? Follow Venice Beach's lead

With Southern California confronting a deadly epidemic of hepatitis A, a highly contagious ailment that spreads through contact with the feces of an infected person, urban centers ought to be doing everything possible to improve sanitation. That's especially true in enclaves frequented by the homele

LA TIMES - 2017-11-20 12:00:00

Notable and Quotable: Community needs require a communal effort

While individual initiative is important, most major accomplishments of any significant scale require a team approach. Educating tomorrow's leaders. Preserving natural resources. Ending the scourge of addiction. And just making a better life for people in need. Here's Zachary Odell, director of land

MPNNOW - 2017-11-20 21:48:54

Finger Lakes Camerata to perform holiday concerts

Finger Lakes Camerata will present community concerts of holiday carols at 3 p.m. on Nov. 26 at First Congregational Church, 58 N. Main St., Canandaigua, and Dec. 2 at Farmington Friends Church, 187 County Road 8. Selections will include "Once in Royal David's City," John Rutter's "Past Three a Cloc

MPNNOW - 2017-11-20 15:28:46

Local businesses serve Thanksgiving meals to people in need

"When families come together, that forms neighborhood. When neighborhoods come together, that forms community." Devon Reynolds, co-owner of Brothers & Sisters Unisex Salon, explains why the salon will serve a free Thanksgiving meal for the third time. The salon aims to "put the unity back in the com

DEMOCRAT AND CHRONICLE - 2017-11-20 13:30:04

Jim Memmott: : A high-seas mutiny with a Canandaigua connection

Philip Spencer of Canandaigua always wanted to be a pirate. Turns out, it was a risky career goal. Dec. 1 marks the 175th anniversary of Spencer's execution by hanging in 1842. He and two other sailors, Samuel Cromwell and Elisha Small, were put to death at sea for plotting to take over the USS Some

DEMOCRAT AND CHRONICLE - 2017-11-20 18:44:19