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Snow emergency in City of Newburgh

CITY OF NEWBURGH - City Manager Michael Ciaravino has declared a snow emergency in the city until further notice. That means no parking is allowed on streets marked as snow emergency routes. On other streets, alternate side parking rules are in effect. CITY OF NEWBURGH - City Manager Michael Ciaravi

TIMES HERALD-RECORD - 2018-01-16 12:43:11

Putting a Face to the Name

The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund is building a "Wall of Faces" for a new education center at the memorial in Washington, D.C. It is collecting photographs of each of the 58,318 men and women who lost their lives in the conflict and whose names are engraved on the wall. See vvmf.org/Wall-of-Faces.K

HIGHLANDSCURRENT.COM - 2018-01-16 12:54:18

What's new in Yonkers for 2018, new stores, housing and more

YONKERS - Westchester County's largest city usually has something in the works, so 2018 will deliver new stores, housing and entertainment options for residents and visitors. Here's a round-up of some of the new attractions coming to Yonkers: The 25-unit Soyo Lofts at 13 Main St. and 2 Mill St. in d

LOHUD.COM - 2018-01-16 20:12:12

Upper Saddle River will try to settle eruv lawsuit, attorney says

UPPER SADDLE RIVER - Borough officials will try to settle a federal lawsuit brought by a Rockland County Orthodox Jewish group that built an eruv in town, according to an attorney for the borough. The decision, reached after the Borough Council met behind closed doors Monday night, marks a departure

NORTHJERSEY.COM - 2018-01-16 19:26:44

Making a case for young immigrants

CITY OF NEWBURGH - Aura Lopez Zarate was raised in an American city, has an American high school diploma and is pursuing a law degree at an American college. But like hundreds of thousands of young immigrants without citizenship who have been raised in the United States, she faces the end of a progr

TIMES HERALD-RECORD - 2018-01-16 22:57:09

Developer proposes 24 townhouses in Montvale

A new governor, return of the Women's March, Martha Stewart and Dennis Miller - all in "7 things to know this week in New Jersey." John C. Ensslin MONTVALE - A developer wants to build 24 town homes on approximately 2.5 acres of land along Spring Valley Road, near the intersection of Summit Avenue.

NORTHJERSEY.COM - 2018-01-17 05:00:08

'The Commuter' Makes Liam Neeson Look Over-the-Hill

The commuter train from Manhattan to Tarrytown is late. Not because of the usual incompetence on the Metro-North line that strands thousands of commuters every day and jams the six o'clock news with stories about misery, deteriorating rails and inconvenience. No, today the train is filled with terro

OBSERVER - 2018-01-16 16:45:38

Firefighters rescue dog from ice

Nyack and Piermont Fire Department rescue a dog from the icy waters of the Hudson River north of Nyack Beach State Park. John Meore/lohud Firefighters rescued a small dog Tuesday that had found itself on ice on the Hudson River, relatively close to shore, somewhere north of Nyack Beach. Nyack Fire

LOHUD.COM - 2018-01-16 23:38:42

Cherokee sheriff investigating possible homicide at Midway Towing

The Cherokee County Sheriff's Office is investigating after a death was reported at Midway Towing Tuesday around noon. The victim is a white male, Sheriff Jeff Shaver said. His identity will be released pending the notification of family. The business, Midway Towing, is within the Centre City Limi

AL.COM - 2018-01-16 23:02:07

Winter weather truck gets first real test

MUSCLE SHOALS - Tuesday's winter weather was the perfect time for the Muscle Shoals Public Works Department to try out its new winter weather truck. And what better place to do it than one of the runways at the Northwest Alabama Regional Airport. "It was our first time to use it," Public Works Direc

TIMES DAILY - 2018-01-17 06:10:00

Annexation, new restaurant on council agenda

FLORENCE - A new piece of property likely will be added to the city limits. The City Council will consider an annexation and rezoning request on the northwest corner of U.S. 72 and Lauderdale 61, also known as Middle Road. The council is scheduled to meet today. Pan American LLC is requesting the an

TIMES DAILY - 2018-01-16 06:10:00

Snow falls, closes schools again

The Shoals area was whitened Tuesday beneath a blanket of snow that started falling early in the morning, and could remain on the ground and roads into Thursday. The weather conditions are giving local students a second straight snow day today as all public and private schools are closed, and emerge

TIMES DAILY - 2018-01-17 06:20:00

Sheffield City Hall has closed

SHEFFIELD - Mayor Ian Sanford said the Sheffield City Hall has closed due to slick roads caused by a winter weather event. Sanford said the decision was made after he spoke to Colbert County Emergency Management Agency Director Mike Melton "Mike Melton at the EMA said the roads and bridges are impas

TIMES DAILY - 2018-01-16 15:39:00

Wife charged with murder in shooting death of husband

A Franklin County woman was charged with murder in the Saturday night shooting death of her husband. Franklin County Sheriff Shannon Oliver said his department responded to a phone call around 11:30 p.m. Saturday. They arrived at 76 Ethan Avenue, just south of Russellville, and found 58-year-old Mic


Snow moving into Alabama; up to 2 inches expected in some areas

Forecasters are starting to get reports of snow moving into Alabama early Tuesday morning. And the National Weather Service is expecting "significant" impacts as it does -- especially on roads. Some icy patches were already being reported on roads in Tuscumbia and Sheffield in northwest Alabama as o

AL.COM - 2018-01-16 12:02:31

7 funny snow day school announcements

Are your kids out of school due to the winter weather? How were your notified? A text? A phone call? Or something a little different? School systems, superintendents and principals are getting creative with their snow day announcements, as we can see in this sampling from around the country: Tullaho

AL.COM - 2018-01-17 01:12:47

Harlingen Police Continue Search for Second Assault Suspect

HARLINGEN - Police have released the identity of a suspect who they say is still on the run. Harlingen police are on the lookout for 33-year-old Juan Manuel Sosa, also known as "Sonny". Authorities believe he was allegedly involved in an assault at a business last Thursday on the 1500 block of North

KRGV - 2018-01-16 07:22:00

Pedestrian Hit by Driver in Harlingen Street

HARLINGEN - A suspected drunk driver is in police custody after an auto-pedestrian crash in Harlingen. Police say the crash happened on the 500 block of North Ed Carey Drive around 5 p.m. Sunday. The victim was walking across the street when he was struck by a vehicle, according to a Harlingen Poli

KRGV - 2018-01-15 20:43:00

Flight Cancellations due to Winter Weather

MCALLEN - The winter weather has some airlines canceling flights across the country. Some of those cancellations are impacting operations in Texas. The following is a list of the canceled flights to and from the Rio Grande Valley. At the McAllen Miller International Airport: At the Valley Internatio

KRGV - 2018-01-16 18:35:00

Debt bill hurts consumers - Brownsville Herald: Letters To The Editor

Why is Rep. Gonzalez backing a bill that would shield lawyers from liability for false, deceptive, misleading, and unfair practices when collecting debts in courts? Texans like to boast that everything is bigger here. Unfortunately, when it comes to consumer debt in collection, they are correct. A r

BROWNSVILLE HERALD - 2018-01-17 06:55:00