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Local students honor MLK by giving back

Each year on the third Monday in January, the nation takes a collective pause from its usual routine to celebrate and reflect upon the life and achievements of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. In 1957, King stood before a gathered audiences in Montgomery, Ala., and spoke the following

NEW JERSEY HERALD - 2018-01-16 08:01:00

Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s birthday celebrated

MIDDLETOWN - Members of the Middletown community came together Sunday afternoon to commemorate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s birthday and celebrate what he stood for. The dozens of people, black, brown and white, young and old, participated at St. John's AME Zion Church.Large turnout in Middletown t

MID-HUDSON NEWS NETWORK - 2018-01-15 11:10:44

New regional crime analysis center set to open in Goshen

GOSHEN - Police and prosecutors in Orange, Ulster and Dutchess counties are going high-tech in the fight against crime. By early March, the Hudson Valley Crime Analysis Center will open in the basement of the Orange County Emergency Services Center in Goshen. The regional crime analysis center will

TIMES HERALD-RECORD - 2018-01-16 00:24:04

JOSEPH MARZIANO ANTONA, SR.

December 31, 1931 - January 12, 2018 Washingtonville, NY Joseph Marziano Antona "Joe", 86 years old of Washingtonville, NY, entered into rest after a long illness on January 12th, 2018. He was a dedicated husband and father. He resided in his home right up to the very last minutes with family always

TIMES HERALD-RECORD - 2018-01-16 07:00:00

Sussex Borough water advisory remains in effect

SUSSEX BOROUGH -- A "boil water" advisory issued over the weekend to residents will likely remain in effect until later this week, but officials are confident the turbidity -- or cloudiness caused by particles in the drinking water -- that prompted the warning is now under control. Residents receive

NEW JERSEY HERALD - 2018-01-15 08:01:00

As Murphy vows millionaires tax, Christie says Jersey will be sorry if rich people flee

Higher taxes on millionaires coming this year? Not so fast, says a report by the outgoing administration of Gov. Chris Christie. The report, released Wednesday, warns of the financial repercussions of spooking wealthy residents into fleeing the Garden State. When the very rich leave, the report say

NJ.COM

What politics awaits Hudson County in 2018?: Political Insider

What do we have to look forward to in the world of politics this year? The simple answer is a handful of elections. There is a congressional race and three municipal contests in Bayonne, Union City and Weehawken. I guess the most important, supposedly, but least interesting is the re-election effort

NJ.COM

Sweet news for Sugar Loaf: Barnsider reopening in the works

SUGAR LOAF - For merchants in this crafts village, the Barnsider restaurant, a fixture in the hamlet for 35 years, was family. When it closed two years ago, it was like losing a family member. As Rachel Bertoni, vice president of the Sugar Loaf Chamber of Commerce, who has run her jewelry store in t

TIMES HERALD-RECORD

NRV Packaging shipping office catches fire; no injuries reported

PULASKI, Va. (WDBJ7) -- Fire crews responded to a fire at the NRV Packaging shipping office in Pulaski, Va. Monday evening. Fire officials told WDBJ7's Eamon O'Meara that no one was inside of the office at the time of the fire and no one was hurt. Officials say that computers and other electronic

WDBJ7.COM - 2018-01-16 05:17:00

VIDEO: Local quilters keep tradition, hope alive

Source: The Foothills Quilters gather to present quilts and blankets to representatives form The Ark, Your Father's House and I Support My Community each holiday season. Beanie Taylor | The Tribune Four different groups were served with 52 blankets and quilts from the Foothills Quilters. Beanie Ta

ELKIN TRIBUNE - 2018-01-15 22:38:17

Giraffe added to Wythe animal park

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SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA TODAY - 2018-01-14 11:00:00

Timesland top 10 basketball rankings for week of Jan. 14

BOYS 1. Northside (15-0) 2. Radford (12-0) 3. Carlisle (11-3) 4. North Cross (10-3) 5. Grayson County (12-1) 6. William Fleming (8-3) 7. George Wythe (10-2) 8. Hidden Valley (11-3) 9. Martinsville (8-4) 10. Franklin County (10-4) GIRLS 1. William Fleming (11-0) 2. Lord Botetourt (10-3) 3. Parry McCl

ROANOKE TIMES - 2018-01-15 00:39:00

Roads treated, advisement issued ahead of Tuesday snow threat

ROANOKE COUNTY, Va. - With snow expected to hit southwest, central and southern Virginia Tuesday starting in the late afternoon, crews are treating roads in anticipation of slick conditions. Virginia Department of Transportation workers began putting salt brine on interstates and highways starting

WSLS - 2018-01-15 21:31:16

Trial delayed for Wytheville man shot by police

The trial for a Wytheville man who was shot by police responding to a burglary report was delayed this week after a state police special agent involved in the case got sick. Danny Lee Osborn, 61, was supposed to be tried Thursday by a judge on five felony charges related to a May 11, 2016, break-in

SOUTHWEST VIRGINIA TODAY

Art house: 'It's my life's work,' says Giles County's Pat West

PEMBROKE - The words "SIN," "SEX" and "ARISE" in huge letters greet visitors rolling into Pat West's driveway. The first two declaim from the side of her house, the third from above the entrance to her garden shed. Provocative as that might sound, the Giles County artist says there's no particular m

ROANOKE TIMES

NRCC offering free GED prep classes

Free GED preparation classes will be offered through the New River Community College Office of Transitional Programs beginning Monday, Jan. 22, in Montgomery, Floyd, Giles and Pulaski counties and the city of Radford. The classes run until May 10. The classes help adults increase their skills to pas

ROANOKE TIMES

Martin Luther King Jr. Day March in Seaside

A mix of progressive groups from around the Monterey Peninsula marched in Seaside on Monday in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The event brought together people of diverse backgrounds, including many children who spent a day off school engaged in activism. "He fought for his own rights. Even th

KSBW.COM - 2018-01-16 00:07:00

Seaside MLK event emphasizes the next generation

The Seaside High School ROTC color guard at the annual Martin Luther King Jr. March. (Vern Fisher - Monterey Herald) SEASIDE >> Children played tag in a parking lot in front of the Monterey County Social Services Offices on Monday as they waited to participate in Seaside's 32nd annual Dr. Martin L

MONTEREY COUNTY HERALD - 2018-01-15 08:00:00

Seaside councilwoman takes stand against Carmel mayor's appointment to leadership role within Monterey County

Seaside councilwoman Kayla Jones, along with four other local council members, are petitioning the Monterey County Mayor's Association to suspend Carmel Mayor Steve Dallas as chair until the investigation launched into him is complete. An independent investigation has been launched into Dallas after

KSBW.COM

Two dead in fatal Salinas accident on Constitution Boulevard

Two people are dead and one person is in critical condition after an accident on Constitution Boulevard in Salinas. Salinas Police confirm a 22-year-old female and an 8-month-old boy were killed in the crash, which happened near Independence Boulevard around 1 a.m. The 23-year old male driver is i

KSBW.COM - 2018-01-14 22:12:00