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Northville Central School hosts Thanksgiving feast

For The Recorder NORTHVILLE - Every year for more than 40 years students at Northville Central School District have celebrated Thanksgiving with a feast. Over the years, the program has evolved from seniors preparing a meal for kindergartners and delivering it to their classrooms to a full-blown cel

RECORDERNEWS.COM - 2017-11-22 08:00:00

A special kind of dinner

Arelene Rambush, left, Northville High School Principal Kyle McFarland, center, and Elementary Principal Tammy Reidell, right pose for photo before carving the turkey for the Thanksgiving dinner during the school's "Kindergarten Feast" event on Tuesday. (The Leader-Herald/Briana O'Hara) NORTHVILLE -

LEADER-HERALD - 2017-11-23 08:00:00

Businesses ready for holiday shoppers

This year after family and friends celebrate a day of thanks, they can then make their way to local shops and businesses for both Black Friday and Small Business Saturday, which gives local shoppers time for Christmas shopping and maybe sneak a gift or two for themselves. In the village of Northvil

LEADER-HERALD - 2017-11-23 08:00:00

State Police: Gloversville man charged with child porn

Capture.JPG GLOVERSVILLE< (WRGB) State Police have arrested a Gloversville man, accused of possessing child pornography. Police say 23 year old Justin Lehr admitted to possessing the material on a computer and usb drive. He's due back in court at a later date. Capture.JPG GLOVERSVILLE< (WRGB) Sta

WRGB - 2017-11-22 16:48:51

Stories salve for a tragedy that claimed a loving mother and her daughter

CORINTH - It just took one phone call, and Tonya Slimmer would zoom over to Corinth Central School to pick up any of her kids if they were sick. And school nurse, Donna Briner, had six of the eight Slimmer children visit the office from time to time. "She'd do anything for those kids," Briner said a

POST-STAR - 2017-11-23 02:30:00

Candlelight vigil held for family that died in fire in Corinth

corinthvigil.PNG CORINTH -- Dozens of friends and family gathered outside the home on Main Street in Corinth where Tonya Slimmer and her daughter Briaunna died in a fire on Monday. Officials say they died from smoke inhalation. They lit candles and said prayers in unison for the family. People also

WRGB - 2017-11-22 19:55:33

Person who started Corinth may never be known, services scheduled

CORINTH - Corinth Fire Chief Andy Kelley clarified statements made on Tuesday about the origin of the fire that killed a mother and daughter. According to the preliminary documents by state and county fire investigators, the fire started in the bedroom of the elementary school-age children and is li

POST-STAR - 2017-11-22 21:35:00

Milton officials. residents discuss options for Boyhaven property

MILTON, N.Y. >> The town of Milton had its third public meeting Monday night for residents to learn more about the town's purchase of the Boyhaven property and to offer feedback and input as to how they would like to see the property put to use. Boyhaven, located between Route 29 and Middle Grove Ro

SARATOGIAN

Forsyth Schools approve redistricting map

FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. - After months of deliberation, public feedback and a potential lawsuit, the Forsyth County Board of Education approved its final redistricting map Nov. 14. Chairwoman Kristin Morrissey cast the lone dissention vote. Just a day before, a group called the Citizens for Common Sense

NORTHFULTON.COM - 2017-11-22 08:00:00

Alpharettan Wesley Williams arrested for child solicitation

LILBURN, Ga. - Alpharetta resident Wesley Baylock Williams, 53, was arrested the night of Nov. 20 at a Lilburn city park where he thought he was going to pick up a 14-year-old girl he met through his computer. Instead, Williams was the one picked up by Lilburn police as part of an operation by the G

NORTHFULTON.COM - 2017-11-22 08:00:00

Business leader quells rumors about farmers market demise

ALPHARETTA, Ga. - John Ray has had a busy week. The president of the Alpharetta Business Association says he has been putting out fires, trying to quiet some of the confusion over whether the popular Alpharetta Downtown Farmers Market is being forced to find a new home. That won't happen, Ray said.

NORTHFULTON.COM - 2017-11-22 08:00:00

Ethics panel dismisses charge against Milton organization

MILTON, Ga. - The case against a Milton organization under investigation for campaign ethics violations has been dismissed. Milton resident Francia Lindon filed the ethics complaint against the Milton Coalition in July claiming it constituted a group of more than one person and that it had violated

NORTHFULTON.COM - 2017-11-22 08:00:00

Once a Raider, always a Raider

Eleven years ago I walked into Alpharetta High School for the first time, scared but excited to start the new chapter in my life. And just last week, I walked back through the same front doors into the same hallways, again scared but excited. Except this time I was playing principal for the day. I s

NORTHFULTON.COM - 2017-11-22 08:00:00

Sorry to be ungrateful...

Well some people will think I'm crazy, but I'm a not afraid to admit: I'm not a big fan of Thanksgiving, never have been. The endless day of cooking and cleaning for a meal that lasts about 30 minutes does not get me all excited. Plus, half the items cooked (mostly vegetables) I don't even like! On

NORTHFULTON.COM - 2017-11-22 08:00:00

This Thanksgiving, forego the nap and hike instead

Thanksgiving is here! If you're like me, you're looking forward to getting together with family and friends for good conversation and good fellowship - and good food. Yep. If you're like me, that means lots of good food. Every year I face the challenge of what to do after the Thanksgiving meal. The

NORTHFULTON.COM - 2017-11-22 08:00:00

North Fulton Charities feeds hundreds for Thanksgiving

NORTH FULTON, Ga. - For more than 500 families, Thanksgiving came a bit early this year. After months of collecting donations, North Fulton Community Charities handed out turkeys, three bags of food each and gift cards to grocery stores to families in North Fulton on Nov. 19. Director of Programs E

NORTHFULTON.COM - 2017-11-22 08:00:00

Mount Pleasant among top places for small business

Mount Pleasant was ranked the sixth-best place for small business by an Atlanta company. Welcomemat Services used an algorithm that took into account income levels, age of community members, business density, walkability and school district quality to rank 375 neighborhoods across the country, placi

CHARLESTON REGIONAL BUSINESS JOURNAL - 2017-11-22 08:00:00

East Cooper land deal protects salt marsh, small island in Mount Pleasant

Looking toward Sullivan's Island and the Ben Sawyer bridge from a marsh island along Conch Creek, which is now owned by the East Cooper Land Trust. Provided. MOUNT PLEASANT - A land deal involving hundreds of acres of salt marsh and a small island on the north side of the Ben Sawyer causeway has dou

THE POST AND COURIER

Old Laing Middle School in Mount Pleasant to be demolished, replaced by Home Depot

Growth and development in and around Mount Pleasant has been a divisive issue for years. It's now an issue hitting home for many saddened to see what they feel is an East of the Cooper landmark slated for demolition. The old Laing Middle School, which sits at the corner of 6 Mile Road and Hwy. 17 i

ABCNEWS4.COM

Shooting suspects hid in ditch behind police station, report states

Pictured from left to right are Gardner, Hanton and Addison (Al Cannon Detention Center) If you're running from the cops, you probably shouldn't hide in a ditch behind a police station. According to an incident report provided by the North Charleston Police Department, that's what happened with men

ABCNEWS4.COM - 2017-11-22 13:40:26