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Rotary launches local 'Build a Bed' project

With the second annual wreath project now complete, the Princeton Rotary Club is ready to kick off its Build a Bed program. The wreath auction, which raised $900 through community members bidding on wreaths created by local businesses, wrapped up Dec. 9 and local Rotarians are using those funds to c


Kentucky State Police searching for escaped inmate

Kentucky State Police are seeking help from the public in tracking down Edward Prease, 25, who escaped Christian County Detention Center just before 7:00 p.m. Saturday. The detention center is located at 410 West 7th Street in Hopkinsville. There is no indication which direction Prease fled, but he

WSMV - 2017-12-17 21:40:00

Casey retires from Beautification Commission

Anne Casey, Hopkinsville Beautification Commission director, works on a pot outside her office on N. Main St. Friday. Friday was Casey's last day on the job as she was retiring after being asked to lead the beautification efforts by former Mayor Dan Kemp ten 10 years ago.Meredith Willse | Kentucky N

KENTUCKY NEW ERA - 2017-12-18 06:03:00

Montgomery County Mugshots 12/15 | ClarksvilleNow.com

NOTE: All information is provided by MCSO, and as such is a public record. Arrests, citations and charges are not meant to imply guilt. NOTE: All information is provided by MCSO, and as such is a public record. Arrests, citations and charges are not meant to imply guilt.


Power out in parts of Jefferson City and Wardsville

More than 1,600 customers of Ameren Missouri in Jefferson City and Wardsville lost electricity shortly before 8 a.m. today. At 9:15 a.m., Ameren's outage map indicated 1,125 customers were without power in the area of Wardsville and southern Jefferson City, while 527 customers lost electricity in an


Jefferson City boy holds hot chocolate stand for local charities

COLUMBIA - A six-year-old held a hot chocolate stand Saturday outside of a Hy-Vee in Jefferson City to help two local charities. Hudson Patrick asked for donations for Toys for Tots and The Pantry. According to both organizations, the items that are most in need are infant toys and toys for ages six

KOMU - 2017-12-16 23:59:59

Saturday accidents result in 2 fatalities

One New Bloomfield resident was killed and two others were seriously injured in a two-vehicle wreck Saturday afternoon in Callaway County. The Missouri Highway Patrol reported Ross L. Arntzen, 28, was driving east on Route Y, just east of County Road 365. Ryan W. Kirk, 23, was driving westbound on t


Retired pastor continues social justice ministry work

Rev. John Bennett poses Tuesday at 1st Christian Church. Photo by Mark Wilson /News Tribune. The Rev. John Bennett may be retired - but he's not slowing down his efforts to help people get a better shake in life. And it all began, he said, with a kick in the shins while he was studying for the min


JC man charged with fleeing from police

A Jefferson City man has been charged with fleeing from police Friday morning. Michael Bouchee, 18, is charged with resisting arrest. Officers were patrolling in the 200 block of Dawson Street and saw Bouchee standing on the front sidewalk of a residence, according to a Jefferson City Police Departm


East McCarty properties to be demolished for green space

The Jefferson City Parks and Recreation Commission plans to demolish the Parks-owned properties at 602 and 606 E. McCarty St. The space will be turned into a Greenway trailhead consisting of open park space and benches. Photo by News Tribune /News Tribune. The Jefferson City Parks and Recreation C


JC man charged with drug-trafficking

A Jefferson City man has been charged with first-degree drug trafficking. Lamour Williams III, 23, also is charged with possession of heroin. A deputy saw Williams exit U.S. 50 West at Truman Boulevard and not use his turn signal, according to a Cole County Sheriff's Department probable cause statem


Beacon of hope in dark times

Editor's Note: For many charitable organizations, the holiday season, like the rest of the year, is a time to connect people in need to solutions to some of life's toughest problems. It's also a great time to look out for your neighbors. That's why, in the week leading up to Christmas, we're using o


House Speaker DeLeo highlights partnerships at Burlington Area Chamber of Commerce annual meeting

The Burlington Area Chamber of Commerce held its annual meeting Nov. 29 at the Cafe Escadrille in Burlington. The event highlighted the chamber's accomplishments in expanding membership, programs, events and charitable partnerships and discussed plans for the upcoming year. To begin the night, BACC

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-12-16 18:46:00

'Fahrenheit 451' to heat up Burlington High

BURLINGTON -- Burlington High School will present its fall drama production, "Fahrenheit 451," today, Saturday, Dec. 16, at 2 p.m., at the Fogelberg Performing Arts Center. Directed by Kade Hill, the cast of "Fahrenheit 451" is led by Ben Horgan as Guy Montag, Michelle Pothier as Captain Beatty, Mi


Holiday Lights Edition: Burlington Week In Review

BURLINGTON, MA -- We found some lighter stories to tackle in Burlington this week, including two features showcasing local holiday light displays and a feature about the most popular dog names in town. But there was still plenty of hard news to tackle, including a fire that displaced a family of fou


Burlington Fire Department offers carbon monoxide safety tips

Chief Steven Yetman and the Burlington Fire Department recommend that residents follow several carbon monoxide safety tips to prevent tragedies from occurring during the holiday season and beyond. The odorless, colorless, tasteless and poisonous gas is produced whenever any fuel is burned, such as g


Lexington's Temple Emunah holds book fair celebration for Hanukkah

David Lerner, one of the rabbis at Temple Emunah, stepped away from a dramatic reading of "Hanukkah at Valley Forge" on Thursday night, Dec.14, to reflect. He was leading a Hanukkah celebration for the Lexington-based, Conservative temple at the Barnes and Noble in Burlington, and wanted to speak ab

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-12-18 15:14:29

Firefighters Rescue Wedding Dress, Ring for Bride-to-Be

Kevin Kerrigan After Julie Centeno, her fiance and her upstairs neighbors got out of their burning Massachusetts home, her mind turned to her wedding dress. Fire crews knocked down a 3-alarm blaze Sunday evening on Hart Place in Woburn. Centeno, 25, her fiance, 29-year-old Curtis Wilson, and three o

NECN - 2017-12-17 23:41:12

Crews In Woburn Fight Fire, Save Wedding Dress

When fire broke out in the attic of her home Sunday night, Julie Centeno had to leave without grabbing the dress for her upcoming wedding. WOBURN, MA -- There were no injuries reported in a three-alarm fire in Woburn Sunday night as fire fighters battled freezing temperatures on Hart Place. All five

PATCH - 2017-12-18 11:34:43

Deep Freeze Leaves, Gray Skies: Bedford 7-Day Forecast

Mixed precipitation tomorrow through Saturday, with temperatures rising to 61F on Saturday. Monday December 18 Foggy until afternoon. High 33, low 17. Chance of precipitation: 47%. Wind 2 mph from the SSWTuesday December 19 Foggy in the morning. High 43, low 33. Chance of precipitation: 17%. Wind 8

PATCH - 2017-12-18 03:31:06