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OPWDD whistleblower asks workers to speak up

ALBANY - After a jury in Syracuse ruled in favor of state Office for People with Developmental Disabilities employee Jeffery Monsour in a workplace retaliation suit Monday, he is asking other OPWDD workers to bring issues of abuse, retaliation and falsified records to light. This verdict could set

ADIRONDACK DAILY ENTERPRISE - 2017-11-22 08:00:00

Get your Turkey Trot on Thanksgiving Day in the Tri-Lakes

The Bitters and Bones Turkey Trot, SaranacLake (Enterprise file photo - Lou Reuter) On Thanksgiving Day, there will be fundraising Turkey Trots in all three Tri-Lakes villages. Here is the information below: SARANACLAKE- Bitters & Bones Turkey Trot - The third annual Bitters & Bones Turkey Trot in

ADIRONDACK DAILY ENTERPRISE - 2017-11-23 08:00:00

Middle schoolers learn to see a bigger picture

Teacher Christina Grant demonstrates some of the food at Saranac Lake Middle School's Harvest Dinner Wednesday evening, Nov. 15. (Enterprise photo - Glynis Hart) Students' sustainability projects are seen at Saranac Lake Middle School's Harvest Dinner Wednesday evening, Nov. 15. (Enterprise photo

ADIRONDACK DAILY ENTERPRISE

NCCC course designed to ease EMT shortage

SARANAC LAKE - North Country Community College will combat the regional shortage of emergency-medical technicians by offering a training course this spring. Emergency-services officials from both Essex and Franklin counties worked on the plan, which offers a six-credit course in basic ambulance serv

PRESS REPUBLICAN

Questions aired on University Games

More than 60 people gather Monday afternoon in the Conference Center at Lake Placid to gain knowledge and ask questions the Adirondack North Country Global Sports Committee's bid to the International University Sports Federation to host the 2023 Winter World University Games. (Enterprise photo - Gri

ADIRONDACK DAILY ENTERPRISE

Remembering that "slow" big-game opener ... or was it?

A distant shot echoed through the woods last Saturday morning - a starting gun signifying opening day of the Southern Zone big game regular season. The forecast called for massive amounts of rain with wind and we hoped the weather predictions were wrong. It was in the 30s temperature-wise and we won

BUFFALO NEWS - 2017-11-22 17:03:28

Woman charged with mischief, harassment, following alleged Potsdam domestic incident

POTSDAM - St. Lawrence County sheriff's deputies on Nov. 18 charged Shannon K. Garvey, 29, of 117 Eastern Ave., Balston Spa, with fourth-degree criminal mischief and aggravated harassment, both misdemeanors. She was also cited with second-degree harassment. Deputies said that the charges stem from

WATERTOWNDAILYTIMES.COM - 2017-11-22 02:39:00

Wilmington approves certain roads for snowmobile use

WILMINGTON, Vt. (AP) Wilmington officials say they want people to stay safe and for snowmobiles to stick to approved roads as snow begins to fall. The Wilmington Select Board has approved certain roads for snowmobile use at a Wednesday meeting after the board was asked to do so earlier this month.

WCAX - 2017-11-21 23:39:00

Moscow police station on the move?

The Moscow Police Department could be in a new station on Jackson Street where the Moscow Recycling Center is now by the summer of 2020. The City Council directed city staff Monday night to prepare an $8.5 million public facilities bond election in May to fund siting and construction of a police sta

MOSCOW-PULLMAN DAILY NEWS

A list of free holiday meals being offered in our region today

Free Thanksgiving meals will be offered for the community around the region today: The Lewiston Salvation Army will serve a free meal from noon to 3 p.m. today at 1220 21st St., Lewiston. The menu includes turkey and all the fixings. Donations are accepted.MOSCOW - Rants and Raves Brewery will serve

LEWISTON MORNING TRIBUNE - 2017-11-23 08:00:00

Residents concerned about Idaho's public education

A recent survey shows Idahoans are happy with the direction of the state but less optimistic about the nation's path. The poll conducted by Dan Jones and Associates found that 63 percent of Idahoans believe Idaho is headed in the right direction while 45 percent said the U.S. is on the right track,

MOSCOW-PULLMAN DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-23 08:00:00

Our View - Redo: Thanksgiving much more than just a big meal

Editor's note: The following editorial originally ran Nov. 22, 2007. The editorial board believes that it is as valid today as it was then. It's disheartening to think some people don't have much to be thankful for on a day dedicated to such. Escalating prices for utilities, health care, and basic g

MOSCOW-PULLMAN DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-23 08:00:00

Get Out and Do It: Your Two-day forecast

Happy Thanksgiving! Turkey Trot - 7:30 a.m., meet at old Tidyman's building, 1638 S. Blaine St. Moscow. 5K run. Info: (208) 310-9422. Turkey Leg Run - 7:45 a.m., Green Frog Cafe, Palouse. Donuts, coffee, cocoa and hot cider will be provided. Participants can run, jog or walk. More info: (509) 878-15

MOSCOW-PULLMAN DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-23 08:00:00

Bringing Thanksgiving to the pets

Felines at the Whitman County Humane Society will be feasting on turkey flavored pte for their Thanksgiving meal today, and the shelter's dogs will get a special scoop of wet food and an extra raw hide treat. "In my head it's their turkey feast," staff member Leslie Krieger said Wednesday. Krieger a

MOSCOW-PULLMAN DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-23 08:00:00

Free UI Thanksgiving event keeps getting bigger

University of Idaho Chief of Staff Brenda Helbling clicked away at her handheld tally counter as she welcomed a wave of community members, students and faculty to The Hub dining hall at Wallace Residence Center for a Thanksgiving meal Tuesday afternoon. It was the UI's fourth annual, free Thanksgivi

MOSCOW-PULLMAN DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-22 08:00:00

Letter: Raising money for teen performer

Andrea Rupe and I are fundraising for Shelby Rupe, a ninth-grader at Moscow Middle School, to attend an International Presentation of Performers event in Las Vegas. Shelby has been selected for her talents in singing and acting to attend the event. By attending iPop, Shelby has the opportunity to me

MOSCOW-PULLMAN DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-22 08:00:00

Runners offended by Massapequa Thanksgiving Day Turkey Trot's Facebook post

They are called Turkey Trots, fun races around Thanksgiving to burn off calories. It's an annual tradition in Massapequa, but a Facebook post has everyone squabbling over this year's run. "I think it's a little aggressive," said Michael Miglione, a runner. Many runners are shaking their heads Wednes

ABC7NY.COM - 2017-11-23 03:46:16

Priciest home sales in Massapequa

The three highest-priced home sales in Massapequa last month ranged from $870,000 to $1.02 million. The priciest Massapequa home sold in October was a newly built 4-bedroom, 2.5-bath waterfront colonial on .20 acres at 336 East Shore Drive that sold for $1.02 million. It was listed by Cindy Succoso

LONG ISLAND BUSINESS NEWS

Cops: Man smashed and grabbed from Massapequa businesses

Nassau police are searching for a man who used a hammer on Sunday morning to smash the front door of three Massapequa businesses, swiping cash and other items, authorities said. The burglar used a wooden-handled hammer shortly after 2 a.m. to shatter the front glass doors of JJ Princess Nails, Vidco

NEWSDAY

Abandoned 'zombie' homes in Long Island frustrate neighbors

EAST MASSAPEQUA, NY - Beware of the zombies. Not the monster type zombies. We're talking about zombie homes. They are homes left vacant after banks foreclosed on the them following the financial crisis and Superstorm Sandy. They deteriorate, create an eyesore and bring property values down. My repor

PIX11.COM - 2017-11-23 03:10:13