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Whitehall man jailed on felony charge

WHITEHALL -- A Whitehall man was jailed Friday night for allegedly damaging another person's property and threatening with a weapon, police records show. Connor J. Gladd, 21, was arrested after State Police received a 3:43 p.m. complaint about a domestic dispute in Whitehall, according to the State

POST-STAR - 2018-01-15 12:15:00

Suspect hurled stolen beer bottles during high-speed chase, police say

FAIR HAVEN, Vt. -- Vermont police say a high-speed chase involving stolen bottles of beer being thrown at police cars has ended with the arrest of the driver. Police in upstate New York and Vermont said Monday they arrested a 21-year-old Granville, N.Y. man early Friday after he led police on a high

CBS NEWS - 2018-01-16 12:35:48

Vermont's free ice fishing day set for Jan. 27

An unusually warm winter has left ice fishermen struggling to find iced-over lakes and bays from which to fish. State officials say fishing license sales are half what they usually are. Produced by Trevor Hughes / USA Today CASTLETON - Vermont's fifth annual free ice fishing day is going to be cel

BURLINGTON FREE PRESS - 2018-01-16 13:22:32

Green Mountain College's annual MLK Celebration

Attendees at Green Mountain College's MLK Celebration: Freedom From Oppression event rally on the steps of Ames Hall on Monday during a speech from Ebony Nyoni, co-founder ofBlack Lives Matter Vermont, before marching down Main Street in a parade to St. Raphael's Church. (Robert Layman / Staff Photo

RUTLAND HERALD - 2018-01-15 18:33:16

Photos: Flooding in the region

A number of the rivers in the region flooded late Friday and early Saturday because of ice jams, and the threat was expected to continue for much of Saturday. Route 418 early The Route 418 bridge between Warrensburg and Thurman was closed Saturday because of flooding related to an ice jam near the b

POST-STAR

Looking back at local history: Jan. 16

Take a look back at local history. Here are the top stories for Jan. 16 from one, five and 10 years ago. GLENS FALLS - More than five decades ago, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. spoke of the "fierce urgency of now," and that sense came across as loudl... GLENS FALLS -- The career of William McEchron can

POST-STAR - 2018-01-16 11:30:00

YMCA's Adirondack Center showcases wide reach

Photo by Christopher South The YMCA Adirondack Center in Brant Lake is planning on a number of new activities and programs for 2018, including a yoga class, and an in-school program for elementary school children. The Adirondack Center is located at 148 Tannery Road, Brant Lake. File Photo BRANT L

SUNCOMMUNITYNEWS.COM

BLOG: A crazy week on the cop beat

If you didn't know better, you would think we live in the crime capital of the region based on last week's news. Four murder or attempted murder cases were scheduled for court appearances, as well as a major drug case. And then Friday brought a bank robbery in Lake George. It started with the man ac

POST-STAR - 2018-01-15 11:44:00

Police investigate domestic assault that closed Southfield Fwy.

One person is in custody and one person is injured after a domestic assault closed the Southfield Freeway for a half hour, the Michigan State Police said in a post Tuesday morning on the MSP Metro Detroit Twitter account. The suspect struck a vehicle, turning it the wrong way, the MSP said in the po

DETROIT FREE PRESS - 2018-01-16 13:48:06

2 adults, 2 kids dead after mobile home fire in Rose Township

Four people have been killed in a mobile home fire in Rose Township on Tuesday morning. Among the victims were two adults and two kids. Two other suffered serious burns. This story is developing. Metro North Troopers are out with a structure fire at 4243 Wakewood Ct in Rose Twp, Troops on scene a

CLICKONDETROIT.COM - 2018-01-16 12:04:10

Ecumenical Catechism, What Do Christians Believe? (Part 1)

Foreward - Why are we writing this? As you begin reading this series of articles, you might wonder "Why was this written?" or possibly "What relevance does this have today?" Life brings much joy and sorrow, noticeably exacerbated by the heartbreaking division among Christians. God has put the ecumen

PATCH - 2018-01-16 01:31:20

Police: Man in custody after firing shots into air in Hazel Park

Shots were fired Monday during a domestic dispute in a parking lot prompting lockdowns in Hazel Park. The shooting happened at about 11:45 a.m. in the area of Woodward Heights Boulevard and Vance Avenue. Police said a man and woman were having an argument and the man fired several shots into the a

CLICKONDETROIT.COM - 2018-01-15 20:16:58

Doll Hospital in Berkley closing after 70 years, among largest independent toy stores in U.S.

Stacey Zagrodzki, president of the Doll Hospital & Toy Soldier Shop, said the store was founded by her grandmother in 1948 and is owned by her father, herself, siblings and their spouses. This was a hard decision, she said. Mike McConnell - Daily Tribune The Doll Hospital & Toy Soldier Shop in Ber

DAILY TRIBUNE - 2018-01-16 05:00:00

Doll Hospital & Toy Soldier Shop in Berkley to close after 70 years

Doll Hospital & Toy Soldier Shop via Facebook The Doll Hospital & Toy Soldier Shop in Berkley plans to close after 70 years in business. Longtime specialty toy store the Doll Hospital & Toy Soldier Shop in Berkley is closing its doors after 70 years in business. Writing in a post on its Facebook p

CRAIN'S DETROIT BUSINESS - 2018-01-16 11:58:56

Doll Hospital in Berkley to close after 70 years

After 70 years in business, the Doll Hospital & Toy Soldier Shop in Berkley is closing its doors. The company announced the closure Monday on its Facebook page. "The reality was that the pressures of online retail finally got to us ... despite twenty years of working hard to adapt," the post said.

DETROIT FREE PRESS - 2018-01-16 14:30:34

After 70 years in business, beloved Berkley toy shop will shutter

At ease, tin soldiers - it's a somber day on the island of misfit toys. After 70 years of business (and over 250,000 doll repairs), The Doll Hospital & Toy Soldier Shop of Berkley announced via their Facebook page on Monday evening they plan to close their doors as they can no longer compete with

METROTIMES - 2018-01-16 08:00:00

Monticello man charged with stealing SUV

MONTICELLO - A Monticello man faces two felony charges after stealing an SUV from a gas station in the village Sunday morning, police said. Montrell A. Williams, 31, is charged with third-degree grand larceny and third-degree criminal possession of stolen property, according to Monticello police. Th

TIMES HERALD-RECORD - 2018-01-15 16:48:26

Outdoors with Tom Venesky: Secrecy and etiquette vital among birdwatchers

When I began running the list of local bird sightings in the paper every Sunday, a person who compiles the list asked that I not run the names of those reporting birds and keep the locations vague. I understood why. While most of us are respectful of wildlife and private property, there are a few wh

TIMES-LEADER

Six rescued after rising water threatens Deerpark home

TOWN OF DEERPARK - Firefighters rescued six people from a house on Grove Street in the hamlet of Godeffroy on Saturday after ice broke loose in an old Neversink River bed, causing water to rapidly rise and flood the home's only exit. Cuddebackville Fire Co. Chief Chris Wood said rescue crews were di

TIMES HERALD-RECORD

Meeting will discuss rail trail plans for Sullivan

MONTICELLO - Whether you hike, bike, or just want a place to walk, local rail trails offer scenic jaunts through the Catskills woods - and they're about to see a major expansion. Join local residents and officials for a community meeting to discuss plans to join the disconnected sections of trails i

TIMES HERALD-RECORD - 2018-01-15 07:01:00