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Investigators search for suspect in Kernersville home invasion

Kernersville police charged two men and are searching for a third after a home invasion Thursday night on Farmwood Drive. Police answered a call from the home around 8:45 p.m. in time to see two masked suspects fleeing from the back door of an apartment. Derick Fletcher, 23, and Ashton Joyce, 20, we

GREENSBORO.COM - 2017-11-17 13:50:00

Kernersville police: Restaurant wasn't robbed

KERNERSVILLE - A Subway restaurant worker has been charged with filing a false robbery report. On Nov. 8, officers were called to the Subway at 109 Clayton Forest Road in reference to an armed robbery, according to a Kernersville police news release. Kayla Linton, 23, an employee said two males too

WINSTON-SALEM JOURNAL - 2017-11-17 20:47:00

Kernersville man arrested on 12 sex offense charges dating back to 1991

A Kernersville man was arrested in Osceola County Florida after an investigation by the Kernersville Police Department. Michael Todd Pegram, 45, was arrested November 8. Police say the investigation began in May of 2017 and is still in progress. After consulting with the Forsyth County District Att

WXII 12 - 2017-11-16 12:15:00

Homicide suspect leads Winston-Salem police in chase that ends in crash

Winston-Salem police and investigators work at the scene of a chase and collision at the corner of North Patterson Avenue and Germanton Road on Friday. Police said offiers were chasing a homicide suspect when he drove through the intersection and collided with another vehicle. (Winston-Salem Journal

MY FOX 8 - 2017-11-17 18:31:37

Eight Great Things to Do in the Triad: Nov. 17-19

2. On Nov. 18 in Kernersville, join Krner's Folly in Cupid's Park Theatre for the new Thanksgiving Puppet Show, "The Turkey Trot," a loan from Old Salem Museums & Gardens. The play starts at 10 a.m. Follow along with Tom and Honeysuckle as they trot a flock of turkeys to Washington D.C. and have a s

YES WEEKLY - 2017-11-17 21:46:03

Focus On: Max Thomas

Max Thomas has now been a part of two state championship cross country teams at Mount Tabor. Thomas, a junior, was the sixth Spartan to cross the finish line two weeks ago at Ivey Redmon Sports Complex in Kernersville as Mount Tabor coasted to the NCHSAA 3-A state title, its second state title in th

WINSTON-SALEM JOURNAL - 2017-11-17 02:00:00

Local Pickleball champs bring home gold

THOMASVILLE - How do you follow a world gold-medal championship? After returning home from the Super Senior International Pickleball Association World Championship in Georgia, Darrell Gore of Wallburg and Dean Williams of Thomasville continue in their enthusiasm for the sport. The dynamic duo of Gor

HPENEWS.COM - 2017-11-17 22:35:00

Harry Kahuna's Tiki Grill Having Holiday Hula Show

Winston Salem NC - Harry Kahuna's Tiki Grill, located at 5232 Robinhood Village Dr., Robinhood Village in Winston-Salem, is excited to announce their first Holiday Hula Show Sat., Dec. 16. Hula Carolina will present a traditional luau performance with traditional dances and music along with some gre

YES WEEKLY - 2017-11-17 16:11:47

East Burke Dam Removal To Be Celebrated Saturday

After many years of preparation, the old mill dam in East Burke has been removed. The Passumpsic Valley Land Trust (PVLT) partnered with the Connecticut River Conservancy (CRC), a nonprofit dedicated to preserving and protecting the Connecticut River watershed, to complete the project that was 17 ye


Sold: High-end home sales up, total sales down in Greenwich

Greenwich Realtors may be hoping this year's Christmas lists are full of suburban estates. As of the end of October, the number of Greenwich homes sold for the year is down by about 25 when compared to this time last year, according to Mark Pruner of Berkshire Hathaway N.E. Properties. "There don't

GREENWICHTIME - 2017-11-17 20:47:59

Words from the wise: Florence Banks remembers a free-roaming youth in Greenwich

Published 2:44 pm, Friday, November 17, 2017 Florence Banks J: What kinds of things did you do for fun growing up? F: We used to hang down by the river all summer long. We'd be barefoot down by the (Mianus) River, sticking our feet and toes ... in the sand. All summer long everyone in the neighbor

GREENWICHTIME - 2017-11-17 20:03:45

Greenwich Hospital leases additional 54,000 square feet on W. Putnam Ave.

Greenwich Hospital has finalized a lease agreement with Fareri Associates for additional space at 500 W. Putnam Ave. in Greenwich.Photo by Hearst Connecticut Media The hospital has housed its outpatient endoscopy center at the West Putnam location's main floor for a number of years. With this lease,

WESTFAIRONLINE.COM - 2017-11-17 19:37:16

Reports: rivals bid for assets of Greenwich studio parent

Nearly two weeks after reports surfaced of Walt Disney Co. interest in buying assets of 21st Century Fox, CNBC and other news outlets are reporting new bidders have surfaced to express interest including Comcast, Verizon and Sony. The Twentieth Century Fox movie studio reportedly is in play, with no

GREENWICHTIME - 2017-11-17 19:23:35

Things to do in and around Greenwich

For the latest events and activities happening in Greenwich, turn to For the record. To have your event included, submit a description, date, time, price and contact information. Photos are welcome. Drop us an email about your latest goings-on at gtcitydesk@scni.com. Mohamad Hafez: Homeland InSecuri

GREENWICHTIME - 2017-11-17 19:02:45

Greenwich High School To Offer 4 New Courses

GREENWICH, CT - Greenwich High School will offer new courses on history, art history and college-level mathematics in the 2018-19 school year, following a recent decision by the Greenwich Board of Education. The Greenwich Time reports that the new courses were proposed by teachers and district admin

PATCH - 2017-11-17 18:19:12

Exhibit pays tribute to Greenwich's pioneering Jewish business community

A torn and repaired photo from about 1915 shows the Weiss family's the Favorite Shoe Store at 92 Greenwich Ave. Photo from the Greenwich Historical Society Photograph Collection, William E. Finch Jr. Archives. From the 1880s through the 1910s, an estimated 2 million Eastern European Jews escaped per

WESTFAIRONLINE.COM - 2017-11-17 12:00:15

Mike Bocchino op-ed: Pedestrian safety issues at Old Greenwich station

As the fall season comes to an end and we once again say hello to the winter winds, I wish to continue to communicate ongoing efforts to keep my constituents in the 150th district as well as the entire town of Greenwich updated regarding the Old Greenwich train station rehabilitation project. On Fri

GREENWICHTIME - 2017-11-17 07:41:46

'Thankful & Blessed' theme for Vintage Market Days event in Mckinney

A three day event called "Vintage Market Days" is taking place November 17-19 at the Myers Park & Event Center in Mckinney. Vintage Market Days is described as an upscale vintage-inspired indoor/outdoor market featuring original art, antiques, clothing, jewelry, handmade treasures, home decor, outdo


Complaint filed over prayer at McKinney ISD meeting

What happened on a stage over the summer is putting a spotlight on McKinney ISD. Superintendent Dr. Rick McDaniel held hands and prayed during a staff assembly at Prestonwood Baptist Church. Fast forward to a November school board meeting, a small group is taking up an age-old fight over the separat


'You can't arrest me!' UT student from Plano tells police after crashing into restaurant

A University of Texas at Austin student who police say was driving drunk told officers "You can't arrest me!" after crashing into a restaurant last week. Esther Eunji Shim (Austin Police Department) Officers did, in fact, arrest 21-year-old Esther Eunji Shim of Plano. She faces charges of drivin

DALLAS NEWS - 2017-11-17 00:59:36