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The Cyber Cafe dishes out good food at good prices while doing good

With every napkin dispenser and cracker basket he fills, every beverage cup he stacks, every table he wipes and every floor he mops, Chris Boyette pursues a dream. "I want to own my own restaurant and catering business with my sister," says Boyette, one of the workers at the Cyber Cafe, a not-for-

RALEIGH NEWS & OBSERVER - 2017-11-22 23:04:00

Made by Mom Gift Guide: Clayton artist finds beauty with watercolors; 'you never get the same result twice'

Editor's note: We launched our annual Made by Mom Gift Guide last week. Amy Beshgetoorian is among the dozen local moms featured. On Friday, Activate Good, the nonprofit that connects volunteers with the charities that need them, is launching a new shopping event called Shop for Good. The week-long

WRAL - 2017-11-23 01:22:00

James E. Boan, 77

James Edward Boan, 77, of Benson died Monday, Nov. 20, 2017, at Johnston Health in Smithfield. Mr. Boan was born Sept. 21, 1940, in South Carolina to the late Oscar Edward and Ruth Parks Boan. He was also preceded in death by his brothers, Larry Boan and Jimmy Boan; and brother-in-law, Rayford McDo


Micro Wireless Bluetooth Speaker $10.11 (90% off)!

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WRAL - 2017-11-22 18:28:00

4 indicted on heroin, meth charges

Four Wilson County residents face federal drug charges involving heroin and methamphetamine. A federal grand jury in Greenville indicted Brian Allen Gardner, 39, of Wilson; Sean Jason Harstine, 31, of Lucama; Crystal Marie Pate, 32, of Bailey; and James Madison Parker, 27, of Wilson with conspiracy


Raleigh couple faked Rolex insurance claim, state official says

Malissia Hines (left) and Mitchell Hines (Raleigh/Wake CCBI) RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) - A Raleigh couple have been charged with insurance fraud after claiming that a thief took a Rolex watch and diamond jewelry from their home, state Insurance Commissioner Mike Causey announced Wednesday. Mitchell Hin

WNCN.COM - 2017-11-22 21:00:07

Arrest made in one recent homicide, suspect identified in another

Dove An arrest has been made in Tuesday night's fatal shooting on Herman Street. Aijalon Derice Dove, 26, of Goldsboro, is charged with an open count of murder along with eight counts of firing into occupied property and possession of a firearm by a convicted felon. At 8:42 p.m. on Tuesday, police

GOLDSBORO NEWS-ARGUS - 2017-11-23 18:20:00

Meals on Wheels keeps rolling with community help

The Meals on Wheels office will close for the holidays, but that doesn't mean its clients have to go hungry. The community can be part of ensuring that, by picking up an extra item or two on that next grocery run. WAGES, or Wayne Action Group for Economic Solvency, oversees the Meals on Wheels pro

GOLDSBORO NEWS-ARGUS - 2017-11-23 13:50:00

Putting Michigan ahead of the rest

BENTON HARBOR - Democratic gubernatorial candidate Gretchen Whitmer told a crowd of more than 60 in Benton Harbor Tuesday that she wants to make Michigan a top state it once was in terms of education and jobs. "There was a point in time when the public schools in Michigan were the finest around. And

HERALD-PALLADIUM - 2017-11-23 11:00:00

Law enforcement to crack down on impaired driving

ST. JOSEPH - Ten people lost their lives on Michigan roads during the 2016 Thanksgiving holiday period. In an effort to make that number zero this year, local law enforcement agencies will enforce the Drive Sober Get Pulled Over campaign through Thanksgiving weekend and the coming weeks. "If we se

HERALD-PALLADIUM - 2017-11-23 11:00:00

Blossomland Learning Center gets royal treatment

BERRIEN SPRINGS - It wasn't your usual pageant Tuesday afternoon at the Blossomland Learning Center. While there were plenty of queens on hand, the emphasis was on qualities like teamwork, attitude and respect at the fifth annual Miss and Mr. Blossomland contest. Five young women competed for the Mi

HERALD-PALLADIUM - 2017-11-23 11:00:00

The world comes to Berrien Springs

BERRIEN SPRINGS - Berrien Springs' cultural diversity might be something that school district students take for granted, but it's something special for two students new to the high school this year. Joyce Hajaj and her family moved to Berrien Springs from Jordan this summer, while Duaa Najam is here

HERALD-PALLADIUM - 2017-11-23 11:00:00

Students learn that homelessness can look like anybody

BENTON TOWNSHIP - Homelessness can look like anybody. It's not just wizened men living under bridges. That's the lesson an activist for the homeless drove home Monday for third-, fourth- and fifth-graders at Countryside Academy, a charter school in Benton Township. "I know people who have master's d

HERALD-PALLADIUM - 2017-11-22 11:00:00

Palisades Power Plant to host public meeting

The meeting will be held Nov. 29 from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Sentinel staff The Palisades Power Plant near South Haven will host an informational open house for the general public on Nov. 29 from 5-7 p.m. The event will be held at the Palisades Emergency Operations Facility/Joint Information Center, loca

HOLLAND SENTINEL - 2017-11-21 22:51:15

Recount affirms income tax vote

ST. JOSEPH - The Benton Harbor city income tax remains in place after a recount Monday to verify the results of the Nov. 7 election. "This is a wonderful day in the history of our city," Rod Jennings of Benton Harbor, who was at the morning recount, told Benton Harbor city commissioners later in the


BH getting close to filling treasurer post

BENTON HARBOR - When Benton Harbor city commissioners interview the three finalists for the finance director/treasurer position, they will see a familiar face. One of the finalists is Nicol Brown, who worked for the city from January 1998 through September 2010. She started as the Enterprise Zone ad


Saugus residents make Arlington Catholic honor roll

The following Saugus residents were named to the Arlington Catholic honor roll for the first marking term: first honors - Cara Favuzza, Chris Mico and Kayla Victoria; second honors - Katherine Aristizabal and Sophia Struzziero; honors - Christina DiFelice and Zoe Elpidoforos. The following Saugus re

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-23 13:00:00

Events going on around Arlington this week

Food Addicts in Recovery Thanksgiving program: 8-10 a.m. Nov. 23, Fox Library lower level, 175 Mass. Ave., Arlington. Free. For information: Anne D., 781-395-4587. A free Thanksgiving Day meeting offers support to anyone suffering from food addiction, overeating, under-eating and bulimia. Everyone i

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-23 12:00:00

Arlington Selectman Abruptly Resigns: YourArlington

ARLINGTON, MA - The youngest selectman announced he will be giving up his seat in December, four months before the end of his term, at Monday's Board of Selectman meeting. Steven Byrne told the rest of the board that between his day job as vice president of a Beacon Hill lobbying firm called Beacon

PATCH - 2017-11-22 16:55:52

Past grand marshals of the City of Lights Parade

Lowell Spinners owner Dave Heller follows in the long tradition of grand marshals at the City of Lights parade. 2016: Deb Belanger, Greater Merrimack Valley Convention and Visitor Bureaus 2015: Mill City Grows 2014: CMAA and the Cambodian Community of Lowell 2013: Merrimack Valley-area survivors

LOWELL SUN - 2017-11-23 11:35:35