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Norman Public Library hosting "A Cool Yule"

The Norman Public Library Central is holding "A Cool Yule" Holiday Open House on Dec. 1. Adult and family crafts, refreshments and performances from local groups will all be part of this year's event. "Close to 400 people come every year," Nancy Littlejohn, circulation manager at Norman Public Libra

NORMAN TRANSCRIPT - 2017-11-21 13:15:00

Norman Animal Welfare holds $10 animal adoption event

Levi plays outside. She has been waiting to be adopted from Norman Animal Welfare for 3 months. (KOKH/Ben Latham) The Norman Animal Welfare is kicking off the season of giving a little early for pet lovers! The center says due to a high number of animals available for adoption, they're reducing the

OKCFOX.COM - 2017-11-21 06:20:11

Oklahoma City police identify teen hit by car as Norman runaway

Teen's skateboard was the only identifying item police could find Updated: 5:46 PM CST Nov 20, 2017 A 14-year-old was hit by a car while riding his skateboard, and waited in the hospital for almost 24 hours because police could not identify him. Police confirmed that the boy was reported as a runa

KOCO - 2017-11-20 23:46:00

Norman events will jump-start your holiday

The Downs Family Christmas Light Ministry light display will begin Thanksgiving. [THE OKLAHOMAN ARCHIVES] NORMAN - 'Tis the season when debates ensue over whether it's too early to start playing Christmas music. Whether you're waiting until December or had the tree decorated the day after Hallowee

DAILY OKLAHOMAN

Holiday eats: Why we splurge and how to control it

NewsOK BrandInsight provides a place for local organizations and companies to connect directly with the NewsOK audience by publishing sponsored native advertising articles of interest on the NewsOK digital platforms and to participate in the resulting conversation. BrandInsight content is produced b

DAILY OKLAHOMAN - 2017-11-22 17:30:00

'The Business Times' Top 20-under-40 recognized at reception

A breakfast reception was last Wednesday for the Top 20-Under-40 as selected by The Business Times, a business magazine published by The Edmond Sun. Last Wednesday The Edmond Sun paid special recognition to this year's Top 20-Under-40 featured in "The Business Times" magazine during a breakfast at P

EDMOND SUN - 2017-11-22 21:11:00

Journal Record Week in Review

Fallin vetoes budget bill with shortfall Republican Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin vetoed legislation on Nov. 17 that would have raided cash reserves and cut deeper into agency funding to balance the state budget, setting up a showdown with her own party in the Legislature. The veto came hours after the

JOURNAL RECORD - 2017-11-22 18:59:21

Local, government offices close for Thanksgiving

The Thanksgiving holiday on Thursday means several municipal and county offices will be closed early for the week. Both the City of Norman and City of Moore offices will close starting Thursday and will not open again until the following Monday. Offices will be open for regular hours on Wednesday. T

NORMAN TRANSCRIPT - 2017-11-21 23:44:59

State: Coyote that was shot by police after attack was rabid

NORTH ATTLEBOROUGH, Mass. (AP) - State wildlife officials say a coyote that attacked two people in North Attleboro before being killed by police had rabies. MassWildlife says the attacks occurred on Monday. The state Department of Public Health says tests completed Wednesday confirmed the animal was

WKRG - 2017-11-22 21:07:50

Camden residents fighting to keep only hospital open

Reports surfaced this weekend that Camden's only hospital, J. Paul Jones Hospital, would be shutting its doors for good, but residents decided not to let it go without a fight, starting a fundraising campaign aimed to keep the hospital open. "There are lots of people in the community who are banding

WSFA - 2017-11-21 02:32:36

Congresswoman Hosts Town Hall in Perry Co.

From the West Alabama Newsroom- Congresswoman Terri Sewell hosted town hall meeting in Marengo and Perry counties. Dozens of Perry County residents turned out for the town hall meeting Tuesday afternoon at Sowing Seeds of Hope in Marion. Sewell says the events give her a chance to connect with the p

ALABAMANEWS.NET - 2017-11-22 05:10:51

ASU's Turkey Day Classic schedule

Gary Franklin, a descendant of multiple members of the Marion Nine, provides a genealogical presentation of how he traced his family ancestry to ASU's founders. Time: 11 a.m. Where: Ralph D. Abernathy Auditorium Cost:: Free and open to the public Info: For more information, call 334-229-4824 or 334-

MONTGOMERY ADVERTISER

Belmont author's first children's book, 'Bark Once for a Cheeseburger,' hits shelves

Belmont resident Lucia Arno-Bernsen loves writing and has always wanted to write a book about her family. She made this dream a reality with the publication of her first children's book, "Bark Once for a Cheeseburger," based on memories of her golden retriever, Duncan, and summer memories with him a

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-22 09:22:00

6 People Arrested in Early-Morning Drug Raid in Chelsea, Mass.

Everett Police Six Massachusetts people are facing charges after police raided two locations in Chelsea, seizing heroin, cocaine, and money in the process. Everett police say Santa Venicia Lara, 26, of Lawrence, Luis Santiago, 32 of Chelsea, Angel Soto, 26 of Chelsea and Donni Tejada, 20 of Norwood,

NECN - 2017-11-21 22:05:57

Roxbury Man Arraigned For Lawrence Murder

SALEM (CBS) - A Boston man was arraigned Tuesday in Salem Superior Court for shooting two brothers, killing one and seriously injuring the other. Judge Thomas Drechsler ordered Jeffery Tapia, 23, of Roxbury, held without bail. Tapia is accused of shooting Jenssy, 25, and Javier Hernandez, 26, outsid

CBSLOCAL.COM - 2017-11-21 15:28:13

Judge: Man charged in wife's murder not competent

PEABODY - A Salem Superior Court judge has decided that a Peabody man charged with bludgeoning his ex-wife to death 2 1/2 years ago is not competent to stand trial. But the ruling comes as officials at Bridgewater State Hospital have determined that Joseph Buonanduci no longer belongs there. He's b

SALEM NEWS - 2017-11-21 23:40:25

MacKinnon leaned on Dot childhood for inspiration in writing latest novel

One of Doug MacKinnon's most treasured possessions is a small plastic nativity scene. He was five years old when he bought it in Catholic school after rummaging through his father's coat pockets and finding a handful of change. The simple figurine soon became a talisman of sorts and a constant sour

DORCHESTER REPORTER - 2017-11-22 11:00:00

Give local art this holiday season with 13Forest Gallery

Looking for a gift for your art-loving relative? A unique statement piece for your stylish friend? 13Forest Gallery in East Arlington just might have the solution. This year marks their tenth annual "Plenty" exhibit, featuring 52 local artists working in various mediums. The show is organized salon-

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-22 13:00:00

Second medical marijuana building eyed

Nature's Remedy, a medical marijuana operation, was conditionally approved to build at 8 Millennium Drive. Meanwhile, a second, Olde World Remedies, is taking a serious look. GOOGLE EARTH/ WENDY WATKINS IMAGE With one medical marijuana dispensary awaiting a building permit in Grafton, a Boston-based

THEGRAFTONNEWS.COM - 2017-11-22 00:00:00

Woman says roommate never made it out of North End apartment after fatal fire

A woman says her roommate was one of the people killed in a North End fire after he did not follow her out of the apartment building. The woman said she woke up to smoke coming into her room on Hanover Street, so she got up to ask him what was happening. "He's like 'help me, help me put this out,' a

WHDH.COM - 2017-11-22 11:21:37