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Newtown Holiday House Tour opens the Wynkoop-Buckman House, a blending of the past and present

Homeowner Gloria Cugine next to one of the home's three original fireplaces.Homeowner Gloria Cugine next to one of the home's three original fireplaces. Gloria Cugine in the living room of the Wynkoop-Buckman House.Gloria Cugine in the living room of the Wynkoop-Buckman House. NEWTOWN BOROUGH >> The

BUCKSLOCALNEWS.COM - 2017-11-25 02:35:00

SPECIAL EDITION ORNAMENT: Add a touch of Newtown to your Christmas tree this holiday season

NEWTOWN >> Area residents can add a touch of historic Newtown to their Christmas trees with special edition Greater Newtown Exchange Club (GNEC) holiday ornaments on sale starting November 25. Each year's edition features a notable Newtown landmark. This year's ornament features the historic Cologne

BUCKSLOCALNEWS.COM - 2017-11-25 02:35:00

CHRISTMAS CLASSICS: From Elf and Home Alone to It's A Wonderful Life, Newtown Theatre releases holiday movie schedule for December

NEWTOWN >> Christmas classic films are a tradition at the historic Newtown Theatre, and this year's lineup is bigger than ever. Tickets for all films (except "Polar Express") are $5 for everyone. The theatre will also accept cash donations to the Wrightstown Food Cupboard during all Christmas classi


Newtown Bypass Ramp To 95 S Closed For Police Activity: KYW

Breaking traffic alert: if you're heading out for the holiday, note that the Bypass ramp to Rt. 95 S is currently closed, according to KYW. The ramp from the Newtown Bypass to Rt. 95-South is currently closed due to police activity, KYW Traffic is reporting. This comes as thousands of residents are


2017 Washington Crossing Christmas Reenactment Details Released

Each December, thousands of people gather on the banks of the Delaware River to watch the reenactment of George Washington's daring 1776 Christmas night river crossing. During the event, several hundred reenactors in Continental military dress listen to an inspiring speech by General Washington and

PATCH - 2017-11-24 14:00:00

Early Black Friday shoppers scored big bargains

Suzette Parmley is the retail reporter. She began her career at the Inquirer after internships at the Los Angeles Times and Boston Globe. She has covered general assignment news on the city desk, Statehouse politics in Trenton, and the casino industry on the Business desk. Her career highlight was s

PHILADELPHIA INQUIRER - 2017-11-24 12:13:00

GIANFICARO: Trend of early Christmas music needs to be exorcised

Growing weary of hearing Christmas music in stores and on the radio well before Dec. 25? A clinical psychologist says you're not imagining it. Linda Blair says Christmas music may make your head spin. No, not that Linda Blair. Before reading any further, I caution all you Christmas junkies who delig


Bensalem officials, developer still trying to finalize sale of closed middle school

The extension granted by the Bensalem school board Tuesday night was the sixth since an agreement of sale was reached in October of 2016. A closed Bensalem middle school is taking a long time to change hands. The school board at Tuesday night's meeting granted another extension to the proposed buyer


Registration opens for Junior Wildcats basketball league

The Will C. Wood High School basketball program has been giving back for more than a decade. With the overall objective of providing an educational hoops experience that puts the fun in offensive and defensive fundamentals for local youth, Wood head coach Mark Wudel and his back-to-back Monticello

VACAVILLE REPORTER - 2017-11-24 08:00:00

A busy day inside the Redwood Empire Food Bank as holiday season arrives

At the Redwood Empire Food Bank on Wednesday, by 8 a.m. the first two delivery trucks have already been packed full of produce, breads and other staples, all of it headed to a trio of spots across Sonoma County where those in need can drop by to pick it up on a daily basis. The food bank is a centr

PRESSDEMOCRAT.COM - 2017-11-25 01:55:00

Modestans got a jump to shopping on Thanksgiving. Others waiting until Friday.

"Shop like you mean it," read the fliers handed to shoppers lined up Thursday outside the Pink store in the Vintage Faire Mall in Modesto. They were for people who rearranged their Thanksgiving dinners so they could get a jump on shopping for Christmas. "We do it by 1 o'clock so I can leave usually

MODESTO BEE - 2017-11-23 23:59:59

Around the Region (11/23/17)

Where: Denny's Restaurant, 1525 McHenry Ave. Sign up today for unlimited digital access to our website, apps, the digital newspaper and more. Info: Traveleer's Travel Club invites the public to its informational meeting to learn about the clubs day trips around the region, example a planned trip to


5 things to do this weekend (Nov. 24-26)

You can sit home and repurpose your Thanksgiving leftovers or you can get out of the house and burn off some calories. Here are five fun and festive events to celebrate the weekend. Contact writer Jo Ann Kirby at fivetodo@gmail.com. ThankZoo As a thank you, everyone - young and old alike - gets into


GET bus releases holiday schedule, will not operate on Thanksgiving or Christmas

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - Golden Empire Transit (GET) has released their 2017 holiday schedule. GET buses will not operate on Thanksgiving Day but will operate on a regular schedule the Friday after. Beginning Friday, December 8, customers will have the opportunity to ride a bus that GET employees and


Community news from Sonoma County towns

CLOVERDALE New tasting room at old library Kelley & Young Wines at the Library opened their new tasting room last weekend at 119 S. Cloverdale Blvd., the original site of the Free Public Library built in 1923 by the Womens Improvement Club. Located next to Pick's Drive-In and across the street from


Woman, child killed after car hits bear in Calaveras County

SAN ANDREAS - A woman and a 1-year-old child were killed Thursday evening in Calaveras County after hitting a black bear, the California Highway Patrol reported. The identities of the victims were not released Friday. The Calaveras County Coroner's Office confirmed that next of kin has not been offi

RECORD - 2017-11-24 21:40:24

Coroner: Normal West grad killed in fatal crash

LINCOLN - A 22-year-old Wood River woman, who was a graduate of Normal Community West High School, has been identified as the victim of a fatal crash Wednesday night on Interstate 55 near Lincoln. Courtney E. Littell was killed when a southbound car driven by Adriana Rodrigues, 26, of Wenona, went o

PANTAGRAPH - 2017-11-24 21:45:00

Normal Theater/Town of Normal - Ad from 2017-11-23

NORMAL THEATER 209 North St., Normal 309-454-9722 HOLIDAY INN At an inn which is only open on holidays, a crooner and a hoofer vie for the affections of a beautiful up-and-coming performer. NR / 100 min. 454 - 9722 Order tickets online at www.normaltheater.com Fri, 11/24 at 7:00pm & Sun, 11/26 at 1

PANTAGRAPH - 2017-11-23 23:59:59

Jumping Jax, Technique Tumbling coming to Normal

In addition to the previously-announced OSF HealthCare medical office building and Sky Zone trampoline park coming to Constitution Trail Center next year, the development will welcome two physical fitness-related tenants before the end of 2018. Jumping Jax Family Fun Center Down the street from Sky

PANTAGRAPH - 2017-11-23 12:15:00

Normal Township Board OKs Brandt deal on 3-2 vote

NORMAL - Normal Township has decided to give up property tax money over the next decade to bring up to 500 jobs to McLean County. Nearly a week after board members postponed a decision on an abatement to bring the Brandt Group of Companies, a Canadian agriculture manufacturer, to the soon-to-be-vaca