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Coventry has a roadwork project

Coventry Police are warning drivers about an upcoming road project. From Tuesday, November 28th to Friday, December 1st, there will be a detour set up on Arnold Road. The detour will only affect southbound traffic toward New London Turnpike, where traffic will be diverted to Johnson's Boulevard. Del

TURNTO10.COM - 2017-11-23 07:07:21

New Bedford Police investigate an early morning stabbing

WJAR New Bedford Police responded to a report of a stabbing just after 6:30 am Thursday Morning. The call came in to respond to 57 Myrtle Street but officers found a wounded victim at a nearby intersection. The victim, a male, refused treatment at the scene. New Bedford Police tell NBC10 the victi

TURNTO10.COM - 2017-11-23 22:50:53

Contributed Help for regional hospice from Lions Club, businesses

The Kent Memorial Library and the Kent Library Association (KLA) want to thank all of the public who responded to our Library Survey this spring. Over the past 20 years or so, libraries have changed dramatically, from being repositories of... Read Post New Milford On Oct. 13, 14, 20 and 21, Harrybr


Find New Events On The Cranston Calendar

(Nearby) Save The Animals Rescue (STAR) FOUNDATIONS Online Auction Fundraiser November 20th 9:00am EST thru November 30th 11:00pm EST at http://www.biddingOwl.com/Save... We are auctioning wonderful collectables, art, household items, jewelry, pet supplies and more! Click here for more.Friday, Nove

PATCH - 2017-11-24 13:55:19

Benny's down to last 3 stores by Monday night

AND THEN THERE WERE THREE: Benny's anounced another round of closings, bringing the company's total number of remaining stores to three by Monday evening. Above, Arnold Bromberg, co-owner of Benny's. / COURTESY BENNY'S PROVIDENCE - On Monday at 5 p.m. Benny's will close two of its five remaining sto

PROVIDENCE BUSINESS NEWS - 2017-11-24 16:51:41

RI Sheriffs: Warwick Men Among 13 Arrested For Failing to Pay Child Support

[CREDIT: RISP] RI Sheriffs arrested 13 people this week for failing to pay child support. That included two Warwick men, Devin Lopes, left, and Thomas Villella.WARWICK, RI - Two Warwick men were among 13 arrested Nov. 22 for failing to pay a combined $417,928.37 in child support.

WARWICKPOST.COM - 2017-11-24 10:30:13

2 more Benny's stores closing on Monday, leaving only 3 still open

EAST PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) - The shutdown of the Benny's retail chain continues, as the company announced Friday that two more stores are set to close next week. The locations in East Greenwich and Wakefield will permanently close at 5 p.m. Monday. That leaves just three stores from the iconic sto

WPRI - 2017-11-24 18:53:38

Benny's announces two more store closures

By: News Staff Email: news@abc6.com Twitter: @abc6.com EAST GREENWICH, R.I. (WLNE) - Benny's announced Friday that two more store locations are closing next week. The store on Post Road in East Greenwich and the store on Kingstown Road in Wakefield will each shut their doors for good on Monday, Nove

ABC6.COM - 2017-11-24 20:14:00

Woman abused as a student files suit against former golf coach, Scottsbluff school district, local country club

A woman who alleges a former Scottsbluff golf coach sexually assaulted her has filed suit against the coach, as well as the Scottsbluff School District and the Scottsbluff Country Club. The woman, who is identified as Jane Doe in the suit, is one of two former students who former Scottsbluff High Sc

STAR-HERALD - 2017-11-24 18:09:00

Scottsbluff man arrested on drug charges

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Nearly 800 enjoy Thanksgiving in the Valley

The 33rd Thanksgiving in the Valley brought a free Thanksgiving meal to nearly 800 people on Thursday. Volunteers gathered at the Guadalupe Center in Scottsbluff early Thursday morning to set up and prepare for the meal. Trisha Strauch from KNEB talked about her favorite thing about volunteering for

STAR-HERALD - 2017-11-24 01:30:00

Julia Elaine Dukesherer 'Momo

Julia Elaine Dukesherer "Momo," 88, of Scottsbluff, died Sunday, November 19, 2017 at Scottsbluff Care and Rehab. Her funeral service will be held at 1:30 PM Central Time on Monday, November 27, 2017 at All Faiths Funeral Home in Grand Island, Nebraska with burial to follow at the Westlawn Memorial

STAR-HERALD - 2017-11-24 00:00:00

Money Wi$e gives back to the community

From left to right, Tammy Scott, sales representative at Money Wi$e, Amy Westphal, sales representative at Money Wi$e, Cheryl Brunz, executive director Aging Office of Western Nebraska and Cindy Green, owner of Money Wi$e. Green, Scott and Westphal were visiting the Aging Office to make a $750 donat

STAR-HERALD - 2017-11-24 01:15:00

Notes of Gratitude: Giving thanks in difficult times

TORRINGTON, Wyo. - Torrington native Donna Hattan has always been thankful for a good life, family and friends. But that thankfulness came into clearer focus just over a year ago when she came down with what she thought was a sinus infection. "I was at work last October and couldn't talk or swallow,

STAR-HERALD - 2017-11-22 23:00:00

Shirley Johns: Teaching by example

SCOTTSBLUFF - A soft melody rises from the piano as Shirley Johns plays one of her favorite tunes from memory. Everything she plays now is from memory as her eyesight is almost totally gone. Johns shared her journey of losing most of her vision that started 15 years ago. "I had macular degeneration

STAR-HERALD - 2017-11-22 23:30:00

Even zoo animals like gifts: Zoo seeks enrichment gifts for the animals

The Jingle Paws tree at riverside Discovery Center. Patrons can stop by to take an ornament, which is labeled with a gift item for one of the animals at the zoo. SCOTTSBLUFF - Tyke, the resident raccoon at Riverside Discovery Center, reaches his paw through a clear cylinder to reach peanut butter, j


Farmers markets are open today in Nyack and White Plains

The Nyack Farmers' Market, normally open on Thursday's, is open the day before Thanksgiving. John Meore/lohud The Nyack and White Plains farmers markets are open today for those still in need of Brussels sprouts on the stalk, freshly dug sweet potatoes, pies as good as Grandma made, local apple cid


Tarrytown YMCA launches 'community needs' survey

Gerry Riera, CEO of the Family YMCA at Tarrytown explains how the YMCA has renovated and repurposed many of their facilities to better serve their members. (Video by Seth Harrison/The Journal News) Family YMCA at Tarrytown wants to hear from you. The Tarrytown chapter of the international communit

LOHUD.COM - 2017-11-24 11:00:01

Power outage makes for dark Black Friday at Shops at Nanuet

NANUET - Black Friday was made a bit blacker when a substation transformer failed Friday morning, sending 2,300 residential and commercial customers - including The Shops at Nanuet - into darkness. Mike Donovan, media relations officer for Orange & Rockland Utilities, said the bank of three transfor

LOHUD.COM - 2017-11-24 15:58:50

'Miracle baby' brings light and joy back to Spring Valley 'Christmas House'

SPRING VALLEY - Peter and Janina Sikora called their home the "Christmas House." The Sikoras were lauded throughout the second half of the 1980s and most of the '90s for their elaborately crafted homemade animated lawn ornaments during the holiday season. But as their daughter and son grew older, th

LOHUD.COM - 2017-11-24 18:42:45