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'Cross-section of humanity'

NEWPORT - About 150 people from all walks of life with a range of experiences gathered Thursday afternoon at the Seamen's Church Institute for a Thanksgiving dinner that is an annual celebration of community. Hugo Wallgren of Newport, a retired chief financial officer, and Zolton Phillips of New Bed

NEWPORTRI.COM - 2017-11-24 14:15:00

Christmas In Newport returns for 47th season on December 1st

Bowen's Wharf will light their Christmas Tree on December 2nd. Christmas In Newport, a city-wide celebration fostering the historic traditions of the holiday season, will kick off their 46th season on Friday, December 1st. With a volunteer base numbering 1500, the non-profit organization, Christmas

WHATSUPNEWP.COM - 2017-11-24 08:50:33

13,000 have visited Newport Car Museum since opening in June

Since it opened on June 1, the Newport Car Museum has attracted - and wowed - more than 13,000 visitors and become an instant hit with car clubs and tour groups exploring the Northeast and especially the popular vacation destination of Newport. The museum's location in Portsmouth, in a 114,000-squar

WARWICKONLINE.COM - 2017-11-24 08:00:00

31 Jerkface Dogs Who Ruined Thanksgiving

Have you ever slaved away, preparing a beautiful Thanksgiving dinner for your loved ones, only to find your dog's gigantic, guilty eyes staring up at you? The people in this collection of photos of dogs who totally ruined Thanksgiving know the feeling all too well. Although many fur-parents don't th

THENEWPORTBUZZ.COM - 2017-11-23 16:09:27

More storage coming to Middletown?

MIDDLETOWN - About 100 more units of mini-storage might be coming to Middletown. Plans were filed recently with the town's building office to construct a three-story, 6,000-square-foot addition to the northern side of West Main Self Storage at 825 West Main Road. Owner Kenneth Alves told The Daily N

NEWPORTRI.COM - 2017-11-24 13:30:00

VIDEO - President Kennedy Out And About In Newport, RI

Silent motion picture of President John F. Kennedy's weekend activities in Newport, Rhode Island, September 12 - 15, 1963, starting with his arrival and departure at Quonset Naval Air Station, Bailey's Beach, golf at newport Country Club, sailing on the Honey Fitz and more! Two months after this vid


Florez to resign from Newport City Council

NEWPORT -- John Florez announced Wednesday he will be resigning from City Council as he expands his business in Austin, Texas. He announced his resignation effective Jan. 9 in a letter Wednesday to the City Council and City Manager Joe Nicholson, Florez said during a phone interview Wednesday aftern


Councilman John Florez to step down from Newport City Council

Newport City Councilman John Florez has announced his intention to resign his seat from the Newport City Council effective January to pursue business opportunities for Drupal Connect, his award winningtechnology company. Florez announced his intentions Wednesday morning in a letter to the Newport Ci


Local Results: Nov. 24 - Kodiak Daily Mirror: Local Sports

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KODIAK DAILY MIRROR - 2017-11-24 17:00:00

Students get up close and personal with a shark

Third, fourth and fifth graders at Peterson Elementary were treated to a first-hand lesson in marine biology Tuesday, when a local biologist conducted a salmon shark dissection. "What do you think we're going to find in its stomach?" biologist Bob Foy asked the congregation of children. Third, fourt

KODIAK DAILY MIRROR - 2017-11-24 17:00:00

American Legion serves turkey to 200

The friendly refrain "Have you had something to eat yet?" could be heard throughout the American Legion on Thursday, as locals flocked for the organization's annual Thanksgiving meal. Club manager Jennifer Roalsen said that it's their second busiest day of the year (after the Fourth of July), with u

KODIAK DAILY MIRROR - 2017-11-24 17:00:00

Alutiiq Word of the Week: Tugluq

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KODIAK DAILY MIRROR - 2017-11-24 17:00:00

Berry crop failure could mean more bears in town

Over the past couple of weeks, several Kodiak residents have reported seeing a bear in town and have taken their concerns to Facebook. Many have reported seeing a bear in the Spruce Cape area and as far into town as Cut Off Road. Nathan Svoboda, area wildlife biologist for the Department of Fish and


A Thanksgiving tradition of sharing

David and Suzie Olsen have been married for 32 years, and that's obvious when you speak with them. When asked to recall a memorable Thanksgiving, they each independently replied with the exact same phrase: "They're all memorable." Part of the reason is that the couple host large gatherings of family


NewBo District gears up for Small Business Saturday

Born out of the flood of 2008, the New Bohemia Main Street District is now looking for a different type of flood come Saturday -- a flood of costumers. "It's time to remember what started this country, and it was small business," said Stephanie Brandenburg, the owner of Delve MIY located at 1101 3rd

CBS2IOWA.COM - 2017-11-24 15:03:19

Cedar Rapids officer helps homeless couple find home

"At first I didn't think he was too nice of a man but he came over to talk to us, and he understood where Savannah and I were coming from because ah we'd been homeless ah quite awhile," said Cedar Rapids resident Bo Johnson. Johnson and his partner Savannah Rote were homeless for 13 months. The cou

CBS2IOWA.COM - 2017-11-23 20:24:52

Cedar Rapids officials doubtful One Park Place will meet deadline

CEDAR RAPIDS - One of the largest private development proposals in Cedar Rapids history appears unlikely to meet a do-or-die deadline on Monday, which could signal the end of the line for One Park Place. Cedar Rapids Mayor Ron Corbett said he and City Manager Jeff Pomeranz spoke with Dave Zahradnik

THEGAZETTE.COM - 2017-11-24 23:32:00

For everything from stuffed dogs to power tools - crowds pour into Cedar Rapids Menards

Hundreds of shoppers snaked through the aisles of Menards in Cedar Rapids on Black Friday. Some lined up starting at 3:00 a.m. (CBS2/FOX28) Hundreds of people lined up for the 6:00 a.m. opening of Menards on Black Friday. The first ones showed up at 3:00 a.m., and the others piled behind them, snaki

CBS2IOWA.COM - 2017-11-24 11:12:20

My Biz: Home Appliance Center in Cedar Rapids defies online shifts

CEDAR RAPIDS - Tucked away off a bend in Oakland Road NE, Home Appliance Center and its staff have few quiet moments. "It's always busy, anymore, with Sears going out of (the appliance) business," Craig Knapp said. "They were at least 36 percent of the market. That's trending down fast." Sears annou

THEGAZETTE.COM - 2017-11-24 18:06:47

Cedar Rapids lawyer elected to state board

DES MOINES - One Cedar Rapids lawyer was elected to the Iowa Association for Justice board, and two other lawyers - including one who lost her son - were recognized this month for their work on behalf of clients. Darin Luneckas, a work and personal injury lawyer in Cedar Rapids, was elected during t

THEGAZETTE.COM - 2017-11-24 18:19:59