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Fun things to do abound in York, Chester and Lancaster counties | The Herald

The York County Coroner's Office staff and CARE Team's open house to light the seventh annual Memory Tree, 2-4 p.m. Monday at the coroner's office, 939 Heckle Boulevard, Rock Hill. Families who have lost a loved one are invited to bring an ornament to place on the tree in their memory. Families who

ROCK HILL HERALD - 2017-11-22 18:46:00

Chester murder of 22-year-old still unsolved; police ask for help from public

Police in Chester are continuing to ask for the public's help in an unsolved murder after a Chester man was shot and killed Thursday night. Ankee Pendegrass, 22, died at a Charlotte hospital after he was shot several times in an incident just north of downtown Chester, said Keshia Tobias, spokesper


After months of searching, Chester hires new police chief

The city of Chester has hired a new police chief. Eric Williams, 46, a South Carolina probation and parole agent and former chief of police in Kingstree, will start Dec. 4, said Cara Roof, human resources director in Chester. Chester City Council voted earlier this month to hire Williams after a mon


'Celebration of love' shines light on Thanksgiving, 30 years of sharing

During the week of Thanksgiving, tradition and family take the spotlight in Chester County. Tuesday was the day to celebrate one special tradition, a 30-year-old event that brings together family and strangers alike. The meal was provided by the family of Bobbie Brown, 80, and church members at Ce

ROCK HILL HERALD - 2017-11-22 16:34:00

Hungry for a Thanksgiving Day dinner? These places offer meals and fellowship

Not everyone has an invitation to a Thanksgiving Day gathering filled with a warm kitchen overflowing with holiday food. To help people in need in York, Chester, and Lancaster counties, several area churches, ministries and organizations are preparing and serving meals this week, many on Thanksgivi

ROCK HILL HERALD - 2017-11-22 00:05:00

A tough call ends Lewisville's season

Friday's third round playoff match-up between Lewisville and Ridge Spring-Monetta was as much about a touchdown that didn't count as the seven that did. If you currently subscribe or have subscribed in the past to the Chester News & Reporter, then simply find your account number on your mailing labe

NEWS & REPORTER - 2017-11-22 00:43:00

West wins football picking contest

No tie-breaker was needed this week as Buddy West of Chester was the runaway winner of the news & Reporter's football picking contest. West ended up all alone in first place with a record of 18-2. For his efforts, West claims the weekly $50 prize. Only two contestants were within a game of West. F

NEWS & REPORTER - 2017-11-22 00:34:00

Closed in honor of Thanksgiving

UNION COUNTY - Thursday is Thanksgiving Day which means it will be a day of tradition including families gathered around the table to enjoy a delicious meal featuring such tasty fare as turkey and pumpkin pie and sports fans gathered around the TV to watch football games. Another tradition of Thanks

UNION DAILY TIMES - 2017-11-22 11:04:30

State suspends Cortland bar's liquor license after 111 sales to minors

CORTLAND, N.Y. -- The New York State Liquor Authority has suspended a Cortland bar's liquor license after more than 100 sales to minors, including one involving a 16-year-old. The suspension was ordered today to Mario Enterprises, Inc., doing business as the Stone Lounge at 128 S. Main St. No alcoho

SYRACUSE.COM - 2017-11-21 16:41:38

Ithaca Police Charge Man with Arson in Overnight House Fire

Ithaca Police have arrested a 31-year-old Dryden man for allegedly starting a house fire on Wednesday morning. "I'm saddened this happened in our community, and I am thankful for the services from the Red Cross in assisting those who are displaced by this cowardly act. Investigating the origin and

FOX 40 NEWS WICZ TV - 2017-11-23 02:44:00

High-speed internet on its way to some rural Cayuga County towns

AUBURN - By the end of 2018, about 4,000 residents in seven rural Cayuga County municipalities will have access to high-speed broadband internet through 400 miles of fiber network from New Visions Communications. The $14.1 million project covers parts of the towns of Sterling, Victory, Montezuma, M

CITIZEN ONLINE - 2017-11-22 01:25:00

Alternative to West Dryden Pipeline approved by PSC

A natural gas-free plan to meet rising energy needs in the fast-developing reaches of Lansing hurdled an important regulatory step last week. In what Caroline Town Supervisor Irene Weiser in a press release called a "precedent setting" decision, the Public Service Commission unanimously approved a p

ITHACA.COM - 2017-11-21 22:21:00

Groton Business Association honors bank president's 50 year career

The Groton Business Association held a general meeting of its membership on Nov. 15, at which they honored Steve Gobel, president of the First National Bank of Groton for his 50 years of service at the bank. Gobel spoke at the meeting; thanking everyone for their support, and expressing his gratitud

ITHACAJOURNAL.COM - 2017-11-21 13:00:03

Vintage crime: Tully pastor saves life of daughter's accuser

"Never before during the history of The Times or within the memory of any of the present residents of the village of Tully has there been such excitement displayed or such vengeance aroused," the Tully Times said about an incident which occurred on Nov. 17, 1897. The story begins with the arrival of

SYRACUSE.COM - 2017-11-21 16:41:31

Honoring Tompkins County's rural heritage

As a city grows into a bustling micro-metropolis by the day, it's sometimes easy to forget about the land around the city of Ithaca, its people, and the origins of this city rooted in the currency of the land beneath it. At one point in Tompkins County in the years after the white man came, the City

ITHACA.COM - 2017-11-22 14:40:00

Remember Golden Ponds? Here's how to avoid food borne illnesses during the holidays.

A year ago Thanksgiving, roughly 800 to 1,100 headed to Golden Ponds Restaurant and Party House for Thanksgiving dinner. Before long, 260 of them experienced stomach pain, cramping and diarrhea in what is quite likely the largest recent outbreak of foodborne illness in Monroe County. The source for


Coosa County town soon to find itself without medical care

At the Triple R Cafe in Rockford, Jeffrey Sallas says the latest news in town isn't going down quite so well for him. "I'm very upset about it," Sallas admitted. The news is that nurse practitioner Jamie Chappell has turned in her resignation at the Rockford Family Medical Clinic, a move that caught

WSFA - 2017-11-22 19:17:45

Homicide investigation underway in Childersburg

Childersburg police are investigating a deadly shooting Tuesday night. A family member told ABC 33/40 that she found out about her relative's death through Facebook around 6:00 P.M. There were no witnesses and police have no suspects at this time. Childersburg police are investigating a deadly shoot

ABC 33/40 NEWS - 2017-11-21 22:09:45

Kimmie Gee Dance workshop 2017 (photos)

TALLADEGA -- The H.Y.P.E. Movement and J.OV.A.N.I.: The Dance Factory, in partnership with Christ Deliverance Christian Center, hosted the Formation Dance Workshop led by Kimmie Gee last Saturday. More than 100 dancers, ages 8-18, from Talladega, Leeds, Pell City, Tuscaloosa, Childersburg and Birmin

ANNISTON STAR - 2017-11-21 15:00:00

Kymulga Grist Mill, Park receives $200,000 grant for expansion

MONTGOMERY - The Kymulga Grist Mill and Park is about to experience a growth spurt with the help of a grant from Gov. Kay Ivey. The grant for Kymulga was one of 18 announced by Ivey in a press release Tuesday. The grants, which will total $3.3 million, will go to expand recreation trails in several

ANNISTON STAR - 2017-11-22 00:10:00