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Guilty pleas heard this week

UNION COUNTY - The following persons pleaded guilty before Judge John C. Hayes III of York in General Sessions Court in the Main Courtroom of the Union County Courthouse this past week: - Christopher Scott Austin, 29, 215 Kissy Creek Circle, Union, to domestic violence second-degree, three years wit

UNION DAILY TIMES - 2017-11-20 06:00:13

Lakelands Fed. Credit Union robbed, Greenwood Police searching for suspect

GREENWOOD, SC (WSPA) - Greenwood Police are searching for a suspect after an armed robbery at the Lakelands Federal Credit Union. It happened around 10:15 a.m. at the credit union located at the corner of Edgefield and Spring Streets. Police say the man was armed with some sort of long gun. The susp

WSPA.COM - 2017-11-20 17:21:14

Funnel Cakes by Pam at the parade

Charles Warner | The Union Times In this week's News Around Lockart column, Connie Porter announces that a vendor, Funnel Cakes by Pam, will be at the Lockhart Christmas Parade. I was very happy that I heard from one of our vendors for the Lockhart Christmas Parade, today. Funnel Cakes by Pam will

UNION DAILY TIMES

Protecting Mt. Vernon Presbyterian Church

Image courtesy of the NSDAR The Fairforest Chapter of the National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution met Oct. 3 at Mt. Vernon Presbyterian Church. During the meeting the NSDAR members were addressed by Mrs. Kim O'Dell Winslow who did a presentation on the church's history. UNION C

UNION DAILY TIMES - 2017-11-20 07:30:22

Library closed Dec. 4-Jan. 1

Image courtesy of Union County Carnegie Library The Union County Carnegie Library will be closed December 4 through January 1. The library is closing as its moved to its temporary location at 127 East Main Street in the old Graham Cash Store in downtown Union. Library Hours Monday, Tuesday & Thursd

UNION DAILY TIMES - 2017-11-20 07:00:14

Pacolet recruits new doctors as current physicians schedule new patients

Pacolet officials are working to recruit more doctors to town as the town's only current medical provider works to bring in more patients. The town council plans to hear more from ReGenesis about bringing a possible second provider to town next month. The effort is being led by Councilman Willie Cro

SPARTANBURG HERALD-JOURNAL - 2017-11-20 21:08:41

Bars, taverns, and nightclubs

Image courtesy of the City of Union Union is closer to having bars, taverns, and nightclubs in the downtown area of the city after a divided Union City Council voted this week to amend the city's zoning ordinance to allow such establishments in that area. UNION - A divided Union City Council took a

UNION DAILY TIMES

How can you help? Holiday donation drives in the Upstate

Ahead of Thanksgiving and Christmas, local colleges and school districts are working to help those in their communities. Several Upstate colleges and school districts are working to collect donations from not only students and teachers, but families they serve. A few had donation drives wrap up last

SPARTANBURG HERALD-JOURNAL

Two 4th Precinct businesses caught selling alcohol to minors

File photo Suffolk County Police have arrested two people as a result of a month long investigation at businesses located within the 4th Precinct. Fourth Precinct Crime Section officers conducted an investigation into the sale of alcohol to minors during which nine businesses were checked for compli

TBRNEWSMEDIA.COM - 2017-11-20 16:50:38

Long Island breweries use leftover bagels to make beer and fight food waste

Larry Goldstein of Spider Bite Beer Co. used cinnamon raisin bagels for his beer. Photo Credit: Spider Bite Beer Co. We eat a lot of bagels on Long Island. Even so, lots of them are thrown away when they're no longer fresh - at least hundreds of pounds, every day. Kevin Breslawski knows this first

NEWSDAY - 2017-11-20 20:43:00

Long Island News from the Long Island Press

Members of the Long Island business community and volunteers are hitting the gym, drinking raw eggs and running up stairs to the Rocky theme song as they train for this 14th annual boxing fundraiser for charity. Hilton Long Island, 598 Route 110, Melville. lifightforcharity.org $134-$250. 6 p.m. No

LONGISLANDPRESS - 2017-11-20 13:55:27

LI dad dancing to Michael Jackson at concert is retired DJ

A video of John Lawless dancing at a Janet Jackson concert went viral, but his routine was already popular at Long Island weddings. John Lawless, 50, of Centereach, performing as Michael Jackson. Lawless became a viral sensation after he was caught on camera dancing at a Janet Jackson concert Nov.

NEWSDAY - 2017-11-20 17:40:37

Police: Car smashes into Central Islip bakery

The driver told police she was trying to park when "her foot slipped off the brake" and she accidentally hit the gas. A car crashed through the front of Victoria Bakery in Central Islip on Monday, Nov. 20, 2017. Photo Credit: James Carbone A Central Islip bakery became an unintended drive-in Monda

NEWSDAY - 2017-11-20 17:45:10

Engeman Theater's 'Frosty' is a magical holiday treat

That jolly, happy soul has returned to Northport. The family musical "Frosty" opened Nov. 18 at the John W. Engeman Theater and families filled the theater eager for the annual holiday treat.The cast of 'Frosty' after last Saturday morning's performance. Photo by Rita J. Egan Directed by Richard T.

TBRNEWSMEDIA.COM - 2017-11-20 22:49:23

Brentwood Man Caught Driving Drunk With 2 Kids In Car: Police

The 37-year-old was found to be drunk with the two kids, who were both under 16, during a sobriety check point on Sunday, police say. BRENTWOOD, NY - A Brentwood man was caught driving drunk with two kids under the age of 16 in the car in Brentwood on Sunday, according to State Police. Arles Crespo,

PATCH - 2017-11-20 16:36:32

Holiday house tours on Long Island

A house ready to welcome visitors on last year's holiday home tour in Lloyd Harbor. Photo Credit: Veronique Louis Over the next few weeks, private homes and museums throughout Long Island will decorate for the holidays, letting visitors peel back the figurative wrapping paper and take a look insid

NEWSDAY - 2017-11-20 21:19:00

Man faces new sex trafficking charges in Falmouth court

FALMOUTH - A man who runs multiple massage parlors, including at least two on Cape Cod, and may have ties to the Chinese mafia based on information provided to police, was back in Falmouth District Court on Friday to face more sex trafficking charges. Mark J. Clinton, 50, pleaded not guilty to two c

CAPECODTIMES.COM - 2017-11-21 02:23:06

Unlicensed Gun Owner Turns Self Into Falmouth Police

Jeffrey (Keyth) Sylvia, 34, turned himself into the Falmouth Police Department over the weekend. On November 19, accompanied by his attorney, Mr. Sylvia turned himself into police detectives at Falmouth Police Station. He was processed without incident and held on $50,000 cash bail for his arraignme

CAPENEWS.NET - 2017-11-20 17:10:00

Falmouth Select Board Executive Session Wind Turbines 11/20/2017

Falmouth SBChairwoman Susan Moran said this about wind turbines July of 2017: "It's time to put the matter behind us and move forward." The Falmouth Select Board will meet in Executive Session Monday, November 20, 2017 The board will as they have for months discuss resolution of all turbine litiga

PATCH - 2017-11-20 11:00:00

Outdoor Amphitheater Planned For East Falmouth Branch Library

As part of its effort to improve outdoor facilities for children at the East Falmouth branch of Falmouth Public Library, the Falmouth Public Library Support Fund has updated its proposed design to include an amphitheater overlooking Mill Pond. Inspired by The 300 Committee outdoor classroom in Teati

CAPENEWS.NET - 2017-11-19 19:40:00