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Woman says Facebook comments led to threats from KKK

BARTOW COUNTY, Ga. - A woman says members of the KKK are threatening her family after an argument on Facebook. The Bartow County Sheriff's office is investigating it as a case of terroristic threats. The woman, who did not want to be identified, said someone questioned in a Facebook post if a Martin

WSB-TV ATLANTA - 2017-11-18 04:18:52

Manhunt underway for man who got into shootout with police

Investigators are telling people nearby to lock their doors and report any suspicious activity to police. TRENDING STORIES:Another cheating scandal: APS police chief disciplines 17 officers, dispatcher Lawsuit: Sun Dial restaurant 'had no protections' to stop 5-year-old's deathWoman carjacked, kidn

WSB-TV ATLANTA - 2017-11-18 04:18:27

Want to try online grocery shopping for turkey and cranberry sauce?

Stephanie Pack is a professional grocery shopper - the human end of a complex food-retail algorithm - that connects her via the web with hungry consumers all over Greenville. She works for Shipt.com, a sort of Uber for chicken and eggs. Alabama-based Shipt has developed an app that local members ca

GREENVILLE NEWS - 2017-11-18 13:00:04

Bonds for Georgia Tech expansion into Cobb given final approval

CUMBERLAND - Members of the Development Authority of Cobb County gave their final approval Thursday to the issuance of nearly $56.9 million in bonds to allow Georgia Tech to expand operations on part of Marietta's Lockheed Martin campus. The Atlanta-based university had sought the bonds to buy 32 ac


Jury resumes deliberations in Menendez bribery trial

U.S. Sen. Bob Menendez arrives at the Martin Luther King Jr. Federal Courthouse for his federal corruption trial, Thursday, Nov. 16, 2017, in Newark, N.J. Jury deliberations continued on Thursday morning. (AP Photo/Julio Cortez) NEWARK, N.J. (AP) - Jurors have begun a seventh full day of deliberatio


Sassafras Mountain tower work to begin this month

The long-awaited construction of an observation tower on Sassafras Mountain, South Carolina's highest point, is set to begin late this month, a South Carolina Department of Natural Resources spokesman said Thursday. A $1.1 million bid on the Sassafras Mountain observation tower project has been acc


4-H Clubs Provide Valuable Opportunity

Your 4-H Clug ad in the Friday, Oct. 27 edition of The Greeneville Sun reminded me of the day my son, Dr. David Eugene Harmon, joined the 4-H Club when he was in the fourth grade. David chose public speaking and dairying as his major projects. When he was a senior at Greeneville High School, he was


Community raises money for student injured in car accident, rescued by Clemson football players

The Clemson community is going all-in to help a student who was hurt in a car wreck last month. On the afternoon of October 3, the Clemson football team had just finished practicing when they heard a loud noise in the distance. "It's kind of like trying to remember a dream," said Clary Miles, "I rem


Santa helps Otis ring in the season

NORWICH - Inside an upper room in Norwich's Otis Library on Saturday, 9-day-old Mia Cealiann sat cradled in the arms of Santa Claus as her family watched her slowly open and close her eyes. "This is her first Christmas and her first time meeting Santa," said Mia's mother, Norwich resident Carmen Cru

NORWICH BULLETIN - 2017-11-18 20:11:40

10 Norwich students receive superintendent's awards

Norwich - The 10 students who made their way to the Kelly Middle School Auditorium earlier this week are the type of kids who pick up spilled crayons so no one will slip on them, take out the garbage at home, make sure timid kindergarteners feel comfortable and, invariably, they greet their teachers

THEDAY - 2017-11-19 02:13:00

Food banks struggling to keep up with demand

MOOSUP - The eight freezers and four refrigerators in Project PIN's headquarters in the basement of All Hallows School were nearly empty less than two weeks before Thanksgiving. For Tim Kettle, the director of the food pantry that services Plainfield, it was crushing. Weeks earlier, they were stuffe

NORWICH BULLETIN - 2017-11-18 21:39:37

Our View: Connecticut leading the way in helping victims of domestic abuse

Intimate partner violence is a serious, preventable public health problem that affects millions of Americans, according to a statement from the Centers for Disease Control in August ahead of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, observed in October. On average, nearly 20 people per minute are physicall

NORWICH BULLETIN - 2017-11-18 11:00:00

FOX61's Jenn Bernstein, Lorenzo Hall celebrate Intercommunity's event in South Glastonbury

SOUTH GLASTONBURY - This evening was a special night for the non-profit group- Intercommunity who celebrated 40 years of helping the Greater Hartford community. FOX61's Jenn Bernstein and Lorenzo Hall joined Friday night's celebration in South Glastonbury for their largest fundraiser of the year. Th

FOX61.COM - 2017-11-18 03:31:33

Car fire prompts closure of I-95 Southbound in East Lyme

Crews and a tow truck are en route to clear a car on fire on I-95 Southbound near exit 73 in East Lyme. The incident took place on Saturday evening. Troopers from Troop E said there are no injuries, and the occupants of the car made it out safely.

EYEWITNESS NEWS - 2017-11-19 02:35:00

Police: Norwich man facing narcotics charges

NORWICH - A traffic stop Wednesday led to the arrest of a Norwich man police say had an active arrest warrant in connection to narcotic sales, police said. According to Norwich police, Karl Duncan, 30, was arrested during a motor vehicle stop by their patrol division when police said he was found to

NORWICH BULLETIN - 2017-11-17 14:26:07

Ruby and Elizabeth Cohen Woodlands to feature new StoryWalk Trail

Eagle Scout Jack Boyden recently completed work on the now-open Colchester StoryWalk Trail at the Ruby and Elizabeth Cohen Woodlands, 96 McDonald Road, Colchester. Eagle Scout Jack Boyden recently completed work on the now-open Colchester StoryWalk Trail at the Ruby and Elizabeth Cohen Woodlands, 96

NORWICH BULLETIN - 2017-11-17 20:10:25

Fundraising underway for Phillips splash pad

The season's first snowfalls may be just settling on the City of Phillips, but a handful of community members are already planning for next summer. Phillips resident Kristen Harper is leading an effort to create a splash pad in the city's Elk Lake Park, making it the only one in a 60-mile radius. A

APG OF WISCONSIN - 2017-11-17 12:00:00

PD: Man arrested in Mesa for threatening city bus passengers with knife

MESA, AZ - A man was arrested in Mesa after threatening passengers on a city bus with a knife. Mesa Police report that on November 12, a man, later identified as 27-year-old Hasani Silvester Lewis, came "nose to nose" with a woman and her two children, both under 10 years old. The woman stepped bet

ABC 15 NEWS - 2017-11-17 18:23:21

See trash-collecting turtle, billiard-ball calculator at Mesa's Prototyping Festival today

A trash-collecting turtle, a tunnel built of swim noodles, and a mechanical computer using billiard balls are just three of the "experiments in urban planning" that you can see at Mesa's Main Street Prototyping Festival today. Borrowing an idea from San Francisco, the city asked community groups to

AZCENTRAL - 2017-11-18 17:59:47

Have you heard the one about the comedy club in downtown Mesa?

Walk into Mesa's newest destination for laughs, Comedy Off Main St., and you'll find the entire staff of one, owner Chris Zuiker, sitting at a table ready to greet you. Throughout the night, depend on two things: the comedian's quality jokes and Zuiker consistently laughing the loudest. Zuiker opene

AZCENTRAL - 2017-11-18 13:00:04