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Mitchell man arrested for breaking into vehicles, attempting to steal shotgun

A Mitchell man was arrested for allegedly breaking into two vehicles and attempting to steal a shotgun. Larry Abdo Jr., 39, was charged with grand theft of more than $1,000 and less than or equal to $2,500 and criminal entry of a motor vehicle. A status hearing is scheduled for Nov. 30. At approxima

MITCHELLREPUBLIC.COM - 2017-11-24 17:05:53

Mitchell Wesleyan feeds hundreds during annual Thanksgiving feast

Beautiful weather outdoors didn't stop hundreds of area residents from gathering inside the Mitchell Wesleyan Church for its annual Thanksgiving meal. Serving turkey and all the traditional sides often seen on a Thanksgiving table, church officials estimated they would serve approximately 850 to 900

MITCHELLREPUBLIC.COM - 2017-11-23 20:11:38

Mitchell man arrested for breaking window at ex-girlfriend's house

A Mitchell man was arrested for allegedly breaking the window of his ex-girlfriend's house and resisting arrest. Riley Tischler, 28, was charged on Nov. 13 with second-degree burglary, possession of a controlled schedule I or II substance, obstructing law enforcement and domestic abuse simple assaul


Mitchell native begins statewide Week of Giving initiative

Instead of celebrating just Thanksgiving, one South Dakotan is challenging the state to recognize an entire week of giving. Sarah Meusburger, a Mitchell native and now Brookings resident, kicked off a statewide giving initiative this week in hopes more South Dakotans will give to their local communi


Plankinton man sentenced to 20 years in prison for attempted first-degree rape

PLANKINTON - An Aurora County man was sentenced to 20 years in prison Wednesday for attempted first-degree rape. Thirty-five-year-old Robert Will, of Plankinton, was also sentenced to 10 years in prison for sexual contact with a minor under the age of 16, but he will serve the two sentences concurre

MITCHELLREPUBLIC.COM - 2017-11-23 20:11:48

Queens man charged with attempted murder in stabbing, police say

David Williams, 56, also was charged with assault and criminal possession of a weapon after his arrest on Thanksgiving morning, police say. A Queens man was arrested Thanksgiving morning and charged with attempted murder in the stabbing of his sister's boyfriend during a family argument in Jamaica,

NEWSDAY - 2017-11-24 00:52:57

Driver arrested in hit-and-run that critically injured man in Queens

A driver was arrested in a hit-and-run that injured a pedestrian in Whitestone, Queens Thursday night. The crash happened at the corner of Murray St. and 17th Rd. just after 7 p.m. 52-year-old Carmine Minichino of 101-09 46th Avenue in Queens was charged with leaving the scene of an accident, drivin

ABC7NY.COM - 2017-11-24 03:23:40

Glittery charms at the Cradle of Aviation Museum

Now that we've polished off the turkey, the festive season is clearly in focus. To kick things off, the Festival of Trees returns to Museum Row in Garden City with the latest edition of its popular spectacle this weekend. Artisans, local entertainers, volunteers and visitors will gather at Cradle


Islanders pay visit to St. Agnes

Students at Rockville Centre's St. Agnes Cathedral School met Islanders defenseman Tom Hickey and his teammate Jason Chimera, as part of the hockey team's tour of 10 schools on Nov. 14. Assistant Principal Brian Jensen, an Islanders fan, jumped at the opportunity to host the NHL players. "It's our 1


RVC man rewarded for hard work

Rockville Centre resident Joseph Forte, who was diagnosed with a developmental disability as a young boy, was recently honored as a recipient of the William B. Joslin Outstanding Performance Award, granted to 58 hardworking people this year by the New York State Industries for the Disabled. "Oh man,


Village employees learn how to stop the bleeding

"Do you want to have a deep laceration, or do you want to have a gunshot wound?" Allison Anderson, injury prevention coordinator for South Nassau Communities Hospital's trauma department, asked Rockville Centre Mayor Francis Murray. "I'll take a gunshot wound," Murray, after quickly considering a qu


Long Island Soup Kitchen Serves Up Thanksgiving Meals With Side Of Compassion

TOWN OF HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. (CBSNewYork) - Thanksgiving is the busiest day of the year for the largest soup kitchen on Long Island. Dozens of volunteers proudly served hundreds of meals with all the fixings inside the Mary Brennan Inn in the Town of Hempstead. For the 35th year in a row, the inn made it

CBSLOCAL.COM - 2017-11-23 22:16:44

Flying to the airport: The right and wrong way to connect people to LaGuardia

During this, the busiest travel time of the year, the MTA is encouraging the use of the Q70 bus, smartly rebranded the LaGuardia Link by Gov. Cuomo. It makes swift and easy eight-minute trips between the air terminals and the big subway station at Roosevelt Ave./74th St. The incentive: no bus fare

NY DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-24 09:00:07

SF buses won't carry cannabis ads

San Francisco's public transit board has voted to ban marijuana advertising on its buses, trains and shelters, reversing its current policy. The San Francisco Examiner reports the board of the San Francisco Municipal Transportation Agency voted Nob. 21 to prohibit pot advertising in advance of Jan.


Financial first-aid kit often overlooked in disaster-planning

Heather Belli, CFP, is a certified financial planner, certified divorce financial analyst and partner with Willow Creek Wealth Management (www.willowcreekwealth.com, 707-829-1146), Sebastopol. Wealth Matters (nbbj.news/wealthmatters) is a monthly column by the firm's advisers. Whether or not you suf


Ferry service could soon be out to bid

State officials expect early next year to seek bids from companies interested in ferrying visitors from the Marin County community Tiburon to Angel Island in the San Francisco Bay. About 55,000 to 70,000 people a year now get to and from the island via Tiburon Ferry Inc. Its ferry boards in dowtown


Laptops provided to Santa Rosa teachers, students who lost theirs in fires

C.J. Alexander and her family barely had time to flee, let alone worry about their daughter's laptop as the Nuns fire hopped Highway 12 and raced toward their rural Kenwood home. "I woke up to the smoke, thank God," Alexander, 47, said. "Our neighbors were already gone." The wind-fueled blaze that e

PRESSDEMOCRAT.COM - 2017-11-23 23:53:00

Free SMART passes offered to downtown Santa Rosa shoppers

The Santa Rosa Metro Chamber is partnering with Sonoma-Marin Area Rail Transit and downtown merchants to boost business during the holidays. This weekend and that of Dec. 2-3, shoppers will get a free one-way ticket on SMART for every $25 they spend. In all, 5,000 passes will be handed out to shopp

PRESSDEMOCRAT.COM - 2017-11-23 23:03:00

Santa Rosa holiday shopping season kicks off on Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is a time for family, friends, traditions and shopping, as Santa Rosa resident Frances Palomares well knows. She waits outside Best Buy on Santa Rosa Avenue the Wednesday morning before Thanksgiving with her 12-year-old grandson Daniel Rodriguez and four other family members to be first

PRESSDEMOCRAT.COM - 2017-11-24 05:31:00

Cardinal Newman High School rallies for its students, families affected by Santa Rosa fire

On a recent Wednesday in the St. Elizabeth Seton gym in Rohnert Park, the majority of Cardinal Newman High School's junior class sat in groups of five and six around tables. Theology instructors Ryan Corriveau and Alice Meyer had combined six periods of classes into one, and all of those students we

PRESSDEMOCRAT.COM - 2017-11-23 00:31:00