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The Grove to sponsor Henderson Christmas Parade

An important part of all great communities is an annual parade! The Henderson|Chester County Chamber of Commerce has announced that the Annual Henderson Christmas Parade sponsored by The Grove Primary Care Clinic will be at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 7, in downtown Henderson. It is free to enter the p


Henderson Co. woman pleads guilty to 25 counts of animal cruelty

HENDERSON, COUNTY, Tenn - A Henderson county woman charged with 25 counts of cruelty to animals pleaded guilty in court. Cindy Keen was charged last year after law enforcement received information about suspected livestock abuse at her property. The terms of her guilty plea include a lifetime ban on

WBBJTV.COM - 2017-11-16 04:56:13

Hendersonville to hold public meeting on stormwater utility ordinance

The City of Hendersonville will hold a public meeting Monday night to discuss a proposed stormwater utility ordinance which could be implemented next year. Although the stormwater utility could mean a $6 a month fee for Hendersonville residents, Public Works Director Chip Moore said many residents h


Henderson Co. Sheriff's Department takes new approach to make churches safer

HENDERSON COUNTY, Tenn. - The recent church shooting in Middle Tennessee is just one example of gun violence that has affected our country. "It's sad that it's came to this, but that's just where we are in today's society," said Lt. Victor Stanford of the Henderson County Sheriff's Department. So th


2 suspects wanted in car burglaries in Hendersonville

Hendersonville police are searching for two suspects after a burglary spree on Wednesday night. The two crooks are accused of breaking the windows of two cars and stealing wallets in the parking lot of the Planet Fitness on East Main Street between 8:30 and 9:30 p.m. Investigators say the suspects


Jackson police seek 2 suspects in dollar store robbery

JACKSON, Tenn. - Police are searching for two people accused of robbing a store in west Jackson. The robbery took place around 7:45 p.m. Thursday at the Family Dollar in the 1100 block of Old Hickory Boulevard, according to police. Officers say two men came in and demanded money, then got away with

WBBJTV.COM - 2017-11-17 22:02:11

Adopt a Teen helping 242 West Tennessee teens have a merry Christmas

Each year during the holiday season, a number of charities conduct gift drives for children of needy families to make sure they're able to enjoy Christmas morning with a few gifts under the tree. Teenagers of needy families aren't as fortunate, as most of the gifts donated are for younger children,

JACKSON SUN - 2017-11-17 18:12:16

Bacteria or virus: Do you really need an antibiotic?

Bacteria and viruses are too tiny to be seen by the naked eye, can cause similar symptoms and are spread in the same way, but that's where the similarities end. This is important to understand, because bacterial and viral infections must be treated differently. Inappropriate use of antibiotics to tr

JACKSON SUN - 2017-11-17 21:24:12

Westwood Police Log, Nov. 6-12

The following is an excerpt from the Westwood Police Log from Nov. 6-12. All suspects are considered innocent until proven guilty. Mon., Nov. 6 1:26 p.m., a fire was reported at Highland Glen Road and was extinguished a short time later. 4:18 p.m., the family of a resident at the Gables Nursing Home

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-17 09:31:00

Attempted housing cap in Westwood mixed use districts defeated

Article 5-a zoning amendment to cap the number of dwellings in two mixed-use districts to 90-failed following an attempt to reduce that number even further. Nada Fabrizio Milosavljevic of Webster Street presented a written amendment to the article to reduce the maximum number of dwellings to 35. It


Mother, daughter accused of dealing drugs at Brockton courthouse

They are charged with delivery of an article to an inmate and drug offenses. BROCKTON - A mother and daughter were arraigned on Thursday after police say they were distributing drugs at a city courthouse. Christine Annmarie Lozanne, 54, and Tineisha A. Lozanne, 25, were arraigned in Brockton Distric

ENTERPRISE - 2017-11-16 20:52:03

New name, expanded programs planned for Hale beach

Over the last six decades, Hale's Membership Beach has had a number of names, including the Westwood and Dover Conservation Club. This week, the title on that long stretch of sand will once again shift monikers, to the Hale Summer Club. Shannon Obey, director of Family Programming and Events, said w

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-17 10:35:00

Aaron Hernandez's mansion sold for $1M

A 23-year-old real estate investor who plunked down a cool $1 million for Aaron Hernandez's Westwood Estates mansion says he's hoping to lift the curse on the long-vacant North Attleboro property by restoring the 10-year-old home's curb appeal and its good-neighbor reputation. "My friends are defini

BOSTON HERALD - 2017-11-17 08:00:00

Report: Pair moved drugs in court

Three court officers are being investigated after a mother and daughter were charged with trying to smuggle heroin to prisoners inside Brockton Superior Court, officials said. Christine Lozanne, 54, of Norwood, and her daughter, Tineisha Lozanne, 25, of Dorchester, pleaded not guilty yesterday in Br

BOSTON HERALD - 2017-11-17 08:00:00

New Stonehill scholarship available to local residents

Diane and Peter Capodilupo, graduates of Stonehill College, have established an endowed scholarship to benefit Stonehill students from West Roxbury, Roslindale, Dedham and Hyde Park. The scholarship was awarded for the first time this fall to Emily O'Connor, an accounting major from Dedham. "Stonehi

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-17 21:26:36

Norwood Evening Garden Club to host fall events

The Norwood Evening Garden Club will host floral designer Bill Graham of Beautiful Things from 7 to 9 p.m. Nov. 28 at the Carriage House behind the First Baptist Church, 71 Bond St., Norwood. Graham will tell tales of his experiences in the flower business and design floral arrangements and interest

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-17 19:44:00

Former Corinth paper mill office gets on national registry

CORINTH, N.Y. >> This town in northeastern Saratoga County will celebrate Corinth's first building to be placed on the National Register of Historic Places. A celebration has been scheduled for 11 a.m. Saturday at 17 Pine St. to mark the former International Paper Company office building's inclusion

SARATOGIAN - 2017-11-16 05:00:00

Ivy Island, a crumbling oasis, is being restored

Ivy Island, a crumbling oasis, is being restored 1 / 82 Back to Gallery LAKE LUZERNE - Ivy Island is the tiny patch of ground, the lone island, on Lake Luzerne. With its stand of assorted pines, rising above the shimmering waters, the island is a picturesque and serene vision of Adirondack beauty th

TIMES UNION - 2017-11-17 13:50:43

PS COLUMN: Defending Fredette

A South Glens Falls High graduate took to the pages of his college paper recently to pen a defense of Glens Falls basketball star Jimmer Fredette. Josh Buser attends the University of Connecticut, and wrote a column for The Daily Campus defending the hometown hero's career to an audience that still

POST-STAR - 2017-11-17 21:00:00

Bicyclist ticketed after collision with car

QUEENSBURY -- A bicyclist was hurt and ticketed Thursday night when he rode a bike into the side of a car on Aviation Road, police said. Ryan J. Kiltz, 24, was heading east when he rode into the side of a 2016 Subaru driven by Elizabeth McGraw, 54, of Queensbury, according to the Warren County Sheri

POST-STAR - 2017-11-17 11:01:00