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School District saving money on energy costs

birdman@tmcvoice.com Last year's major overhaul of McCreary school facilities has proven to be a major savings in overall energy costs for the District. At Thursday night's meeting of the McCreary County Board of Education a presentation by Adam Pierce from CMTA Energy Solutions showed the Board h


Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for Jones Home & Farm Center

Photo by Eugenia Jones The McCreary County Chamber of Commerce recently hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for Jones Home & Farm Center formerly Dolen's Furniture and Appliances in Whitley City. With Matt Jones owning the property and Chad Jones as company owner, the store offers a complete line of M


Historical figures come to life

Mrs. Barbara Thomas' 6 th Grade class from Whitley City Elementary presented a wax museum of historical figures last Friday. The sixth graders were challenged to research their chosen character, develop their character's costume, create the back drop for their character, and write and present a scri


Three arrested on drug charges

birdman@tmcvoice.com Three individuals were arrested on trafficking charges early Sunday morning at Parkland Motel after authorities were searching for a wanted suspect. According to McCreary County Sheriff Randy Waters officers went to the motel after receiving information that William R. Cross, 3


It Pays to Shop Local

"Shop Local" event supports local economy by showcasing unique local businesses By Eugenia Jones eugenia@highland.net Want to find unique merchandise at a great price? Want to discover new local businesses? Want to support our neighbors and our local economy? If so, make plans now to be at the M


Health Dept. hosting free Naloxone giveaway, training on Dec. 1

Whitley County residents can receive free Naloxone and training on how and when to use it during a program that will be offered at the Whitley County Health Department next month. Public Health Director Martha Steele told the Whitley County Board of Health during its quarterly meeting Monday that th


Kids in Whitley lag behind state in key health areas

A state organization dedicated to improving child well-being across the Commonwealth has released data indicating the state of children in five areas that can impact their lives and the trends in each county and statewide. The data shows Whitley County lagging behind state averages in three key inco


Cumberlands collects 28,874 pounds of food for community

Members of various University of the Cumberlands athletic teams load up a truck with the 28,874 pounds of food they collected for the community. Members of various University of the Cumberlands athletic teams load up a truck with the 28,874 pounds of food they collected for the community.Photo Submi


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

Ed is still Young at heart

Fifty years later, the offensive lineman's varsity jacket still fits as he's inducted into the inaugural class of the Mineola Hall of Fame. Ed Young, center for the Rutgers Cup-winning 1967 Mineola football team, wears his high school football jacket as takes the field during a halftime ceremony ho

NEWSDAY - 2017-11-25 05:20:00

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


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


Marketing wholesome foods at good value

Under VAAD of Five Towns 1274 Peninsula Blvd., Hewlett (516) 837-8377 Residents of the Five Towns and surrounding South Shore communities have been known to travel to Brooklyn and Queens for affordable pricing on healthy kosher groceries. Keneret Fresh Market, which opened in Hewlett in September, p


SKA students inducted into honor society

Nearly 50 Stella K. Abraham High School for Girls senior and juniors were inducted into the Re'ut Chapter of the National Honor Society at a ceremony held in the auditorium of the Hewlett Bay Park school on Nov. 1. Students earned the honor based on their scholarship, leadership abilities, character


Valley Stream Historical Society: The Lodge

According to the Nassau County Land Records, this building dates back to 1880. It is not the oldest structure in Valley Stream - that distinction belongs to a homestead in Gibson (which will be discussed in a future article), but its history makes it a Valley Stream gem. In the late 1850s, Joseph Ro


Knoxville man injured in Thanksgiving Day drive by shooting

A 21-year-old man was taken to the University of Tennessee Medical Center Thursday morning after being injured in a drive by shooting on Lay Avenue, police said. Mikhail Gadson was shot in the leg outside his home in the 3300 block around 11:45 a.m., said Sgt. Jason Keck of the Knoxville Police Depa

KNOXVILLE NEWS SENTINEL - 2017-11-23 17:54:07

2 West Knoxville restaurants earn low health inspection scores

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WATE) - This week's lowest-scoring restaurant had a number of violations that will require a follow-up inspection. East Japanese Restaurant in Farragut failed their health inspection with a score of 68; anything below a 70 is considered unsanitary. During his visit, the inspector c

WATE - 2017-11-23 21:00:00

FBI searches for suspect following robbery of East Knoxville bank

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) -- The FBI's Safe Streets Task Force is looking for a suspect in a bank robbery that occurred in East Knoxville Friday evening. Just before 6 p.m. on Friday, a male suspect entered the Strawberry Plain's branch of the Citizen's National Bank with a handgun. The suspect jump

LOCAL8NOW.COM - 2017-11-25 05:49:00

KPD responds to possible shooting in East Knoxville

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (WVLT) -- Knoxville Police are responding to a possible shooting in East Knoxville. Dispatch said police are responded to the call at 3348 Lay Avenue at 11:48 a.m. No word on injuries or any suspects yet. A Local 8 News crew is on the way to the scene. We'll continue to update as

LOCAL8NOW.COM - 2017-11-23 19:56:00