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Dog Ridge Water Supply in Belton issues boil water notice

BELTON -- The Dog Ridge Water Supply Corp. experienced a loss of water pressure on Thursday, prompting the supplier to issue a boil water notice for customers. According to a boil water notice on the dogridgewsc.com website, pressure was lost "in the area of Hwy 190 and Airdale, on the north side of

TEMPLE DAILY TELEGRAM - 2017-11-24 18:12:00

What the Belton Journal is thankful for, 2017 edition

David Tuma, Publisher I have always said Belton is just an awesome place to live. It is the reason I have stayed here all these year. Watching people get out and support Al Maxwell was heart warming. Right or wrong, he got support. BISD has benefited so much for being associated with Belton residen

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Belton City Council moves forward on annexing 3 areas

BELTON - Belton Independent School District's 109-acre tract along Loop 121 sits heavily on this rapidly growing Central Texas city's future. The land was referenced several times Tuesday evening during the Belton City Council's two-and-half hour deliberation on how to move forward with the city's p

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Texas trooper killed during traffic stop; suspect in custody

FAIRFIELD (AP) - A man suspected of killing a Texas state trooper during a traffic stop was taken into custody more than 100 miles away, authorities said Thursday night. The Harris County Sheriff's Office announced on Twitter that the suspect was apprehended in neighboring Waller County. The Texas D

TEMPLE DAILY TELEGRAM - 2017-11-24 03:50:00

Funeral money allegedly denied for Killeen shooting victim

KILLEEN - The family of shooting victim Curtis Shelley is outraged and turning to the community for help after they say the state will no longer help cover funeral expenses. Shelley was allegedly shot by his neighbor during an argument nearly two weeks ago. Shelley's family says the state run Crime

KCEN TV NBC 6 - 2017-11-23 17:53:41

I-35 rest stop Thanksgiving meal a surprise for travelers

SALADO - All Marcos Aguilar expected when he stopped at the southbound Bell County Safety Rest Area was a place to stretch his legs and take a break from his journey to San Marcos from Fort Worth. "You know what we just needed to pull over to go to the bathroom," Aguilar said. Instead, Aguilar learn

TEMPLE DAILY TELEGRAM - 2017-11-24 05:13:00

Sharing American traditions with foreign exchange students

BELTON - Currently, I host two exchange students - one from Italy and one from China. I never could have imagined how fun and enriching their addition to our family would be. I am looking forward to sharing our American traditions with them. Tonia - her Chinese name is Xingyu Liu (no relation to Ros

TEMPLE DAILY TELEGRAM - 2017-11-24 05:42:00

Feed My Sheep Ministries provides Thanksgiving Meal for the Homeless

TEMPLE - On Thanksgiving day, many organizations and volunteers did their part to make sure no family went hungry. Homeless people throughout Temple lined up at Feed My Sheep ministries for a warm meal. For many people like Red and his dog Oso, places like Feed My Sheep is a blessing. "I'm just her

KCEN TV NBC 6 - 2017-11-24 00:34:07

Rehoboth police arrest Taunton man for OUI

By: News Staff Email: news@abc6.com Twitter: @abc6.com REHOBOTH, Mass. (WLNE) - A Taunton man arrested overnight in Rehoboth is facing OUI charges. Rehoboth police responded to a report of an erratic driver on Winthrop Street at approximately 8:15 p.m. Thursday. Police arrested 40-year-old Jason Wel

ABC6.COM - 2017-11-24 14:07:00

Taunton Lodge No. 150 Elks and Elk Riders create food baskets for veterans

TAUNTON - Great job by Lodge Trustee and Veterans Food Basket Chairperson Maria Bilodeau, who organized this once again and wrote for the Elks National Foundation Freedom Grand, along with the many donations she collected. Thanks to all who donated items and who came out and helped pack the baskets

HERALD NEWS - 2017-11-24 18:16:59

Taunton and Raynham Junior Woman's Club welcomes new members

TAUNTON - A new season begins, and the GFWC Taunton and Raynham Junior Woman's Club installed two new members at its October business meeting: Susan Johnson of Norton and Kathi Voller of Raynham. The club is always looking for women who are interested in making a difference in their community, enhan

TAUNTON GAZETTE - 2017-11-24 18:14:18

Taunton City Council nixes contract renewal of building superintendent

TAUNTON - Wayne Walkden is out of a job. But he says he won't go down without a fight. "I will use every avenue at my disposal to restore my reputation," said the former head of the Building Department, after the City Council Tuesday night voted 6-9 to deny him renewal of his standard 3-year contrac

TAUNTON GAZETTE - 2017-11-22 22:37:21

Our Lady of Lourdes in Taunton fills 62 grocery bags for holiday food drive

TAUNTON - The students at Our Lady of Lourdes elementary school in Taunton decorated and filled 62 grocery bags and two boxes of food to donate to Coyle & Cassidy's food pantry as part of its annual food drive to provide dinners for local families during the holiday season. On Wednesday morning, Nov

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Average Taunton property tax bill to go up $236

TAUNTON - The Taunton City Council voted Tuesday night on a tax rate for the upcoming fiscal year that will be most favorable to residential property owners. It was the sixth year in a row the council opted for the maximum-allowed shift that proportionally favors residential over commercial owners.

TAUNTON GAZETTE - 2017-11-22 21:17:50

Taunton Mobil robbed for second time in past two months

TAUNTON -- Monday morning's knife-point robbery of a Route 140 gas station was the second time in less than two months the Taunton business was targeted for armed robbery, police said. Police responded shortly before 2 a.m. to a 911 call from a a clerk at the Mobil station and car wash located at 10

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Fall River, New Bedford police team up on drug bust

FALL RIVER - Working with the Fall River Police Department, New Bedford Police Department's Narcotics Division siezied more than 25 grams of crack cocaine, four pounds of marijuana and nearly $3,000 Wednesday, according to police. Just prior to 1 p.m. the two units executed a search warrant at 47 St

SOUTH COAST TODAY - 2017-11-23 21:19:46

Firefighters extinguish house fire in Gulfport

Gulfport firefighters extinguished a fire Friday afternoon at a home on Reservation Drive. The extent of the damage is not known, but smoke could be seen pouring from the attic. Luckily, it appears no people or pets were home at the time of the fire. WLOX News has a crew at the scene and we'll post

WLOX - 2017-11-24 18:48:34

Gulfport is headed to the big screen

You might have noticed cameras and production crews filming around Gulfport this past weekend. That's because the City of Gulfport will soon be featured in a commercial that will air during a college football bowl game. The purpose is to show off the charm of southern cities and Gulfport was chosen

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Neighbors speak out after deputy shooting in Gulfport

Harrison County authorities have yet to identify the person killed in a deputy-involved shooting last night. According to the Harrison County sheriff, a deputy shot an armed suspect in a Gulfport neighborhood who later died in the hospital. It's not uncommon to see children playing or riding their

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Workers busy preparing for Gulfport Harbor Lights Winter Festival

Wednesday was a busy day for crews out putting the finishing touches on the 3rd Annual Gulfport Harbor Winter Lights Festival at Jones Park. The event has brought in thousands since it began three years ago. Organizers promise even more enchantment with a few additions to the big event. Full prepara

WLOX - 2017-11-23 03:30:02