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submitted photoStephen Vestal, general manager of Joe's Italian Grill restaurants in Cleveland and Coldspring, and Melissa Taylor, manager of Joe's in Coldspring, have committed to an ongoing fundraiser for the library in Coldspring by committing 10 percent of the restaurant's take from patrons of t

HUNTSVILLE ITEM - 2017-09-20 11:00:00

On the go: Sip & Sneak Peek

Sip & Sneak Peek Neighborhood night out with local craft brews, street performances, vendors and a sneak preview of the 7th annual Houston Halloween Festival. When: 5 p.m. Thursday Where: 19th between Shepherd and Yale Information: 19thstreetheights.com Houston Artists for Harvey Relief Benefit Hou

HOUSTON CHRONICLE - 2017-09-20 16:03:00

Trump's lawyer to publicly testify in Senate next month

WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump's lawyer will return to Capitol Hill for a public hearing next month after the Senate intelligence committee abruptly canceled a closed-door staff interview Tuesday morning. Committee leaders said they called off the interview after Michael Cohen sent a publi

KTRE - 2017-09-19 14:12:23

Shepherd ag teachers leading successful program

Shepherd High School offers many programs and opportunities for its 595 students. Nevertheless, its Agricultural Science Department and FFA chapter is one of its crowning jewels. Since its start in 1936, this program has grown from a one teacher department with a handful of members to five teachers

HOUSTON CHRONICLE - 2017-09-18 21:12:00

How the Astros can secure home field advantage

Demetrio Teniente Published 8:53 pm, Wednesday, September 20, 2017 The Astros secured their first division title in 16 years with a 7-1 win over the Seattle Mariners on Sunday. While that was cause enough for celebration, the season isn't over and there are still plenty of prizes left up for grabs

HOUSTON CHRONICLE - 2017-09-20 22:34:00

Treat Street moving to Cleveland Civic Center

Treat Street -- one of the most anticipated annual events in Cleveland -- is coming Halloween night, Oct. 31, from 6 - 8 p.m. Due to overwhelming participation from the community, this year's event has been moved from E. Crockett St. to the Cleveland Civic Center, 210 Peach St. Organizers with the U

HOUSTON CHRONICLE - 2017-09-21 00:23:00

Cleveland asks FBI for help in solving city homicides

CLEVELAND (AP) - Cleveland has asked the FBI for help in reducing the number of unsolved homicides. Police Chief Calvin Williams on Tuesday announced the formation of a homicide review task force that will include FBI agents and Cuyahoga (ky-uh-HOH'-guh) County sheriff's deputies. CLEVELAND (AP) - C

FORT BEND HERALD - 2017-09-20 19:18:00

Video: No injuries reported from Valero refinery fire

Liz Teitz and Rye Druzin Updated 3:27 pm, Tuesday, September 19, 2017 Video: No injuries reported from Valero refinery fire 1 / 22 Back to Gallery UPDATE: The shelter-in-place has been lifted. Valero spokeswoman Barbara Phillips said in a statement that the fire, which started at about 11:50 a.m.,

HOUSTON CHRONICLE - 2017-09-19 17:08:00

Tuesday's First Warning Forecast: Wind, flooding, and rain from Jose

***Coastal Flood Advisory for most of the Southside, Peninsula, Middle Peninsula, Eastern Shore, and Outer Banks today and tonight. Minor level flooding is expected during times of high tide.*** ***High Surf Advisory for Virginia Beach, Currituck, Dare, Accomack, and Northampton through this afterno

WTKR - 2017-09-19 10:06:54

Finding the right fit for office space takes time

After nearly two years as Albemarle Life editor, I've finally figured out how to decorate my cubicle. When I was a reporter for Camden and Currituck counties, I pinned up two giant maps of the massive territory I covered. One of my goals was to travel every single road on those maps, which I did not

DAILY ADVANCE - 2017-09-20 07:00:00

EC police investigating after officer's firearm discharges, strikes him

Elizabeth City police are conducting an internal investigation to find out why an officer's firearm discharged and struck him while he was inside the police department Tuesday. Officer Lamont Butts was treated and released from Sentara Albemarle Medical Center after sustaining an injury to his lower

DAILY ADVANCE - 2017-09-19 07:00:00

Suspect arrested in Mall jewelry kiosk theft

A 50-year-old Elizabeth City man with a prior record is behind bars for allegedly committing felony larceny of a kiosk-based jewelry business at Southgate Mall late last week, authorities said. Lionel Lee Johnson, of the 300 block of Speed St., was arrested on Monday, in connection with an incident

DAILY ADVANCE - 2017-09-18 23:59:59

Davis, Parker make their cases for mayor

Elizabeth City's mayoral candidates touted their lifetimes of community service and their abilities to unite the city during Tuesday night's forum co-sponsored by The Daily Advance. "Yes, I have spent my entire adult life being a public servant," said Pasquotank County Commissioner Bettie Parker, wh

DAILY ADVANCE - 2017-09-19 23:59:59

Utility bills dominate town hall

Utility issues dominated another town hall meeting with the Elizabeth City City Council on Monday night, as citizens - and several candidates for office - blasted the council and City Manager Rich Olson for their handling of the city's billing problems. Monday's meeting is the second town hall the c

DAILY ADVANCE - 2017-09-19 23:59:59

ECSU preps for 'Promise' students

Elizabeth City State University is overhauling its enrollment management system in anticipation of a surge of new students next year as the N.C. Promise tuition discount is rolled out. N.C. Promise will offer in-state tuition of $500 a semester -- the General Assembly indicated it wanted the univers

DAILY ADVANCE - 2017-09-19 04:22:58

Start can be tricky in Moth races

Racers have to time their arrival at the starting line just right to get a jump on competitors at the Moth Boat Nationals Regatta at Elizabeth City's Waterfront. When the gun sounds, sailors have five minutes to reach the dotted line. Cross the line too soon, and a boater has to start over at the ba

DAILY ADVANCE - 2017-09-18 04:40:30

Chesapeake woman killed while walking on Currituck back road

POWELLS POINT, N.C. A Chesapeake woman was killed late Saturday by a passing car as she walked along a Currituck County back road. Charles Nathaniel Baum, 22, of Jarvisburg, was charged with driving while impaired and felony death by vehicle after he struck Lindsey Anne Parsons, 29, of Chesapeake at

PILOTONLINE.COM - 2017-09-18 13:10:00

H&M to open new store at Greenbrier Mall

H&M plans to open a new store in Chesapeake at the Greenbrier Mall at noon on Sept. 28. The store will have approximately 22,000-square-feet of space, employ about 20 people, and joins 15 other Virginia locations. "H&M has experienced a warm welcome from customers and fans in Virginia and is happy t

PILOTONLINE.COM - 2017-09-20 18:55:00

In the Kitchen: Chicken Parmesan

PORTSMOUTH, Va. (WAVY) - It is considered a staple in any Italian kitchen, and today chef Vinny Fabbrizi shows us how he makes his signature chicken parmesan. He also has ideas on how you can save yourself time by cooking ahead. Andrea's Pizzeria 940 Cedar Road Chesapeake (757) 482-4600 AndreasCh

WAVY NEWS 10 - 2017-09-20 17:30:58

"The more beer we drank, the better the idea became": Beach sailors remember Low Rent Regatta

Low Rent Regatta memories hit the high-water mark during their recent wake, or reunion, 20 years after the popular event went hulls up. Held at Bouy 44 on Sept. 9, it brought together players from the Labor Day sailing event at Chic's Beach that ran from 1978 to 1998. "I wouldn't have believed you b

PILOTONLINE.COM - 2017-09-20 18:00:00