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Wylie cyclist killed in Murphy by suspected drunk driver

The Murphy Police Department is investigating an intoxication manslaughter case after the death of a bicyclist Thanksgiving Day. Murphy Police responded to a collision between an automobile and a bicycle in the 700 block of North Murphy Road at 2:37 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 23. The accident occurred in t

WYLIENEWS.COM - 2017-11-24 08:00:00

Arts festival, Christmas parade set Dec. 2

Wylie area residents are invited to fill their Christmas shopping lists early at the annual Wylie Arts Festival on Saturday, Dec. 2, and to stick around and enjoy the Festival of Lights Christmas Parade and community tree lighting. The arts festival features more than 150 arts and crafts vendors and


Arts and Humanities Commission 2018 Cultural Arts Grant

The Arts and Humanities Commission awards small grants to support the activities of Rowlett based cultural arts groups. Grants and award amounts are subject to the availability of funds. All groups applying for these grants must be non-profit organizations. It is not a requirement that the group be

STARLOCALMEDIA.COM - 2017-11-24 18:00:00

Senior living development goes before council

The purpose of the Rowlett Housing Finance Corporation is to provide a means to finance the cost of residential ownership and development that will provide decent, safe and sanitary housing at affordable prices for the residents of local governments. An affordable rental housing project for seniors

STARLOCALMEDIA.COM - 2017-11-24 11:00:00

North Texas Family Inspired by Hit Box Office Film

A movie in theaters right now about a child with a genetic defect is much more than just fiction for a North Texas family. The film "Wonder" chronicles the journey of a boy with Treacher Collins syndrome, a craniofacial birth defect that affects about one in 50,000 people. It's a real-life journey f

NBC DALLAS-FORT WORTH - 2017-11-24 06:07:49

Rockwall-Heath wins 'Pantry' title

Toyota of Rockwall General Manager Charles Pankey announces Rockwall-Heath High School as the winner of the "Pack the Pantry" food drive on Nov. 18. Brandon Volosen, Brooke Graves and Jacey Grand-Lienard accept a check on behalf of Rockwall-Heath High School who won the "Pack the Pantry" food drive.

ROCKWALLHERALDBANNER.COM - 2017-11-24 12:00:00

WEHS grad earns highest FFA degree

A graduate of Wylie East High School, Shyann Holley, received her American FFA degree at the 91st National FFA Convention and Expo held Oct. 28 in Indianapolis, Ind. The American FFA degree is the highest degree an active FFA member can earn. Holley is the first recipient for WEHS and the first reci


Public Safety Building options presented

Options to repair the Public Safety Building, closed since sustaining damage in the April 2016 hailstorm, and financial needs for the city of Wylie over the next decade were discussed in a pair of workshops conducted by the city council last week. The council met in regular session Tuesday, Nov. 14,


When giving thanks today, remember Mac's Toy Fund

Many of us will sit down to a dinner table groaning with platters of turkey, stuffing, and other favorite holiday fixings. We will give thanks for our many blessings before digging in, eating till we're stuffed, then crashing by the TV for a post dinner nap. But for hundreds of our neighbors, Thanks

REGISTER-HERALD - 2017-11-23 08:00:00

Mountain Valley Pipeline suing Fayette County Commissioners

Mountain Valley Pipeline LLC has filed suit against the three members of the Fayette County Commission, claiming their denial of a rezoning request will cause unreasonable delays, increased expenses and diminished revenue. The lawsuit, filed Nov. 17 in Charleston federal court, names Matthew D. Wend


Welcoming the new assistant prosecutor

Joined by a small group of friends and family, Brian Parsons took his oath of office Tuesday morning as Raleigh County's newest assistant prosecutor. Parsons, who previously served for 17 years as an assistant prosecutor in Fayette County, said he's excited to join the Raleigh County team. "There'


Man arrested after setting house on fire

A Raleigh County man was arrested Monday on multiple charges after his Lanark home burned. Bradley-Prosperity Assistant Fire Chief Bobby Palmer told The Register-Herald the incident stemmed from a quarrel between Ronald Morton Jr. and his wife. Palmer alleged that Morton intentionally set the home


Woman found inside vehicle in Coal River

Coal River Fire Department officials stumbled upon a vehicle with a woman inside of it in Coal River Tuesday evening, Raleigh County emergency dispatchers confirmed. Dispatchers said a call was never received about the incident; crews came upon it near Hilltop Court in Dameron around 6:10 p.m., bef


Family and food resonate in residents' Thanksgiving Day memories

As turkeys roast and the spicy aroma of pumpkin pie warms the air, thousands in the region will sip coffee and watch the broadcast of Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade today they prepare to celebrate Thanksgiving dinner with family and friends. Turkey and football, Black Friday planning and tryptophan-

REGISTER-HERALD - 2017-11-23 08:01:00

U.S. Army veterans recounts his experiences as a soldier in Berlin, Germany

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Black Friday shoppers pack the Mercer Mall, other area stores

BLUEFIELD - Shoppers rose early and headed for the stores Friday as that traditional step after Thanksgiving dinner, Black Friday shopping, got underway across the region. At the Mercer Mall, shoppers carrying multiple bags from various stores was a common sight Friday morning. Near the food court,

BLUEFIELD DAILY TELEGRAPH - 2017-11-24 16:49:00

Westford resident embarks on local book tour

Westford resident and Newton native Marcella Pixley will embark on a local book tour beginning in late November to promote her new young-adult novel "Ready To Fall." Pixley's is an eighth-grade teacher of Language Arts at the Carlisle Public Schools. This will be her third young-adult novel, follow

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-23 19:17:00

5 Things to do this week in Westford

1. Holiday Boutique: The week-long fundraising event to benefit the Cameron Senior Center, opens 9 a.m. Nov. 27 at 20 Pleasant St. Sponsored by Friends of the Cameron, volunteers have been preparing for months for this event, which runs daily from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. through Saturday, Dec. 2. Shoppers


Past grand marshals of the City of Lights Parade

Lowell Spinners owner Dave Heller follows in the long tradition of grand marshals at the City of Lights parade. 2016: Deb Belanger, Greater Merrimack Valley Convention and Visitor Bureaus 2015: Mill City Grows 2014: CMAA and the Cambodian Community of Lowell 2013: Merrimack Valley-area survivors

LOWELL SUN - 2017-11-23 11:35:35

Cameron Senior Center to host Holiday Boutique

The Holiday Boutique, a weeklong fundraising event to benefit the Cameron Senior Center, opens 9 a.m. Nov. 27 at 20 Pleasant St., Westford. Sponsored by Friends of the Cameron, volunteers have been preparing for months for this event, which runs daily from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. through Dec. 2. Shoppers

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-23 20:45:00