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Where to get a free meal this Thanksgiving in Ogden

OGDEN - Volunteers have organized six upcoming free Thanksgiving meals for those in need in the community this year. They will take place at: Saturday, Nov. 18 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., Marshall White Center, 222 28th Street in Ogden. For information, call 801-629-8346. Sunday, Nov. 19 4:10 p.m., Ogden

OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER - 2017-11-17 13:15:00

North Ogden officials consider count to pinpoint scope of urban deer problem

NORTH OGDEN - Before launching an initiative to deal with the urban deer that prowl the backyards of North Ogden, eating homegrown fruits and veggies, officials here want to know whether, in fact, they have a problem. To that end, the North Ogden City Council on Wednesday directed Mayor Brent Taylor

OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER - 2017-11-16 13:00:00

After 8 years, Morgan's WIC program moves back to Ogden

MORGAN - In July, the Weber-Morgan Health Department vacated the portable classroom it had used as an office and clinic to administer the federally funded Women, Infants and Children (WIC) program that provides food and nutrition assistance to low-income moms with infants and children under five yea

OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER - 2017-11-17 13:15:00

Appreciating our Heroes: Veteran's Day

Appreciating our Heroes: Veteran's Day Tami L. Johnson Each year on November 11th, Americans young and old celebrate Veteran's Day by participating in parades, school celebrations, and listening to bands play national songs. U.S. flags proudly wave the red, white and blue from homes, buildings and f

SENTINELNEWS.NET - 2017-11-16 20:45:00

Ogden library overhaul nearing end, public opening not expected until March

OGDEN - The queries never seem to let up, says Weber County Library System Executive Director Lynnda Wangsgard. "People are calling and wondering when it will be open," she says. Her answer, though, probably isn't very satisfying. "It's still going to be a while," she tells them. The reconstruction


Photos: Davis High band gets marching orders before heading to Big Apple

Camille Jepsen and other members of the Davis High School marching band have their final rehearsal at the Kaysville school Wednesday for their performance in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. Following the rehearsal, members of the band loaded their equipment on a semitrailer bound for the Big App

DESERET NEWS - 2017-11-16 01:13:00

Man grateful for ride home on a rainy day

I was walking home from Winco in Roy. I was maybe halfway home, heading east on 6000 South. It was raining pretty hard. I stopped for a minute to take a drink from my water bottle. A guy in a truck rolled down his window and asked if I needed a ride home. I accepted his offer and directed him toward

OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER - 2017-11-17 00:43:00

City going into old Wonder Bread site, building likely to topple in spring

OGDEN - Progress is being made on an ambitious redevelopment plan at the site of the old Wonder Bread factory downtown. The Ogden City Council is considering an amendment to the fiscal 2018 city budget that would fund an asbestos removal project at the vacant Flowers Foods building on the northwest

OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER - 2017-11-17 13:15:00

REiMAGINE ROCKLAND has new vison for downtown area

A stroll downtown may provide a visitor some colorful murals to admire while going to a restaurant or shopping at a store under Reimagine Rockland, an initiative to encourage commercial growth by a group of businesses and town officials. Ed Baker ebaker@wickedlocal.com @EdBakerWeymouth Imagine stro

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-17 12:30:00

LOU VALANZOLA, Rockland: Let 'Rally for the Republic' take place without labeling

TO THE EDITOR: I implore Governor Baker and Mayor Marty Walsh to let the "Rally for the Republic" take place without inciting violence against those attending, as was the case in August. As Walsh stated, "We will do everything to keep hate out of our city." Then he loosely defined what "hate speech"

PATRIOT LEDGER - 2017-11-17 05:01:00

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

3 charged with drug distribution after separate Brockton raids at same home

Two separate narcotics investigations resulted in three arrests during simultaneous raids on Thursday. BROCKTON - Three people were charged with selling heroin and crack cocaine out of the same multi-family home following two separate investigations that concluded with a raid on Thursday morning, po

ENTERPRISE - 2017-11-16 14:47:26

MBTA copes with preventing accidents, rise in pedestrian deaths

Trains are a part of daily life in South Shore communities like Abington, which has more train crossings than any other town on the Plymouth/Middleborough MBTA line, and first repsonders are constantly adapting to the demands these railways place on their local departments. Between July 1 and Oct. 1

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-17 12:30:00

'No Hate - Choose Kind' a sign of the times

This weekend the feature film "Wonder" opens in theaters nationwide. Based on R.J. Palacio's wildly popular bestseller of the same name, the story follows the trials and tribulations of August "Auggie" Pullman, a 10-year-old boy with a severe facial deformity. Auggie, who has been home schooled his

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-17 12:01:00

Ticket to Write: Sonoran Desert garden a botanical wonder

The landscapes of central and southern Arizona offer a beauty that's almost surreal, especially to visitors from cooler, wetter climes Despite - or perhaps because of - the hot, dry weather, the region is the site of many botanical attractions. One of the best is the Desert Botanical Garden in Phoen

WICKED LOCAL - 2017-11-17 07:01:00

Framingham man stole running pizza delivery car in Brockton, say police

A 45-year-old man is charged with stealing a car outside a city hospital. BROCKTON - A Framingham man stole food from a city hospital, then got into a running vehicle and drove off Wednesday afternoon, police said. Officer Christoper Deiuliis was on patrol in the area of Signature Healthcare Brockto

ENTERPRISE - 2017-11-16 19:34:56

Drugs and gun found during search of Jersey City home, cops say

JERSEY CITY -- Police made several arrests and seized cocaine, heroin and a handgun while executing a search warrant in Jersey City on Monday. Officers executing the warrant at 554 Garfield Ave. heard loud movement after knocking on the door of a second-floor door. Fearing evidence was being destroy

NJ.COM - 2017-11-17 15:29:35

Queens Forum Publisher Indicted On Three Counts

Pat Adams, publisher of The Forum newspaper in Howard Beach, has been indicted on one count of obstruction of justice and three counts of tampering with a witness and could face up to 20 years in prison, according to the U.S. Attorney's office for New York's Eastern District Adams was initially arre

QUEENSTRIBUNE.COM - 2017-11-17 18:44:27

Brooklyn murder suspects caught in S.C. return for trial

Anthony Alexander, who was also caught hiding out in South Carolina after the murders, was brought back to Brooklyn this week.(Sam Costanza/for New York Daily News) Men wanted in the murders of two innocent Brooklyn mothers returned to the borough in handcuffs Thursday to face justice for the killi

NY DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-17 07:37:02

Men arrested in fatal shooting of two Brooklyn mothers to appear in court

DOWNTOWN BROOKLYN - The two men arrested for a fatal shooting that left two Brooklyn moms dead are scheduled to appear in court Friday. Anthony Alexander, 18, and Nazir Saunders, 20, allegedly gunned down Chynna Battle, 21, and Shaqwanda Staley, 29, while aiming for someone else at the barbecue. The

PIX11.COM - 2017-11-17 12:25:19