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New faces coming to Bennington police Two officers, K-9 team graduate programs

BENNINGTON - The police department will soon have three new members on the force. Two new recruits from the academy, as well as a Bennington officer and a K-9, graduated from their respective programs this week, according to Chief of Police Paul Doucette. Graduations from various Vermont Criminal J


Fire destroys part of a building in Millbury

A Saturday night fire inside a commercial building in Millbury destroyed the back of the building, but firefighters were able to save the front. Millbury firefighters were called to 9 Railroad Ave. around 11 p.m. for a report of a fire. The first arriving firefighters noticed the fire was well unde

MASSLIVE.COM - 2017-11-19 13:02:09

Local 5th grader wants Letters to Santa to help Make-A-Wish

HOOSICK FALLS, N.Y. (NEWS10) - A local fifth grader is asking for your letters to Santa to help support the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Luke Hoag was diagnosed with a brain tumor as a baby and was granted a wish when he was three years old. The Hoosick Falls Central School District says that Luke wants


Breakfast with The Eagle: A home-cooked breakfast with Jennifer Trainer Thompson

WILLIAMSTOWN - Jennifer Trainer Thompson doesn't have to visit a local market to buy ingredients for a hearty breakfast. At Hancock Shaker Village, the living history museum that Thompson leads as president and CEO, animals and plants commingle with the religious group's artifacts. Thompson also ra

BERKSHIRE EAGLE - 2017-11-17 20:09:29

Fall Foliage Festival leaf hunt winners announced

NORTH ADAMS - The Northern Berkshire Fall Foliage Festival Leaf Hunt Committee has announced the conclusion of this year's hunt. All winners and sponsors are thanked for their participation. Results are as follows: 1. Fifty-five years of spectacles?: 1962 Theatre, Williams College, by Annette Czarn


Terry Notary, center, in a scene from "The Square," at Images Cinema in Williamstown.

Swedish filmmaker Ruben Ostlund's last film, "Force Majeure," began with the rumble of an alpine avalanche and the wallop of a shattered self-image. When a swelling white tide appears headed straight for an outdoor cafe, a panicked father flees with his iPhone, but not his children or wife. Their r


'Like it was yesterday': Craig Frear's mother remembers the day he disappeared

"Life just loses it's shine." It's been 13 long years since Veronica Frear's son Craig disappeared in Scotia. "The day my son went missing, I can remember it like it was yesterday." Frear was last seen walking along these railroad tracks behind the Cambridge Manor Apartments back in June of 2004. "H

WRGB - 2017-11-17 22:11:53

Holiday wreaths to support Habitat for Humanity

DEERFIELD VALLEY- West River Habitat for Humanity will once again be conducting their annual holiday wreath sale fundraiser during which the community may purchase freshly made holiday wreaths. This year the wreaths are lush and beautiful, are 24 inches wide, decorated with a red bow and pinecones,

DEERFIELD VALLEY NEWS - 2017-11-18 08:00:00

Streetwise roundup: Roundabout planned for PP, third-generation business closes

In this week's Streetwise, we learn more about a road project in Kohler and say goodbye to a three-generation company closing after more than 50 years in business.Roundabout being added to Sheboygan County PP, road changing to two lanes KOHLER - Sheboygan County PP in Kohler will be reconstructed ne

SHEBOYGANPRESS.COM - 2017-11-18 13:24:39

Letters: I attended Wisconsin Downtown Summit held in Sheboygan

More than 90 city planning professionals from around state were in attendance On Tuesday, Oct. 25 and Wednesday, October 26, I attended the Wisconsin Downtown Summit held in Sheboygan and organized by the Wisconsin Downtown Action Council. More than 90 city planning professionals from around the sta

SHEBOYGANPRESS.COM - 2017-11-18 20:10:55

Guest view: My day at the U.S. Supreme Court for a gerrymandering case

About three years ago, a longtime political friend and mentor asked if I would be interested in joining a lawsuit to challenge the Wisconsin Assembly's 2011 redistricting plan. The lawyers thought that this plan represented an extreme gerrymander of the political map, so extreme that it was unconsti

SHEBOYGANPRESS.COM - 2017-11-18 20:13:37

Plymouth Arts Center Singers present "Colors of Christmas" concert

PLYMOUTH - The Plymouth Arts Center Singers under the direction of Barbara Zirwes-Nysse, Freddie Noordyk and Mary Fellenz will be presenting their annual Christmas Concert, "The Colors of Christmas." Two performances will be presented at the Plymouth Arts Center on Friday, December 8th and Saturday,

MYSHEBOYGAN.COM - 2017-11-18 23:47:08

Candy drive held in Random Lake

RANDOM LAKE - After trick or treating on Halloween, most kids are excited to sort through their candy and consume a few too many pieces. Random Lake 5th grade student, Brooke Keller, had different plans for her candy this year. While trick or treating with her mom, they began talking about the kids

MYSHEBOYGAN.COM - 2017-11-18 12:22:52

Ask Ken: Five ways to stay thankful this holiday

Thanksgiving is only a few days away and really is one of the few times of the year we take the time to think about our blessings. It is a great time to give thanks for our family, friends, our homes, our health, our community, our lifestyles and our freedoms. I am so thankful for all of you reader

SHEBOYGANPRESS.COM - 2017-11-18 15:47:58

Sheboygan Salvation Army Kicks Off 2017 Red Kettle Campaign

Salvation Army Red Kettle SHEBOYGAN, Wis. (WHBL) - The Salvation Army kicks off another Red Kettle Campaign with a major kickoff event at Festival Foods on South Taylor Drive. Abby Blok, Development Director for the Salvation Army, says that from 11-3, they'll be hosting a Free Chili Cook off, musi


Help bring free outdoor concerts back to Downtown Sheboygan

SHEBOYGAN - All it takes is your vote and Downtown Sheboygan will be one step closer to rocking again next summer. The John Michael Kohler Arts Center is again partnering with the City of Sheboygan and Sheboygan Squared to rally votes for a $25,000 Levitt AMP matching grant to support a series of 11


Tyler police veteran seeking to unearth Texas corruption launches Government Crime Stoppers

A team of law enforcement veterans on Thursday launched Government Crime Stoppers, an organization that offers up to $10,000 in cash rewards for tips that can put elected officials in a courtroom for bribery, influence peddling and sexual harassment. "We're looking for corrupt government officials,

LONGVIEW NEWS-JOURNAL - 2017-11-19 07:16:00

Suspect arrested on capital murder charge

UPSHUR COUNTY - According to Upshur County Jail records, Javarrious Troikimeyan Dixon, a 22-year-old Gilmer man, was arrested on a capital murder charge of a person under 10 years old on Friday. Dixon is being held on a five million dollar bond. UPSHUR COUNTY - According to Upshur County Jail recor

CBS19.TV - 2017-11-18 19:29:50

1 dead after Angelina County crash

ANGELINA COUNTY - Lesly Cortez-Ferninza, a 24-year-old Eagle Pass native, died after a two vehicle crash on US 59 near Clark's Ferry Road occurred Friday afternoon. A preliminary crash investigation indicates that Cortez-Ferninza was traveling north in a Ford passenger car on US 59 before the crash

CBS19.TV - 2017-11-19 17:58:46

'Michael Jackson Tribute Light Show' headlines at Liberty Hall

The two hour show will begin at 8:00 p.m. Danny Dash Andrews will be performing some of the pop artist's top hits. Guests can follow this link to purchase tickets. You can also buy tickets at the box office before the show starts. The two hour show will begin at 8:00 p.m. Danny Dash Andrews will b

CBS19.TV - 2017-11-19 14:25:36