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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


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Bethlehem Restaurant and Grocery co-owner Imad Qendah (right) takes an empty plate from Rodrick Thompson of Roanoke (left) during a free Thanksgiving meal gathering on Thursday, Nov. 23, 2017 in a building next to the restaurant. Cutter Abdullah of Rustburg (center) also attended the meal. Thompson,

ROANOKE TIMES - 2017-11-24 05:00:00

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

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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

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

Students compete in water tower competition

All Griffin-Spalding middle school students were invited to build a working model water tower and then compete against each other as individuals or as teams as part of the Georgia Association of Water Professionals Model Water Tower Competition. The competition was held by the city of Griffin's Wate

GRIFFIN DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-24 06:00:00

Pirates face #1 Cedar Grove tonight

The Pike County Pirates (9-3) travel to Buck Godfrey Stadium in Decatur tonight to take on the Cedar Grove Saints (12-0). Cedar Grove is ranked #1, undefeated and the reigning state champion. Kickoff is set for 7 p.m. The Saints are favored by 25, according to Georgia High School Football Daily.

PIKECOUNTYGEORGIA.COM - 2017-11-24 21:25:16

The Second Amendment in history

With each mass shooting, discussion centers on the Second Amendment and the right to bear arms. Commentators opine people have a right to defend themselves and the assumption is "against criminals." In the practicable this may be true, but the reasoning behind the Second Amendment is more pointed.

NEWNAN TIMES-HERALD - 2017-11-24 16:06:00

Henry collects donations for Christmas toy shop with 'Fill the Bus' campaign

McDONOUGH - Toys donated during the county's "Fill the Bus" campaign will go toward making Christmas for more than 850 Henry County children a little brighter. The donations will stock the shelves at the Community Cares Toy Shop, where families in need will be invited Dec. 7 and 8 to select their ch


Southern Rivers awards local teachers

Southern Rivers Energy (SRE) and the Southern Rivers Energy Trust, Inc. awarded a total of $14,929.14 to area teachers to fund innovative lesson plans for students. Members of the Bright Ideas Brigade from Southern Rivers Energy surprised the winning teachers in their classrooms with flowers, big ch

GRIFFIN DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-23 06:00:00

Fayette, Coweta report improved college, career readiness scores over '16

Data from the College and Career Ready Performance Index (CCRPI) released by the Georgia Department of Education, and based on data from the 2016-2017 academic year, showed score increases in school levels in the school systems in Fayette and Coweta counties. Fayette school system spokesperson Melin

THE CITIZEN ONLINE - 2017-11-23 12:17:03

27th annual Toy Run is Nov. 25

The Windwalkers Motorcycle Club will hold its 27th annual Toy Run this Saturday. The ride and toys collected benefit the Salvation Army and needy children in the Griffin area. Cost to ride is donation of one new, unwrapped toy worth at least $10 or $10 per rider to participate in Griffin's oldest an


Hampton Street property near McDonough Square to be transformed into parking lot

McDONOUGH- McDonough officials are taking measures to address limited parking around the McDonough Square. During the Monday City Council meeting, officials voted to purchase property at 41 Hampton St. in order to transform the property into a parking lot. The vacant property, located one block west

HENRY COUNTY DAILY HERALD - 2017-11-23 19:17:00

Black Friday brings shoppers to downtown Baraboo

National mega-retailers drive Black Friday, but the day after Thanksgiving is just as critical to Baraboo's independent merchants. Downtown retailers promoted morning sales to generate traffic, bringing hundreds of shoppers to stores around the square. Spa Serenity owner Lacey Steffes said Friday wa

WISCNEWS.COM - 2017-11-24 23:07:00

Baraboo fortunate to have first-class care at St. Clare

I am in my 90s, with rheumatic joints. I use walkers to get around, and still drive on short trips. In August I broke an arm. Breaking my arm prevented me from maintaining this level mobility. After a few days in St. Clare Hospital for treatment I was transferred to St. Clare Meadows Care Center, re

WISCNEWS.COM - 2017-11-24 17:08:00

Baraboo PD searches for missing man

SAUK COUNTY, Wis. (WMTV)--- Authorities are searching for a missing/endangered man. The Baraboo Police Department said David Schuler was last seen by his care giver around 1:00 p.m. on Wednesday. Schuler may be wearing a navy blue coat. He doesn't not have access to a vehicle. Please call Baraboo P


Baraboo pop-up shops open for holiday shopping

In June, WMTV first shared about downtown Baraboo's pop-up shop initiative. It is an effort from the Baraboo Business Improvement District to encourage local entrepreneurs to launch their businesses and give shoppers some fresh options this holiday season. Wolfgang Calnin with Urbanwood Studio was

NBC15.COM - 2017-11-23 06:15:00