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Food banks and charities in need of donations

RALEIGH, NC — Our state’s food charities face challenges providing meals to those in need, especially during the holidays. What do you want to know Our state’s food charities face challenges providing meals to those in need, especially during the holidays In our state, more than one million people face …

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Committee Updates MAGIC Fund Guidelines | News, Sports, Jobs

Revised MAGIC Fund guidelines are expected to be submitted to Minot City Council for consideration next month. An ad hoc committee tasked with updating the guidelines – last amended four years ago – completed its task on Monday. The draft product will undergo a legal review before being …

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Neighbors Helping Neighbors celebrates 5th anniversary – Newton Daily News

Neighbors Helping Neighbors (NHN) held its first free laundry event on November 13, 2017. It started with a group of individuals from several Newton churches seeking to make a difference. The volunteers began by meeting at local laundromats twice a month to pay for laundry for everyone who came during …

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Local News: Merrill Library Expands Resources (11/11/22)

(Sentinel Photo by Sarah LaBrune-Jongeling) Teresa Peters, Hinton City Clerk, Nadine Binneboese and Carol Lang review free books that have been donated by Merrill Library to Hinton residents. MERRILL — Merrill Library extends its services to communities that pay dues to use library resources. The City of Hinton has a …

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Coronavirus: daily average of 51 cases in Erie County

(WJET/WFXP/YourErie.com) – The Erie County Health Department is reporting a daily average of 51 cases of COVID-19, out of 720 total cases, from October 24 through November 6. The county reported no new deaths, meaning the total number of COVID deaths remains at 160 for 2022. Among the total number …

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Unionville Junior Grace Li Wins PIAA 3A State Singles Title – PA Prep Live

Unionville High School junior Grace Li ended an undefeated women’s tennis season by winning the PIAA 3A singles tournament title on Saturday afternoon at the Hershey Racquet Club.Li won all four of her tournament matches in straight sets. In the championship final, she beat Council Rock South junior Dasha Chichkina, …

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China’s COVID cases highest since August, Beijing vows to stay the course

BEIJING, Nov 3 (Reuters) – China’s COVID-19 cases hit their highest level in two and a half months on Thursday after the health authority stuck to its strict lockdown policy, dampening hopes for investors of an easing of the brakes which are hitting the world’s second-largest economy. Dejected Chinese stocks …

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The Agenda: At local government this week

downtown Wilmington (Port City Daily/Alexandria Sands) SOUTHEASTERN NC – Every Monday, Port City Daily will share upcoming government meetings in the Tri-County area. If there is an element of public interest, we will also include it under the meeting indicated. Monday October 31 Wilmington City Council will hold an agenda …

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More questions than answers about the cancellation of OutFest – Daily Local

Me, as a West Chester taxpayer and Daily local news as an honest news organization that strives for integrity in seeking the truth, it needs answers to the same question: why did the chairman of West Chester Borough Council lie or misrepresent the truth in claiming that there were several …

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Construction of East Coventry agricultural waste pit delayed

EAST COVENTRY – The Lititz-based company which plans to build a waste pit on a farm off Bethel Church Road has indefinitely delayed the project and pulled out of a community meeting scheduled for Monday after being harassed and threatened by residents, according to a letter sent to the township. …

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Great Fish nets over $5 million for local nonprofits

The Whitefish Community Foundation awarded more than $5 million to 70 Flathead Valley nonprofits at the Great Fish Awards celebration Monday night. The total amount awarded included $4,254,259 donated by 2,730 donors over the six-week Great Fish Community Challenge, plus $808,405 from the Great Fish Match Fund. The Great Fish …

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Tigerhawks finish 1-1 in SICL Bronze Quad – Newton Daily News

NORTH ENGLISH — The Colfax-Mingo volleyball team reached the South Iowa Cedar League Bronze Quad championship game on Thursday, but the Tigerhawks fell to host English Valleys in their final game. Colfax-Mingo beat Tri-County 23-25, 25-12, 15-9 in the first round before English Valleys secured a 25-23, 25-17, 20-25, 21-25, …

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Bellingham newspaper shows why Congress should help save local news

Almost a year after launching in Bellingham, a rambling news startup is making a difference, informing voters and holding officials accountable. Cascadia Daily News, which publishes a weekly newspaper and daily report online, now has 10 staff, plus freelancers and freelancers, editor Ron Judd said. His reports contributed to the …

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New Report Shows Importance of Public Radio in Rural America

Press release | Rural Public Media Alliance The Rural Public Media Alliance has released a first look at the role and impact of public radio in rural America today. The report, “Connecting America: The Essential Service of Rural Public Radio,” is drawn from the 2022 Rural Public Media Survey, which …

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Local news tracking

🙏 I can’t say it too often: thank you for helping us build something amazing. As the news industry continues to be shaped by a myriad of economic and cultural challenges, we know there is a desire for non-sensational news that fits into our crazy schedules and modern lifestyles. By …

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Keith vs. Kordalis for Montgomery County Auditor

Current job: Montgomery County Auditor Why are you seeking an elective mandate: I have over 30 years of experience in the auditor’s office, including two decades as county auditor. During this time, I led many initiatives that improved county services and increased access for our residents. The Office of the …

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Getting ready for UPtoberfest | News, Sports, Jobs

Ilsa Minor | Daily Press Hank Cota, Mitch Cryderman, Ray Gouin and Issac Tyson make adjustments to one of the edges of the 40ft by 80ft tent that will form the center of this weekend’s UPtoberfest activity at Ludington Park on Tuesday. In the end, the Stenberg …

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Weir High rolls to comeback win | News, Sports, Jobs

Andrew Grimm ROOM TO RUN — Weir High’s Jamari Hubbard-Bass finds a free space on his way to the end zone for a 27-yard touchdown run in Friday’s win over Richard Wright at Jimmy Carey Stadium. WEIRTON — Weir High accomplished three important things Friday night …

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West Chester East sweep rival Henderson at Ches-Mont women’s volleyball

West Chester East senior (9) Katelyn Kernicky and junior (2) Izzy Byrnes collide covering a shot by West Chester Henderson in the first game. The Vikings took a 3-0 victory. (PETE BANNAN-DAILY LOCAL NEWS) West Chester >> After West Chester East’s 3-0 victory over a strong West Chester Henderson women’s …

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Bobcats beat Badgers 50-6 at home | News, Sports, Jobs

FLORENCE — The Florence Bobcats scored 50 points in the first half to claim a 50-6 win over the visiting Niagara Badgers in an 8-man hometown college football rivalry renewed Friday at Robert Landry Field in Florence. Running backs Logan Schuls and Evan Johnson filled Florence’s stat sheet, …

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Esky remains undefeated | News, Sports, Jobs

ESCANABA – Score another Great Northern Conference volleyball victory for the Escanaba Eskymos. The Eskymos moved to 6-0 in the league here Thursday night in a 3-0 (25-18, 25-13, 25-19) triumph over the Marquette Redettes. “It’s a big win for us” said Esky’s coach Adam Lambert. “The girls …

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The Coatesville Invitational Vintage Grand Prix brings out the community

COATESVILLE — People came together to enjoy and celebrate the town on Saturday at the sixth annual Coatesville Invitational Vintage Grand Prix. From the cheerleaders of the Coatesville Middle School Raiders to the first Soap Box Derby and some 20 local vendors, the event offered festivities for all as vintage …

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Water Rate Increase in Follansbee Sparks Questions and Complaints | News, Sports, Jobs

HEARING HELD – Jack Rohrabaugh was among residents who raised concerns about a Follansbee water rate hike at a public hearing held Monday ahead of a second reading for the rate hike. –Warren Scott FOLLANSBEE — A public hearing Monday into a city water rate hike …

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A unique boutique full of wonder – Newton Daily News

Elm St. Oddities and Collectibles is not the ordinary store. But if you love classic horror movies, the latest superhero movies, junk or a unique gift, a stop in Colfax is the place to go. Now open at 116 N. Walnut St., Elm St. recently held a groundbreaking ceremony, inviting …

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New abortion laws jeopardize cancer treatment for pregnant patients

Charlotte Hoff As abortion bans take effect in a contiguous part of the South, cancer doctors are wondering how new state laws will influence their discussions with pregnant patients about the treatment options they can offer. Cancer occurs in approximately 1 in 1,000 pregnancies, most commonly breast cancer, melanoma, cervical …

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Patti LaBelle performs a benefit concert for the new Kennett Library and Resource Center

EAST MARLBOROUGH — The majestic voice of legendary entertainer Patti LaBelle filled the night sky with song at the Italian-style garden theater in Longwood Gardens on Tuesday. A handcrafted canopy made up of exceptional flora and dizzying trees collectively framed the stage and the audience. LaBelle, known as the Godmother …

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Aces win game 1 | News, Sports, Jobs

AP Photo Las Vegas Aces forward A’ja Wilson (22) posted for a shot over Connecticut Sun center Brionna Jones in Game 1 of a WNBA basketball final playoff series on Sunday , in Las Vegas. LAS VEGAS (AP) — A’ja Wilson remembers what it was like …

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9/11 attacks still reverberate as US celebrates 21st anniversary – Daily Local

By JENNIFER PELTZ, KAREN MATTHEWS and JULIE WALKER NEW YORK (AP) — Americans remembered 9/11 on Sunday with tearful tributes and pleas to “never forget,” 21 years after the deadliest terrorist attack on American soil. Bonita Mentis set out to read the names of the victims at the ground zero …

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The public will have the chance to honor a woman who has dedicated her life to Coatesville and helping others – Daily Local

COATESVILLE —On Sunday afternoon, the public will have the opportunity to pay tribute to a true giant who has done so much for Coatesville. Doris Anna Norman Robinson Spann, who founded the Coatesville Food Cupboard, helped Coatesville veterans for three decades, received hundreds of humanitarian service awards and was recognized …

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Local riders chase Triple Crown titles | News, Sports, Jobs

KINROSS – Local racers will head east in pursuit of the Upper Michigan Triple Crown Series, with the third and final event scheduled for Friday night at Kinross Speedpark. The UP racing series consists of a combined points total from three regional racetracks, including Sands Speedway in Marquette, …

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The Comic Relief of Retirement: Getting Started | News, Sports, Jobs

Chances are, you thought retirement would finally bring long-awaited opportunities. Like the time to pursue those hobbies you’ve kept on the back burner for decades. Basket weaving, reading the entire Encyclopedia Britannica set your parents bought for you in 1963 – even expand your stamp and coin collections. …

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September 3, 2022 – Red Bluff Daily News

If your band or agency has changed or canceled an event, email [email protected] or leave a message at 737-5042. Saturday red bluff Bird Walk: 8 a.m., Sacramento River Discovery Center, 1000 Sale Lane, free Farmer’s Market: 8 a.m. to 12 p.m., River Park, EBT, debit and credit cards accepted Corning …

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‘Devastating’: Mass shootings cloud daily gun toll in US

By GILLIAN FLACCUSAssociated press PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Cameron Taylor was watching an illegal street race that drew hundreds of people to an intersection in Portland, Ore., but decided to leave as the crowd grew increasingly unruly. Moments later, gunfire rang out and Taylor was hit by a stray bullet …

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Charter school reform is needed now – Daily Local

The guest comment “Cybercharters offer choices in education” (Daily Local News, August 29, 2022) might be more persuasive if it could be titled “E-Charters Provide Excellent Education”. But it cannot; he talks a lot about choices but doesn’t discuss the quality of what families are asked to choose. In fact, …

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Details emerge on Chester County Detective Chief’s settlement with county – Daily Local

WEST CHESTER — The former Chester County Chief of Detectives will receive a $126,500 payout as part of his settlement with the county over his allegations of being unjustly fired and discriminated against because of his race, according to a copy of the settlement agreement obtained by the MediaNews Group. …

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School board adopts communications plan – Newton Daily News

On August 22, school board members approved a five-year communications plan for the Newton Community School District, which ultimately provides a guideline for how the district distributes messages to staff, students, and families for information. general, emergencies and other scenarios throughout the year. The plan was developed in part by …

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Foundation donates $100,000 to local school districts

A new local nonprofit has made its inaugural donation of $100,000 to school districts in northern Idaho. The Marcus Anderson Family Foundation announced Aug. 19 that it had donated $25,000 each to the school districts of Coeur d’Alene, Post Falls, Lakeland and West Bonner County. “The past two years have …

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Local businesses help make new United Way headquarters possible – Daily Local

EXTON – United Way of Chester County has purchased and renovated a 5,000 square foot freestanding building, located at 150 John Robert Thomas Drive in the Lincoln Center Commons in Exton, which will serve as the new permanent headquarters for United Way of Chester County staff as well as hosting …

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DeKalb Barbs – Shaw Local

DeKalb at a glance Conference: DuPage Valley Coach: Derek Schneeman (2-7, second season) Record 2021: 2-7, 0-6 DVC Meet the players Keep an eye on: Aiden Sisson, Sr., LB. A three-year starter at linebacker, Sisson leads a group of linebackers that Schneeman calls the most experienced position on the team. …

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Kaneland Knights – Shaw Local

Kaneland in brief Conference: Kishwaukee River / Interstate 8 (White) Coach: Pat Ryan (27-16, fifth season) Record 2021: 5-5, 4-2; lost, 50-14, to Fenwick in the first round of the Class 5A playoffs Meet the players Keep an eye on: Troyer Carlson, Jr., QB. A third-year starter, Carlson says he …

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WTOC offers viewers an “afternoon break”

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WTOC) – Beginning Monday, September 12 at 3 p.m., WTOC presents a new hour of local daytime television featuring the series afternoon break. This fresh and informative hour features today’s discussions of hot local topics, the latest entertainment and lifestyle segments that will allow viewers to learn something …

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Salman Rushdie ‘on the road to recovery’, says agent – Daily Local

By HILLEL ITALY and CAROLYN THOMPSON MAYVILLE, NY (AP) — Salman Rushdie is “on the road to recovery,” his rep confirmed Sunday, two days after “The Satanic Verses” author was seriously injured in a stab wound during a of a conference in New York. The announcement followed news that the …

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Ohio gunman appeared to threaten FBI after Trump home searched – Daily Local

By MIKE BALSAMO and SAMANTHA HENDRICKSON COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — A gunman who died in a shooting after trying to break into the FBI office in Cincinnati has apparently taken to social media and called for federal agents to be killed “on sight” at the following the search of former …

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“Cultural appropriation” has no place in America

Conventional wisdom holds that newspaper circulation has declined due to the Internet. There may be another reason. Perhaps people have realized that newspapers are moving beyond political incorrectness and into the realm of “cultural appropriation” (CA) – a phenomenon where a culture adopts (i.e. “steals “) something else. The Chinese …

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New development to bring 166 luxury apartments to Kennett Square

By Marc Hostutler Posted: 12:30 p.m. EDT August 8, 2022Posted: August 8, 2022Updated: 1:10 PM EDT August 8, 2022 A rendering of the Lofts at State Street. Kennett Square’s growing popularity is not going unnoticed by developers, who are happy to meet the increased demand for housing, writes Jen Samuel …

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Local News Briefs, August 7 | New

Former resident Fallin receives international award Former Aspen City Council member Pat Fallin received Sister Cities International’s highest honor. Fallin, who lived in Aspen from 1970 to 2011, was active in forming the Aspen Sister Cities Committee and later became involved with the National Sister Cities Organization. She received the …

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Ex-media trooper sentenced to 42-86 years in state prison for sexually abusing pre-teen girl – Daily Local

WEST CHESTER – The former Pennsylvania state trooper convicted of sexually abusing a pre-teen girl for several years while dating her mother and acting as a “father figure” to the family has been sentenced to more than four decades behind bars. On Wednesday, Common Pleas Judge Alita Rovito sentenced Darren …

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LA County declares local emergency, aimed at slowing spread of outbreak – Daily News

Members of the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors are hoping their local emergency declaration on Tuesday, Aug. 2 will help the public health department gain control of an emerging outbreak of monkeypox. According to the CDC, gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men are at increased …

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Harrietstown DMV will open on Tuesday | News, Sports, Jobs

The Harrietstown City Hall DMV office will open this door, seen in March, on Tuesdays, in addition to Wednesdays, starting this week. (Business Photo – Aaron Cerbone) SARANAC LAKE – The Motor Vehicle Department at Harrietstown Town Hall will be open on Tuesdays, starting this week, …

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Academic Achievement – ​​Newton Daily News

Wartburg College WAVERLY — Wartburg College graduated 253 students during spring intake on May 29. Among the graduates are: Natalie Camp of Newton, a Cum Laude graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology; Amber Martenson of Gilman, a Magna Cum Laude graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in Arts …

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Renowned local entertainer charged with criminal endangerment

Renowned local landscaper Nicholas Oberling is facing a criminal endangerment charge in Flathead County District Court for allegedly wiring his loved one’s shower soap dish to inflict electric shocks on him. Oberling was listed as in the county jail late Tuesday afternoon after being booked over the weekend. According to …

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Flathead County to Discuss Local Marijuana Tax

On Wednesday, Flathead County commissioners will discuss the option of a local marijuana sales tax. House Bill 701 authorizes an excise tax on marijuana via a ballot initiative in Montana counties where a majority of voters approved legalization. Flathead voters approved recreational sales by a 7-point margin in the 2020 …

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Keene Valley History Project Marks New Milestone | News, Sports, Jobs

A story-collecting project in the Keene Valley will celebrate a milestone today: recording 250 stories about life and history in this part of the Adirondacks. It’s called Adirondack Community and can be found at myadirondackstory.org. Project founder Jery Huntley has logged over 175 stories over the past three …

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Congress holds the fate of local news in its own hands – Orlando Sentinel

The First Amendment guarantees freedom of the press, but that basic American freedom isn’t worth the parchment it’s printed on if brutal market conditions continue to let a few big internet companies suck up nearly all ad revenue while leaving relative scraps. to those who provide information on a daily, …

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Downingtown’s Huffman has become one of the top youth figure skaters in the US – Daily Local

By Neil [email protected]@NeilMGeoghegan on Twitter ASTON >> ‘Do you ever get tired of skating?’It’s a question Meghan Huffman answers quite often these days. But for the Downingtown tween, it’s not hard to answer.“Not really,” she said.A seventh-grader at Villa Maria Academy, Meghan is one of the country’s top young figure …

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New drones will help Chester County first responders with emergency calls – Daily Local

WEST GOSHEN—First responders in Chester County have embraced the technology, with the $17,000 purchase of a life-saving drone. “We use drones to save lives,” Martin Helmke, of the Fame Fire Company, West Chester Fire Department, West Chester Task Force and is a professor of geology at West Chester University. The …

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Local news outlets fight Penn State’s request to seal documents

The Center County Courthouse on October 23, 2019. Abby Drey [email protected] Three local media companies on Thursday formally asked a Center County judge to overturn her ruling that she approved the wholesale sealing of documents at Penn State’s request, a decision that an advocate for government transparency called it “unusual”. …

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Senator Muth has the wrong priorities for the 44th District – Daily Local

Where’s our state senator? As someone concerned about inflation, gas prices and dilapidated infrastructure, I have been following the news closely to see when we will get real solutions to these issues from our elected officials. But unfortunately, my local legislator, Sen. Katie Muth, D-44th Dist., has not been a …

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Local News Briefs, July 9 | New

Downtown Art Festival Returns July 16-17 The 19th Annual Downtown Aspen Art Festival, featuring 100 national and local artists with works spanning all mediums, will run July 16-17. “Whether your passions lie in sparkling jewelry and unique paintings, exquisite glassware or an art deco sculpture, visitors are sure to find …

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WNBA’s Griner pleads guilty in Russia drug trial – Daily Local

By JIM HEINTZ MOSCOW (AP) — American basketball star Brittney Griner pleaded guilty Thursday to drug possession charges on the second day of her trial in a Russian court in a case that could see her sentenced to up to 10 years in prison. jail. Center Phoenix Mercury and two-time …

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Local man charged in $40 million fraud scheme – Washington Daily News

Washington man Marquis Demacking Egerton (also known as Mardy Eger), 58, was charged earlier this year for conspiracy to commit wire fraud and money laundering, and related charges, as part of a sophisticated scheme to steal assets from investors, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Department of Justice …

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Land inheritance in Landenberg – Daily Local

FRANKLIN — Sophie Rodney Pyle Homsey has lived in rural Franklin Township, near the village of Landenberg, for more than 30 years. She and her husband ran a small farm with a 19th century farmhouse, and while they gardened the 15-acre property, she was dedicated to keeping it largely as …

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Santa arrives early in North Coventry for a two-year-old who is battling a rare form of cancer

By Lea Mikulitch Posted: 12:30 p.m. EDT June 28, 2022Posted: June 28, 2022Updated: 1:05 PM EDT June 28, 2022 Image via Evan Brandt, Daily Local News. Father Christmas and Mrs. Claus with the Rousseaus. A North Coventry township family of a two-year-old boy with cancer recently received an outpouring of …

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The program provides meals for local children | News | Daily Sun Villages

It’s only 9 a.m., but Savannah Hodges is already thinking about lunch. The front desk administrator at the Sumter Youth Center in Bushnell is responsible each morning for counting the number of children attending the center’s summer youth program who will receive a free lunch. Once she gets a final …

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Local Woman Wins $1 Million Lottery Prize | News, Sports, Jobs

LANSING — A Delta County woman plans to help others after winning $1 million playing the Michigan Lottery’s Lucky X50 instant game. The lucky 65-year-old, who chose to remain anonymous, bought her winning ticket from North Bluff Grocery, located at 6287 M-35 in Gladstone. “When I stopped at …

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New Garden approves new zoning guidelines for future development on Route 41, Route 7 – Daily Local

NEW GARDEN—Change is coming to the southern part of Landenberg on its western edge. This week, the New Garden Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to change the zoning ordinance to the municipality’s Unified Development Ordinance. These guidelines impact hundreds of acres of undeveloped land and establish specific new allowances and …

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Local students receive diplomas, honors

GREENBRIER COUNTY (WVDN) — Several students from local colleges and universities have received academic honors and degrees from across the United States. They understand: Caldwell’s Zachary Ramsey, graduating from Coastal Carolina University in its spring commencement ceremonies, held May 6-7. Ramsey is a marine science student. Ramsey was also named …

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Two new Chester County judges on the way? – Daily room

The Chester County Court of Common Pleas bench may soon include two new members as judicial appointments are pending in Harrisburg. Two local attorneys – Democrat Nichole Forzato and Republican Louis Mincarelli – have been nominated by Gov. Tom Wolf to fill the vacant seats on the court and could …

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Hadwin leads the US Open | News, Sports, Jobs

BROOKLINE, Mass. (AP) — Adam Hadwin was only officially at the US Open eight days ago. He left the Country Club on Thursday with his best score in a major for a one-shot lead. As attention finally turns away from the rival Saudi-backed league, which goes and stays …

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Iroquois County Polling Station Open for Special Saturday Hours | Local News

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Be Prepared: Update Your Information | News, Sports, Jobs

The North Dakota 9-1-1 Association, in cooperation with local public safety response points, urges anyone using or contracting the use of home or mobile medical alert devices to keep suppliers informed each time they change address. In communications across the state, the association found that all sellers contacted …

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City will host the 2nd fireworks display | Local News

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Arizona Daily Star Sportsmen’s Fund Send a Kid to Camp | Local News

Debbie Kornmiller Special for the Arizona Daily Star The Arizona Daily Star Sportsmen’s Fund raises funds so children from low-income households and military families can attend summer camp at little or no cost to their families. Since 1947, the Athlete Fund has helped pay 43,081 children to attend camp. We …

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Locally Reported COVID-19 Deaths | News, Sports, Jobs

ESCANABA – COVID-19 activity has continued to decline in the region and state over the past week based on reported cases, with local data Wednesday showing Delta County with 35 new confirmed positive cases and the Menominee County 12 cases – but another virus-related death as well. Delta …

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26 Coatesville students get college associate degrees before graduating from high school – Daily Local

COATESVILLE — While there have been times over the past three years when Stephanny Calle wondered how she’d manage to finish all of her work, today she’s about to celebrate both her high school graduation secondary and college. Calle, 18, is one of 26 proud Coatesville-area high school students graduating …

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