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Weather Explained: Groundhog Day
Opinion writer Susan Campbell says you may believe state governments should have a larger say over their residents’ lives. Opinion writer Terry Cowgill highlights the state’s difficulty in hiring State Troopers, and what is being done about it. Watch this post for urgent weather news from Manchester today!See the Story
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Hamilton County Sheriff says
A Lake City man is facing charges for resisting arrest - following an altercation with a hamilton county deputy,This altercation went viral back in decemberSee the Story
100% Right coverage: 1 sources
Winston-Salem · Winston-Salem
Candy canes are a popular item stocked on candy counters at Christmas time. When my father operated his business on Blauvelt’s Hill, each Christmas season he displayed a small bucket size container on top of his candy case. The bucket was filled with candy canes. I never measured one, but I suspect they were about 12 inches in length with a diameter of a half to three-quarters of an inch. In...See the Story
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Obituary: Lisa Ann Bender
Jerry Anderson, former manager of the Sitzmark Lodge, passed away December 3rd in Phoenix. He loved and promoted Vail, his home for 42 years. Jerry was married to Connie Ickes for 8 years, and they remained friends to the end. He also spent many years caring for his beloved sister, Judy, who was disabled.See the Story
46% Right coverage: 24 sources
Christmas comes to Chatham this weekend
"Christmas in Historic Chatham on Friday and Sunday afternoon and sponsored by Chatham First" The first event begins in front of the historic Pittsylvania County Courthouse at 7 p.m., Dec. 2. This is the traditional lantern-lighting and festival of carols that marks the opening of the town's Christmas season.See the Story
100% Center coverage: 1 sources
The Absolute Best Kids Christmas Movies
The Hale Centre Theatre in downtown Gilbert will start its annual presentation of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol on Friday, Dec. 1. The Red cast features seasoned actor Tim Dietlein as Ebenezer Scrooge and the Green cast is headed by local actor Rob Stuart. Both actors are reprising their roles from previous years.See the Story
75% Center coverage: 4 sources
City to offer free recycling of holiday trees
Allen County residents can recycle their live Christmas trees for free. Residents must remove all lights, ornaments and plastic bags prior to recycling. Artificial trees are not accepted. Trees can be taken to the following locations:Fort Wayne City Utilities Biosolids Handling Facility, 6202 Lake Ave.See the Story
75% Center coverage: 4 sources
Complete Election Results for Nov. 8 General Election in San Diego County
5,029 of 9,921 registered voters cast ballots in the 2022 General Election in York County. The number of York County registered voters who cast early ballots came in at 988. There were lines at times in many of the voting locations in the county, workers said as they deposited their ballot boxes late Tuesday.See the Story
40% Center coverage: 15 sources
Georgetown/Horry Community Calendar Nov. 30
37th Annual Sparkle Village Craft Show & Sale. Caroling down Lake Street, hot cocoa and a visit with Santa Claus as the village Christmas Tree is lit. Winter Craft Day. Point Au Roche State Park Nature Center, 19 Camp Red Cloud Road, Plattsburgh.See the Story
50% Right coverage: 12 sources
Why were most races in South Carolina’s election uncontested?
74% of races in South Carolina's midterm elections went uncontested. Republican candidates were unopposed for 56 races out of a total of 124 (50%) Democrats were uncontested for 18 of those 124 elections (26%) The lack of candidates exists for both parties, but it's particularly true for Republican races.See the Story
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