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Metrolink train hits vehicle stuck on tracks
... – A Metrolink train collided with a vehicle in north St. Louis County Friday morning. Police say a man was driving his vehicle when it was struck by the train near the intersection of...
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Car on Metrolink tracks struck by train
ST. LOUIS, MO (KTVI) – A Metrolink train hit a car on the tracks Friday morning at the Wellston Station on
Rock Road. Metro tweeted that westbound passengers will be shuttled by bus...
Read more at FOX 2 News St. Louis
Police reports: Carol Stream for Dec. 6
Ken Hur, 54, 1297 Birchbark Trail, was charged with domestic battery at 6:51 p.m. Nov. 29 at his home. Marijuana possession Alberto Munoz, 24, 561 Sauk Court, was charged with possession of less...
Read more at Itasca Press
Electric Christmas Parade winners announced
The Filling Station earned first place in overall Best of Show in last Saturday’s parade, according to a news release. In addition to being decked out in lights, the float was topped with a Christmas...
Read more at Kane County Chronicle
American Cancer Society
Westport Police Team Up With Newtown Kindness For...
WESTPORT, Conn. — The holiday season is a busy time for Westport’s finest. In addition to working around-the-clock to keep residents safe, officers collect toys for hundreds of underprivileged...
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ACROSS OUR COMMUNITIES
Banquet in Salem in honor of Vic Mattevi SALEM - Monday's Banquet in Salem from 5-7 p.m. in the Memorial Building will be a sponsor memorial for Vic Mattevi. The menu will include chicken noodle...
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The Youngstown Vindicator
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Students help shoppers with safety checks
Those darn kids checking out your car at the mall actually are trying to help. Mall patrons might see an additional 20 or more uniformed young men and women patrolling the area around
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Julien A. Beauregard
Julien A. Beauregard, 90, of Charles Town, died Tuesday, Dec. 3, 2013, at Jefferson Medical Center, Ranson. Born March 14, 1923, in Worcester, Mass., he was the son of Oscar Joseph Beauregard and...
Read more at The Martinsburg Journal
Vandals shooting up Norco businesses and home wit...
Antwan Harris / Eyewitness News NORCO, La. -- Nick Circolone is the general manager of Haydel’s Furniture store in Norco. He said he was in the back of the building when he heard what sounded like...
Read more at WWL-TV, Channel 4 New Orleans
DOTD: $3.7 billion in savings for continued devel...
Today, the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development announced its update and plan for the continued development of I-49 South, which will result in $3.7 billion in cost savings. The I-49...
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Louisiana Department of Transportation
‘Small Business Saturday’ catching on in Lombard
... are very pleased,” director Sarah Richardt said, adding that there was a noticeable increase in foot traffic Saturday downtown. “It has been growing every year and now people are catching...
Read more at Wooddale Press
Mardi Gras Beer Guide
Mardi Gras! A time to eat king cake, drink beer, go to parades, drink beer, catch beads, drink beer, go to more parades, eat more king cake and then drink more beer. Just because it's Carnival time...
Read more at Best of New Orleans Gambit
'Making All Things New' presents clustering of Ca...
... All Things New' presents clustering of Catholic churches, not realignment, says archdiocese Print this ArticleEmail this Article Parishioners at St. Patrick's Church in Newburgh.LEE...
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Elmhurst, Hinsdale police blotter: Dec. 3
The following items were taken from police reports: •A fire in a planter in the 1100 block of South Euclid Avenue was extinguished Nov. 30. The fire was caused by an extension cord for holiday...
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Brad Biggs' Bears mailbag
No one asked Marc Trestman why on the last play of regulation he tried a 66-yard field goal instead of a Hail Mary pass. I guess he didn't see or read about Alabama. He also wasn't here when Devin...
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Police reports for Villa Park
DUI charges filed • Antonio Moreno-Velazquez, 38, 1 S. 155 Ingersoll Lane was charged with aggravated DUI, trespassing railroad property, illegal transportation of alcohol and driving while license...
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Willowbrook High School
Spinuzza’s buzzer-beater lifts Mustangs at Thanks...
Although the Mustangs returned with just one win in four games at the
East Ron Johnson tournament, the lone victory came in dramatic fashion. Facing North Lawndale in the opening round of...
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Southbound Causeway shut down
Chase Bank: Data of some La. benefits recipients has been hackedChase Bank: Data of some La. benefits recipients has been hacked The Louisiana Department of Revenue, the Louisiana Workforce...
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Central Hockey League Looking To Expand 10-Team O...
SBD/December 5, 2013/Leagues and Governing Bodies Central Hockey League Looking To Expand 10-Team Operation By Adding Two New Clubs Months after buying itself from a longtime ownership group and...
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Escanaba Christmas Parade, Christmas in Village c...
ESCANABA - A parade, a glimpse at Christmas past and craft shows are among upcoming holiday events. The annual Escanaba Christmas Parade will be held on Ludington Street at 7 p.m. on Friday. This...
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