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Individuals, groups are wanted to adopt 32 murals...
For folks who want to help preserve some of the most high-profile depictions of key events and people in York's history, here's your chance. The York County Heritage Trust is looking for businesses,...
Read more at York Daily Record
York County Heritage Trust
Temple Beth Israel
Kids enjoy activities at ‘Stomp the Yard’
Young people came out in droves Saturday for the entertainment, education and food at the eighth annual “Stomp the Yard” rally. Dr. Bernard Bishop Ministries, in association with Deliverance Ministry...
Read more at The Atmore Advance
Stomp the Yard
United Fund ‘lock up’ needs volunteers
Hey, Atmore citizens! You’re wanted … to be “wanted.” The 2015 United Fund of Atmore is holding its annual “Lock Up” event on Tuesday, Oct. 21, from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. at the Atmore City Hall. Those...
Read more at The Atmore Advance
American Red Cross
Walkers support cancer fight
The Women of Distinction’s seventh annual Cancer Awareness Walk not only increased awareness of the deadly disease, but also raised money to help patients who are battling cancer. The local women’s...
Read more at The Atmore Advance
Cambridge students left shivering after college r...
Cambridge students left shivering after college refuses to switch on heating STUDENTS are supposed to be prepared to slum it but youngsters at prestigious Cambridge University are up in arms – about...
Read more at express
Changing downtown Charleston; Dark money in S.C. ...
This month marks 20 years since
drowned her two young children and lied to cops, telling them her kids were missing after a black man carjacked her at gunpoint. Two decades later, and one...
Read more at Charleston City Paper
Young visit the fix for Sydney players
Australian OzTag player and former Young girl,
was in town last week, bringing with her a handful of junior players for a short intensive training trip. Australian OzTag player and former...
Read more at The Young Witness
Susan Smith: 20 years later, drowning of 2 childr...
Investigators were so determined 20 years ago to get a confession from South Carolinas
that they were willing to use anything, including deception, to get her to admit to drowning her two...
Read more at The Charlotte Observer
Department of Natural Resources
State Law Enforcement Division
Union endured 9 days of horror when mother drowne...
Some toys still remain on the graves of Alex and Michael Smith 20 years later. The boys were buried together in Bogansville United Methodist...GoUpstate.comOctober 18, 2014 10:42 PM UNION — Twenty...
Read more at Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Vikings' safety Smith a smashing standout
To understand why Harrison Smith seems to be at his happiest when crashing into ballcarriers, why the Vikings safety throws his body around on a football field every Sunday, you need to give his...
Read more at Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune
Walk Saturday to support city's feral cats
ANTIOCH -- A local group dedicated to "caring for cats and kittens of the downtown Antioch area" will hold a community cat walk Saturday, starting at Antioch City Hall. Organizers say is partly an...
Read more at Contra Costa Times Newspapers
Company seeks holiday cards for seniors
Comfort Keepers of Northwest Illinois provides in-home care services that allow seniors to stay in their own homes. The organization, which has locations in Sycamore, Rockford and Freeport, is seeking...
Read more at Daily Chronicle
Art exhibition celebrates educational merger
IT WAS a four-year journey that tested patience, planning and co-operation at CQUniversity and CQ TAFE - and now, proved an artistic challenge, too. To celebrate the CQUniversity's merger with CQ...
Read more at News Mail
Katha Pollitt: America is a “fiesta of licentious...
Katha Pollitt’s latest work of nonfiction is a refreshing and comprehensive look at abortion rights, in which she lays out systematic arguments for a woman’s right to choose. A columnist for The...
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PSU student Susan Smith wins the Portland Maratho...
Marathon winner and PSU student
with her medal. Photo by Christian Profeta Portland State student
was the women’s winner of the Portland Marathon on Oct. 5, finishing the 26.2...
Read more at The Vanguard
the Portland Marathon
Statesboro is, once again, The Write Place
Statesboro's Fourth Annual Write Place Festival features critically acclaimed Pulitzer Prize-winning author Rick Bragg. The festival is scheduled for 7 p.m. Friday at Georgia Southern University's...
Read more at Statesboro Herald
SC jail nurse faces inmate sex charge
I guess jail makes you really hard up. It's likely only a prisoner would have anything to do with her. Nocnoc??....is that a picture of the male inmate or of the female nurse?? ...one of the many...
Read more at The Augusta Chronicle
Department of Corrections
Planning and Zoning Commission
The Clovis Planning and Zoning Commission met Wednesday afternoon at City Hall. • Municipal Judge Jan Garrett swore in Jeff Moore, Terry Moberly and Randy Petty for their two-year terms. The three...
Read more at Clovis News Journal
Clovis City Commission
Voter deadline looming
Those planning to vote in the Nov. 4 general election must be registered by Oct. 20, said Jackie Gay with the Escambia County Board of Registrars. “This year, we got a few extra days because it was...
Read more at The Brewton Standard
Board of Registrars
Carl A. Farber
He was the son of the late Earl and Ethel (Spearing) Farber. He married Mae J. Morgan on Feb. 19, 1949, in Altoona, and she preceded him in death on Jan. 21, 2006. Surviving are three daughters:...
Read more at Altoona Mirror
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