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  • Go Gray in May 5K supports National Brain Tumor Society
    Go Gray in May 5K supports National Brain Tumor Society
    May isNational Brain Tumor Awareness Month, and on Saturday, May 2, 2015 the first annualGo Gray in May 5Kwas held in Bristol, NH.Over 150 runners and walkers, many with children in strollers and dogs on leashes, gathered in Kelley Park totake a...
  • Buffalo Bills Draft analysis
    Busy off-season; followed by draft bust
    This weekend the NFL hosted the highly anticipated NFL Daftin Chicago Illinois. The BuffaloBills had fans wondering what were the next moves? TheBills made quite the splash in theoff-season trading fan favorite LB Kiko Alonzo to Philadelphia for a...
  • Quiet Riot  fans feel the noise in Sellersville
    Quiet Riot fans feel the noise in Sellersville
    While the M-3 Festival rages in Maryland, some of the bands are also playing local gigs, like Quiet Riot, who sold out the Sellersville Theater Saturday, May 2, 2015, just a day after their M-3 show. From what I was told, the Sellersville show was...
  • Fatal Pedestrian Accident Aftermath
    Female Pedestrian Killed After being Hit by Teen Driver
    Suffolk Police Sixth Squad detectives are investigating a motor vehicle crash that killed a pedestrian in Port Jefferson Station tonight. Thomas Sammartino was driving a 2002 Honda northbound on North Bicycle Path when his vehicle collided with a...
  • Livingston to declare drought emergency
    Livingston to declare drought emergency
    The Merced County farming community of Livingston is expected to impose a new set of strict water restrictions on Tuesday, according to the city council agenda packet released Friday. The meeting will be held at 7 p.m. at 1416 C St. The meeting is...
  • California's Central Valley feels unsafe
    California's Central Valley feels unsafe
    Americans in California's Central Valley are more likely to feel unsafe than Americans anywhere, according to a Gallup Poll released Thursday. The valley stretches from about Sacramento in the north and Bakersfield in the south. The survey...
  • Melanie Mederos, in remission from Leukemia, LLS 2015 Miami Girl of the Year
    13-year-old Florida girl beats leukemia, celebrates with makeover & photo shoot
    She's just 13 years old, and she has already battled cancer, infections, high fevers, a weakened immune system and 242 days of chemotherapy. Melanie Mederos iscontinuing the battle for her life, but today she's in remission and was honored...
  • LGBTQ youth honored at Live Out Loud's Young Trailblazer's Gala at Times Center
    LGBTQ youth honored at Live Out Loud's Young Trailblazer's Gala at Times Center
    Rachel Bryk, a 23 year old transgender woman from Wall, New Jersey, jumped to her death from the George Washington Bridge last Thursday, another victim of online bullying and what she called "constant transphobia" in Internet posts she...
  • Mortgage loan refinancing can mean more money for homeowners
    Mortgage loan refinancing can mean more money for homeowners
    What happens when mortgage rates -- in other words, the interest rates currently available for mortgages -- go down?In a nutshell, it means refinancing a mortgage loan from a higher rate to a lower one makes sense. That simple act can free up a...
  • Heidi Montag's dad pleads not guilty to sex assault allegations
    Heidi Montag's dad pleads not guilty to sex assault allegations
    William Montag, father of reality star Heidi Montag, was arrested in January on charges of aggravated incest, and sexual assault of a child and in an arraignment on Monday, he plead not guilty to all of the charges filed against him.William, 68,...
  • The Bristol Herald Courier is available online again.
    Tri-Cities residents can access Bristol Herald Courier online again
    The Bristol Herald Courier,the Tri-Cities’ hometown newspaper, announced Monday that they will once again be providing an online issue for the public on HeraldCourier.com. Besides access to news and articles, there will be some helpful...
  • Tap Your Wrist to Control Your Home
    Tap Your Wrist to Control Your Home
    By Paul Fitzgerald - H2 Systems Inc. offers new technology so homeowners can be the boss at home with Apple WatchIt’s almost like something out of a spy movie, but it’s real.You see, H2 Systems Inc. in Burlington, ON, is the first home...
  • The crash scene
    Car splits pole on Lincoln Highway
    A one vehicle crash has closed Lincoln Highway at Oxford Valley Road today, April 28, 2015. Two people were injured. A male, who was the driver was trapped in his vehicle for an extended amount of time. A female passenger was ejected. Both have...
  • Get your drink on in Houston in May at events and festivals
    Get your drink on in Houston in May at events and festivals
    Houston eateries know how to keep their cocktail, wine and beer lovers happy on many levels with creative offerings, new products and exciting events.Make time to get out and give all these a try during the month of May with Bulleit Woody Tailgate...
  • Scappoose Police Reports April 14-25
    Scappoose Police Reports April 14-25
    During the period of April 14-April 25, Scappoose Police Department officers responded to a variety of calls for assistance. These included the calls outlined below.April 14 —33000 block, SE Frederick Street: Dana Barber, 32, was arrested...
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