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African market celebration set in Melbourne for Kwanzaa

African market celebration set in Melbourne for Kwanzaa

 

Recognizing Steven A. Warren for his exceptional career in York County government

Steven A. Warren was director for the York/Adams Mental Health-Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities and York/Adams Drug & Alcohol Commission.

 

Taser used on York man cursing at police officers and resisting arrest, cops say

A York man was Tasered and arrested after he allegedly fought with police officers as they attempted to apprehend him, documents state.

 

Roger, the giant kangaroo that looked like a bodybuilder, dies

The alpha red kangaroo stood at about 6-feet and 7-inches tall and was known around the world for his huge biceps.

 

Sen. Lamar Alexander highly popular as he weighs whether to seek re-election in 2020, new poll shows

U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander has a 65 percent approval rating among potential Republican primary voters in Tennessee as he weighs whether to seek re-election in 2020.

 

Accidental double shooting reported in Antioch, Nashville police say

The shooting was reported just before 11:30 a.m. in the 400 block of Cedar Cliff Road just east of Bell Road, officials said.

 

Family of hunter fatally shot in Bath Township to push for 'Orange Justice' at Capitol

Chong Moua Yang's loved ones to provide update on investigation, address rumors at Thursday's vigil at State Capitol, family spokesperson says.

 

Wausau curler Matt Thums named to Team USA for World Wheelchair Championship

Matt Thums of Team USA has only been a curler since 2012. A simple formula has gotten him to the World Wheelchair Championship: "Eat. Sleep. Curl."

 

Andrew Cuomo orders last-minute review of L train shutdown plans

Just four months away from a years-long planned shutdown of the L train, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Monday he would order a personal, last minute second-look at the closure of the key line linking Williamsburg to Manhattan. The April shutdown is currently scheduled to last 15 months and will affect more than 225,000 New Yorkers...

 

Judge clears air-conditioning installer accused of poisoning family

The owner of an air conditioning installation company was cleared Monday of charges that he vindictively poisoned a Queens family and their dog. Yuriy Kruk, 48 — who faced up to 15 years in prison if convicted of allegedly planting mercury in a cooling unit in the the Jamaica Estates home of Roman Pinkhasov and...

 

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