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Follow Ann on her Walla Walla adventure! She's scoping out some great wine for our customers!

Ann and one of her best friends Donna have embarked on their Walla Walla adventure! Their first visit of the day was to Abeja Winery. "I found an absolutely gorgeous Syrah co-fermented with a touch of Viognier. 267 more words

Accomack County arsonist sentenced to 15 years

ACCOMACK COUNTY, Va. (WAVY) — A man who pleaded guilty to setting more than 60 fires on the Eastern Shore has been sentenced to 15 years in prison. 100 more words

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Board May Vote to Authorize Balanced FY 2015-16 General Fund Budget at Meeting Tonight, April 21, 7 PM (Agenda Inside)

Tuesday, April 21, 2015 || By Michael Romain 

The Maywood Board of Trustees is expected to vote on an ordinance approving the FY 2015-16 budget at a regular board meeting tonight, April 21, 7 PM, at 125 S. 285 more words


Local pastor travels to North Charleston, offers support

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WJCL) — A Savannah pastor is traveling to South Carolina to offer support following a deadly officer-involved shooting.

Frustration and protests over an officer-involved shooting are becoming an all-too familiar sight to some. 243 more words

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Deputies search for Charles Smith, missing man in Raleigh County, WV - Beckley, Bluefield & Lewisburg News, Weather, Sports

BECKELY – Deputies in Raleigh County are searching for a missing man. Charles Smith, 42, was last seen by family and friends on March 5, 2015 at the Food Lion in Beckley, but deputies say he went to a doctor’s appointment on March 16, 2015. 24 more words


The Inherent Nihilism of Being a Knick Fan

by Andrew Doscas

It’s really embarrassing that the Mecca of basketball hasn’t seen a championship in over 40 years.  What’s more embarrassing is that there’s a good chance, 10 years from now, I could be writing the exact same article and start it the exact same way, substituting “over 40 years” for “over 50 years”.  1,333 more words

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Family of officer-involved shooting addresses possible lawsuit

SAVANNAH, Ga. (WJCL) — With the backdrop of his memorial, the family of a Savannah man killed by police spoke out Monday for the first time in months. 243 more words

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