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The Salem NewsGood causes BENEFIT FOR VNA CARE NETWORK & HOSPICE. Saturday, May 18, 7 p.m., John Archer Estate, 10 North St., Danvers. Evening of fashion and live music. Bless by Bless Couture will preview their spring collection. Just in Time and pianist Nathan...
The Buffalo NewsMany communities have offered themed public art programs, with the decorated bisons of the Herd About Buffalo effort of a few years ago being the best known local example. But less common are places where the art has turned to music. Lockport...
News briefs from Aurora and Naperville. Music program cited Neuqua Valley High School was awarded a Grammy statue and $10,000 last week for being named this year's National Grammy Signature School. The top honor is awarded to one school in the...
Tags: Students, Books, Music, Books and Magazines, Entertainment
Strawberry Festival A Strawberry Festival will start at 4 p.m. May 18 at the Shade Creek Ridge Church of the Brethren,1623 Ridge Road, Hooversville. Free will donations will be accepted. The proceeds will benefit the orphans in Honduras program. Fireman&...
The Dayton Daily NewsThe Greene County Board of Elections is reviewing its hiring procedures after learning that one of its clerks had a felony conviction. The board fired the clerk Monday. The agency said it was unaware the employee, an entry-level clerk, had a...
The StateEditor's note: You might not see the video attached to this story if you are viewing this story on certain mobile devices. If that is the case, click here to watch. Two of the highest-ranking members of the S.C. Legislature during the past decade are...
Star Beacon, Ashtabula, OhioNow it's five out of six. Eric Weaver, one of six men police say had a hand in a 1997 murder, had originally been charged with the aggravated murder and kidnapping of Ronald "Maceo" Hull. But, with a jury trial on tap this week, Weaver pleaded guilty to...
Tags: Firearms, Defendants, Lawyers, Murder, Prosecution
Boston HeraldThe hills are alive with the sound of music. And so are the city, suburbs and coast as the summer theater season begins. There are a few heady offerings this summer -- can't let that brain completely atrophy -- but mostly it's song and dance classics,...
The Eagle-Tribune, North Andover, Mass.Belen Pereyra has come a long way from the darling 7-year-old dancing up a storm on the stages at Campagnone Common and local social clubs. At 25, she is now performing with the Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater on stages throughout the United States...
Pocono Record, Stroudsburg, Pa.Republican candidate for Lehman Township tax collector Hal H. Harris has taken his fight to the Pennsylvania Supreme Court to remove opposing candidate Democrat Diane Hinson from the ballot. Harris had asked the Pike County Court of Common Pleas to...
Tags: Primaries, Elections, Judges, Realty, Justice System
ACTORS NEEDED FOR COMEDY FILM Allentown native and award-winning filmmaker Zeke Zelker is preparing to tour 15 U.S. cities to hold auditions for his film-in-progress "Billboard: An Uncommon Contest for Common People," a comedy about a billboard-sitting...
The Akron Beacon JournalAkron's St. Sebastian parish and Wooster's St. Mary of the Immaculate Conception are among five sites designated by Catholic Diocese of Cleveland Bishop Richard G. Lennon as places of pilgrimage on weekends between May 18 and Sept. 8. Lennon is...
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