Trump faces flurry of investigations beyond Jan. 6 probe

NEW YORK (AP) — As Donald Trump’s lawyers try to block the White House from releasing records to the congressional committee investigating the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection, the former president faces a flurry of other investigations that could come to a head in the coming weeks and the new year. That includes two major state…

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44 Herndon apartment residents displaced after electrical fire: 9 hospitalized, including children

This is the scene of an apartment building fire in Herndon, Virginia, that sent nine people to the hospital. (Courtesy Fairfax Fire and Rescue) Two people are fighting for their lives after nine others, including children, were sent to the hospital when several residents jumped or climbed out windows during an accidental apartment fire in…

Dates set for a more normal DC Winter Restaurant Week

The Restaurant Association of Metropolitan Washington scheduled next year’s Winter Restaurant Week for Jan. 17 through Jan. 23. Unlike this year’s Winter Restaurant Week, which ran for two weeks and focused heavily on to-go meals and cocktails because of indoor dining restrictions, January’s Winter Restaurant week will refocus on in-person dining. But it will keep…

Penobscots don’t want ancestors’ scalping to be whitewashed

“It was genocide,” said Dawn Neptune Adams, one of the three Penobscot Nation members featured in the film, called “Bounty.” The post Penobscots don’t want ancestors’ scalping to be whitewashed appeared first on Boston.com. Top Featured Tags: – Massachusetts NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Boston due for wintry storms in coming days

Oddly enough, Hawaii has it worse. The Aloha State has been under a blizzard warning since Friday.  The post Boston due for wintry storms in coming days appeared first on Boston.com. Top Featured Tags: – Massachusetts NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Lion dances, caroling begin at The Greenway this month

The free December events are part of the (re)Discover The Greenway series. The post Lion dances, caroling begin at The Greenway this month appeared first on Boston.com. Top Featured Tags: – Massachusetts NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Parents of accused Michigan high school shooter plead not guilty, bond set at combined $1M

The judge assigned bond of $500,000 apiece to each of the parents and placed other requirements such as GPS monitoring. Top Featured Tags: – Mississippi NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Nurse charged with making fake COVID-19 vaccine cards

The woman faces up to 15 years in prison for each count of making the fraudulent cards, and five years in prison for lying to federal investigators. Top Featured Tags: – Mississippi NewsPress Release Distribution Service

MBI issues Silver Alert for Scott County woman

Webb is believed to be in a 2010 gray Honda Odyssey bearing MS tag traveling in an unknown direction. Top Featured Tags: – Mississippi NewsPress Release Distribution Service

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More NJ families now eligible for child care credit. Here’s who will get it

Following a tight election, Democrats in New Jersey swiftly moved to expand tax credits for child care.        Top Featured Tags: – New Jersey NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Harold B. Fabricius

Harold B. Fabricius passed away Wednesday, November 24, 2021. He was born to Jacob and Christine (Kramer) Fabricius in Fort Collins, Colorado on August 13, 1927. Harold joined the US Navy in 1945 and was discharged after recuperating from a serious accident which necessitated amputation of his leg. He later moved to Worland to work…

Janice Marie “Jan” (Pennock) Martinson

Janice Marie “Jan” (Pennock) Martinson, 69, of Kirksville, Missouri, passed away unexpectedly, Sunday November 14, 2021 at the University of Missouri Medical Center in Columbia, Missouri. Born November 27, 1951 in Cody, Wyoming, Jan was the daughter of the late Russell Clair and Marjorie Lucille (Pitzer) Pennock. In 1971, Jan was united in marriage to…

Victoria Villarreal Sanchez

Victoria Villarreal Sanchez, formerly of Worland passed away in Yakima, Wa on November 25, 2021. Please visit www.ValleyHillsfh.com to view full obituary and share a memory or condolence with her… Top Featured Tags: – Wyoming NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Police searching for man accused of fatally shooting Stratford man Friday

BRIDGEPORT — A Bridgeport man is accused of shooting and killing the boyfriend of his children’s mother, according to a city official. Police are still searching for the man, who was identified as Miguel Rojas, 28 of Bridgeport. Police went to the area of West Avenue and West Liberty Street around 9:20 p.m. Friday for…

‘Sound on the Sound’ to return live music festivals to Bridgeport’s Seaside Park

Big acts are being booked for one of next year’s two new music festivals, but the second was postponed until 2023. Continue Reading at CTPost.com here Top Featured Tags: – Connecticut NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Confusion persists on CT school quarantine protocols

The education department provided an update this week on the state’s “Screen and Stay” initiative. Continue Reading at CTPost.com here Top Featured Tags: – Connecticut NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Pahrump community partakes of Photos with Santa

The Salvation Army headquarters in Pahrump was abuzz with activity on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 26, 27 and 28 as members of the Nye County Chapter of Sleep in Heavenly Peace worked to bring some holiday cheer to the valley while also raising much-needed funds to support its nonprofit mission. Continue Reading at Pahrump…

Assemblyman Hafen decries state redistricting, files lawsuit

The election of Pahrump’s Nevada State Assembly representative just got a bit more complicated, thanks to the approval of a redistricting proposal by the Legislature last month. Continue Reading at Pahrump Valley Times here Top Featured Tags: – Nevada NewsPress Release Distribution Service

No support from Pahrump committee for Rough Hat Nye solar project

The evening of Tuesday, Nov. 30 was a long one for members of the Pahrump Public Lands Advisory Committee, which convened a special meeting at 5:30 p.m. and did not adjourn until around 9:30 p.m. that night. Continue Reading at Pahrump Valley Times here Top Featured Tags: – Nevada NewsPress Release Distribution Service

Arkansas’ vaccinations close to 14,000 Friday as covid case tally rises by nearly 1,200

Arkansas’ count of coronavirus cases rose Friday by 1,174, continuing a steep upward trend after a slowdown around Thanksgiving. Continue Reading at NWAonline here Top Featured Tags: – Arkansas NewsPress Release Distribution Service

University of Arkansas launches online biography as step toward adding historical context to Fulbright statue

A new online biography launched Friday is a step toward adding historical context to a campus statue of former U.S. Sen. J. William Fulbright, the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville announced Friday. Continue Reading at NWAonline here Top Featured Tags: – Arkansas NewsPress Release Distribution Service

$25 million grant, largest ever for Arkansas State University, will anchor arts and innovation district

A $25 million challenge grant described as the largest gift ever to Arkansas State University will go toward building an “anchor” for a new arts and innovation district, Chancellor Kelly Damphousse said Friday. Continue Reading at NWAonline here Top Featured Tags: – Arkansas NewsPress Release Distribution Service

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