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An interactive community art exhibit at Selby Public Library reflects on the lives lost during two pandemics — HIV/AIDS and COVID-19. [Read More]
Forty-niners coach claims he was blindsided by news his team can't play next two home games at Levi's. Top county official isn't buying it. [Read More]
The crash happened around 6:45 p.m. on the northbound 405 freeway connector to the westbound 101 freeway. [Read More]
"I'm not gonna surprise anybody," Gov. Tim Walz said when asked about restrictions around the Christmas holiday. [Read More]
Bridgewater local Jon Lane opened the hoagie shop with his wife Lauryn, and his sister Brittany on Tuesday. [Read More]
Employee was fired and convicted in lunchroom incident. Students rallied to keep worker. [Read More]
Gloucester Township Council is considering a tax incentive for Dave & Buster's. Ppponents argued an abatement isn't needed for the chain. [Read More]
Gov. Brian Kemp's latest renewal of Georgia coronavirus guidelines includes changes regarding the pending vaccine. [Read More]
More than 1,100 New Yorkers are hospitalized with COVID-19, said Health Commissioner Dave Chokshi. He urged at-risk people to stay home. [Read More]
The German supermarket chain is hoping to open its Farmingdale location by early 2021. [Read More]
Here are the updated numbers of confirmed cases of the coronavirus by specific town in Suffolk County. [Read More]
Beacon Tattoo opened as a sister shop to West Islip's Live Wire Arts, where professional artist Chris Mason creates tattooed works of art. [Read More]
Package thefts are a growing problem as consumer shopping habits shift online. Bolingbrook police offer some tips to thwart porch pirates. [Read More]
The former Stanford neuroradiologist and Hoover Institution fellow submitted his resignation letter Monday, Axios reports. [Read More]
Further investigation has led to murder charges against a Montgomery County father who police said raped and killed his baby daughter. [Read More]
A sweeping police reform bill would create certification standards and could see officers decertified for a number of offenses. [Read More]
A federal lawsuit against Peabody and former school employees has been on hold as a criminal investigation by a grand jury continues. [Read More]
Moorestown saw more coronavirus cases in November than it has during any other month since the pandemic began, Mayor Nicole Gillespie said. [Read More]
"We're getting close to the end of this," Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton said.​... [Read More]
The driver of the vehicle that had been stopped suffered injuries after another driver violated Scott's Law, police said. [Read More]
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