Man stabbed to death in hotel on Hillsborough Road in Durham. Violent crime rising.
Durham police found the body of a man who had been stabbed to death in a hotel on Hillsborough Road on Saturday. It was the second fatal stabbing in the Bull City this week, as crime rises in 2019.
Top NDDOT official resigns after stinging workplace investig...
BISMARCK — The North Dakota Department of Transportation has accepted the resignation effective Friday, May 3, of one of its top officials after a workplace investigation. Driver’s License Division Director Glenn Jackson, 63, was accused of favoritism, workplace harassment, unprofessional conduct...
Sewell Mini of Plano will close its doors Saturday
Sewell Mini of Plano will be closing its doors after Saturday, according to a spokesperson for Sewell.The dealership said it was actively working...
Forest landowners invited to learn about the timber tax
There will be a free informational session on timber tax for forest landowners on Wednesday, February 18 at 6 p.m. at the St. Ignace Public Library.
Bothwell walk-in clinic to open next week
The Bothwell Regional Health Center Board of Trustees made a number of announcements during its board meeting Tuesday night that will have an impact on health care in the area.
State bound: Pioneers edge Enid in regional championship
Drew Blake gave up what would become the tying run to the first batter he faced Monday night at Couch Park.
Barbara Cooney remembered as champion for the arts
Nationally known Sedalia artist and writer Barbara Cooney died Wednesday morning at Bothwell Regional Health Center. Cooney, 82, was a patron of the arts for decades and contributed much to
This Bangor school secludes and restrains kids more than almost any other in Maine
The U.S. Department of Education says seclusion and restraints don’t work. This Bangor school still uses them.
10 candidates vying for 5 spots on Pennsbury school board
Four incumbents and six newcomers are on the ballot for the May 21 primary.
Found on a frozen lake, she waits in jail with her ‘ghosts,’ unable to pay $500
The growth of Maine's jail population has been driven not by an increase in people serving sentences for crimes but an increase in the number of prisoners like this woman who are being held prior to their conviction.