Father Kieran Neilson, O.S.B., with Bishop Peter Jugis at the 2015 Jubilarians Mass.BELMONT — Father Kieran A. Neilson, O.S.B., died peacefully at Belmont Abbey on Feb. 27, 2019, strengthened by the sacraments. He was 86.The Benedictine served for nearly 60 years as a priest.His body will be re...
Bogus gun research underpins calls for overreaching gun control
Government’s desire to control us — and to lie to make its case — is the real emergency.
Coatesville doctor on the run sighted near Chester County Hospital
WEST CHESTER—The Coatesville doctor wanted by the U.S. Marshals is desperate and likely homeless, and was sighted this week near the Chester County Hospital.
Police charge man with murder
A Rocky Mount man is accused of shooting an elderly woman in the head Tyquon Marquese Draughn, 21, was charged early Saturday by the Rocky Mount Police Department with first-degree murder and possession of a firearm by a felon Draughn is accused of shooting 65-year-old Sandra Faye Epps of Rocky Mount. The Rocky Mount Communications Center received a shot spotter activation at 12:41 a.m. at 1716 Windsor Drive, said Rocky Mount police Sgt. Brad Summerlin. Police officers responded and located an unresponsive woman at that address. Epps had been shot in the head, according to emergency communications. She died of her injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene. "The Rocky Mount Homicide Unit responded and…
Teen shot in Port Hueneme said to be in critical condition
A 17-year-old was critically injured after getting shot Sunday night in Port Hueneme, authorities said.
Why Do Democrats Get Away With Lying About Guns?
The Fourth Estate has a responsibility to correct Democrats' wild exaggerations and untruths about guns. Yet they rarely do.
The Free-Form Funeral
Led by baby boomers, families are turning to personalized and symbolic memorials to bid farewell to loved ones.
Hypocrisy, Misinformed, or Both: The Anti-Mining 21st Century American
In the last few years, our business has worked on exploration projects and mine sites in approximately 25 different states. Alaska to Hawaii, California to New York, our trucks and
I-24 mudslide: TDOT says new lanes to open on time, traffic to start moving March 15
Round-the-clock work continues on the stretch of I-24 covered in mud after a February landslide north of Nashville.
Feds: St. Rose grad destroyed more than 50 campus computers
ALBANY - A College of St. Rose graduate has been arrested for allegedly using an electronic device to destroy more than 50 computers on campus earlier this month, federal prosecutors said Vishwanath Akuthota, 26, of Albany, was arrested Friday in North Carolina on a warrant charging him with intentionally causing damage to protected computers Akuthota allegedly entered numerous locations around the Saint Rose campus Feb. 14 and used a device known as a "USB killer" to destroy the machines. The device resembles a normal USB stick, but sends a rapid series of power surges into the computer, destroying its components. Akuthota is a citizen of India. He's in the United States on a student visa. According…