The Glocks are lighter than the old Sig Sauers, the police chief says.
The crash destroyed five historic tombstones.
The group and the city have applied for a grant to build a launch, but the area is clear and the river is accessible now.
Fireworks shops have been booming, but safety should be at the top of your list — for both family and friends, and your pets.
Vindicator reporter Jeanne Starmack takes cover behind a car during a police training scenario Thursday in Hubbard. During the training, officers role-play to help them learn to think on their feet. Starmack was confronted with a suicidal man with a gun.
Inmate Paul Fitzpatrick and other inmates of Grafton Correctional Institute spoke to eighth-graders at W.S. Guy Middle School in Liberty Wednesday morning. They once had plenty of choices in life, they said, but now, have none.
It took Joe Spera 18 months to tell the story of his sister’s life, and during that time he recovered his own.
At the Once Upon a Tine Diner, Reading is presented as a treat.
The students learned about teamwork and trust.
The school district sponsored the conversion schools beginning in 2009, but severed ties with them in 2011.