“This is another indictment resulting from an undercover online investigation conducted by a prosecutor’s office investigator.” – Prosecutor Jim Flaiz
Ditch the GPS. It’s ruining your brain.
Brain behavior changes when people rely on turn-by-turn directions.
Zimmerman Trail closed for work over the weekend, next week
You'll need to find a different way up and down the Rims this weekend.
Run, Walk, Crawl for 1/8 Mile in Barnegat Light and Help the LBI Rotary
By DAVID BIGGY | May 29, 2019 File Photo by: Ryan Morrill Surf City — Run like a cheetah, crawl like a snail, or walk like an Egyptian. It doesn’t really matter how you get from Barnegat Lighthouse to the Eighth Street pavilion in Barnegat Light, just do it, and in the process help raise funds for the LBI Rotary Club during its third annual 1/8 Mile Run on Saturday, June 8 The event starts at 2 p.m. – and ends soon after, unlike the 18 Mile Run – and participants can gather afterward at Kubel’s, where prizes will be dealt and free appetizers available. And while you’re there, why not throw on some goofy attire? Of course, dressing up like a cheetah, snail or Egyptian is optional. The event is held rain…
The New Rules of Middle Age, Written by Women
As a new wave of women step into their mid-centuries, books reimagining female midlife are striking a chord. “We’re not going to do our 50s the way everyone’s telling us we’re supposed to,” author Candace Bushnell says.
FBI agents raid Lovelace Drugs in Ocean Springs
Federal officials led a raid Lovelace Drugs in downtown Ocean Springs on the MS Gulf Coast. The longtime pharmacy closed when Fred’s bought CVS, and reopened in 2018 with a 1950s-style soda fountain.
Middletown man faces animal cruelty charges in guinea pig molestation case
A Middletown man facing charges that he sexually abused a guinea pig in a pet store parking lot last month has denied any wrongdoing and said he was only trying
What Happened to Jennifer Dulos? Connecticut Police Hunt for Missing Woman
A 50-year-old Connecticut woman in a fierce custody battle with her husband over their five children, who said she feared he might kidnap them and …
Vici hosting Barn Quilt Bonanza
The Second annual Barn Quilt Bonanza is coming up in the Vici City Hall on June 14 and 15 The family event consists of several contests, including a Barn Quilt Coloring Contest for ages 5 through 12 in which first through 10th place winners will receive cash prizes. There will also be on-site Barn Quilt Painting, Show and Sale, Bring Your Best, and a Special Award for the best Western theme. Oklahoma Cooperative Extension Service (OCES) Educators Lynda Latta from Ellis County, Rhonda DeVor from Woodward County, Jean Bailey from Dewey and Harper Counties, and Retired District Program Specialist Recia Garcia have been working for the past few years to spark the love of barn quilts to area communities. “Because we are such a rural area and are surrounded by large amounts of…
Louisa police chief seeks higher office
Ronnie Roberts was four days into his campaign for Albemarle County sheriff when he was told his mother was diagnosed with stage four cancer. Not only is Roberts, the Louisa Town Police chief, now responsible for his mother’s care, but he also is entrusted with managing affairs for his father, who has dementia. Since a