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William Campbell, 97; service set

In the early morning of Wednesday, Dec. 1, 2021, William “Bill” Campbell reached his final curtain at the age of 97. His funeral service is at 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 12 at Saint Paul’s Episcopal Church in Beaufort. Burial will follow at Greenwood Cemetery, in Morehead City. Bill was born...
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Newberry Christmas Parade lineup

NEWBERRY — The following is the lineup for the Newberry Christmas Parade, hosted by the Newberry Jaycees, which will take place at 1 p.m. on Dec 4, with lineup beginning at 11 a.m. 1. Grand Marshal Coach Phil Strickland. 2. Grand Marshal Coach Todd Knight. 3. NHS JROTC. 4. Girl...
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LaGrange Daily News

Santa to make stops in Troup Co. this weekend

The holidays are here, and this weekend has plenty of family-fun events to do, including visits with Santa Claus. Here’s a list of some events for the weekend:. Santa will appear at the LaGrange Mall starting Friday, noon to 7 p.m. Santa will return to the mall on Saturday from 1 to 6 p.m. and Sunday from 2 to 7 p.m. For more information and times for Santa’s upcoming mall visits, visit
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Car Involved In Holbrook Crash Was Stolen From Amazon Driver, Police Say

HOLBROOK (CBS) – The car that crashed after a police chase in Holbrook on Thursday was stolen from an Amazon driver, police say. When the car crashed in front of Saint John’s Episcopal Church, officers found a trunk full of undelivered packages. The suspects ran into nearby woods but were quickly captured. Police arrested 18-year-old Romulald Bernard of Randolph who faces several charges including failing to stop at a stop sign and receiving stolen property. Two juvenile males ages 16 and 17 were also arrested and charged, one of them already had outstanding arrest warrants.

Man arrested for punching his pregnant girlfriend: Shaker Heights police blotter

SHAKER HEIGHTS, Ohio -- Domestic violence: Warrensville Center Road. At 3 a.m. Dec. 2, officers were dispatched to the 3000 block of Warrensville Center Road, where they learned that, during an argument, a Bedford man, 27, had punched his pregnant girlfriend, 26, of Shaker Heights. Police arrested the man for domestic violence. The woman was transported to a local hospital.

War of 1812 colonel honored in Forest

FOREST, Va. (WDBJ) - One man’s military service was honored nearly 170 years after his death Friday. Col. Gerard Alexander was honored at St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church in Forest. He was colonel of the 89th Regiment of the Virginia Militia during the War of 1812. He went on to be...

COVID report: 298 new cases, 2 additional deaths

The Amarillo Public Health Department reported an increase of 298 new COVID-19 cases and two more deaths in Friday's COVID-19 report card. That brings the total number of cases in Potter and Randall counties to 51,676 and the total number of deaths to 945 since the beginning of the pandemic in March 2020.

SJEDS Student help outreach ministry

San Jose Episcopal Day School’s 2nd Annual Friendly Food Competition Collection amassed an amazing 3,110 food and necessity items to benefit the Food Pantry, an outreach ministry of St. Mary’s Episcopal Church. Sixth-grade managed the project under the direction of their teachers, Katie Foster and Natalie Inclan. During the week-long event, all homeroom classes vied with each other for the top collector prize. The end result of the collection was a spectacular, mountainous display that included can-lined pathways illuminated by twinkle lights.
Ironton Tribune

Ironton Church Walk set for tonight

The Lawrence County Historical Society will hold the annual Christmas Candlelight Walking Tour of the downtown Ironton historical churches today at 5 p.m. The tour will visit eight historic churches and end at the Lawrence County Museum for refreshments. Each church will present a 10-minute program, with 10-minutes travel time...
Times Union

Patrick Rielly, champion for the disabled, dies at 75

ALBANY — Patrick J. Rielly, a business executive described by friends and colleagues as a champion for people with disabilities, died Nov. 27 at Albany Medical Center after a brief illness. He was 75. A Troy native, Rielly grew up in Watervliet and spent most of his adult life as...

Warm Sounds Of Grace Episcopal Church Bells Ringing Again

Paris, Tenn.–After being silent for over two decades, the bells at Grace Episcopal Church in downtown Paris are once again ringing out for all to hear. For church officials and members, it’s been a journey to restore the cast bronze bells in the historic bell tower which was erected in 1895.
Sandusky Register

Church briefs for Dec. 4-5

• On Sunday, First Congregational United Church of Christ, at 1158 Cleveland Road in the Sandusky Plaza, continues in the season of Advent with Tim Work and Janine Dress lighting the second candle (peace) in the Advent wreath at the 10 a.m. service. All are welcome. The building is totally accessible. For more information, call 419-625-8105.

There’s no place like Corry for Christmas

The Corry community will be sparkling bright this weekend as the city’s events to usher in the Christmas season begin tonight. While the details of events have been out for a couple of weeks, more things have been finalized in the last couple of days as members of the Corry Area Chamber of Commerce and the Corry Downtown Business Association kick into high gear.

2021 ornament features Gingerbread Village

The Middlebury Lions Club holiday ornament, which fell victim last year to the COVID-19 pandemic, returns this year featuring one of the town’s favorite events, the St. George’s Episcopal Church annual Gingerbread Village, a tradition now in its 54th year. A limited number of prior years’ ornaments are available. The club also will sell luminarias again this year.

Pope Francis appoints Bishop Badejo, others to Vatican communications’ committee

Pope Francis has appointed Bishop Emmanuel Badejo of the Catholic Diocese of Oyo to the Vatican Dicastery for Communications. The appointment was announced in a statement issued to journalists by Rev. Fr. John Irekiigbe, the Director of Communications, Oyo Diocese, on Friday. The Dicastery of Communications is the administrative department...

2 million DC seminars will receive $ 1 million in grants

Two DC area seminars have each received a million-dollar grant to help train future pastoral leaders. The Virginia Theological Seminary in Alexandria and the Wesley Theological Seminary in the district are among 74 U.S. institutions receiving “Pathways for Tomorrow Initiative” grants from Lilly Endowment, a charity based in Indianapolis. Scholarships...

Trinity Church Wall Street awards more than $20.8 million in grants

Trinity Church Wall Street has announced grants totaling more than $20.8 million, with a focus on advancing racial justice and ending the cycles of mass incarceration and mass homelessness. The grants include more than $6.7 million to nonprofits working in the areas of housing and homelessness, including over $1 million...