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Andrew Lelling also eyeing run for Massachusetts governor, sources say

Add former U.S. Attorney Andrew Lelling to the list of might-be candidates in the upcoming governor’s race — with sources close to the moderate Republican saying he’s “seriously” considering a run. “With Baker and Polito both out, he’s tempted,” a source close to the Trump-appointed former U.S. attorney told the...
MASSACHUSETTS STATE
Plainview Daily Herald

Former, current staff members pay tribute to College Hill campus

Former (and current) Plainview ISD students who gathered downtown Thursday may have seen some familiar faces from their past walking with the parade route with College Hill’s float. A group of former and current College Hill educators came together for the float, named “A Wrinkle In Time,” intended to pay...
PLAINVIEW, TX
celtsarehere.com

Postecoglou Names Two Stars Who Are A Big Driving Force On The Pitch

Looking at the squad at the beginning of the summer, it is fair to say it would be tough for Celtic fans to pick out many leaders within the group of players. Leadership appeared to be a real issue for the squad last season, both on and off the park, despite still having Scott Brown who’s time at the club was coming to an end after a 14-year stay.
SPORTS
Brown Daily Herald

Demolition remains ongoing on Brook Street dorm site

Six weeks after work began on the site of two planned residence halls on Brook Street, demolition of existing properties on the sites is now underway. A house located at 247 Brook St. was demolished and removed the week of Nov. 15, according to Paul Deitel, assistant vice president for planning, design and construction. Two houses on Charlesfield Street will be demolished next week, and removal of a mini-mall structure that used to house businesses including Bagel Gourmet and East Side Mini Mart will begin the week after, as long as the University obtains demolition permits from the City of Providence.
PROVIDENCE, RI
Lewiston Morning Tribune

High school student turns self in after causing lockdown

BELLINGHAM Wash. — The student who reportedly brought a weapon to Ferndale High School, forcing the school into a three-hour lockdown Wednesday, turned himself in to law enforcement Thursday, the Ferndale School District and Police Department reported. The weapon also was seized and was confirmed to be a BB gun,...
BELLINGHAM, WA

Ange Postecoglou confirms Celtic transfer exit plans

Coming into the campaign, most people expected this to be a transitional season for Celtic. After all, they had finished 25 points behind the Rangers in the Premiership last season and had not managed to win a single trophy. And in the beginning, it did look like that was going to be the case, as the Hoops appeared to be struggling to adjust to Ange Postecoglou’s style of football.
SOCCER
Grand Forks Herald

New electric vehicle charger is East Grand Forks’ first

A new charging station for electric vehicles installed in East Grand Forks last month is the first in the city and the 11th in the Grand Cities area. The Minnesota Municipal Power Agency, a group of public utilities that supplies electricity to East Grand Forks and 11 other member cities, paid $16,000 to install a dual-port EnelX JuiceBox in a city-owned parking lot behind the River Cinema on DeMers Avenue.
theherald.online

Mistletoe Market will kick off the Christmas spirit in Quincy this weekend

Artisans, creators and merchants from all over Gadsden County and beyond will be gathered to display their wares and finely crafted works during the Quincy. Online content is provided to The Herald Subscribers. Get in the know about Gadsden County, get a paper and access to the website, and support local jobs with an annual subscription to The Herald.
POLITICS
Brown Daily Herald

UCS holds special elections for UFB vice chair position

The Undergraduate Council of Students held internal elections for the recently vacated Undergraduate Finance Board vice chair position at its last general body meeting of the fall semester Wednesday evening. Before hearing speeches from the candidates, UCS treasurer Ritiika Avarrsekar ’23 spoke about the importance of the UFB vice chair...
COLLEGES
theherald.online

Chili Cook-Off and Car Cruise-In to raise money for Havana Police Department’s Christmas toy drive

Each December, the community of Gadsden County has the opportunity to make Christmas special for local children by donating a new, unwrapped toy or making. Online content is provided to The Herald Subscribers. Get in the know about Gadsden County, get a paper and access to the website, and support local jobs with an annual subscription to The Herald.
CHARITIES
theherald.online

Mugs & Music to be held in downtown Havana

On Saturday, December 11, the Havana Shade Tobacco Museum will be hosting its first community-wide holiday social event, “Mugs & Music.” This event will feature. Online content is provided to The Herald Subscribers. Get in the know about Gadsden County, get a paper and access to the website, and support local jobs with an annual subscription to The Herald.
MUSIC
Brown Daily Herald

GSC discusses utilization of CAPS resources, state of student committees at last general body meeting of the semester

Jamall Pollock, who serves as the graduate student-focused Counseling and Psychological Services provider, encouraged graduate students to utilize University counseling resources at the final Graduate Student Council general body meeting of the semester Wednesday evening. As part of an initiative put in place this semester to distinguish graduate student counseling...
EDUCATION
theherald.online

United Way distributes 700 turkeys in Gadsden County over Thanksgiving

On Saturday, November 20 – just in time for Thanksgiving – volunteers with the United Way of the Big Bend distributed a total of 700. Online content is provided to The Herald Subscribers. Get in the know about Gadsden County, get a paper and access to the website, and support local jobs with an annual subscription to The Herald.
GADSDEN COUNTY, FL
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