Basketball team helps serve meals at Salvation Army Thanksgiving dinner

Volunteers of all ages came out on Thursday to serve food and spending time with those who may not otherwise have any company for the holiday.


Firefighters arrived at the home on Carlisle Avenue to find smoke coming from the roof.


Several stores will open on Thanksgiving Day to offer deep discounts to shoppers. Others will wait until Black Friday.


Gusty winds will greet holiday shoppers across our region.



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