Grandma who hid children in abuse case free on bail | News

HAVERHILL – A grandmother who was recently missing with six grandchildren for several days until police found them safe in Randolph has been released on a number of conditions following a hearing on Monday in Haverhill District Court. Deborah Conway, 58, of Dorchester was initially charged in Haverhill District Court on May 15 on two … Read more

Chicago man acquitted of murder conviction sentenced to 10 years for robbery

CROWN POINT, Ind. – A Chicago man whose 2021 murder conviction was overturned was sentenced to 10 years on Thursday for armed robbery in September at the Hammond, Indiana, Walmart. Gerald Reed, 59, was originally charged with armed robbery, attempted armed robbery, unlawful possession of a firearm as a felon and resisting law enforcement. The … Read more

In the past: Walmart announced construction plans in 2008 | News

15 years Walmart announced plans to build a superstore behind the Logansport Mall. The City of Logansport has launched a new program on its website that provides information about burials at Mt. Hope. Vandals left graffiti and damage at the River Bluff trail, Little Turtle Waterway, and the Reading Railroad home in Spencer Park. A … Read more

A man arrested in Bellmead was wanted for assault, on bail for burglary

A man arrested last week on charges of robbery at a Walmart in Bellmead was out on bail at the time following a burglary arrest in December, and was wanted as of January on a warrant of lethal conduct. Bellmead police arrested Patrick Emmanuel Lucas on Friday on suspicion of stealing products worth about $119 … Read more

Parents, grandmother of missing children in court this week | Haverhill

HAVERHILL — The Haverhill parents of six children who were reported missing last week but were brought to safety on Saturday night were in court on Tuesday for hearings to decide whether they posed a danger to the public and should be held without bail or released on bail. Police allege the couple abused their … Read more

COLUMN: Working to Protect Children in Texas | Columnists

Last Friday night, the Texas House of Representatives passed Senate Bill 14 to stop the sex reassignment of children in the state of Texas. I felt great relief after voting for this bill. I truly believe this is one more way to protect Texas’ greatest resource: our children. We postponed the vote after outbursts and … Read more

A schoolchildren liked going to | Local news

NORTH MANKATO – The 130 kids from the inaugural fishing school at the Governor’s Fishing Opener learned an important lesson about fishing upon arrival Friday at Spring Lake Park: If it’s fish opener weekend, chances are it’s going to rain. But the occasional rain in North Mankato Park couldn’t dampen the enthusiasm, as groups of … Read more

Commission examines possible regulation to remove carts | News

Abandoned shopping carts are piling up in the city and the city council hopes to work with local businesses to solve the problem of the ‘plague’. The council’s business and community affairs committee debated Thursday night whether to confiscate the carts, charge shopkeepers a fee or provide duffel bags or lockers to those who steal … Read more

DAVID SHRIBMAN: Weighing forgiveness among leaders in national politics | Opinion

A commutation of a socialist convicted of sedition. A pardon from a president criticized for violating the Constitution. A former president indicted on 34 counts and facing multiple additional lawsuits. Can any of these elements be connected, and would the country be better off if they were? The mere suggestion is enough to unleash furies … Read more

Liz Cheney speaks at the University of Virginia

Former U.S. Representative Liz Cheney divides her fellow Republicans who refused to impeach former President Donald Trump into two categories: “bystanders” and “enablers.” “We need to demand more from our politics,” Cheney said Wednesday at the University of Virginia during a talk hosted by the school’s Center for Politics. There is speculation that Cheney may … Read more