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Updated at 7:47 PM

LITTLE FALLS — Ellen H. Larson, formerly of Little Falls and Herkimer, passed away peacefully on Thursday, Dec. 11, 2014, in Pensacola, Florida.Her daughter, Mary Anne Holland, and her husband, Leo, of Pensacola, Florida, survive her.A memorial service will be held at a later date at the convenience of the family. Interment will take place in Fairview Cemetery, town of Little Falls.Arrangements are by Chapman-Moser Funeral Home, Inc., 42 N. Ann St., Little Falls.

Posted at 7:00 PM

The head of a Cleveland police union says the officers involved in the fatal shooting of a 12-year-old boy last month were not told by a dispatcher that the gun might be a toy or the suspect a child as initially relayed by a 911 caller.

Posted at 7:05 PM

Hallelujah! We now have a date for the second coming... of producer Mark Burnett's religious...

Posted at 7:05 PM

When Donald Glover announced the he was leaving his television job as Troy on Community, it...

Updated at 5:25 PM

How many cheese boards does one family really need?How many stuffed Santas can be squeezed into a single dwelling before zoning regulations are compromised.

Updated at 5:19 PM

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Updated at 5:18 PM

HERKIMER — A flood mitigation project, a village pool and a baseball park are among the projects slated to receive funding in the fourth round of regional economic development grants announced Thursday.

Posted at 5:00 PM

The Geminid meteor shower is the most visible meteor shower of the year, according to iflscience.com, with up to 120 sighting per hour.

Updated at 4:45 PM

MOHAWK — A state law regarding recycling and reuse of electronic equipment goes into effect Jan. 1 and Mohawk village officials plan to take steps to make sure local residents are aware of its impact.

Updated at 4:34 PM

A shooter wounded two boys and a girl outside an alternative high school Friday in what may be a gang-related attack, Portland police said.

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