Additional charges were lodged against an Alabama man who last October was charged by the district attorney’s office with DUI, vehicular homicide and vehicular assault. Read moreAlabama man faces additional charges
The Elk Valley Times has selected sophomore Abby Bryan as the 2023 Lincoln County Falcons Girls Basketball MVP. Bryan averaged 14.8 points and 6.8 rebounds per game for the Lady Falcons. Read moreEVT selects Bryan as Lady Falcons’ basketball MVP
Flintville Volunteer Fire Department is hosting its Music Festival and Fish Fry at 11 a.m. Saturday, April 22 inside the Flintville Fire Department and community center. All-you-can-eat meals are $13 per plate, and live music will continue throughout the day. No advance tickets are needed. … Read moreBenefit music festival and fish fry set for April 22
Imagine walking into your living room and the sofa has moved plus the bookcase is leaning on a different wall. That's what listening to U2's new album is like. “Songs of Surrender” is a “reimagining” of 40 songs from the Irish quartet’s deep catalogue, cleverly presented from “One” to “40.” Think of it as a home makeover. There are triumphs and a few fumbles but a growing realization that the architecture of these songs is strong indeed. The new “Vertigo” has slight Middle Eastern instrumentations and an acoustic guitar-driven “Sunday Bloody Sunday” sounds more like a coffee-house prayer than a strident demand, but they’re still gorgeous.
Tourists in Rome checking out the Pantheon, Italy’s most-visited cultural site, will soon be charged a 5-euro ($5.28) entrance fee under an agreement between Italian culture and church officials. The country's Culture Minister said Thursday that the move was a matter of “good sense.” The introduction of an entrance fee comes five years after a previous government shelved plans to start charging visitors 2 euros. Proceeds will be split, with the culture ministry receiving 70% and the Rome diocese 30%, officials say. Entrance will be free to Rome residents, minors, people attending Mass and personnel of the basilica, among others. No date was given for the introduction of the fee.
A former top editor of an Orthodox Jewish newspaper in New York City has been arrested on charges that he interfered with police officers who were trying to protect the U.S. Capitol from a mob of Donald Trump supporters on Jan. 6. The FBI says 39-year-old Elliot Resnick was chief editor of The Jewish Press when he joined the mob that stormed the Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021. Resnick was arrested Thursday on charges including assault of or interference with law enforcement. The FBI says Resnick grabbed and held the arm of a Capitol police sergeant who was spraying a chemical irritant to prevent rioters from entering the building.
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Editor’s note: This is the seventh in a series of Q&As with the teachers who have been chosen by Lincoln County Schools, Fayetteville City Schools and Riverside Christian Academy as teachers of the year. Read moreTeacher of the Year: Lincoln County High School