NEPA's own 'Diva of dissonance' will now howl from silver screen
She had an unforgettable voice, the kind of coloratura soprano that only comes along once in a generation. In this case, that?s a fortunate thing.
POLICE BLOTTER: Dec. 4
Florence ¬ ¬ Nov. 21 at 10:25 p.m., Daniel Conrad, 26, of Bordentown, was charged with drunken driving, reckless driving and urinating in public.
CRANBURY: Cranbury Museum to host Christmas Tea
CRANBURY ? There?s sure to be sugar and spice and cookies (quite nice!) this Sunday at the Cranbury Museum.
FLORENCE: Roebling Museum pays tribute with Build-a-Bridge
FLORENCE ? The Roebling Museum formally launched its Build-A-Bridge campaign on Friday.
Dogwood security officer busted
A Jackson man, working security at Dogwood Festival Mall, is in the Rankin County jail on a contempt of court charge out of Florence tonight, and Flowood police want to know how he got the security job.†That's because the man, 24-year-old Tavon Dorsey-Hurtt, has a lengthy criminal history.
Florence man going to prison after shooting neighbor who threatened his dogs
According to Madison/Rankin County District Attorney Michael Guest, in the early morning hours of July 4, 2013, the Rankin County Sheriff's Department responded to 144 Oak Street after a 911 call reported a shooting at the home.†
Plea for top-10 VCE heeded by Shelford Girls' Grammar
In her start-of-year speech, Shelford Girls' Grammar captain Florence Potter rallied her class to break the school into the top-10 VCE performers.
Mary Ann Mobley funeral services set
Funeral services will be held Monday, December 15 for Mary Ann Mobley and visitation will be Sunday evening.
The 100 best novels: No 66 ? Joy in the Morning by PG Wodehouse (1946)
PG Wodehouse?s elegiac Jeeves novel, written during his disastrous years in wartime Germany, remains his masterpiece For PG Wodehouse, this novel, completed amid the horrors of wartime Germany, was something of a miracle, ?the supreme Jeeves novel of all time?, he wrote. Defying gravity, English literature?s ?performing flea? effortlessly reminded his postwar readers of a world whose day was ...
Good Food Month's Joanna Savill to retire
It was in Italy's gastronomical heartland of Bologna in the early 1970s that the outgoing director of Good Food Month Joanna Savill discovered that being obsessed with food was "absolutely OK."Ms Savill was the inaugural director of the Sydney International Food Festival, which Fairfax launched in October, 2009, whch later resumed its original name Good Food Month presented by Citi. It has since ...