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The Center Against Sexual and Domestic Violence will hold its "Fall Into Giving Drive" next week. CASDA representatives will be outside the Harborview Super One Foods at 2202 E. Second St. to accept donations 1-6 p.m. Oct. 5-7. The nonprofit organization, based in Superior, provides emergency shelter, advocacy and legal services, support group and more to individuals hurt by domestic violence, sexual assault and child abuse. CASDA is in need of gift cards in any amount, nonperishable foods, household cleaners, household items and over-the-counter medications.
The new state budget includes an item disappointing to bicycling advocates and some local officials.
Strange things have been seen at Wentworth Gardens this month -- a shadowy shape, a bright flash of a figure, a ghostly apparition popping out of a wall.
City officials are seeking feedback on a proposed ordinance that would require carbon monoxide detectors with 10-year non-replaceable, non-removable batteries in all rental properties in Superior by 2020. The city hosts a public meeting on the ordinance from 6-7:30 p.m. Oct. 5 at Superior Public Library, 1530 Tower Ave. Anyone who has a stake, concern or issue with the proposed ordinance is encouraged to attend. Councilors, building and fire inspectors, Fire Chief Steve Panger and Mayor Jim Paine are expected to attend.
It's the first day of fall, a time for colorful leaves, cool nights and the wind-down of rummage sale season.
Lightning struck an assisted living facility in the village of Superior this morning and started the residence on fire.
Graham Franklin Garfield, 26, faces one felony count of first-degree recklessly endangering safety and misdemeanor counts of operate firearm while intoxicated, intentionally point firearm at person and disorderly conduct -- all domestic abuse charges.
A retired educator from Superior was among the American Red Cross volunteers in the path of Hurricane Maria.
Five years ago, the matches began. Adults and young people were paired up through newly minted Mentor Superior. The nonprofit organization is committed to placing positive adults in the lives of youth in need of a mentor. Since it began, Mentor Superior has served more than 70 youth in Superior. Today, 45 youngsters are paired with adult mentors through the program. They go to movies, swim, ride trains, hike, visit museums and play basketball together, learning from each other.
Dollar General spokeswoman Angela Petkovic said the new store is slated to open in the winter of 2018, depending on construction progress. It will employ up to 10 people.