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Aug 17, 2018

Sonya M. Ambrose

Ambrose is survived by her husband, Kenneth W. Ambrose, of Bethany Beach, Del.; a brother, Basil Macknik of Wilmington, Del.; three nephews, Bob Halstead, Ed Gsell and Mike Marine; a niece, Suzanne Halstead Hoffmann; and three great-nephews, John E. Hoffmann, Tristan Hoffmann and Ryan Gsell. A funeral service was to be held Aug. 14, 2018, officiated by the Rev. Bruce Miller at Bishop-Hastings Funeral Home in Selbyville, Del., with burial at Gate of Heaven Cemetery in Dagsboro, Del. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to the giver's favorite charity. Condolences may be sent online at Sonya M. Ambrose Sonya M. Ambrose of South Bethany, Del., died Tuesday, Aug. 7, 2018, at Beebe Healthcare in Lewes, Del. She was born in Mahanoy, Pa., the youngest daughter among the eight children of the late Very Rev. Basil J. Macknik and Mary (Tokay) Macknik. Ambrose retired from work as an executive secretary at Hercules. She was a loving aunt who always found time for her nieces and nephews when they sought her out, which was often. She was known for her sharp-witted sense of humor and thoughtful, practical advice. Ambrose was always fun to be around and hosted many wonderful parties for family and friends. In her youth, she was a beautiful and talented Ukrainian folk-dancer. She will be remembered for her love of music, fine gourmet cooking and elegant gardening at her beloved South Bethany beach house, and as her husband's faithful traveling, boating and fishing companion. In addition to her parents, Ambrose was preceded in death by her brothers Tom and Ted, and her sisters, Ann, Olaine, Mary and Evelyn. Ambrose is survived by her husband, Kenneth W. Ambrose, of Bethany Beach, Del.; a brother, Basil Macknik of Wilmington, Del.; three nephews, Bob Halstead, Ed Gsell and Mike Marine; a niece, Suzanne Halstead Hoffmann; and three great-nephews, John E. Hoffmann, Tristan Hoffmann and Ryan Gsell. A funeral service was to be held Aug. 14, 2018, officiated by the Rev. Bruce Miller at Bishop-Hastings Funeral Home in Selbyville, Del., with burial at Gate of Heaven Cemetery in Dagsboro, Del. In li...

Oct 21, 2016

Front Porch: Caldwell's Lorie Jakubowski honored with Good Neighbor Award for garden

Every year, the Nampa Garden Club gives a Good Neighbor Award to a resident and a business that, according to Club President Linda Halstead, “creates a yard that beautifies not only their homes or business, but the neighborhoods, as well.” With that said, Halstead wrote to us to say this year’s award for a residence went to Laurie Jakubowski, who lives at 3821 S. 10th Ave. in Caldwell! Now, I haven’t had the chance to see this year’s winner in person, though I’d love to do a drive-by, so please realize that nearly everything I’m about to say comes through Linda (who really knows her stuff, by the way). Laurie’s yard showcases a collection — nay, a riot — of flowers. Visitors see verbenas, zinnias, coleus, mallow, amaryllis, potato vines, heliotrope, hibiscus, lantana, citronella geraniums, humming bird nymph and hibiscus mahogany (Linda said she’d thought these were Japanese maples, but it turns out they’re a non-flowering hibiscus), among other plants. Apparently (and I can see why!) the garden is a bit of a lesson in plant species for club members. The containers Laurie uses are creative, and Linda s... (Idaho Press-Tribune)

Sep 7, 2016

Another golden success for Halstead in Bloom

It was another day of glorious gold for Halstead in Bloom’s (HIB) dedicated volunteers this week as the town was awarded gold for its floral displays as well as being handed several prizes in the annual Anglia in Bloom competition on Tuesday. Halstead won gold, best town and best overall entry, while Halstead Public Gardens also won gold and was named as best medium size park. The gardens are owned and managed by Braintree District Council with HIB volunteers helping out. Julia Smith, HIB secretary, said: “The whole town benefits from joint working with county, district and town council and volunteers all working for Halstead.” She added: “The team is thrilled to bits to be given a gold award and named as best town for the eighth year in a row and to regain the accolade of being best overall entry in the six counties of the Anglia in Bloom region. “It is perhaps even more special in this the 20th anniversary year of Anglia in Bloom. We know that there were many excellent entries from villages, towns and cities and it is f... (Suffolk Free Press)

Jul 5, 2016

Lancaster County Police Log: Sunday, July 3, 2016

Regester threatened a bar patron and then police officers after being asked to leave the club. ADAMSTOWN: Bryan Schweitzer, 32, and Mark Halstead, 59, both of Adamstown, were charged with disorderly conduct after a 9 a.m. incident July 1 in the first block of East Main Street in which police said the men were fighting about one spraying weed killer on the other’s flowers. DRUG CHARGES LANCASTER: Charles Spidle, 34, of Lancaster, was charged with possession of heroin, possession of drug paraphernalia and public drunkenness after police said he was staggering and stumbling on the sidewalk in the 200 block of North Charlotte Street just before 10 p.m. June 27, police reported. EAST HEMPFIELD TWP.: Donald Patrick Hanafin Jr., 56, of Reinholds, was charged with possession of a controlled substance, disorderly conduct and public drunkenness after police were called June 21 to the Travelodge on Columbia Avenue for a report of someone acting strangely. HARASSMENT EAST HEMPFIELD TWP.: Nathan Hargrove, 18, of Columbia, was cited with harassment after a June 27 domestic incident in the 3300 block of Columbia Avenue, police reported. HIT-AND-RUN MANHEIM TWP.: Tyreek S. Gardner, 19, no known address, was charged with vehicle theft, hit-and-run and related charges following a 11:17 a.m. incident July 1 in the 1800 block of Fruitville Pike in which police said Gardner was driving a vehicle that had been reported stolen, fled from police, was struck by a vehicle heading south on Fruitville Pike and then fled on foot before being apprehended, police said. Gardner was arraigned by District Judge Rodney Hartman and committed to Lancaster County Prison in lieu of $40,000 cash bail. OPEN LEWDNESS WEST HEMPFIELD TWP.: Ronald E. Barninger, 64, of Marietta, was charged after an officer discovered him in a vehicle wearing only his underwear and exposing himself at Breezyview Park on Route 441 on June 30, police said. ROBBERY CHARGES LANCASTER: Kaeibiala Amen Allen, 18, of the 400 block of Fremont Street, was charged with robbery and theft near his home June 17. Allen slapped a 61-year-old man across the face and took his cellphone as the man was standing in the 400 block of Fremont Street, police said. He was committed to Lancaster County Prison in lieu of $20,000 bail. LANCASTER: A man told police that just before 1 p.m. June 27 two women forcibly took cash from him in the first block of Conestoga Street. SHOTS FIRED LANCASTER: Police responded just before 1:30 a.m. June 16 to reports of shots fired in the area of South Reservoir and New Dauphin Stre... (LancasterOnline)

Apr 22, 2016

OUR TOWN: Our Town is active nearly every day

New Baltimore, MI 48047. A account exists as well. Follow the Our Town column each week for an update.DON’T MISS DENNIS Halstead April 21: The New Baltimore Historical Society is proud to host Mr. Halstead, a retired submarine sailor who served on the U.S. Nautilus. His interesting words will cover the "History of the American Submarine Force and How Submarines Have Changed Naval Warfare." Held at First Congregational Church, 36223 Alfred, corner of Base, at 7 p.m., Our Town is invited. As readers will remember, Mr. Halstead was once the owner of Anchor Bay Pharmacy, now Fin’s. Admission is $1 and refreshments will be available.EMILY DEHEM IS American Patriotic Art Contest winner: In a competition sponsored by VFW Post 7573 Ladies Auxiliary, locally, Emily was inspired by the song, "America, the Beautiful" and painted the majestic purple mountains and amber waves of grain. An Anchor Bay High sophomore, she is the daughter of Jim and Kathy Dehem, owners of Biggby Coffee in Our Town. Her work will be entered in the state contest in June. Congratulations to Emily from Our Town.GRAND PACIFIC HOUSE Museum now open: Wednesdays and Saturdays, noon to 2 p.m., are the days and times when the newly decorated museum will welcome visitors to the site at 51065 Washington, across from Huntington Bank. Stop by and say "hello." Host New Baltimore Historical Society is celebrating the museum's 30th birthday, the Society's 40th birthday and the building's 135th birthday at a huge birthday party at their History Fair on Sept. 10. The gift shop has interesting items for purchase including T-shirts depicting the former water tower, the "New Baltimore" book and the "Ira Township" book, colorful mugs and salsa. (The museum is one of the best kept secrets in Our Town. But it's alright to tell everyone about it.) Enjoy the experience of seeing Our T... (New Baltimore Voice Newspapers)

Jan 8, 2016

Holy Innocents' Episcopal wins Crusader Classic

Catholic 5 7 6 10—25 LOUISVILLE-WAGGONER —Kirby 4, Hill 4, Taylor 8, Kakson 4, Hobbs 8, Knight 4, Shappel 2, Kirtholin 8. CATHOLIC (4-10) —Trace Halstead 9, Ryan Flowers 4, Penda Wiggins 11, K.T. Teamer 1, Alec Grimes 3. Choctaw beats Navarre for title Diante Smith led all scorers with 19 points and the rest of Choctaw’s lineup had a balanced combination attack as the Indians beat Navarre 73-55 in the championship game of the Northwest Florida Shootout in Fort Walton Beach. Tre Baker led Navarre (9-6) with 18 points. The Raiders trailed by only three points at the half, but Choctaw went on a 21-11 tear in the third quarter to seal the game. NWF Shootout At Choctaw Choctaw 73, Navarre 55 Navarre 15 15 11 14—55 Choctaw 16 17 21 19—73 NAVARRE (9-6) — Bracy 2, Harvey 4, Paige 13, Fletcher 4, Baker 8, Wylie 13, Little 3, Richardson 4, Jones 4. CHOCTAW (13-5) — Fuller 16, Thomas 7, Millet 8, Rodgers 7, Smith 19, Williams 7, Sams 9. NEXT: Navarre at Catholic on Tuesday. Girls Basketball Mt. Zion (Ga.) High used a third-quarter run to sink Washington High in the final day Wednesday of the annual Ball ‘N Powher Tournament in Montgomery, Ala. Kaloni Pryear led Washington (11-5) with 11 points. The Wildcats played two games in the tournament. They lost Tuesday to Montgomery-Robert E. Lee, one of the ranked teams in Alabama. BallN Powher Tourney At Montgomery, Ala. Mt. Zion 48, Washington 35 Mt. Zion 6 8, 16 18—48 Washington 7 11 6 11—35 MT. ZION — T.Juhan 15, Ransom 8, Holder 10, T.Juhan 9,Marist 2, Tilley 5. WASHINGTON (11-5) — Brea Rich 4, Kaloni Pryear 11, Lauren Walker 4, Gabby Lawrence 6, Dazhnique Gould 2, Jayila Roberts 8. Read or Share this story: ... (Pensacola News Journal)