Suspicious Oak Leaf Found

November 24, 2015
Suspicious looking oak leaf

Suspicious looking oak leaf

A suspicious looking oak leaf was found in the historic section of Forestville yesterday. Police responded around 1 p.m. to 911 calls about a suspicious leaf by neighborhood residents. “We thought it odd that an oak leaf would just show up on its own because there are no oak trees in this neighborhood,” said Cookie Genison, who owns a home in the area.

Investigators are still interviewing eyewitnesses and gathering physical evidence at the scene about the rogue leaf. Anyone with information regarding the oak leaf is asked to call the Forestville Police Department.

This comes on the heels of a suspicious looking Ziploc sandwich bag that was found on the side of the road near Broad Street last week.

The empty 6×5 inch clear plastic bag was seen by motorists and pedestrians suspiciously tumbling across the road before settling near a curb. The Major Crimes Unit and the Police Tactical Unit were dispatched and determined after taking X-rays that the zipper storage bag was non-threatening.

Police are at this moment are attempting to determine the owner of the sandwich bag so they can return it to them.

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Determined to be a non-threatening sandwich bag

Determined to be a non-threatening sandwich bag


Due to State Budget Deficit Math, English and Science to be Cut from School

November 23, 2015
Board of Education Building

Board of Education Building

Republicans have long wanted to run government like a business. Therefore, according to sources now that they have control of the town council and the mayor’s office, they are planning on doing just that.

Faced with a growing state deficit, local school systems were told to slash their budgets. As a result town republicans are recommending that because math, english and science classes do not make any money for the school system they must be eliminated from the curriculum.

“The football programs make money. The Booster Clubs make money. Even the AV Clubs make money. Math, English and Science? They don’t make jack they lose money so they have to go,” said Latham Eikel, a republican operative.

Area republicans applauded the decision, “It’s about time we started running government like a business. Until these subjects can produce revenue and turn a profit, I see no reason for them to be taught in school!” remarked a gushing Cookie Genison, a registered republican.

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