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The Shelter Island Reporter
This week in Shelter Island historyIsland … 50 YEARS AGO Division of county topic of radio program Fifty years
This week in Shelter Island history
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 9 hours ago
Island … 50 YEARS AGO Division of county topic of radio program Fifty years ago, representatives of the five East End towns told a WLNG radio audience they were cool to a bid from Brookhaven for part of that town to be included in a new... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
The daredevil heroes bringing ships safely in to Liverpool for 250 yearsto mark the service’s 250th anniversary. The pilotage service is the second ol
The daredevil heroes bringing ships safely in to Liverpool for 250 years
Liverpool Echo / Posted 4 days ago
to mark the service’s 250th anniversary. The pilotage service is the second oldest institution in Liverpool after the Town Corporation – better known now as the city council. And to mark the anniversary, next week it is due to be honoured... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Bloomingdale loses an industrious residentAl (Alfred) Lavoie, whose name was synonymous with efforts to bolster economic
Bloomingdale loses an industrious resident
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 7 days ago
Al (Alfred) Lavoie, whose name was synonymous with efforts to bolster economic development in the borough, died on July 6. For many years Lavoie, 86, chaired the local Industrial Commission, which was the predecessor of the Economic Development... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
Domino effect. Key Lee, Lenox positions vacated due to Sabic leaving Pittsfield.The Lee School Committee and town of Lenox have key positions to fill due to th
Domino effect. Key Lee, Lenox positions vacated due to Sabic leaving Pittsfield.
Berkshire Eagle / Posted 11 days ago
The Lee School Committee and town of Lenox have key positions to fill due to the domino effect of Sabic Innovative Plastics shuttering its Pittsfield headquarters this summer. By month's end, Tiffany Morawiec is leaving the business administrator's... Read more
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The North West Star
Five enchanting places to stay in South AfricaCradled in the arms of rugged mountains and fertile orchards an hour from Cape
Five enchanting places to stay in South Africa
The North West Star / Posted 11 days ago
Cradled in the arms of rugged mountains and fertile orchards an hour from Cape Town is a tiny piece of heaven. Outside South Africa's main cities is a road less travelled that leads the intrepid voyager to vibrant villages and fruitful vales... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Five enchanting places to stay in South AfricaCradled in the arms of rugged mountains and fertile orchards an hour from Cape
Five enchanting places to stay in South Africa
Daily Liberal / Posted 11 days ago
Cradled in the arms of rugged mountains and fertile orchards an hour from Cape Town is a tiny piece of heaven. Outside South Africa's main cities is a road less travelled that leads the intrepid voyager to vibrant villages and fruitful vales... Read more
10 related stories
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The Border Mail
Five enchanting places to stay in South AfricaCradled in the arms of rugged mountains and fertile orchards an hour from Cape
Five enchanting places to stay in South Africa
The Border Mail / Posted 11 days ago
Cradled in the arms of rugged mountains and fertile orchards an hour from Cape Town is a tiny piece of heaven. Outside South Africa's main cities is a road less travelled that leads the intrepid voyager to vibrant villages and fruitful vales... Read more
10 related stories
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Illawarra Mercury
Five enchanting places to stay in South AfricaCradled in the arms of rugged mountains and fertile orchards an hour from Cape
Five enchanting places to stay in South Africa
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 11 days ago
Cradled in the arms of rugged mountains and fertile orchards an hour from Cape Town is a tiny piece of heaven. Outside South Africa's main cities is a road less travelled that leads the intrepid voyager to vibrant villages and fruitful vales... Read more
10 related stories
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The Courier
Five enchanting places to stay in South AfricaCradled in the arms of rugged mountains and fertile orchards an hour from Cape
Five enchanting places to stay in South Africa
The Courier / Posted 11 days ago
Cradled in the arms of rugged mountains and fertile orchards an hour from Cape Town is a tiny piece of heaven. Outside South Africa's main cities is a road less travelled that leads the intrepid voyager to vibrant villages and fruitful vales... Read more
10 related stories
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Northern Daily Leader
Five enchanting places to stay in South AfricaCradled in the arms of rugged mountains and fertile orchards an hour from Cape
Five enchanting places to stay in South Africa
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 11 days ago
Cradled in the arms of rugged mountains and fertile orchards an hour from Cape Town is a tiny piece of heaven. Outside South Africa's main cities is a road less travelled that leads the intrepid voyager to vibrant villages and fruitful vales... Read more
10 related stories
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The Young Witness
Five enchanting places to stay in South AfricaCradled in the arms of rugged mountains and fertile orchards an hour from Cape
Five enchanting places to stay in South Africa
The Young Witness / Posted 11 days ago
Cradled in the arms of rugged mountains and fertile orchards an hour from Cape Town is a tiny piece of heaven. Outside South Africa's main cities is a road less travelled that leads the intrepid voyager to vibrant villages and fruitful vales... Read more
10 related stories
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Western Advocate
Five enchanting places to stay in South AfricaCradled in the arms of rugged mountains and fertile orchards an hour from Cape
Five enchanting places to stay in South Africa
Western Advocate / Posted 11 days ago
Cradled in the arms of rugged mountains and fertile orchards an hour from Cape Town is a tiny piece of heaven. Outside South Africa's main cities is a road less travelled that leads the intrepid voyager to vibrant villages and fruitful vales... Read more
10 related stories
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Kiama Independent
Five enchanting places to stay in South AfricaCradled in the arms of rugged mountains and fertile orchards an hour from Cape
Five enchanting places to stay in South Africa
Kiama Independent / Posted 11 days ago
Cradled in the arms of rugged mountains and fertile orchards an hour from Cape Town is a tiny piece of heaven. Outside South Africa's main cities is a road less travelled that leads the intrepid voyager to vibrant villages and fruitful vales... Read more
10 related stories
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Manning River Times
Five enchanting places to stay in South AfricaCradled in the arms of rugged mountains and fertile orchards an hour from Cape
Five enchanting places to stay in South Africa
Manning River Times / Posted 11 days ago
Cradled in the arms of rugged mountains and fertile orchards an hour from Cape Town is a tiny piece of heaven. Outside South Africa's main cities is a road less travelled that leads the intrepid voyager to vibrant villages and fruitful vales... Read more
10 related stories
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Goondiwindi Argus
Five enchanting places to stay in South AfricaCradled in the arms of rugged mountains and fertile orchards an hour from Cape
Five enchanting places to stay in South Africa
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 11 days ago
Cradled in the arms of rugged mountains and fertile orchards an hour from Cape Town is a tiny piece of heaven. Outside South Africa's main cities is a road less travelled that leads the intrepid voyager to vibrant villages and fruitful vales... Read more
10 related stories
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Manchester Evening News
Inside Manchester's crumbling town hallIt is the jewel in the crown of Manchester's plentiful Victorian architecture:
Inside Manchester's crumbling town hall
Manchester Evening News / Posted 12 days ago
It is the jewel in the crown of Manchester's plentiful Victorian architecture: Alfred Waterhouse's towering, Munich-inspired town hall. Even as someone who regularly pops in and out of the city's largest council offices, the 140-year-old building... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
This week in Shelter Island historyprovide more space for exhibits, record storage and work space for researchers
This week in Shelter Island history
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 14 days ago
provide more space for exhibits, record storage and work space for researchers using its resources. 30 YEARS AGO How is town hiring handled? That was a topic for a spirited discussion 30 years ago at a Town Board meeting when a woman who had... Read more
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The Shawano Leader
Betty M. and Ruben M. Gieseactive in the Shawano County Republican Party. Betty was born on May 8, 1928,
Betty M. and Ruben M. Giese
The Shawano Leader / Posted 16 days ago
active in the Shawano County Republican Party. Betty was born on May 8, 1928, in Red Springs, the daughter of the late Alfred and Alma (Lindow) Richards. She was a member and past secretary and president of Zion Ladies Aid, AAL, Lutheran Women... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
Stockbridge pays farewell tribute to longtime administratorSTOCKBRIDGE >> In an outpouring of appreciation, affection and humor, at
Stockbridge pays farewell tribute to longtime administrator
Berkshire Eagle / Posted 18 days ago
STOCKBRIDGE >> In an outpouring of appreciation, affection and humor, at least 200 townspeople turned out to salute retiring Town Administrator Jorja-Ann P. Marsden at a festive farewell tribute on Wednesday evening. While enjoying an... Read more
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Punto Central Luzon
Punto! Central Luzon -executions in various parts of the country. Mirasol Lavapie-Ramos, 36, a resid
Punto! Central Luzon -
Punto Central Luzon / Posted 18 days ago
executions in various parts of the country. Mirasol Lavapie-Ramos, 36, a resident of Purok 4, Barangay Bacal II, Talavera town, was talking with a woman at a barbecue stand along the national road in the adjacent sitio when shot by unidentified... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
This week in Shelter Island historyover to the SCWA, that is something that has long been resisted and seems unlik
This week in Shelter Island history
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 20 days ago
over to the SCWA, that is something that has long been resisted and seems unlikely to happen. 10 YEARS AGO Camera records board’s meeting for cableFollowing much debate, the Town Board began recording its meetings in the summer of 2006 for... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
WWI lottery grantsfunding announced recently.Administered by the Department of Internal Affairs,
WWI lottery grants
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 20 days ago
funding announced recently.Administered by the Department of Internal Affairs, the grant of $45,000 will allow the French town of Arras in northern France to commemorate the New Zealand Engineers Tunnelling Company at its ‘Wellington Quarry... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
Marin County’s most intriguing innsgreen and golden hills dappled by fog, long sandy beaches, bustling bayside mar
Marin County’s most intriguing inns
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 23 days ago
green and golden hills dappled by fog, long sandy beaches, bustling bayside marinas and picturesque, pedestrian-friendly towns — Marin County is a microcosm of everything beautiful in the Bay Area. No wonder so many other residents of the region... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Volunteers working to bolster the story of African-American history in Harford Countyfought in the Civil War, the whites on both sides. The county's only native bo
Volunteers working to bolster the story of African-American history in Harford County
Baltimore Sun / Posted 28 days ago
fought in the Civil War, the whites on both sides. The county's only native born Medal of Honor recipient in its history, Alfred Hilton, was an free African-American Union Army sergeant mortally wounded in an 1864 battle near Richmond. John Wilkes... Read more
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Greenwich Time
David Rafferty: Homework still not finished on sleep issuesenator was getting stuff done for them. Dedicated self-interest is what it’s c
David Rafferty: Homework still not finished on sleep issue
Greenwich Time / Posted 28 days ago
senator was getting stuff done for them. Dedicated self-interest is what it’s called. Take the current discussion here in town over changing start times at Greenwich High School. Parents, pediatricians, scientists ... everybody lining up to tell... Read more
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The St. Augustine Record
Candidates qualify for local elections; write-ins close 4 St. Johns County primariescandidate for the District 3 seat on the County Commission. He was followed up
Candidates qualify for local elections; write-ins close 4 St. Johns County primaries
The St. Augustine Record / Posted 30 days ago
candidate for the District 3 seat on the County Commission. He was followed up on Friday by fellow St. Augustine resident Alfred Buckner Pittman, who filed his write-in bid for the District 5 seat on the County Commission. Commissioner Bill... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Many St. Johns races already decidedof a lack of opposition. Those races include offices of the tax collector, supe
Many St. Johns races already decided
The Florida Times-Union / Posted a month ago
of a lack of opposition. Those races include offices of the tax collector, supervisor of elections, District 5 School Board member and one of two county judges. Also unopposed was Eddie Creamer, who cinched the office of property appraiser. He... Read more
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News On 6 Tulsa
Sapulpa Schools Employee Emotional In Describing Racism ClaimsThe Sapulpa School Board on Thursday acknowledged leadership concerns that came
Sapulpa Schools Employee Emotional In Describing Racism Claims
News On 6 Tulsa / Posted 1 months ago
The Sapulpa School Board on Thursday acknowledged leadership concerns that came to light when a former principal's resignation letter went public. Bobby Alfred’s letter accused the superintendent of making racist comments to employees and... Read more

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