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2015/07/30 07:09
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Over the last couple of centuries New England has experienced a number of memorable weather episodes – the freezing summer of 1816, the crippling blizzard of 1888, the 1938 hurricane, the Worcester...
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2015/07/30 00:26
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The first occurred about 5:45 p.m. on Algonquin Road just east of Randall Road, Battalion Chief John Knebl said. Of the two people involved, one was extricated and taken to Advocate Sherman Hospital...
2015/07/29 22:56
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Work on Pembroke's waterfront boardwalk is nearing completion, with organizers confident it will be ready for its official unveiling on Monday. Since mid-July, a crew of 20 students from Algonquin...
2015/07/29 22:26
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The company has made a request of the village to allow Starbucks, at 790 S. Randall Road, to serve beer and wine, village documents say. In a statement, a Starbucks spokeswoman said the company is in...
2015/07/29 20:26
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The new store, 3356 Shoppers Drive, would join a McHenry shopping center that already houses recognizable retailers like Best Buy, Dick's Sporting Goods, Old Navy and many others. DSW takes the place...
2015/07/29 19:15
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PORTLAND, Maine — Utilities regulators turned down Central Maine Power Co.’s request to negotiate a land purchase for an affiliated wind power developer, arguing such an arrangement could open the...
2015/07/29 19:10
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Emotions ran high at the Mathews County Board of Supervisors meeting on Tuesday, as a crowd packed the historic courthouse to protest a perceived threat to the Confederate Veterans Memorial on the...
2015/07/29 11:26
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Again this year, we got to see another repeat of the arrogance of the board of Algonquin with its Founders’ Days parade. As�opposed to previous years, when it only closed Route 31, this�year it closed...
2015/07/29 05:26
2015/07/29 05:26
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In the vast majority of cases, the abusers are family members, most often adult children and spouses, according to a report from the National Center on Elder Abuse. The family members often have an...
2015/07/29 04:54
2015/07/29 04:54
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SPRING BAY— A bright high summer sun shone through the leaves casting a dappled shade onto visitors entering the Perivale Gallery to attend a wine and cheese reception and ribbon cutting for an...
2015/07/28 23:56
2015/07/28 23:56
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The City of Pembroke will soon be celebrating the rebuilding of its waterfront boardwalk, a project that has had many contributions from volunteers, businesses and Algonquin College students who have...
2015/07/28 22:40
2015/07/28 22:40
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Montana's Public Service Commission has denied a request by Missoula officials to reject a Canadian company's proposed purchase of the city's drinking water system. More from NBC Montana The...
2015/07/28 22:26
2015/07/28 22:26
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A groundbreaking ceremony was held Tuesday at the 9.7-acre site at 2001 W. Algonquin Road for the $40 million project, although construction technically began in May. Construction of the facility,...
2015/07/28 18:56
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By Stephanie Price | 1:00 p.m. July 28, 2015 When Steve Hall accepted the position of postmaster at the Wonder Lake Post Office 11 years ago, he had no idea how his life would change. Once settled...
2015/07/28 13:56
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It's not over until it's over for a native man still battling hunting charges. Chief Grant Tysick of the Kinounchepirini First Nation was in Provincial Offences Court on Monday, again attempting to...
2015/07/28 12:50
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NEW YORK — Andrew McCarthy is taking a new step in his life as a writer — a young adult novel. The actor known in the 1980s for "Pretty In Pink" and "St. Elmo's Fire" has a deal with Algonquin Young...
2015/07/28 04:08
2015/07/28 04:08
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Travis Y. Butler, 31, of the 700 block of North 12th Street, DeKalb, was charged Saturday, July 18, with possession of fireworks. Zachary J. Kimble, 22, of the first block of Brenda Drive,...
2015/07/27 22:35
2015/07/27 22:35
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There has to be a first for everything -- the first man on the moon, the first European to land in North America, the first family in Orillia to have an indoor toilet (May 14, 1976) -- but all of...
2015/07/27 16:26
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Mickey Molar, a 10-by-10-foot balloon that has been the mascot for All Smiles Dental for 17 years floated away Friday, said Treatment Coordinator Katie Stirneman. Dental office employees were hosting...
2015/07/27 11:40
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Community Unit District 300 officials are considering using a Carpentersville child care center as an alternative site for students facing out-of-school suspensions, and potentially as a center for...
2015/07/30 07:09
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