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Help Govern Hopkinton
Town of Hopkinton Encourages All Interested Citizens to Apply Now to Volunteer The Town of Hopkinton is encouraging all residents who are interested in helping govern Hopkinton to apply now for...
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Board of Appeals
Board of Selectmen
Kenmore police receive two defibrillators
The Kenmore Police Department received some lifesaving emergency medical equipment Monday from the James V. Ryan Foundation. Two automated external defibrillators were donated to the Police...
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Solar panels power unused landfill
Updated: Monday, December 22 2014, 06:33 PM EST Williamson, N.Y. - Since the late 1980s, the Williamson Landfill in Wayne County has been unusable. That all changed Monday. "It's an opportunity to...
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New York State Energy Research and Development Authority
Genesee County included in FEMA disaster designat...
Press release: Today, U.S. Senators Charles E. Schumer and Kirsten Gillibrand and Representatives Brian Higgins, Chris Collins, and Tom Reed announced that the Federal Emergency Management...
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The Buffalo News
WWNY - WNYF Watertown
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Federal Emergency Management Agency
Officials increase security at Bladen County cour...
Officials say until recently the Bladen County courthouse was one of only a few in the state without metal detectors. “Bladen County - Elizabethtown - is a peaceful county
and that's the way...
Read more at WECT 6 Wilmington
No Wood Preservatives Detected In Ground Water In...
There are no traces of a controversial wood preservative in the ground water throughout East Hampton Village
, according to test results from a Suffolk County-based environmental and...
Read more at The Southampton Press & The East Hampton Press
Former Lowell Police Chief's Family Calls For Blu...
LOWELL (KFSM) – The family of former Lowell Police Chief Joe Landers is calling for people to put blue lights on their porches and leave them burning to honor slain officers. “Cops are being killed...
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New York police
2014: The Year in Transit
... was the year of public input on public transit, from passengers and advocacy groups voicing their needs for more routes, better infrastructure and more comfortable places to sit while waiting for...
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Judge says pet bobcat Rocky must live at the zoo
Judge rules that woman's pet bobcat named Rocky must live at a zoo after he escaped multiple times Owner Ginny Fine has been fined $500 and ordered her to pay $560 in restitution to the zoo His...
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The Associated Press
Scalpels were swapped for carving knives
And that wasn’t the only duty they performed for the benefit of patients unlucky enough to spend the festive season in a hospital bed. Nurse Dawn Griffis, whose maiden name was Alsford, remembers the...
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Holiday trash collection changes
Progressive Waste Solutions, which picks up trash in Highlands County outside all city
limits, will move Thursday’s garbage collection to Friday. Yard waste scheduled to be picked up...
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Progressive Waste Solutions
Chris is going back to the 50s to capture glory d...
Photo gallery: Chris is going back to the 50s to capture glory days of train travel Chris Bassham has been making a detailed model of Great Yarmouth in the 1950s. It was the decade when a TV set...
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Lake Placid school board reconsiders tax policy f...
LAKE PLACID - A recent spike in property taxes for some senior citizens has the Lake Placid Central School District Board of Education considering a new policy that could lower seniors' school taxes...
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Man charged with ramming three police cars
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Statewide News Network Inc.
Garbage containers will be removed: MCC Commissio...
Corporation had purchased over 250 containers earlier The Directorate of Urban Development has instructed all city corporations, and city
municipalities not to buy containers to collect...
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Mysore City Corporation
NY farmers lament lost opportunity for gas riches
ALBANY, N.Y. (AP) — While environmental groups are doing a victory dance over New York’s decision to ban fracking, farmers such as apple grower David Johnson are grieving for dashed hopes and...
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Staten Island Advance
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American Petroleum Institute
Holiday train display draws crowds in Westernport
WESTERNPORT – The Western Allegany Model Train Display is up and running again in Westernport, with old and new technologies sharing the same tracks, and drawing big crowds this holiday season. By...
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The tsunami-early warning system for the indian o...
Germany and the international community of states reacted with immediate support. Within the framework of the German Flood Victim Aid the Federal Government commissioned the Helmholtz Association of...
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
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United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organization
Not much left of Chauncey compared to the old days
To the Editor: The end of each year is a time we reflect back on what we have accomplished. I'm saddened that the village of Chauncey has continued to diminish more and more over these past several...
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Dragon Springs open house for Deerpark residents
DEERPARK — Hoping to improve communication with their neighbors, members of the Dragon Springs community recently held an open house for Deerpark residents.The aim of the meet-and-greet, held Thursday...
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