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Toowoomba Chronicle
Coast seniors could soon face a housing crisisTHE Property Council of Australia says new research shows Australia will face a
Coast seniors could soon face a housing crisis
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 13 minutes ago
THE Property Council of Australia says new research shows Australia will face a seniors housing crisis without "urgent change" to state and local planning systems to enable the development of more retirement villages. But the head of a leading... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Scarborough schools enter exchange with Dominican Republic universitySCARBOROUGH, Maine — A new study-abroad program in the Dominican Republic is av
Scarborough schools enter exchange with Dominican Republic university
Bangor Daily News / Posted 2 hours ago
SCARBOROUGH, Maine — A new study-abroad program in the Dominican Republic is available for high school juniors in the upcoming school year. The program will be established through a partnership between the Scarborough School Department, the... Read more
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Marin Independent Journal
New station for longtime airporter serviceRest assured valued customers, supporters, friends and neighbors, we are not go
New station for longtime airporter service
Marin Independent Journal / Posted 5 hours ago
Rest assured valued customers, supporters, friends and neighbors, we are not going far and we will continue unabated, with the same commitment to quality and service we have been providing since 1973. For the past 42 years Marin Airporter has been... Read more
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Weston Mercury
Winning business for food festival bursary scheme announced A NEW Weston-super-Mare business has been given a free stand at a food festiv
Winning business for food festival bursary scheme announced
Weston Mercury / Posted 14 hours ago
A NEW Weston-super-Mare business has been given a free stand at a food festival next month. Weston super Food Festival. In July, the Mercury announced a bursary scheme to give a start-up... Read more
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The Post-Journal
Painting The FutureAs of Tuesday, they said, out of a possible 2,791 responses, planners had gotte
Painting The Future
The Post-Journal / Posted 21 hours ago
As of Tuesday, they said, out of a possible 2,791 responses, planners had gotten 134 surveys back via the Internet. Community leaders are hoping for at least 500 by the Sept. 12 deadline, but "more is always better," said Ted McCague, who has helped... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Crowded ballot in the offing for Niagara primariesCounty Legislature In Niagara Falls, the 3rd District in LaSalle sees a Democr
Crowded ballot in the offing for Niagara primaries
The Buffalo News / Posted 22 hours ago
County Legislature In Niagara Falls, the 3rd District in LaSalle sees a Democratic contest between incumbent Mark J. Grozio and Robert F. Bilson, a registered Democrat who also has the Republican line in November. Bilson is an operations supervisor... Read more
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The Morning Call
Few units left in newly opened Strata Flats in downtown AllentownIn 2006, New York-based Metropolitan Management rehabbed a downtown Allentown s
Few units left in newly opened Strata Flats in downtown Allentown
The Morning Call / Posted yesterday
In 2006, New York-based Metropolitan Management rehabbed a downtown Allentown shoe store, creating a buzz when it opened the Farr Lofts, 20 high-end apartments in a sea of mostly low-income homes at Eighth and Hamilton streets. City officials hoped... Read more
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WESH 2 Orlando
Deputy hurt after drunken driver crashes into patrol car, troopers sayAn Osceola sheriff's deputy is recovering in a hospital after his patrol vehicl
Deputy hurt after drunken driver crashes into patrol car, troopers say
WESH 2 Orlando / Posted yesterday
An Osceola sheriff's deputy is recovering in a hospital after his patrol vehicle was hit early Saturday morning by an alleged drunk driver, according to the Florida Highway Patrol. Troopers said the crash occurred around 2 a.m. at John Young Parkway... Read more
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Hartford Courant
60 Years After Flood, Winsted Works Toward Economic GrowthWINSTED — The Flood of 1955, which occurred 60 years ago this week, radically r
60 Years After Flood, Winsted Works Toward Economic Growth
Hartford Courant / Posted yesterday
WINSTED — The Flood of 1955, which occurred 60 years ago this week, radically re-shaped downtown Winsted, as the south side of Main Street was wiped away by the force of the waters. About 170 of 200 businesses built along the Mad and Still rivers... Read more
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CBS 5 Phoenix
Urban chickens take wing as egg prices soarWith the prices of eggs going up many people are raising chickens in their back
Urban chickens take wing as egg prices soar
CBS 5 Phoenix / Posted yesterday
With the prices of eggs going up many people are raising chickens in their backyard so they can have farm fresh eggs. The Travis Linyard family in the Phoenix area is doing just that. “You just can't pet them and play with them and throw them a... Read more
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norwichadvertiser24
Mick McCarthy refuses to blame his side after Ipswich Town’s 3-2 home defeat to BrightonMick McCarthy Mick McCarthy chose to heap praise on Brighton, rather than be t
Mick McCarthy refuses to blame his side after Ipswich Town’s 3-2 home defeat to Brighton
norwichadvertiser24 / Posted yesterday
Mick McCarthy Mick McCarthy chose to heap praise on Brighton, rather than be too critical of his own players after Ipswich Town’s unbeaten start to the season... Read more
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Ipswich Star
Mick McCarthy refuses to blame his side after Ipswich Town’s 3-2 home defeat to BrightonMick McCarthy Mick McCarthy chose to heap praise on Brighton, rather than be t
Mick McCarthy refuses to blame his side after Ipswich Town’s 3-2 home defeat to Brighton
Ipswich Star / Posted yesterday
Mick McCarthy Mick McCarthy chose to heap praise on Brighton, rather than be too critical of his own players after Ipswich Town’s unbeaten start to the season... Read more
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The Riverhead News-Review
Former Court House Restaurant will stand through SeptemberThe dilapidated former Court House Restaurant on Griffing Avenue and Railroad S
Former Court House Restaurant will stand through September
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted yesterday
The dilapidated former Court House Restaurant on Griffing Avenue and Railroad Street, which has been vacant for more than 15 years, won’t be coming down until at least the end of September, officials said at Thursday’s Riverhead Town Board work... Read more
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The Riverhead News-Review
Column: Before you debate immigration, check your sourcesRiverhead’s presence on an online list of so-called sanctuary cities for undocu
Column: Before you debate immigration, check your sources
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted yesterday
Riverhead’s presence on an online list of so-called sanctuary cities for undocumented immigrants has inspired a fair amount of navel-gazing in recent weeks about the town’s immigration enforcement policies. The list appears on the website of the... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
RunningSUPURBAN RUN 5K AND MILE FUN RUN/WALK - The Thelma Urban Memorial Fund is holdi
Running
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted yesterday
SUPURBAN RUN 5K AND MILE FUN RUN/WALK - The Thelma Urban Memorial Fund is holding the inaugural Supurban Run 5K and Mile Fun Run/Walk on Saturday, Oct. 17 at the Tamaqua Area School District’s sports complex, located at 500 Penn St. in Tamaqua. The... Read more
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Providence Business News
Uniform wetland permitting nearsWithin the 39 Rhode Island cities and towns there are 22 different sets of rule
Uniform wetland permitting nears
Providence Business News / Posted yesterday
Within the 39 Rhode Island cities and towns there are 22 different sets of rules for wetlands development. The individual principles at the municipal level have largely been shaped by decades' worth of disagreements and compromise between developers,... Read more
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The Post-Journal
Poland Town Board Convenes, Discusses Remodeling, Sales TaxDuring the first privilege of the floor, Ann Bloomquist reported on the summer
Poland Town Board Convenes, Discusses Remodeling, Sales Tax
The Post-Journal / Posted yesterday
During the first privilege of the floor, Ann Bloomquist reported on the summer recreation program. She delivered letters the participants had written to the board, thanking them for their continuing support for youth activities. Bloomquist told the... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Will Wall Street turmoil affect Southern California housing market?Seven years ago when the housing bubble burst, it nearly took down Wall Street
Will Wall Street turmoil affect Southern California housing market?
Los Angeles Times / Posted yesterday
Seven years ago when the housing bubble burst, it nearly took down Wall Street and the entire U.S. economy. This week, the concern was the reverse: That the prospect of an extended dive in the stock market, or even continued volatility, might spook... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Talks stall between Howland, river group over fill removalTown Manager William Lawrence said that talks between he and PRRT Executive Dir
Talks stall between Howland, river group over fill removal
Bangor Daily News / Posted 2 days ago
Town Manager William Lawrence said that talks between he and PRRT Executive Director Laura Rose Day have been broken off for more than a week. Town officials have turned the matter over to the town’s attorney, Andrew Hamilton of the firm Eaton... Read more
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FOX News
Clinton facing enthusiasm gap with Dem base?Amid the controversy over her email system and speculation over Vice President
Clinton facing enthusiasm gap with Dem base?
FOX News / Posted 2 days ago
Amid the controversy over her email system and speculation over Vice President Biden entering the race, Hillary Clinton is facing an intangible -- but, analysts say, very real -- political crisis: the enthusiasm gap. The polls paint part of the... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Yorktown
Yorktown Considers Banning Dogs From Play AreasYORKTOWN, N.Y. -- A September meeting may be held by the Yorktown Town Board to
Yorktown Considers Banning Dogs From Play Areas
The Daily Voice - Yorktown / Posted 2 days ago
YORKTOWN, N.Y. -- A September meeting may be held by the Yorktown Town Board to determine the creation of a city ordinance which would ban canines from the town's recreational play areas, reported theexaminernews.com. A local resident approached... Read more
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Isle of Wight County Press
Pennyfeathers 904 homes plan backed by Isle of Wight Council officersPennyfeathers planning agent Glen Hepburn presents the plans to a public meetin
Pennyfeathers 904 homes plan backed by Isle of Wight Council officers
Isle of Wight County Press / Posted 2 days ago
Pennyfeathers planning agent Glen Hepburn presents the plans to a public meeting in Ryde earlier this year. Picture by Robin Crossley. PLANS to build more than 900 homes on the outskirts of Ryde have been recommended for approval by Isle of Wight... Read more
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International Business Times
Spain: Workers replace 6,000-old Neolithic tomb with picnic tableSpanish council workers in the town of Cristovo de Cea destroyed a 6,000-year-o
Spain: Workers replace 6,000-old Neolithic tomb with picnic table
International Business Times / Posted 2 days ago
Spanish council workers in the town of Cristovo de Cea destroyed a 6,000-year-old Neolithic tomb after mistaking it for a broken park bench and replaced it with a white picnic table. The workers in the Galician town destroyed the slabs of the tomb... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Cops hit a purple patchPOLICE officers were among those to Wear it Purple and even put their feet up –
Cops hit a purple patch
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 2 days ago
POLICE officers were among those to Wear it Purple and even put their feet up – literally – yesterday to celebrate diversity. POLICE POSE: Front, Constable Maria Nolan, Amber Pike, Senior Constable Naomi Welch and instructor Charlie Abra; back,... Read more
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WWNY - WNYF Watertown
Former Sackets Mayor, Hounsfield Supervisor Dies At 69A former Sackets Harbor mayor and town of Hounsfield supervisor has died. Jean
Former Sackets Mayor, Hounsfield Supervisor Dies At 69
WWNY - WNYF Watertown / Posted 2 days ago
A former Sackets Harbor mayor and town of Hounsfield supervisor has died. Jean Derouin passed away Thursday morning. He was 69. He served as mayor of Sackets Harbor from 1993 to 1997. Derouin was town of Hounsfield supervisor from 2004 to... Read more
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Yorkshire evening post
Guiseley: Too early in season to panic says Lions bossDON’T panic – that’s the message from Guiseley boss Mark Bower after an abrupt
Guiseley: Too early in season to panic says Lions boss
Yorkshire evening post / Posted 2 days ago
DON’T panic – that’s the message from Guiseley boss Mark Bower after an abrupt reality check administered to the Lions’ encouraging start to the campaign last weekend. The Nethermoor men, who welcome Gateshead tomorrow, were entitled to be feeling... Read more
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Hunts Post
Huntingdon car park to close as work re-starts on Chequers Court Work to re-start on Chequers Court redevelopment, Huntingdon After months of
Huntingdon car park to close as work re-starts on Chequers Court
Hunts Post / Posted 2 days ago
Work to re-start on Chequers Court redevelopment, Huntingdon After months of anticipation work is soon to continue on ambitious plans to enhance the centre of Huntingdon. Preparatory... Read more
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Pincher Creek Echo
Emergency management on table, not in commissionAll three councils in the Pincher Creek region are once again working together
Emergency management on table, not in commission
Pincher Creek Echo / Posted 2 days ago
All three councils in the Pincher Creek region are once again working together to provide disaster services for residents after two days of “intense” mediation. “It was very intense and very detailed discussion, but sincere and open,” said Brian... Read more
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Queensland Times
Seniors' housing crisis looming for IpswichIPSWICH will face a seniors' housing crisis without "urgent change" to state an
Seniors' housing crisis looming for Ipswich
Queensland Times / Posted 3 days ago
IPSWICH will face a seniors' housing crisis without "urgent change" to state and local planning systems to enable the development of more retirement villages, according to new research commissioned by the Property Council of Australia. The report... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Vector dividend up - consumers to get $345Ownership of a part stake in powerlines company Vector means a $345 dividend pa
Vector dividend up - consumers to get $345
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 3 days ago
Ownership of a part stake in powerlines company Vector means a $345 dividend payout to many Auckland homes. Hundreds of thousands of Auckland households can expect an increased dividend payment of $345 in late September from the community trust that... Read more
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TribLIVE
Jeannette’s long lineage of successful football coaches has program nearing 700 victoriesMore times than not, they haven't left disappointed. Since Jeannette began pla
Jeannette’s long lineage of successful football coaches has program nearing 700 victories
TribLIVE / Posted 3 days ago
More times than not, they haven't left disappointed. Since Jeannette began playing football in 1900, the Jayhawks have amassed the second-best record in the WPIAL — 698-310-48. Only New Castle, with a 714-385-69 mark, has won more games. Jeannette... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
AECT beneficiaries to benefit from dividend increaseFriday, 28 August 2015, 11:16 amPress Release: Senate SHJAuckland Energy Consum
AECT beneficiaries to benefit from dividend increase
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 3 days ago
Friday, 28 August 2015, 11:16 amPress Release: Senate SHJAuckland Energy Consumer Trust (AECT) beneficiaries can expect to receive an increased... Read more
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WMUR New Hampshire
Construction setbacks delay some move-in for some UNH studentsAs students begin arriving in Durham for the start of classes at the University
Construction setbacks delay some move-in for some UNH students
WMUR New Hampshire / Posted 3 days ago
As students begin arriving in Durham for the start of classes at the University of New Hampshire, some may find that their apartments aren't ready. Click to watch News 9's coverage. About 3,200 freshmen will move in Friday, but there have been... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Former church thief again sought by suburban policeAfter confessing four years ago that he had helped himself to church collection
Former church thief again sought by suburban police
The Buffalo News / Posted 3 days ago
After confessing four years ago that he had helped himself to church collections, a former church usher was sentenced to six months in jail. But that sentence apparently didn’t lead to repentance, according to local police. The same man now is... Read more
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WREG-TV Memphis
City loses legal attempt to take over Raleigh Springs MallMEMPHIS, Tenn. — The City of Memphis has lost a legal attempt to take over part
City loses legal attempt to take over Raleigh Springs Mall
WREG-TV Memphis / Posted 3 days ago
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — The City of Memphis has lost a legal attempt to take over parts of the Raleigh Springs Mall. The action officially puts a question mark on the planned $23.7 million demolition and town center development. WREG was told if the City... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Development could force old nursery to move to a new siteA NURSERY that has been on its current site in Didcot for more than 70 years co
Development could force old nursery to move to a new site
Oxford Mail / Posted 3 days ago
A NURSERY that has been on its current site in Didcot for more than 70 years could be moved to a different part of the town. An application which was submitted earlier this year for the £60m revamp of land opposite Didcot Parkway rail station,... Read more
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Parksville Qualicum Beach News
Negotiating teams back at the table in Qualicum BeachThe negotiating teams are officially back at the table in the Qualicum Beach la
Negotiating teams back at the table in Qualicum Beach
Parksville Qualicum Beach News / Posted 3 days ago
The negotiating teams are officially back at the table in the Qualicum Beach labour dispute for the first time in almost a month. "It was productive and positive," said CUPE Local 401 President Blaine Gurrie of a casual meeting Monday. Rhetoric had... Read more
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News Channel 12 New Bern
New York man drowns on Outer BanksA New York businessman has drowned while swimming in the ocean while on vacatio
New York man drowns on Outer Banks
News Channel 12 New Bern / Posted 3 days ago
A New York businessman has drowned while swimming in the ocean while on vacation on North Carolina's Outer Banks. Multiple media outlets reported that 46-year-old Ronald J. Walls III of Henrietta, New York, was pulled from the water earlier this... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Yorktown
Yorktown Considering Banning Dogs From Recreational Play AreasYORKTOWN, N.Y. -- A September meeting may be held by the Yorktown Town Board to
Yorktown Considering Banning Dogs From Recreational Play Areas
The Daily Voice - Yorktown / Posted 3 days ago
YORKTOWN, N.Y. -- A September meeting may be held by the Yorktown Town Board to determine the creation of a city ordinance which would ban canines from the town's recreational play areas, reported theexaminernews.com. A local resident approached... Read more
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NJ Biz
Response to 'Editorial: A Reminder that we need liquor license reform'It is (as it should be) always concerning when a well-informed person reads a o
Response to 'Editorial: A Reminder that we need liquor license reform'
NJ Biz / Posted 3 days ago
It is (as it should be) always concerning when a well-informed person reads a one sided story about some perceived flaw in our State’s regulated alcohol industry. The most common false perceptions attempt to manipulate public perception of how our... Read more
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The Borneo Post
Oct 1 ruling on woman's appeal in cheating caseKOTA KINABALU: The High Court here fixed October 1 this year for its decision o
Oct 1 ruling on woman's appeal in cheating case
The Borneo Post / Posted 3 days ago
KOTA KINABALU: The High Court here fixed October 1 this year for its decision on an appeal by a woman against a 12-year jail sentence for cheating that involved close to RM100,000. Judicial Commissioner Gabriel Gumis set the date to deliver his... Read more
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The Shelter Island Reporter
Shelter Island Police blotter: 7 tickets, 2 accidentsThose named in arrest reports or receiving police summonses have not been convi
Shelter Island Police blotter: 7 tickets, 2 accidents
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 3 days ago
Those named in arrest reports or receiving police summonses have not been convicted of a crime. In court, the charges against them may be reduced or withdrawn or the defendants may be found not guilty. Summonses On August 22, a police marine unit... Read more
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The Riverhead News-Review
Town Board pushing ahead with one-year medical marijuana moratoriumThe Riverhead Town Board is planning to call a Sept. 16 public hearing to discu
Town Board pushing ahead with one-year medical marijuana moratorium
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 3 days ago
The Riverhead Town Board is planning to call a Sept. 16 public hearing to discuss a one-year moratorium on “the establishment, location, construction, use or operation” of a medical marijuana dispensary anywhere in town. The move, which is expected... Read more
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WestportNow
As Promised, Bridge Open for First Day of SchoolA Westport school bus crosses the North Avenue Bridge over the Merritt Parkway
As Promised, Bridge Open for First Day of School
WestportNow / Posted 3 days ago
A Westport school bus crosses the North Avenue Bridge over the Merritt Parkway today on the first day of school. Connecticut Department of Transportation and town officials worked out a plan to open one lane of alternating traffic on the bridge in... Read more
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Hunts Post
Huntingdon to car park close as work re-starts on Chequers Court Work to re-start on Chequers Court redevelopment, Huntingdon After months of
Huntingdon to car park close as work re-starts on Chequers Court
Hunts Post / Posted 3 days ago
Work to re-start on Chequers Court redevelopment, Huntingdon After months of anticipation work is soon to continue on ambitious plans to enhance the centre of Huntingdon. Preparatory... Read more
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Evening Standard
Stylish kids: how fashion editors dress their childrenChildren aren’t usually known for their fashion sense. Garish blue Princess Els
Stylish kids: how fashion editors dress their children
Evening Standard / Posted 3 days ago
Children aren’t usually known for their fashion sense. Garish blue Princess Elsa dresses, cereal-splattered Spider-Man T-shirts and ripped leggings do not a style icon make. And yet it doesn’t have to be like this. For style mavens, dressing children... Read more
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Adirondack Daily Enterprise
Tupper Lake Republicans nominate candidatesThe members of the party seemed pleased with their incumbent elected officials.
Tupper Lake Republicans nominate candidates
Adirondack Daily Enterprise / Posted 3 days ago
The members of the party seemed pleased with their incumbent elected officials. Both town Clerk Laurie Fuller and town Highway Superintendent Bill Dechene were nominated without opposition for additional four-year terms. The party even endorsed... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
New York man drowns while swimming in the Outer BanksA New York businessman has drowned while swimming in the ocean while on vacatio
New York man drowns while swimming in the Outer Banks
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted 3 days ago
A New York businessman has drowned while swimming in the ocean while on vacation on North Carolina's Outer Banks. Multiple media outlets reported that 46-year-old Ronald J. Walls III of Henrietta, New York, was pulled from the water earlier this... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Government Announces a Full-Fledge Study On the Public Transport SystemGovernment is commissioning a full-fledge study on the public transport sector
Government Announces a Full-Fledge Study On the Public Transport System
AllAfrica.com / Posted 3 days ago
Government is commissioning a full-fledge study on the public transport sector to, among others, enable accountability and monitoring of the various Government subsidies attributed to the sector, which will stand around Rs 3 billion for 2015. The... Read more
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The News & Observer
New York man drowns on Outer Banks | News & Observer A New York businessman has drowned while swimming in the oc
New York man drowns on Outer Banks
The News & Observer / Posted 3 days ago
| News & Observer A New York businessman has drowned while swimming in the ocean while on vacation on North Carolina's Outer Banks. Multiple media outlets reported that 46-year-old Ronald J. Walls III of... Read more
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