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Local History: Toll bridges a thing of the past
Around the same time as the region’s toll roads were being bought up with local governments and made free, state legislators were waging battle on toll bridges. In 1943, there were 12 toll bridges in...
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Pennsylvania Turnpike Commission
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A closer look at Labor Day -
Labor Day marks the end of summer. When I was a child, it signaled the looming threat of school starting once again. Labor Day was signed into law in 1894. Already most of the states had a Labor Day,...
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How Ferguson could become a movement
Nan Grogan Orrock defied her family's wishes by sneaking away to join the 1963 March on Washington. But don't ask her about Martin Luther King's "I Have a Dream" speech. She doesn't remember it. She...
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SEARCH ENGINE: Little libraries have stories
A: Little libraries have been popping up on the front lawns of book lovers around the world, with at least four in Niagara neighbourhoods. Working on the honour system, the libraries allow borrowers...
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Niagara Falls Review
Little Free Library
Ridgeway-Crystal Beach High School
On a recent afternoon in Santa Monica, Trevor Neilson met with his staff at Global Philanthropy Group, a company that guides the philanthropic activities of the very rich. Since starting the business,...
Read more at The New Yorker
Library undergoes facade facelift
Woodstock’s public library is getting a major overhaul to smooth out the wrinkles associated with reaching a certain age. Built in 1909 with $24,000 provided by
Read more at Woodstock Sentinel-Review
Firms Cater to Young Investors Wanting to Sync In...
Each generation brings its own demographic weight to bear, reshaping markets along the way. Take baby boomers, for example, who have been changing what retirement looks like and how wealth management...
Read more at Financial Planning.com
Grade II listed library set for new lease of life...
Work will start this month to bring a historic library back into use by a children’s charity. The Grade II-listed Lister Drive library in Tuebrook has deteriorated since it was closed to the public...
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Ice Bucket Challenge is not a gimmick
Jimmy Fallon, host of "The Tonight Show," and members of his house band, The Roots, took the Ice Bucket Challenge. Editor's note: John Bare is vice president of the Arthur M. Blank Family Foundation...
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Anne Horrigan Geary: Selective memories
DALTON Reading Ruth Bass’s recent column on Cape Cod whale watching brought back memories of a whale watch voyage of my own. Living on the Cape for 30 years, I sailed on many boats and took more than...
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New England Aquarium
National watercolor show to make stop in Le Mars
... courtesy National Watercolor Society) Twenty-nine paintings, including these, are part of the National Watercolor Society Traveling Exhibition coming to the Le Mars Arts Center in September....
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Enough's enuff? Well, they gave it a try
Consider yourself lucky, not just to be reading this wonderful column, but to be reading and speaking English. It is by far the hardest language to learn because word usage, pronunciation and even...
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A Little Library can make a big difference promot...
First Little Library in Central Mass located outside Bourbeau’s Market on Water Street In photo, (l-r) Dave Besnia, Bourbeau’s owner Paul Grimley (in back), Rep. Dennis Rosa (D-Leominster) and Deanne...
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Top 5 Books For Young Investors
It's imperative for young adults and professionals to start investing early. One of the main reasons for doing so is to obtain the power of compound interest; by holding long-term investments, one can...
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Little free library opens at Poplar Grove
The little free library movement continues to spread across the Lower Cape Fear. The Poplar Grove library is modeled on the Foy family’s antique pie safe. As we’ve reported, the little boxes are...
Read more at The Wilmington Star-News
Beach Library to host a live demo on Windows 8
The Week's Events Preschool Story Hour on Wednesday, Aug. 20, at 10:30 a.m. in Children's area. Visiting Belize, Friday, Aug. 22, 1:30 p.m Windows 8, Tuesday, Aug. 26, 10:30 a.m....
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Doris Kearns Goodwin
Pittsburgh's work on foreign hackers may become m...
The two cases targeting people in China and Russia have helped make Pittsburgh the epicenter of the U.S. fight against foreign hackers. Now, the FBI is sending hundreds of new agents to the city,...
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The Morning Call
Ice Bucket Challenge rewriting charity model
... campaign is a real breakthrough," said Melissa Berman, president and CEO of Rockefeller Philanthropy Advisors, which advises charitable donors and foundations. "It's raised a huge amount of...
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16 Traits Of The World's Most Successful People
When the young journalist Napoleon Hill interviewed the industrialist
in 1908, Carnegie liked Hill so much that he decided he would share all of the strategies that turned him from a...
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101 Inspirational Quotes From Super Successful Pe...
The world's most successful people are known and celebrated for all different things. Some are famous for their skills and talents, while others are distinguished for their courage or profound impact...
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