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Tractor plunges into canal killing driver A tractor fell into a canal in Veheragala, Hingurakgoda killing the driver on Thursday evening. The victim was identified as Asanka Pradeep Karunaratne, 25,...
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Election 2014: Another all-candidates' meeting an...
It's one more chance for Chilliwackians to hear from candidates. Chilliwack Chamber of Commerce and the Downtown Chilliwack
together with support from City of Chilliwack have announced an...
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Wind company paying for Santa parade again
This is the second year in a row the renewable energy company has been the lead sponsor of the parade, being held on the evening of Friday, Nov. 14. “I think it's a great thing to promote,” said...
Read more at Chatham Daily News
Agile Networks takes top prize at 2014 Start-up A...
Service Start-up prize also goes to the network services provider Agile Networks has been awarded the grand prix at the annual Bank of Ireland Start-up Awards 2014. Recognised as Start-up of The...
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Bank of Ireland
DCU Innovation Campus
Crystal Palace 3, Wolves 1: Bill Howell's big mat...
DANNY Butterfield sent Wolves crashing out of the FA Cup in embarrassing fashion. It was a six-minute hat-trick that earned cash-strapped Crystal Palace a money-spinning last-16 clash with...
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Pets added to Ave treat event
Christine van Reeuwyk News staff Each year Kiwanis Club of Oak Bay hands out more than 600 hotdogs during the annual bonfire at Fireman’s Park. They’ve been doing so since 1949. “The firemen have...
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Oak Bay Fire Department
Trick or Treat
Rising health care costs not keeping N.J. compani...
The 2014 health benefits survey released Thursday by the New Jersey Business & Industry Association reports that 87 percent of member companies still offer health care coverage to their employees —...
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Fairleigh Dickinson University
Wall Street Journal
Julie Ellis, 54
She was born on September 13, 1960, in Marshalltown to Larry and Mariann Cunningham. She graduated from Marshalltown High School in 1979 and later attended MCC. On March 19, 1983, she was united in...
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Marshalltown High School
Tug’s seaworthiness in doubt
A decision will likely be made next year whether to refloat the W.D. Stalker or park it on land as a static display. The future of the alligator tug is on hold while experts assess its boiler system....
Read more at Simcoe Reformer
Fine and candy at the Halloween Costume Parade
It was wet, so wet, but the 800 kids and parents who braved Saturday’s rainstorm to join the 13th annual Halloween Costume Parade didn’t seem to mind. After a prize draw at Surrey Museum Plaza in...
Read more at Cloverdale Reporter
Cocoa farmer butchers wife to death
Crime & Punishment of Wednesday, 29 October 2014 Cocoa farmer butchers wife to death Awuku Avie, a 40 year old cocoa farmer from Goalkeeperkrom near sefwi kaase has butchered his wife madam Abena...
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Pardee Homes honored
Pardee Homes is being honored as Builder of the Year Oct. 30 by the Building Industry Association’s Los Angeles and Ventura Chapter. Ralph Pistone, Vice President of Construction and Community for...
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Building Industry Association
Election info: Council candidates on how to attra...
Chilliwack is already known for its business friendly reputation. The Progress asked candidates this week how council could be a catalyst for economic development in Chilliwack, attracting even more...
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'Everybody should be involved'
... there are several thousand out there who voted otherwise,” Campion said referring to the 4,904 people who voted for out-going mayor Barry Sharpe and the 454 who voted for John Watt in...
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Welland-Pelham Chamber of Commerce
Making Pedestrians a Priority on John Street
The pedestrianization of John Street will end in October, but it will be back next year—and bolder than before. Scene: Candlelight Vigil for Soldier Murdered in OttawaRyerson Reveals Design of New...
Read more at Torontoist
Mad Genius touts extreme personal radio
An Internet radio startup debuts Tuesday in a market dominated by Pandora, Apple and other streaming services. But Mad Genius Radio doesn't plan to target everybody and their mother. It wants to...
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Worker pay hot topic in Maillardville
... Please note clarification at bottom of story** They promised to revitalize Maillardville with a new community centre, a pedestrian-friendly commercial core and smoother road connections to ease...
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Ward 3 Councillor Chris Fonseca Mississauga’s cha...
MISSISSAUGA – Chris Fonseca wasn’t about to allow a little thing like being elected to a second term as Ward 3 councillor stop her from thinking of her residents. “I’m going to be in the office first...
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€17m to plug colleges’ pension holes
... to plug colleges’ pension holes | Irish Examiner €17m to plug colleges’ pension holes By Niall Murray Education Correspondent Taxpayers plugged a €17m hole in the pension funds of University...
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SMB big spenders pushing social media
Social marketing is getting a push from small and medium sized businesses. That according to new data out from
/Kelsey which indicates big-spending smaller businesses will increase their social...
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