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The North West Star
Drugs found instead of missing manpleaded guilty to possessing used drug utensils, and possessing dangerous drugs
Drugs found instead of missing man
The North West Star / Posted 14 minutes ago
pleaded guilty to possessing used drug utensils, and possessing dangerous drugs. Police prosecutor Senior Constable Paige Barrow said police searched the property on Monday, July 18. The cannabis amounted to less than a gram and the bongs were... Read more
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Boston Globe
One year in, Plainridge Park Casino seen as modest successgoal of Plainridge was to cut off the flow into Rhode Island, and that happened
One year in, Plainridge Park Casino seen as modest success
Boston Globe / Posted 2 hours ago
goal of Plainridge was to cut off the flow into Rhode Island, and that happened, but only to a minimal extent,” said Clyde Barrow, a University of Texas professor who closely follows the New England casino industry. Given the slot parlor’s... Read more
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The Courier
Ballarat Winterlude Beer FestivalParry (Athletic Club Brewery) Toby Singleton (Ballarat) and Phoebe Todd (Arara
Ballarat Winterlude Beer Festival
The Courier / Posted 4 hours ago
Parry (Athletic Club Brewery) Toby Singleton (Ballarat) and Phoebe Todd (Ararat) Ash Hazell and Dean Romeo (Barrow Coys Brewing CO.) Matt Nicholson (Ballarat), Scott Nicholson (Melbourne), Keven Staley (Ballarat), and Brian Staley... Read more
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NBC Dallas Fort Worth
Researchers Study the Next Frontier For Autismright now. Often older people with autism were diagnosed later in life and did
Researchers Study the Next Frontier For Autism
NBC Dallas Fort Worth / Posted 4 hours ago
right now. Often older people with autism were diagnosed later in life and did not benefit from early intervention. The Barrow Neurological Institute and the Southwest Autism Research and Resource Center, or SARRC, in Phoenix are teaming up to... Read more
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The Houma Courier
Terrebonne Fine Arts Guild features reception for local artistSaturday, September 10th in downtown Houma. Exhibit locations are along Main St
Terrebonne Fine Arts Guild features reception for local artist
The Houma Courier / Posted 5 hours ago
Saturday, September 10th in downtown Houma. Exhibit locations are along Main Street as well at Goode, Church, Belanger and Barrow Streets. There is no cost to participate in this event. Applications are available at Downtown Art Gallery 630 or by... Read more
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The Daily Comet
Terrebonne Fine Arts Guild features reception for local artistSaturday, September 10th in downtown Houma. Exhibit locations are along Main St
Terrebonne Fine Arts Guild features reception for local artist
The Daily Comet / Posted 5 hours ago
Saturday, September 10th in downtown Houma. Exhibit locations are along Main Street as well at Goode, Church, Belanger and Barrow Streets. There is no cost to participate in this event. Applications are available at Downtown Art Gallery 630 or by... Read more
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The Seattle Times
When is the best time to eat peaches?another Southern food writer with deeply held opinions. Texans offered that th
When is the best time to eat peaches?
The Seattle Times / Posted 7 hours ago
another Southern food writer with deeply held opinions. Texans offered that their peach season was almost over. Cathy Barrow, who writes the blog Mrs. Wheelbarrow’s Kitchen from her home in Washington, D.C., reported that she had eaten some... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Barrow school served with financial notice to improveA BARROW school has been served with a financial notice to improve and warned i
Barrow school served with financial notice to improve
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 8 hours ago
A BARROW school has been served with a financial notice to improve and warned it faces losing its funding if it does not address the failure. Chetwynde School Trust, which runs Chetwynde School, has been issued with a written notice to improve... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Barrow rape suspect released on bailof hours following the report. The 47-year-old man has been bailed until Septe
Barrow rape suspect released on bail
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 8 hours ago
of hours following the report. The 47-year-old man has been bailed until September 8. Detective Sergeant Mike Wallace from Barrow CID said: “This investigation is in the initial stages and we are still working to establish exactly what happ... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Barrow Raiders coach Crarey full of praise after opening Super 8s victory“WHAT a brilliant result. The players all deserve a big pat on the back” was th
Barrow Raiders coach Crarey full of praise after opening Super 8s victory
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 10 hours ago
“WHAT a brilliant result. The players all deserve a big pat on the back” was the verdict of Barrow Raiders coach Paul Crarey after his side started their Super-8 campaign with a 34-12 victory over Rochdale Hornets. “We are not getting carried away... Read more
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The Jacksonville Daily News
COLUMN: Wine festival invites attendees to 'lift a glass for literacy'10 in the reception room at 200 Valencia Office Park, Jacksonville. The group o
COLUMN: Wine festival invites attendees to 'lift a glass for literacy'
The Jacksonville Daily News / Posted 10 hours ago
10 in the reception room at 200 Valencia Office Park, Jacksonville. The group of literacy volunteers are offering “Wheelbarrow Full of Joy,” a wheelbarrow full of assorted wines and other beverages. Tickets are only $10 for a chance to win this... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Barrow ace Livingstone roars for England LionsBARROW batting ace Liam Livingstone celebrated a maiden international half-cent
Barrow ace Livingstone roars for England Lions
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 11 hours ago
BARROW batting ace Liam Livingstone celebrated a maiden international half-century as England Lions wrapped up the Tri-Series with victory over Pakistan A. Lancashire’s Livingstone scored 64 from 60 balls as the Lions completed a 56-run win at... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
built HMS Ambush set for move following collision with shipping tankerA BARROW-BUILT submarine is expected to move from its current position after be
built HMS Ambush set for move following collision with shipping tanker
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 11 hours ago
A BARROW-BUILT submarine is expected to move from its current position after being involved in a collision with a shipping tanker. The Royal Navy faces a hefty repair bill after HMS Ambush collided with the shipping tanker Vemaoil XIII off the coast... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Barrow woman avoids jail for savage pool ball attackA DRUNK woman from Barrow who hit someone over the head with a pool ball and pu
Barrow woman avoids jail for savage pool ball attack
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 11 hours ago
A DRUNK woman from Barrow who hit someone over the head with a pool ball and punched another in a "nasty, savage attack" has avoided going to jail. Claudie-jo Moffett, 24, of Bridgegate Avenue, Barrow, pleaded guilty to assaulting Lorraine Crorken... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Hundreds vote for the most annoying speed bumps in BarrowHUNDREDS of Evening Mail readers have had their say to vote for the most annoyi
Hundreds vote for the most annoying speed bumps in Barrow
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 12 hours ago
HUNDREDS of Evening Mail readers have had their say to vote for the most annoying speed bumps in Barrow. We launched the online poll last week in response to a number of complaints from drivers about the condition of some of the town's speed... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Pictures show final journey of 72-year-old Barrow-built aircraft carrierPOIGNANT pictures showing a Barrow-built aircraft carrier on her final journey
Pictures show final journey of 72-year-old Barrow-built aircraft carrier
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 12 hours ago
POIGNANT pictures showing a Barrow-built aircraft carrier on her final journey have been posted online. The Indian Navy uploaded a series of images of INS Viraat, formerly HMS Hermes, as the flagship departed Mumbai for Kochi. The aircraft... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Revamped allotments set to open to public as part of Barrow waterfront developmentREVAMPED allotments are set to open to the public as part of the Barrow waterfr
Revamped allotments set to open to public as part of Barrow waterfront development
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 13 hours ago
REVAMPED allotments are set to open to the public as part of the Barrow waterfront development. Cumbria County Council is set to unveil the new allotments on Barrow Waterfront at an official opening ceremony tomorrow at 1pm. The opening will include... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Police hunt hit-and-run driver who smashed into railings outside Barrow town centre schoolPOLICE are hunting a hit-and-run driver who smashed into a set of protective ra
Police hunt hit-and-run driver who smashed into railings outside Barrow town centre school
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 13 hours ago
POLICE are hunting a hit-and-run driver who smashed into a set of protective railings outside a primary school in Barrow town centre. A number of eye-witnesses called 999 on Saturday after a black car was seen to crash into a set of railings outside... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Police investigate alleged rape in BarrowPOLICE are investigating an alleged rape in Barrow. The alleged rape took plac
Police investigate alleged rape in Barrow
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 13 hours ago
POLICE are investigating an alleged rape in Barrow. The alleged rape took place at a property in Bridgegate Avenue in the early hours of this morning. A uniformed police officer was seen standing outside the house for a number of hours following the... Read more
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The Courier
Damaged signal box will not be restored by V/Linerich and important railway history will disappear due to ongoing neglect and “c
Damaged signal box will not be restored by V/Line
The Courier / Posted 13 hours ago
rich and important railway history will disappear due to ongoing neglect and “confused responsibility”. A DISGRACE: Dianne Barrow, Dinah McCance, Gerald Jenzen and Terry Baker are calling for the restoration of historic signal boxes. Picture: Kate... Read more
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Wired News
There’s a Good Explanation for This Bouncy Patch of Grass in Siberiaresearcher at the US National Snow and Ice Research Center, said he’s encounter
There’s a Good Explanation for This Bouncy Patch of Grass in Siberia
Wired News / Posted 13 hours ago
researcher at the US National Snow and Ice Research Center, said he’s encountered patches of ground just like this up in Barrow, Alaska. “We were doing some surveying and all of a sudden we were bouncing like on a water bed.” In fact, these... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Askam RL silence Roosters with emphatic victoryJones crossed for tries, with Matt Sayle adding two conversions and a late pena
Askam RL silence Roosters with emphatic victory
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 15 hours ago
Jones crossed for tries, with Matt Sayle adding two conversions and a late penalty goal to seal a 14-12 win at Ellenborough for Barrow Island, who remain in second place. On Wednesday at Dragley Beck, Ulverston take on Walney Central (7pm kick-o... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Volunteers dress as giant ears during charity's 24-hour vigil in BarrowA SUICIDE prevention charity campaigned on the streets of Barrow non-stop for 2
Volunteers dress as giant ears during charity's 24-hour vigil in Barrow
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 15 hours ago
A SUICIDE prevention charity campaigned on the streets of Barrow non-stop for 24-hours to raise awareness of the work they do. The Barrow, Furness and South Lakes branch of the Samaritans manned a stall in Dalton Road from 10am yesterday to 10am... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Furness CC's title hopes suffer major blow with defeat at leaders Workingtonwere all out in 44 overs for 154. Moor would be disappointed with their batting
Furness CC's title hopes suffer major blow with defeat at leaders Workington
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 15 hours ago
were all out in 44 overs for 154. Moor would be disappointed with their batting and were all out for 114 in the 37th over. Barrow cemented their Northern League top-four standing with a comfortable eight-wicket win at Netherfield. It was a great... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Raiders coach Crarey full of praise for team after opening Super 8s victory“WHAT a brilliant result. The players all deserve a big pat on the back” was th
Raiders coach Crarey full of praise for team after opening Super 8s victory
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 15 hours ago
“WHAT a brilliant result. The players all deserve a big pat on the back” was the verdict of Barrow Raiders coach Paul Crarey after his side started their Super-8 campaign with a 34-12 victory over Rochdale Hornets. “We are not getting carried away... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Fearless Becky to swim the Channel twice overWHILE many of us are thinking about crossing the English Channel for a week's h
Fearless Becky to swim the Channel twice over
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 15 hours ago
WHILE many of us are thinking about crossing the English Channel for a week's holiday in France, one Barrow lady will be making the journey by swimming through the waves, clad in just her swimming costume and goggles to try and conquer her biggest... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Jo's legacy lives on with £20,000 gift for cancer researchwho will benefit from £20,000-worth of pioneering research funded in her memory
Jo's legacy lives on with £20,000 gift for cancer research
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 17 hours ago
who will benefit from £20,000-worth of pioneering research funded in her memory. When Jo Davies died in August last year, Barrow lost a well-known and beloved community journalist as well as a treasured wife, daughter, sister and friend. But the... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Pets at Barrow shelter seeking their forever homesSTAFF at a Barrow animal shelter are hoping to rehome three cats looking for th
Pets at Barrow shelter seeking their forever homes
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 17 hours ago
STAFF at a Barrow animal shelter are hoping to rehome three cats looking for their forever homes. BARNEY is a very pretty and very interesting little character. He is still just a baby at only 18 weeks old and he is all over the place and very... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Rain fills Lake George in time for Luke Osborne's latest cattle venturedevelopment, he wants to explore people's willingness to buy their meat locally
Rain fills Lake George in time for Luke Osborne's latest cattle venture
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 18 hours ago
development, he wants to explore people's willingness to buy their meat locally. Meanwhile, Canberra author Graeme Barrow wants recognition of the 200th anniversary of Lake George's European discovery, in August, 1820. "I know it is four... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Independent expert could be drafted in to oversee shipyard's Successor programmeSir Peter Gershon could be appointed to oversee the Successor submarine program
Independent expert could be drafted in to oversee shipyard's Successor programme
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 18 hours ago
Sir Peter Gershon could be appointed to oversee the Successor submarine programme, set to be built at the shipyard in Barrow. Sir Peter, 69, is also chairman of food manufacturer Tate & Lyle. Defence industry sources say Whitehall is... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Date set for plea in Barrow murder chargeA MAN is set to appear at crown court after being charged with the murder of a
Date set for plea in Barrow murder charge
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 18 hours ago
A MAN is set to appear at crown court after being charged with the murder of a 35-year-old Guy Hamilton from Barrow. Damien Hill, 44, is currently on remand at HMP Preston where he is being held on suspicion of murdering Mr Hamilton - who was found... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Raiders coach praises players after win“WHAT a brilliant result. The players all deserve a big pat on the back” was th
Raiders coach praises players after win
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 19 hours ago
“WHAT a brilliant result. The players all deserve a big pat on the back” was the verdict of Barrow Raiders coach Paul Crarey after his side started their Super-8 campaign with a 34-12 victory over Rochdale Hornets. “We are not getting carried away... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Giant peach takes over Barrow library in homage to Roald Dahla giant peach to kick-start an exciting programme of events dedicated to one of
Giant peach takes over Barrow library in homage to Roald Dahl
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 19 hours ago
a giant peach to kick-start an exciting programme of events dedicated to one of the world's greatest writers. Visitors to Barrow library fell into one of Roald Dahl's greatest works, James and the Giant Peach, when they stepped through the doors... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Much more to come from new Barrow AFC striker – CoxPAUL Cox promised much more to come from new striker Byron Harrison after he ma
Much more to come from new Barrow AFC striker – Cox
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 19 hours ago
PAUL Cox promised much more to come from new striker Byron Harrison after he made his Barrow debut less than 24 hours after signing a contract at Holker Street. Harrison started up front for the Bluebirds alongside goal-scorer Ross Hannah in the 1-0... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Barrow soft play area chief's fears over road safety outside his businessSubs owner Rick Gwilliam is calling on motorists using the car park and accessi
Barrow soft play area chief's fears over road safety outside his business
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 19 hours ago
Subs owner Rick Gwilliam is calling on motorists using the car park and accessing the Royal Mail sorting office in Barrow to be more considerate of pedestrians and children crossing the access road next to the soft play area's entrance. Mr... Read more
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Kiama Independent
How the Illawarra partied in the noughtiesFitzgerald, Suzanne Wren, Todd Placek, and Kate Pollard at the St Mary's Year 1
How the Illawarra partied in the noughties
Kiama Independent / Posted 23 hours ago
Fitzgerald, Suzanne Wren, Todd Placek, and Kate Pollard at the St Mary's Year 10 formal. Heather Mittwollen, Anne Barrow, Linda Rowe and Jenny Hill at the L'oreal professional hair workshop at The Chelsea salon, Wollongong. Hayley Hodge,... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Flying start for Barrow RaidersBARROW Raiders got off to a flying start in their Super-8s campaign, writes BOB
Flying start for Barrow Raiders
North-West Evening Mail / Posted yesterday
BARROW Raiders got off to a flying start in their Super-8s campaign, writes BOB HERBERT. They had lost twice to Rochdale Hornets this season but the attitude of the players from the off made it clear they were not going down without a fight this... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Trump vs. Clinton: Is a 2017 'peaceful transfer' possible?step in the "peaceful transfer of power" seen on Inauguration Day. "The first
Trump vs. Clinton: Is a 2017 'peaceful transfer' possible?
Brandon Sun / Posted yesterday
step in the "peaceful transfer of power" seen on Inauguration Day. "The first person to call Barack Obama 'Mr. President-elect wasn't staff," recalled Schmidt. "It was Sen. McCain." Follow Bill Barrow on Twitter at https://twitter.com/BillBar... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Families enjoy fun activities at Barrow Island GalaGLADIATOR jousting contests, dance displays and sports competitions were just s
Families enjoy fun activities at Barrow Island Gala
North-West Evening Mail / Posted yesterday
GLADIATOR jousting contests, dance displays and sports competitions were just some of the highlights of this year's Barrow Island Gala. Families flocked to Cavendish Park today and yesterday to enjoy fun activities and to take part in junior rugby... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Music festival drums up support for cancer charityacts. The event was organised to raise money for the Fighting Fitz campaign, a
Music festival drums up support for cancer charity
North-West Evening Mail / Posted yesterday
acts. The event was organised to raise money for the Fighting Fitz campaign, an initiative that was set up on behalf of Barrow primary school teacher, Danielle Fitzsimons. The mother-of-two has pledged to raise £10,000 for Cancer Research UK in... Read more
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Ipswich Star
Homegrown talent celebrated at Saxmundham’s third annual SaxFeston Friday and Saturday at Saxmundham’s Memorial Field. Tribute act JK as Robbi
Homegrown talent celebrated at Saxmundham’s third annual SaxFest
Ipswich Star / Posted yesterday
on Friday and Saturday at Saxmundham’s Memorial Field. Tribute act JK as Robbie Williams headlined the event. Terry Barrow, who has been planning the event since October, said it went “perfectly.” “It was just fantastic,” he said. “We had a... Read more
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Weekly Times
Mobile food vans hit the paddock“WHAT? Haven’t you ever seen a wheelbarrow before?” Barney Mathews from Dunkel
Mobile food vans hit the paddock
Weekly Times / Posted yesterday
“WHAT? Haven’t you ever seen a wheelbarrow before?” Barney Mathews from Dunkeld spotted one of his weaners recently helping himself to a feed of hay in the barrow as if it was one of the most normal things in the world. Either that or he was... Read more
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Salon.com
Trump vs. Clinton: Is a 2017 ‘peaceful transfer’ possible?step in the “peaceful transfer of power” seen on Inauguration Day. “The first
Trump vs. Clinton: Is a 2017 ‘peaceful transfer’ possible?
Salon.com / Posted yesterday
step in the “peaceful transfer of power” seen on Inauguration Day. “The first person to call Barack Obama ‘Mr. President-elect wasn’t staff,” recalled Schmidt. “It was Sen. McCain.” Follow Bill Barrow on Twitter at https://twitter.com/BillBar... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Volunteers dress as giant ears during charity's 24-hour campaign in BarrowA SUICIDE prevention charity campaigned on the streets of Barrow non-stop for 2
Volunteers dress as giant ears during charity's 24-hour campaign in Barrow
North-West Evening Mail / Posted yesterday
A SUICIDE prevention charity campaigned on the streets of Barrow non-stop for 24-hours to raise awareness of the work they do. The Barrow, Furness and South Lakes branch of the Samaritans manned a stall in Dalton Road from 10am yesterday to 10am... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Two men punched to the ground and kicked outside Barrow pub - police appealTWO men were punched to the ground and kicked during a serious assault outside
Two men punched to the ground and kicked outside Barrow pub - police appeal
North-West Evening Mail / Posted yesterday
TWO men were punched to the ground and kicked during a serious assault outside a Barrow pub. The incident took place outside the Barrow Arms in Cavendish Street at approximately 11.45pm on Tuesday July 12. Police say two men, who were with a woman,... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Four assaulted by group of young men in BarrowFOUR young men were assaulted by another group of youths in Barrow yesterday.
Four assaulted by group of young men in Barrow
North-West Evening Mail / Posted yesterday
FOUR young men were assaulted by another group of youths in Barrow yesterday. Police say the incident took place at approximately 1.30pm in the immediate area of Barrow Railway Station. Anyone with information should ring PC Wallbank or PC Caladine... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Plea for baby Poppi dad to attend daughter's inquestA LIST of witnesses who will be asked to give evidence at an inquest into the d
Plea for baby Poppi dad to attend daughter's inquest
North-West Evening Mail / Posted yesterday
A LIST of witnesses who will be asked to give evidence at an inquest into the death of a baby girl from Barrow is expected to be confirmed at a formal hearing next week. Cumbria's most senior coroner; David Roberts, will hold a second pre-inquest... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Bouquet of the Week: Barrow nursery teacher given perfect goodbye presentA NURSERY teacher from Barrow says she will miss the smiles, laughs and "funny,
Bouquet of the Week: Barrow nursery teacher given perfect goodbye present
North-West Evening Mail / Posted yesterday
A NURSERY teacher from Barrow says she will miss the smiles, laughs and "funny, little stories" of her pupils the most following her retirement. Jane Jackson, who has worked at Ramsden Infant and Nursery School for 21 years, received the Bouquet of... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Cox interested in bringing O'Connor to Barrow AFCBARROW AFC manager Paul Cox hopes to take another look at triallist striker Aar
Cox interested in bringing O'Connor to Barrow AFC
North-West Evening Mail / Posted yesterday
BARROW AFC manager Paul Cox hopes to take another look at triallist striker Aaron O’Connor in Tuesday’s match against Accrington Stanley. The 32-year-old former Newport County and Forest Green Rovers front-man emerged as a second-half substitute in... Read more
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The Columbia County News-Times
Property transfersReginald Thomas to Andrew Shedd and Lisa Shedd, JTWROS; Map & Parcel number: 07
Property transfers
The Columbia County News-Times / Posted yesterday
Reginald Thomas to Andrew Shedd and Lisa Shedd, JTWROS; Map & Parcel number: 078, 463; $75,000 Marian R. Lamb to Theresa Barrow; Map & Parcel number: 073N007; $80,000 South Georgia Custom Homes, LLC to Brandon K. Riles; Map & Parcel number: 059,... Read more
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