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Will this be the year when Black Friday is finally dethroned from being the biggest shopping day of the day?
thinks so. The founder of ShopperTrak, a Chicago-based firm that measures store...
Read more at The Patriot Ledger
Southern Inlands this week - October 31
CROOKWELL: Come on down to the Crookwell Memorial Hall over the next two weekends for some hilarity and musical mayhem as "Legs Again!" kicks off! (Excuse the pun). Photo Crookwell Gazette. BOOROWA:...
Read more at The Young Witness
Retailers dangle holiday deals as soon as Hallowe...
Wal-Mart will deck out its stores in red and green Friday night and early Saturday, immediately after the leftover Halloween candy goes on sale, for what it and other retailers consider the start of...
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Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune
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Group of Bay County Realtors obtaining concealed ...
BAY CITY, MI — With her hair pulled back under a hat, Shelley Gottschling fires several rounds from 9mm and .45 caliber handguns at a target inside Duncan's Outdoor Shop in Bay City. At...
Read more at MLive.com
Tahoe saves more than $1,000 for MFD
In May the MFD replaced a large fire truck with a Chevy Tahoe for EMS calls. Since the trade the MFD has saved more than $1,400 and more than 400 gallons of fuel. Dave Rierson, fire chief, said the...
Read more at Marshalltown Times-Republican
Behind the Ranch Gates
The bright yellow school buses came rolling in early on the historical El Sauz Ranch northeast of Raymondville. Soon, hundreds of 5th grade students from Idea Public Schools in the Rio Grande Valley...
Read more at Valley Central
Sheriff, commission candidates face off
Jason E. Silvers/Tribune photo Clint Walker, a Democratic candidate for the Bourbon County Commission District 1 seat, responds to a question as Lynne Oharah, a Republican candidate for the seat,...
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The Valentine reopens with fresh look at Richmond...
RICHMOND, Va. — A new chapter has begun for a Richmond institution that should have you seeing history in a whole new light . The Valentine, a repository of everything Richmond from Gwar to George...
Read more at CBS 6 Richmond
Black Friday may move to No. 2 spot
This could be the year when Black Friday is dethroned as the biggest shopping day of the year. At least that’s the prediction of
, the founder of ShopperTrak, a Chicago firm that measures...
Read more at Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune
National Retail Federation
The Valentine Committed to Educating All Ages in ...
Richmond Public School students have been making their way to The Valentine for field trips since 1902, ranging from Pre-K to high school and covering topics ranging from the Powhatan Indians,...
Read more at WRIC 8 News Richmond
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Father is on a mission to save others from son’s ...
TEENAGER and apprentice electrician Tim Martin died as a result of horrific burns in a preventable workplace accident. His father says his 17-year-old son is now forever young - but that's not the...
Read more at The Daily Mercury
McMechan first reeve of Two Borders
In the first municipal election since the province announced amalgamations, thousands of voters went to the polls yesterday to cast ballots in what will be new municipalities. In the furthermost...
Read more at Brandon Sun
Billy Joel, Thirty-Three Hit Wonder
Joel hasn’t released an album of new pop material since 1993. “I look back at the guy who was the recording artist, this Billy Joel guy, and I think, Who the fuck was that guy?”Credit Photograph by...
Read more at The New Yorker
Music is a mean mistress for Mike Nock and his trio, he tells Dunedin jazz pianist
. A couple of weeks ago on a Saturday night, music lovers gathered around tables under mood lighting to...
Read more at Otago Daily Times
KINGSTON BOWLING: Tim Beaver, DJ Quesnell fire 30...
KINGSTON >> Tim Beaver rolled perfect games in both the CAA and Ebonite Classic leagues, and D.J. Quesnell had a 300 in Our League recently at Kingston Lanes. Beaver finished with 792 in CAA and 739...
Read more at Kingston Daily Freeman
Local indie film company premieres latest ‘Requie...
Audiences have a choice: wait for the weekly broadcast premieres of “Requiems” on YouTube, or attend the big screen premiere of the first three episodes Friday at Theatre Baton Rouge. WHAT: The world...
Read more at The Advocate
Primitive microbes stole bacterial genes on a sur...
A University of Otago researcher is part of an international team that has discovered that horizontal gene transfer (HGT) played a surprisingly large role in the evolution of primitive microbes known...
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University of Kiel
Light sprinkles to move through the Bay Area
On the heels of red-flag warnings and record heat, a major pattern shift has arrived bringing with it fall like weather. Parts of the North Bay are already seeing light sprinkles Tuesday night and...
Read more at KTVU 2 San Francisco
North Devon Journal editor to lead Sunday newspap...
A weekly editor has been seconded from her paper to drive forward a recently-launched Sunday sister title. Bosses say the move is designed to ready the paper for its next marketing push. The Sunday...
Read more at holdthefrontpage.co.uk
Diverse voices make submissions on tertiary dereg...
Deconstruction: Critics say fee deregulation will damage seats of learning. Photo: Rocco Fazzari We know that the Group of Eight universities favour the deregulation of fees. We also know that...
Read more at The Age
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