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Upcoming American Legion Auxiliary Breakfast: Sunday, 8 to 11 a.m., American Legion Post 86, 1234 Main St., Susquehanna, $4/$7. 570-853-3542. AARP Scranton Chapter 3731:picnic, Monday, noon to 4...
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Did Gronk or Watt Have Better Summer?
In case you haven't noticed, two of the most dominant NFL players at their respective positions are having one hell of a summer, engaging with fans during events and proving that they are two of the...
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FOX 26 Houston
`Laguna Heat' fiction vs. fact
I’m a cop reporter and love reading crime novels. So I was excited when the Register
picked a classic detective tale -- “Laguna Heat”--as its first community read. As I flip through T....
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Howell teen’s dedication earns ‘Young Heroes’ awa...
Shaye DiPasquale HOWELL — It is the season of beaches and relaxation for much of the nation’s youth, but for Shaye Lynn DiPasquale, changing the world never needs a break. In a pool of hundreds of...
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Mick Flannery to headline Spirit of Folk 2015
Mick Flannery to headline Spirit of Folk 2015 The Spirit of Folk festival has announced its lineup for the September event and is set to launch at Whelans on Aug 22nd Dominique McMullan heads down to...
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‘Evening of Story Telling’ at St. Stephen’s
An authority on child abuse, Nelson has written three books related to this subject. “The Shade Tree Choir,” which can be found at the Newton Public Library, deals with the specific physical and...
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4 Sneaky Signs You're Lonely (And What To Do Abou...
Whether it's a move to a new city or school, a breakup or a random rough patch, we all get lonely from time to time. This is pretty normal, but too much loneliness can be taxing on our mental and...
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Patricia Schoen Carlson, Formerly Of Southampton,...
Patricia Schoen Carlson of Murrells Inlet, South Carolina, and formerly of Discovery Bay, California, died on July 19 in Murrells Inlet. She was 74. Born in Southampton, Ms. Carlson graduated from...
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Agatha Christie’s laboratory of deadly chemistry
Those adorable aged aunts, earnestly luring lonely old men to their house so they could knock them off with poison-laced elderberry wine? In every chapter, chemist and Christie fan Kathryn Harkup...
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July 28 and 29, 2015
Tuesday, July 28 Bouncing Babies: 9:30 a.m. Gardiner Library, 133 Farmer’s Turnpike, Gardiner. For children up to 2 years. Features lap time stories, songs and fingerplays. Through aug. 11. (845)...
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Summer Reading Parties planned at library
They are as follows: Tuesday, July 28 The Dickinson?County Library has planned its End of Summer Reading Party at all three of its locations. Pictured getting read for the party are from left Vicki...
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Govt Launches Crackdown Amid Plunging Oil Prices
On a Saturday afternoon last month police raided a house in Luanda, the capital of Angola, and dragged 16 people out at gunpoint, covered their heads in hoods, and drove them away. They have been held...
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Jose Eduardo dos Santos
MOCA Jacksonville hosts book discussions, interac...
Thursday will be a day for contemplating landscapes at the Museum of Contemporary Art Jacksonville. At 1 and 7 p.m. there will be guided book discussions of “Losing It All to Sprawl: How Progress Ate...
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Free And Cheap London Events: 27-2 August 2015
There's no reason to be bored over summer as Parklives is supplying kids with free activities all over London's green spaces, from rollerskating to yoga and tennis. This week, five of Newham's parks...
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Library gearing up for Summer Book Sale
... don't know if it's the most books that have ever come in, but it's certainly the most we've had in recent years," said Library Director Eric Magness-Eubank. The Friends sought assistance from...
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Wan Li: Reformist politician who rose through the...
Wan’s stance on the protests was never made clear, though he never openly opposed the bloody military crackdown that ended them. He was, however, a close ally of the ruling Communist Party’s secretary...
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Read It and Reap: Plenty to discuss about Harper ...
Read It and Reap: Plenty to discuss about Harper Lee's 'Go Set a Watchman' Posted Jul. 26, 2015 at 6:00 AM Posted Jul. 26, 2015 at 6:00 AM As everyone weighs in on Harper Lee's "Go Set a Watchman,"...
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Fort Wayne News-Sentinel
Linda M. Benedict
Born Sept. 17, 1947, in St. Louis, Missouri, Linda was the daughter of the late Charles and Wilma Braddock. She grew up in St. Louis and Ferguson, Missouri, and graduated from McCleur High...
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Senior companions Senior Citizens Council seeking companions for income eligible people ages 55 and older who can serve 20 hours a week with special needs adults in their homes; need own...
Read more at The Columbia County News-Times
GOOD NEWS FROM SCHOOLS: Dacula High student named...
Chris Larkins, Georgia’s representative to NRECA’s Youth Leadership Council this year on the Washington Youth Tour, attends Dacula High School. (Special Photo) A Dacula High School student was...
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