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The Florida Times-Union
Pod Rods: a smoking electric with speed!; some classic cars on auction; and the local car event calendarPod Rods looks at what tequila and a car company have in common; some very cool
Pod Rods: a smoking electric with speed!; some classic cars on auction; and the local car event calendar
The Florida Times-Union / Posted yesterday
Pod Rods looks at what tequila and a car company have in common; some very cool Jeeps; a NASCAR Land Rover; and a broken hypercar video. Plus, a look at the car calendar in Jacksonville this weekend and beyond: -- Thousands saw Hans-Joachim Stuck... Read more
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The Local
My humiliating experience hunting Pokémon in Swedenat Mosebacke Torg. An iconic square with a beautiful terrace that fills up quic
My humiliating experience hunting Pokémon in Sweden
The Local / Posted yesterday
at Mosebacke Torg. An iconic square with a beautiful terrace that fills up quickly in the summer, as well as one of the city’s best-known nightclubs, Södra Teatern, it's a busy spot. It was here that my first Pokémon appeared, the fire-tailed... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Falls construction company sues Hamister over unpaid work on hotelafter a competitive bidding process decided to commence this litigation.” Afte
Falls construction company sues Hamister over unpaid work on hotel
The Buffalo News / Posted 2 days ago
after a competitive bidding process decided to commence this litigation.” After four years of delays, ground was broken July 12 for the $35 million, 128-room hotel on Rainbow Boulevard. USA Niagara, a state agency, granted Hamister $3.85... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Web-only letters to the editor, July 21, 2016wonderful alternative education program as it has been a god send for my grands
Web-only letters to the editor, July 21, 2016
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 2 days ago
wonderful alternative education program as it has been a god send for my grandson! His needs were not being met by Columbus City schools. He was being bullied not only by other children but by the system itself. He has speech issues but is a very... Read more
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NBC 12 Richmond
More than 8,500 still without power due to stormsarea Tuesday night, according to Dominion Virginia Power. Man fighting for lif
More than 8,500 still without power due to storms
NBC 12 Richmond / Posted 2 days ago
area Tuesday night, according to Dominion Virginia Power. Man fighting for life after being shot multiple times in Church HillMan fighting for life after being shot multiple times in Church Hill A shooting on 33rd Street has called Richmond... Read more
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NBC 12 Richmond
Man fighting for life after being shot multiple times in Church HillBREAKING A shooting on 33rd Street has called Richmond Police into action and
Man fighting for life after being shot multiple times in Church Hill
NBC 12 Richmond / Posted 3 days ago
BREAKING A shooting on 33rd Street has called Richmond Police into action and is the second shooting in less than... Read more
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NBC 12 Richmond
Richmond city council candidate calls police 'thug criminal pigs'BREAKINGMan fighting for life after being shot multiple times in Church HillMan
Richmond city council candidate calls police 'thug criminal pigs'
NBC 12 Richmond / Posted 3 days ago
BREAKINGMan fighting for life after being shot multiple times in Church HillMan fighting for life after being shot multiple times in Church Hill A shooting on 33rd Street has called Richmond Police into action and is the second shooting in less than... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Day two of western road upsets| UPDATESlane. NARROMINE: All unsealed roads within the Shire are closed or only open t
Day two of western road upsets| UPDATES
Daily Liberal / Posted 3 days ago
lane. NARROMINE: All unsealed roads within the Shire are closed or only open to vehicles under 3t until further notice. Council are asking drivers to exercise caution around the Shire. For more information call 6889 9999. BOGAN: FLOODING around... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Day two of western road upsets| UPDATESNSW. FLOODING: Between Narromine and Dubbo yesterday. Photo: MARK GRIGGS, The
Day two of western road upsets| UPDATES
Daily Liberal / Posted 3 days ago
NSW. FLOODING: Between Narromine and Dubbo yesterday. Photo: MARK GRIGGS, The Land. THURSDAY 10.15: Western Plains Council have released this information Western Plains Regional Council advises the following traffic management plans are in... Read more
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The Courier
Push to restore Lydiard Street signal boxRAIL and heritage campaigners have welcomed new plans by the City of Ballarat t
Push to restore Lydiard Street signal box
The Courier / Posted 3 days ago
RAIL and heritage campaigners have welcomed new plans by the City of Ballarat to restore the historic Ballarat B railway signal box on Lydiard Street. <#start#> options={AutoStart:false,DefaultQuality:"High",PlayerWidth:463,PlayerHeight:260} RAIL... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Western NSW Roads | UPDATESclosed, or open only to vehicles under 3 tonnes until further notice when roads
Western NSW Roads | UPDATES
Daily Liberal / Posted 4 days ago
closed, or open only to vehicles under 3 tonnes until further notice when roads will be reviewed. Please refer to the council website for the latest information. More infomation: 02 6889 9999. UNINCOPORATED: Exercise caution. These roads are... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
The Food 53: Celebrating the most influential people in Canadian foodthe truck’s air conditioning, it smells like manure. It’s Canada Day. As we dro
The Food 53: Celebrating the most influential people in Canadian food
The Globe and Mail / Posted 4 days ago
the truck’s air conditioning, it smells like manure. It’s Canada Day. As we drove out of Toronto, it seemed like the whole city was out on the porch, the sidewalk or whatever plot of grass was available, grilling meat, sipping beer and otherwise... Read more
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birminghammail
Seven things we learned from a heated Birmingham council meetingworking Moving encampments from one park to the next every summer is costly an
Seven things we learned from a heated Birmingham council meeting
birminghammail / Posted 6 days ago
working Moving encampments from one park to the next every summer is costly and does not help anyone involved says Lib Dem councillor Paul Tilsley (Sheldon). His suggestion of a region-wide summit, as travellers do not recognise council borders,... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Suspect in Nice lorry massacre was 'known to police for domestic violence'of people including several children died after the vehicle drove through crowd
Suspect in Nice lorry massacre was 'known to police for domestic violence'
Irish Examiner / Posted 8 days ago
of people including several children died after the vehicle drove through crowds celebrating Bastille Day in the city in the south of France. Eyewitnesses said the driver swerved from side to side as he drove for hundreds of metres along... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
Deadly truck attack in Nice: What we knowtruck driver? Nice's mayor's office confirmed Friday that Mohamed Lahouaiej Bo
Deadly truck attack in Nice: What we know
The Record Searchlight / Posted 8 days ago
truck driver? Nice's mayor's office confirmed Friday that Mohamed Lahouaiej Bouhlel, 31, a resident of the French seaside city, is the main suspect in the attack that killed at least 84 people and wounded dozens there. An identification card... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Father and son among victims in attack; Irish citizen reportedly injured in Nicein the terror attack in Nice. Sean Copeland, 51, and his 11-year-old son Brodi
Father and son among victims in attack; Irish citizen reportedly injured in Nice
Irish Examiner / Posted 8 days ago
in the terror attack in Nice. Sean Copeland, 51, and his 11-year-old son Brodie from Texas were on holiday when the atrocity took place. In a statement, the Copeland family said: "We are heartbroken and in shock over the loss of Brodie... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Lorry ploughs through Nice crowd killing 84; Irish citizen reportedly injured in Nicein the terror attack in Nice. Sean Copeland, 51, and his 11-year-old son Brodi
Lorry ploughs through Nice crowd killing 84; Irish citizen reportedly injured in Nice
Irish Examiner / Posted 8 days ago
in the terror attack in Nice. Sean Copeland, 51, and his 11-year-old son Brodie from Texas were on holiday when the atrocity took place. In a statement, the Copeland family said: "We are heartbroken and in shock over the loss of Brodie... Read more
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The Young Witness
The week that was around our regiontaken by Ray Tang at the McKanes Falls Bridge area captures the blight of illeg
The week that was around our region
The Young Witness / Posted 9 days ago
taken by Ray Tang at the McKanes Falls Bridge area captures the blight of illegal dumping. This incident was reported to council, police, and the EPA. Click on the image to view the story. DUBBO: Charmaine Roberts with her prized brood bitch... Read more
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Western Advocate
The week that was around our regiontaken by Ray Tang at the McKanes Falls Bridge area captures the blight of illeg
The week that was around our region
Western Advocate / Posted 9 days ago
taken by Ray Tang at the McKanes Falls Bridge area captures the blight of illegal dumping. This incident was reported to council, police, and the EPA. Click on the image to view the story. DUBBO: Charmaine Roberts with her prized brood bitch... Read more
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Daily Liberal
The week that was around our regiontaken by Ray Tang at the McKanes Falls Bridge area captures the blight of illeg
The week that was around our region
Daily Liberal / Posted 9 days ago
taken by Ray Tang at the McKanes Falls Bridge area captures the blight of illegal dumping. This incident was reported to council, police, and the EPA. Click on the image to view the story. DUBBO: Charmaine Roberts with her prized brood bitch... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
California Editorial Roundupsigned makes California the first state to require background checks to buy bul
California Editorial Roundup
The Record Searchlight / Posted 10 days ago
signed makes California the first state to require background checks to buy bullets. The legislation also bans high-capacity magazines (and requires people to turn in ones they already own) as well as banning "bullet buttons," which make it easy... Read more
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Boston Globe
Food central: Is Worcester finally getting the food scene it deserves?water Polar Seltzer, Near East boxed pilafs — these products all have roots her
Food central: Is Worcester finally getting the food scene it deserves?
Boston Globe / Posted 11 days ago
water Polar Seltzer, Near East boxed pilafs — these products all have roots here. But aside from classic diner cars, the city has never been known for its restaurants. Worcester may be New England’s second-largest city, but it clocks in far... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Boy ends up with black eye playing at harbourto prevent injuries to others during the school holidays, and concerned about t
Boy ends up with black eye playing at harbour
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 15 days ago
to prevent injuries to others during the school holidays, and concerned about the length of time it had taken to fix the broken railing after the storms, Ms Winchester said she phoned Wollongong City Council to report the incident. She said she... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Storm damage dangerto prevent injuries to others during the school holidays, and concerned about t
Storm damage danger
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 15 days ago
to prevent injuries to others during the school holidays, and concerned about the length of time it had taken to fix the broken railing after the storms, Ms Winchester said she phoned Wollongong City Council to report the incident. She said she... Read more
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Daily Mail
Minnesota governor decries racism after cop shoots dead black manCastile, told WCCO TV her son 'lived by the law and died by the law' and he wor
Minnesota governor decries racism after cop shoots dead black man
Daily Mail / Posted 16 days ago
Castile, told WCCO TV her son 'lived by the law and died by the law' and he worked as a cafeteria supervisor at the J.J Hill Montessori School in St. Paul. Castile's Facebook page depicts a young man who was politically active and enjoyed... Read more
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The Border Mail
A competition for tree believers, despite one historic gum falling for freewaywhen travelling along Yarra Boulevard – the tree is one of the largest in culti
A competition for tree believers, despite one historic gum falling for freeway
The Border Mail / Posted 17 days ago
when travelling along Yarra Boulevard – the tree is one of the largest in cultivation in Victoria. Blue Atlas Cedar, Wombat Hill Botanic Garden, Daylesford This Blue Atlas Cedar is located in Daylesford's Wombat Hill Botanic Gardens and is a... Read more
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The Courier
A competition for tree believers, despite one historic gum falling for freewaywhen travelling along Yarra Boulevard – the tree is one of the largest in culti
A competition for tree believers, despite one historic gum falling for freeway
The Courier / Posted 17 days ago
when travelling along Yarra Boulevard – the tree is one of the largest in cultivation in Victoria. Blue Atlas Cedar, Wombat Hill Botanic Garden, Daylesford This Blue Atlas Cedar is located in Daylesford's Wombat Hill Botanic Gardens and is a... Read more
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Daily Liberal
NSW Budget 2016: What’s in it for Dubbo?such as the Pacific, Princes, Central Coast, Great Western, Newell, New England
NSW Budget 2016: What’s in it for Dubbo?
Daily Liberal / Posted 18 days ago
such as the Pacific, Princes, Central Coast, Great Western, Newell, New England, Oxley, Mitchell, Kings, Riverina, Silver City, Cobb and Bells Line of Road. - $242 million to upgrade and maintain regional freight rail lines - $111 million to... Read more
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birminghammail
Birmingham Mail breaking news live on July 5two men badly hurt. Full story here Hundreds take part in teachers strike - Hu
Birmingham Mail breaking news live on July 5
birminghammail / Posted 18 days ago
two men badly hurt. Full story here Hundreds take part in teachers strike - Hundreds of teachers flooded into Birmingham city centre amid a day of strikes which saw schools across the region close. Full story here Members of the teaching union... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
NAIDOC: Indigenous Affairsactivist Eddie Mabo on what would have been his 80th birthday with a doodle. T
NAIDOC: Indigenous Affairs
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 20 days ago
activist Eddie Mabo on what would have been his 80th birthday with a doodle. The WA town of Carnarvon is celebrating a council decision to fly the Aboriginal flag during NAIDOC week despite the shire president opposing the move. A major stoush... Read more
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Northwest Florida Daily News
Should Santa Rosa County consider Sunday alcohol sales?could the county look like if Sunday sales were permitted? No one can say for s
Should Santa Rosa County consider Sunday alcohol sales?
Northwest Florida Daily News / Posted 21 days ago
could the county look like if Sunday sales were permitted? No one can say for sure, but opinions abound. In May, Milton Councilwoman Patsy Lunsford and Councilman Grady Hester voted against letting Milton residents show, through a vote, whether... Read more
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birminghammail
Birmingham Mail breaking news live on July 1anniversary of The Battle of The Somme Birmingham remembers fallen from first
Birmingham Mail breaking news live on July 1
birminghammail / Posted 22 days ago
anniversary of The Battle of The Somme Birmingham remembers fallen from first day of Battle of the Somme - Birmingham city centre stopped and paused for two minutes today to commemorate the centenary of the Battle of the Somme. Full story... Read more
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Santa Rosa Press Gazette
Should Santa Rosa County consider Sunday alcohol sales?look like if Sunday sales were permitted? No one can say for sure, but opinions
Should Santa Rosa County consider Sunday alcohol sales?
Santa Rosa Press Gazette / Posted 22 days ago
look like if Sunday sales were permitted? No one can say for sure, but opinions abound. PUBLIC OFFICIALS In May, Milton Councilwoman Patsy Lunsford and Councilman Grady Hester voted against letting Milton residents show, through a vote, whether... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Port at the ready for new airlineDubbo City Regional Airport has geared up for the take-off of the Dubbo-Newcast
Port at the ready for new airline
Daily Liberal / Posted 22 days ago
Dubbo City Regional Airport has geared up for the take-off of the Dubbo-Newcastle service. Western Plains Regional Council is ready for Dubbo’s newest airline to move in and has a special offer up for grabs for one lucky passenger. FlyPelican will... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
My Vote: Australians share the election issues that matter most to themlittle consequence. It is the quality, availability, and sustainability of the
My Vote: Australians share the election issues that matter most to them
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 23 days ago
little consequence. It is the quality, availability, and sustainability of the key ingredients that matters, and their capacity for timely delivery. During elections, some politicians offer sauce-filled promises, to obscure the fact that their pie... Read more
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Daily Liberal
New route open for Dubbotourists to Dubbo's attractions. Dubbo mayor Mathew Dickerson is excited about
New route open for Dubbo
Daily Liberal / Posted 24 days ago
tourists to Dubbo's attractions. Dubbo mayor Mathew Dickerson is excited about another airline offering services to the city. Photo: BELINDA SOOLE A NEW air route linking Dubbo and Newcastle will not only allow residents of our city to access... Read more
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Slate
How Angels in America Became the Defining Work of American Art of the Past 25 Yearsof where it started. In two parts and seven hours, Angels in America tells the
How Angels in America Became the Defining Work of American Art of the Past 25 Years
Slate / Posted 25 days ago
of where it started. In two parts and seven hours, Angels in America tells the story of an array of characters in New York City in 1985 and 1986. At its center is a young man named Prior Walter, who in an early scene reveals to his lover, Louis... Read more
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Corpus Christi Caller-Times
COLUMN: It’s time to do something about domestic violenceincluded more than 100 stories, photos, videos and editorials. Our newsroom st
COLUMN: It’s time to do something about domestic violence
Corpus Christi Caller-Times / Posted 25 days ago
included more than 100 stories, photos, videos and editorials. Our newsroom started investigating the issue in its Behind Broken Doors series after learning that more than half of local homicides in 2014 were the result of family violence. Noemi... Read more
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Weirton Daily Times
Weir High’s 100th class has history behind itCarl Mildren, James Cavett, Edgar Shakely, Fred Culler, Frank Campbell and Gilb
Weir High’s 100th class has history behind it
Weirton Daily Times / Posted 25 days ago
Carl Mildren, James Cavett, Edgar Shakely, Fred Culler, Frank Campbell and Gilbert Walters. June 1, 1916 - Ground was broken for a new high school building. The cornerstone for the new Butler District High School would be placed Aug. 20,... Read more
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KXXV Waco
National Storiesof all charges including "depraved-heart" murder on Thursday in the death of 25
National Stories
KXXV Waco / Posted 29 days ago
of all charges including "depraved-heart" murder on Thursday in the death of 25-year-old arrestee Freddie Gray, whose broken neck on the way to the station set off...More >> It was supposed to be an open-and-shut case: The 25-year-old black... Read more
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walesonline
EU referendum: Polling day as it happenedof flooding, while other polling stations were relocated because they were inun
EU referendum: Polling day as it happened
walesonline / Posted 30 days ago
of flooding, while other polling stations were relocated because they were inundated with water. Kingston upon Thames Council in south west London moved two voting locations, and a polling station in Barking and Dagenham, east London, was shut... Read more
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