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Baltimore Sun
Heavy traffic expected as Freddie Gray hearings begin; city prepares for protestsMotorists and downtown workers should expect heavy traffic, possible road closu
Heavy traffic expected as Freddie Gray hearings begin; city prepares for protests
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
Motorists and downtown workers should expect heavy traffic, possible road closures and bus delays Wednesday as the first hearing in the death of Freddie Gray opens at the Baltimore courthouse, transportation officials said Tuesday. Despite traffic... Read more
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Northeast Arkansas Town Crier
Leachville Council welcomes Mayor Wells backReno, the new K9 officer at Leachville, attended the August City Council meetin
Leachville Council welcomes Mayor Wells back
Northeast Arkansas Town Crier / Posted yesterday
Reno, the new K9 officer at Leachville, attended the August City Council meeting with his handler Officer Alan Lasater. Leachville City Council members welcomed Mayor Ralph Wells at the Aug. 24 meeting. Mayor Wells has been recuperating from heart... Read more
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Washington City Paper
To Do Today: Frank “Scooby” Sirius, Spread Love, and Coming InD.C.’s Frank “Scooby” Sirius—best known for playing guitar with a credit card a
To Do Today: Frank “Scooby” Sirius, Spread Love, and Coming In
Washington City Paper / Posted 3 days ago
D.C.’s Frank “Scooby” Sirius—best known for playing guitar with a credit card as a pick and singing with groups like the Chuck Brown Band and Team Familiar (formerly Familiar Faces)—has also spent the last six years developing his own R&B career.... Read more
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Washington City Paper
Frank "Scooby" Sirius at Blues Alley: Monday, Aug. 31D.C.’s Frank “Scooby” Sirius—best known for playing guitar with a credit card a
Frank "Scooby" Sirius at Blues Alley: Monday, Aug. 31
Washington City Paper / Posted 3 days ago
D.C.’s Frank “Scooby” Sirius—best known for playing guitar with a credit card as a pick and singing with groups like the Chuck Brown Band and Team Familiar (formerly Familiar Faces)—has also spent the last six years developing his own R&B career.... Read more
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The San Angelo Standard-Times
INTRODUCTION TO KEEPING IT CLEAN: San Angelo's water qualityMost of the public attention on water in San Angelo for years has been focused
INTRODUCTION TO KEEPING IT CLEAN: San Angelo's water quality
The San Angelo Standard-Times / Posted 4 days ago
Most of the public attention on water in San Angelo for years has been focused on the issue of scarcity. With the temporary reprieve brought by generous rains in spring and early summer, the quality of our surface water has improved along with the... Read more
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KFJX Pittsburg
Woolston granted continuance in censure hearing; New date Sept. 14thThe hearing for Councilman Mike Woolston on alleged ethical violations that was
Woolston granted continuance in censure hearing; New date Sept. 14th
KFJX Pittsburg / Posted 5 days ago
The hearing for Councilman Mike Woolston on alleged ethical violations that was originally scheduled for Monday, August 31, 2015 has been reset for September 14, 2015 at 6:00 p.m. Councilman Woolston hired attorneys Charley German and Jason Hans of... Read more
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KOAM-TV Pittsburg
Woolston granted continuance in censure hearing; New date Sept. 14thThe hearing for Councilman Mike Woolston on alleged ethical violations that was
Woolston granted continuance in censure hearing; New date Sept. 14th
KOAM-TV Pittsburg / Posted 5 days ago
The hearing for Councilman Mike Woolston on alleged ethical violations that was originally scheduled for Monday, August 31, 2015 has been reset for September 14, 2015 at 6:00 p.m. Councilman Woolston hired attorneys Charley German and Jason Hans of... Read more
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Issaquah Press
Amateur musicians enjoy intimate setting of Open Mic Night NEW — 6:15 p.m. Aug. 25, 2015 Not everyone can walk on-stage before a crowd
Amateur musicians enjoy intimate setting of Open Mic Night
Issaquah Press / Posted 8 days ago
NEW — 6:15 p.m. Aug. 25, 2015 Not everyone can walk on-stage before a crowd of thousands to perform their favorite songs. For those musicians who wish to start smaller, limiting their... Read more
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Washington City Paper
In Band and in Park, Chuck Brown’s Legacy Lives OnWhen the Godfather of Go-Go died in a Baltimore hospital in May 2012, just a fe
In Band and in Park, Chuck Brown’s Legacy Lives On
Washington City Paper / Posted 14 days ago
When the Godfather of Go-Go died in a Baltimore hospital in May 2012, just a few months shy of his 76th birthday, fans from around the world vividly chronicled their memories on social media platforms. If there had been a question in recent years... Read more
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Washington Post
Lonnae O’Neal: Donnie Simpson returns! Score one for old-school D.C.After a five-year absence, legendary Washington radio personality Donnie Simpso
Lonnae O’Neal: Donnie Simpson returns! Score one for old-school D.C.
Washington Post / Posted 15 days ago
After a five-year absence, legendary Washington radio personality Donnie Simpson returns to the airwaves. (Astrid Riecken/For The Washington Post) Well the names have all changed since you hung around But those dreams have remained and they’re... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Red Line cancellation stops property acquisitionsMaryland officials have begun notifying about 500 property owners that the stat
Red Line cancellation stops property acquisitions
Baltimore Sun / Posted 19 days ago
Maryland officials have begun notifying about 500 property owners that the state no longer plans to buy their land or underground rights to make way for the Red Line light rail project. Gov. Larry Hogan pulled the plug on the 14.1-mile project,... Read more
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KSWO Lawton-Wichita Falls
Waurika hires city manager, appoints mayorWAURIKA, Okla._The City of Waurika has hired a new city manager and appointed a
Waurika hires city manager, appoints mayor
KSWO Lawton-Wichita Falls / Posted 19 days ago
WAURIKA, Okla._The City of Waurika has hired a new city manager and appointed a councilman to the position of mayor after the previous city manager, mayor and city attorney all resigned from their posts. The city has hired Brad Scott as the new city... Read more
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FOX 5 Washington D.C.
Residents worry Chuck Brown Day event could bring problems to neighborhoodAn event to honor a D.C. music legend is ruffling some feathers. Thousands of
Residents worry Chuck Brown Day event could bring problems to neighborhood
FOX 5 Washington D.C. / Posted 22 days ago
An event to honor a D.C. music legend is ruffling some feathers. Thousands of people plan to attend the first annual Chuck Brown Day next week but nearby residents are worried it will bring noise, trash and possibly violence to the area. The free... Read more
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NBC Washington
Chuck Brown Mural’s Days May Be Numbered in PetworthA popular mural of the Godfather of Go-Go, Chuck Brown, may not be able to surv
Chuck Brown Mural’s Days May Be Numbered in Petworth
NBC Washington / Posted 30 days ago
A popular mural of the Godfather of Go-Go, Chuck Brown, may not be able to survive redevelopment in northwest D.C.’s Petworth neighborhood. The mural was painted on a wall at Georgia Avenue NW and New Hampshire Avenue NW after Brown died in 2012,... Read more
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Washington Post
Rapper’s delightThomas "Kokamoe" Goode calls himself "the most famous rapper in D.C." He has th
Rapper’s delight
Washington Post / Posted 1 months ago
Thomas "Kokamoe" Goode calls himself "the most famous rapper in D.C." He has the support of his neighborhood, where he has been performing on the X2 bus for over 20 years. (Erin Patrick O'Connor/The Washington Post) On the X2, an unseasonably warm... Read more
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Washington Post
Rapper’s delightThomas "Kokamoe" Godde calls himself "the most famous rapper in D.C." He has th
Rapper’s delight
Washington Post / Posted 1 months ago
Thomas "Kokamoe" Godde calls himself "the most famous rapper in D.C." He has the support of his Northeast neighborhood, where he has been performing on the X2 bus for over 20 years. (Erin Patrick O'Connor/The Washington Post) On the X2, an... Read more

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