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Peeps Easter candy just got even more horrible
Peeps, the popular marshmallow Easter candy with the mouth-feel of a a sponge made out of human brain, has found a way to be even more horrible this spring. The candy's cult-like devotees will be...
Read more at San Antonio Express-News
Can technology help combat CV fraud?
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is all too common but difficult for employers to spot Honesty is the best policy. Unless we happen to be talking about
and resumes, it seems. In 2014, 63% of all...
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Vanderburgh Co. restaurant reports
Violations:Hornville Tavern, 2607 W. Baseline Rd. Two critical violations: walk-in behind bar soiled, wet wiping cloths not stored in chemical sanitizer; two non-critical violations: dish machine...
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Hilton Garden Inn
Sanborn man sentenced to state prison in prescrip...
LOCKPORT – A man who was ejected from the judicial diversion program of court-supervised drug treatment after being accused of stalking a program staffer was sentenced Thursday to 2½ years in state...
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Matthew J. Murphy III
The New Health Market May Be the Single Greatest ...
For decades, health care has been largely exempt from the rampant emergence of technology that has disrupted other industries. But it seems the industry’s turn has come at last: In the first half of...
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Market expects auto volumes to recover in FY16
The automobile sector has seen a prolonged slowdown. Though slowing growth, high interest rates and high fuel prices have taken the wind out of the ‘sunrise sector’, 2015-16 is expected to be a...
Read more at Business Standard India
Judge says 'pure luck no one harmed' after recrui...
The 34-year-old, originally from Glasgow, pleaded guilty to 21 counts that involved the making or supplying of articles for use in fraud while working for Midas. He was arrested in April 2010 after...
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Man Arrested 109 Times Lands Back in Jail for Sho...
By Ruth Manuel-Logan Nathan Ferguson has traveled here 108 times and now, he has taken his 109th trip—that would be directly to jail! It seems that Ferguson is a record breaker of sorts and not in a...
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New York Daily News
Cuyahoga County Sheriff’s Office
Entrepreneurs Need to Stop Doing These 10 Things,...
Being an entrepreneur is hard. It's really hard. There isn't a playbook, instructional manual, video or biography that can possibly provide you with enough information to make it easy. While the...
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Study Shows Consumers Only Save 96 Seconds With I...
In-Store Pickup is a common feature for retailers, with stores such as Barnes & Noble, Macy's, Target, Best Buy, and
offering the service. There are more than 21 retailers who offer the service,...
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Jobbio secures €1m in funding round
Pictured: Stephen and John Quinn, Jobbio Job-hunting website continues to expand with US office, new features Hiring platform Jobbio is expanding its international presence after securing €1 million...
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News of the Weird
The Unhoneymoon • A Saratoga Springs, New York, resort has begun accepting totally defeated husbands and wives for a relaxed weekend that includes divorce, bringing to America a concept already...
Read more at Artvoice
PBN Summit - Health Care Reform and The Insurance...
Join PBN for the annual review of the Affordable Care Act on February 26th at the Crowne Plaze Providence-Warwick from 8-11am. Find out about it's impact on Providers, Insurers & Employers, how's its...
Read more at Providence Business News
Worcester man charged in two robberies
WORCESTER � An Arnold Road man was arrested Tuesday night in connection with two robberies in the Clark University area earlier in the evening. Christopher Paquin, 22, of 233 Arnold Road, was charged...
Read more at Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Hobby Lobby, Stein Mart coming to Rancho Mirage
Two major retailers are being added to the Rancho Las Palmas Shopping Center on the corner of Highway 111 and Bob Hope Dr. Crews in Rancho Mirage are continuing the the largest construction project...
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Bishop Diego Students Volunteer For Day of Service
Some of the 283 volunteers went to Direct Relief in Goleta where they packed up 400 backpacks each filled with $500 worth of first aid gear. The emergency medical packs were broken up into five...
Read more at KEYT 3 Santa Barbara
Man found guilty in road rage assault against eld...
EL CAJON (CBS 8) - A jury Wednesday convicted a man in a violent road rage assault that resulted in serious injuries to a 76-year-old driver last year. Thomas Sikes, 56, was found guilty of elder...
Read more at Channel 8 San Diego
McHenry mayor credits community for success in St...
... strength of the team is each individual member," Low said to start her State of McHenry address. "The strength of each member is the team." Low touted the city's success during the annual event...
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Authorities release images of robbery suspect in ...
Posted: Wednesday, February 25th 2015 at 6:40pm Authorities release images of robbery suspect in Dawson County DAWSONVILLE - Dawson County authorities went public Wednesday with images of a suspect...
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Dawson News & Advertiser
SJPD Looking For Man Accused of Robbing a CVS Pha...
San Jose police are asking for the public's help in finding a man who robbed a
Pharmacy in South San Jose and hit a security guard with his skateboard, Officer Albert Morales said. The robbery...
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