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The Daily Jeffersonian
Five for Wednesday: Five stories to look for in the April 27 issue of The Daily Jeffersoniancustody at that same location. 2) Get ready for summer with Cambridge pool pas
Five for Wednesday: Five stories to look for in the April 27 issue of The Daily Jeffersonian
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 2 days ago
custody at that same location. 2) Get ready for summer with Cambridge pool pass Pool passes for the 2016 season at the Cambridge City Pool are currently available for purchase. The rates are unchanged from last year, according to Park... Read more
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Hunts Post
Brilliant turnaround earns Brampton praise from manager Wayne Ambler Danny Cain (left) struck twice for Brampton against Cambridge City Reserves.
Brilliant turnaround earns Brampton praise from manager Wayne Ambler
Hunts Post / Posted 2 days ago
Danny Cain (left) struck twice for Brampton against Cambridge City Reserves. Brampton manager Wayne Ambler has praised his players for turning a miserable start into a memorable... Read more
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Hunts Post
Free service for eye ailments now available to Huntingdonshire residentsorder to assess how quickly they need seeing by the service. Patients have to
Free service for eye ailments now available to Huntingdonshire residents
Hunts Post / Posted 2 days ago
order to assess how quickly they need seeing by the service. Patients have to be registered with a GP practice in Royston, Cambridge City, Cambridge North/South, Huntingdon, St Ives, St Neots, Ely and Wisbech area to access this service. For more... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
Five for Tuesday: Five stories to look for in the April 26 issue of The Daily JeffersonianJeffersonian Published: April 26, 2016 6:00 AM 1) Clean it up! City, township
Five for Tuesday: Five stories to look for in the April 26 issue of The Daily Jeffersonian
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 3 days ago
Jeffersonian Published: April 26, 2016 6:00 AM 1) Clean it up! City, townships join for annual spring cleanup Addressing Cambridge City Council Monday, City Property Maintenance Code Enforcement Officer Kim Conrath reminded folks of the spring... Read more
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Boston Globe
April 25, 2016being stopped by a large crowd on the street. ... Mazen, the son of an Egyptia
April 25, 2016
Boston Globe / Posted 3 days ago
being stopped by a large crowd on the street. ... Mazen, the son of an Egyptian immigrant, is the youngest member of the Cambridge City Council, squeaking onto the body two years ago with the least votes of any candidate elected to the... Read more
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Spalding Today
Home defeats for UCL trio1 Wyberton A 0. CAMBRIDGESHIRE WOMEN’S & GIRLS COUNTY LEAGUE Under-13 North:
Home defeats for UCL trio
Spalding Today / Posted 5 days ago
1 Wyberton A 0. CAMBRIDGESHIRE WOMEN’S & GIRLS COUNTY LEAGUE Under-13 North: Bluntisham 0 Bourne 5, Pinchbeck 2 Chatteris Town 0, Priory Parkside 2 St Ives 2. Under-16: Histon 0 St Ives 3, Cambridge City 18 Burwell 1, Spalding 1 Pi... Read more
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Spalding Today
Your guide to all the gamesv Chatteris Town (10.30am), Priory Parkside v St Ives (10.30am), Ramsey v G&N (
Your guide to all the games
Spalding Today / Posted 7 days ago
v Chatteris Town (10.30am), Priory Parkside v St Ives (10.30am), Ramsey v G&N (noon). Under-16: Histon v St Ives (10am), Cambridge City v Burwell (10.30am), Spalding v Pinchbeck (10.30am). PETERBOROUGH & DISTRICT JUNIOR ALLIANCE Under-7 Zone... Read more
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birminghammail
Two in a Rowe for hot shot Ryanover the bar for the Pitmen but the scene was set for Dyer’s sweet winner. HAL
Two in a Rowe for hot shot Ryan
birminghammail / Posted 7 days ago
over the bar for the Pitmen but the scene was set for Dyer’s sweet winner. HALESOWEN were unable to break down 10-man Cambridge City and had to settle for a share of the points in a fiercely contested match at Milton Road. The home team had a... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
Five for Thursday: Five stories to look for in the April 21 issue of The Daily Jeffersoniana fence has grown into something much more. Four years ago, the park board was
Five for Thursday: Five stories to look for in the April 21 issue of The Daily Jeffersonian
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 8 days ago
a fence has grown into something much more. Four years ago, the park board was discussing fence at Don Coss Field at the Cambridge City Park. The park board worked with Jack Warne on a design for the building a new entry way to the stadium and... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Cambridge City 1 King’s Lynn Town 3 – Away win secures top-10 finish for the Linnets Lee Stevenson scored twice in Lynn's win. Picture: MATTHEW USHER A brace fro
Cambridge City 1 King’s Lynn Town 3 – Away win secures top-10 finish for the Linnets
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 8 days ago
Lee Stevenson scored twice in Lynn's win. Picture: MATTHEW USHER A brace from Lee Stevenson and a goal from John Sands helped King’s Lynn Town win their final away... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
Five for Wednesday: Five stories to look for in the April 20 issue of The Daily Jeffersonianfive-member Board of Education unanimously approved Daniel A. Coffman to succee
Five for Wednesday: Five stories to look for in the April 20 issue of The Daily Jeffersonian
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 9 days ago
five-member Board of Education unanimously approved Daniel A. Coffman to succeed Dennis C. Dettra as superintendent of the Cambridge City School District. Coffman is currently serving as director of the Buffalo campus of the Mid-East Career and... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
King’s Lynn Town eye derby double over Cambridge City King's Lynn Town manager Gary Setchell. Picture: Matthew Usher. King’s Lynn
King’s Lynn Town eye derby double over Cambridge City
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 9 days ago
King's Lynn Town manager Gary Setchell. Picture: Matthew Usher. King’s Lynn Town make the short trip to St Ives tonight to play their final away game of the season. The Southern League Premier... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
Five for Tuesday: Five stories to look for in the April 19 issue of The Daily Jeffersonianarrived. The fire was reported at 8:36 a.m. by a neighbor. 2) Board poised to
Five for Tuesday: Five stories to look for in the April 19 issue of The Daily Jeffersonian
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 9 days ago
arrived. The fire was reported at 8:36 a.m. by a neighbor. 2) Board poised to vote on new superintendent contract The Cambridge City School District's Board of Education is scheduled to vote tonight for a successor to Superintendent Dennis C.... Read more
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Spalding Today
Your guide to all the games(10.30am), Pinchbeck v G&N (10.30am), Priory Parkside v Bourne (11.30am). Unde
Your guide to all the games
Spalding Today / Posted 14 days ago
(10.30am), Pinchbeck v G&N (10.30am), Priory Parkside v Bourne (11.30am). Under-16 (10.30am): Burwell v Histon, Melbourn v Cambridge City, Spalding v St Ives. PETERBOROUGH & DISTRICT JUNIOR ALLIANCE Under-7 Zone (10am): G&N v Crowland. Under-7... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
KENNETH RAY HICKMAN SR. 1939He was employed at Phillips Products for 18 Years. Kenneth retired from Cambrid
KENNETH RAY HICKMAN SR. 1939
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 15 days ago
He was employed at Phillips Products for 18 Years. Kenneth retired from Cambridge City Schools, after 27 years as a custodian at Park and South Elementary Schools. After retirement, he enjoyed fishing, gardening and playing cards. One of his greatest... Read more
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Hunts Post
Godmanchester Rovers manager Matt Clements hails his high-scoring centurionslate on. What makes Rovers’ goalscoring feat even better is the fact they lost
Godmanchester Rovers manager Matt Clements hails his high-scoring centurions
Hunts Post / Posted 16 days ago
late on. What makes Rovers’ goalscoring feat even better is the fact they lost leading scorer James Hall to higher-level Cambridge City at the beginning of February. Boss Clements said: “It was a huge blow to lose James after he had scored so... Read more
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Surrey Advertiser
Tunnel vision for Guildford traffic problemthe road network and keep traffic out of the centre of the town. Speaker Peter
Tunnel vision for Guildford traffic problem
Surrey Advertiser / Posted 17 days ago
the road network and keep traffic out of the centre of the town. Speaker Peter Studdert, a past director of planning at Cambridge City Council who oversaw development there, commented: "I couldn't believe it when I got off the train [in... Read more
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Spalding Today
Saturday football: Defeat for Tigers, draws at Tulips and RangersWOMEN’S & GIRLS COUNTY LEAGUE Under-13 North: Chatteris 0 Priory Parkside 5, M
Saturday football: Defeat for Tigers, draws at Tulips and Rangers
Spalding Today / Posted 19 days ago
WOMEN’S & GIRLS COUNTY LEAGUE Under-13 North: Chatteris 0 Priory Parkside 5, March SS v Bluntisham abandoned, St Ives 0 Yaxley 4, Ramsey 0 Bourne 4. Under-16: Pinchbeck 0 St Ives 16, Spalding 0 Histon 8, Sutton... Read more
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examiner.com
Indiana state trooper fired for his preaching pull overs: Bible themed stops?complaint with the Indiana State Police, Hamilton placed her on a “prayer list”
Indiana state trooper fired for his preaching pull overs: Bible themed stops?
examiner.com / Posted 20 days ago
complaint with the Indiana State Police, Hamilton placed her on a “prayer list” at his church, the First Baptist Church in Cambridge City. The suit says “Ms. Pyle was extremely uncomfortable with these questions,” and that “in order to hopefully... Read more
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WTHR Indianapolis
Supporters of fired Indiana State Trooper speak outhad nothing to say though Friday about his dismissal. Eyewitness News caught u
Supporters of fired Indiana State Trooper speak out
WTHR Indianapolis / Posted 20 days ago
had nothing to say though Friday about his dismissal. Eyewitness News caught up with the former trooper at his church in Cambridge City just before a Friday night service. Instead, Hamilton invited us to Connersville Saturday morning to hear him... Read more
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Daily Mail
Police trooper fired for preaching about Jesus during traffic stopand whether she accepted Jesus Christ as her savior. He also gave her a religi
Police trooper fired for preaching about Jesus during traffic stop
Daily Mail / Posted 20 days ago
and whether she accepted Jesus Christ as her savior. He also gave her a religious pamphlet from First Baptist Church in Cambridge City which advertised a radio broadcast called 'Policing for Jesus Ministries.' The leaflet also provided a list... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
This Cambridgeshire businessman wants to be mayor of East Anglia - who is he?businessman. Who is Peter Dawe? Peter Dawe spent his early career working in
This Cambridgeshire businessman wants to be mayor of East Anglia - who is he?
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 21 days ago
businessman. Who is Peter Dawe? Peter Dawe spent his early career working in finance and management services at Cambridge City and Cambridgeshire County councils. He was an early board member of the East of England Development Agency,... Read more
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Psych Central
How the Very Old Think About Deathdecisions concerning their end of life care.” For the study, researchers inter
How the Very Old Think About Death
Psych Central / Posted 21 days ago
decisions concerning their end of life care.” For the study, researchers interviewed 33 people over 95 years old from Cambridge City. For those participants too frail to be interviewed in-person, a relative or caregiver was interviewed in... Read more
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FOX News
Indiana state trooper fired for proselytizing during traffic stopsasked her several times about her religious beliefs. He also allegedly gave her
Indiana state trooper fired for proselytizing during traffic stops
FOX News / Posted 21 days ago
asked her several times about her religious beliefs. He also allegedly gave her a pamphlet from First Baptist Church in Cambridge City, which asks readers to acknowledge being a sinner, and advertised a radio broadcast titled "Policing for Jesus... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
Indiana trooper sued a second time for proselytizingto answer with his squad car parked behind her car. She claimed Hamilton gave h
Indiana trooper sued a second time for proselytizing
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 21 days ago
to answer with his squad car parked behind her car. She claimed Hamilton gave her a pamphlet from First Baptist Church in Cambridge City, which asks readers to acknowledge being a sinner and advertised a radio broadcast titled “Policing for Jesus... Read more
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Daily Mail
Christian police trooper sued again for preaching his faithwhether she had accepted Jesus Christ as her savior. He also gave her a religi
Christian police trooper sued again for preaching his faith
Daily Mail / Posted 21 days ago
whether she had accepted Jesus Christ as her savior. He also gave her a religious pamphlet from First Baptist Church in Cambridge City which advertised a radio broadcast called 'Policing for Jesus Ministries.' Wendy Pyle says she was driving... Read more
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Spalding Today
Your guide to all the games (April 7-13St Ives v Yaxley (10.30am), Ramsey v Bourne (noon). Under-16 (10.30am): Pinchb
Your guide to all the games (April 7-13
Spalding Today / Posted 21 days ago
St Ives v Yaxley (10.30am), Ramsey v Bourne (noon). Under-16 (10.30am): Pinchbeck v St Ives, Spalding v Histon, Sutton v Cambridge City. PETERBOROUGH & DISTRICT JUNIOR ALLIANCE Under-7 Zone (10.30am): Pinchbeck v G&N, Spalding v One Touch,... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Indiana trooper sued again for proselytizing during traffic stopsanswer with his squad car parked behind her car. She claimed that Hamilton gave
Indiana trooper sued again for proselytizing during traffic stops
The Seattle Times / Posted 22 days ago
answer with his squad car parked behind her car. She claimed that Hamilton gave her a pamphlet from First Baptist Church in Cambridge City, which asks readers to acknowledge being a sinner, and advertised a radio broadcast titled “Policing for Jesus... Read more
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Psych Central
How the Very Old Think About Deathdecisions concerning their end of life care.” For the study, researchers inter
How the Very Old Think About Death
Psych Central / Posted 22 days ago
decisions concerning their end of life care.” For the study, researchers interviewed 33 people over 95 years old from Cambridge City. For those participants too frail to be interviewed in-person, a relative or caregiver was interviewed in... Read more
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ABC News
Indiana Trooper Sued a Second Time for Proselytizinganswer with his squad car parked behind her car. She claimed that Hamilton gave
Indiana Trooper Sued a Second Time for Proselytizing
ABC News / Posted 22 days ago
answer with his squad car parked behind her car. She claimed that Hamilton gave her a pamphlet from First Baptist Church in Cambridge City, which asks readers to acknowledge being a sinner, and advertised a radio broadcast titled "Policing for Jesus... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
Five for Thursday: Five stories to look for in the April 7 issue of The Daily Jeffersonian(weather permitting) from 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. -- will debut that day at a new l
Five for Thursday: Five stories to look for in the April 7 issue of The Daily Jeffersonian
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 22 days ago
(weather permitting) from 8 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. -- will debut that day at a new location, the parking lot of the former Cambridge City Hall and Municipal Court. [Article continues below] 3) Search for stolen safe leads police to suspected... Read more
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TribLIVE
Jesus-preaching Indiana State Police trooper sued againanswer with his squad car parked behind her car. She claimed that Hamilton gave
Jesus-preaching Indiana State Police trooper sued again
TribLIVE / Posted 22 days ago
answer with his squad car parked behind her car. She claimed that Hamilton gave her a pamphlet from First Baptist Church in Cambridge City, which asks readers to acknowledge being a sinner. Show commenting policy TribLive commenting policy You... Read more
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Boston Globe
April 6, 201toe the line. Just ask Ben Swan, the 82-year-old, 12-term state representative
April 6, 201
Boston Globe / Posted 22 days ago
toe the line. Just ask Ben Swan, the 82-year-old, 12-term state representative from Springfield. Or Leland Cheung, the Cambridge city councilor and 2014 candidate for lieutenant governor. The two, who were fighting to keep their seats as... Read more
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Boston Globe
Democrats oust 2 from state committeetoe the line. Just ask Ben Swan, the 82-year-old, 12-term state representative
Democrats oust 2 from state committee
Boston Globe / Posted 22 days ago
toe the line. Just ask Ben Swan, the 82-year-old, 12-term state representative from Springfield. Or Leland Cheung, the Cambridge city councilor and 2014 candidate for lieutenant governor. The two, who were fighting to keep their seats as... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Pupils are going hungry during their summer break, teachers warna good life but can’t because they are hungry. "And what happens in the holida
Pupils are going hungry during their summer break, teachers warn
Daily Telegraph / Posted 24 days ago
a good life but can’t because they are hungry. "And what happens in the holidays? Children and families get hungrier." Cambridge city council, for instance, has seen a considerable rise in applications for holiday club provision but only for... Read more
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Boston Globe
A love of pigeons, a hidden pastphotos of young Dorothy and Allan, the papers carried word that Helen Steele, 2
A love of pigeons, a hidden past
Boston Globe / Posted 24 days ago
photos of young Dorothy and Allan, the papers carried word that Helen Steele, 26, was on the “danger list” at what was then Cambridge City Hospital. “Children of Heroine,” the Boston American dubbed them, describing how their mother “offered her own... Read more
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Boston Globe
A love of pigeons, a hidden pastphotos of young Dorothy and Allan, the papers carried word that Helen Steele, 2
A love of pigeons, a hidden past
Boston Globe / Posted 24 days ago
photos of young Dorothy and Allan, the papers carried word that Helen Steele, 26, was on the “danger list” at what was then Cambridge City Hospital. “Children of Heroine,” the Boston American dubbed them, describing how their mother “offered her own... Read more
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Hunts Post
Derby draw is another small step towards safety for St Neots Town Drew Roberts scores in St Neots Town's 1-1 draw with Cambridge City. Picture:
Derby draw is another small step towards safety for St Neots Town
Hunts Post / Posted 26 days ago
Drew Roberts scores in St Neots Town's 1-1 draw with Cambridge City. Picture: CLAIRE HOWES St Neots Town were denied derby glory today by a player they tried – and failed - to... Read more
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Hunts Post
Derby draw is another small step towards safety to St Neots Town Drew Roberts scores in St Neots Town's 1-1 draw with Cambridge City. Picture:
Derby draw is another small step towards safety to St Neots Town
Hunts Post / Posted 26 days ago
Drew Roberts scores in St Neots Town's 1-1 draw with Cambridge City. Picture: CLAIRE HOWES St Neots Town were denied derby glory today by a player they tried – and failed - to... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Thurlow Nunn League preview: Thetford Town aim to move out of Premier Division bottom threea winning start to his fourth stint in the reds’ hot seat as preparations for a
Thurlow Nunn League preview: Thetford Town aim to move out of Premier Division bottom three
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 27 days ago
a winning start to his fourth stint in the reds’ hot seat as preparations for a Cambs Invitation Cup final on May 9 against Cambridge City begin to gather pace. He said: “We’ve got the cup final coming up, but that’s going to be put on the... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Thurlow Nunn League preview: Thetford Town aim to move out of Premier Division bottom threea winning start to his fourth stint in the reds’ hot seat as preparations for a
Thurlow Nunn League preview: Thetford Town aim to move out of Premier Division bottom three
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 27 days ago
a winning start to his fourth stint in the reds’ hot seat as preparations for a Cambs Invitation Cup final on May 9 against Cambridge City begin to gather pace. He said: “We’ve got the cup final coming up, but that’s going to be put on the... Read more
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Boston Globe
For some, loss of Harvard Square trees cuts deepcampus center renovation will include green space, public bathrooms, chess tabl
For some, loss of Harvard Square trees cuts deep
Boston Globe / Posted 28 days ago
campus center renovation will include green space, public bathrooms, chess tables, and food vendors, Neal said. Cambridge City Councilor Jan Devereux, who took office in January, has been following the tree controversy and understands... Read more
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Hunts Post
Roberts strikes as St Neots Town pocket another pleasing away pointcomplete a quick turnaround for a Saints side who had fallen behind just after
Roberts strikes as St Neots Town pocket another pleasing away point
Hunts Post / Posted 29 days ago
complete a quick turnaround for a Saints side who had fallen behind just after the quarter-of-an-hour mark. St Neots will be safe on Saturday if Histon fail to win at Bedworth – regardless of their own result in a home derby against Cambridge... Read more
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The Comet
Hitchin’s title charge suffers a blow as top scorer faces SIX GAME ban after ‘spitting’ incidentElse Hitchin Town’s top scorer could be set for a six-game ban after being sen
Hitchin’s title charge suffers a blow as top scorer faces SIX GAME ban after ‘spitting’ incident
The Comet / Posted 30 days ago
Else Hitchin Town’s top scorer could be set for a six-game ban after being sent off for spitting in the club’s victory at Cambridge City. Jonny McNamara was shown a red card after just 19 minutes in the club’s match at City on Easter Monday when... Read more
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Hunts Post
St Neots Town boss wants four more points in the next four days to put survival beyond doubtscheduled for Easter Monday, but a waterlogged pitch forced its postponement.
St Neots Town boss wants four more points in the next four days to put survival beyond doubt
Hunts Post / Posted 30 days ago
scheduled for Easter Monday, but a waterlogged pitch forced its postponement. Davies’ men then entertain county rivals Cambridge City in a home derby clash this Saturday, 3pm and he hopes they will be mathematically certain of staying up by the... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
Five for Tuesday: Five stories to look for in the March 29 issue of The Daily Jeffersoniandiscussion moderated by Dr. Sanjay Gupta at the National Rx Drug Abuse & Heroin
Five for Tuesday: Five stories to look for in the March 29 issue of The Daily Jeffersonian
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted a month ago
discussion moderated by Dr. Sanjay Gupta at the National Rx Drug Abuse & Heroin Summit. [Article continues below] 3) CAMBRIDGE CITY COUNCIL Diligence of both sides lauded in AFSCME talks During the Monday evening Cambridge City Council... Read more
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The Comet
Ten-man Canaries make it back-to-back wins with victory over Cambridge City Lucas Kirkpatrick. Picture: Peter Else Hitchin’s thrilling season shows now
Ten-man Canaries make it back-to-back wins with victory over Cambridge City
The Comet / Posted a month ago
Lucas Kirkpatrick. Picture: Peter Else Hitchin’s thrilling season shows now sign of abating as Lucas Kirkpatrick’s goal kept them within touching distance of top spot in... Read more
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Boston Globe
Kennedy helps spearhead letter supporting gay ambassadorDominicans of Haitian descent who were driven from the country by violence and
Kennedy helps spearhead letter supporting gay ambassador
Boston Globe / Posted a month ago
Dominicans of Haitian descent who were driven from the country by violence and deportations, said Dennis Benzan, a former Cambridge city councilor who has met the ambassador and his husband. “He has really fought harder than any other ambassador... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
Elsa Dorfman, known for her huge polaroid portraits, stares at retirementcommercial portrait studio in the basement of an office building on Massachuset
Elsa Dorfman, known for her huge polaroid portraits, stares at retirement
Manila Bulletin / Posted a month ago
commercial portrait studio in the basement of an office building on Massachusetts Avenue is an embossed resolution from the Cambridge City Council declaring her, more or less, a local landmark. Next to it is Dorfman’s statement of artistic purpose,... Read more
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