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Boston Globe
Cambridge taxi drivers hold one-day strike to protest Uber, Lyftrival proposals in September. Monday morning, the striking Cambridge drivers p
Cambridge taxi drivers hold one-day strike to protest Uber, Lyft
Boston Globe / Posted 3 hours ago
rival proposals in September. Monday morning, the striking Cambridge drivers parked their cabs in a bus lane in front of Cambridge City Hall, chanting loudly and honking their horns. Police tolerated their presence, occasionally shooing away... Read more
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The Times Leader
St. C. preps for regionaland all of those were scored by the Bobcats. They knocked off Buckeye Local, 1-
St. C. preps for regional
The Times Leader / Posted 10 hours ago
and all of those were scored by the Bobcats. They knocked off Buckeye Local, 1-0, in last week's district title game at Cambridge City Park. St. Clairsville, meanwhile, has recorded wins against Morgan, Carrollton and Claymont. The matchup, in... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
A little hoops help at Cambridge City Park Published: May 24, 2016 11:00 AM Michael Neilson/The Daily Jeffersonian/buyje
A little hoops help at Cambridge City Park
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 12 hours ago
Published: May 24, 2016 11:00 AM Michael Neilson/The Daily Jeffersonian/buyjeffphotos.com Marshall Thornberry gives his eight-year-old daughter, Marabelle, a little added height while shooting some hoops... Read more
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vitalfootball co uk
Burns Gets One Year MK Dons Dealhis debut against Leyton Orient as a substitute on the final day of the 2013/14
Burns Gets One Year MK Dons Deal
vitalfootball co uk / Posted 13 hours ago
his debut against Leyton Orient as a substitute on the final day of the 2013/14 campaign, he has had loan spells out with Cambridge City and Truro City, and he made his full debut last season against Sheffield Wednesday where he kept a clean... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
Five for Tuesday: Five stories to look for in the May 24 issue of The Daily Jeffersonianfirefighters museum Approval opens door for continued work on Turner Avenue [
Five for Tuesday: Five stories to look for in the May 24 issue of The Daily Jeffersonian
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 16 hours ago
firefighters museum Approval opens door for continued work on Turner Avenue [Article continues below] The approval by Cambridge City Council Monday of a request to use $12,000 in capital improvement funds opened the door for continued work on... Read more
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The Times Leader
St. C. preps for regionaland all of those were scored by the Bobcats. They knocked off Buckeye Local, 1-
St. C. preps for regional
The Times Leader / Posted 20 hours ago
and all of those were scored by the Bobcats. They knocked off Buckeye Local, 1-0, in last week's district title game at Cambridge City Park. St. Clairsville, meanwhile, has recorded wins against Morgan, Carrollton and Claymont. The matchup, in... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
New events for Salt Fork Festival in CambridgeFork Festival begins. 'Art in the Park' will provide a summer workshop for stud
New events for Salt Fork Festival in Cambridge
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted yesterday
Fork Festival begins. 'Art in the Park' will provide a summer workshop for students 6-13 at the Bennett Pavilion in the Cambridge City Park the week of July 25-29. During summer vacation students can have time to explore their artistic... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
5 for Monday: 5 stories to look for the May 23 issue of The Daily Jeffthe Salt Fork Festival begins. 'Art in the Park' will provide a summer workshop
5 for Monday: 5 stories to look for the May 23 issue of The Daily Jeff
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted yesterday
the Salt Fork Festival begins. 'Art in the Park' will provide a summer workshop for students 6-13 at the Bennett Pavilion in the Cambridge City Park the week of July 25-29. During summer vacation students can have time to explore their artistic s... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
Cambridge sending two doubles teams to OHSAA State Tourney McCauley-Eddy, Taylor-Lewis to compete intwo CHS teams will go head-to-head this week to determine first and second plac
Cambridge sending two doubles teams to OHSAA State Tourney McCauley-Eddy, Taylor-Lewis to compete in
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted yesterday
two CHS teams will go head-to-head this week to determine first and second place in the District will take place at the Cambridge City Park Tennis Courts sometime this week. "Both teams have played together for two years now," said Ruby, "and... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
5 for Monday: 5 stories to look for in the May 23 issue of The Daily Jeff!the Salt Fork Festival begins. ‘Art in the Park’ will provide a summer workshop
5 for Monday: 5 stories to look for in the May 23 issue of The Daily Jeff!
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted yesterday
the Salt Fork Festival begins. ‘Art in the Park’ will provide a summer workshop for students 6-13 at the Bennett Pavilion in the Cambridge City Park the week of July 25-29. During summer vacation students can have time to explore their artistic s... Read more
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The Advocate
Why This Week Was Huge for Black GaysMass., was the first to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. At 9:15 a.
Why This Week Was Huge for Black Gays
The Advocate / Posted 4 days ago
Mass., was the first to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. At 9:15 a.m. the first couple was married. Then Cambridge City Clerk Margaret Drury said to Tanya McCluskey, 52, and Marcia Kadish, 56, of Malden, “I now pronounce you... Read more
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Royston & Buntingford Crow
Bassingbourn pub’s fourth steam fair spectacular is most successful to datepub’s fourth steam fair spectacular is most successful to date An Aveling Port
Bassingbourn pub’s fourth steam fair spectacular is most successful to date
Royston & Buntingford Crow / Posted 4 days ago
pub’s fourth steam fair spectacular is most successful to date An Aveling Porter 1920 Steam Roller, previously used by Cambridge City Council for road repairs and now in the ownership of Nick Allan from Arrington since 1982, negotiates the... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
Good Day/Weather and notes for the Guernsey County areais as follows: [Article continues below] • Caldwell Exempted Village -- Tuesd
Good Day/Weather and notes for the Guernsey County area
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 5 days ago
is as follows: [Article continues below] • Caldwell Exempted Village -- Tuesday, May 24, 2-hour early dismissal • Cambridge City -- Thursday, May 19, 2-hour early dismissal • East Guernsey Local -- Monday, May 23, regular dismissal •... Read more
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The Times Leader
Buckeye Local lassos Colts in Division II, 10-2away from the regional ... what a feeling," Soos said. Buckeye Local will seek
Buckeye Local lassos Colts in Division II, 10-2
The Times Leader / Posted 6 days ago
away from the regional ... what a feeling," Soos said. Buckeye Local will seek a berth in the 'Sweet 16' on Thursday at Cambridge City Park against Zanesville Maysville, which dispatched Dover, 5-0, in the other Distrct II semifinal. The... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Mary Beard attacks plans to replace Victorian lampposts with eco-friendly ones as 'vandalism'as part of major changes for the county's streetlighting, with lights in many a
Mary Beard attacks plans to replace Victorian lampposts with eco-friendly ones as 'vandalism'
Daily Telegraph / Posted 6 days ago
as part of major changes for the county's streetlighting, with lights in many areas now switched off between 2am and 6am. Cambridge City Council has agreed to pay to keep all the lights on within the city boundary between these times, with... Read more
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Weirton Daily Times
Panthers advance with winaway from the regional ... what a feeling," Soos said. Buckeye Local will seek
Panthers advance with win
Weirton Daily Times / Posted 6 days ago
away from the regional ... what a feeling," Soos said. Buckeye Local will seek a berth in the 'Sweet 16' on Thursday at Cambridge City Park against Zanesville Maysville, which dispatched Dover, 5-0, in the other Distrct II semifinal. The... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
2016 road resurfacing project in Cambridge announcedare scheduled for resurfacing under the city’s 2016 Continuous Street Improveme
2016 road resurfacing project in Cambridge announced
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 7 days ago
are scheduled for resurfacing under the city’s 2016 Continuous Street Improvement Project. The Finance Committee of Cambridge City Council approved a request Monday from City Engineer Paul Sherry granting the administration permission to... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
Cambridge City Council’s Finance Committee approves request for funds to cover police cruiser mainteDan Davis The Daily Jeffersonian Published: May 17, 2016 11:00 AM Among the it
Cambridge City Council’s Finance Committee approves request for funds to cover police cruiser mainte
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 7 days ago
Dan Davis The Daily Jeffersonian Published: May 17, 2016 11:00 AM Among the items approved Monday by Cambridge City Council’s Finance Committee was a... Read more
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The Record
Windows smashed at Woodside historic home; Three arrested in Kitchener for shopliftingused in various shoplifting offences, he said. City manager will serve as muni
Windows smashed at Woodside historic home; Three arrested in Kitchener for shoplifting
The Record / Posted 7 days ago
used in various shoplifting offences, he said. City manager will serve as municipal administrators' association president Cambridge city manager Gary Dyke will serve as president of the Ontario Municipal Administrators' Association for the 2016-17... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
Five for Tuesday: Five stories to look for in the May 17 issue of The Daily Jeffare scheduled for resurfacing under the city's 2016 Continuous Street Improveme
Five for Tuesday: Five stories to look for in the May 17 issue of The Daily Jeff
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 7 days ago
are scheduled for resurfacing under the city's 2016 Continuous Street Improvement Project. The Finance Committee of Cambridge City Council approved a request Monday from City Engineer Paul Sherry granting the administration permission to... Read more
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Luton Today
Opponents confirmed for AFC and Blues& Yeading, Kings Langley and St Ives Town next term. Southern Premier: Banbury
Opponents confirmed for AFC and Blues
Luton Today / Posted 8 days ago
& Yeading, Kings Langley and St Ives Town next term. Southern Premier: Banbury United; Basingstoke Town; Biggleswade Town; Cambridge City; Chesham United; Chippenham Town; Cinderford Town; Cirencester Town; Dorchester Town; Dunstable Town; Frome... Read more
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Luton Today
Opponents confirmed for for AFC and Blues& Yeading, Kings Langley and St Ives Town next term. Southern Premier: Banbury
Opponents confirmed for for AFC and Blues
Luton Today / Posted 8 days ago
& Yeading, Kings Langley and St Ives Town next term. Southern Premier: Banbury United; Basingstoke Town; Biggleswade Town; Cambridge City; Chesham United; Chippenham Town; Cinderford Town; Cirencester Town; Dorchester Town; Dunstable Town; Frome... Read more
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footballconference
The National League Official Websiteplans. Formerly a Plymouth Argyle trainee, Ben played moved on from Home Park
The National League Official Website
footballconference / Posted 11 days ago
plans. Formerly a Plymouth Argyle trainee, Ben played moved on from Home Park to play for Weymouth, Kettering Town, Cambridge City, Taunton Town, Truro City, Bideford and Hayes & Yeading United. �Once I signed in November it was all about... Read more
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Bury Free Press
£1.5 billion upgrade and widening of A14 in Cambridgeshire given go-aheadSouth Cambridgeshire District Council – £5 million Contributions of £1.5 milli
£1.5 billion upgrade and widening of A14 in Cambridgeshire given go-ahead
Bury Free Press / Posted 13 days ago
South Cambridgeshire District Council – £5 million Contributions of £1.5 million or less have also been agreed with: * Cambridge City Council * Fenland District Council * East Cambridgeshire District Council * Suffolk County Council *... Read more
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Boston Globe
Somerville mayor: $50M for Green Line extension 'necessary,' 'frustrating'municipal financing to help bridge the project’s budget gap, pending approval f
Somerville mayor: $50M for Green Line extension 'necessary,' 'frustrating'
Boston Globe / Posted 18 days ago
municipal financing to help bridge the project’s budget gap, pending approval from his city’s board of aldermen. Cambridge City Manager Richard Rossi said his city would kick in $25 million, also pending city council approval. The cities... Read more
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Royston & Buntingford Crow
Conservative Jason Ablewhite voted in as Cambridgeshire police and crime commissioner18,054 Totals: Jason Ablewhite (Con) 81,851 Dave Baigent (Lab) 72,480 Turno
Conservative Jason Ablewhite voted in as Cambridgeshire police and crime commissioner
Royston & Buntingford Crow / Posted 18 days ago
18,054 Totals: Jason Ablewhite (Con) 81,851 Dave Baigent (Lab) 72,480 Turnout: South Cambridgeshire: 34.34 per cent Cambridge City: 39.4 per cent East Cambridgeshire: 18.14 per cent Fenland: 18.23 per cent Huntingdonshire: 29.35 per... Read more
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Hunts Post
Conservative councillor from St Ives elected police and crime commissioner for Cambridgeshirevotes: Jason Ablewhite (Con) 17,967 Dave Baigent (Lab) 18,054 Jason Ablewhit
Conservative councillor from St Ives elected police and crime commissioner for Cambridgeshire
Hunts Post / Posted 18 days ago
votes: Jason Ablewhite (Con) 17,967 Dave Baigent (Lab) 18,054 Jason Ablewhite (Con) 81,851 Dave Baigent (Lab) 72,480 Cambridge City: 39.4 per cent East Cambridgeshire: 18.14 per cent Fenland: 18.23 per cent Huntingdonshire: 29.35 per... Read more
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Boston Globe
The Green Line extension's day of reckoning is comingthe extension would serve. That message has apparently been heard. On Thursday
The Green Line extension's day of reckoning is coming
Boston Globe / Posted 18 days ago
the extension would serve. That message has apparently been heard. On Thursday, Somerville Mayor Joseph Curtatone and Cambridge City Manager Richard Rossi said they would ask their city councils to approve a combined $75 million to help pay... Read more
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Boston Globe
Somerville, Cambridge offer $75M to save Green Line extensioneverything into doubt. The offers from the two cities and the planning group a
Somerville, Cambridge offer $75M to save Green Line extension
Boston Globe / Posted 19 days ago
everything into doubt. The offers from the two cities and the planning group are not set in stone. Both Curtatone and Cambridge City Manager Richard Rossi said they’re simply recommending the spending to their respective City Councils; any... Read more
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ABC 6 Providence
Somerville, Cambridge to kick in $75M for Green Line project$75 million to help get the MBTA's stalled Green Line extension project up and
Somerville, Cambridge to kick in $75M for Green Line project
ABC 6 Providence / Posted 19 days ago
$75 million to help get the MBTA's stalled Green Line extension project up and running. In a joint statement Thursday, Cambridge City Manager Richard Rossi and Somerville Mayor Joseph Curtatone said they're making the offer to help the state... Read more
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Boston Globe
Somerville, Cambridge leaders to push for city funding for Green Line extensionfunding toward the the beleaguered but long-awaited project. In a dual stateme
Somerville, Cambridge leaders to push for city funding for Green Line extension
Boston Globe / Posted 19 days ago
funding toward the the beleaguered but long-awaited project. In a dual statement, Somerville Mayor Joe Curtatone and Cambridge City Manager Richard Rossi said they are willing to have their cities chip in a combined $75 million for the... Read more
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Boston Globe
Somerville, Cambridge offer $75M to save Green Line extensionStephanie Pollack] that if the funding gap isn’t met there’s a great possibilit
Somerville, Cambridge offer $75M to save Green Line extension
Boston Globe / Posted 19 days ago
Stephanie Pollack] that if the funding gap isn’t met there’s a great possibility this project could not go forward,” said Cambridge City Manager Richard Rossi. “We’ve been trying to work cooperatively to find a solution.” Under the plan,... Read more
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WBUR Boston
Somerville, Cambridge Plan To Deliver $75 Million With Hopes Of Advancing Green Line Projectfunding gap,” and would be subject to local approval, according to the statemen
Somerville, Cambridge Plan To Deliver $75 Million With Hopes Of Advancing Green Line Project
WBUR Boston / Posted 19 days ago
funding gap,” and would be subject to local approval, according to the statement from Somerville Mayor Joe Curtatone and Cambridge City Manager Richard Rossi. Rossi visited the state Transportation Building on Monday where he said he was seeking... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
Five for Thursday: Five stories to look for in the May 5 issue of The Daily Jeffersoniannomination. Kasich made the announcement during a late-afternoon press event in
Five for Thursday: Five stories to look for in the May 5 issue of The Daily Jeffersonian
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 19 days ago
nomination. Kasich made the announcement during a late-afternoon press event in Columbus. 5) Garden Faire Saturday at Cambridge City Park The annual Garden Faire will be from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, May 7 at the Big Pavilion at Cambridge... Read more
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Hunts Post
Godmanchester Rovers boss Matt Clements determined to keep hold of his runners-upappearance as a substitute on a snowy night. It was his first outing in a Godma
Godmanchester Rovers boss Matt Clements determined to keep hold of his runners-up
Hunts Post / Posted 19 days ago
appearance as a substitute on a snowy night. It was his first outing in a Godmanchester shirt since joining higher-level Cambridge City at the end of January. Rovers were then presented with the Premier Division runners-up shield ahead of their... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
Fountain placed at Cambridge Duck Pondplaced at Cambridge Duck Pond Published: May 4, 2016 11:00 AM Michael Neilson/
Fountain placed at Cambridge Duck Pond
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 20 days ago
placed at Cambridge Duck Pond Published: May 4, 2016 11:00 AM Michael Neilson/The Daily Jeffersonian/buyjeffphotos.com Cambridge City Park Foreman Marty Matthews, l, and Doug Lambes keep tension on one of the three fountains in the Cambridge... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
Five for Tuesday: Five stories to look for in the May 3 issue of The Daily Jeffersonianwhat caused the tractor he was operating to overturn. 2) Golf cart operation o
Five for Tuesday: Five stories to look for in the May 3 issue of The Daily Jeffersonian
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 21 days ago
what caused the tractor he was operating to overturn. 2) Golf cart operation on agenda The Legislative Committee of Cambridge City Council voted unanimously Monday to adopt regulations governing the operation of golf carts in the... Read more
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Boston Globe
Some of the Cambridge City Council's methods could be in conflict with the ConstitutionSome rules and regulations guiding how citizens conduct themselves at Cambridge
Some of the Cambridge City Council's methods could be in conflict with the Constitution
Boston Globe / Posted 23 days ago
Some rules and regulations guiding how citizens conduct themselves at Cambridge City Council meetings may be unconstitutional, according to a report from the Cambridge Day. While city council meetings are public forums where courts have ruled that... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Cambridge University student catches FIRE while dressed as a sheepat the scene He was taken to hospital for further treatment An air ambulance
Cambridge University student catches FIRE while dressed as a sheep
Daily Mirror / Posted 23 days ago
at the scene He was taken to hospital for further treatment An air ambulance was spotted at the scene, on Jesus Green in Cambridge city centre. Thousands of students descended on the green today to take part in a riotous party known as Caesarian... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
Love to serve as director for Guernsey County youth choirBeatty Ave., corner of Clark Street. The choir will perform two or three songs
Love to serve as director for Guernsey County youth choir
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 24 days ago
Beatty Ave., corner of Clark Street. The choir will perform two or three songs at the City Band Concert on June 2 at the Cambridge City Park. The youth choir was started in 2012 by Chordial, the Cambridge Barbershop Chorus, because of cutbacks... Read more
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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 27 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 27 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 28 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 28 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 29 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 a month 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 1 months 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 1 months 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 1 months 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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