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Practice observations: Tom Brady still commanding...
The Patriots have completed their second practice of training camp at Gillette Stadium. It was held in shells. The Patriots wore jersey numbers today, so the practice notes will have better...
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The Monterey County Herald
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NFL Players Association
Q: Their job is to stump you. Who are they? A: Tr...
Bill Patschak keeps score at the Pour House Trivia Season X World Series in Hagerstown, Md., on Jan. 31. Patschak also wrote a portion of the event’s questions. (Pour House Trivia) Question No. 1:...
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The 20 best refs in World Cup history...so where ...
But what about the referees and the mounting heat on rugby’s whistle-blowers to get things spot-on every time? Four years ago Ireland’s Alain Rolland was seen as public enemy No.1 in Wales (but not...
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Air quality alert issued Tuesday, caution advised
The Department of Environmental Protection issued an air quality alert Tuesday, which means the conditions are ripe for air pollution to be particularly bad because of high heat and humidity. Channel...
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Department of Environmental Protection
Dominique Easley a surprise on PUP list
The Patriots placed eight players on the physically unable to perform list prior to Thursday’s first practice of training camp. Defensive lineman Dominique Easley, special teams captain Matthew...
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NBC Sports: ProFootballTalk
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New England Patriots
Board passes wage report, keeps it private
ALBANY – The state’s Fast Food Wage Board took one of its final steps Monday, approving a formal report recommending a $15-an-hour minimum wage for employees of the fast-food industry. At least,...
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New York City
ST. CATHARINES GOLF & COUNTRY CLUB Thursday Guys 1. Roy Houtby, Geoff Polecrone, Keith Shaver, Bruce Raham (-27); 2. Scott Fenwick, Mike Robertson, Duke Hannah, Bob Ruttan (-26). Closest to the...
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St. Catharines Standard
Niagara Falls Review
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Books for the beach? 700-page epics and quest fic...
Summer is when readers are traditionally supposed to reach for something undemanding: easy reads that require little brainwork as we lounge in the sun. But it seems the UK’s holiday reading habits are...
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Volunteer celebrates birthday by donating socks t...
Underwear and socks aren’t typically favorite birthday gifts, but Jay Collins wanted lots of them - just not for himself. People often donate outer clothing, particularly for women, Collins said, but...
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The Zombies Reteam With 'Odessey & Oracle' Illust...
British hitmakers turned-cult favorites-turned-celebrated legends The Zombies recently revealed they're reuniting the classic lineup to perform their 1967 classic Odessey & Oracle in its entirety live...
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No resolution over living wage policy for St Alba...
No resolution over living wage policy for St Albans district council Efforts to turn the district council into an accredited living wage employer have again been torpedoed, prompting a war of words...
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Living Wage Foundation
Workies run rivals ragged in 10-goal feast
SERVICES Workies ran over the top of South United late in the second half to make it two wins in as many weeks against them on Sunday. SERVICES Workies ran over the top of South United late in the...
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More than 100 talented students honoured at Castl...
BRIGHT students at a Thornbury secondary school saw their efforts honoured by a gold medal winner at a special end-of-year awards ceremony. More than 100 awards were presented during the annual...
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Memorial plaque for Accordion Man approved by cou...
Memorial plaque for Accordion Man approved by council The Accordion Man is an iconic face throughout St Albans A memorial plaque which fans of an market day busker petitioned for has been given the...
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Donner Lake Drops Because of Drought
The amount of water in Donner Lake is now 3 feet below average, the lowest in 20 years. Lake activity isn't slowing down because of low water levels, but park officials are taking precautions like...
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U.S. Geological Survey
Hinckley & Rugby hires non-exec director
, chief executive of Hinckley & Rugby, said: "Colin is a very welcome addition to the board. "He has accumulated vast experience in financial services over the many years he helped lead the...
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Attorney Says Milton Didn't Flee to Minnesota
OMAHA, Neb.-- An attorney for murder suspect Jarrell Milton told a judge during the boy's first court appearance Friday afternoon that the 12-year-old wasn't hiding out in Minneapolis, but was on a...
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KETV 7 Omaha
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Ton-up Olly Tice gets Westbury's title challenge ...
Youngster Olly Tice made the most of his Westbury first team call-up by smashing a century to get his side’s OCA Division 1 title challenge back on track. Tice slammed 112 off the visiting...
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William D. "Bill" Hoffman, 66, of Harrisville, W.Va., passed away July 5, 2015, at his home surrounded by family after a short battle with cancer from Agent Orange exposure and a four-decade long...
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Housing charity asks Government to consult state ...
Housing charity Habitat for Humanity has asked the Government to consult state house tenants before selling up to 1600 state houses in Tauranga and Invercargill. Photo / Thinkstock Housing charity...
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