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Detroit Free Press
Detroit's notorious impostor gets 3 years prisonwho had graduated from Duke University and the U.S. Military Academy. Prosecut
Detroit's notorious impostor gets 3 years prison
Detroit Free Press / Posted an hour ago
who had graduated from Duke University and the U.S. Military Academy. Prosecutors said Street got a hold of the man’s college transcripts, diplomas and class ring from Duke and the Military Academy and then used the information to post a fake... Read more
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The Telegraph
Tintin scares off girl's tormentorsher spine at the thought. Three men had been sentenced to death five days earli
Tintin scares off girl's tormentors
The Telegraph / Posted 2 hours ago
her spine at the thought. Three men had been sentenced to death five days earlier for raping and murdering a 20-year-old college girl in Kamduni in 2013, but Saturday's incident has reinforced the fear that the streets are no safer for women than... Read more
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Fairfield Echo
Liberty Twp. neighbors in cell tower fight show little guys...giant communications company eventually backed down, sending the Journal-News t
Liberty Twp. neighbors in cell tower fight show little guys...
Fairfield Echo / Posted 7 hours ago
giant communications company eventually backed down, sending the Journal-News this comment: “Cincinnati Bell and Liberty Township have agreed to look for alternate locations to construct communication facilities that will improve cell phone... Read more
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The Iron Mountain Daily News
Having choices healthy for local electionsprospective officeholders see fit to make their move, there are dates for them
Having choices healthy for local elections
The Iron Mountain Daily News / Posted 7 hours ago
prospective officeholders see fit to make their move, there are dates for them to keep in mind. Around the region, all township board and county commissioner seats, along with most county-level elected positions will be up for voters'... Read more
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The Iron Mountain Daily News
A roundup of recent Michigan newspaper editorialsprospective officeholders see fit to make their move, there are dates for them
A roundup of recent Michigan newspaper editorials
The Iron Mountain Daily News / Posted 8 hours ago
prospective officeholders see fit to make their move, there are dates for them to keep in mind. Around the region, all township board and county commissioner seats, along with most county-level elected positions will be up for voters'... Read more
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NBA.com
Kerr sets perfect pace for Warriors on and off courtrusting much faster than they should have after coming off the assembly lines.
Kerr sets perfect pace for Warriors on and off court
NBA.com / Posted 9 hours ago
rusting much faster than they should have after coming off the assembly lines. GM switched from Flint water to nearby Flint Township water in December, 2014.) Flint Mayor Karen Weaver has said it will cost more than $40 million to take out the lead... Read more
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Aircraft Maintenance Technology
LCCC earns FAA flight school statusFeb. 06--NORTH WHITEHALL TOWNSHIP -- Lehigh Carbon Community College will be he
LCCC earns FAA flight school status
Aircraft Maintenance Technology / Posted 10 hours ago
Feb. 06--NORTH WHITEHALL TOWNSHIP -- Lehigh Carbon Community College will be helping some students take to the skies, literally. The two-year school has expanded its aviation program to offer flight training. The school said Friday it has received... Read more
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The Daily Mining Gazette
A roundup of recent Michigan newspaper editorialsprospective officeholders see fit to make their move, there are dates for them
A roundup of recent Michigan newspaper editorials
The Daily Mining Gazette / Posted 11 hours ago
prospective officeholders see fit to make their move, there are dates for them to keep in mind. Around the region, all township board and county commissioner seats, along with most county-level elected positions will be up for voters'... Read more
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The Escanaba Daily Press
A roundup of recent Michigan newspaper editorialsprospective officeholders see fit to make their move, there are dates for them
A roundup of recent Michigan newspaper editorials
The Escanaba Daily Press / Posted 11 hours ago
prospective officeholders see fit to make their move, there are dates for them to keep in mind. Around the region, all township board and county commissioner seats, along with most county-level elected positions will be up for voters'... Read more
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The Brown and White
Work starts to bring 2 Easton buildings back from dead (PHOTOS)fresh lumber creating ceiling joists where recently there were none. Borko Mil
Work starts to bring 2 Easton buildings back from dead (PHOTOS)
The Brown and White / Posted 12 hours ago
fresh lumber creating ceiling joists where recently there were none. Borko Milosev, a Wilson Area High School and Moravian College graduate who redeveloped his first residential property while a college student, has been interested in 118-120... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
I Have No Regrets About Making My Story Publicher father took her back home and was kind enough to allow her to resume her st
I Have No Regrets About Making My Story Public
AllAfrica.com / Posted 15 hours ago
her father took her back home and was kind enough to allow her to resume her studies. "My father paid my college fees and ensured I got the best education he could give me. I graduated as a health worker in 2010. I am now a public... Read more
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Freeman journal
Some caucus night reflectionswatch. At my caucus there were men and women of all ages, a few who needed a wa
Some caucus night reflections
Freeman journal / Posted 18 hours ago
watch. At my caucus there were men and women of all ages, a few who needed a walker to get in the door, a handful who were college students, and everyone in between. There were folks I see often and others whom I didn't even know lived in my... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Norman Stafford of Pompton Plains dies at 76Norman Stafford PEQUANNOCK – Services will be held for Norman Vincent Stafford
Norman Stafford of Pompton Plains dies at 76
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 19 hours ago
Norman Stafford PEQUANNOCK – Services will be held for Norman Vincent Stafford, 76, of the Pompton Plains area of this township, who died on Wednesday, February 3, 2016. Born in Durham, N.C., Mr. Stafford was raised in Washington Heights, N.Y., and... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Wolf 2nd budget in volatile situationas three state offices are on the ballot. A number of veteran lawmakers, includ
Wolf 2nd budget in volatile situation
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 19 hours ago
as three state offices are on the ballot. A number of veteran lawmakers, including Rep. Sandra Major, R-111, Bridgewater Township, have announced retirement. Major party candidates face a Feb. 16 deadline to file petitions to get on the April 26... Read more
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York Daily Record
African American Love Feast honors diverse communityfrom Logos Academy performing arts students. The event kicked off at the Wyndh
African American Love Feast honors diverse community
York Daily Record / Posted 21 hours ago
from Logos Academy performing arts students. The event kicked off at the Wyndham Garden Hotel in West Manchester Township with the introduction of 15 honorees selected to show the diversity and interconnectedness of the greater York... Read more
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USA Today
'Walking man' settles into new life, friends, waist sizeand rent, and it would also supply another $1,000 a month in mad money — "if he
'Walking man' settles into new life, friends, waist size
USA Today / Posted 21 hours ago
and rent, and it would also supply another $1,000 a month in mad money — "if he’d take it," said Evan Leedy, 20, of Macomb Township, the Wayne State University computer student who befriended Robertson, after creating the most lucrative of the... Read more
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FOX 28 South Bend
South Bend asking for community input on Superintendent searchDepartment confirms they are investigating a case of carbon monoxide on the 662
South Bend asking for community input on Superintendent search
FOX 28 South Bend / Posted 23 hours ago
Department confirms they are investigating a case of carbon monoxide on the 66200 block of Indigan Ln. in Jefferson Township. Police say they responded to the scene just after 5:30am Friday morning after receiving a 911 call from a person... Read more
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Delhi News Record
Attempt to steal truck turns fatal, police sayAn Ohsweken man was killed in Glanbrook Township during what Hamilton police ha
Attempt to steal truck turns fatal, police say
Delhi News Record / Posted 23 hours ago
An Ohsweken man was killed in Glanbrook Township during what Hamilton police have said was an attempt to steal a truck. Jonathan Dwight Styres, 29, known as Jon, was found by police at 3 a.m. last Thursday in the driveway of a Highway 56 home,... Read more
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Simcoe Reformer
Attempt to steal truck turns fatal, police sayAn Ohsweken man was killed in Glanbrook Township during what Hamilton police ha
Attempt to steal truck turns fatal, police say
Simcoe Reformer / Posted yesterday
An Ohsweken man was killed in Glanbrook Township during what Hamilton police have said was an attempt to steal a truck. Jonathan Dwight Styres, 29, known as Jon, was found by police at 3 a.m. last Thursday in the driveway of a Highway 56 home,... Read more
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York Daily Record
Arndt supports 'paycheck protection'his support for a bill that caused some controversy last year. The bill, terme
Arndt supports 'paycheck protection'
York Daily Record / Posted yesterday
his support for a bill that caused some controversy last year. The bill, termed "Mary's Law" after a central Pennsylvania college professor and a member of the Pennsylvania State Education Association for 20 years, seeks to end the automatic... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
Attempt to steal truck turns fatal, police sayAn Ohsweken man was killed in Glanbrook Township during what Hamilton police ha
Attempt to steal truck turns fatal, police say
The Brantford Expositor / Posted yesterday
An Ohsweken man was killed in Glanbrook Township during what Hamilton police have said was an attempt to steal a truck. Jonathan Dwight Styres, 29, known as Jon, was found by police at 3 a.m. last Thursday in the driveway of a Highway 56 home,... Read more
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Brainerd Dispatch
Business Notes - Feb. 7selected by topic each year. This topic related to public notice and came from
Business Notes - Feb. 7
Brainerd Dispatch / Posted yesterday
selected by topic each year. This topic related to public notice and came from Chelsey Perkins' stories on Oak Lawn Township. Second place—best advertisement—Henry. Third place—sports photo—Humphrey. Third place—classified ad section (all... Read more
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The Express-Times
17 restaurants take part in Pearly Baker's 21st annual chili cook-offStoke in Easton; Oak Hill Golf Club Restaurant in Milford, NJ; Ocean in Easton;
17 restaurants take part in Pearly Baker's 21st annual chili cook-off
The Express-Times / Posted yesterday
Stoke in Easton; Oak Hill Golf Club Restaurant in Milford, NJ; Ocean in Easton; The View At Morgan Hill in Williams Township; College Hill Tavern in Easton; and Chrissy's Steak Shop in Palmer Township. Inside the crowded dining room, hungry... Read more
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Raw Story
Revealed: Contracts between cities and police unions guarantee complaints against cops will be kept secretcontained provisions focused on blocking public access to records that were pre
Revealed: Contracts between cities and police unions guarantee complaints against cops will be kept secret
Raw Story / Posted yesterday
contained provisions focused on blocking public access to records that were preserved. A 2006-2008 contract from Burlington Township, NJ, for example, required the police department’s Investigations Commander to keep formal complaints and internal... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Do it: Your guide to entertainment and events in Northeast Pa.or music@scranton.edu. NEPA PHILHARMONIC — MUSIC FROM LATIN AMERICA: Friday, 8
Do it: Your guide to entertainment and events in Northeast Pa.
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted yesterday
or music@scranton.edu. NEPA PHILHARMONIC — MUSIC FROM LATIN AMERICA: Friday, 8 p.m. The Theater at Lackawanna College, Scranton. 570-270-4444 or nepaphil.org. SESSION AMERICANA: Friday, 8 p.m. Harmony Presents at the Hawley Silk Mill,... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Leaked police files contain guarantees disciplinary records will be kept secretcontained provisions focused on blocking public access to records that were pre
Leaked police files contain guarantees disciplinary records will be kept secret
Guardian Unlimited / Posted yesterday
contained provisions focused on blocking public access to records that were preserved. A 2006-2008 contract from Burlington Township, NJ, for example, required the police department’s Investigations Commander to keep formal complaints and internal... Read more
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York Daily Record
Moving Up for Feb. 7, 2016needs of children at the CHI St. Joseph Children's Health Dental Center. Schirk
Moving Up for Feb. 7, 2016
York Daily Record / Posted yesterday
needs of children at the CHI St. Joseph Children's Health Dental Center. Schirk received a bachelor's degree from Albright College. She received her Doctor of Medicine in dentistry from the University of Pittsburgh School of Dental Medicine. Schirk... Read more
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Royal Oak Daily Tribune
Oakland County community calendarand fourth Tuesdays of each month and is open to all women over the age of 50,
Oakland County community calendar
Royal Oak Daily Tribune / Posted yesterday
and fourth Tuesdays of each month and is open to all women over the age of 50, 586-677-3539, tchserves.org. � Bloomfield Township Senior Center offers free movies and popcorn at 1 p.m. Fridays at the Bloomfield Township Senior Center, 4315... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
Republicans stress pension reform, budget passagePennsylvania Manufacturers and Employers Association Legislative Roundtable at
Republicans stress pension reform, budget passage
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted yesterday
Pennsylvania Manufacturers and Employers Association Legislative Roundtable at the Top of the 80s restaurant in Sugarloaf Township. “We passed a budget back in June. It was a very fair budget, somewhere in lieu of $30 billion, a 3.5 percent... Read more
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Tribune Chronicle
Letters to the editorI read a news article in the Tribune Chronicle on how the trustees in Brookfiel
Letters to the editor
Tribune Chronicle / Posted yesterday
I read a news article in the Tribune Chronicle on how the trustees in Brookfield have not only taken action to save the township money but are looking into ways to generate more. One cost-cutting measure the trustees have agreed on is to reduce... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
‘Red flag’ against accused doctor Gangaram Ragi; details emerge on ‘weird’ exam, dispute over caseher when she left the office. DeMauro gave a statement to Teaneck police the n
‘Red flag’ against accused doctor Gangaram Ragi; details emerge on ‘weird’ exam, dispute over case
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted yesterday
her when she left the office. DeMauro gave a statement to Teaneck police the next day. A memo written at the time by a township detective says she did not “have a problem with anything that was done” by Ragi but her sister and the Bergenfield... Read more
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The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
People in businesswith Evergreen since 2014, when she began as an intern. She came on full-time i
People in business
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette / Posted yesterday
with Evergreen since 2014, when she began as an intern. She came on full-time in May 2015 after graduating from Lycoming College. "It's been my pleasure to see her become an integral part of our team and of our clients' financial lives," said... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
'Walking man' settles into new life, friends, waist sizeand rent, and it would also supply another $1,000 a month in mad money — "if he
'Walking man' settles into new life, friends, waist size
Detroit Free Press / Posted yesterday
and rent, and it would also supply another $1,000 a month in mad money — "if he’d take it," said Evan Leedy, 20, of Macomb Township, the Wayne State University computer student who befriended Robertson, after creating the most lucrative of the... Read more
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TribLIVE
Falling prices, slowdowns in oil, gas industries mean smaller checks for landownerschecks for landowners Ethan Ward (left) and his friend Ryan Sperling stand alo
Falling prices, slowdowns in oil, gas industries mean smaller checks for landowners
TribLIVE / Posted yesterday
checks for landowners Ethan Ward (left) and his friend Ryan Sperling stand along one of many fences on Ward's Donegal Township, Washington County farm on Thursday, Feb. 4, 2016. Ward is a landowner with several leases but he says his contract... Read more
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TribLIVE
Collages at Sewickley’s Sweetwater Center assemble new meanings from odd itemsthe like,” Watrous says. For example, Leah Gose of Grand Rapids, Mich., an ass
Collages at Sewickley’s Sweetwater Center assemble new meanings from odd items
TribLIVE / Posted yesterday
the like,” Watrous says. For example, Leah Gose of Grand Rapids, Mich., an assistant professor of photography at Kendall College of Art & Design, creates small collages, about the size of a phone screen, from postcards her great-grandmother... Read more
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FOX 28 South Bend
Grieving mother vows to hold vigil every weekend for son until his killer is arrestedSaint Mary's College janitor arrested, facing child pornography chargesSaint Ma
Grieving mother vows to hold vigil every weekend for son until his killer is arrested
FOX 28 South Bend / Posted yesterday
Saint Mary's College janitor arrested, facing child pornography chargesSaint Mary's College janitor arrested, facing child pornography charges Luis Morales // St. Joseph County Police An overnight janitor at Saint Mary's College is behind bars... Read more
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Daily Journal
Exclusive: What is your home worth?a cost engineer from Long Branch. Home ownership may not be a priority for a wh
Exclusive: What is your home worth?
Daily Journal / Posted yesterday
a cost engineer from Long Branch. Home ownership may not be a priority for a while. The reasons: job mobility and college debt. “Being a homeowner is symbolic of being stable. It’s a big commitment, best at a point where you are... Read more
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The Morning Call
AIA Eastern Pa. announces 2015 Design award recipients and other company newsInstitutional-Award of Excellence for its work on the Cetronia Ambulance Corps
AIA Eastern Pa. announces 2015 Design award recipients and other company news
The Morning Call / Posted yesterday
Institutional-Award of Excellence for its work on the Cetronia Ambulance Corps Joint Operations Facility in South Whitehall Township. Brown-Daub named best auto dealer The Brown-Daub Family of Dealerships was announced as the winner of the 2016... Read more
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The Morning Call
Lehigh Valley news in briefCampus Sustainability Conference The Lehigh Valley Association of Independent
Lehigh Valley news in brief
The Morning Call / Posted yesterday
Campus Sustainability Conference The Lehigh Valley Association of Independent Colleges will hold a Campus Sustainability Conference 2016 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Feb. 20 in the STEPS building at Lehigh University, 1 W. Packer Ave., Bethlehem. The... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Liberty Twp. neighbors in cell tower fight show little guys...giant communications company eventually backed down, sending the Journal-News t
Liberty Twp. neighbors in cell tower fight show little guys...
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 2 days ago
giant communications company eventually backed down, sending the Journal-News this comment: “Cincinnati Bell and Liberty Township have agreed to look for alternate locations to construct communication facilities that will improve cell phone... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Places to go and things to do in Northeast Pa.music@scranton.edu. NEPA PHILHARMONIC — MUSIC FROM LATIN AMERICA: Friday, 8 p.
Places to go and things to do in Northeast Pa.
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 2 days ago
music@scranton.edu. NEPA PHILHARMONIC — MUSIC FROM LATIN AMERICA: Friday, 8 p.m. The Theater at Lackawanna College, Scranton. 570-270-4444 or nepaphil.org. SESSION AMERICANA: Friday, 8 p.m. Harmony Presents at the Hawley Silk Mill,... Read more
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Brainerd Dispatch
Business Notes--EMDASH--Feb. 7selected by topic each year. This topic related to public notice and came from
Business Notes--EMDASH--Feb. 7
Brainerd Dispatch / Posted 2 days ago
selected by topic each year. This topic related to public notice and came from Chelsey Perkins' stories on Oak Lawn Township. Second place—best advertisement—Henry. Third place—sports photo—Humphrey. Third place—classified ad section (all... Read more
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The Advertiser-Tribune
Rose Marie Hawkinsattended Our Lady of Consolation grade school and graduated from Carey High Sch
Rose Marie Hawkins
The Advertiser-Tribune / Posted 2 days ago
attended Our Lady of Consolation grade school and graduated from Carey High School in 1961. After graduating from St. John College, Cleveland, in 1965, she entered the U.S. Navy, serving as a nurse at the U.S. Navy Hospital, No. 5 in Philadelphia.... Read more
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KTTC Rochester
"Going Green for Mario" honors basketball star awaiting transplantsUtica In spite of numerous citizen protests against allowing "puppy mills," si
"Going Green for Mario" honors basketball star awaiting transplants
KTTC Rochester / Posted 3 days ago
Utica In spite of numerous citizen protests against allowing "puppy mills," six Amish farmers from the Utica and Saratoga Township area were each granted permits for dog breeding operations Tuesday by the Winona County Board of Commissioners. In... Read more
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KTTC Rochester
Rochester Area Builders Home Show kicks off at Mayo Civic CenterUtica In spite of numerous citizen protests against allowing "puppy mills," si
Rochester Area Builders Home Show kicks off at Mayo Civic Center
KTTC Rochester / Posted 3 days ago
Utica In spite of numerous citizen protests against allowing "puppy mills," six Amish farmers from the Utica and Saratoga Township area were each granted permits for dog breeding operations Tuesday by the Winona County Board of Commissioners. In... Read more
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KTTC Rochester
Funeral held for 16-old girl killed in crash near ChatfieldUtica In spite of numerous citizen protests against allowing "puppy mills," si
Funeral held for 16-old girl killed in crash near Chatfield
KTTC Rochester / Posted 3 days ago
Utica In spite of numerous citizen protests against allowing "puppy mills," six Amish farmers from the Utica and Saratoga Township area were each granted permits for dog breeding operations Tuesday by the Winona County Board of Commissioners. In... Read more
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The Morning Call
LCCC earns FAA flight school statusNORTH WHITEHALL TOWNSHIP – Lehigh Carbon Community College will be helping some
LCCC earns FAA flight school status
The Morning Call / Posted 3 days ago
NORTH WHITEHALL TOWNSHIP – Lehigh Carbon Community College will be helping some students take to the skies, literally. The two-year school has expanded its aviation program to offer flight training. The school said Friday it has received Federal... Read more
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Daily Record
Extra helping of Shakespeare coming to Madisonthrough December, includes six productions at Drew, plus its popular annual out
Extra helping of Shakespeare coming to Madison
Daily Record / Posted 3 days ago
through December, includes six productions at Drew, plus its popular annual outdoor show at the Greek Amphitheatre at the College of St. Elizabeth on Morris Township and other special events. The company's main stage, the F.M. Kirby Shakespeare... Read more
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KTTC Rochester
Local skaters compete in Rochester event for WinterFestUtica In spite of numerous citizen protests against allowing "puppy mills," si
Local skaters compete in Rochester event for WinterFest
KTTC Rochester / Posted 3 days ago
Utica In spite of numerous citizen protests against allowing "puppy mills," six Amish farmers from the Utica and Saratoga Township area were each granted permits for dog breeding operations Tuesday by the Winona County Board of Commissioners. In... Read more
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Cincinnati CityBeat
2/5-2/7dance over the years and learned flow wand with the My Nose Turns Red youth cir
2/5-2/7
Cincinnati CityBeat / Posted 3 days ago
dance over the years and learned flow wand with the My Nose Turns Red youth circus. 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday. $12-$15. College Hill Town Hall, 1805 Larch Ave., College Hill, cdt-dance.org. Cincy Meat Week continues through Sunday, with events... Read more
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