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2014/07/31 09:21
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Matt Antonelli has never strayed very far from the baseball diamond, and after getting his feet wet in the coaching profession last year he’s decided to jump in with both cleats. One of the best...
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2014/07/28 17:03
2014/07/28 17:03
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Branford High School (BHS) senior Sasha Shpitalnik (pictured with Jared Carlson) is now working on her third political campaign. This one is unlike the others, she said. In this campaign she is going...
2014/07/25 23:39
2014/07/25 23:39
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In Jacksonville, Fla., on Saturday, the Jaguars football team will unveil what it's calling the world's largest video display at a stadium. The team also has added luxury cabanas, where fans can watch...
2014/07/24 09:09
2014/07/24 09:09
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WORCESTER � If you want to make a good impression during your college interview, try not to kick anyone. Diane Soboski, associate director of admissions at the College of the Holy Cross, said a...
2014/07/22 11:14
2014/07/22 11:14
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Born: White Plains, N.Y. Family: Parents, Nancy and Charles, Tonganoxie; sisters Meghan, 22, and Cora, 11; and brother, Ben, 16. Occupation: Assistant manager at Tonganoxie Water Park. Dream job as...
2014/07/22 00:09
2014/07/22 00:09
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WORCESTER � The Wheels to Water program, which transports kids to pools and beaches around the city during the summer, has expanded this year to include more activities. "We're calling it now Wheels...
2014/07/21 08:31
2014/07/21 08:31
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Delaware Valley’s football program will once again open the high school football season on a road trip against a challenging opponent. In Week 1, the Warriors, who are the defending Eastern...
2014/07/20 21:29
2014/07/20 21:29
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WINSTON-SALEM, North Carolina -- History was made, champions were crowned and more records were broken on the fourth and final day of USATF Masters Outdoor Championships at Kentner Stadium on the...
2014/07/19 04:09
2014/07/19 04:09
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WORCESTER — While not all the social, economic and development priorities of the 14 organizations that make up the Worcester Community Labor Coalition are aligned, a majority of the coalition's...
2014/07/18 15:09
2014/07/18 15:09
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Last month, Miami politicians approved a $19 million subsidy for the professional basketball arena. Six weeks later, they turned to a grimmer task: deciding how many police and librarians to fire. To...
2014/07/18 01:41
2014/07/18 01:41
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The following Garden City students have been named to the Marist College Dean's List for the Spring 2014 semester: Lauren Evangelista member of the Class of 2016; Elizabeth Lisoski, member of the...
2014/07/17 17:09
2014/07/17 17:09
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The "urban Americana" duo Tall Heights has been busy recently, what with gigs all over the country, but it seems the harmony-driven musicians still have some time for the home front. Although the band...
2014/07/17 01:09
2014/07/17 01:09
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WORCESTER � City councilors next week will rank city manager candidates, after receiving a "good many" applications by Tuesday's deadline. Mayor Joseph M. Petty said Wednesday he expected to have...
2014/07/16 00:13
2014/07/16 00:13
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Could it be? Are the voices of reason and fiscal prudence at last winning out over greedy special interests, mathematically illiterate pundits and corrupt politicians? In other words, has the world...
2014/07/12 11:36
2014/07/12 11:36
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The Virgin, enthroned, closes her eyes and tilts her head to the side slightly as she wears a crown in Albrecht Dürer's 1485 drawing "Madonna with Musical Angels." The infant Jesus, naked and with...
2014/07/11 23:18
2014/07/11 23:18
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Could it be? Are the voices of reason and fiscal prudence at last winning out over greedy special interests, mathematically illiterate pundits and corrupt politicians? In other words, has the world...
2014/07/11 18:12
2014/07/11 18:12
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... is monstrous on so many levels," said chef Michael Symon, the city's most famous chef whose restaurant Lola is a few blocks away from Quicken Loans Arena, where versions of his "B Spot" burger...
2014/07/11 13:44
2014/07/11 13:44
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OAKLAND -- Mark Page loves the A's and Raiders, and he wants them to stay in Oakland. But when his favorite teams threaten to leave town, or, worse, try to force out the other, Page fears that fans...
2014/07/11 03:04
2014/07/11 03:04
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... Once the World Cup and its traveling circus leaves town, four gleaming stadiums that cost $1.6 billion and hosted massive crowds will echo noisily as their owners struggle to find a use for them or...
2014/07/09 16:54
2014/07/09 16:54
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PHOTO COURTESY OF THE WARDLAW-HARTRIDGE SCHOOL Mairead Forrest of Parlin, right, a senior at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison, was her school’s representative at the recent NJSIAA...
2014/07/31 09:21
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