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Blogger Trish Burgess writes for the Free Press One of the first articles I wrote for this column concerned my sadness that Jackson’s Butchers and Pacey’s Bakery would be closing due to retirement of...
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Closing our browsers
In today’s Wall Street Journal “Sightings” column I consider how the shift from bookstore to online book buying is changing American culture. Here’s an excerpt. On a recent trip to Chicago, I spent...
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the University of Chicago
North: Cutler's detractors lining up
... show was done at Ditka's O'Hare. Cutler's detractors are starting to get louder. Brandon Marshall said he and Cutler were cool, but it wasn't an accident he omitted Cutler on Sunday when he...
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New England Patriots
... in the two-state area. Barling, Ark. Good Ol’ Boys — Country at 7 p.m. at Barling City Hall, 304 Church St. in Barling. Bret Michaels — Rock at 8 p.m. at the Fort Smith Convention...
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Barbara Bedell: Eagle's flight enhances teacher's...
... be shared during a free master’s class at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at SUNY Orange’s Orange Hall Gallery in Middletown. - Also on view in the gallery is an exhibit titled “Waterways &...
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Sale of lot behind Palm House has Matthews link
... to support that supposition proved tough. Until, that is, a recent discussion at Town Hall — and a deed filed late last month — began to connect the dots. Because the hotel is facing a...
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Trojans battle to stay on the horse
... It’s been two weeks since Rob Marone was fired as head football coach at Lyman Hall over an out-of-season practice violation. As much as the Trojans have soldiered on to the...
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MAKELA: Rising costs sometimes unavoidable
... the NOSSA website at nossa.rainbowschools.ca as soon as possible post-event. St Joseph/Scollard Hall of North Bay are the defending overall aggregate championships at this year's event. The top...
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How to deliver rotten news to your team
This column is part of Globe Careers’ Leadership Lab series, where executives and experts share their views and advice about leadership and management. Follow us at@Globe_Careers. Find all Leadership...
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Globe Careers’ Leadership Lab
Clan battles unite family
I am writing this column inbetween battles and because my builders are busy. This is my new reality: I arrange my life around the smart phone game “Clash of Clans.” It started innocently enough. My...
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People, Places and Things
Adventure Parkway (Bessemer). *MAZE FEATURING FRANKIE BEVERLY, 7:30 p.m. at the BJCC Concert Hall. *THE KID CAPRI PARTY, doors open 9 p.m., show starts midnight, at the Sheraton Hotel...
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Twenty-five cool things we learned at Rock and Sh...
... look at us, John Ratzenberger � Cliff from "Cheers," and probably the only actor in this column most of our readers might know � was very friendly. He tells us he'll be voicing a corpuscle...
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Smoke north of Gainesville is part of firefighter...
... at 1:56pm Smoke north of Gainesville is part of firefighter training GAINESVILLE - That column of black smoke north of Gainesville Thursday afternoon was part of some Hall County...
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News From The Woodhaven Residents' Block Associat...
... members called 311 all at once to report the same noise complaint. And in a previous column, I laid out the case for impatient residents to use 311, underscoring how important it is for...
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There are a number of advantages to growing older...
... erstwhile group. One of the privileges, however, is particularly useful to those who pen a column: “That reminds me of the time…” Not long ago, I was talking to Rebecca Toney Hutchinson...
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Pitino, Calipari, more hoops as ESPN's Bob Ryan d...
... on Around the Horn, Pardon the Interruption and The Sports Reporters, writing a monthly column for Basketball Times and handling other media endeavors, Bob Ryan is retired from his Hall of...
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Morning News and Stuff
All right. Let’s talk about this news stuff, shall we? In just 12 days, voters will decide whether or not to back a plan put forward by Republican Hamilton County Commissioners Greg Hartmann and...
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Museum launches mammoth endeavor
... Monday as they beheaded the massive one that has loomed for decades over the Ice Age hall in the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History. "It's coming," called one of four...
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Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History
Local family deals with ALS
The disease, most commonly associated with baseball Hall of Famer Lou Gehrig, attacks nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord. From there, it gradually eats away at voluntary muscle actions, causing...
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Flashback Oct. 23
... and worked the members, of whom about 70 paraded in the B.C.I. assembly room. The city hall interior presents a much improved aspect to-day, the work of kalsomining the walls of the first...
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