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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Concerns for Woden shopping centre after Myer pulls outWoden retailers raise concerns over shopping centre after Myer decides not to o
Concerns for Woden shopping centre after Myer pulls out
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 hours ago
Woden retailers raise concerns over shopping centre after Myer decides not to open new store An announcement that Myer will not open a department store at the Westfield Woden shopping centre has sparked concerns for the centre's future. The major... Read more
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The Advocate
After pushback from constituents, Livingston Parish Council to reconsider splitting road funds with Juban Road extension, but parish president remains opposedThe Livingston Parish Council will reconsider the best use of the $1 million it
After pushback from constituents, Livingston Parish Council to reconsider splitting road funds with Juban Road extension, but parish president remains opposed
The Advocate / Posted 8 hours ago
The Livingston Parish Council will reconsider the best use of the $1 million it added to the parish’s road overlay program Thursday, after a split vote against dedicating half the money to a Juban Road extension prompted pushback from the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Tale of two cities: growing Gungahlin v 'dying district' TuggeranongEmmy Yager of Isabella Plains with her daughter Phoebe at Lake Tuggeranong. Pho
Tale of two cities: growing Gungahlin v 'dying district' Tuggeranong
Canberra Times / Posted 12 hours ago
Emmy Yager of Isabella Plains with her daughter Phoebe at Lake Tuggeranong. Photo: Melissa Adams Canberra is witnessing the death of its original "nappy valley" as mums and dads pack up their strollers to abandon Tuggeranong. Emmy Yager has been a... Read more
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MLive.com
Call it 'Uptown': Those in Detroit neighborhoods seek rebirth outside downtownDETROIT, MI - They're about 10 miles from the Detroit River, a far cry from the
Call it 'Uptown': Those in Detroit neighborhoods seek rebirth outside downtown
MLive.com / Posted 18 hours ago
DETROIT, MI - They're about 10 miles from the Detroit River, a far cry from the skyscrapers and burgeoning glitz of downtown Detroit. But community leaders in northwest Detroit say that does not mean a whole lot, and it certainly is not keeping the... Read more
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The Inverness Courier
Sports hub plan ignores east of Inverness, community leader claimsBught Park has been identified as a preferred site for new indoor sports facili
Sports hub plan ignores east of Inverness, community leader claims
The Inverness Courier / Posted 21 hours ago
Bught Park has been identified as a preferred site for new indoor sports facilities THE east of Inverness is being ignored by plans for a regional sports facility featuring a velodrome and indoor tennis courts in Inverness, it has been claimed. The... Read more
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walesonline
President Obama sends best wishes to Welsh village's park openingPresident Barack Obama and Prime Minister David Cameron on their visit to Mount
President Obama sends best wishes to Welsh village's park opening
walesonline / Posted yesterday
President Barack Obama and Prime Minister David Cameron on their visit to Mount Pleasant Primary School in Rogerstone, Newport In his letter to Rogerstone Community Council chairman Stephen Bowen, Mr Barzun wrote: “On behalf of the President and... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Central Ohio’s most dangerous intersections Livingston/Hamilton ranked as region’s most hazardous As a local agency was r
Central Ohio’s most dangerous intersections
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted yesterday
Livingston/Hamilton ranked as region’s most hazardous As a local agency was releasing its annual list of central Ohio’s most-dangerous intersections on Monday, emergency crews were on their way to one of... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
ACT rebates increased to remove wood-fuelled heatersRebates boosted to get more wood-fuelled heaters replaced in Canberra Photo: S
ACT rebates increased to remove wood-fuelled heaters
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted yesterday
Rebates boosted to get more wood-fuelled heaters replaced in Canberra Photo: Smoke from wood-fuelled heaters can become trapped close to the ground during cold nights causing problems for people with respiratory conditions. (ABC News: Clarissa... Read more
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Ventura County Star
Ventura hillside, Kellogg Park on Westside Community Council agendaVENTURA, Calif. - An update on Kellogg Park, a hillside near Ventura Avenue and
Ventura hillside, Kellogg Park on Westside Community Council agenda
Ventura County Star / Posted yesterday
VENTURA, Calif. - An update on Kellogg Park, a hillside near Ventura Avenue and the city's 150th anniversary celebration will be among topics discussed Wednesday at the Westside Community Council meeting in Ventura. Diane Silva of the Trust for... Read more
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Brandon Sun
As I See ItMulcair's Manitoba problem Not that our province is laden with opportunity for
As I See It
Brandon Sun / Posted yesterday
Mulcair's Manitoba problem Not that our province is laden with opportunity for any particular party this election, but Tom Mulcair may have the most to gain or lose in friendly Manitoba come election day. Officially, we have 14 ridings at play this... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Meet the musical Kelly family, all 17 of themThe family of young musicians took the Green Line from the West Side to downtow
Meet the musical Kelly family, all 17 of them
Chicago Tribune / Posted yesterday
The family of young musicians took the Green Line from the West Side to downtown Chicago, lugging their instruments on their backs. A harp. A cello. Four violins. They set up their small orchestra at the corner of Michigan Avenue and Randolph... Read more
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Hamilton News
SignpostPeace awards Do you know someone to nominate for a Community Service Peace Awa
Signpost
Hamilton News / Posted 2 days ago
Peace awards Do you know someone to nominate for a Community Service Peace Award that "recognizes the extraordinary efforts and achievements of an individual (or group of individuals) in helping to create, sustain or promote a culture of... Read more
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Lisbon Morning Journal
EP facing decision on trust fundVillage Solicitor Dave Powers reminded council this week that it has been almos
EP facing decision on trust fund
Lisbon Morning Journal / Posted 3 days ago
Village Solicitor Dave Powers reminded council this week that it has been almost two years since the majority voted to suspend payments to the fund for two years, and a decision will need to be made at the Sept. 28 meeting. Council members will need... Read more
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Greenock Telegraph
Greenock mum says daughter is 'lucky to be alive' after being knocked downLittle Ava Monkhouse was struck by the vehicle in Grieve Road at its junction w
Greenock mum says daughter is 'lucky to be alive' after being knocked down
Greenock Telegraph / Posted 3 days ago
Little Ava Monkhouse was struck by the vehicle in Grieve Road at its junction with Linnet Road and had to be rushed to hospital. The six-year-old was found to have broken bones in her foot and also needed treatment for facial injuries. Police say... Read more
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Express and Star
Dudley Hippodrome’s future waiting in wings « Express & StarThe borough’s economy boss, Councillor Khurshid Ahmed said this was the ‘final
Dudley Hippodrome’s future waiting in wings « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted 4 days ago
The borough’s economy boss, Councillor Khurshid Ahmed said this was the ‘final opportunity’ for a rescue bid to be found. But campaigners say they face a stiff race against time to ensure a new business plan is submitted within the new... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Uganda Meat Export Deal GreatThe recent announcement that Kenya had extracted an agreement from Uganda for t
Uganda Meat Export Deal Great
AllAfrica.com / Posted 5 days ago
The recent announcement that Kenya had extracted an agreement from Uganda for the exportation of meat and dairy products in exchange for importation of sugar was music for public and private sector players in the livestock industry. Hopefully, the... Read more
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Aberdeen City Council News
Public to be consulted on HMO provisionCouncil news > Press Releases > 27/08/15 Councillors have agreed to hold
Public to be consulted on HMO provision
Aberdeen City Council News / Posted 5 days ago
Council news > Press Releases > 27/08/15 Councillors have agreed to hold a public consultation on an over-provision scheme to... Read more
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Aberdeen City Council News
City Council Leader to host info evening for folk considering community council roleCouncil news > Press Releases > 27/08/15 City Council Leader to host info...
City Council Leader to host info evening for folk considering community council role
Aberdeen City Council News / Posted 5 days ago
Council news > Press Releases > 27/08/15 City Council Leader to host info... Read more
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NBC San Diego
SDSU Noise Raises Neighbors' Concerns to New DecibelComplaints about noise and drunken parties around San Diego State University ha
SDSU Noise Raises Neighbors' Concerns to New Decibel
NBC San Diego / Posted 6 days ago
Complaints about noise and drunken parties around San Diego State University have reached a new decibel this year as new student orientation begins. On Wednesday, the school promised change. Over the weekend, the university hosted a party in front... Read more
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Pleasanton Express
Court agrees to consolidate voting boxes for Nov. electionAtascosa County Commissioners’ Court Second Regular Meeting August 24, 2015
Court agrees to consolidate voting boxes for Nov. election
Pleasanton Express / Posted 6 days ago
Atascosa County Commissioners’ Court Second Regular Meeting August 24, 2015 9:00 a.m. Ordered by Hon. Bob Hurley, Atascosa County Judge Present were all four Commissioners, Lonnie Gillespie, (Precinct 1); William “Bill” Torans, (Precinct 2);... Read more
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Lehigh Acres Citizen
Community council receives glimpse of new parkMembers of the Lehigh Community Council got a glimpse last week of what a new p
Community council receives glimpse of new park
Lehigh Acres Citizen / Posted 6 days ago
Members of the Lehigh Community Council got a glimpse last week of what a new proposed 30-acre park will look like. It is to be located on Joel Blvd. near 23rd Street and will include a host of features from large playgrounds, outdoor classroom and... Read more
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The Inverness Courier
'Quick-fix' concern on pothole repairsCONCERNS have been raised that a quick-fix method has been used to repair more
'Quick-fix' concern on pothole repairs
The Inverness Courier / Posted 6 days ago
CONCERNS have been raised that a quick-fix method has been used to repair more than 1000 potholes across the Highlands. The authorities have revealed that work was carried out on 1,437 potholes in the first six months of this year. Road repairs... Read more
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Northern Star
Community groups share in $140,000 cash splashLocal community groups shared in $140,000 today following the presentation of L
Community groups share in $140,000 cash splash
Northern Star / Posted 7 days ago
Local community groups shared in $140,000 today following the presentation of Lismore City Council's Annual Community Grants Scheme. More than 35 community groups received money to undertake worthwhile community projects or activities in the Lismore... Read more
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The Charleston State Journal
West Virginia Society of CPASThe West Virginia Society of Certified Public Accountants has honored Horace W.
West Virginia Society of CPAS
The Charleston State Journal / Posted 7 days ago
The West Virginia Society of Certified Public Accountants has honored Horace W. Emery with its Distinguished Service Award, the highest honor the organization bestows on a member. Emery, senior member of Suttle & Stalnaker in Charleston, has more... Read more
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The Mercury News
Cambrian Park Plaza's new owner tells residents it's looking to upgrade and possibly expand centerOne thing's for sure: The carousel that has given Cambrian Park Plaza its ident
Cambrian Park Plaza's new owner tells residents it's looking to upgrade and possibly expand center
The Mercury News / Posted 7 days ago
One thing's for sure: The carousel that has given Cambrian Park Plaza its identity will stay. That reassurance, given Monday night by the shopping center's new owners, elicited a loud cheer from many of the hundreds of people who packed into the... Read more
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Ipswich Star
Lavenham eager to rekindle its past with wartime theme for carnivalMembers of the Lavenham Slimming World group who are organising a floa for the
Lavenham eager to rekindle its past with wartime theme for carnival
Ipswich Star / Posted 7 days ago
Members of the Lavenham Slimming World group who are organising a floa for the carnival. With them is Albert Sparling with a 1940s bike and other vehicles from the era. Left to right:... Read more
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Canberra Times
Community views sought on a car ban for Hibberson Street, GungahlinOn Monday, Ms Fitzharris announced a series of road works funded by the 2015-16
Community views sought on a car ban for Hibberson Street, Gungahlin
Canberra Times / Posted 7 days ago
On Monday, Ms Fitzharris announced a series of road works funded by the 2015-16 ACT budget would begin in September. Photo: Melissa Adams Labor backbencher Meegan Fitzharris has flagged the possible closure of one of Gungahlin's busiest streets as... Read more
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Canberra Times
Inner south residents worried about high-rises replacing public housing flatsThe Stuart Flats, Griffith, are among various blocks set for demolition and red
Inner south residents worried about high-rises replacing public housing flats
Canberra Times / Posted 9 days ago
The Stuart Flats, Griffith, are among various blocks set for demolition and redevelopment, but local residents are concerned about the proposed density of the new housing. Photo: Jamila Toderas. Inner south residents say the government is... Read more
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Deseret News
John Florez: Has Salt Lake City become a house of cards?Salt Lake City has shiny new buildings, a state of the art downtown mall, soon
John Florez: Has Salt Lake City become a house of cards?
Deseret News / Posted 10 days ago
Salt Lake City has shiny new buildings, a state of the art downtown mall, soon a $117 million theater, bike lanes, solar meters and sustainability; yet, the administration couldn’t find money to replace street light bulbs. Seems Salt Lake is looking... Read more
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Brandon Sun
As I See ItSeeking Strand of hope for downtown theatre It would appear that without a four
As I See It
Brandon Sun / Posted 11 days ago
Seeking Strand of hope for downtown theatre It would appear that without a fourth-quarter Hail Mary pass, the curtain has closed on the Strand Theatre saga. As was shared in the Brandon Sun this past week, the one-time megaproject has fizzled out,... Read more
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Local 12 Cincinnati
Neighbors step up to try and stop attacksUpdated: Fri, Aug 21 2015, 11:46 PM CINCINNATI (Brad Underwood) -- Men have be
Neighbors step up to try and stop attacks
Local 12 Cincinnati / Posted 11 days ago
Updated: Fri, Aug 21 2015, 11:46 PM CINCINNATI (Brad Underwood) -- Men have been targeting people, mainly women, for robbery in a Tri-State neighborhood and the people who live there are stepping up to try to make sure those attacks stop. It's been... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Campaign launched to prevent one-way traffic system in JohnstoneA campaign has been launched to prevent a one-way traffic system in Johnstone f
Campaign launched to prevent one-way traffic system in Johnstone
EveningTimes Online / Posted 11 days ago
A campaign has been launched to prevent a one-way traffic system in Johnstone from being given the go-ahead. Councillor Derek Bibby contacted our sister paper The Gazette with claims that members of Johnstone Business Consortium are backing... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Community groups reach settlement over Wizig vacantsSix community groups that had been battling companies connected to a Texas busi
Community groups reach settlement over Wizig vacants
Baltimore Sun / Posted 12 days ago
Six community groups that had been battling companies connected to a Texas businessman and dozens of vacant properties in Baltimore said Thursday they had reached a settlement, in which the owners agreed to clean-up the properties and pay $85,000. A... Read more
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Times Newsweekly
LIVING MEMORYGlendale cemetery ceremony honors victim of lynch mob 100 years later Vowing n
LIVING MEMORY
Times Newsweekly / Posted 12 days ago
Glendale cemetery ceremony honors victim of lynch mob 100 years later Vowing never to forget, local elected officials and activists gathered on Aug. 17 at the Glendale grave of Leo Frank to mark the 100th anniversary since the Jewish factory... Read more
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Queens Chronicle
Remembering Leo Frank 100 years laterThe historic Leo Frank case serves as a stark reminder of the dangers Jewish pe
Remembering Leo Frank 100 years later
Queens Chronicle / Posted 12 days ago
The historic Leo Frank case serves as a stark reminder of the dangers Jewish people still face if they do not confront hatred and stand united for justice. That sentiment belongs to Dan Leshem, executive director of the Kupferberg Holocaust Resource... Read more
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walesonline
Calls for suspended councilllor to resign over code of conduct breachesCalls have been made for the resignation of a councillor who was paid thousands
Calls for suspended councilllor to resign over code of conduct breaches
walesonline / Posted 12 days ago
Calls have been made for the resignation of a councillor who was paid thousands by a renewable energy company but who then failed to declare an interest while voting on its planning application. Llanfihangel ar Arth community councillor Haulwen... Read more
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Canberra Times
Rule change allows high-profile Canberrans to stand for Labor preselectionLabor candidate Deepak-Raj Gupta with Joy Burch in 2012. Photo: Lyn Mills The
Rule change allows high-profile Canberrans to stand for Labor preselection
Canberra Times / Posted 12 days ago
Labor candidate Deepak-Raj Gupta with Joy Burch in 2012. Photo: Lyn Mills The ACT Labor Party is set to allow candidates to stand for preselection after just one year in the party, a move that would allow high-profile Canberrans including Indian... Read more
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DNA Info
Get Free Advice on How to Handle Landlord Problems at Fulton St. StorefrontThe organizing department is open for walk-ins on Wednesdays and Fridays. View
Get Free Advice on How to Handle Landlord Problems at Fulton St. Storefront
DNA Info / Posted 12 days ago
The organizing department is open for walk-ins on Wednesdays and Fridays. View Full Caption CLINTON HILL — Having trouble with your landlord? A group offering free advice on what to do about it opened up shop in new offices at 1124 Fulton St. last... Read more
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Aberdeen City Council News
City Centre Masterplan Reference Group agreedCouncil news > Press Releases > 20/08/15 Representatives of the north-east
City Centre Masterplan Reference Group agreed
Aberdeen City Council News / Posted 12 days ago
Council news > Press Releases > 20/08/15 Representatives of the north-east business community, the third sector, further education institutions and... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
First Nations health care: ‘The system failed my son’Brody Meekis died of strep throat, a common bacterial infection that is easily
First Nations health care: ‘The system failed my son’
The Globe and Mail / Posted 13 days ago
Brody Meekis died of strep throat, a common bacterial infection that is easily cured with a round of antibiotics when diagnosed almost anywhere in the developed world. But five-year-old Brody was aboriginal and had to rely on the health care... Read more
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Thief River Falls Times
Construction on townhomes in TRF beginsby April Scheinoha A groundbreaking ceremony was held Friday, Aug. 14 for Rive
Construction on townhomes in TRF begins
Thief River Falls Times / Posted 13 days ago
by April Scheinoha A groundbreaking ceremony was held Friday, Aug. 14 for River Pointe Townhomes, a 24-unit townhome complex in Thief River Falls. Construction has already started on the six four-unit buildings on Alice Drive, south of Greenwood... Read more
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walesonline
Councillor suspended after failing to declare a deal with developerA councillor who received tens of thousands of pounds from an energy firm befor
Councillor suspended after failing to declare a deal with developer
walesonline / Posted 13 days ago
A councillor who received tens of thousands of pounds from an energy firm before a planning vote on its wind farm application has been suspended. Suspended for three months She has been suspended from taking part in council duties for three months... Read more
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walesonline
Town and community councils to fund Caerphilly Christmas lightsTown and community councils in Caerphilly have stepped in to pay for the town’s
Town and community councils to fund Caerphilly Christmas lights
walesonline / Posted 13 days ago
Town and community councils in Caerphilly have stepped in to pay for the town’s Christmas lights after the county council decided to withdraw its funding. The council was accused of having “no Christmas cheer”, but smaller councils in the region... Read more
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Forres Gazette
New delay at Bogton slammedAN announcement about the future of Bogton from Moray Council has been delayed
New delay at Bogton slammed
Forres Gazette / Posted 14 days ago
AN announcement about the future of Bogton from Moray Council has been delayed again. Earlier this year, a long-awaited consultant’s report into an offer by developer Redco Milne for Common Good land at Bogton was promised to be made public after... Read more
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Washington Post
Frederick County Council votes for bill repealing English-only ordinanceThree years after Frederick County approved a controversial ordinance that made
Frederick County Council votes for bill repealing English-only ordinance
Washington Post / Posted 14 days ago
Three years after Frederick County approved a controversial ordinance that made English the official language of the Maryland exurb, the council voted Tuesday to repeal the measure. The English-only ordinance, passed under an all-Republican board of... Read more
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Washington Post
Frederick County Council votes for bill repealing English-only ordinanceThree years after the Frederick County Council approved a controversial ordinan
Frederick County Council votes for bill repealing English-only ordinance
Washington Post / Posted 14 days ago
Three years after the Frederick County Council approved a controversial ordinance that made English the official language of the Maryland exurb, the council voted Tuesday to repeal the measure. The English-only ordinance, passed under an... Read more
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Local 12 Cincinnati
Two more young women robbed; neighborhood coming together for safetyUpdated: Tue, Aug 18 2015, 07:45 PM CINCINNATI (Rich Jaffe) -- Local 12 News h
Two more young women robbed; neighborhood coming together for safety
Local 12 Cincinnati / Posted 14 days ago
Updated: Tue, Aug 18 2015, 07:45 PM CINCINNATI (Rich Jaffe) -- Local 12 News has learned two more young women were robbed in Northside over the weekend of August 14. That made five street robberies in less than one month there; four out of the five... Read more
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Campbell River Mirror
Controversial Robron Park turf field installedConstruction is underway on an artificial turf field at Robron Park. Machines
Controversial Robron Park turf field installed
Campbell River Mirror / Posted 14 days ago
Construction is underway on an artificial turf field at Robron Park. Machines have torn up the grass on the upper field across from the lacrosse box to make way for the all-weather, synthetic field. Construction of the $2.27 million project began... Read more
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Ventura County Star
East Ventura Community Council to hear about housing proposal, water ratesVENTURA, Calif. - The East Ventura Community Council will hear an update on the
East Ventura Community Council to hear about housing proposal, water rates
Ventura County Star / Posted 15 days ago
VENTURA, Calif. - The East Ventura Community Council will hear an update on the proposed Farm Project housing development when it meets Thursday evening. Michael Badner, of Williams Homes, will discuss the housing project planned to be built at... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Bonfire night makes a comeback in CanberraBonfire night makes a fiery comeback at Weston Creek in Canberra Canberra host
Bonfire night makes a comeback in Canberra
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 16 days ago
Bonfire night makes a fiery comeback at Weston Creek in Canberra Canberra hosted its first Winter Farewell Bonfire Festival at the old Weston Creek school playing fields on the weekend, with hundreds of families turning out to enjoy some... Read more
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