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Accomplishments of outgoing adminsitrator John Hu...
NEW CONCORD -- A special meeting of Village Council on Monday evening marked the end of an era for the town -- the final day of service for erstwhile administrator, John Huey. Huey was administrator...
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Ohio Department of Transportation
Centralized dispatch system part of taxi reform p...
Groups representing Chicago cab drivers will join Mayor Rahm Emanuel today in announcing a plan to try and set up a centralized dispatching system to help taxi companies compete with other firms that...
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American Federation of State
County and Municipal Employees
Departing 113th Precinct Commander Oversaw Signif...
Deputy Inspector Miltiadis Marmara, commanding officer of the 113th Precinct, discusses crime at a
meeting in January 2014. View Full Caption QUEENS — Deputy Inspector Miltiadis...
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Decision set to be taken on future of Esplanade’s...
Published: 30 Sep 2014 13:00 GREENOCK’S ‘yellow house’ is under threat after the owners were ordered to submit a planning application for the paintwork. The Tele recently reported how the Varese...
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‘Spiteful attacks’ on women in hijabs focus of Pr...
PREMIER Colin Barnett has discussed “incidents of harassment towards the WA Muslim community” including “spiteful attacks on women wearing hijabs” with senior leaders today. Today, Mr Barnett and...
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Peddlers are free to knock on Columbus doors unti...
Peddlers are free to knock on Columbus doors until 8 p.m. Crime & Safety Headlines Autumn means darkness is now falling before 8 p.m., the time when door-to-door salespeople have to stop ringing...
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Columbus City Council
Ready, steady, bake off for Shropshire cooks « Sh...
Nine of the best bakers in the county met up for an afternoon of mixing and icing at Brompton Cookery School, near Atcham. And for celebrity chef Marcus, Telford pantomime star Matt and Shropshire WI...
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Dancing On Ice
Demolition of 4 tower blocks is triumph for locals
Glasgow Housing Association initially had permission to demolish two of the multi-storey blocks at Tarfside Oval in Cardonald, but has now announced all four are to go. A spokesman said they had...
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The Rt Rev Michael Scott-Joynt
The Rt Rev Michael Scott-Joynt speaking in the House of Lords (PA) In the church he was no less firm. He was among those who, in 2003, publicly opposed the appointment of the chaste homosexual Canon...
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More Gungahlin suburbs to be connected to NBN
The NBN roll out continues in Gungahlin. Photo: Robert Peet Parts of Harrison, Mitchell, Watson and Franklin will be switched over to the National Broadband Network on Sunday as the existing copper...
Read more at Canberra Times
Ten of Toronto’s Unique Heritage Achievements
Past Heritage Toronto Awards winners who've worked to restore buildings, preserve nature, and foster knowledge of our city's history. Torontoist is pleased to be the media sponsor for the 40th annual...
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Call for re-think over plans to close bank
COMMUNITY figures have called for a re-think of NatWest plans to close a town’s last remaining bank. The company said it has taken “the difficult decision” to close the Montgomery branch – which...
Read more at Powys County Times
The Rocky Mount Telegram
has offered to reimburse the lunch expenses of Rocky Mount officials who attend a Monday luncheon in Raleigh, where the guest speaker is the author of a book questioning the...
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‘Mayhem’ predicted as diversions in place for Dun...
Nearly every main bus service in Dundee will be diverted due to roadworks in the Seagate, which begin today. Buses from the north east to the west end of the city will not be able to pass along the...
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Dundee City Council
Woman who set Nashua apartment on fire can avoid ...
NASHUA – A woman who set an apartment building fire that forced the dramatic rescue of a mother and children will not go to prison if she continues receiving mental health care. Maliea Martin, 25,...
Read more at The Nashua Telegraph
Hillsborough County Superior Court
Joseph G. Cote
No Crime Problem Near Elm. Shelter
Deputy Inspector Ronald Leyson stated he completed a radius crime analysis within 1/3 of a mile near the hotel located at 7900 Queens Blvd. and found that, since families were moved into the converted...
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Con Artists Rip Off Glendale Senior Authorities said the burglary occurred at 12:30 p.m. last Wednesday, Sept. 10, at the victim’s home on 74th Avenue between 62nd Street and 64th Place. Law...
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Complaints aplenty over Pomonok ills
When area residents were invited to a community town hall meeting at the Pomonok-Electchester Public Library on Monday evening to discuss issues of concern, they arrived in droves, filling the...
Read more at Queens Chronicle
New York City Housing Authority
Residents fight for Hemlington Medical Centre to ...
CONCERNED residents packed out a public meeting in an attempt to save their doctors surgery from possible closure. Residents are calling on the NHS to protect Hemlington Medical Centre - which has...
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Men's Shed tackles myna's head-on
KIAMA Men’s Shed is ‘branching’ out on a new project – making wire bird traps to assist in the control of the dreaded Yellow Billed Indian myna birds that are again reaching plague proportions in the...
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