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KBTX 3 Bryan/College Station
Thirteen Bombers Featured In Perfect Game's Top 20 TCL ProspectsBryan-College Station, TX (September 4, 2015) – On September 2, Perfect Game r
Thirteen Bombers Featured In Perfect Game's Top 20 TCL Prospects
KBTX 3 Bryan/College Station / Posted 3 hours ago
Bryan-College Station, TX (September 4, 2015) – On September 2, Perfect Game released their Top 20 TCL Prospects list and like the Baseball America rankings, the Brazos Valley Bombers were once again well represented. The Bombers featured five of... Read more
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Boston Globe
David Ortiz gives Tom Brady a Twitter shoutout after Deflategate rulingPatriots quarterback Tom Brady was named the MVP of the 2015, 2003, and 2001 Su
David Ortiz gives Tom Brady a Twitter shoutout after Deflategate ruling
Boston Globe / Posted 7 hours ago
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was named the MVP of the 2015, 2003, and 2001 Super Bowls. He received the NFL MVP for the 2010 and 2007 regular seasons. In 2007, he led the New England Patriots to an undefeated regular season, in which he threw 50... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Follow our lead and grab some cashTHE MANAGER of a Didcot charity which received a £15,000 grant thanks to the Ox
Follow our lead and grab some cash
Oxford Mail / Posted 13 hours ago
THE MANAGER of a Didcot charity which received a £15,000 grant thanks to the Oxford Mail has urged others to apply. Every year the Gannett Foundation, the official charity of the Oxford Mail’s parent company Gannett, gives away about £20,000 to a... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Cabbages & Kings: Shoppers looked away while I got rather saddle soreIT’S surprising the reactions you get when you’re riding a bike in a supermarke
Cabbages & Kings: Shoppers looked away while I got rather saddle sore
Oxford Mail / Posted 13 hours ago
IT’S surprising the reactions you get when you’re riding a bike in a supermarket. I’d better explain: the machine was of the static variety, as found in gyms and health centres and was one of a set being used to raise funds for a well-known... Read more
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Oxford Mail
FIXTURES September 5-9FOOTBALL VANARAMA NATIONAL LEAGUE SOUTH Oxford City v Whitehawk. EVO-STIK SO
FIXTURES September 5-9
Oxford Mail / Posted 15 hours ago
FOOTBALL VANARAMA NATIONAL LEAGUE SOUTH Oxford City v Whitehawk. EVO-STIK SOUTHERN LEAGUE Div 1 South & West: Larkhall Ath v Banbury Utd, North Leigh v Bridgwater Tn, Slimbridge v Didcot Tn, Wantage Tn v Taunton Tn. FA VASE 1st qual round:... Read more
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The Lovell Chronicle
Talented Grizzlies expect to move up in 2015The Rocky Mountain Grizzlies are stuck in a rut, and they want to dig out. Afte
Talented Grizzlies expect to move up in 2015
The Lovell Chronicle / Posted yesterday
The Rocky Mountain Grizzlies are stuck in a rut, and they want to dig out. After successfully making the Class 1A, 11-man playoffs in each of the past three seasons, then losing in the first round, the Grizz are determined to take the next step this... Read more
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The Lovell Chronicle
Byron mayor fires entire Rec Dept. crew; special meeting set Thursday at 7 p.m.A chasm of differences regarding the Byron Recreation Department has cascaded i
Byron mayor fires entire Rec Dept. crew; special meeting set Thursday at 7 p.m.
The Lovell Chronicle / Posted yesterday
A chasm of differences regarding the Byron Recreation Department has cascaded into a battle resulting in Mayor Heidi Brightly terminating the services of the Rec Advisory Committee and the Rec’s volunteers and employees with the announcement that she... Read more
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birminghammail
Private hire driver who raped woman at Erdington B&B jailed for 11 yearsA private hire driver who raped a “vulnerable” woman who had been out celebrati
Private hire driver who raped woman at Erdington B&B jailed for 11 years
birminghammail / Posted yesterday
A private hire driver who raped a “vulnerable” woman who had been out celebrating her birthday has been jailed for 11-and-half-years. Mohammed Shabir targeted the victim after spotting her outside a gay club in Birmingham in the early hours of... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Farm about to sproutA GROUP striving to set up an educational farm in Oxford has announced that wor
Farm about to sprout
This is Oxfordshire / Posted yesterday
A GROUP striving to set up an educational farm in Oxford has announced that work could start as soon as next month. Oxford City Farm, off Cornwallis Road in Cowley, is being built for those living in the city who may have never seen a working farm,... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Farm about to sproutA GROUP striving to set up an educational farm in Oxford has announced that wor
Farm about to sprout
Oxford Mail / Posted yesterday
A GROUP striving to set up an educational farm in Oxford has announced that work could start as soon as next month. Oxford City Farm, off Cornwallis Road in Cowley, is being built for those living in the city who may have never seen a working farm,... Read more
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The Irish Times
A full Irish at Electric PicnicOn The Record: Make it your business to catch these 10 Irish acts at Stradball
A full Irish at Electric Picnic
The Irish Times / Posted yesterday
On The Record: Make it your business to catch these 10 Irish acts at Stradbally this weekend There are approximately 200 acts playing at this year’s Electric Picnic. You know the headliners, hot tips and must-see new... Read more
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Wellington Daily News
Wellington Police report, Sept. 2Wednesday, Sept. 2At 9:07 a.m., officers investigated possession of stolen prop
Wellington Police report, Sept. 2
Wellington Daily News / Posted yesterday
Wednesday, Sept. 2At 9:07 a.m., officers investigated possession of stolen property and warrant arrest in the 1600 block of North A.At 9:11 a.m., Dakota M. Cohorn, 23, of Ponca City, OK, was arrested and charged with possession of stolen property and... Read more
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Oxford Mail
New group launched to look after our pensionersGOOD news for Oxfordshire pensioners. On Monday at 2pm in the council chamber o
New group launched to look after our pensioners
Oxford Mail / Posted yesterday
GOOD news for Oxfordshire pensioners. On Monday at 2pm in the council chamber of Oxford Town Hall, a new pensioners group will be launched. It will be known as the Oxfordshire NPC Group and has evolved from the long-established and highly regarded... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Only Foals and hoarses as singer loses voiceTHE Oxford rock band Foals thanked local fans for their support by turning up a
Only Foals and hoarses as singer loses voice
This is Oxfordshire / Posted yesterday
THE Oxford rock band Foals thanked local fans for their support by turning up at the city’s only record store to sign copies of their new album. Hundreds of music-lovers queued outside the Truck Store, in Cowley Road, yesterday afternoon, for a... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Maths teacher demonstrates his winning ways with wordsWITH his surname, Jonathan Wynn was never going to settle for second best when
Maths teacher demonstrates his winning ways with words
This is Oxfordshire / Posted yesterday
WITH his surname, Jonathan Wynn was never going to settle for second best when he appeared on TV word game Countdown. The 29-year-old maths teacher won eight rounds of the iconic Channel 4 show to clinch the famed prize teapot and qualify for the... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Only Foals and hoarses as singer loses voiceTHE Oxford rock band Foals thanked local fans for their support by turning up a
Only Foals and hoarses as singer loses voice
Oxford Mail / Posted yesterday
THE Oxford rock band Foals thanked local fans for their support by turning up at the city’s only record store to sign copies of their new album. Hundreds of music-lovers queued outside the Truck Store, in Cowley Road, yesterday afternoon, for a... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Maths teacher demonstrates his winning ways with wordsWITH his surname, Jonathan Wynn was never going to settle for second best when
Maths teacher demonstrates his winning ways with words
Oxford Mail / Posted yesterday
WITH his surname, Jonathan Wynn was never going to settle for second best when he appeared on TV word game Countdown. The 29-year-old maths teacher won eight rounds of the iconic Channel 4 show to clinch the famed prize teapot and qualify for the... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Upper Hutt City Library’s Poetry EveningThursday, 3 September 2015, 10:42 amPress Release: Upper Hutt City Council conc
Upper Hutt City Library’s Poetry Evening
Scoop.co.nz / Posted yesterday
Thursday, 3 September 2015, 10:42 amPress Release: Upper Hutt City Council concludes annual competitionTwo celebrations were held on Friday 28 August at Upper Hutt City... Read more
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birminghammail
Father and son stole Range Rovers in highly sophisticated spreeA father and son team were at the heard of a sophisticated £250,000 car stealin
Father and son stole Range Rovers in highly sophisticated spree
birminghammail / Posted 2 days ago
A father and son team were at the heard of a sophisticated £250,000 car stealing racket. Lee O’Brien, head of a Birmingham criminal family has been jailed for three-and-a-half-years. Mr Recorder Ross QC said the 45-year-old had a “shocking” record... Read more
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The Express-Times
Pen Argyl seeks $3 million to finance new fire stationInitial estimates are $4.2 million for the would-be new home for the Lookout Fi
Pen Argyl seeks $3 million to finance new fire station
The Express-Times / Posted 2 days ago
Initial estimates are $4.2 million for the would-be new home for the Lookout Fire Co. Borough council voted Tuesday to ask Concord Public Finance to shop for financing plans to cover $ 3 million of the needed construction costs. The borough was... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
What went down when Oxford rock band Foals hit townTHE Oxford rock band Foals thanked local fans for their support by turning up a
What went down when Oxford rock band Foals hit town
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 2 days ago
THE Oxford rock band Foals thanked local fans for their support by turning up at the city’s only record store to sign copies of their new album. Hundreds of music-lovers queued outside the Truck Store, in Cowley Road, yesterday afternoon, for a... Read more
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Oxford Mail
What went down when Oxford rock band Foals hit townTHE Oxford rock band Foals thanked local fans for their support by turning up a
What went down when Oxford rock band Foals hit town
Oxford Mail / Posted 2 days ago
THE Oxford rock band Foals thanked local fans for their support by turning up at the city’s only record store to sign copies of their new album. Hundreds of music-lovers queued outside the Truck Store, in Cowley Road, yesterday afternoon, for a... Read more
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norwichadvertiser24
Manson thrilled to be stepping out at Ryder Cup venueBURNHAM-ON-SEA, ENGLAND - JUNE 11: Craig Manson (L) and Ryan Crowley of Clevedo
Manson thrilled to be stepping out at Ryder Cup venue
norwichadvertiser24 / Posted 2 days ago
BURNHAM-ON-SEA, ENGLAND - JUNE 11: Craig Manson (L) and Ryan Crowley of Clevedon Golf Club after winning The Lombard Trophy - West Qualifier at Burnham And Berrow Golf Club Club on June 11, 2015 in... Read more
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Reading Evening Post
Flooding in 2014 caused 35-days worth of lost train journeysThe wet weather caused 510 trains to be cancelled and 6,519 to be delayed. It
Flooding in 2014 caused 35-days worth of lost train journeys
Reading Evening Post / Posted 2 days ago
The wet weather caused 510 trains to be cancelled and 6,519 to be delayed. It was the worst single incident to affect trains in the entire country over the past three years in terms of the total delays it brought. The flooding was the worst in... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Foals to sign copies of their latest album at Cowley's Truck StoreIndie chart toppers Foals will be signing copies of their latest album at Cowle
Foals to sign copies of their latest album at Cowley's Truck Store
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 2 days ago
Indie chart toppers Foals will be signing copies of their latest album at Cowley Road’s Truck Store at 3pm today. The band released their fourth album, What Went Down, last year. The group rose to prominence in 2008 with the release of their first... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Six Bells defend Premier Section crown despite defeatSIX Bells C Kidlington retained the Greene King Oxford & District League Premie
Six Bells defend Premier Section crown despite defeat
Oxford Mail / Posted 2 days ago
SIX Bells C Kidlington retained the Greene King Oxford & District League Premier Section title despite a 2-1 defeat to Garsington Sports Club A. Needing just one point, Six Bells were 2-0 down before they crucially won the final leg 27-26. Andy... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Harper and Rae keep leaders Westbury on track for title gloryWestbury moved to the brink of the OCA LeagueDivision 1 title after crushing ho
Harper and Rae keep leaders Westbury on track for title glory
Oxford Mail / Posted 2 days ago
Westbury moved to the brink of the OCA LeagueDivision 1 title after crushing hosts Great Horwood by 128 runs. Sam Harper’s 65 plus 57 from Ben Rae saw Westbury to an imposing 237-6 in their 45 overs. This proved way beyond Horwood, who slumped to... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Foals to sign copies of their latest album at Cowley's Truck StoreIndie chart toppers Foals will be signing copies of their latest album at Cowle
Foals to sign copies of their latest album at Cowley's Truck Store
Oxford Mail / Posted 2 days ago
Indie chart toppers Foals will be signing copies of their latest album at Cowley Road’s Truck Store at 3pm today. The band released their fourth album, What Went Down, last year. The group rose to prominence in 2008 with the release of their first... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
City council’s antiques worth a cool £2.5m, the Mail revealsGOBLETS, old muskets and vintage cigar boxes are just some of the £2.5m worth o
City council’s antiques worth a cool £2.5m, the Mail reveals
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 2 days ago
GOBLETS, old muskets and vintage cigar boxes are just some of the £2.5m worth of antique items Oxford City Council owns. The Oxford Mail can reveal Oxfordshire’s councils are sitting on “staggering” art collections worth millions, with the city’s... Read more
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Oxford Mail
City council’s antiques worth a cool £2.5m, the Mail revealsGOBLETS, old muskets and vintage cigar boxes are just some of the £2.5m worth o
City council’s antiques worth a cool £2.5m, the Mail reveals
Oxford Mail / Posted 2 days ago
GOBLETS, old muskets and vintage cigar boxes are just some of the £2.5m worth of antique items Oxford City Council owns. The Oxford Mail can reveal Oxfordshire’s councils are sitting on “staggering” art collections worth millions, with the city’s... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Spectre of dog mess casting a shadow over park celebrationTHE Leys Festival could be marred by dog fouling, with a councillor warning of
Spectre of dog mess casting a shadow over park celebration
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 2 days ago
THE Leys Festival could be marred by dog fouling, with a councillor warning of a recent spate at Blackbird Leys Park. Thousands will flock to the area on Saturday for the festival and will be greeted with new benches, saplings and flowerbeds. But... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Spectre of dog mess casting a shadow over park celebrationTHE Leys Festival could be marred by dog fouling, with a councillor warning of
Spectre of dog mess casting a shadow over park celebration
Oxford Mail / Posted 2 days ago
THE Leys Festival could be marred by dog fouling, with a councillor warning of a recent spate at Blackbird Leys Park. Thousands will flock to the area on Saturday for the festival and will be greeted with new benches, saplings and flowerbeds. But... Read more
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Manxnet
Give us the lighthouse!isle of man news Manx charity Beach Buddies is asking all other bidders for th
Give us the lighthouse!
Manxnet / Posted 3 days ago
isle of man news Manx charity Beach Buddies is asking all other bidders for the Winkie Lighthouse at the Point of Ayre to withdraw from the bidding process as the charity is close to reaching its target of meeting the £10,000 asking price. Beach... Read more
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Emery County Progress
Commission holds annual Green River meeting - September 1, 2015EditorThe Emery County commission met in Green River for their annual meeting o
Commission holds annual Green River meeting - September 1, 2015
Emery County Progress / Posted 3 days ago
EditorThe Emery County commission met in Green River for their annual meeting on Aug. 25. They approved the Title V right-of-way grants on BLM roads as follows: Last Chance, Buckhorn Wash Realignment and Hadden Wash. Commissioner Ethan Migliori said... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Survivor urges others to make legacy giftA CANCER survivor from Oxford is encouraging others to leave a donation to char
Survivor urges others to make legacy gift
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 3 days ago
A CANCER survivor from Oxford is encouraging others to leave a donation to charity in their will. Barbara Gardiner’s life changed after she discovered a sore on one of her feet that was diagnosed as leukaemia in August 1999. Despite going for... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Survivor urges others to make legacy giftA CANCER survivor from Oxford is encouraging others to leave a donation to char
Survivor urges others to make legacy gift
Oxford Mail / Posted 3 days ago
A CANCER survivor from Oxford is encouraging others to leave a donation to charity in their will. Barbara Gardiner’s life changed after she discovered a sore on one of her feet that was diagnosed as leukaemia in August 1999. Despite going for... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
New Arabic school aims to be ‘the top’ educator of its kindA NEW Arabic school set to bring youngsters of all faiths together is aiming to
New Arabic school aims to be ‘the top’ educator of its kind
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 3 days ago
A NEW Arabic school set to bring youngsters of all faiths together is aiming to be the top Sunday school of its kind in the country. Members of Islamic organisation Darussalam will launch the new school at Littlemore’s Oxford Academy next month... Read more
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Oxford Mail
New Arabic school aims to be ‘the top’ educator of its kindA NEW Arabic school set to bring youngsters of all faiths together is aiming to
New Arabic school aims to be ‘the top’ educator of its kind
Oxford Mail / Posted 3 days ago
A NEW Arabic school set to bring youngsters of all faiths together is aiming to be the top Sunday school of its kind in the country. Members of Islamic organisation Darussalam will launch the new school at Littlemore’s Oxford Academy next month... Read more
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Oxford Mail
DARTS: Brothers’ maximums do the TrickBROTHERS Tim and Simon Tricker starred with a total of five maximums to help De
DARTS: Brothers’ maximums do the Trick
Oxford Mail / Posted 3 days ago
BROTHERS Tim and Simon Tricker starred with a total of five maximums to help Democrats Club win 6-3 at Peachcroft Social Club in Premier & Section 1 of the Greene King ODDA Summer League. After Terry Wood had given Democrats an early lead, Simon... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Listen up: Community centre protesters march to be heardAT LEAST 40 people marched through the rain on Bank Holiday Monday to protest a
Listen up: Community centre protesters march to be heard
Oxford Mail / Posted 3 days ago
AT LEAST 40 people marched through the rain on Bank Holiday Monday to protest against Oxford City Council’s plans to take over the running of East Oxford Community Centre. Last month the Oxford Mail reported the city council’s plans to take over the... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Lorry firms heighten security as immigration offences riseTHE number of arrests relating to immigration offences is already up on last ye
Lorry firms heighten security as immigration offences rise
Oxford Mail / Posted 3 days ago
THE number of arrests relating to immigration offences is already up on last year, prompting companies in Oxfordshire to tighten security. According to Thames Valley Police, a total of 205 arrests have been made in relation to immigration offences... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Mailbag: Enthusiastic Ossie played a key role in city’s silver bandOpening your pages, I was very surprised to see my brother Ossie in the photogr
Mailbag: Enthusiastic Ossie played a key role in city’s silver band
Oxford Mail / Posted 4 days ago
Opening your pages, I was very surprised to see my brother Ossie in the photograph of the City of Oxford Silver Band receiving a cheque towards new uniforms and instruments (Memory Lane, August 17). He was christened Horace (Frederick Mark) Trinder,... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Pupils used climbing frame for school’s unusual photoPUPILS usually stood or sat in rows to have their school photographs taken, but
Pupils used climbing frame for school’s unusual photo
Oxford Mail / Posted 4 days ago
PUPILS usually stood or sat in rows to have their school photographs taken, but not at St Christopher’s. This class at the junior school in Temple Road, Cowley, Oxford, decided on a different format – clambering on to and around a climbing... Read more
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The Daily Record
James M. Harkins | MD. ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICEJames M. Harkins, director of Maryland Environmental Service, has been appointe
James M. Harkins | MD. ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICE
The Daily Record / Posted 4 days ago
James M. Harkins, director of Maryland Environmental Service, has been appointed to the board of directors of University of Maryland Upper Chesapeake Health. He will also serve on the board of directors of The Upper Chesapeake Health Foundation.... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Marchers protest against community centre plansCommunity campaigners in East Oxford have marched from the former Temple Cowley
Marchers protest against community centre plans
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 4 days ago
Community campaigners in East Oxford have marched from the former Temple Cowley Pools site to Oxford Town Hall to protest against the proposed closure of community centres. More than 40 activists marched through the rain, with banners saying "the... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Marchers protest against community centre plansCommunity campaigners in East Oxford have marched from the former Temple Cowley
Marchers protest against community centre plans
Oxford Mail / Posted 4 days ago
Community campaigners in East Oxford have marched from the former Temple Cowley Pools site to Oxford Town Hall to protest against the proposed closure of community centres. More than 40 activists marched through the rain, with banners saying "the... Read more
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Boston Globe
Watch Wade Miley nab a way-too-casual, behind-the-back grabPatriots quarterback Tom Brady was named the MVP of the 2015, 2003, and 2001 Su
Watch Wade Miley nab a way-too-casual, behind-the-back grab
Boston Globe / Posted 4 days ago
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady was named the MVP of the 2015, 2003, and 2001 Super Bowls. He received the NFL MVP for the 2010 and 2007 regular seasons. In 2007, he led the New England Patriots to an undefeated regular season, in which he threw 50... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Fly-tipping teen handed £500 fine for dumping old car partsA TEENAGER who dumped black bin bags full of car parts in a quiet country lane
Fly-tipping teen handed £500 fine for dumping old car parts
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 4 days ago
A TEENAGER who dumped black bin bags full of car parts in a quiet country lane has been handed a £500 fine. Dale Horwood admitted one count of fly-tipping rubbish in Lower Blackberry Lane, off Grenoble Road on the edge of Oxford, in June last year.... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Children of the 40s and 50s were lucky with swimmingMY MOTHER, born in 1908 in Alnwick, Northumberland, and brought up by her grand
Children of the 40s and 50s were lucky with swimming
Oxford Mail / Posted 4 days ago
MY MOTHER, born in 1908 in Alnwick, Northumberland, and brought up by her grandmother, was not allowed to learn to swim, ride a bike or roller skate. She came to Oxford in 1936. In 1943, when I was four, she held me up to see the swimmers in the... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Our beautiful city has to be protected from trafficFURTHER to B Gibbs letter in the Oxford Mail (August 24) regarding the horrendo
Our beautiful city has to be protected from traffic
Oxford Mail / Posted 4 days ago
FURTHER to B Gibbs letter in the Oxford Mail (August 24) regarding the horrendous parking charges in Oxford City centre. This reminds me of when I ran a guesthouse during the 90s in Iffley Road. I had a group of guests from America. Three went out... Read more
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