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2015/07/29 12:59
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Next week we will know the name for the new Minor League Baseball team in Columbia. Columbia Professional Baseball will announce the team name and unveil the team's official logos on Aug. 4. The...
2015/07/29 12:59
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2015/07/29 06:16
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A search in May of the fish in a boat in a Patuxent River tributary has led to citations against four St. Mary’s men filed by Maryland Natural Resources Police, who report reviewing the matter with...
2015/07/28 12:03
2015/07/28 12:03
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STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- Today's archive page is from August 16, 1976. The Department of Mental Health and Hygiene asked the City Planning Commission to decide on what to turn the remaining 260 acres...
2015/07/27 12:49
2015/07/27 12:49
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Four newborn babies at Medina Hospital last month tested positive for heroin at one time, and the mothers were unable to take their babies home, Medina County Job and Family Services Director Mead...
2015/07/27 11:01
2015/07/27 11:01
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Only those high-profile cases — such as with Speaker of the House John Boehner’s former country club bartender — do we hear of a mentally ill person committing violent crimes. “Yes, when there is...
2015/07/26 18:00
2015/07/26 18:00
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In jail for nearly two years since, Alexander, 30, now has a stable life. He is locked up 23 hours a day but gets steady meals. He is offered medication but refuses to take it. His red beard is wiry...
2015/07/25 04:37
2015/07/25 04:37
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DANBURY — John Zanesky remembers growing up in Newtown and serving as a volunteer firefighter with Newtown Hook & Ladder, but all that was a lifetime ago. Today Zanesky is homeless, waiting for...
2015/07/24 17:02
2015/07/24 17:02
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Missouri and Gov. Jay Nixon are garnering well-deserved national recognition for initiatives to serve people with developmental disabilities and mental health challenges. Most recently, United...
2015/07/24 16:16
2015/07/24 16:16
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A search in May by Maryland Natural Resources Police of the fish in a boat in a Patuxent River tributary has led to citations against four St. Mary’s men. Ryan Hamilton Lumpkins, 28, of Piney Point...
2015/07/24 15:53
2015/07/24 15:53
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New housing planned for homeless, addicted Several agencies, including the city of Columbus, are helping foot the bill for a 60-unit housing project in the University District for those struggling...
2015/07/23 12:20
2015/07/23 12:20
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URBANA — Actress Barbara Evans always will remember the "beautiful, heart-rending scene" in "Wit" that she played in 2002 opposite Janice Rothbaum, who died Tuesday morning. Most Station Theatre...
2015/07/23 07:00
2015/07/23 07:00
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Naloxone is used to offset the effects of overdoses from drugs such as oxycodone and hydrocodone. Sadly, the need for naloxone is great in Oklahoma because the state struggles mightily with abuse of...
2015/07/22 16:44
2015/07/22 16:44
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Chariton Valley's Terry Combs named president of statewide association Chariton Valley Association Chief Executive Officer Terry Combs has been elected president of the Missouri Association of...
2015/07/22 13:38
2015/07/22 13:38
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SAN JOSE -- A former Santa Clara County employee and his partner pleaded guilty Monday to advertising prostitution services of a girl under 16 on the Internet, officials said. San Jose residents...
2015/07/20 20:36
2015/07/20 20:36
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Fresh off of a high-profile effort to limit synthetic drug use, Mayor Muriel Bowser wants to go after underage drinking as well. The mayor announced the campaign on Monday as she introduced her pick...
2015/07/20 14:53
2015/07/20 14:53
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POPLAR BLUFF -- A Bernie man accused of brutally stabbing another man to death has been committed a second time to the Missouri Department of Mental Health. Allen Dale McCoy, aka "Smurf," appeared...
2015/07/20 13:27
2015/07/20 13:27
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The top doctor for Green Berets and other elite Army commandos has told troops to immediately stop taking mefloquine, an anti-malaria drug found to cause permanent brain damage in rare cases. The ban...
2015/07/20 10:57
2015/07/20 10:57
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Bridgeport's mayor is urging residents to prepare an emergency kit and plan to keep their families safe during hurricane season. “Our emergency operations staff is constantly planning for events that...
2015/07/20 08:53
2015/07/20 08:53
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Suicide risk high among Bhutanese immigrants in central Ohio Columbus officials knew the staggering statistic: More than 50 Bhutanese refugees have killed themselves since the U.S. started resettling...
2015/07/20 04:12
2015/07/20 04:12
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Published: Monday, 7/20/2015 - Updated: 2 minutes ago Human-trafficking fight to get boost Task force report sets educating health workers as a priority COLUMBUS — The Ohio Human Trafficking Task...
2015/07/29 12:59
2015/07/29 12:59
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