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For signmakers, elections mean business
Purple and white campaign signs for a Luzerne County controller candidate roll off the presses at Fleet Decal and Graphics in Plymouth. They're signs of the times in the days leading up to the May 21...
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Races seem more like cakewalks
Tuesday’s primary election pales in comparison to the boisterous contests Tom Pizano remembers. “There were very rarely races with no candidates years ago,” said Pizano, a former Luzerne County...
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G. Terry Madonna
Friendly barbecue rivalry to start soon in Durham
The Bull City will soon be in hog heaven.
, the famous barbecue pit master, and Greg Hatem, Raleigh restaurateur and developer, are each opening up new barbecue restaurants in Durham later...
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Coroner condemns bed sharing after another baby d...
Plunket advises sleeping a baby in their own cot or bassinet, making sure the mattress is clean, dry and fits snugly. Photo / Supplied A coroner has again found himself pleading with parents not to...
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Alcoa expansion targets auto market
Alcoa Inc. plans a $275 million expansion of its Blount County operation that officials said will help insure the company remains a key player in the local economy for decades. The aluminum company...
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
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'A Portrait of Patsy Cline'
Thursday, May 02, 2013 12:09 AM 'A Portrait of Patsy Cline'Martier will recreate singer's memorable songsBy Lisa Boykin Batts Times Life Editor Laura Martier listens to Patsy Cline’s music all the...
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Nicky Pellegrino bones up on the damage fast food does Michael Pollan explains why we should reacquaint ourselves with "slow" food. Photo / Supplied Cooked: A Natural History Of Transformation by...
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Mayor Muoio goes to Washington
West Palm Beach Mayor Jeri Muoio hopes a trip to the nation’s capital leads to an abundance of cash for West Palm Beach. She has just the friend to help. Muoio met Tuesday with her mentor, former...
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Every 15 Minutes: Role-playing exercise points ou...
The Grim Reaper stalked the campus of Willits High School this week snatching victims from class and spiriting them away. It wasn't a scene from a horror movie; it was the brainchild of two WHS...
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