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St. Catharines Standard
Greg's homies have extra chromiessister, Courtney, who will play with the Brock Badgers this season, was also th
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 38 minutes ago
sister, Courtney, who will play with the Brock Badgers this season, was also there to help. She graduated from Niagara College as an educational assistant, and will attend Brock's Recreation and Leisure program in September. There was an... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
Greg's homies have extra chromiessister, Courtney, who will play with the Brock Badgers this season, was also th
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 44 minutes ago
sister, Courtney, who will play with the Brock Badgers this season, was also there to help. She graduated from Niagara College as an educational assistant, and will attend Brock's Recreation and Leisure program in September. There was an... Read more
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Welland Tribune
Greg's homies have extra chromiessister, Courtney, who will play with the Brock Badgers this season, was also th
Welland Tribune / Posted 45 minutes ago
sister, Courtney, who will play with the Brock Badgers this season, was also there to help. She graduated from Niagara College as an educational assistant, and will attend Brock's Recreation and Leisure program in September. There was an... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
Hamilton, Lebanon eateries among Ohio’s 10 Best Mom & Pop Restaurantsthe top 10 list. MORE: Have you tried these 12 new restaurants in Butler Count
Dayton Daily News / Posted 4 hours ago
the top 10 list. MORE: Have you tried these 12 new restaurants in Butler County? “Hyde’s Restaurant has been serving the community with genuine mom and pop style since 1946,” the website says. Indeed, in 1946 brothers Jim and Hub Hyde bought... Read more
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The Hamilton Journal News
Hamilton, Lebanon eateries among Ohio’s 10 Best Mom & Pop Restaurantsthe top 10 list. MORE: Have you tried these 12 new restaurants in Butler Count
The Hamilton Journal News / Posted 4 hours ago
the top 10 list. MORE: Have you tried these 12 new restaurants in Butler County? “Hyde’s Restaurant has been serving the community with genuine mom and pop style since 1946,” the website says. Indeed, in 1946 brothers Jim and Hub Hyde bought... Read more
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Eagle Bulletin
Paddle away: B’ville officially opens Mercer Park kayak launchthe kayak launch coincides with the statewide celebration of the 200th annivers
Eagle Bulletin / Posted 2 days ago
the kayak launch coincides with the statewide celebration of the 200th anniversary of the beginning of construction on the Erie Canal. “Baldwinsville is a great spot along the Erie Canal, and we want everyone to see it,” said Brian Stratton,... Read more
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Daily Herald
Recent editorials published in Indiana newspapersdozens of miles in length and in some cases spanning multiple counties, is miss
Daily Herald / Posted 3 days ago
dozens of miles in length and in some cases spanning multiple counties, is missing out. Region trails - including the Erie-Lackawanna, which connects Crown Point and Hammond with all points in between, and the Prairie Duneland Trail, which... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Cash-strapped NEPA Philharmonic cancels seasonbusiness model that is sustainable and financially viable.” Instead of filing
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 6 days ago
business model that is sustainable and financially viable.” Instead of filing for bankruptcy or asking for favors from the community, the directors decided to take a step back to reorganize the inner workings of the philharmonic and pay off its... Read more
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TribLIVE
William Garvey, former Mercyhurst president, dies at 81Mercyhurst president, dies at 81 William P. Garvey, a former Mercyhurst Univer
TribLIVE / Posted 8 days ago
Mercyhurst president, dies at 81 William P. Garvey, a former Mercyhurst University president and founding president of the Erie-based Jefferson Educational Society, died Wednesday at the LECOM Senior Living Center, according to a Jefferson... Read more
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Greeley Tribune
Weld County Tributes for Aug. 10Seminerio Jr. (Cherly) of Loveland; three children, Danica and Scott Robles of
Greeley Tribune / Posted 8 days ago
Seminerio Jr. (Cherly) of Loveland; three children, Danica and Scott Robles of Firestone, Dominic and Shelly Mejia of Erie and Charles Hixenbaugh of Greeley; and many other family members from various areas; grandchildren, Serena Robles, Marco... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Stan Heath embraces new job as Lakeland Magic coachthe state so much that he and his family kept their home in Tampa, even after h
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 8 days ago
the state so much that he and his family kept their home in Tampa, even after he took a job as an assistant coach at Boston College. The opportunity to work again in Florida was just one reason why he put his name into consideration for the G... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
Walk-ons make favorable impression at early KU workoutsthere are weight classes in boxing and he’d be fighting out of weight class.’’
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 14 days ago
there are weight classes in boxing and he’d be fighting out of weight class.’’ Marshall (6-3, 230), transferred from Erie (N.Y.) Community College and the sophomore has been able to “show up on special teams,’’ said Beaty, “which has been... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Niagara sports briefsCity; Stephanie Grauer, Burnaby Lake; Karen Lefsrud, Calgary; Madison Mailey, B
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 15 days ago
City; Stephanie Grauer, Burnaby Lake; Karen Lefsrud, Calgary; Madison Mailey, Burnaby Lake; and Sydney Payne, Brentwood College. Trevor Jones of Peterborough Rowing Club won Canada’s other gold, and only other medal, edging Kyle Schoonbee of... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
Niagara sports briefsCity; Stephanie Grauer, Burnaby Lake; Karen Lefsrud, Calgary; Madison Mailey, B
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 15 days ago
City; Stephanie Grauer, Burnaby Lake; Karen Lefsrud, Calgary; Madison Mailey, Burnaby Lake; and Sydney Payne, Brentwood College. Trevor Jones of Peterborough Rowing Club won Canada’s other gold, and only other medal, edging Kyle Schoonbee of... Read more
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Welland Tribune
Niagara sports briefsCity; Stephanie Grauer, Burnaby Lake; Karen Lefsrud, Calgary; Madison Mailey, B
Welland Tribune / Posted 15 days ago
City; Stephanie Grauer, Burnaby Lake; Karen Lefsrud, Calgary; Madison Mailey, Burnaby Lake; and Sydney Payne, Brentwood College. Trevor Jones of Peterborough Rowing Club won Canada’s other gold, and only other medal, edging Kyle Schoonbee of... Read more
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The Monroe Evening News
Wells garners first grand champion lambthe “top five” in the show. Once the top lamb was chosen, he selected a 127-pou
The Monroe Evening News / Posted 17 days ago
the “top five” in the show. Once the top lamb was chosen, he selected a 127-pound ewe raised by Elizabeth (Lizzy) Liedel of Erie as the reserve champion overall. Also in the group were Jonathan Kantz of Ida, Madison Vore of Maybee and Summer Maupin... Read more
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The Toledo Blade
Our Towns Calendar: 7/31Party Adventure at Maumee Valley Unitarian Universalist Congregation, 20189 N.
The Toledo Blade / Posted 18 days ago
Party Adventure at Maumee Valley Unitarian Universalist Congregation, 20189 N. Dixie Hwy. (Rt. 25), 4:30-9 p.m. Sunday. Experience the magic of Hogwarts, feast in the Great Hall, play life-sized Wizards Chess, and more. Raffles. Appropriate Harry... Read more
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The Toledo Blade
College faculty set sail for STEM researchAn intrepid group of Bowling Green State University and Owens Community College
The Toledo Blade / Posted 18 days ago
An intrepid group of Bowling Green State University and Owens Community College faculty and administrators recently set sail to learn more about hands-on STEM education and undergraduate research. Gary Bullerjahn, professor of research excellence at... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Just a few weeks away, eclipse generating buzzArticle Tools For millennia, watching the stars in the sky has been a spiritua
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 19 days ago
Article Tools For millennia, watching the stars in the sky has been a spiritual experience. This Aug. 21, it continues right in our backyards — the first solar eclipse in 99 years to go across the entire continental United States, according to local... Read more
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NBC Sports: Inside the Irish
No. 3 C.J. Sanders, receiver and returnerLamb wrote on Twitter. “It is my goal to one day be a great football player, a
NBC Sports: Inside the Irish / Posted 20 days ago
Lamb wrote on Twitter. “It is my goal to one day be a great football player, a great student, and a great contributor to my community. Getting out of my comfort zone means moving to a new place, seeing new things, and being challenged in ways I have... Read more
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WGRZ-TV Buffalo
Bisons team with Say Yes Buffalo for students facing homelessness, povertywith Say Yes Buffalo, are helping to give a boost to students facing homelessne
WGRZ-TV Buffalo / Posted 21 days ago
with Say Yes Buffalo, are helping to give a boost to students facing homelessness and extreme poverty as they prepare for college. And they’re rewarding Bisons' fans for helping. During Sunday’s 1:05 game against the Louisville Bats, the Bisons... Read more
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NBC Sports: Inside the Irish
No. 4 Montgomery VanGorder, quarterbackLamb wrote on Twitter. “It is my goal to one day be a great football player, a
NBC Sports: Inside the Irish / Posted 21 days ago
Lamb wrote on Twitter. “It is my goal to one day be a great football player, a great student, and a great contributor to my community. Getting out of my comfort zone means moving to a new place, seeing new things, and being challenged in ways I have... Read more
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The Morning Call
Newsmaker Q&A: Flora Cardoni of PennEnvironmentpollution. I remember my dad telling me not to swim in the Buffalo River and cr
The Morning Call / Posted 21 days ago
pollution. I remember my dad telling me not to swim in the Buffalo River and cringing at the thought of me swimming in Lake Erie. I also had a lot of friends with asthma and family friends who developed cancer as a result of air pollution. At the... Read more
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NBC Sports: Inside the Irish
No. 4 Te’von Coney, linebackerLamb wrote on Twitter. “It is my goal to one day be a great football player, a
NBC Sports: Inside the Irish / Posted 21 days ago
Lamb wrote on Twitter. “It is my goal to one day be a great football player, a great student, and a great contributor to my community. Getting out of my comfort zone means moving to a new place, seeing new things, and being challenged in ways I have... Read more
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NBC Sports: Inside the Irish
Four-star LB Jack Lamb continues Notre Dame’s strong recruiting weekLamb wrote on Twitter. “It is my goal to one day be a great football player, a
NBC Sports: Inside the Irish / Posted 21 days ago
Lamb wrote on Twitter. “It is my goal to one day be a great football player, a great student, and a great contributor to my community. Getting out of my comfort zone means moving to a new place, seeing new things, and being challenged in ways I have... Read more
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TribLIVE
Seton Hill women hope to bond during trip to Spainto basketball, as the Griffins play three games against Spanish club teams. “I
TribLIVE / Posted 21 days ago
to basketball, as the Griffins play three games against Spanish club teams. “I'm pumped,” Hay said before the first of a series of informal practices leading up to the trip. “I think we're all excited for a different language and culture.” The... Read more
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Daily Mail
Cellino & Barnes injury attorneys in court to hash out bitter feudwas heard telling employees his law firm would be more successful than one name
Daily Mail / Posted 22 days ago
was heard telling employees his law firm would be more successful than one named 'Barnes' Ross Cellino, 59, appeared in Erie Civil Supreme Court in Buffalo today to dissolve his partnership with Stephen Barnes, who was a no-show The pair have... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
GOULBOURNE: Recognize mental health issues, referfacing mental illness and take action we, too, will benefit from this act of ki
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 24 days ago
facing mental illness and take action we, too, will benefit from this act of kindness. One in five Canadians “will experience a mental health problem this year” according to the Canadian Mental Health Commission of Canada. A Canadian... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
GOULBOURNE: Recognize mental health issues, referfacing mental illness and take action we, too, will benefit from this act of ki
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 24 days ago
facing mental illness and take action we, too, will benefit from this act of kindness. One in five Canadians “will experience a mental health problem this year” according to the Canadian Mental Health Commission of Canada. A Canadian... Read more
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Welland Tribune
GOULBOURNE: Recognize mental health issues, referfacing mental illness and take action we, too, will benefit from this act of ki
Welland Tribune / Posted 24 days ago
facing mental illness and take action we, too, will benefit from this act of kindness. One in five Canadians “will experience a mental health problem this year” according to the Canadian Mental Health Commission of Canada. A Canadian... Read more
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Philly.com
Medical Cannabis Education Tour launches Tuesday in Phillythe heart of the seminars is getting doctors to buy in to the program “One of
Philly.com / Posted 25 days ago
the heart of the seminars is getting doctors to buy in to the program “One of my concerns is that many in our medical community may not be taking this seriously,” Ward said. “We may struggle with getting physicians on board.” It’s a valid... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Neglect of Indigenous people highlightedThere are two sides to every story and a small crew at the Fort Erie Native Fri
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 28 days ago
There are two sides to every story and a small crew at the Fort Erie Native Friendship Centre is doing its part with a documentary. Career developer Michael Summers, along with cultural videographers Chris Henry and Joe Shawana, are will be sharing... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
Neglect of Indigenous people highlightedThere are two sides to every story and a small crew at the Fort Erie Native Fri
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 28 days ago
There are two sides to every story and a small crew at the Fort Erie Native Friendship Centre is doing its part with a documentary. Career developer Michael Summers, along with cultural videographers Chris Henry and Joe Shawana, are will be sharing... Read more
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Eagle Bulletin
What’s on PAC-B? July 22-28PMDr. Charles Mango @ Beaver Lake: Rainforest Conservation (6/2007)4:30 PMFrien
Eagle Bulletin / Posted 28 days ago
PMDr. Charles Mango @ Beaver Lake: Rainforest Conservation (6/2007)4:30 PMFriends of BPL: “Finding Our Voices” (2005)5:00 PMCommunity Wesleyan Church6:00 PMClassic Baker Football vs. W. Genny (9/9/2016)8:00 PMClassic Baker Girls’ Volleyball... Read more
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Kingston Daily Freeman
Hudson Calendar of Events; July 21 and 22, 2017Art: a workshop for beginners with Evan Pritchard. $10 Per person. Rosekill Far
Kingston Daily Freeman / Posted 28 days ago
Art: a workshop for beginners with Evan Pritchard. $10 Per person. Rosekill Farms, Rosendale. For directions, contact Valerieksharop@gmail.com or contact Jill at (646) 578-3402 or Evanpritchard7@gmail.com. LEGO Club: 4:15 p.m. For children ages... Read more
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The Alliance Review
A lasting legacy: Ralph Regula helped shape NE Ohiosaid. Regula served in the U.S. Navy from 1944 to 1946 before earning his bach
The Alliance Review / Posted 28 days ago
said. Regula served in the U.S. Navy from 1944 to 1946 before earning his bachelor's degree in economics from Mount Union College in 1948. There he met his beloved wife, Mary. [Article continues below] "They've held hands for 66 years," Richard... Read more
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The Suburbanite
A lasting legacy: Ralph Regula helped shape NE Ohiosaid. Regula served in the U.S. Navy from 1944 to 1946 before earning his bach
The Suburbanite / Posted 28 days ago
said. Regula served in the U.S. Navy from 1944 to 1946 before earning his bachelor's degree in economics from Mount Union College in 1948. There he met his beloved wife, Mary. "They've held hands for 66 years," Richard Regula said. "I never saw... Read more
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The News & Observer
Meet 4 Raleigh millennials who are spending their summer working toward big goalsNews & Observer Christian Brown, 20, performs music on sidewalks in downtown R
The News & Observer / Posted 29 days ago
News & Observer Christian Brown, 20, performs music on sidewalks in downtown Raleigh to help raise money to attend Berklee College of Music in Boston this fall. Contributed photo Christian Brown, 20, performs music on sidewalks in downtown Raleigh... Read more
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TribLIVE
FIBI welcomes back familiar facesmyself,” Rice, 44, said. “I've always played simply because I love the game, no
TribLIVE / Posted a month ago
myself,” Rice, 44, said. “I've always played simply because I love the game, not to win an award or to try to make any college or pro team. The kids that I coach want to play for that same reason. That's what makes this event so special every... Read more
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The Toledo Blade
Art on Mall show at UT marks its silver anniversarywonderful. That’s the nice thing about it — is the friends and family and soror
The Toledo Blade / Posted a month ago
wonderful. That’s the nice thing about it — is the friends and family and sorority sisters … people we knew from college days,” said Carol Connolly Pletz, a UT art major and 1966 graduate who has displayed her work at the show every year... Read more
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Boulder Daily Camera
Long road to success for Erie novelist Carter Wilson5,000 feet underground on a dark day and then don't tell them." USA Today best
Boulder Daily Camera / Posted a month ago
5,000 feet underground on a dark day and then don't tell them." USA Today best-selling suspense writer Carter Wilson, an Erie resident, seems to have gotten that memo somewhere during the 14 years since he took up writing. Consider the opening... Read more
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The Monroe Evening News
President Monroe, wife thrill crowd at open houseideals important to him that he cited Friday night and at a bicentennial sympos
The Monroe Evening News / Posted 1 months ago
ideals important to him that he cited Friday night and at a bicentennial symposium held Thursday night at Monroe County Community College. The others were civic responsibility and education. All three were keys to developing good citizens and... Read more
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MPNnow.com
Erie Canal's jailhouse rootscould not ship his goods anywhere in a timely fashion,” said Vicki Krisak, dire
MPNnow.com / Posted 1 months ago
could not ship his goods anywhere in a timely fashion,” said Vicki Krisak, director of communications and outreach at The Erie Canal Museum in Syracuse. “He landed in debtor's prison. From there, he started writing a series of essays about a... Read more
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Wayne Post
Erie Canal's jailhouse rootscould not ship his goods anywhere in a timely fashion,” said Vicki Krisak, dire
Wayne Post / Posted 1 months ago
could not ship his goods anywhere in a timely fashion,” said Vicki Krisak, director of communications and outreach at The Erie Canal Museum in Syracuse. “He landed in debtor's prison. From there, he started writing a series of essays about a... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Friendship Festival this weekendKris Dube Special to the Times There is lots going on this weekend at Fort Er
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 1 months ago
Kris Dube Special to the Times There is lots going on this weekend at Fort Erie's Friendship Festival, but Festival Flo says it's her last. Flo Odding, the manager of the Friendship Festival for the last 29 years, is calling it quits after this... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
Friendship Festival this weekendKris Dube Special to the Times There is lots going on this weekend at Fort Er
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 1 months ago
Kris Dube Special to the Times There is lots going on this weekend at Fort Erie's Friendship Festival, but Festival Flo says it's her last. Flo Odding, the manager of the Friendship Festival for the last 29 years, is calling it quits after this... Read more
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Welland Tribune
Friendship Festival this weekendKris Dube Special to the Times There is lots going on this weekend at Fort Er
Welland Tribune / Posted 1 months ago
Kris Dube Special to the Times There is lots going on this weekend at Fort Erie's Friendship Festival, but Festival Flo says it's her last. Flo Odding, the manager of the Friendship Festival for the last 29 years, is calling it quits after this... Read more
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