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Canal Plus: Could a spiffier waterway help George...
Don’t tell Josh Hermias there’s nothing new happening in Georgetown. The neighborhood may feel established, the economic development director of the Georgetown Business Improvement District says, but...
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National Park Service
War Makes Us Poor
Top Economists Say War Is Bad for the Economy War is widely thought to be linked to economic good times. The second world war is often said to have brought the world out of depression, and war has...
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7 Takeaways for Banks from Warren's New Memoir
... Takeaways for Banks from Warren's New Memoir In a move that will surprise no one, Sen. Elizabeth Warren pulls no punches calling out bankers and Washington insiders in her just-released...
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Consumer Financial Protection Bureau
Saint Andrew’s marks first service
That corner used to be the rural intersection of the Shell Road and the suburban trolley line as well as the site of the church that began as St. Andrew’s Chapel. The little chapel with the...
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Protestant Episcopal Church
Republican Term Limits Scramble Committee Leaders...
Brain Drain: Self-Imposed Term Limits Shuffle Committees, House GOP Leadership Kline is among the Republicans who could be forced to hand over a gavel given self-imposed term limits, though he may...
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Peter T. King
DDOT to Hold Meetings on Possible Circulator Chan...
D.C.'s Department of Transportation wants to hear your thoughts on the Circulator bus. Plans are in the works to make some change to the current system. Six meetings will be held across the District...
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Department of Transportation
St. Bernard's 8, Nipmuc 7 Algonquin 5, Fitchburg 0: Phil Smith d. Erich Steiner, 6-2, 6-2; Andrew Casey d. Jack Lanni, 6-0, 6-0; Nick Bowker d. Keanu Bouthsarath, 6-0, 6-0; Nate Morrell-Jeb Beek d....
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Museum restoration nears completion
A BROKEN pipe resulting in water damages in a museum seems like a disaster, but John Mattox of the Underground Railroad Museum in Flushing takes an optimistic view. Referring to the broken pipe,...
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National Board of Governors
Lawmakers balk at medical marijuana for PTSD
Lawmakers balk at medical marijuana for PTSD MONTPELIER � The House Human Services Committee advanced a medical marijuana dispensary bill Friday without including post-traumatic stress disorder as a...
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House Human Services Committee
Edwin I. Achramovitch, of Kenmore, died April 7. George F. Aichinger, died April 8. Joseph S. Bartolotta Sr., of Buffalo, WWII Army veteran, died April 8. Christine Bell, died April 5. Angel Faith...
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Collins pitches sale of Camp Merrill to House Arm...
Posted: Thursday, April 10th 2014 at 10:08am Collins pitches sale of Camp Merrill to House Armed Services Committee WASHINGTON - Ninth District Congressman Doug Collins made a special appearance...
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House Armed Services Committee
United States Army
Frank J. Trani, 94
Frank Trani Saddle Brook – Frank J. Trani, 94, formerly of Brooklyn, N.Y., died March 30. Born and raised in New York City, he settled in Saddle Brook 42 years ago. He was a parishioner of St....
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New York City
At a glance: Oklahoma candidate filings
... Jean McBride-Samuels, 59, Jenks (R) •Erick Paul Wyatt, 35, Norman (R) •Ray Woods, 78, Fairview (I) •Connie Johnson, 61, Oklahoma City (D) •Jason Weger, 31, Norman (R) •Kevin Crow, 46,...
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Columbus students use spring break to fight bully...
More than 70 Muscogee County students packed into the D.A. Turner YMCA gym along with Gracie Barra Columbus to make the first move against bullying. Since 2010, Grace Barra has been teaching students...
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Today in History for March 31, 2014
... minutes 14 seconds ago by AP (PHOTO COURTESY: MGN ONLINE)Today in History for March 31, 2014 Today is Monday, March 31, the 90th day of 2014. There are 275 days left in the year. Today's Highlight...
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Franklin D. Roosevelt
The following property transactions have been recorded in Bradford County: Doris A. Mason to Doris A. Mason, Carol Schoenig, Doreen Hale of Columbia Cross Roads for property in Springfield Township...
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Marion L. Spellman
CANFIELD - Marion L. Spellman, 88, died Friday after a brief illness. Born Jan. 26, 1926, in Baltimore, Md., she was the daughter of the late Leroy and Mary (Knox) Hough. Mrs. Spellman worked in...
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Sarah B. Coudriet
McALISTERVILLE - Sarah B. Coudriet, 69, of McAlisterville, died at 11:38 a.m. Sunday, March 23, 2014, at her home. Born on June 17, 1944, in Derry Township, Mifflin County, she was a daughter of the...
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East Juniata High School
Cantor carefully pushes House GOP toward softer p...
Putting aside his past emphasis on sweeping cuts to federal programs, Cantor has become an advocate for research on pediatric cancer, passing legislation to boost funding at the National Institutes of...
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John A. Boehner
Horace A. Earls
Mr. Earls was born in Blacksburg, September 30, 1921, a son of the late
. Earls and Mary Aker Earls. He was retired from Conso Products and was a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter...
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