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Barbon Show basks in welcome sunshine
BARBON Show is always welcoming - but the weekend sunshine ensured it was also one of the warmest of recent years. The event, one of Cumbria’s smallest and most traditional gatherings, was held by...
Read more at West Moreland Gazette
Savage enters race for Clearview mayor
CLEARVIEW Twp. — The township's deputy-mayor says she'll pursue the top political job in Clearview, following the retirement of the two-term mayor. Ken Ferguson announced on Friday he would not seek...
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Simcoe County council
Montauk Dock Sells 'Irish Drunk' T-Shirts
Montauk Dock Bar & Grill owner
is having the last laugh: now available for purchase at the restaurant are green T-shirts with the words “Irish Drunk” above their pockets. Capitalizing...
Read more at The Southampton Press & The East Hampton Press
All-American to coach in Charlotte A Little All-American from Sam Houston college in Huntsville will be head coach at Charlotte high school this year. He is Larry Kesling, who starred at end for the...
Read more at Pleasanton Express
New York bar forced to remove 'no Irish drunks' s...
New York bar forced to remove 'no Irish drunks' sign after outrage from customers The Dock Bar & Grill in Montauk had a sign displayed in the window with a banned list which included 'Irish drunks'...
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The Southampton Press & The East Hampton Press
Fire Department of New York
Roger L. Lewis
Born April 10, 1937, he was the son of the late Freeda Faith (Watson) Sherrard and the late Kenneth L. Lewis, and raised as the babe in the extended family of his grandparents, "Mum and Daddy," Edith...
Read more at The Martinsburg Journal
New York bar causes outrage with "No Irish Drunks...
A bar in the US has caused outrage after it put up a sign saying "No Irish Drunks" on the pub's front window. Alongside the ban on drunken Irish, the sign also declares No to Yapping Mutts, Screaming...
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New York City
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