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Man arrested on probation violation
ESSEX — Responding to a call from an area probation department, police arrested a Lufkin Street man on a probation charge. Police said 48-year-old
was arrested at his Lufkin Street...
Read more at Gloucester Daily Times
Different take on Dickens’ holiday classic
Different take on Dickens’ holiday classic Kulken Groman and Wesley Tackrehearse rehearse a scene for Every Christmas Story Ever Told and Then Some the Almira Stephan Memorial Playhouse in Meriden,...
Read more at The Record-Journal
A Christmas Carol
Maloney High School
Afternoon of drinking came to a crashing end
A MAN who drove his car into a garage door after drinking beer has been disqualified from driving and fined for damaging property. Gregory
, 36 of West Street, Bathurst appeared...
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Bathurst police station
Walnut Creek/Lamorinda Arts Notes -- Indie/foreig...
... Christmas Story' at Town Hall "Every Christmas Story Ever Told (And Then Some!)," a 90-minute romp through every major holiday tale known to man, will run Dec. 5-21 at the Town Hall Theatre in...
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Mountain Shadow Film Society
Charities work to address childhood hunger in Cla...
Think about the last time you skipped lunch. A long meeting, a pressing task, no offramp, whatever. Remember how cranky and scattered you became? Remember how your attention became focused largely on...
Read more at The Columbian
City Theatre's Charles Ives Take Me Home
There are a lot of dead people in Jessica Dickey's Charles Ives Take Me Home, now getting its Pittsburgh premiere at City Theatre. Violinist John Starr talks to us about his dead dad, who couldn't...
Read more at Pittsburgh City Paper
Adventure tourism lift-off when 'perfect partner'...
(right) and Andrew Blackford have had 11,000 people take their forest canopy tour. Photo / APN It took more than four years of planning to get
's adventure tourism...
Read more at The New Zealand Herald
Making sense of human suffering
Suffering is a natural fact of existence that cannot be wished away or denied. And recognition of this fact is apparently the beginning and end of all human wisdom. Small wonder then, that this...
Read more at The Hindu
Artist brings Katahdin to Portland
David Little’s record of Mount Katahdin artwork can be found in the Great Reading Room on the 7th floor of the Glickman Library. At almost 250 miles away, it’s easy for people in Portland to feel a...
Read more at The Free Press
Trust for Public Land
Man Needs Millions to Bring Corpus Christi Submar...
CORPUS CHRISTI - A Navy veteran says it would cost $10-$15 million to bring the USS City of Corpus Christi to the coastal bend as a floating museum.
served in the US Navy aboard a...
Read more at KRIS-TV Corpus Christi
Report: Munder Capital sale called off
The proposed sale of Birmingham-based Munder Capital Management, a money-management firm with $15.5 billion under management, has been called off, according to a report Friday on peHub.com, a website...
Read more at Crain's Detroit Business
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Alaska Ear: Say it isn't so () | Alaska Ear
SAY IT ISN'T SO . . . Ear can hardly believe the news: Buddy Bailey is leaving the family furniture business. How can that be? Buddy's been pitching Bailey's Furniture from our TV screens since he...
Read more at Anchorage Daily News
Standard of proof differs in criminal, civil inqu...
One man brandished a 6-foot martial arts fighting stick and poked it into the radiator of a police car. Another fired shots at the ceiling of his own house and charged at officers on his...
Read more at The Santa Rosa Press Democrat
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