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Christopher Hanson shows his Widespread Panic roc...
If Stephen Stills had been more forthcoming with the rights to his music, Christopher Hanson might never have made a documentary about Widespread Panic. While Hanson put the final touches on his first...
Read more at Charleston City Paper
Photos by Gerald E. Mcleod General Granbury's Birthday in Granbury remembers the Confederate general whose likeness stands on a pedestal on the Hood County Courthouse lawn. This year marks the 150th...
Read more at The Austin Chronicle
United States Army
US Federal Reserve
St George's Cathedral Deanery, the oldest residen...
The Deanery was built in 1859 as a residence and office for the first Dean of Perth, the Reverend George Pownall. While it no longer houses the Dean, it is still used by the current Dean and...
Read more at Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Mold spots found in Delaware Valley school
March 11, 2014 Mold growth was discovered last month in a Delaware Valley Elementary School kindergarten classroom. The mold, two or three spots about the size a pencil eraser, was found on Feb. 28....
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Proteus Digital Health™, NHS England and UK Trade...
Each of the organisations will team up with Proteus Digital Health™ to assess the value of digital medicines in supporting patients’ medication taking behaviours and daily activity while realising...
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Greene County may vote at-large for county commis...
SNOW HILL — Greene County voters will be faced with a new way of voting for their county commissioners starting in May. District lines were put in place around June 2011 by Stephen LaRoque, former...
Read more at Kinston Free Press
County Republican Party
First Friday of Lent: Restaurants brace for crowds
Seafood restaurants in Baton Rouge expect a major pop in business starting today. Many are wondering if the high price of crawfish will keep some customers away. Traditionally…the Catholic...
Read more at WAFB Baton Rouge
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This week, the following companies announced personnel moves: Cushman & Wakefield, Walton Group, Avison Young, Bell Partners, Cassidy Turley, Mack-Cali, Marcus & Millichap, Transwestern, Cohen...
Read more at CoStar Real Estate News
Far from a still life
Treasure trove: Margaret Olley in her Paddington home. Photo: Ben Rushton Walking into Margaret Olley's home in Paddington was like stepping into one of her still-life paintings. Every surface was...
Read more at Sydney Morning Herald
Tweed Regional Gallery
Margaret Olley Art Centre
Art Gallery of NSW
Coakley hears fishermen's plight
GLOUCESTER — Massachusetts Attorney General Martha Coakley visited the city yesterday, meeting with about 20 local fishermen and fishing advocates on the state’s lawsuit in U.S. District Court against...
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Gloucester Daily Times
Department of Commerce
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Healthy-eating rules are no problem, Pocono schoo...
March 07, 2014 Pocono schools say they cut out junk food a long time ago, so new federal rules allowing schools to advertise only healthy foods should be no problem. Under the rules announced...
Read more at Pocono Record
Shaun Richards top 5,300gns dog finds new home in...
Red Rose handler Shaun Richards was the headline performer at Skipton Auction Mart’s opening 2014 sale of working sheep dogs on Friday, February 28. Mr Richards, of Watson Laithe, Hapton, Burnley, a...
Read more at Farming Life
Crawfish prices higher due to recent cold snaps
Wednesday marked the first day of Lent with Catholics across the world taking part in mass, communion and a cross on their forehead. Some give up meat on Fridays in observance of Lent and rely on...
Read more at WAFB Baton Rouge
Breast cancer doesn't stop Knoxville runner
KNOXVILLE (WATE) - An East Tennessee woman just completed her first 50K - that's just over 31 miles. The real story, though, isn't that she did it. It's why she keeps going. At 50, Debbie Stairs is...
Read more at WATE 6 Knoxville
Auckland Cup Field: Runner Guide
Auckland races Race 9, 5.55pm Barfoot & Thompson Auckland Cup, $500,000, 3200m: 1 2123 Travolta (14) 59 Tnr: Gai Waterhouse:Jockey: Nash Rawiller. Former Kiwi nowadays trained in Sydney by this...
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Thompson Auckland Cup
Agreement reached to bail out Lost Rabbit
CANTON, MS (Mississippi News Now) - After a hard sell by Board Attorney Mike Espy, Madison County Supervisors on Monday passed a measure to create what's called an Urban Renewal District, or URD, to...
Read more at WLBT 3 Jackson
Bus chief disgusted at 14-week Carlisle road clos...
Published at 11:30, Monday, 03 March 2014 A BUS firm boss says it’s disgusting that roads chiefs have approved a potential 14-week closure along part of a key route into Carlisle. The shutdown on...
Read more at The News and Star
Cumbria County Council
Co-op bookstore celebrates grand opening of branc...
More than 200 people the grand opening for the new University of Connecticut Co-op at Storrs Center and the neighboring Ballard Institute and Museum of Puppetry on Saturday. After moving from the...
Read more at The Daily Campus
Widespread Panic taking it outside June 21 at Som...
and the rest of Widespread Panic played the 10,000 Lakes Fest in 2005 and will finally play another festival-style gig nearer to the Twin Cities on June 21 at Somerset Amphitheater. / Star...
Read more at Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune
Streaking Busters look for another road win
By J. LEVI BURNFIN firstname.lastname@example.org Despite winning three straight games to finish the regular season, the Garden City Community College Broncbusters, who finished 22-8 overall and 8-6 in the...
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