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The Hollywood Reporter
How to Get Concierge Medicine in Malibu and the HamptonsCare (170 E. 77th St.; priorityprivatecare.com), a referral-based, members-only
The Hollywood Reporter / Posted an hour ago
Care (170 E. 77th St.; priorityprivatecare.com), a referral-based, members-only urgent care facility located in a discreet building on the Upper East Side, provides immediate and unlimited access to such doctors as ER physician Stephan Lynn — who... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
A.E. Staley's industrial empire celebratedthat became the Chicago Bears. Whitsitt said a group of workers was spotted one
San Antonio Express-News / Posted yesterday
that became the Chicago Bears. Whitsitt said a group of workers was spotted one day sitting on top of one of the factory buildings watching the team practice in their neighboring field. Staley was informed of this and asked what should be done... Read more
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Crain's Detroit Business
GOP strategist buys talk radio stationsemail to Crain's. Yob is CEO of Strategic National Campaign Management, which
Crain's Detroit Business / Posted 2 days ago
email to Crain's. Yob is CEO of Strategic National Campaign Management, which is headquartered in a downtown Grand Rapids building on Monroe Street that shares the same address as Mitten News LLC. Conservative Connector was paid $38 million from... Read more
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Daytona Beach News-Journal
Officials: Security at City Island courthouse fails standards"I do" is interrupted by an inmate shambling by in shackles. "The couple will
Daytona Beach News-Journal / Posted 2 days ago
"I do" is interrupted by an inmate shambling by in shackles. "The couple will look at us like, 'What is going on?' " said Laura Roth, Volusia County clerk of the court. "And we just apologize." Court officials say it's fortunate that worse... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Sunday Lead Letter: Great progress is being made Downtownthat were previously stalled. • $820,000 invested in infrastructure projects (
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 3 days ago
that were previously stalled. • $820,000 invested in infrastructure projects (such as free Wi-Fi, public parking and street lighting improvements). • $1.1 million invested in economic development projects that created 950 new jobs. • $26.6... Read more
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The Champaign News-Gazette
Tom's #Mailbag, July 21, 2017Speaker Michael Madigan, what's killing evergreens, whether something is killin
The Champaign News-Gazette / Posted 3 days ago
Speaker Michael Madigan, what's killing evergreens, whether something is killing hawks, the old Christian Science Church building on campus, the old Steak 'n Shake on Green Street, the really old Mumford House, the site of the old Bradleys, a... Read more
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FOX Carolina
Mother gives birth to baby in Old Navy parking lotDowntown street flooded after water main break Friday morningDowntown street fl
FOX Carolina / Posted 4 days ago
Downtown street flooded after water main break Friday morningDowntown street flooded after water main break Friday morning A water main break at 13th and Convention Plaza Friday morning (Credit: KMOV) A water main break in downtown St. Louis caused... Read more
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Crain's Detroit Business
Michigan GOP political consultant adds radio stations to portfolioradio stations. Yob is CEO of Strategic National Campaign Management, which is
Crain's Detroit Business / Posted 4 days ago
radio stations. Yob is CEO of Strategic National Campaign Management, which is headquartered in a downtown Grand Rapids building on Monroe Street that shares the same address as Mitten News LLC. Yob houses other campaign-related businesses at... Read more
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BBC News
As an open-air heroin camp is closed, options narrowaddicts. Next week the city will begin to clear out the tracks, but where will
BBC News / Posted 4 days ago
addicts. Next week the city will begin to clear out the tracks, but where will the users go? At the top end of Gurney Street in Fairhill, Philadelphia, there's a dirt path that forks through some trees and winds behind an old car repair shop,... Read more
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FOX 13 Utah
Residents rebuilding one year after devastating fire tore through Tooeleleft with only the clothes on their backs. "It was hell," Fuwell said, growing
FOX 13 Utah / Posted 5 days ago
left with only the clothes on their backs. "It was hell," Fuwell said, growing emotional. "I was parked across the street watching my house go up in flames." Almost nothing was salvageable from the homes that burned to the ground. Fuwell... Read more
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BBC News
A glimpse inside the Goldman Sachs nurseryNews Special Reports The Reporters Have Your Say Head into the old Expres
BBC News / Posted 5 days ago
News Special Reports The Reporters Have Your Say Head into the old Express building on London's Fleet Street and you're greeted by wall to wall marble, a bank of receptionists and a water feature. So... Read more
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walesonline
Blaze at former GP surgery 'started deliberately'still on site more than two hours after the first call. Eyewitnesses reported
walesonline / Posted 6 days ago
still on site more than two hours after the first call. Eyewitnesses reported flames and black smoke pouring out of the building.Read More A South Wales Police spokesman said: “South Wales Police is investigating a fire which occurred at the... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Downtown Investment Authority needs more fundinga unique stadium experience, including a long-sought amphitheater. • The city
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 6 days ago
a unique stadium experience, including a long-sought amphitheater. • The city has approved the renovation of the historic Laura Street Trio. • Planned game-changing projects like The District and Shipyards have the potential to transform our... Read more
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IGN
Marvel Comics Solicitations for October 2017artist Joshua Cassara (SECRET EMPIRE: UNDERGROUND) to challenge Sam Wilson as n
IGN / Posted 6 days ago
artist Joshua Cassara (SECRET EMPIRE: UNDERGROUND) to challenge Sam Wilson as never before! From the stratosphere to the streets, the Marvel Universe now has a high-flying hero circling above them ready to strike! PLUS: Includes 3 bonus MARVEL... Read more
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Irish Examiner
12 brilliant reads to pack in your suitcase this summerpeople, who are now recognised as the ‘third gender’ in Indian law) and the fat
Irish Examiner / Posted 6 days ago
people, who are now recognised as the ‘third gender’ in Indian law) and the fate of a baby abandoned on a rubbish-strewn street. Roy’s use of language is beautiful and inventive – she demands your mind and your time, and the rewards are... Read more
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The Chattanoogan
Chester Martin (And Tim McDonald) Remember The St. Elmo GroceryMarket at near Old Mountain Road where Mrs. Mae Thornbury offered groceries and
The Chattanoogan / Posted 7 days ago
Market at near Old Mountain Road where Mrs. Mae Thornbury offered groceries and meats for many years in a white brick building. Over near the old Incline Drug Company, there was Mrs. J.G. Jones Grocery and at one time there was a Home Store... Read more
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WBTV Charlotte
Plan to reuse historic buildings, transform a huge swath north of uptown moves aheadCHARLOTTE, NC (Ely Portillo/The Charlotte Observer) - A plan to reuse and tran
WBTV Charlotte / Posted 7 days ago
CHARLOTTE, NC (Ely Portillo/The Charlotte Observer) - A plan to reuse and transform a huge tract of buildings north of uptown appeared to have the support of most members of Charlotte City Council on Monday night, despite lingering questions about... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
A virtual tour of Niagara Falls through the yearsIn 1841, Monty Crysler built a quaint brick home known as Hunter's Cottage at t
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 7 days ago
In 1841, Monty Crysler built a quaint brick home known as Hunter's Cottage at the corner of Victoria Avenue and Morrison Street. It was demolished in 1928 to make way for an Eaton's store. That building was razed around 1973 to make way for the new... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
A virtual tour of Niagara Falls through the yearsIn 1841, Monty Crysler built a quaint brick home known as Hunter's Cottage at t
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 7 days ago
In 1841, Monty Crysler built a quaint brick home known as Hunter's Cottage at the corner of Victoria Avenue and Morrison Street. It was demolished in 1928 to make way for an Eaton's store. That building was razed around 1973 to make way for the new... Read more
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Welland Tribune
A virtual tour of Niagara Falls through the yearsIn 1841, Monty Crysler built a quaint brick home known as Hunter's Cottage at t
Welland Tribune / Posted 7 days ago
In 1841, Monty Crysler built a quaint brick home known as Hunter's Cottage at the corner of Victoria Avenue and Morrison Street. It was demolished in 1928 to make way for an Eaton's store. That building was razed around 1973 to make way for the new... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Notts new cafe and bistro The Wrinkly Lettuce opens its doorsmade - from the cakes to the full English. After a two-week refurbishment the
Nottingham Post / Posted 7 days ago
made - from the cakes to the full English. After a two-week refurbishment the cafe, which used to be Harrison's, in Main Street, opened its doors to the public today. From 7am, breakfast is served, with locally sourced bacon, free range eggs,... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Scotswoman of Year's art therapy project helping Grenfell victimstrauma at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital. But having seen the devastation ca
EveningTimes Online / Posted 8 days ago
trauma at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital. But having seen the devastation caused by the fire in the London high rise building, Susan was moved to help. The Teapot Trust was set up by Dr Laura Young MBE and her husband Dr John Young after... Read more
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metro
Laura Pidcock on her first month as an MP after that fiery maiden speechpassed since first-time MPs were sworn in following the June election – and som
metro / Posted 9 days ago
passed since first-time MPs were sworn in following the June election – and some have been making more waves than others. Laura Pidcock, who won the North West Durham seat for Labour, caused quite a stir with her maiden speech.Why people in... Read more
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Boston Globe
Archfoe of Bernie Sanders targets senator’s wife, and may gain cloutthat accused her of accepting a “golden parachute” from Burlington College even
Boston Globe / Posted 9 days ago
that accused her of accepting a “golden parachute” from Burlington College even though her husband had criticized Wall Street executives for taking such payouts. A little more than a year later, Toensing filed a complaint with the Vermont US... Read more
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The Ridgecrest Daily Independent
First phase of new China Lake Museum site moves forward with new buildingBY JACK BARNWELL jbarnwell@ridgecrestca.com Laura Hickle opened the door to o
The Ridgecrest Daily Independent / Posted 9 days ago
BY JACK BARNWELL jbarnwell@ridgecrestca.com Laura Hickle opened the door to one of the four prefabricated units sitting on a dirt parcel Friday morning on East Las Flores Ave, triggering the latest in a series of long steps marking the goal of... Read more
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Derbyshire Times
Fury as Chesterfield grinds to a halt following closure of A617 Hasland by-passanger following the closure of the A617 Hasland by-pass this weekend while work
Derbyshire Times / Posted 10 days ago
anger following the closure of the A617 Hasland by-pass this weekend while work is being carried out. Traffic has been building since early this morning and there is now long queues on the Horns Bridge Roundabout. Posting on the Derbyshire... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
Funding boost for youth employment programlife. Now, thanks to a program offered by Goodwill Industries Niagara, the 24-
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 12 days ago
life. Now, thanks to a program offered by Goodwill Industries Niagara, the 24-year-old owns The Spot Bar and Grill on Main Street Port Colborne, employing five people at the growing business. And after his first full year in business, Davis said... Read more
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Welland Tribune
Funding boost for youth employment programlife. Now, thanks to a program offered by Goodwill Industries Niagara, the 24-
Welland Tribune / Posted 12 days ago
life. Now, thanks to a program offered by Goodwill Industries Niagara, the 24-year-old owns The Spot Bar and Grill on Main Street Port Colborne, employing five people at the growing business. And after his first full year in business, Davis said... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Funding boost for youth employment programlife. Now, thanks to a program offered by Goodwill Industries Niagara, the 24-
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 12 days ago
life. Now, thanks to a program offered by Goodwill Industries Niagara, the 24-year-old owns The Spot Bar and Grill on Main Street Port Colborne, employing five people at the growing business. And after his first full year in business, Davis said... Read more
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The Shelby County Reporter
Land transactions for the week of July 12, 2017for $53,000 for property -Donovan Builders LLC to Donovan Grainger for $345,71
The Shelby County Reporter / Posted 12 days ago
for $53,000 for property -Donovan Builders LLC to Donovan Grainger for $345,715 for lot 289 of grey oaks -Lenora Crowe to Laura Turley for $50,000 for property -Vickie Oliver to Vickie Oliver for $104,000 for lot 38 of southlake... Read more
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Q13 FOX Seattle
New police patrols proposed near King County Courthouse after 2 jurors assaulted18,000 people visit the courthouse every year. On Tuesday, a group of jurors, j
Q13 FOX Seattle / Posted 13 days ago
18,000 people visit the courthouse every year. On Tuesday, a group of jurors, judges and police said the chaos outside the building is getting old. “When they come to this courthouse they’re afraid to come in,” said King County Sheriff John... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Downtown Letters: Downtown needs focal pointDIA and Sleiman Enterprises had pretty much agreed to an architectural design t
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 13 days ago
DIA and Sleiman Enterprises had pretty much agreed to an architectural design to rebuild the Landing, opening up to Laura Street with apartments above and a parking component. The residences are a critical part of creating density and... Read more
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Evening Standard
How to reclaim your lunch breakDid you know that your lunch breaks equate to 30 days of extra annual leave? Th
Evening Standard / Posted 14 days ago
Did you know that your lunch breaks equate to 30 days of extra annual leave? That's six working weeks. This is something Laura Archer realised in 2016, when she decided to reclaim her lunch breaks and use them to do all the things she tried to cram... Read more
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The Riverhead News-Review
Georgica Green Ventures seeks 30-year tax abatement from Riverhead IDAwell as funding sources, and pointed to its approved projects around the state
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 14 days ago
well as funding sources, and pointed to its approved projects around the state and other efforts to construct sustainable buildings. “Our request within an IDA is important,” Mr. Gallo said. “Quite frankly, it’s impossible to succeed without... Read more
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Los Angeles Daily News
Investor demand for Southern California apartments contributes to rising rentsapartment complex first sold to new owners in 2016, with rents jumping as much
Los Angeles Daily News / Posted 14 days ago
apartment complex first sold to new owners in 2016, with rents jumping as much as $500 within five months. At the Olive Street Apartments in Anaheim’s Packing District, new owners are requiring month-to-month tenants to sign a one-year lease or... Read more
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San Bernardino Sun
Investor demand for Southern California apartments contributes to rising rentsapartment complex first sold to new owners in 2016, with rents jumping as much
San Bernardino Sun / Posted 14 days ago
apartment complex first sold to new owners in 2016, with rents jumping as much as $500 within five months. At the Olive Street Apartments in Anaheim’s Packing District, new owners are requiring month-to-month tenants to sign a one-year lease or... Read more
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Hartselle Enquirer
Community Calendarpresented by the McWane Center at Decatur Public Library- This free program wil
Hartselle Enquirer / Posted 14 days ago
presented by the McWane Center at Decatur Public Library- This free program will combine science, engineering and building. Everyone is invited. The program will be held at 2 p.m. in the Youth Services Department at Decatur Public Library.... Read more
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Nottingham Post
All change for passengers as Broadmarsh bus station closesdeserted. All buses that went through the bus station now have new stops on ne
Nottingham Post / Posted 15 days ago
deserted. All buses that went through the bus station now have new stops on nearby roads including Friar Lane, Collin Street and Station Street. Gary Fountain, 40, and Sarah Fountain, 35, from Ilkeston, were travelling to Skegness and arrived... Read more
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Summit Daily News
Mountain Town News: What deals will come from Sun Valley gathering?the average nightly rate for a terrace suite at the Sun Valley Lodge, where the
Summit Daily News / Posted 15 days ago
the average nightly rate for a terrace suite at the Sun Valley Lodge, where the conference held, was $529, noted the Wall Street Journal. It also noted that 9 Gulfstream G650 jets were among those parked at the local airport during the 2015 event.... Read more
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The Morning Call
Supermarket reopening after mass shooting, but should it?are divided over whether the store should have been torn down. The family of at
The Morning Call / Posted 15 days ago
are divided over whether the store should have been torn down. The family of at least one victim wants it gone, saying the building holds too many painful memories. Judy Nulton, of Tunkhannock, who was shopping last week at a Walmart down the... Read more
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KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau
Mixed feelings on supermarket reopening after mass shootingare divided over whether the store should have been torn down. The family of at
KFVS 12 Cape Girardeau / Posted 15 days ago
are divided over whether the store should have been torn down. The family of at least one victim wants it gone, saying the building holds too many painful memories. Judy Nulton, of Tunkhannock, who was shopping at a Walmart down the street, said... Read more
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Boston Herald
Mixed feelings on supermarket reopening after mass shootingare divided over whether the store should have been torn down. The family of at
Boston Herald / Posted 16 days ago
are divided over whether the store should have been torn down. The family of at least one victim wants it gone, saying the building holds too many painful memories. Judy Nulton, of Tunkhannock, who was shopping at a Walmart down the street, said... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Hot, Dry Madrid Aims For A Cooler, Greener Futurewall stretching the length of a city block. "I just think it's really cool to
KERA North Texas / Posted 16 days ago
wall stretching the length of a city block. "I just think it's really cool to see all the different vegetation!" says Laura Laskin, a visitor from Philadelphia. "We honestly just ran into it by accident, but it's really cool," chimes in her... Read more
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FOX News
Mixed feelings on supermarket reopening after mass shootingare divided over whether the store should have been torn down. The family of at
FOX News / Posted 16 days ago
are divided over whether the store should have been torn down. The family of at least one victim wants it gone, saying the building holds too many painful memories. Judy Nulton, of Tunkhannock, who was shopping at a Walmart down the street, said... Read more
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WBOC Salisbury
Mixed feelings on supermarket reopening after mass shootingare divided over whether the store should have been torn down. The family of at
WBOC Salisbury / Posted 16 days ago
are divided over whether the store should have been torn down. The family of at least one victim wants it gone, saying the building holds too many painful memories. Judy Nulton, of Tunkhannock, who was shopping at a Walmart down the street, said... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
Mixed feelings on supermarket reopening after mass shootingare divided over whether the store should have been torn down. The family of at
Dayton Daily News / Posted 16 days ago
are divided over whether the store should have been torn down. The family of at least one victim wants it gone, saying the building holds too many painful memories. Judy Nulton, of Tunkhannock, who was shopping at a Walmart down the street, said... Read more
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NBC 2 Fort Myers
Mixed feelings on supermarket reopening after mass shootingare divided over whether the store should have been torn down. The family of at
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted 16 days ago
are divided over whether the store should have been torn down. The family of at least one victim wants it gone, saying the building holds too many painful memories. Judy Nulton, of Tunkhannock, who was shopping at a Walmart down the street, said... Read more
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WFMJ Youngstown
Mixed feelings on supermarket reopening after mass shootingare divided over whether the store should have been torn down. The family of at
WFMJ Youngstown / Posted 16 days ago
are divided over whether the store should have been torn down. The family of at least one victim wants it gone, saying the building holds too many painful memories. Judy Nulton, of Tunkhannock, who was shopping at a Walmart down the street, said... Read more
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WLOX-TV Biloxi
Mixed feelings on supermarket reopening after mass shootingare divided over whether the store should have been torn down. The family of at
WLOX-TV Biloxi / Posted 16 days ago
are divided over whether the store should have been torn down. The family of at least one victim wants it gone, saying the building holds too many painful memories. Judy Nulton, of Tunkhannock, who was shopping at a Walmart down the street, said... Read more
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KHQ Spokane
Mixed feelings on supermarket reopening after mass shootingare divided over whether the store should have been torn down. The family of at
KHQ Spokane / Posted 16 days ago
are divided over whether the store should have been torn down. The family of at least one victim wants it gone, saying the building holds too many painful memories. Judy Nulton, of Tunkhannock, who was shopping at a Walmart down the street, said... Read more
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