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The Fremont Argus
Calendar for Aug. 28 Fremont BulletinAn exhibit of photographs by Naomi Vanderkindren, "Paramnesia" is scheduled fro
Calendar for Aug. 28 Fremont Bulletin
The Fremont Argus / Posted 13 hours ago
An exhibit of photographs by Naomi Vanderkindren, "Paramnesia" is scheduled from today (Aug. 28) to Monday, Sept. 28 in Louie-Meager Art Gallery at Ohlone College's Smith Center, 43600 Mission Blvd., in Fremont. The series presents photos using 19th... Read more
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Jacksonville Daily Record
New program brings 60,000 library patronsThursday, August 27, 11:39 AM EDT Through a partnership between Duval County P
New program brings 60,000 library patrons
Jacksonville Daily Record / Posted 14 hours ago
Thursday, August 27, 11:39 AM EDT Through a partnership between Duval County Public Schools and the Jacksonville Public Library, every student enrolled in grades K-5 will be authorized to check out books and other materials at the Main Library and... Read more
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Ventura County Reporter
Ventura County Reporter - Picks of the Week - HappeningsMEET THE ARTIST LAUREL HUGGINS 6-9 p.m. Artist Laurel Huggins will speak on her
Ventura County Reporter - Picks of the Week - Happenings
Ventura County Reporter / Posted 22 hours ago
MEET THE ARTIST LAUREL HUGGINS 6-9 p.m. Artist Laurel Huggins will speak on her art and recovery after brain surgery that forced her to relearn his techniques. Bank of Books, 748 E. Main St., Ventura. For more information, call 643-3154. ~ SATURDAY... Read more
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The Daily Voice - Greenwich
Greenwich Library Hosts Geocaching WorkshopGREENWICH, Conn. -- On Monday, Sept. 14 from 3 to 4 p.m., Greenwich Library sta
Greenwich Library Hosts Geocaching Workshop
The Daily Voice - Greenwich / Posted yesterday
GREENWICH, Conn. -- On Monday, Sept. 14 from 3 to 4 p.m., Greenwich Library staff will introduce patrons to the wildly popular new pastime, Geocaching. The program is open to all at no charge and will be held in the Technology Training Center.... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
Alameda calendar: Meet, talk with area's Assemblymember BontaSummer Beats. The summer concert series at Center Court concludes with a perfor
Alameda calendar: Meet, talk with area's Assemblymember Bonta
Oakland Tribune / Posted yesterday
Summer Beats. The summer concert series at Center Court concludes with a performance by The California Beach Boys. 5 to 7 p.m. Aug. 29. South Shore Center, Park Street and Otis Drive, Alameda. Free. 510-521-8100,... Read more
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Northwest Herald
Algonquin's Fox Tales Storytelling Festival draws nationally renowned performersIn its third year, the Aug. 30 event continues to grow as organizers aim to fil
Algonquin's Fox Tales Storytelling Festival draws nationally renowned performers
Northwest Herald / Posted yesterday
In its third year, the Aug. 30 event continues to grow as organizers aim to fill what they see as a gap in McHenry County, which once housed an Illinois Storytelling Festival and a Trail of History living history reenactment. Both events no longer... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
Stamford Community BriefsTo submit an item to Community Briefs, email localnews@scni.com with “Community
Stamford Community Briefs
Stamford Advocate / Posted yesterday
To submit an item to Community Briefs, email localnews@scni.com with “Community Brief” in the subject line, or call (203) 964-2258. More showings of Stamford documentary Due to continued interest and enthusiasm from the Stamford community, The... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Main Library closes for 450th and moreFIRST COASTFDOT public hearing for changes on Kings Road Florida Department of
Main Library closes for 450th and more
The Florida Times-Union / Posted yesterday
FIRST COASTFDOT public hearing for changes on Kings Road Florida Department of Transportation hosts a public hearing to discuss changes to Kings Road during an upcoming resurfacing project 4:30-6:30 p.m. Thursday in the Adams-Jenkins Sports and... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
First Coast HappeningsWEDNESDAY Clay County Senior Expo, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., Thrasher-Horne Center for th
First Coast Happenings
The Florida Times-Union / Posted yesterday
WEDNESDAY Clay County Senior Expo, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., Thrasher-Horne Center for the Arts, St. Johns River Community College, 283 College Drive, Orange Park. Includes an entertainment and information stage, music, health screenings and more than 70... Read more
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Jacksonville Daily Record
Cathedral Arts Project connects students with culture, improves basic live skillsWorkspace: Wednesday, August 26, 12:24 PM EDT Instead, it�s about music, dan
Cathedral Arts Project connects students with culture, improves basic live skills
Jacksonville Daily Record / Posted yesterday
Workspace: Wednesday, August 26, 12:24 PM EDT Instead, it�s about music, dance, theater and visual art. Cathedral Arts Project began in 1993 when a small group of... Read more
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Memphis Commercial Appeal
YOUTH/EDUCATION: Memphis mayoral candidates on city's impact on young peopleQuestion: Though the city is out of the schools business, city government has a
YOUTH/EDUCATION: Memphis mayoral candidates on city's impact on young people
Memphis Commercial Appeal / Posted yesterday
Question: Though the city is out of the schools business, city government has a role in the lives of its younger citizens. What would you do to enhance the lives of young people? Leo Awgowhat: Teach children to Just say “no” to drugs ... Smoke... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
First Coast HappeningsWEDNESDAY Clay County Senior Expo, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., Thrasher-Horne Center for th
First Coast Happenings
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 2 days ago
WEDNESDAY Clay County Senior Expo, 9 a.m.-2 p.m., Thrasher-Horne Center for the Arts, St. Johns River Community College, 283 College Drive, Orange Park. Includes an entertainment and information stage, music, health screenings and more than 70... Read more
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Tribune Chronicle
Seeing EyeOHWOW ON WEDNESDAY: The OhWOW! Gloria and Rodger Jones Science Center, 11 W. Fe
Seeing Eye
Tribune Chronicle / Posted 3 days ago
OHWOW ON WEDNESDAY: The OhWOW! Gloria and Rodger Jones Science Center, 11 W. Federal St., Youngstown, will hold Wednesdays at OhWOW 4 to 5:30 p.m. every Wednesday as participants explore new events each week. Free with museum admission. The second... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
First Coast HappeningsTUESDAY JTA Design Charrette, through Friday, Gateway Town Center, 5100-15 Nor
First Coast Happenings
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 3 days ago
TUESDAY JTA Design Charrette, through Friday, Gateway Town Center, 5100-15 Norwood Ave. (904) 630-3153 or jtafla.com. ■ Tuesday-Thursday — Open design session, 9 a.m.-6 p.m. ■ Wednesday — Open House, 4-6 p.m. ■ Friday — Work in-progress... Read more
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WREX-TV Rockford
VIDEODow Jones industrial average plunges 1,000 points minutes after openingDow Jone
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WREX-TV Rockford / Posted 3 days ago
Dow Jones industrial average plunges 1,000 points minutes after openingDow Jones industrial average plunges 1,000 points minutes after opening NBC reports that within minutes of being open, the Dow Jones industrial average plunged 1,000 points. More... Read more
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Independent
Isis in Palmyra: After destruction of the temple of Baalshamin, what is left of the ancient city?When exactly the Baalshamin Temple was destroyed remains under contention. But
Isis in Palmyra: After destruction of the temple of Baalshamin, what is left of the ancient city?
Independent / Posted 3 days ago
When exactly the Baalshamin Temple was destroyed remains under contention. But activists agree that Isis militants placed explosives around its base and detonated them, creating a blast so large that it also damaged a number of surrounding Roman... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
NLR library system board to interview 7 for director postInterviews with seven people, three with Arkansas connections, will take place
NLR library system board to interview 7 for director post
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 4 days ago
Interviews with seven people, three with Arkansas connections, will take place via Skype this week to narrow the number of candidates to become executive director for the William F. Laman Public Library System in North Little Rock. The Laman Library... Read more
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WREX-TV Rockford
VIDEORockford City Council could ask main library to move, board wants to stay putRo
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WREX-TV Rockford / Posted 4 days ago
Rockford City Council could ask main library to move, board wants to stay putRockford City Council could ask main library to move, board wants to stay put Where should Rockford's main public library go next? That's a question up for discussion in a... Read more
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Express and Star
Walsall Town Hall set for £1m revamp « Express & StarBosses want to overhaul facilities at the site to attract big-name acts, while
Walsall Town Hall set for £1m revamp « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted 4 days ago
Bosses want to overhaul facilities at the site to attract big-name acts, while also using it to host family events. The Leicester Street building opened in 1902 but has been left behind in recent years by venues like the Civic Hall in... Read more
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WREX-TV Rockford
VIDEOLocal Habitat for Humanity dedicating four homes to round out the monthLocal Ha
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WREX-TV Rockford / Posted 4 days ago
Local Habitat for Humanity dedicating four homes to round out the monthLocal Habitat for Humanity dedicating four homes to round out the month Habitat for Humanity is keeping busy these last couple weekends of August, giving four local families... Read more
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The Columbian
Jayne: High pay for college coaches is all about our prioritiesIt is, indeed, a question of priorities. A matter of values. A glimpse into whi
Jayne: High pay for college coaches is all about our priorities
The Columbian / Posted 4 days ago
It is, indeed, a question of priorities. A matter of values. A glimpse into which traits and skills we believe to be important. But while the annual story about the highest-paid state employees in Washington brings about predictable consternation,... Read more
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The Toledo Blade
Library operates as a ‘school outside the school.’Published: Sunday, 8/23/2015 - Updated: 3 minutes ago The library is more th
Library operates as a ‘school outside the school.’
The Toledo Blade / Posted 5 days ago
Published: Sunday, 8/23/2015 - Updated: 3 minutes ago The library is more than a public resource. It is also a young person’s resource, offering an array of tools and support to help students... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Veterans calendarSATURDAY Disabled American Veterans Chapter 1, refreshments 12:15 p.m., meetin
Veterans calendar
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 5 days ago
SATURDAY Disabled American Veterans Chapter 1, refreshments 12:15 p.m., meeting 1 p.m., 1439 Parental Home Road. Office hours available 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Mondays, Thursdays and Friday, 9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Tuesdays, to assist disabled veterans and... Read more
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The Berkeley Daily Planet
Berkeley Library Book Cuts Spark Petition. CategoryUPDATE: Save the BPL Books has started a MoveOn.org petition directed at the Bo
Berkeley Library Book Cuts Spark Petition. Category
The Berkeley Daily Planet / Posted 6 days ago
UPDATE: Save the BPL Books has started a MoveOn.org petition directed at the Board of Library Trustees and the City Council entitled Librarygate: Stop Senseless Destruction of Berkeley Public Library & the Director's Cover-up. The petition asks for... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
Library offers memoir-writing programMemories are a lot like old photographs. They represent important points in our
Library offers memoir-writing program
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 6 days ago
Memories are a lot like old photographs. They represent important points in our lives and without care they can fade and warp and become lost over time. As a mature adult, you have a lifetime of memories worth preserving and sharing. Have you ever... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Success in social media introductory coursesBy amanda tonoli The Austintown librarians expanded their venue of social medi
Success in social media introductory courses
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 6 days ago
By amanda tonoli The Austintown librarians expanded their venue of social media introductory courses by adding Pinterest for Seniors on Aug. 3. Librarian Andrea Robinson taught the class, sharing her personal and professional knowledge about... Read more
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Tribune Chronicle
Walk Howland Nature PreserveBALLOONS AND MAGIC: ''Balloons and Magic'' with Porgie will be held 1 p.m. Satu
Walk Howland Nature Preserve
Tribune Chronicle / Posted 7 days ago
BALLOONS AND MAGIC: ''Balloons and Magic'' with Porgie will be held 1 p.m. Saturday at Warren Trumbull County Public Main Library. Porgie the balloon guy will perform a magic show and make balloon animals. KINSMAN POLICE HOLD FUNDRAISER: Kinsman... Read more
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Tribune Chronicle
Seeing EyeBALLOONS AND MAGIC: ''Balloons and Magic'' with Porgie will be held 1 p.m. Satu
Seeing Eye
Tribune Chronicle / Posted 7 days ago
BALLOONS AND MAGIC: ''Balloons and Magic'' with Porgie will be held 1 p.m. Saturday at Warren Trumbull County Public Main Library. Porgie the balloon guy will perform a magic show and make balloon animals. KINSMAN POLICE HOLD FUNDRAISER: Kinsman... Read more
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The Advocate
Naturalist William Bartram's travels in Louisiana to be commemoratedThe Friends of LSU Hilltop Arboretum in cooperation with the Bartram Trail Conf
Naturalist William Bartram's travels in Louisiana to be commemorated
The Advocate / Posted 7 days ago
The Friends of LSU Hilltop Arboretum in cooperation with the Bartram Trail Conference will commemorate the 240th anniversary of naturalist William Bartram’s visit to Louisiana, starting with an opening reception on Sept. 3 and continuing from Sept.... Read more
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The Fairfield Citizen
‘Model Lotto’ set for Butler’s Fairfield Library fashion showTwo models will be selected from among the entries to walk the runway at the Se
‘Model Lotto’ set for Butler’s Fairfield Library fashion show
The Fairfield Citizen / Posted 7 days ago
Two models will be selected from among the entries to walk the runway at the Sept. 17 fashion benefit where Butler’s fall line will be unveiled. The show will take place in the main library, corner of Old Post and Post roads, with refreshments and... Read more
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Columbia Star
Lexington County Master Gardeners Fall 2015 ScheduleContributed by Lexington County Master Gardner Volunteers • GLAM program ( Gar
Lexington County Master Gardeners Fall 2015 Schedule
Columbia Star / Posted 7 days ago
Contributed by Lexington County Master Gardner Volunteers • GLAM program ( Garden Like a Master) Houseplants for Clean Air will be held August 24, 6 p.m., at Lexington Main Library, 5440 Augusta Road, Lexington. • GLAM program Pests in the Garden... Read more
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Ventura County Reporter
Ventura County Reporter - Picks of the Week - HappeningsVC FUSION VS MEXICO U-17 NATIONAL TEAM 7 p.m. The Ventura County Fusion soccer
Ventura County Reporter - Picks of the Week - Happenings
Ventura County Reporter / Posted 7 days ago
VC FUSION VS MEXICO U-17 NATIONAL TEAM 7 p.m. The Ventura County Fusion soccer club will face off against the Mexico Under-17 national team in this exhibition match. $5-10. Ventura College Sportsplex, 4667 Telegraph Road, Ventura. For more... Read more
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Arkansas Business
Central Arkansas Planners Think I-30 Proposal Costly, InefficientBobby Roberts, executive director of CALS, said he became concerned when he loo
Central Arkansas Planners Think I-30 Proposal Costly, Inefficient
Arkansas Business / Posted 8 days ago
Bobby Roberts, executive director of CALS, said he became concerned when he looked at the plans about four months ago. The Second Street off-ramp is just south of the main library at 100 S. Rock St. “There’s been talk of doing a flyover, where it... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
Tickets available for library concert series Tickets are now available for the Alameda Free Library's 2015 concert series,
Tickets available for library concert series
Oakland Tribune / Posted 8 days ago
Tickets are now available for the Alameda Free Library's 2015 concert series, which kicks off Sept. 26 with Miss Faye Carol and "Jazz Ain't Nothin' But Soul." It will be followed Oct. 24 by the Ed Reed... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
Alameda calendar: Mastick Senior Center to open hold open house, resource fairCasino Night at the Hornet. Spend the evening at the Hornet's Casino Night feat
Alameda calendar: Mastick Senior Center to open hold open house, resource fair
Oakland Tribune / Posted 8 days ago
Casino Night at the Hornet. Spend the evening at the Hornet's Casino Night featuring Casablanca meets Texas Hold'em dance and poker tournament. 7 p.m. to midnight. Aug. 22. USS Hornet, 707 W. Hornet Ave., Alameda. $35 dance. $60 tournament fee.... Read more
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Alaska Public
NPR StoryUp From The Ashes, A Public Library In Sri Lanka Welcomes New Readers Rising t
NPR Story
Alaska Public / Posted 8 days ago
Up From The Ashes, A Public Library In Sri Lanka Welcomes New Readers Rising two stories and capped by three domes, the Jaffna Public Library looks a bit like a stately wedding cake. Gleaming white under the Sri Lanka sun, the building's classical... Read more
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Charleston City Paper
Charleston's neighborhoods, explainedSize-wise, Charleston is a pretty small city, but that doesn't mean it can't ge
Charleston's neighborhoods, explained
Charleston City Paper / Posted 9 days ago
Size-wise, Charleston is a pretty small city, but that doesn't mean it can't get really confusing. Questions like these may have you scratching your heads: Why on earth are there doors leading to open porches? I can live north of what? How many... Read more
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The Berkeley Daily Planet
Guerilla Theater Takes on Weeding of Books and Treatment of Berkeley LibrariansUpwards of 70 people rallied today in front of the entrance to the Main Library
Guerilla Theater Takes on Weeding of Books and Treatment of Berkeley Librarians
The Berkeley Daily Planet / Posted 9 days ago
Upwards of 70 people rallied today in front of the entrance to the Main Library in downtown Berkeley to protest the "weeding" of over 39,000 books, CDs and other items from the library's collection and the treatment of librarians who have raised... Read more
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Northwest Herald
Algonquin Library to host 2nd annual storytelling festivalThe second annual Fox Tales Storytelling Festival will be from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m
Algonquin Library to host 2nd annual storytelling festival
Northwest Herald / Posted 9 days ago
The second annual Fox Tales Storytelling Festival will be from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Aug. 30 at Algonquin's Main Library, 2600 Harnish Drive, Algonquin, according to a release from the Algonquin Area Public Library District. Attendees will hear from... Read more
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Fort Wayne News-Sentinel
Author Jennifer Teege speaks in Fort Wayne of coping with Nazi family historyImagine being a 38-year-old woman with life seemingly in order. You are a wife
Author Jennifer Teege speaks in Fort Wayne of coping with Nazi family history
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel / Posted 9 days ago
Imagine being a 38-year-old woman with life seemingly in order. You are a wife and a mother with a successful career. Then imagine having everything you thought you knew change in an instant. That is the situation Jennifer Teege found herself in... Read more
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Express and Star
Take a look: £1m new Stafford Library is in touch with new technology « Express & StarThe new Stafford Library is taking shape and as these photographs show, cutting
Take a look: £1m new Stafford Library is in touch with new technology « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted 10 days ago
The new Stafford Library is taking shape and as these photographs show, cutting-edge technology will be at the forefront of what is on offer at the venue when it is unveiled in the next few weeks. Sue Ball with a children's touch screen table Gone... Read more
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Arkansas Business
Central Arkansas Planners Think I-30 Proposal Costly, InefficientThe state Highway Department’s $450 million plan to widen Interstate 30, a proj
Central Arkansas Planners Think I-30 Proposal Costly, Inefficient
Arkansas Business / Posted 10 days ago
The state Highway Department’s $450 million plan to widen Interstate 30, a project that includes replacing the Arkansas River Bridge, is generating hand-wringing from area planners. While they acknowledge the need to widen the corridor, they think... Read more
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Fort Wayne News-Sentinel
Author Jennifer Teege copes with Nazi family historyImagine being a 38-year-old woman with life seemingly in order. You are a wife
Author Jennifer Teege copes with Nazi family history
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel / Posted 10 days ago
Imagine being a 38-year-old woman with life seemingly in order. You are a wife and a mother with a successful career. Then imagine having everything you thought you knew change in an instant. That is the situation Jennifer Teege found herself in... Read more
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Charleston City Paper
If it ain't free we don't want itCollege kids head back to school next week (yes, we know, all the young(er) one
If it ain't free we don't want it
Charleston City Paper / Posted 10 days ago
College kids head back to school next week (yes, we know, all the young(er) ones in the tri-county area strapped their packs on today) and in honor of them we have rounded up plenty of free activities for the week. Well, we do this every Monday, but... Read more
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KWWL Iowa
Jesup man wins $1 million prize in PowerballUPDATE: Police: Man admits driving his Camaro into lakeUPDATE: Police: Man admi
Jesup man wins $1 million prize in Powerball
KWWL Iowa / Posted 10 days ago
UPDATE: Police: Man admits driving his Camaro into lakeUPDATE: Police: Man admits driving his Camaro into lake Police say a man who reported his car stolen actually drove it into the lake himself.More >> Police say a man who reported his car stolen... Read more
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KWWL Iowa
Lane closure at Bunker Hill in Dubuque Aug. 19th The eastbound lane of Asbury Road at Bunker Hill to be closed from 8 a.m. to
Lane closure at Bunker Hill in Dubuque Aug. 19th
KWWL Iowa / Posted 10 days ago
The eastbound lane of Asbury Road at Bunker Hill to be closed from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Wednesday August 19th.More >> The eastbound lane of Asbury Road at... Read more
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The Daily Comet
Construction on 2 new Terrebonne libraries in works for coming yearThe Library Board is partnering with the Terrebonne Parish School District to u
Construction on 2 new Terrebonne libraries in works for coming year
The Daily Comet / Posted 10 days ago
The Library Board is partnering with the Terrebonne Parish School District to use up to one acre of school property for the project. Crews recently erected the fences to separate the school district’s property from the library’s and the land has been... Read more
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The Houma Courier
Construction on 2 new Terrebonne libraries in works for coming yearThe Library Board is partnering with the Terrebonne Parish School District to u
Construction on 2 new Terrebonne libraries in works for coming year
The Houma Courier / Posted 10 days ago
The Library Board is partnering with the Terrebonne Parish School District to use up to one acre of school property for the project. Crews recently erected the fences to separate the school district’s property from the library’s and the land has been... Read more
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KCCI 8 Des Moines
Hawk Alert notifies students of suspicious package at U of IowaAround 11:05 a.m., the official University of Iowa Twitter accounted tweeted: "
Hawk Alert notifies students of suspicious package at U of Iowa
KCCI 8 Des Moines / Posted 10 days ago
Around 11:05 a.m., the official University of Iowa Twitter accounted tweeted: "Hawk Alert: Bomb squad investigating suspicious package south of main library, please stay clear. Updates to follow." Multiple police vehicles as well as the Johnson... Read more
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Tribune Chronicle
Something to shout aboutToday there are nearly 500,000 items in the library's collection - and not just
Something to shout about
Tribune Chronicle / Posted 11 days ago
Today there are nearly 500,000 items in the library's collection - and not just books, but CDs, DVDs, audiobooks and other media - throughout six locations in Trumbull County, a bookmobile and a homebound services vehicle. The Warren-Trumbull County... Read more
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