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Nottingham Post
Late chemists in Nottingham, Tuesday, September 1st, 2015Aspley: Queen's Pharmacy Centre, 403 Nuthall Road, 7am-11pm. Beeston and Lento
Late chemists in Nottingham, Tuesday, September 1st, 2015
Nottingham Post / Posted 31 minutes ago
Aspley: Queen's Pharmacy Centre, 403 Nuthall Road, 7am-11pm. Beeston and Lenton Abbey: Grewal Chemist, 38-40 Chilwell Road, to 7pm; Jardines Pharmacy, Sainsbury's Complex, Beeston, to 6.45pm; Manor Pharmacy, 24 Chilwell Road, to 7pm. Bilborough:... Read more
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WTAE-TV Pittsburgh
International Overdose Awareness Day recognized in PittsburghThe annual International Overdose Awareness Day was marked on Monday -- but the
International Overdose Awareness Day recognized in Pittsburgh
WTAE-TV Pittsburgh / Posted 15 hours ago
The annual International Overdose Awareness Day was marked on Monday -- but the global event was a local and personal one for those working to end the addiction epidemic in the Pittsburgh area. "At the height of my addiction, I was helpless,... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Nottingham Post Environmental Awards: How fresh air helps mental health patients in recoveryFresh air can sometimes be undervalued – but at a centre for patients with ment
Nottingham Post Environmental Awards: How fresh air helps mental health patients in recovery
Nottingham Post / Posted 17 hours ago
Fresh air can sometimes be undervalued – but at a centre for patients with mental illnesses, it is regarded as crucial to aiding their recovery. Staff at Wells Road Centre, in Mapperley, transformed disused land with overgrown plants into a... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Revealed - How Banks, Govt Officials Aided Marketers to Loot Subsidy BillionsImpunity twerked naked at the market square. It is still not done twerking.Thou
Revealed - How Banks, Govt Officials Aided Marketers to Loot Subsidy Billions
AllAfrica.com / Posted 22 hours ago
Impunity twerked naked at the market square. It is still not done twerking.Thousands of forged documents , outlandish fairy tales, pervasive conscience searing mendacity . The whole of an annual federal capital budget plundered by a few. Noises were... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Scales of Justice: 16 cases heard at Banbury Magistrates CourtTrevor Cooknell, 48, of Chelmscote Row, Wardington, admitted drink-driving in T
Scales of Justice: 16 cases heard at Banbury Magistrates Court
Oxford Mail / Posted yesterday
Trevor Cooknell, 48, of Chelmscote Row, Wardington, admitted drink-driving in The Greensward, Wardington, on July 26. Had 92 micrograms of alcohol in 100ml of breath, above the legal limit of 35 micrograms. Fined £185 and ordered to pay a £20... Read more
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Express and Star
Smokers told to pay £1,300 for throwing cigarette butts on ground « Express & StarThe three women and a man were initially given on-the-spot £75 fines after bein
Smokers told to pay £1,300 for throwing cigarette butts on ground « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted yesterday
The three women and a man were initially given on-the-spot £75 fines after being spotted by council officers discarding cigarette ends in Stafford town centre. But they were hit with heavier penalties after none of them paid up and the cases were... Read more
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TribLIVE
W.Pa. to observe International Overdose Awareness DayThe bell atop Trinity Cathedral, Downtown, will ring 31 times Monday — once for
W.Pa. to observe International Overdose Awareness Day
TribLIVE / Posted yesterday
The bell atop Trinity Cathedral, Downtown, will ring 31 times Monday — once for every 10 people in Allegheny County who died last year from drugs. The Episcopal Diocese of Pittsburgh will host a prayer service at noon as part of International... Read more
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Reuters
Finns protest at asylum seeker center in Nokia home townPeople stand near the gate of the Nokia factory in Salo, January 17, 2013. SAL
Finns protest at asylum seeker center in Nokia home town
Reuters / Posted yesterday
People stand near the gate of the Nokia factory in Salo, January 17, 2013. SALO, Finland About 200 Finns protested on Sunday against opening a refugee reception center in the former home town of Nokia as the recession-hit country struggles to handle... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Protests erupt over new asylum seeker center in FinlandSALO, Finland — About 200 Finns protested Sunday against opening a refugee rece
Protests erupt over new asylum seeker center in Finland
Bangor Daily News / Posted yesterday
SALO, Finland — About 200 Finns protested Sunday against opening a refugee reception center in the former home town of Nokia as the recession-hit country struggles to handle an influx of asylum seekers. The demonstrators in the market square of Salo... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Finns protest at asylum seeker centre in Nokia home townSALO, Finland: About 200 Finns protested on Sunday against opening a refugee re
Finns protest at asylum seeker centre in Nokia home town
Channel NewsAsia / Posted yesterday
SALO, Finland: About 200 Finns protested on Sunday against opening a refugee reception centre in the former home town of Nokia as the recession-hit country struggles to handle an influx of asylum seekers. The demonstrators in the market square of... Read more
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The Star
Finns protest at asylum seeker centre in Nokia home townSALO, Finland (Reuters) - About 200 Finns protested on Sunday against opening a
Finns protest at asylum seeker centre in Nokia home town
The Star / Posted yesterday
SALO, Finland (Reuters) - About 200 Finns protested on Sunday against opening a refugee reception centre in the former home town of Nokia as the recession-hit country struggles to handle an influx of asylum seekers. The demonstrators in the market... Read more
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chroniclelive
County Durham landmark clock tower to be recreated in cardboardA towering North landmark will be recreated - out of cardboard. Internationall
County Durham landmark clock tower to be recreated in cardboard
chroniclelive / Posted 2 days ago
A towering North landmark will be recreated - out of cardboard. Internationally-renowned French artist Olivier Grossetête will create a five-storey version of the railway station clock tower in Darlington’s Market Square. Grossetête, along with 120... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Nottingham shines under fresh lease of weekend life - as new trams sweep in and out of cityTHE city was buzzing under a fresh lease of life today – as dozens of new trams
Nottingham shines under fresh lease of weekend life - as new trams sweep in and out of city
Nottingham Post / Posted 2 days ago
THE city was buzzing under a fresh lease of life today – as dozens of new trams swept in and out of Nottingham. Happy punters gave the service a united thumbs up as they enjoyed quicker trips to work, comfortable journeys to city shops and family... Read more
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SouthwesternOntario.ca
Pedestrian crossing recommended for budget considerationJeff Heuchert editor@stratfordgazette.com A pair of controlled crossings have
Pedestrian crossing recommended for budget consideration
SouthwesternOntario.ca / Posted 2 days ago
Jeff Heuchert editor@stratfordgazette.com A pair of controlled crossings have been identified to improve pedestrian safety in Stratford’s downtown. But only one of the proposed locations – Downie Street near George – will be considered during the... Read more
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The Trinidad Guardian
UNC/PNM fight for Point meeting spaceThe United National Congress (UNC) is claiming political victimisation from the
UNC/PNM fight for Point meeting space
The Trinidad Guardian / Posted 3 days ago
The United National Congress (UNC) is claiming political victimisation from the Point Fortin Borough Corporation, saying it has prevented their candidate from using two public spaces for meetings. Attorney Alvin Pariagsingh, acting on behalf of the... Read more
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WCTV Tallahassee
Katrina Evacuees Who Now Call Tallahassee HomeBy: Julie MontanaroAugust 28, 2015 TALLAHASSEE -- This weekend marks the tenth
Katrina Evacuees Who Now Call Tallahassee Home
WCTV Tallahassee / Posted 3 days ago
By: Julie MontanaroAugust 28, 2015 TALLAHASSEE -- This weekend marks the tenth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, which stormed ashore near New Orleans. It killed nearly 2,000 people and displaced more than a million more. Thousands of evacuees... Read more
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The Malaysian Insider
Facebook must obey German law even if free speech curtailed Published: 29 August 2015 12:20 AM Facebook will have to abide by German law
Facebook must obey German law even if free speech curtailed
The Malaysian Insider / Posted 3 days ago
Published: 29 August 2015 12:20 AM Facebook will have to abide by German laws banning racist sentiment even if it might be allowed in the United States under freedom of speech, says German... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
INTERVIEW - Facebook must obey German law even if free speech curtailed -ministerBERLIN: Facebook will have to abide by German laws banning racist sentiment eve
INTERVIEW - Facebook must obey German law even if free speech curtailed -minister
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 3 days ago
BERLIN: Facebook will have to abide by German laws banning racist sentiment even if it might be allowed in the United States under freedom of speech, Justice Minister Heiko Maas said in an interview with Reuters. Maas, who has accused Facebook of... Read more
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Reuters UK Edition
Facebook must obey German law even if free speech curtailedA Facebook logo reflected in the eye of a woman is seen in this picture illustr
Facebook must obey German law even if free speech curtailed
Reuters UK Edition / Posted 3 days ago
A Facebook logo reflected in the eye of a woman is seen in this picture illustration taken in Skopje November 6, 2014. BERLIN Facebook will have to abide by German laws banning racist sentiment even if it might be allowed in the United States under... Read more
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Reuters
Facebook must obey German law even if free speech curtailed: ministerA Facebook logo reflected in the eye of a woman is seen in this picture illustr
Facebook must obey German law even if free speech curtailed: minister
Reuters / Posted 3 days ago
A Facebook logo reflected in the eye of a woman is seen in this picture illustration taken in Skopje November 6, 2014. BERLIN Facebook will have to abide by German laws banning racist sentiment even if it might be allowed in the United States under... Read more
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Northern Echo
Five-storey high cardboard box tower to be erected in Darlington Market SquareIt will then be erected in Darlington’s Market Square from 10am on Friday Septe
Five-storey high cardboard box tower to be erected in Darlington Market Square
Northern Echo / Posted 3 days ago
It will then be erected in Darlington’s Market Square from 10am on Friday September 25, with the completed tower due to be unveiled at 5pm – the evening before the Festival of Thrift starts on Saturday. The artwork links in with the Festival of... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Nottingham Jazz Diary with Jeanie Barton, August 28 -September 3Your Bank Holiday weekend begins this Friday August 28 with good food and fun f
Nottingham Jazz Diary with Jeanie Barton, August 28 -September 3
Nottingham Post / Posted 4 days ago
Your Bank Holiday weekend begins this Friday August 28 with good food and fun fifties jazz, presented at Stray's Tapas and Jazz night in Newark this week by pianist Dickie Baker, whose laid back style perfectly partners trumpet star Nathan Bray's... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
NWA RecordsBenton County Sheriff's Office • Crystal Carmen Allen, 30, of 20223 Keck Road
NWA Records
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 4 days ago
Benton County Sheriff's Office • Crystal Carmen Allen, 30, of 20223 Keck Road in Siloam Springs was arrested Thursday in connection with two counts of felony failure to appear. Allen was being held Thursday in the Benton County Jail with no bond... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Late chemists in Nottingham, Friday, August 28th 2015Arnold: M. N. Singh, High Street, to 6.30pm; Sainsbury's, Nottingham Road, to 1
Late chemists in Nottingham, Friday, August 28th 2015
Nottingham Post / Posted 4 days ago
Arnold: M. N. Singh, High Street, to 6.30pm; Sainsbury's, Nottingham Road, to 10pm; Asda, Front Street, 7am to 11pm. Aspley: Queen's Pharmacy Centre, Nuthall Road, 7am to 11pm. Beeston and Lenton Abbey: Grewal, Chilwell Road, to 7pm; Jardines,... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Nottingham Post Environmental Awards: CityThey have been in more photographs they can care to remember as "selfie" backdr
Nottingham Post Environmental Awards: City
Nottingham Post / Posted 4 days ago
They have been in more photographs they can care to remember as "selfie" backdrops – and now Nottingham's "sweepers" have been recognised again. The artificial topiary-like sculptures, in Old Market Square, are part of the entry by the Nottingham... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
COUNCIL NOTEBOOK: Patio, trees, homesStreet eats OK’d for Gord’s A downtown restaurant will be allowed to close dow
COUNCIL NOTEBOOK: Patio, trees, homes
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 4 days ago
Street eats OK’d for Gord’s A downtown restaurant will be allowed to close down part of James Street for two days for a patio during Grape and Wine Festival. Gord’s Place was given the OK for a temporary road closure on Sept. 25 and 26 by city... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
COUNCIL NOTEBOOK: Patio, trees, homesStreet eats OK’d for Gord’s A downtown restaurant will be allowed to close dow
COUNCIL NOTEBOOK: Patio, trees, homes
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 4 days ago
Street eats OK’d for Gord’s A downtown restaurant will be allowed to close down part of James Street for two days for a patio during Grape and Wine Festival. Gord’s Place was given the OK for a temporary road closure on Sept. 25 and 26 by city... Read more
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guardian-series
Man raises £600 for Henry Hicks Foundation with bungee jumpA man has raised more than £600 in memory of a teenager who was killed after cr
Man raises £600 for Henry Hicks Foundation with bungee jump
guardian-series / Posted 4 days ago
A man has raised more than £600 in memory of a teenager who was killed after crashing his moped while being chased by two unmarked police cars. Shane Yerrell, 31, of Cullings Court in Waltham Abbey, set himself the bungee jumping fundraising... Read more
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International Business Times
August bank holiday 2015: Guide to events, festivals and things to do around the UK The UK is counting down the hours until the August bank holiday (in England and
August bank holiday 2015: Guide to events, festivals and things to do around the UK
International Business Times / Posted 4 days ago
The UK is counting down the hours until the August bank holiday (in England and Wales) in hope of some brighter weather and a wonderful three-day weekend. From carnivals to music festivals and foodie markets, here are some of the best ways to make... Read more
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Whitehaven News
Friends reunited – Pam and Anne connect on FacebookTHE power of social media united two long-lost transatlantic friends who had be
Friends reunited – Pam and Anne connect on Facebook
Whitehaven News / Posted 4 days ago
THE power of social media united two long-lost transatlantic friends who had been separated for 45 years. Pam Black, 72, left Cleator Moor 45 years ago, moving to Windsor, Ontario in Canada, which is on the US border next to Detroit. In 1960, as a... Read more
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Express and Star
Wolverhampton market revamp edging nearer « Express & StarThe indoor market is set to be demolished and its stalls moved to the outdoor s
Wolverhampton market revamp edging nearer « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted 5 days ago
The indoor market is set to be demolished and its stalls moved to the outdoor site in Market Square, with the idea of trading out of stylish modern cabins, similar to those found in Camden or Shepherd's Bush. But the new market would have a maximum... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Late chemists in Nottingham, Thursday, August 27th 2015Arnold: MN Singh, 77 High Street, to 6.30pm; Sainsbury's Pharmacy, Nottingham R
Late chemists in Nottingham, Thursday, August 27th 2015
Nottingham Post / Posted 5 days ago
Arnold: MN Singh, 77 High Street, to 6.30pm; Sainsbury's Pharmacy, Nottingham Road, to 10pm; Asda Pharmacy, 111-127 Front Street, 7am-11pm. Aspley: Queen's Pharmacy Centre, 403 Nuthall Road, 7am-11pm. Beeston and Lenton Abbey: Grewal Chemist, 38-40... Read more
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The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
National Historic Registry marker coming to Original LeagueThe field, known as Little League Baseball's initial home, played host to the f
National Historic Registry marker coming to Original League
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette / Posted 5 days ago
The field, known as Little League Baseball's initial home, played host to the first 12 Little League Baseball World Series, starting in 1947. In addition, the Lycoming County Visitors Bureau will unveil a pitcher statue tying the location of the... Read more
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TribLIVE
Snacks N’At: Market St. Grocery, Market SquareMarket St. Grocery in Market Square is “country market meets urban cool,” minus
Snacks N’At: Market St. Grocery, Market Square
TribLIVE / Posted 5 days ago
Market St. Grocery in Market Square is “country market meets urban cool,” minus any of the pretentiousness that one might expect from a place where Drunken Goat Cheese ($15.99) lives harmoniously with lusciously ripened fresh heirloom tomatoes ($4.49... Read more
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TribLIVE
Neighborhood Week sends Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra out into communityThese concerts will wrap up the Summer with the Symphony offerings. Symphony m
Neighborhood Week sends Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra out into community
TribLIVE / Posted 5 days ago
These concerts will wrap up the Summer with the Symphony offerings. Symphony musicians will play orchestral and chamber music in repertoire ranging from baroque favorites to tango and jazz. Lawrence Loh will conduct as needed. Concerto solos will be... Read more
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The Coast
Halifax’s market abilityFarmers' markets have been a part of the patchwork of Halifax's business and so
Halifax’s market ability
The Coast / Posted 5 days ago
Farmers' markets have been a part of the patchwork of Halifax's business and social communities since 1750. To put that in historical perspective, Halifax was founded in 1749. The first market was on Bedford Row, between Upper Water and George... Read more
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The Standard
Light styleThursday, August 27, 2015The third phase of the Rathbone Market regeneration sc
Light style
The Standard / Posted 5 days ago
Thursday, August 27, 2015The third phase of the Rathbone Market regeneration scheme in London, called Lumire, will join the nearby award- winning Vermillion and Aurelia buildings at the end of next year.Developed by English Cities Fund, the striking... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
BRAKERS gets greenlightWith radios more powerful and drivers driving more distracted than ever before,
BRAKERS gets greenlight
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted 5 days ago
With radios more powerful and drivers driving more distracted than ever before, emergency vehicle sirens are becoming “basically useless” to alerting drivers. That’s what led city man Tim Newman to develop BRAKERS Early Systems Warning which... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Manchester United in Bruges: Curt Crerand, scaling the belfry and raucous RedsSince this paper generously sent a double act to Bruges, there was an easy comp
Manchester United in Bruges: Curt Crerand, scaling the belfry and raucous Reds
Manchester Evening News / Posted 5 days ago
Since this paper generously sent a double act to Bruges, there was an easy comparison to make. My colleague, who had visited the city before, had not seen Martin McDonagh's darkly comic In Bruges and, since the age difference meant he was the elder... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Nottingham's top 10 burger restaurantsNottingham is famous for its wide variety of restaurants with something to suit
Nottingham's top 10 burger restaurants
Nottingham Post / Posted 5 days ago
Nottingham is famous for its wide variety of restaurants with something to suit every taste across the city. One particular cuisine that leaves diners with a big decision to make is burgers and to commemorate National Burger Day on Thursday, we've... Read more
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Nottingham Post
The Nottingham tram in pubs: Where to get food and a pint along the routeThe new tram network offers diners and drinkers a fast and safe route into the
The Nottingham tram in pubs: Where to get food and a pint along the route
Nottingham Post / Posted 5 days ago
The new tram network offers diners and drinkers a fast and safe route into the hostelries of Nottingham's suburbs. With food and a pint in mind, Jeremy Lewis takes a tour... NET Line 1 was promoted as a fast and safe route into the bars of... Read more
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Hunts Post
Police and crime commissioner takes to Huntingdon High Street Cambridgeshire police and crime commissioner Sir Graham Bright talking to Hun
Police and crime commissioner takes to Huntingdon High Street
Hunts Post / Posted 5 days ago
Cambridgeshire police and crime commissioner Sir Graham Bright talking to Huntingdon town centre user Sarah Pursall Huntingdon residents shared their views and experiences with the... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Late chemists in Nottingham, Wednesday, August 26thArnold: MN Singh, 77 High Street, to 6.30pm; Sainsbury's Pharmacy, Nottingham R
Late chemists in Nottingham, Wednesday, August 26th
Nottingham Post / Posted 6 days ago
Arnold: MN Singh, 77 High Street, to 6.30pm; Sainsbury's Pharmacy, Nottingham Road, to 10pm; Asda Pharmacy, 111-127 Front Street, 7am to 11pm. Aspley: Queen's Pharmacy Centre, 403 Nuthall Road, 7am to 11pm. Beeston and Lenton Abbey: Grewal Chemist,... Read more
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TribLIVE
Whitehall man plans rally to raise awareness of addiction, overdosesAmber Mersing was a fun and loving person who protected those to whom she was c
Whitehall man plans rally to raise awareness of addiction, overdoses
TribLIVE / Posted 6 days ago
Amber Mersing was a fun and loving person who protected those to whom she was closest. “She was very much a free spirit. She liked to dance,” her uncle, Lou Rainaldi, 45, of Whitehall, said about his goddaughter, who was like a child to him. “She... Read more
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Lake County Journal
Things to do in Lake County: Aug. 28 - Sept. 16CONCERT IN THE PARK 6:30 p.m. Sept. 4, Community Park, 42 Park View Lane, Hawt
Things to do in Lake County: Aug. 28 - Sept. 16
Lake County Journal / Posted 6 days ago
CONCERT IN THE PARK 6:30 p.m. Sept. 4, Community Park, 42 Park View Lane, Hawthorn Woods. Enjoy a sweet summer night with good friends and great music. Food vendors are on-site for every concert. This concert will feature classic rock from K.... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Stockport Old Town Fringe Festival returns for the bank holiday weekendLast year’s festival, sponsored by Orbit Developments, attracted thousands of n
Stockport Old Town Fringe Festival returns for the bank holiday weekend
Manchester Evening News / Posted 6 days ago
Last year’s festival, sponsored by Orbit Developments, attracted thousands of new visitors resulting in the busiest shopping days of the year for the market traders and independent shops. This year’s event – from Friday to Sunday, August 28-30 –... Read more
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chad
Musical treats galore as the Southwell Music Festival returns Southwell is preparing to receive around 80 of the UK’s best professional cla
Musical treats galore as the Southwell Music Festival returns
chad / Posted 7 days ago
Southwell is preparing to receive around 80 of the UK’s best professional classical musicians to sing and play in the second Southwell Music Festival across the August Bank Holiday... Read more
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West Cumberland Times & Star
Keswick to welcome charity war heroesPeople in Keswick are being urged to welcome six wounded war veterans next week
Keswick to welcome charity war heroes
West Cumberland Times & Star / Posted 7 days ago
People in Keswick are being urged to welcome six wounded war veterans next week as they undertake a 1,000-mile walk around Britain. The Walking With The Wounded team is due to visit the town on September 14 from 3.30pm after climbing Scafell... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Wetherspoons pub Sir Joseph Else on Old Market Square evacuatedDrinkers and staff were evacuated after fire alarms activated near a city centr
Wetherspoons pub Sir Joseph Else on Old Market Square evacuated
Nottingham Post / Posted 7 days ago
Drinkers and staff were evacuated after fire alarms activated near a city centre pub. About 20 people had to leave the Joseph Else pub, off Old Market Square at around 9.10am and customers were turned away. It came after a fire alarm in the empty... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Nottingham tram: Cheers as first service leaves Toton LanePassengers applauded as the first tram set off on the new line from Toton Lane,
Nottingham tram: Cheers as first service leaves Toton Lane
Nottingham Post / Posted 7 days ago
Passengers applauded as the first tram set off on the new line from Toton Lane, bringing Nottingham into the "Premier League". With a tannoy announcement at 6am on Tuesday, of "ladies and gentlemen we are about to depart" and a countdown from eight,... Read more
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