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When Ruthie was born in 1933, the doctor told her mother that she wouldn't live a year because of various problems, including seizures. The best place for her was a state institution, he advised. So,...
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University of Massachusetts Medical School
Bowls: West meets East - and West beats East
West Sussex’s Premier and A teams continued their inter-county championship programmes – and had mixed fortunes. The Premier team visited East Sussex and enjoyed a win, while the A team lost on their...
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Girls tennis: Minor, Stevenson tandem win state t...
The Minor hand-me-downs include good genes. "I found it at home. She just left it," Carmel Catholic senior Brienne Minor said of a headband worn by her older sister Jasmine, who won the state singles...
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Royal St. opens to foot traffic after building co...
For the first time in four days, a French Quarter block was back open Saturday. The 800 block of Royal St. re-opened to foot traffic as crews work to completely demolish an historic building that...
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LaRoque prosecutor to oversee ENC elections for J...
Assistant U.S. Attorney Dennis Duffy, who prosecuted former state Rep. Stephen LaRoque in his first federal loan fraud trial, will oversee elections in Eastern North Carolina for the Justice...
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Vigil will remember victims of domestic violence ...
As Domestic Violence Awareness Month comes to a close, Cherokee County residents will come together this week to remember and honor the victims of domestic violence. The Cherokee Family Violence...
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Greenwich High field hockey team edged by Wilton ...
After earning the No. 8 seed in the FCIAC Tournament by handing the Warriors their first loss of the season on Wednesday, the Cardinals took top-seeded Wilton to double overtime on Saturday. But this...
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Lussi's Hat Trick Not Enough as Harvard Tops Wome...
Entering Saturday's game, Harvard had allowed four or more goals in a game 25 times since its very first varsity match in 1977. It wasn't until Saturday that the Crimson emerged victorious in one of...
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Kids get a real buzz outdoors
Arahoe School students explore the bee garden at the Sustainable Living Centre in New Lynn. Photo /
Liptrot When the sun is shining it's time to get the children outside away from the screen. The...
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Staples field hockey edges Ridgefield
WESTPORT -- After not qualifying for the FCIAC playoffs a year ago, it could be assumed that the Staples field hockey team would be just happy with making the tournament. However with a talented group...
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Ashley Del Vecchio
HP Moonshot server gets Xeon power
ProLiant m710 designed for application delivery and video transcoding Hewlett-Packard engineers have been hard at work this year adding various different CPU options to its Moonshot server range,...
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Pam's Party Line for Oct. 26, 2014
You have to love it when an event goes from great to stupendous in just a year. That’s what happened with STAR’s Hunks in Heels after its debut last year. That and the announcement that Johnny Mathis...
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How Grassroots Marketing Put This Craft Brewery O...
... it ain't fun, I ain't doin' it." That's the business mantra that guided
Gill and Tony Yanow while building their Los Angeles-based craft brewery. In a little more than two years, Golden Road...
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Living With an Ocelot. In a Manhattan Apartment.
What's This?Monte prowls across a bed in the apartment of Si &
Merrill in 1961 Image: Al Fenn/The LIFE Picture Collection/Getty Images Photographer Al Fenn Visited the Manhattan apartment home...
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7 Child Stars Who Ditched Showbiz
Lisa Jakub, who played Robin Williams' older daughter in Mrs. Doubtfire, left the business at age 22 because she had "no desire to be a cautionary tale," she once wrote. "I decided I should leave...
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The Valentine reopens with fresh look at Richmond...
RICHMOND, Va. — A new chapter has begun for a Richmond institution that should have you seeing history in a whole new light . The Valentine, a repository of everything Richmond from Gwar to George...
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IBM abandoning hardware that helped it soar
Computing giant IBM became one of the most iconic companies in the United States largely thanks to its groundbreaking hardware, securing a torrent of patents that spanned the tech world, from big...
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Standout season for Apex Ski Club garners team to...
Winning the K1 (11 to 12-year-olds) and K2 (13 to 15-year-olds) helped Apex Ski Club earn the nod as the top club in the Okanagan Zone at Big White last weekend. The accomplishment, coach Jorgen...
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Zellweger 'new face' highlights Hollywood aging t...
Actress Renee Zellweger arrives at ELLE's 21st Annual Women In Hollywood at Four Seasons Hotel Los Angeles at Beverly Hills on Monday. Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images/Agence France-Presse LOS...
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Final test for Tweed’s Year 12 graduates
THE first week of the HSC is over, but there's no rest for Tweed's Year 12 students. Mount St Patrick College student Monique McLean said she was feeling pretty good about her English exams, which...
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