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Henri Matisse's Nice
A Matisse visit, in short, needs padding. So we’re looking for a mixture, a day-long circuit round Nice which embraces art and non-art. We shall start at the Promenade du Paillon, almost 30 acres of...
Read more at Daily Telegraph
Celebration of community
Carress Mosley wants to promote more positive things in her community. To that end, Mosley organized an Easter event promoting a violence-free community, held Sunday afternoon at the
Read more at The Fort Dodge Messenger
Once ridiculed as a boondoggle, Tidewater is a su...
The old Tidewater Southern Railway corridor slicing through the heart of Manteca for years served as a magnet for the homeless, criminal activity, and those illegally dumping garbage. It was an open...
Read more at The Manteca Bulletin
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Georgetown news in brief
Tax bills due May 1 The fourth quarter real estate and personal property bills are due by May 1. Payments can be made online via the Town of Georgetown website, www.georgetownma.gov, by mail or in...
Read more at The Daily News of Newburyport
TWSnow TransAm Hits Record Number of Stops; Bear ...
Bear Mountain wins 2014 TransAM Premier Resort AwardTWSnow TransAM Hits A Record Number Of Stops Across North America In 2014 With Bear Mountain Reclaiming The TransAM Premier Resort Award Carlsbad,...
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Beverly Hills News – 88-Year Old Florence Rhodes ...
By Victoria Talbot Beverly Hills walking enthusiasts joined Beverly Hills Mayor Lili Bosse today for a 5-mile stroll through Southeast Beverly Hills. Among the walkers was 88-year-old Florence...
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Waverly board discusses park grant
Proposed zoning changes to Broad Street will be forwarded to the Tioga County planning board following a vote Tuesday by the Waverly village board of trustees. Trustees agreed to pass along the...
Read more at The Daily & Sunday Review
Campaign aims to prevent child abuse
Randy Hauser, horticulture supervisor of the Champaign Park District, stretches across a flower bed at
V to plant a pinwheel into the ground at the corner of Prospect Ave. and Church St. in...
Read more at The Champaign News-Gazette
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Ticked off! @dealership, gossip
To the neighbor complaining about kids screaming and laughing in the swimming pool: I don't blame you, I have tried and tried to get my grand kids to tone it down, nothing works, nothing. I am not...
Read more at Orlando Sentinel
Deadline near for women's honor wall names
Winter’s weather hasn’t been kind to the Women’s Honor Court project, but construction finally began last week. Now an April 4 deadline has been set for names to be added to the burgundy granite wall...
Read more at The Gleaner
John James Audubon
Drivers plow through posts at a Newport News park
At 0.23 acres, Huntington Heights Park is about 25 percent smaller than the next smallest city parks, including Oak
, a playground in the city's Southeast Community. But its location at the...
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