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Who demolished the historic Miners Rest stables?
A MYSTERY landowner demolished historic Cobb and Co stables more than 150 years old. Local historian Bill Loader with one of the bricks used to construct the Newmarket Hotel stables. PICTURE: JEREMY...
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RTS may eliminate 900 bus stops
Updated: Friday, September 19 2014, 06:27 PM EDT Rochester, N.Y. - RTS has plans to possibly eliminate 900 of their 3,400 bus stops. “We recognized there is an improvement opportunity and it would...
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Berkeley Election Forum and Endorsements on Sunda...
Berkeley Citizens Action, Berkeley Tenants Union, and the Social Justice Committee of the Berkeley Fellowship of Unitarian Universalists, for the first time, combine forces to hold an Election Forum...
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Midnight Musings: Golden hours
REPORTER FILE PHOTO | JO ANN KIRKLAND All summer and into the fall, I’ve been taking my daily walk around the Heights near dusk. Sometimes, I hear the Yacht Club’s cannon booming, announcing sunset;...
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Church takes to the streets to try and change liv...
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — A South Memphis church took to the streets to help change lives. This week, members of Bloomfield Baptist Church are canvassing their neighborhood 24 hours a day, praying for a safer...
Read more at WREG-TV Memphis
Stamford man dressed as woman charged with robbery
STAMFORD -- Police charged a cross-dressing man with a Thursday night robbery in the South End night in which he is alleged to have beaten up a young man and pulled his wallet out of his pocket, and...
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September 20-21, 2014
Get your read on at The Word on the Street. Image courtesy of The Word on the Street Toronto. Fashion: For those of you who sigh heavily while browsing through rack upon rack of ill-fitting fad...
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Opposite Lock is on target for off-road
CAMPING, four-wheel driving and everything outdoors is a hobby for most of Rockhampton. And one business is expanding to cater to these needs. Opposite Lock has moved down the road from its old site...
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College of Marin holding opening reception for Ca...
The College of Marin fine arts gallery is holding a free opening reception 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Sept. 20 for the new exhibition, Squeak Carnwath: Works on Paper 1979-2013. Carnwath, who lives in Oakland,...
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Old School, New Day
Vasco Smith remembers working the polls at Fairview Junior High School in the 1960s as a child. His job was simple – to hand out campaign literature and not stray within the 100-foot limit by law...
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Planning Commission approves outdoor display, rez...
The Sarasota County Planning Commission debated the aesthetics of outdoor displays after receiving a special exception request at its Thursday meeting. The commission received the request for an...
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Council horses around at Kelseyville Pear Festival
Huia Pope rides during a past Horse Faire. The third annual event will be held on Sept. 27 during the Kelseyville Pear Festival. KELSEYVILLE >> The Lake County Horse Council partners up with...
Read more at The Lake County Record-Bee
Preschool awaits grant news
Dubbo City Council will next week consider granting a $91,170 interest-free loan to Dubbo and District Preschool to cover application and consultants' fees for the construction of an extension to the...
Read more at Daily Liberal
RSPCA investigate after reports of kitten thrown ...
The RSPCA are investigating after a kitten was reportedly hurled from a van window then driven over. An eyewitness alerted the charity of the horrific incident which left the little animal dead in...
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Kerrytown Concert House founder passes the torch ...
Thirty years after founding Kerrytown Concert House, Deanna Relyea is passing the torch to a new director. Lynne Aspnes takes the helm as the concert house's milestone season commences. Here are some...
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As lights came, darkness threatened the world
Think about the last time you lost hydro in your house. Even if it was only for an hour or two, I am sure that, for many of us, it totally altered our lives. Especially if it was at night! No house...
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Maybe We Should Just Let Atlantic City Die Already
ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. — There are about as many ideas about how to save Atlantic City as there are residents of Atlantic City (39,551). I don't say that hyperbolically. When I was there this past...
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High-end theater, biopharma labs may join Warrior...
Two office towers that are part of the Golden State Warriors’ planned $1 billion Mission Bay arena development could include a high-end movie theater and lab space for life sciences companies. Those...
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Tesco unveils plans for fifth Newcastle City Cent...
Tesco is seeking to open its fifth store in Newcastle City Centre - less than 500 yards from one of its existing shops. The grocery giant has submitted a licensing application for a near 4,000sq ft...
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We have been here for 25 years. Although we are not moving we thought that it was time for some of our accumulated treasures to change hands. There will be a garage and tag sale including furniture,...
Read more at The Daily Voice - Pleasantville
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