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Competition could sink dredge plan ambitions
Competition among ports to attract container ships has reached a fever pitch that could complicate Massport’s plans to get a hefty return on taxpayers’ investment on a $310 million Boston Harbor...
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JAMES (JIM) LESLIE WELD
Funeral services for Jim Weld will be held at 10:30 AM on Tuesday, October 21, 2014, at the Clarion Church of Christ, 420 North Main Street in Clarion, with Pastor Warren Curry officiating. Interment...
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Expert: Project potentially another `Big' money l...
A $310 million Boston Harbor dredging project designed to attract jumbo containerships could turn into a Big Dig-like disaster with financial returns unable to keep pace with potential ongoing costs,...
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Reactor begun in '70 by TVA soon will rev up
SPRING CITY, Tenn. — When the Tennessee Valley Authority first ordered Watts Bar 2, the nuclear reactor now approaching completion here, demand for electricity was growing by 7 percent a year and coal...
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ALBERTA ANDERS: When Pineville was wide open
A very welcome rain this week cleaned out the channel of Big Sugar that borders my home place. It has been a while since we enjoyed this kind of cleansing. The little island where the pair of geese...
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Spotlight: Arts & Entertainment Season Preview, 2...
Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens 253 Barcelona Road, West Palm Beach, 832-5328 or ansg.org Hours: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesdays through Sundays. “In the Footsteps of Alexander the Great,” Oct. 22-Nov....
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Sunday, October 19, 2014
... a.m. - Sherwood Island State Park - American Cancer Society: Making Strides Against Breast Cancer 5K Walk 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. - Earthplace - Earthplace Festival 3 p.m. - Westport Country Playhouse...
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Cable TV programming pioneer Byrl John Klindworth...
Byrl John Klindworth’s mosaic of personal and professional passions spanned the globe, sending him clambering to the top of a water tower in southern Minnesota and on a five-year global odyssey years...
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Hill-Gustat fair celebrates Hispanic Heritage
SEBRING — Hill-Gustat Middle School students learned about Peru, Panama, Nicaragua and many other Spanish-speaking countries during the school’s Hispanic Heritage Fair, which was held Wednesday...
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Hartz Mountain expands its holdings in the Southe...
Hartz Mountain Industries announced Thursday that it has acquired more than 3.35 million square feet of warehouse space in three major southeastern markets. Hartz said in a news release that it made...
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Port Of Newark To Get Major Infrastructure Upgrade
Local, State, and Federal officials gathered today at the Port of Newark to announce a $15 million federal grant to improve and expand the ports capacity. The grant, issued by the U.S. Department of...
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Sandra Lea Collins was born Aug. 23, 1941, to Ronald and Fern (Burns) Collins in Winthrop, joining a family of three older sisters, Rosemary, Betty Jean and Patricia. Her brother, Ronald Arthur, died...
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Breakfast in Valparaíso · Meanjin · Literacy in A...
I get up at dawn to walk to the docks. I want to record the sound of the port of Valparaíso as it wakes. As soon as I step into the street, a large black and white dog of indeterminate breed,...
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Mile High champion: Rich Grant to leave Visit Den...
Samuel Johnson had James Boswell. Jumbo the Elephant had P.T. Barnum. Muhammad Ali and Madonna had, well, themselves. Great and tireless promoters, all. Denver? Well, for 35 years we have had Rich...
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Brave ‘foot soldiers’
Postal workers are the unsung heroes of Barbados, says Senator Professor Emeritus Henry Fraser. “I believe that many of our postal workers, especially those risk-taking, motorcycling, guard...
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Despite "Better Economy" & Tumbling Unemployment,...
Pretty bad when the FSA isn't happy You can fool some people some time but... meh, fuck Obongo the banksters' puppet clown. I pledge allegiance to EBT of the banana states of 'murca, and to the...
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How The CIA Tried To Raise A Lost Soviet Submarin...
In August 1974, the United States undertook a top-secret mission that one CIA document disclosed in 2010 "ranks in the forefront of imaginative and bold operations undertaken in the long history of...
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Nederland steam shovel bucket heads east for Pana...
The vintage steam shovel that for the last nine years has sat outside the Nederland Mining Museum took a long, circuitous route to the small Boulder County mountain town. The steam shovel's first...
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Delta Queen may return to river
The National Trust for Historic Preservation has picked up the fight to get the boat's exemption from the Safe Life at Sea (SOLAS) Act, which prohibits wooden ships from carrying more than 50...
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Retire Abroad: Cosmopolitan Cities
If you are looking for a change of scenery, new cultural experiences and a lower cost of living during retirement, you may be thinking about living outside the United States. (See Retirement: U.S. Vs....
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