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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Work on new Harrison Avenue Bridge continues, crews adding artistic elementsdecorative parapets, obelisks and other ornate elements designed to mirror the
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 8 days ago
decorative parapets, obelisks and other ornate elements designed to mirror the old bridge’s architectural aesthetic, said Pat McCabe, construction project manager with the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, the agency overseeing the $31... Read more
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The Courier
New Ballarat Irish Club set for launchevents. Already with 40 people signed up, they hope to expand quickly. The en
The Courier / Posted 9 days ago
events. Already with 40 people signed up, they hope to expand quickly. The entertainment for the Sunday event will be Pat McCabe, Noel Craven, Sean Collins and the OMR Band. Also featured will be an Irish tin whistle and banjo. AT A... Read more
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Arkansas Business
Mayor Pat McCabe on Moving Hot Springs Full Steam AheadPat McCabe was appointed mayor by the Hot Springs Board of Directors in April a
Arkansas Business / Posted 12 days ago
Pat McCabe was appointed mayor by the Hot Springs Board of Directors in April after the resignation of Mayor Ruth Carney in March. McCabe came to Hot Springs in 1985 as assistant administrator of the hospital then known as St. Joseph’s Regional... Read more
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Arkansas Business
Financial Priorities (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)time — in our families, in our businesses and at every level of government. In
Arkansas Business / Posted 12 days ago
time — in our families, in our businesses and at every level of government. In this week's Executive Q&A, Hot Springs Mayor Pat McCabe says “balancing the unlimited needs and desires of our community with our available revenue streams” is his city... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Prize fish named 'Big Al' nets Arkansas man $15,000with one of my other buddies in that tournament and caught this fish, we'd spli
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 28 days ago
with one of my other buddies in that tournament and caught this fish, we'd split the money," Clark said. Hot Springs Mayor Pat McCabe gave Clark a ceremonial $15,000 check during the news conference after the competition. It was bass... Read more
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