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FOX 2 News St. Louis
Vaping: The latest scourge in drug abuseright under the noses of police, parents and teachers. And it is no local phen
Vaping: The latest scourge in drug abuse
FOX 2 News St. Louis / Posted 39 minutes ago
right under the noses of police, parents and teachers. And it is no local phenomenon. From big cities like St. Louis to small villages in upstate New York, these vape pens are popping up more frequently in drug busts, and the steady rise of... Read more
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NBC 2 Fort Myers
Vaping: The latest scourge in drug abuseright under the noses of police, parents and teachers. And it is no local phen
Vaping: The latest scourge in drug abuse
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted 55 minutes ago
right under the noses of police, parents and teachers. And it is no local phenomenon. From big cities like St. Louis to small villages in upstate New York, these vape pens are popping up more frequently in drug busts, and the steady rise of... Read more
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Denver Post
U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet announces support for Iran dealto prevent Iran from one day developing nuclear weapons, however, is a hotly-de
U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet announces support for Iran deal
Denver Post / Posted 2 hours ago
to prevent Iran from one day developing nuclear weapons, however, is a hotly-debated question and one that has triggered no small amount of lobbying and political advertising in Washington and Colorado. Because of this atmosphere, it's difficult to... Read more
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The Washington Times
Five for Families: Documentaries offer a glimpse of natureanimals and aspects of the wildlife world. Redbox: ‘Island of Lemurs: Madagasc
Five for Families: Documentaries offer a glimpse of nature
The Washington Times / Posted 5 hours ago
animals and aspects of the wildlife world. Redbox: ‘Island of Lemurs: Madagascar’ “Island of Lemurs: Madagascar” follows Patricia C. Wright as she works to protect the endangered lemurs native to the island of Madagascar. The Dove Foundation... Read more
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Denver Post
U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet to announce support for Iran dealto prevent Iran from one day developing nuclear weapons, however, is a hotly-de
U.S. Sen. Michael Bennet to announce support for Iran deal
Denver Post / Posted 6 hours ago
to prevent Iran from one day developing nuclear weapons, however, is a hotly-debated question and one that has triggered no small amount of lobbying and political advertising in Washington and Colorado. Because of this atmosphere, it's difficult to... Read more
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The Wanderer
Marion Art Center Fall ClassesNovember 19 (Note: No class on November 5). Tuition: $180 members / $195 non-me
Marion Art Center Fall Classes
The Wanderer / Posted 7 hours ago
November 19 (Note: No class on November 5). Tuition: $180 members / $195 non-members (supplies not included). Instructor: Patricia White. Note: This course requires a minimum of five students to run. This course is designed for people who would... Read more
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Medical News Today
Screening all women for BRCA gene mutations 'worthless'only four cases of breast cancer and two cases of ovarian cancer will be preven
Screening all women for BRCA gene mutations 'worthless'
Medical News Today / Posted 8 hours ago
only four cases of breast cancer and two cases of ovarian cancer will be prevented. The viewpoint has been written by Dr. Patricia Ganz, a director of cancer research at the Jonsson Comprehensive Cancer Center of the University of California-Los... Read more
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birminghammail
Call for Birmingham to become #CityofSanctuary - YOUR SAYGreen A paramilitary police officer carries the lifeless body of a migrant chi
Call for Birmingham to become #CityofSanctuary - YOUR SAY
birminghammail / Posted 9 hours ago
Green A paramilitary police officer carries the lifeless body of a migrant child after a number of migrants died and a smaller number were reported missing after boats carrying them to the Greek island of Kos capsized, near the Turkish resort... Read more
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The Oakdale Leader
Five for Families: Documentaries offer a glimpse of natureanimals and aspects of the wildlife world. Redbox: 'Island of Lemurs: Madagasc
Five for Families: Documentaries offer a glimpse of nature
The Oakdale Leader / Posted 9 hours ago
animals and aspects of the wildlife world. Redbox: 'Island of Lemurs: Madagascar'“Island of Lemurs: Madagascar” follows Patricia C. Wright as she works to protect the endangered lemurs native to the island of Madagascar. The Dove Foundation... Read more
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iol.co.za
The scrummage for World Cup profitsby nearly £1bn, based on the amounts fans are likely to spend on travel, accomm
The scrummage for World Cup profits
iol.co.za / Posted 13 hours ago
by nearly £1bn, based on the amounts fans are likely to spend on travel, accommodation, food and drink and merchandise. Patricia Yates, director of strategy and communications at VisitBritain, said: “It is on track to be record breaking, in... Read more
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Everett Herald
'Learning to Drive' stays in the middle of the road‘Learning to Drive’ stays in the middle of the road It�s impossible to summon
'Learning to Drive' stays in the middle of the road
Everett Herald / Posted 15 hours ago
‘Learning to Drive’ stays in the middle of the road It�s impossible to summon any animus against Patricia Clarkson, no matter the quality of her material. Even while playing an angry, jilted, selfish New Yorker suddenly confronted by her lack of a... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Clifton seeks tougher smoking penaltiesAct Initiative, the municipality's hands are tied. "This is a joke that some o
Clifton seeks tougher smoking penalties
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 17 hours ago
Act Initiative, the municipality's hands are tied. "This is a joke that some officials think by fining these restaurants a small amount for doing business," said one City resident. "It's illegal to serve shisha but restaurants continue to violate... Read more
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Independent
The scrummage for Rugby World Cup profits beginsby nearly £1bn, based on the amounts fans are likely to spend on travel, accomm
The scrummage for Rugby World Cup profits begins
Independent / Posted 21 hours ago
by nearly £1bn, based on the amounts fans are likely to spend on travel, accommodation, food and drink and merchandise. Patricia Yates, director of strategy and communications at VisitBritain, said: “It is on track to be record breaking, in... Read more
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Laguna Beach Coastline Pilot
Reel Critics: Flawed characters make 'Diary' workWe are deluged with big budget blockbusters all summer long. But one of the mos
Reel Critics: Flawed characters make 'Diary' work
Laguna Beach Coastline Pilot / Posted 22 hours ago
We are deluged with big budget blockbusters all summer long. But one of the most important movies this year is a small indie film that will knock your socks off in unexpected ways. "Diary of a Teenage Girl" takes you on an eye-popping journey of... Read more
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Huntington Beach Independent
Reel Critics: Flawed characters make 'Diary' workWe are deluged with big budget blockbusters all summer long. But one of the mos
Reel Critics: Flawed characters make 'Diary' work
Huntington Beach Independent / Posted 22 hours ago
We are deluged with big budget blockbusters all summer long. But one of the most important movies this year is a small indie film that will knock your socks off in unexpected ways. "Diary of a Teenage Girl" takes you on an eye-popping journey of... Read more
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Rocky Mount Telegram
The Rocky Mount Telegramsinful. But there are no transgressions here. In fact, money from the sales he
The Rocky Mount Telegram
Rocky Mount Telegram / Posted yesterday
sinful. But there are no transgressions here. In fact, money from the sales helps the sisters of New Skete sustain their small monastery in upstate New York. “Everything in moderation is one of the Christian concepts, I think,” Sister Cecelia... Read more
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Denver Post
Telluride Film Festival 2015 lineup features Streep, Keaton and moreat the Telluride Film Festival. She shared best actress prize at May's Cannes F
Telluride Film Festival 2015 lineup features Streep, Keaton and more
Denver Post / Posted yesterday
at the Telluride Film Festival. She shared best actress prize at May's Cannes Film Festival for "Carol," an adaptation of Patricia Highsmith's lesbian novel " The Price of Salt." (Open Road Films) One of the fest's peculiar and admirable rituals... Read more
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Redwood Falls Gazette
‘Learning to Drive’ is a charming East meets West tale on the streets of New Yorkunder the tutelage of the dour, impatient, uptight, by-the-book Scott (Eddie Ma
‘Learning to Drive’ is a charming East meets West tale on the streets of New York
Redwood Falls Gazette / Posted yesterday
under the tutelage of the dour, impatient, uptight, by-the-book Scott (Eddie Marsan).�Learning to Drive� tells about Wendy (Patricia Clarkson), a successful New York book critic who has paid so much attention to her career, she seems to have... Read more
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The Harrisburg Daily Register
Movie review: ‘Learning to Drive’ is a charming East meets West tale on the streets of New Yorkunder the tutelage of the dour, impatient, uptight, by-the-book Scott (Eddie Ma
Movie review: ‘Learning to Drive’ is a charming East meets West tale on the streets of New York
The Harrisburg Daily Register / Posted yesterday
under the tutelage of the dour, impatient, uptight, by-the-book Scott (Eddie Marsan).�Learning to Drive� tells about Wendy (Patricia Clarkson), a successful New York book critic who has paid so much attention to her career, she seems to have... Read more
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Duquoin.com
Movie review: ‘Learning to Drive’ is a charming East meets West tale on the streets of New Yorkunder the tutelage of the dour, impatient, uptight, by-the-book Scott (Eddie Ma
Movie review: ‘Learning to Drive’ is a charming East meets West tale on the streets of New York
Duquoin.com / Posted yesterday
under the tutelage of the dour, impatient, uptight, by-the-book Scott (Eddie Marsan).�Learning to Drive� tells about Wendy (Patricia Clarkson), a successful New York book critic who has paid so much attention to her career, she seems to have... Read more
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Bay Area Reporter
Season to tastea desire to nest by a couple (Julianne Moore and Ellen Page) who discover that
Season to taste
Bay Area Reporter / Posted yesterday
a desire to nest by a couple (Julianne Moore and Ellen Page) who discover that their dreams can be blocked by a cadre of small-minded male judges. "If you could have anything, what would it be?" "A house, a dog, a woman I love who loves me." The... Read more
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The Current
UMSL Tennis Teams Set to Start the Season Strongfirst look at collegiate tennis. The women’s team has their share of freshmen
UMSL Tennis Teams Set to Start the Season Strong
The Current / Posted 2 days ago
first look at collegiate tennis. The women’s team has their share of freshmen too. Newcomers Jennifer Hauer, freshman, and Patricia Maya, freshman, were hitting atop the lady Tritons, at first and second singles respectively. While they struggled... Read more
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The Jewish Week
Shabbat On Marsfloor includes a kitchen, dining area, bathroom, lab and exercise area. The 424
Shabbat On Mars
The Jewish Week / Posted 2 days ago
floor includes a kitchen, dining area, bathroom, lab and exercise area. The 424-square-foot second floor includes six small sleeping quarters and a half bath. In addition, a 160-square-foot workshop, made from a converted shipping container,... Read more
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Morningstar
When Active Management Isn't Irrationalmarket that are overvalued. Country- and sector-specific index products provid
When Active Management Isn't Irrational
Morningstar / Posted 2 days ago
market that are overvalued. Country- and sector-specific index products provide a stark case in point. As senior analyst Patricia Oey notes in her recent analysis of iShares MSCI South Korea Capped, investors in this ETF had better be bullish on... Read more
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iafrica.com
'Pregnant' SA drug mule bust in Indiathe authorities that she was seven months pregnant but after being searched it
'Pregnant' SA drug mule bust in India
iafrica.com / Posted 2 days ago
the authorities that she was seven months pregnant but after being searched it was found that she had concealed about 40 small packets of drugs in her abdomen and her genitals. The South Africn woman was taken to hospital where she was given... Read more
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Charleston City Paper
For the owners of goat.sheep.cow., knowing their cheeses is only half the workin the case of goat.sheep.cow.'s missing cheese, even if the cargo got rerouted
For the owners of goat.sheep.cow., knowing their cheeses is only half the work
Charleston City Paper / Posted 2 days ago
in the case of goat.sheep.cow.'s missing cheese, even if the cargo got rerouted and made it to Charleston, there was only a small window of time to pick it up. "Charleston's hangar closes at 8:30 p.m. every day," explains Wagner. "And it doesn't... Read more
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Queensland Times
Petersen wants commercial rent reduced to stimulate CBDMayoral candidate Dr Patricia Petersen wants to work with the council and priva
Petersen wants commercial rent reduced to stimulate CBD
Queensland Times / Posted 2 days ago
Mayoral candidate Dr Patricia Petersen wants to work with the council and private investors to reduce commercial rent in the CBD in order to stimulate economic growth in Ipswich. Dr Petersen said that current commercial rental prices were forcing... Read more
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Newport Independent
‘Learning to Drive’ is a charming East meets West tale on the streets of New Yorkunder the tutelage of the dour, impatient, uptight, by-the-book Scott (Eddie Ma
‘Learning to Drive’ is a charming East meets West tale on the streets of New York
Newport Independent / Posted 2 days ago
under the tutelage of the dour, impatient, uptight, by-the-book Scott (Eddie Marsan).�Learning to Drive� tells about Wendy (Patricia Clarkson), a successful New York book critic who has paid so much attention to her career, she seems to have... Read more
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Benton Evening News
Movie review: ‘Learning to Drive’ is a charming East meets West tale on the streets of New Yorkunder the tutelage of the dour, impatient, uptight, by-the-book Scott (Eddie Ma
Movie review: ‘Learning to Drive’ is a charming East meets West tale on the streets of New York
Benton Evening News / Posted 2 days ago
under the tutelage of the dour, impatient, uptight, by-the-book Scott (Eddie Marsan).�Learning to Drive� tells about Wendy (Patricia Clarkson), a successful New York book critic who has paid so much attention to her career, she seems to have... Read more
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CambridgeChronicle.com
‘Learning to Drive’ is a charming East meets West tale on the streets of New Yorkunder the tutelage of the dour, impatient, uptight, by-the-book Scott (Eddie Ma
‘Learning to Drive’ is a charming East meets West tale on the streets of New York
CambridgeChronicle.com / Posted 2 days ago
under the tutelage of the dour, impatient, uptight, by-the-book Scott (Eddie Marsan).�Learning to Drive� tells about Wendy (Patricia Clarkson), a successful New York book critic who has paid so much attention to her career, she seems to have... Read more
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GalvaNews
Movie review: ‘Learning to Drive’ is a charming East meets West tale on the streets of New Yorkunder the tutelage of the dour, impatient, uptight, by-the-book Scott (Eddie Ma
Movie review: ‘Learning to Drive’ is a charming East meets West tale on the streets of New York
GalvaNews / Posted 2 days ago
under the tutelage of the dour, impatient, uptight, by-the-book Scott (Eddie Marsan).�Learning to Drive� tells about Wendy (Patricia Clarkson), a successful New York book critic who has paid so much attention to her career, she seems to have... Read more
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AledoTimesRecord.com
‘Learning to Drive’ is a charming East meets West tale on the streets of New Yorkunder the tutelage of the dour, impatient, uptight, by-the-book Scott (Eddie Ma
‘Learning to Drive’ is a charming East meets West tale on the streets of New York
AledoTimesRecord.com / Posted 2 days ago
under the tutelage of the dour, impatient, uptight, by-the-book Scott (Eddie Marsan).�Learning to Drive� tells about Wendy (Patricia Clarkson), a successful New York book critic who has paid so much attention to her career, she seems to have... Read more
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Scotsman
Burger van owners claim ban infringes human rightslocal authority areas. In an unprecedented legal challenge which could have re
Burger van owners claim ban infringes human rights
Scotsman / Posted 2 days ago
local authority areas. In an unprecedented legal challenge which could have repercussions across the country, the five small business owners claim their human rights, as well as those of their young customers, have been infringed by North... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
Drug mule 'pregnant' with narcoticsthat she was seven months pregnant but a medical examination at the airport rev
Drug mule 'pregnant' with narcotics
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 3 days ago
that she was seven months pregnant but a medical examination at the airport revealed that she had concealed about 40 small packets of drugs, suspected to be cocaine, in her abdomen and genitals. She was taken to a hospital and given... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Casa El Norte brings hope for people in needIt is an important link in our town’s history. To learn more about it, we need
Casa El Norte brings hope for people in need
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 3 days ago
It is an important link in our town’s history. To learn more about it, we need to take a trip back in time to 1985. A small grass-roots faith-based group met weekly in volunteers’ homes. They were praying, reading scriptures and trying to... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
Casa El Norte brings hope for people in needIt is an important link in our town’s history. To learn more about it, we need
Casa El Norte brings hope for people in need
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 3 days ago
It is an important link in our town’s history. To learn more about it, we need to take a trip back in time to 1985. A small grass-roots faith-based group met weekly in volunteers’ homes. They were praying, reading scriptures and trying to... Read more
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Welland Tribune
Casa El Norte brings hope for people in needIt is an important link in our town’s history. To learn more about it, we need
Casa El Norte brings hope for people in need
Welland Tribune / Posted 3 days ago
It is an important link in our town’s history. To learn more about it, we need to take a trip back in time to 1985. A small grass-roots faith-based group met weekly in volunteers’ homes. They were praying, reading scriptures and trying to... Read more
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Scotsman
Burger van owners go to court to lift school banthe children may disagree. In an unprecedented legal challenge which could hav
Burger van owners go to court to lift school ban
Scotsman / Posted 3 days ago
the children may disagree. In an unprecedented legal challenge which could have repercussions across the country, the five small business owners claim their human rights, as well as those of their young customers, have been infringed by North... Read more
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Scotsman
Burger van owners go to court to flip schools banthe children may disagree. In an unprecedented legal challenge which could hav
Burger van owners go to court to flip schools ban
Scotsman / Posted 3 days ago
the children may disagree. In an unprecedented legal challenge which could have repercussions across the country, the five small business owners claim their human rights, as well as those of their young customers, have been infringed by North... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
How police turn American drivers into moving targetsauthority on police use of force, said the country’s vast federalised system of
How police turn American drivers into moving targets
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 3 days ago
authority on police use of force, said the country’s vast federalised system of law enforcement had left thousands of smaller departments similarly unreconstructed. “We just don’t have the kind of national structure as in Australia or... Read more
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The Alliance Review
Mount Union Class of 2019 welcomed to campusClass of 2019 ushered in the academic year with a ceremony held on the lawn of
Mount Union Class of 2019 welcomed to campus
The Alliance Review / Posted 3 days ago
Class of 2019 ushered in the academic year with a ceremony held on the lawn of the university's Chapman Hall. Patricia Draves, Ph.D., vice president for academic affairs and dean of the university, welcomed the new students --... Read more
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The Irish Times
The dark heart of Dancing at LughnasaMore remarkably still, it was written by a man. “Obviously Friel was very infl
The dark heart of Dancing at Lughnasa
The Irish Times / Posted 3 days ago
More remarkably still, it was written by a man. “Obviously Friel was very influenced by his female relatives,” says Patricia McBride, director of An Grianán theatre in Letterkenny, Co Donegal, which has a long association with Friel and is... Read more
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Entrpreneur
5 Ways to Determine Your Authentic Claim to FameConference. At that split moment two thoughts collided in my head: the first wa
5 Ways to Determine Your Authentic Claim to Fame
Entrpreneur / Posted 4 days ago
Conference. At that split moment two thoughts collided in my head: the first was that the person asking the question was Patricia Fripp, renowned national speaker and first female president for the NSA and the second, that I actually didn’t know... Read more
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The Gleaner
Old photos telling a story across continentsto be her husband standing outside the school on a chilly day. ‘It seemed intr
Old photos telling a story across continents
The Gleaner / Posted 4 days ago
to be her husband standing outside the school on a chilly day. ‘It seemed intriguing’ Jewers lives in Farnham, England, a small town of 38,000 south of London. As a writer and filmmaker, he said he’s stumbled across old home videos in the past,... Read more
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Jacksonville Daily Record
50 years ago: Jacksonville Beach sued in federal court by injured swimmerend of the race and finished with a time of 27 minutes and 56 seconds. � A you
50 years ago: Jacksonville Beach sued in federal court by injured swimmer
Jacksonville Daily Record / Posted 4 days ago
end of the race and finished with a time of 27 minutes and 56 seconds. � A young couple from Natchez, Miss., crashed in a small airplane in the front yard of a home along Terrell Road, but were not seriously injured. Claude Pressgrove, 29, told... Read more
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The Record-Journal
Meriden city clerk, Wallingford Town Council, State Sen. BartolomeoMy name is Patricia Lynes and I am the independent petitioning candidate for th
Meriden city clerk, Wallingford Town Council, State Sen. Bartolomeo
The Record-Journal / Posted 4 days ago
My name is Patricia Lynes and I am the independent petitioning candidate for the position of City Clerk in Meriden. I am a lifelong resident of Meriden. My father was a police officer in Meriden for over 30 years and my mother owned a local business... Read more
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The Advocate
Fall fashion trends may surpriseof this and that adds up. You’ll need some long orange gloves and can achieve t
Fall fashion trends may surprise
The Advocate / Posted 5 days ago
of this and that adds up. You’ll need some long orange gloves and can achieve the rest with tweed and neon. Those with small children can simply ask them to pick out their clothes. And who doesn’t like plaid with pearls. Goth Girl: The... Read more
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Ventura County Star
Cast your ballot for the 2015 Hardest Workeron a men’s league and restores classic cars, travels when able to and spends ti
Cast your ballot for the 2015 Hardest Worker
Ventura County Star / Posted 5 days ago
on a men’s league and restores classic cars, travels when able to and spends time with his grandson. — Nominated by Patricia Rodriguez Carol Conner of Simi Valley: Entrepreneur is a go-to volunteer A wife, mother, grandmother, godmother,... Read more
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Washington Post
Millennials have transformed Arlington, but will they stay?priorities expand to include good schools and family-friendly neighborhoods. A
Millennials have transformed Arlington, but will they stay?
Washington Post / Posted 5 days ago
priorities expand to include good schools and family-friendly neighborhoods. A condo or townhouse can suddenly seem too small, and a bigger place in the same neighborhood may be too pricey. Six in 10 surveyed Arlington residents between the... Read more
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Corpus Christi Caller-Times
Behind Broken Doors: Searching for protectionone of Corpus Christi's affluent subdivisions when David Askew masqueraded as a
Behind Broken Doors: Searching for protection
Corpus Christi Caller-Times / Posted 6 days ago
one of Corpus Christi's affluent subdivisions when David Askew masqueraded as a woman to get close to his estranged wife, Patricia, outside their home. She had a protective order against him and took precautions. She had a gun in the house, a... Read more
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