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2015/07/30 15:19
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Bay beaches keep record of history. Some of these bits are treasures. Look and you may find not only sea-washed glass but also pieces of pottery from the China trade, bits of everyday ceramics from...
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2015/07/29 06:16
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A former Broomes Island resident has turned his career of fermentation into an opportunity to be part of a lasting legacy of what is considered the worst naval disaster in U.S. history. Ryan Gibbons,...
2015/07/24 16:51
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Over the past several years, Matusz has visited Casey Cares patients at local hospitals and attended Casey Cares Extra Innings Events, where critically-ill children and their families meet with...
2015/07/22 11:29
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Young Joburgers in school and university still use libraries - but not necessarily for reading. It appears that while the number of people using library facilities are on the rise, it is mostly for...
2015/07/22 06:16
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Jefferson Patterson Park and Museum will host a free three-week training course for the docent program beginning Tuesday, Aug. 11. The training course will be on Tuesdays and Wednesdays through Aug....
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2015/07/21 16:24
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The Woodbridge Community Youth Players, a nonprofit summer theater program for township residents, will present “Hairspray” from July 22-25. The show will include a cameo by Mayor John McCormac,...
2015/07/20 18:52
2015/07/20 18:52
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Havre Police Department Officers investigated an 8:08 a.m. Friday call from 6th Street about $2 worth of change stolen from a vehicle. Officers investigated an 11:33 a.m. Friday call from 16th...
2015/07/17 01:17
2015/07/17 01:17
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Always a fan favorite and one of the most gifted scorers in U.S. men's soccer history, retired forward Brian McBride put plenty of smiles on American faces with his hard-nosed play and knack for...
2015/07/16 18:33
2015/07/16 18:33
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Waterfront Partnership’s Healthy Harbor initiative is excited to announce that it has raised $31,680 this month toward the planned Canton Water Wheel. The funds were raised thanks to three large...
2015/07/16 17:04
2015/07/16 17:04
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The Fourth of July event went well, according to board members and Newton residents in attendance at the meeting. More than 1,000 people were estimated to have attended Agnes Patterson Park for the...
2015/07/15 16:04
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Last year, the department held its first summer camp, a three-day program. This year after finding activities, and ideas to fill a couple weeks worth, the camp was bumped to two weeks. Kids can...
2015/07/15 02:17
2015/07/15 02:17
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A local photographer and a documentarian have started a blog to give voice to average Baltimoreans. Beginning July 14, photographer Joe Rubino and social media strategist Meryam Bouadjemi will post...
2015/07/07 17:05
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... Dakota R. Mindham, 21, of Newton, is charged with consumption/intoxication in public places after authorities were called to 308 E. Eighth St. S. at 9:15 p.m. Wednesday. Officers were called about...
2015/07/06 18:04
2015/07/06 18:04
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The day kicked off with two breakfasts to choose from, with the Masons holding a pancake breakfast and the Kiwanis selling breakfast pizza. Well before the parade was set to begin at 9:30 a.m., the...
2015/07/05 10:17
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When Baltimore's grand library opened on Cathedral Street in 1933, the building's ornate appointments and display windows were evocative of those in the department stores that lined nearby Howard...
2015/07/04 05:09
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In Marshalltown, the family-friendly annual event today features entertainment, food, a giant inflatable, music, putt-putt golf, fireworks and more at the Central Iowa Fairgrounds, 1308 E. Olive St....
2015/07/02 17:18
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Confronted with a need to recruit culturally sensitive workers to help process 20,000 immigrant naturalizations a year in Maryland, Gregory L. Collett turned to a half-century-old presidential decree...
2015/07/01 16:25
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Baltimore's traffic congestion is awful, causing adverse quality of life and economic consequences. Add to that the effect on air quality and cost of health-related problems caused by vehicle...
2015/06/30 17:04
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The Newton Police Department will be enforcing parking restrictions the night of the event. The bike trail entering the park from the northwest will be closed the entire day and due to East 31st...
2015/06/25 14:17
2015/06/25 14:17
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As a painter, Shawn Theron thinks he is unique, not just in his art style, but the way he sells it. "Not many artists can say they have an art truck," said the Carney native. At the American...
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