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Philboxing
WHO IS ANDRE BERTO?He was born on September 7, 1983, now 31 years old, in Winter Haven, Florida, U
WHO IS ANDRE BERTO?
Philboxing / Posted 7 hours ago
He was born on September 7, 1983, now 31 years old, in Winter Haven, Florida, USA and is a former two-time (WBC and IBF) welterweight champion and the current WBA welterweight interim champion. His father persuaded him to take up boxing because he... Read more
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NBC 12 Richmond
Fundraiser held for Richmond officer shot in the line of duty"He's fine, he's strong. He's not discouraged or anything, he's ready to go," O
Fundraiser held for Richmond officer shot in the line of duty
NBC 12 Richmond / Posted 10 hours ago
"He's fine, he's strong. He's not discouraged or anything, he's ready to go," Officer Turner said. Hundreds poured into Home Team Grill Saturday in honor of Officer Ryan Bailey, helping him in his time of need. "He is part of our family. We want to... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Good News: Sports, Superman and animal blankets a big hit with Wolfson patientsOne 6-year-old boy wore his Superman blanket like a cape. A 2-year-old animal l
Good News: Sports, Superman and animal blankets a big hit with Wolfson patients
The Florida Times-Union / Posted yesterday
One 6-year-old boy wore his Superman blanket like a cape. A 2-year-old animal lover picked out one with a barnyard theme while a 12-year-old football fan had a “ball” picking out his. They were among 16 patients at Wolfson Children’s Hospital who... Read more
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The Mercury News
49ers Jarryd Hayne certainly worth a try in fantasy football-- One of these years, the 49ers are going to rejoin the NFL and get out of the
49ers Jarryd Hayne certainly worth a try in fantasy football
The Mercury News / Posted 2 days ago
-- One of these years, the 49ers are going to rejoin the NFL and get out of the Police Athletic League. -- Just a hunch, but perhaps it'll happen when the quality of their field can measure up to those in the PAL. -- The 49ers have gone through so... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
49ers Jarryd Hayne certainly worth a try in fantasy football-- One of these years, the 49ers are going to rejoin the NFL and get out of the
49ers Jarryd Hayne certainly worth a try in fantasy football
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted 2 days ago
-- One of these years, the 49ers are going to rejoin the NFL and get out of the Police Athletic League. -- Just a hunch, but perhaps it'll happen when the quality of their field can measure up to those in the PAL. -- The 49ers have gone through so... Read more
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The Daily Review
49ers Jarryd Hayne certainly worth a try in fantasy football-- One of these years, the 49ers are going to rejoin the NFL and get out of the
49ers Jarryd Hayne certainly worth a try in fantasy football
The Daily Review / Posted 2 days ago
-- One of these years, the 49ers are going to rejoin the NFL and get out of the Police Athletic League. -- Just a hunch, but perhaps it'll happen when the quality of their field can measure up to those in the PAL. -- The 49ers have gone through so... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Families flock to Nashua library eventThousands of Nashua families packed Nashua Public Library in a line that stretc
Families flock to Nashua library event
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
Thousands of Nashua families packed Nashua Public Library in a line that stretched nearly to Main Street Thursday night for the Nashua Goes Back to School celebration. The line began forming 90 minutes before the event opened at 5 p.m. It's a party... Read more
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MLive.com
Detroit Mercy college students clean up, take swings at old Tiger Stadium siteDETROIT - A foul ball arcs over a group of spectators seated at Navin Field in
Detroit Mercy college students clean up, take swings at old Tiger Stadium site
MLive.com / Posted 2 days ago
DETROIT - A foul ball arcs over a group of spectators seated at Navin Field in Detroit, and Dave Mesrey hustles after it, arms outstretched, eyes up. The ball hits the ground, and he circles back. "I got a late break on that, man," he says. He... Read more
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Philly.com
Sixers owner crunched big data before giving to PALHis Wall Street fortune was built using data as an investment beacon. He is reb
Sixers owner crunched big data before giving to PAL
Philly.com / Posted 2 days ago
His Wall Street fortune was built using data as an investment beacon. He is rebuilding the 76ers with the same gusto for analytics. And on Thursday, Josh Harris made clear he has put even the Philadelphia Police Athletic League through the private... Read more
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ESPN
Philadelphia 76ers owner donates $3.5M to local nonprofitPHILADELPHIA -- The owner of the Philadelphia 76ers has pledged a $3.5 million
Philadelphia 76ers owner donates $3.5M to local nonprofit
ESPN / Posted 2 days ago
PHILADELPHIA -- The owner of the Philadelphia 76ers has pledged a $3.5 million donation to Philadelphia's Police Athletic League -- the largest amount ever recorded by the nonprofit youth group. The PAL supports disadvantaged youths by pairing them... Read more
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NBA.com
76ers owner donates $3.5 million to local nonprofitPHILADELPHIA (AP) — The owner of the Philadelphia 76ers has pledged a $3.5 mill
76ers owner donates $3.5 million to local nonprofit
NBA.com / Posted 2 days ago
PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The owner of the Philadelphia 76ers has pledged a $3.5 million donation to the Philadelphia Police Athletic League - the largest amount ever recorded by the nonprofit youth group. The PAL supports disadvantaged youths by pairing... Read more
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New Jersey Herald
AP NewsAlertFirefighters battling blaze at Scranton warehouseFirefighters battling blaze at
AP NewsAlert
New Jersey Herald / Posted 3 days ago
Firefighters battling blaze at Scranton warehouseFirefighters battling blaze at Scranton warehouse Fire crews are battling a stubborn blaze at a northeastern Pennsylvania tire warehouse. Fire crews are battling a stubborn blaze at a northeastern... Read more
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New Jersey Herald
Philadelphia 76ers owner donates $3.5M to local nonprofitPHILADELPHIA (AP) - The owner of the Philadelphia 76ers has pledged the largest
Philadelphia 76ers owner donates $3.5M to local nonprofit
New Jersey Herald / Posted 3 days ago
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - The owner of the Philadelphia 76ers has pledged the largest donation in the history of the Philadelphia Police Athletic League. The Philadelphia Inquirer reports (http://bit.ly/1JxA2av ) Joshua Harris will announce his $3.5... Read more
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WTRF Wheeling
Philadelphia 76ers owner donates $3.5M to local nonprofitPHILADELPHIA (AP) - The owner of the Philadelphia 76ers has pledged the largest
Philadelphia 76ers owner donates $3.5M to local nonprofit
WTRF Wheeling / Posted 3 days ago
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - The owner of the Philadelphia 76ers has pledged the largest donation in the history of the Philadelphia Police Athletic League. The Philadelphia Inquirer reports (http://bit.ly/1JxA2av ) Joshua Harris will announce his $3.5... Read more
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Jacksonville Daily Record
City notes: Harden promoted to senior management team at Hallmark PartnersWednesday, August 26, 11:10 AM EDT Dave Auchter, Hallmark executive vice presi
City notes: Harden promoted to senior management team at Hallmark Partners
Jacksonville Daily Record / Posted 4 days ago
Wednesday, August 26, 11:10 AM EDT Dave Auchter, Hallmark executive vice president and chief operating officer, in a news release said Harden has distinguished himself among co-workers and industry peers �as the consummate commercial real estate... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Bike engraving at Cazenovia Pool FridayThe Buffalo Police Athletic League will hold a series of free public demonstrat
Bike engraving at Cazenovia Pool Friday
The Buffalo News / Posted 4 days ago
The Buffalo Police Athletic League will hold a series of free public demonstrations Friday at the Cazenovia Pool, 526 Abbott Road, and will offer bicycle engravings to identify people’s bikes in case they are stolen. Among events scheduled to take... Read more
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Staten Island Advance
Police Athletic League Culture Day: Studying landmarksSTATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- Hundreds of children united to celebrate and learn about
Police Athletic League Culture Day: Studying landmarks
Staten Island Advance / Posted 5 days ago
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- Hundreds of children united to celebrate and learn about different world landmarks during the Police Athletic League (P.A.L.) annual Cultural Day. Staten Island children in third and fourth grades participated in the... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Baby bull naming contest and moreFIRST COAST“Making Your Yard a Life Garden for Flying Flowers” Osher Lifelong
Baby bull naming contest and more
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 6 days ago
FIRST COAST“Making Your Yard a Life Garden for Flying Flowers” Osher Lifelong Learning Institute, part of the Division of Continuing Education at the University of North Florida, presents “Making Your Yard a Life Garden for Flying Flowers” 9:30-11... Read more
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The Express-Times
2nd annual Clam Jam in Easton expands for 2015Call it seafood Sunday. An estimated 7,500 people attended last year's event a
2nd annual Clam Jam in Easton expands for 2015
The Express-Times / Posted 6 days ago
Call it seafood Sunday. An estimated 7,500 people attended last year's event and thousands more are expected this year, said Rebecca Pichetto, who co-owns the seafood restaurant that opened in Easton two years ago. "This year we're banking on... Read more
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The Fairfield Citizen
Something fishy — and fun — at PAL contestThe fish were running — and so were the kids — but they had all the angles cove
Something fishy — and fun — at PAL contest
The Fairfield Citizen / Posted 6 days ago
The fish were running — and so were the kids — but they had all the angles covered at the inlet near South Benson Marina as the Fairfield Police Athletic League hosted its annual Blues Fishing Derby on Saturday. More than 70 people signed up for the... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
New attendance record set at BrewfestNASHUA - There are arguably few ways to better spend a sunny August afternoon t
New attendance record set at Brewfest
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 7 days ago
NASHUA - There are arguably few ways to better spend a sunny August afternoon than pigging out on chicken wings and cold beer. And on Saturday from historic Holman Stadium, craft beer fanatics were treated to a utopian-level of local brew paired... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
BriefsTamaqua The Tamaqua Area School District Athletic Department is offering sever
Briefs
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 8 days ago
Tamaqua The Tamaqua Area School District Athletic Department is offering several season ticket packages for the 2015 fall athletic seasons and a Senior Citizen’s Gold Card throughout the year. The following season ticket packages for home games are... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
BriefsThe Hazleton Police Athletic League has openings for basketball coaches for the
Briefs
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 8 days ago
The Hazleton Police Athletic League has openings for basketball coaches for the upcoming season in the junior division, for boys ages 7 to 10. Those interested in volunteering to coach must be 18 years or older and have the following clearances: a... Read more
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Fort Wayne News-Sentinel
New Haven shows skill, spirit in runaway winAround mid-July, New Haven's football team went to Plymouth and scrimmaged Snid
New Haven shows skill, spirit in runaway win
Fort Wayne News-Sentinel / Posted 8 days ago
Around mid-July, New Haven's football team went to Plymouth and scrimmaged Snider and Mishawaka Marian. It didn't go especially well. “I said, 'Boy, we have to do something at offensive line,' ” New Haven coach Jim Rowland said. “On the way home, I... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Bergenfield councilman loses state ethics rulingBERGENFIELD — A former councilman who now serves as the borough’s recreation di
Bergenfield councilman loses state ethics ruling
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 9 days ago
BERGENFIELD — A former councilman who now serves as the borough’s recreation director violated New Jersey’s Local Government Ethics Law when he voted to appropriate $300,000 for a building to be used by an organization for which he served as... Read more
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Beverly Hills Courier
George Christy Talks About Donald and Melania Trump, New York’s Fashion Week, Hillary Clinton and More!Their wedding at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach welcomed many luminaries. Including f
George Christy Talks About Donald and Melania Trump, New York’s Fashion Week, Hillary Clinton and More!
Beverly Hills Courier / Posted 9 days ago
Their wedding at Mar-a-Lago in Palm Beach welcomed many luminaries. Including former New York mayor Rudy Guiliani, Matt Lauer, Hillary Clinton, Barbara Walters, Regis Philbin, Kelly Ripa, Katie Couric, Star Jones, Billy Joel, who serenaded the 450... Read more
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The Washington Times
Donald Trump says wife Melania would be ‘an amazing first lady’ and is ready to campaignThe Republican frontrunner may soon have a partner on the campaign trail. Donal
Donald Trump says wife Melania would be ‘an amazing first lady’ and is ready to campaign
The Washington Times / Posted 10 days ago
The Republican frontrunner may soon have a partner on the campaign trail. Donald Trump now hints that his wife Melania could begin to make public appearances on his behalf by the end of August. The former fashion model, jewelry designer and mother... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
BriefsTAMAQUA SEASON TICKETS— The Tamaqua Area School District Athletic Department is
Briefs
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 10 days ago
TAMAQUA SEASON TICKETS— The Tamaqua Area School District Athletic Department is offering several season ticket packages for the 2015 fall athletic seasons and a Senior Citizen’s Gold Card throughout the year. The following season ticket packages for... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
BriefsFor a complete list of local sports briefs, please see our website at standards
Briefs
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 11 days ago
For a complete list of local sports briefs, please see our website at standardspeaker.com. ❒ SHENANDOAH VALLEY SEASON TICKETS— The Shenandoah Valley School District will sell passes for the 2015-2016 athletic season on Aug. 24, 25 and 25 from 10... Read more
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ABC Action News Tampa Bay
Officers mentor kids through Police Athletic League programsTAMPA, FL - Right now, Tampa Police officers are spending one-on-one time with
Officers mentor kids through Police Athletic League programs
ABC Action News Tampa Bay / Posted 12 days ago
TAMPA, FL - Right now, Tampa Police officers are spending one-on-one time with local kids, many from high crime neighborhoods and single-family homes. It’s part of the Police Athletic League, a non-profit dedicated to providing affordable after... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Brewfest this Saturday at Holman StadiumCelebrating craft beer, wings, family fun and the last few scorching days of su
Brewfest this Saturday at Holman Stadium
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 12 days ago
Celebrating craft beer, wings, family fun and the last few scorching days of summer, the Gate City Brewfest is ready to serve thirsty Nashuans this Saturday at Holman Stadium. "It's a family fun event with music all day. It's going to be a great... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Montclair Public Schools ready themselves for the fallTuesday, Sept. 8, is the day in Montclair that some kids dread and some parents
Montclair Public Schools ready themselves for the fall
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 13 days ago
Tuesday, Sept. 8, is the day in Montclair that some kids dread and some parents look forward to. It's the first day that the Montclair Public Schools are officially back in session for the 2015-2016 school year. It is also the de facto deadline to... Read more
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Staten Island Advance
PAL kids aim high in summer track & field eventsSTATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- Staten Island youths involved in Police Athletic League
PAL kids aim high in summer track & field events
Staten Island Advance / Posted 13 days ago
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- Staten Island youths involved in Police Athletic League (PAL) summer programs participated in the 14th annual CityParks Track & Field Citywide Championships, bringing over 2,000 New York City youth to Icahn Stadium on Randall's... Read more
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New Jersey Herald
Pope John grad Megan Baird adjusting to college basketball roleBy PETER STEIN pstein@njherald.com SPARTA -- Consistency is the name of the g
Pope John grad Megan Baird adjusting to college basketball role
New Jersey Herald / Posted 13 days ago
By PETER STEIN pstein@njherald.com SPARTA -- Consistency is the name of the game for Megan Baird. The 2013 Pope John graduate has had a lot of inconsistencies in her basketball career -- coaching changes, sporadic playing time. She... Read more
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The Post-Journal
Operation ChillAs part of "," JPD officers are rewarding children involved in positive activit
Operation Chill
The Post-Journal / Posted 13 days ago
As part of "," JPD officers are rewarding children involved in positive activities or who are observed doing positive deeds with free Slurpee beverage coupons. Deeds can range from helping another person, wearing a bicycle helmet,... Read more
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The Nashua Telegraph
Nashua’s ‘Night Out’ cancelledNASHUA - For the first time in three decades, Nashua will not have a localized
Nashua’s ‘Night Out’ cancelled
The Nashua Telegraph / Posted 16 days ago
NASHUA - For the first time in three decades, Nashua will not have a localized version of the "National Night Out" in the city's neighborhoods. Following a series of violent thunderstorms last Tuesday when the 32nd annual event was scheduled,... Read more
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Staten Island Advance
Advance historic page from July 26, 1990: P.A.L. play center changes communitySTATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- Today's archive page is from July 26, 1990. The P.A.L.
Advance historic page from July 26, 1990: P.A.L. play center changes community
Staten Island Advance / Posted 17 days ago
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- Today's archive page is from July 26, 1990. The P.A.L. -- Police Athletic League -- play center at the Park Hill Houses has provided a sanctuary free of crime for children to be creative. Every day children from the Park Hill... Read more
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New Jersey Herald
Lenape Valley grad and Centenary junior Rabe getting used to faster play, taller opponentsBy PETER STEIN Not that Rabe’s Lenape Valley playing days were a cakewalk, far
Lenape Valley grad and Centenary junior Rabe getting used to faster play, taller opponents
New Jersey Herald / Posted 18 days ago
By PETER STEIN Not that Rabe’s Lenape Valley playing days were a cakewalk, far from it. The 2013 Patriots were, after all, a North 1, Group 2 finalist, and that didn’t come easy. But, as a college basketball player the past two years, Rabe has... Read more
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Kansas City Chiefs
Chiefs Linebacker Derrick Johnson Gave More than 300 Backpacks Away at Arrowhead StadiumA day off from training camp last Thursday provided Kansas City Chiefs lineback
Chiefs Linebacker Derrick Johnson Gave More than 300 Backpacks Away at Arrowhead Stadium
Kansas City Chiefs / Posted 19 days ago
A day off from training camp last Thursday provided Kansas City Chiefs linebacker Derrick Johnson a chance to do some good. For the second year in a row, Johnson distributed book bags and school supplies to more than 300 Title I students. The... Read more
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New Jersey Herald
Girls rule at recent BT Basketball CampBy PETER STEIN pstein@njherald.com SPARTA — Girls are supposedly made of suga
Girls rule at recent BT Basketball Camp
New Jersey Herald / Posted 19 days ago
By PETER STEIN pstein@njherald.com SPARTA — Girls are supposedly made of sugar and spice and all that. But, are they easier to coach than boys? Maybe that depends on each player’s individual temperament, their attitude. This year, though, when... Read more
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New Jersey Herald
Meet Meghan Tobin, another in the legendary basketball familyBy PETER STEIN pstein@njherald.com SPARTA — Anyone who has followed Sussex Co
Meet Meghan Tobin, another in the legendary basketball family
New Jersey Herald / Posted 19 days ago
By PETER STEIN pstein@njherald.com SPARTA — Anyone who has followed Sussex County basketball over the past 40 or so years has to know the name Tobin. There’s Jim Tobin, the Herald’s 2010 Boys Basketball Coach of the Year, who was a star Hopatcong... Read more
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News Channel 12 New Bern
39 underpriviledged children "Shop with a Cop"The annual "Shop With a Cop" event took place early Saturday morning. 39 underp
39 underpriviledged children "Shop with a Cop"
News Channel 12 New Bern / Posted 21 days ago
The annual "Shop With a Cop" event took place early Saturday morning. 39 underprivileged children arrived at 7am at the JC Penny located in Greenville. They were treated to a free back to school shopping spree. The Greenville Police Department have... Read more
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Queens Chronicle
Drug-free world is nonprofit’s goalA nonprofit group promoting drug-free living started by a Bayside dentist nine
Drug-free world is nonprofit’s goal
Queens Chronicle / Posted 24 days ago
A nonprofit group promoting drug-free living started by a Bayside dentist nine years ago has blossomed into a worldwide operation. The Foundation for a Drug-Free World, located at 56-03 214 St., was founded by Dr. Bernard Fialkoff, who earlier ran a... Read more
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Independent
John Riggi dead: New Jersey Mafia boss who inspired Tony Soprano dies, aged 90John Riggi was the leader of the DeCavalcante crime family for more than 20 yea
John Riggi dead: New Jersey Mafia boss who inspired Tony Soprano dies, aged 90
Independent / Posted 25 days ago
John Riggi was the leader of the DeCavalcante crime family for more than 20 years, according to police, and spent time in prison for murder, extortion and other crimes. Even while he was an inmate, he still ran the family’s affairs, according to... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
One City session gives big shot to troubled city youth just before classes beginOrganizers of another newly announced program for at-risk youth say what makes
One City session gives big shot to troubled city youth just before classes begin
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 25 days ago
Organizers of another newly announced program for at-risk youth say what makes “One City/One Jacksonville Leadership Week” unique is the people this group will relate with Aug. 17 to 21. As the 100 sixth- through 12-grade boys attend the conference,... Read more
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WJXT Jacksonville
City to host leadership week for at-risk youthMayor Lenny Curry, Sheriff Mike Williams and Bishop John Guns announced an init
City to host leadership week for at-risk youth
WJXT Jacksonville / Posted 25 days ago
Mayor Lenny Curry, Sheriff Mike Williams and Bishop John Guns announced an initiative Wednesday for at-risk young men called One City, One Jacksonville Leadership Week. The three leaders gathered at the Police Athletic League to provide details of... Read more
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Staten Island Advance
John Riggi, N.J. mob boss who inspired 'The Sopranos,' dead at 90John M. Riggi—the crime boss who headed the Jersey-based DeCavalcante crime fam
John Riggi, N.J. mob boss who inspired 'The Sopranos,' dead at 90
Staten Island Advance / Posted 25 days ago
John M. Riggi—the crime boss who headed the Jersey-based DeCavalcante crime family for decades, controlling a powerful labor union that helped funnel millions into mob coffers—has died at the age of 90. Riggi, who was released from federal prison in... Read more
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Philadelphia Phillies
This Week at Citizens Bank Park: Phillies vs. Los Angeles Dodgers (August 4-6)WEDNESDAY: 7:05 p.m. … All gates: 5:05 p.m. … Broadcast: CSN, Talk Radio 1210 W
This Week at Citizens Bank Park: Phillies vs. Los Angeles Dodgers (August 4-6)
Philadelphia Phillies / Posted 27 days ago
WEDNESDAY: 7:05 p.m. … All gates: 5:05 p.m. … Broadcast: CSN, Talk Radio 1210 WPHT, SportsRadio 94WIP and in Spanish on WTTM 1680 and SAP. Police Athletic League Softball Game: beginning at 5:30 p.m., TV personalities will play softball against... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
The charities Donald Trump gave money to and what it says about his candidacyPresidential candidate Donald Trump gives away land, but only (at least in some
The charities Donald Trump gave money to and what it says about his candidacy
Crain's New York Business / Posted 27 days ago
Presidential candidate Donald Trump gives away land, but only (at least in some cases) after he can't develop it. As recently as last year Donald Trump declared himself an "ardent philanthropist." When he announced his candidacy for president in... Read more
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Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal
Weston Reed Foundation hosts free health screenings, raises awareness for cardiac arrestPetre Thomas | Buy at photos.djournal.com Kevin Watson checks the blood pressur
Weston Reed Foundation hosts free health screenings, raises awareness for cardiac arrest
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal / Posted 28 days ago
Petre Thomas | Buy at photos.djournal.com Kevin Watson checks the blood pressure of Trevion Hall at the Weston Reed free health screenings at the Police Athletic League on Saturday morning. TUPELO – When 11-year-old Weston Reed collapsed from sudden... Read more
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