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Earliest known Fender Stratocaster on sale in Nas...
It wasn�t played by a rock and roll hero like Bob Dylan or Elvis Presley, but a historic guitar is on sale for $250,000 at a Nashville instrument shop. The guitar is the earliest known Fender...
Read more at The Tennessean
The Newport Folk Festival
Parking could get more expensive in Wrightsville ...
... it's ridiculous," she said. "It's so expensive, and you can't even find a place to park most of the time." The town's hourly parking rates - $2 per 60 minutes - could get more expensive soon, as...
Read more at The Wilmington Star-News
Oak Island Town Council
Final Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z Developer Diary Talks...
You may have noticed that Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z sports a very different art style than the previous Ninja Gaiden games with Ryu. The latest and final developer diary for Yaiba explains why they went...
Read more at Game Informer
Friends remember Ann Arbor veteran at funeral 5 m...
When Lawrence Tucker was buried Friday, March 5, he was surrounded by fellow veterans and friends who said they felt as close to him as family, if not closer. But Tucker’s posthumous journey began...
Read more at MLive.com
Royal Anglo-Saxon settlement found « Shropshire S...
Archaeologists say they have found conclusive evidence of the high-status settlement in fields near the village of Rendlesham, Suffolk. It is thought fragments of gold jewellery, Saxon pennies and...
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the National Trust
London Irish new housing plan gets backing of cam...
London Irish Rugby Club’s new and amended planning application has been welcomed by residents who once campaigned against it. The club announced in the new application that it now wants to build...
Read more at Surrey Advertiser
Flags raised in Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire to...
Flags raised in Hertfordshire and Bedfordshire to mark Commonwealth DayA flag was raised by Stevenage Borough Council at Daneshill House this morning Flags were raised this morning to mark...
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STEVENAGE Borough Council
North Herts District Council
Royal British Legion
Canterbury wins Third Successive NZ Pipe Band Cha...
Canterbury wins Third Successive NZ Pipe Band ChampionshipMonday, 10 March 2014, 1:46 pmPress Release: Canterbury Caledonian Society's Pipe Band 9 March 2014 Canterbury wins Third Successive NZ Pipe...
Read more at Scoop.co.nz
Non-lethal options EDITOR: My wife and I have three sons, and our hearts go out to the Lopez family. The tragedy of Andy Lopez will not go away, nor should it. Something positive must come from it —...
Read more at The Santa Rosa Press Democrat
Faith in Memphis Panel: Children in Peril
CRICHTON---------27 Apr 07 (mwcrichton1) by Mark Weber - Crichton College president Dr. Larry Lloyd. Ron McDonald, a pastoral counselor with the Church Health Center, writer of "Walking in Memphis,"...
Read more at Memphis Commercial Appeal
Her play, “Einstein and Thoreau: Two Mystics Who Changed the World,” features Marlow as a talk show host of a program titled “Mystics, Alive and Well.” Her guests are none other than Einstein and...
Read more at Aspen Daily News
Against the odds: Denise Coates's good fortune
It’s where Ms Coates, the chief executive of Bet365, is to be found most Saturday afternoons because it is the peak time of the week for the online sports gaming company that she set up 14 years ago...
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the FA Cup Final
BofA Warns Russian Ruble Weakness Is Here To Stay
So does Connecticut. CT now wants to seize guns. The below is the kind of thing the Tylers should be doing. A public service announcement. The state of Connecticut is making lists of firearm owners...
Read more at Zero Hedge
Fans in court over Barrow AFC FA Cup tie trouble
Published at 16:07, Sunday, 02 March 2014 ALMOST 30 people are to appear in crown court after the ugly scenes which marred Barrow AFC’s FA Cup win at Atherstone Town. The defendants appeared at...
Read more at North-West Evening Mail
the FA Cup
Transitions fair planned for special-needs studen...
Teachers and service providers for students with special needs see the problem too often. Families of those students are often unaware of the programs and opportunities available as the children...
Read more at The Scranton Times-Tribune
Borough renovation plans on track in Hughesville
HUGHESVILLE - Council this week appointed Steven Hess as solicitor for the Zoning Hearing Board. Councilman
, Jeff Berger, Andy Mook, and Gail Guisewhite all voted "yes." James Savage and...
Read more at The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
Zoning Hearing Board
Department of Environmental Protection
Dibb targets another win by the sea for Ely
Cambridge News Friday 28 Feb 2014 7:02 AM John Dibb is hoping that Ely can continue where they left off last week as they travel to Southwold in Greene King IPA Eastern Counties One tomorrow. They...
Read more at Cambridge Evening News
Teens could learn to drive from the police
Teens in Portland could soon get some experience behind the wheel � and the police will already be on the scene. Portland Councilor Luther Bratton has proposed a city-run driver�s education program...
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Portland High School
Armed robbers lay in wait for bank staff during t...
Police have revealed how armed robbers lay in wait for bank staff before threatening them and making off with a “substantial” haul. Two balaclava-clad men broke into the Hathersage branch of the...
Read more at Derbyshire Times
Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z's Third Developer Diary Exp...
The latest developer diary for Yaiba: Ninja Gaiden Z focused on how the concept of its strange zombie enemies was born, and how they will have a goofy edge to them. Apart from their silliness, they...
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