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Freeland will be paying less for its insurance. At a work session Thursday, borough council was informed by Paul Pugielli, senior vice president of Brown & Brown Insurance, that the borough’s premium...
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2015/08/01 07:48
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Adrian, who is also assistant clerk of the course at Burghley Horse Trials (CCI****), has been appointed as the new course designer at Belsay, taking over from Ronald Alexander. Rory Boswell and John...
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Updated: Fri, Jul 31 2015, 09:35 PM CINCINNATI (WKRC) -- In the wake of the deadly shooting of Samuel DuBose, the UC police department stopped patrolling areas off-campus. Monday, August 3,...
2015/07/31 22:17
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BALTIMORE (WJZ)–Which city workers are taking home the most money? The answer may surprise you. Some first responders are making hundreds of thousands of dollars, many doubling their salaries in...
2015/07/31 13:12
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By Ariel Hakim DOWNTOWN AKRON — A Committee of the Whole meeting of Summit County Council July 27 offered sharp feedback on Gloria Rodgers’ (R-District 3) comments at last week’s regular...
2015/07/31 10:02
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Though the Jefferson City Fire Department celebrated the opening of a brand new station last year, department officials say they are struggling with other outdated stations and would need about...
2015/07/31 09:38
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William T. White is a clinician-scientist and president of Brain In Play Nonprofit Foundation and the company Brain In Play International Inc., which are both dedicated to preventing, healing and...
2015/07/31 06:57
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BENTONVILLE -- County Judge Bob Clinard is preparing new budgets for a downtown location and a site near the County Jail on Southwest 14th Street for a new courts building. A presentation at the Aug....
2015/07/31 01:17
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A DOZEN Ipswich vets have signed up to help the RSPCA in Operation Wanted, which last year helped desex more than 6000 dogs and cats statewide. Operation Wanted runs until the end of August with 172...
2015/07/30 20:23
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JEFFERSON CITY - The Jefferson City Public Safety Committee discussed changing a vehicle-for-hire ordinance so transportation networks like Uber could come to the city. City Counselor Drew Hilpert...
2015/07/30 17:30
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During the Birmingham City Council Meeting for July 28, 2015 Council: A public show cause hearing to consider revoking the business license(s) issued to Atlantis Entertainment Group, LLC, d.b.a....
2015/07/30 11:09
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Seeing those first grainy pictures of bub has to be one of absolute highlights of pregnancy. You get your first hint of what the little person growing inside you might be like, in looks and perhaps...
2015/07/30 06:19
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Frustration in the North East with the lack of bite in drug-driving penalties will be taken up with the Victorian government A Border MP has vowed to launch a renewed push for tougher drug-driving...
2015/07/29 23:22
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Roll up Raleigh’s sidewalks at 1 a.m. | News & Observer It is quite true that a vibrant downtown nightlife is good for the city of Raleigh. But there is a point when the excitement generated by those...
2015/07/29 22:44
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PIEDMONT -- While the recent 4.0 earthquake along the Hayward Fault rattled windows and nerves, scientists predict that the Big One is overdue. The city stands ready to protect lives and property...
2015/07/29 18:15
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CALAIS, Maine — Local officials are considering an amendment to the city’s fireworks ordinance that would prohibit the use of fireworks within 1,500 feet of livestock. The public Safety Committee met...
2015/07/29 13:45
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WPTZ'S RACHEL KARCZ WAS AT TONIGHT'S MEETING AND JOINS US LIVE AT THE BURLINGTON COP SHOP. RACH? GEORGE... AFTER REPEATED ATTEMPTS TO GEORGE... AFTER REPEATED ATTEMPTS TO TALK ON CAMERA TODAY......
2015/07/29 00:22
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Raleigh may limit sidewalk use by bars and restaurants | News & Observer July 28, 2015 Raleigh may limit sidewalk use by bars and restaurants City leaders may soon place limits on how late...
2015/07/28 22:40
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Mundelein Police Chief Eric Guenther wants his officers to be among the first in Illinois to wear body cameras on the street. With legislation that would allow cops here to use the devices awaiting...
2015/07/28 17:19
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GRAND RAPIDS, MI -- Grand Rapids continues to see a decline in the number of reported property crimes and many violent crimes, according to Grand Rapids Police Department crime statistics, shared with...
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