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The Evening Sun
York County IDA interested in possibly buying Yorktowne HotelThe York County Industrial Development Authority wants to find a buyer for the
York County IDA interested in possibly buying Yorktowne Hotel
The Evening Sun / Posted 25 minutes ago
The York County Industrial Development Authority wants to find a buyer for the Yorktowne Hotel and that could include the IDA possibly purchasing the iconic 121-room, downtown hotel, the authority's chairman said Tuesday. The Yorktowne, which opened... Read more
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News.com.au
Bali bomb survivor is Qld dad of the yearTHE night Ben Tullipan's life changed was a hot one. HE was 26, strolling thro
Bali bomb survivor is Qld dad of the year
News.com.au / Posted an hour ago
THE night Ben Tullipan's life changed was a hot one. HE was 26, strolling through muggy Balinese streets on a buying trip, and decided to stop at a local bar for a bottle of water. Thirteen years on, he's got two metal legs. He's also got two young... Read more
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The Escanaba Daily Press
Delta County DAV awards raffle prizeCourtesy photos In the photo above left, Post Commander William Porath of the
Delta County DAV awards raffle prize
The Escanaba Daily Press / Posted an hour ago
Courtesy photos In the photo above left, Post Commander William Porath of the The Disabled American Veterans (DAV) Delta County chapter 24 mans their booth at the U.P. State Fair. The DAV will hold a meeting on Monday, Sept. 7 at the VFW hall on... Read more
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The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
Wolf tries new budget talks tactic: smaller, quiet meetingsHARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Gov. Tom Wolf is shifting strategy as a state government
Wolf tries new budget talks tactic: smaller, quiet meetings
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette / Posted an hour ago
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Gov. Tom Wolf is shifting strategy as a state government budget stalemate stretches into a third month, abandoning heavily attended meetings with lawmakers and aides in the Capitol in favor of smaller, more private meetings... Read more
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Altoona Mirror
Lack of budget wrecking school fundsIt's been 60-plus days beyond the start of the fiscal year, and Gov. Tom Wolf a
Lack of budget wrecking school funds
Altoona Mirror / Posted 2 hours ago
It's been 60-plus days beyond the start of the fiscal year, and Gov. Tom Wolf and the Legislature haven't agreed on a budget. Meanwhile, school districts are dipping into reserves and taking loans from banks to cover operating costs. Everett Area... Read more
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Northwest Herald
Jacobs tops Prairie Ridge for 1st time since 2011It had been so long since her Golden Eagles had beaten Prairie Ridge that she c
Jacobs tops Prairie Ridge for 1st time since 2011
Northwest Herald / Posted 3 hours ago
It had been so long since her Golden Eagles had beaten Prairie Ridge that she couldn't even remember the last win. The last time Jacobs won was... well, no one really knew. “Oh God, I don’t know," Jacobs coach Lisa Dwyer said. "Um..." Any idea... Read more
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The Express-Times
Wolf tries new budget talks tactic: smaller, quiet meetingsPennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf is shifting strategy as a state government budget st
Wolf tries new budget talks tactic: smaller, quiet meetings
The Express-Times / Posted 4 hours ago
Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf is shifting strategy as a state government budget stalemate stretches into a third month, abandoning heavily attended meetings with lawmakers and aides in the Capitol in favor of smaller, more private meetings without... Read more
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FOX 16 Little Rock
State | FOX16Some in Arkansas Group Want Same-sex Marriage Removed from Republican Platform
State | FOX16
FOX 16 Little Rock / Posted 5 hours ago
Some in Arkansas Group Want Same-sex Marriage Removed from Republican Platform Same-sex marriage was one topic for the Arkansas Federation of Young Republicans Saturday. Arkansans React to AG's Opinion on Open Carry There are exceptions, caveats... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
Council approves more body cameras for WPD officersCity Council in Wilmington approved spending money on two programs used by the
Council approves more body cameras for WPD officers
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted 5 hours ago
City Council in Wilmington approved spending money on two programs used by the city’s police department. Council voted unanimously to expand the amount of body cameras worn by the city’s police officers. The Police Department was awarded a $60,000... Read more
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Broomfield Enterprise
Broomfield Enterprise police report Aug. 24-30Between Aug. 24 and Aug. 30, police reported 13 DUI arrests, 29 accidents, 12 s
Broomfield Enterprise police report Aug. 24-30
Broomfield Enterprise / Posted 6 hours ago
Between Aug. 24 and Aug. 30, police reported 13 DUI arrests, 29 accidents, 12 shoplifting arrests and one domestic violence incident. Tip line: 303-438-6488. Aug. 24 1. A bike was stolen from an open garage in the 1100 block of Maple Court. Loss,... Read more
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New Jersey Herald
Wolf tries new budget talks tactic: smaller, quiet meetingsHARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - Gov. Tom Wolf is shifting strategy as a state government
Wolf tries new budget talks tactic: smaller, quiet meetings
New Jersey Herald / Posted 7 hours ago
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - Gov. Tom Wolf is shifting strategy as a state government budget stalemate stretches into a third month, abandoning heavily attended meetings with lawmakers and aides in the Capitol in favor of smaller, more private meetings... Read more
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Philly.com
Wolf tries new budget talks tactic: smaller, quiet meetingsReporters waited outside those meetings for them to break up. Occasionally, the
Wolf tries new budget talks tactic: smaller, quiet meetings
Philly.com / Posted 7 hours ago
Reporters waited outside those meetings for them to break up. Occasionally, the public comments made by Wolf or lawmakers as they left were sharply critical about their negotiating partner. "I think the governor is really trying hard to get a final... Read more
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The Huffington Post
This District Has No Money, So Teachers Are Working Without PayWhen teachers at the Chester Upland School District in Pennsylvania return to t
This District Has No Money, So Teachers Are Working Without Pay
The Huffington Post / Posted 7 hours ago
When teachers at the Chester Upland School District in Pennsylvania return to their jobs Wednesday for the first day of school, they will not be making minimum wage. In fact, they will not be making any money at all. Educators and support staff at... Read more
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York Daily Record
York County IDA interested in possibly buying Yorktowne HotelThe York County Industrial Development Authority wants to find a buyer for the
York County IDA interested in possibly buying Yorktowne Hotel
York Daily Record / Posted 8 hours ago
The York County Industrial Development Authority wants to find a buyer for the Yorktowne Hotel and that could include the IDA possibly purchasing the iconic 121-room, downtown hotel, the authority's chairman said Tuesday. The Yorktowne, which opened... Read more
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WTHR Indianapolis
Bishop Chatard moves atop Class 3A football pollThe Associated Press Top 10 Indiana high school football poll, with first-place
Bishop Chatard moves atop Class 3A football poll
WTHR Indianapolis / Posted 8 hours ago
The Associated Press Top 10 Indiana high school football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through games of Tuesday, September 1, 2015, rating points and previous rankings: Class 6A Rank-School FPV Rcd TP Pvs 1. Indpls Ben Davis... Read more
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The Morning Call
Wolf tries new tactic to break stalemate: smaller, quiet meetingsHARRISBURG — Gov. Tom Wolf is shifting strategy as a state government budget st
Wolf tries new tactic to break stalemate: smaller, quiet meetings
The Morning Call / Posted 9 hours ago
HARRISBURG — Gov. Tom Wolf is shifting strategy as a state government budget stalemate stretches into a third month, abandoning heavily attended meetings with lawmakers and aides in the Capitol in favor of smaller, more private meetings without... Read more
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Havre Daily News
Line Athletes of the WeekHi- September 1, 2015 Sheridan O'Neil, North Star Volleyball The volleyball
Line Athletes of the Week
Havre Daily News / Posted 11 hours ago
Hi- September 1, 2015 Sheridan O'Neil, North Star Volleyball The volleyball season is only one week old, but already, the North Star Knights are looking strong. And North Star senior Sheridan O'Neil was certainly strong... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
BBX invests in Pembroke Pines townhomesBBX Capital Real Estate, a division of BBX Capital Corp., said it has made a mi
BBX invests in Pembroke Pines townhomes
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 11 hours ago
BBX Capital Real Estate, a division of BBX Capital Corp., said it has made a minority investment in Label & Co.'s new townhome community, Centra Falls, in Pembroke Pines. Centra Falls, located on the west side of Flamingo Road betwen Sheridan Road... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Dubbo beauty salon is top franchiseCHRISTINE Horder and her team of beauty therapists at Ella Bache Dubbo were thr
Dubbo beauty salon is top franchise
Daily Liberal / Posted 12 hours ago
CHRISTINE Horder and her team of beauty therapists at Ella Bache Dubbo were thrilled to be named the 2015 Franchisee of the Year, beating more than 200 other franchises across the country. The Dubbo Ella Bache team: Penny Koerstz, Sheridan... Read more
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Evening Standard
TV show Loose Women under fire over controversial rape pollDaytime TV show Loose Women has come under fire for running a controversial pol
TV show Loose Women under fire over controversial rape poll
Evening Standard / Posted 12 hours ago
Daytime TV show Loose Women has come under fire for running a controversial poll asking whether women can ever be to blame if they are raped. The vote followed a discussion on the panel show about comments made by Pretenders singer Chrissie Hynde,... Read more
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WTRF Wheeling
Wolf tries new budget talks tactic: smaller, quiet meetingsHARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - Gov. Tom Wolf is shifting strategy in his talks with law
Wolf tries new budget talks tactic: smaller, quiet meetings
WTRF Wheeling / Posted 12 hours ago
HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) - Gov. Tom Wolf is shifting strategy in his talks with lawmakers as a state government budget stalemate stretches into a third month. Wolf's spokesman Jeff Sheridan said the Democrat is holding meetings with top lawmakers in... Read more
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The News-Times
Road rage complaint leads to cocaine bustDANBURY — A driver was caught with a large amount of cocaine after a road rage
Road rage complaint leads to cocaine bust
The News-Times / Posted 12 hours ago
DANBURY — A driver was caught with a large amount of cocaine after a road rage incident Sunday afternoon, police said. Officers were called to the area of Casper and Sheridan streets about 12:30 p.m. for a report of a green Honda Civic chasing a... Read more
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Socialist Worker
What’s the left alternative to Labour and the SNP?Voters have another option for the Scottish elections next year after a new lef
What’s the left alternative to Labour and the SNP?
Socialist Worker / Posted 13 hours ago
Voters have another option for the Scottish elections next year after a new left organisation launched last Saturday at a 500-strong conference in Glasgow. It’s unclear if it is a movement, an alliance or a party. But Rise—Respect, Independence,... Read more
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walesonline
Most bosses 'will let staff fit job around Rugby World Cup games'A survey of more than 200 organisations found that three out of four will be ha
Most bosses 'will let staff fit job around Rugby World Cup games'
walesonline / Posted 15 hours ago
A survey of more than 200 organisations found that three out of four will be happy to let employees fit work around the serious business of watching the eagerly-awaited competition. Recruitment firm Robert Half said its research suggested that... Read more
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WTOC 11 Savannah
Final teacher in APS cheating scandal sentenced to 5 years in prisonThe final educator indicted in the Atlanta Public Schools cheating scandal has
Final teacher in APS cheating scandal sentenced to 5 years in prison
WTOC 11 Savannah / Posted 15 hours ago
The final educator indicted in the Atlanta Public Schools cheating scandal has been sentenced to five years in prison to serve one year. Robinson will not go directly to prison because the judge has signed an appeal bond. Shani Robinson was... Read more
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WALB Albany
Final teacher in APS cheating scandal sentenced to 5 years in prisonThe final educator indicted in the Atlanta Public Schools cheating scandal has
Final teacher in APS cheating scandal sentenced to 5 years in prison
WALB Albany / Posted 15 hours ago
The final educator indicted in the Atlanta Public Schools cheating scandal has been sentenced to five years in prison to serve one year. Robinson will not go directly to prison because the judge has signed an appeal bond. Shani Robinson was... Read more
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WTVM 9 Columbus
Final teacher in APS cheating scandal sentenced to 5 years in prisonThe final educator indicted in the Atlanta Public Schools cheating scandal has
Final teacher in APS cheating scandal sentenced to 5 years in prison
WTVM 9 Columbus / Posted 15 hours ago
The final educator indicted in the Atlanta Public Schools cheating scandal has been sentenced to five years in prison to serve one year. Robinson will not go directly to prison because the judge has signed an appeal bond. Shani Robinson was... Read more
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The Atlantic
An Uncommon Approach to Common CoreETHETE, Wyo. — On one of the last days of school at Wyoming Indian Elementary S
An Uncommon Approach to Common Core
The Atlantic / Posted 17 hours ago
ETHETE, Wyo. — On one of the last days of school at Wyoming Indian Elementary School in the spring, Cheryl Williams is playing a game of “8-plus” with Atsa, a first-grader with a round, reflective face under a fuzzy thatch of black hair. These... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Parry School goes to top of the classIT’S bigger, it’s brighter and students and staff couldn’t be prouder of Tamwor
Parry School goes to top of the class
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 18 hours ago
IT’S bigger, it’s brighter and students and staff couldn’t be prouder of Tamworth’s brand new Parry School. Education Minister Adrian Piccoli, pictured far left, with relieving principal Tina White, student Sarah Sheridan, principal Sally Hansen and... Read more
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KELO Sioux Falls
Hiker Found Uninjured Nearly 24 Hours After Getting LostA 49-year-old hiker has been found uninjured after spending nearly 24 hours los
Hiker Found Uninjured Nearly 24 Hours After Getting Lost
KELO Sioux Falls / Posted 18 hours ago
A 49-year-old hiker has been found uninjured after spending nearly 24 hours lost in the Black Hills National Forest. The Pennington County Sheriff's Office says the Rapid City hiker was found on Monday in a dense area of forest between Highway 16... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
UOW Kids' Uni to host KidzWish walkathonThey only take small steps, and are sometimes a bit unsteady on their feet, but
UOW Kids' Uni to host KidzWish walkathon
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 19 hours ago
They only take small steps, and are sometimes a bit unsteady on their feet, but children from the University of Wollongong’s Kids’ Uni will be doing their bit to raise money for KidzWish when the childcare centre hosts its inaugural walkathon on... Read more
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The Daily & Sunday Review
Fall Sports: Cross-country teams get ready to goSayre Redskins Head coach: Randy Felt Returning runners: Boys - Austin Lockwo
Fall Sports: Cross-country teams get ready to go
The Daily & Sunday Review / Posted 19 hours ago
Sayre Redskins Head coach: Randy Felt Returning runners: Boys - Austin Lockwood, Phillip Bennett, Jeremy Marshall; Girls - Sydney Beeman, Cristin Hickey Newcomers: Boys - Ben Romanauski, Caleb McClelland, Josh McClelland, Colin Wilmot; Girls -... Read more
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Daily Chronicle
Sept. 1 Police ReportsDeKalb�city Kevin R. Smith, 21, of the 300 block of Dewey Ave, Steward, was ch
Sept. 1 Police Reports
Daily Chronicle / Posted yesterday
DeKalb�city Kevin R. Smith, 21, of the 300 block of Dewey Ave, Steward, was charged Friday, Aug. 21, with an open container in public.� Michael P. Garnet, 31, of the 800 block of Pleasant Street, DeKalb, was charged Friday, Aug. 21, with two counts... Read more
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The Escanaba Daily Press
Briefs115 plans meeting ARNOLD - The regular meeting of the Escanaba River American
Briefs
The Escanaba Daily Press / Posted yesterday
115 plans meeting ARNOLD - The regular meeting of the Escanaba River American Legion Post 115 is at the Wells Town Hall in Arnold at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Sept. 2. Mill retirees to gather Wednesday ESCANABA - The mill retirees group will meet... Read more
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The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
Protecting the brainBrain injuries are different - they're mostly invisible. Because of this, for m
Protecting the brain
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette / Posted yesterday
Brain injuries are different - they're mostly invisible. Because of this, for many years, concussions were essentially "out of sight, out of mind." If an athlete could still run, jump and throw, coaches often allowed players with possible head trauma... Read more
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The Chronicle
Veterans, youth key for Duke women's cross country heading into regular seasonThe Blue Devils are looking for a balance of veteran leadership and young talen
Veterans, youth key for Duke women's cross country heading into regular season
The Chronicle / Posted yesterday
The Blue Devils are looking for a balance of veteran leadership and young talent this season, uniting four seniors with five freshmen. Duke’s traditional preseason trip to the North Carolina mountains last month was more important than in years... Read more
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ESPN
Devon Still looks to impress - Tuesday NFL previewNFL Nation reporters look ahead to what Tuesday has in store for each team. Mi
Devon Still looks to impress - Tuesday NFL preview
ESPN / Posted yesterday
NFL Nation reporters look ahead to what Tuesday has in store for each team. Miami Dolphins: The Dolphins must now alter their Week 1 preparation following the Redskins' switch at quarterback from Robert Griffin III to Kirk Cousins. The biggest... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Sheridan Historical Society buys old town hallSHERIDAN – The Sheridan Historical Society was the successful bidder to purchas
Sheridan Historical Society buys old town hall
The Buffalo News / Posted yesterday
SHERIDAN – The Sheridan Historical Society was the successful bidder to purchase the former Sheridan Town Hall on the corner of Route 20 and Center Road. At a special meeting held Monday, members of the town board voted to accept a bid of $3,610 for... Read more
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The Morning Call
Kane case could plow new groundHARRISBURG — In November 2012, Kathleen Kane made history by becoming the first
Kane case could plow new ground
The Morning Call / Posted yesterday
HARRISBURG — In November 2012, Kathleen Kane made history by becoming the first woman and first Democrat elected Pennsylvania attorney general. This year, she could make history again — for all the wrong reasons. Kane, 49, of Clarks Summit,... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Town of Tonawanda man, 34, identified as victim of fatal shooting on streetA Town of Tonawanda man was killed as a gunman targeted two people walking alon
Town of Tonawanda man, 34, identified as victim of fatal shooting on street
The Buffalo News / Posted yesterday
A Town of Tonawanda man was killed as a gunman targeted two people walking along a street late Sunday in the town’s Sheridan Parkside area. Anthony L. Stallworth, 34, who lived in the neighborhood, was shot at about 11:30 p.m. on Blackmore Street,... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Where we live: Town of Tonawanda - The Buffalo NewsTown of Tonawanda Work on Tonawanda Rails to Trails, a 12-foot-wide asphalt pa
Where we live: Town of Tonawanda - The Buffalo News
The Buffalo News / Posted yesterday
Town of Tonawanda Work on Tonawanda Rails to Trails, a 12-foot-wide asphalt pathway that will bisect the eastern part of the town, is expected to be complete by Nov. 30, officials announced last week. The 4-mile trail replaces an old, disused... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Town of Tonawanda police identify man slain Sunday nightA Town of Tonawanda man was killed as a gunman targeted two people walking alon
Town of Tonawanda police identify man slain Sunday night
The Buffalo News / Posted yesterday
A Town of Tonawanda man was killed as a gunman targeted two people walking along a street late Sunday in the town’s Sheridan Parkside area. Anthony L. Stallworth, 34, who lived in the neighborhood was shot at about 11:30 p.m. on Blackmore Street,... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Town of Tonawanda police identify Buffalo man slain Sunday nightA Buffalo man was killed as a gunman targeted two people walking along a street
Town of Tonawanda police identify Buffalo man slain Sunday night
The Buffalo News / Posted yesterday
A Buffalo man was killed as a gunman targeted two people walking along a street late Sunday in the Sheridan Parkside area of the Town of Tonawanda. Anthony L. Stallworth, 34, was shot at about 11:30 p.m. on Blackmore Street, just east of Burnett... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Ryerson University’s Sheldon Levy to join higher education ministryRyerson University president Sheldon Levy will join Ontario’s higher education
Ryerson University’s Sheldon Levy to join higher education ministry
The Globe and Mail / Posted yesterday
Ryerson University president Sheldon Levy will join Ontario’s higher education ministry, giving the province’s colleges and universities a friend in high places when he takes over as deputy minister on Dec. 1. Mr. Levy’s appointment comes as the... Read more
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WAND TV 17 Decatur
MLK Drive Lane Closing Sept. 2DECATUR – City of Decatur officials announce maintenance will be performed on M
MLK Drive Lane Closing Sept. 2
WAND TV 17 Decatur / Posted yesterday
DECATUR – City of Decatur officials announce maintenance will be performed on Martin Luther King Jr. Drive beginning Wednesday, September 2. The outside southbound lane between East Sheridan Street and East Cantrell Street will be closed while SAK... Read more
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Times News
Footing the billGov. Tom Wolf likes to get out and about, but he doesn’t always drive the Jeep
Footing the bill
Times News / Posted yesterday
Gov. Tom Wolf likes to get out and about, but he doesn’t always drive the Jeep that has given him a folksy appeal during his campaign and first year in office. Pennsylvania is a large state — it’s more than 283 miles long and up to 160 miles wide —... Read more
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FOX 12 Oregon
Deputies arrest serial ATV theft suspects in Yamhill Co.Two men accused of stealing at least three ATVs were arrested in rural Yamhill
Deputies arrest serial ATV theft suspects in Yamhill Co.
FOX 12 Oregon / Posted yesterday
Two men accused of stealing at least three ATVs were arrested in rural Yamhill County. Deputies responded to the 24000 block of Mt. Richmond Road in Yamhill on Aug. 18 on the report of a stranger on the property. Andrew Richter, 25, was detained at... Read more
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OregonLive.com
Yamhill police arrest two in string of ATV theftsYamhill County sheriff's deputies arrested two men in a "rash" of ATV thefts in
Yamhill police arrest two in string of ATV thefts
OregonLive.com / Posted yesterday
Yamhill County sheriff's deputies arrested two men in a "rash" of ATV thefts in and around rural Yamhill earlier this month. On Aug. 18, deputies responded to the 24000 block of Mt. Richmond Road on reports of a trespass in progress. They arrived... Read more
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WTHR Indianapolis
Operation Football Battle Plan - Week Three - Sept. 4, 2015Can you feel the heat? We're already in week three, but it still feels like sum
Operation Football Battle Plan - Week Three - Sept. 4, 2015
WTHR Indianapolis / Posted yesterday
Can you feel the heat? We're already in week three, but it still feels like summer! Here's the Battle Plan for this week: We kick Friday off bright and early at Beech Grove High School starting with live reports at 6:00 am. Rich Nye reports from... Read more
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FOX 59 Indianapolis
Brothers arrested after stealing dog food, beer from Columbus storeDavid Clark (left) and Michael Clark (right) COLUMBUS, Ind. (Aug. 31, 2015) –
Brothers arrested after stealing dog food, beer from Columbus store
FOX 59 Indianapolis / Posted yesterday
David Clark (left) and Michael Clark (right) COLUMBUS, Ind. (Aug. 31, 2015) – Police arrested a pair of Sheridan brothers on several charges after employees caught them stealing from a Columbus store. Officers from the Columbus Police Department... Read more
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