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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
Weekend CalendarHours: 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday, 1-5 p.m. Sunday. (479) 784-2787. GARVA
Weekend Calendar
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 4 hours ago
Hours: 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday, 1-5 p.m. Sunday. (479) 784-2787. GARVAN WOODLAND GARDENS 550 Arkridge Road, Hot Springs. "America's Splendid Beauty," Tim Gorman, Magnolia Room, today. "Brushwood Dance," Gary Smith, Garden Grounds,... Read more
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Salt Lake City Weekly
Mining Memoriesthen through the leafy, quiet rural idyll of Copperton, past barren, overgrown
Mining Memories
Salt Lake City Weekly / Posted 18 hours ago
then through the leafy, quiet rural idyll of Copperton, past barren, overgrown land on the right, before cresting a hill—only to be closed off by several 2-foot-high concrete blocks. On foot, the hill drops down toward the former town of... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
How one of Norwich’s hidden gems is enjoying a new lease of lifePhoto: Steve Adams It was a commanding view for the commander of a rebel army
How one of Norwich’s hidden gems is enjoying a new lease of life
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 19 hours ago
Photo: Steve Adams It was a commanding view for the commander of a rebel army in 1549 and it remains one of the city’s most impressive vistas. For years, it was quite literally one of Norwich’s best hidden secrets, a veritable fairytale... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
How one of Norwich’s hidden gems is enjoying a new lease of lifePhoto: Steve Adams It was a commanding view for the commander of a rebel army
How one of Norwich’s hidden gems is enjoying a new lease of life
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 20 hours ago
Photo: Steve Adams It was a commanding view for the commander of a rebel army in 1549 and it remains one of the city’s most impressive vistas. For years, it was quite literally one of Norwich’s best hidden secrets, a veritable fairytale... Read more
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The News & Observer
Jillian Johnson: Can activist also lead?Durham City Councilwoman Jillian Johnson: Can an activist also lead? | News & O
Jillian Johnson: Can activist also lead?
The News & Observer / Posted 20 hours ago
Durham City Councilwoman Jillian Johnson: Can an activist also lead? | News & Observer June 28, 2016 3:00 PM Jillian Johnson’s controversial Facebook post spurred backlash But some supporters say this is... Read more
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Slate
How Angels in America Became the Defining Work of American Art of the Past 25 Years(dramaturg, Eureka Theatre, 1981–88; artistic director, 1988–89; co-director of
How Angels in America Became the Defining Work of American Art of the Past 25 Years
Slate / Posted yesterday
(dramaturg, Eureka Theatre, 1981–88; artistic director, 1988–89; co-director of the Los Angeles production): It was the spring of 1985. We were supposed to see a show at the Public, and we’d missed the curtain. There was no late seating. But we... Read more
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Weirton Daily Times
Weir High’s 100th class has history behind itH. Jabler was principal. The school developed into a four-year high school in 1
Weir High’s 100th class has history behind it
Weirton Daily Times / Posted 2 days ago
H. Jabler was principal. The school developed into a four-year high school in 1916 under Principal A.A. McEndree. Spring of 1916 - The Weir High Baseball team, the schools first sports team, was formed. All games were played away from home... Read more
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Al.com
Community meeting serves as call to action in Michael Moore case"We've come tonight to send a message to the city of Mobile," said the Rev. Dr.
Community meeting serves as call to action in Michael Moore case
Al.com / Posted 2 days ago
"We've come tonight to send a message to the city of Mobile," said the Rev. Dr. Clinton Johnson in the fervent call to action that closed a Monday night community meeting on the aftermath of the police shooting of Michael Moore. "We've been sitting... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Remember when Greece said 'Oxi': the EU will play hardball in dealing with Brexitat having taught Brussels a lesson. European Parliament president Martin Schult
Remember when Greece said 'Oxi': the EU will play hardball in dealing with Brexit
Brisbane Times / Posted 3 days ago
at having taught Brussels a lesson. European Parliament president Martin Schultz, Mr Juncker and (far right) European Council president Donald Tusk meet in Brussels on the morning after the Brexit vote. Photo: AP We now see street protests to... Read more
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WA Today
Remember when Greece said 'Oxi': the EU will play hardball in dealing with Brexitat having taught Brussels a lesson. European Parliament president Martin Schult
Remember when Greece said 'Oxi': the EU will play hardball in dealing with Brexit
WA Today / Posted 3 days ago
at having taught Brussels a lesson. European Parliament president Martin Schultz, Mr Juncker and (far right) European Council president Donald Tusk meet in Brussels on the morning after the Brexit vote. Photo: AP We now see street protests to... Read more
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The Age
Remember when Greece said 'Oxi': the EU will play hardball in dealing with Brexitalmost certainly out the European Union European Parliament president Martin S
Remember when Greece said 'Oxi': the EU will play hardball in dealing with Brexit
The Age / Posted 3 days ago
almost certainly out the European Union European Parliament president Martin Schultz, Mr Juncker and (far right) European Council president Donald Tusk meet in Brussels on the morning after the Brexit vote. Photo: AP As far as Brussels is... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Remember when Greece said 'Oxi': the EU will play hardball in dealing with BrexitParliament president Martin Schultz, European Commission president Jean-Claude
Remember when Greece said 'Oxi': the EU will play hardball in dealing with Brexit
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 3 days ago
Parliament president Martin Schultz, European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker and (far right) European Council president Donald Tusk meet in Brussels on the morning after the Brexit vote. Photo: AP As far as Brussels is... Read more
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Canberra Times
Remember when Greece said 'Oxi': the EU will play hardball in dealing with BrexitEuropean Parliament president Martin Schultz, European Commission president Jea
Remember when Greece said 'Oxi': the EU will play hardball in dealing with Brexit
Canberra Times / Posted 3 days ago
European Parliament president Martin Schultz, European Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker and (far right) European Council president Donald Tusk meet in Brussels on the morning after the Brexit vote. Photo: AP We now see street protests to... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Do it: Your guide to area entertainment and eventsadmission; donations welcome. 570-831-5233 or tunkhannockrotary.org. ALL-AMERI
Do it: Your guide to area entertainment and events
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 4 days ago
admission; donations welcome. 570-831-5233 or tunkhannockrotary.org. ALL-AMERICAN PATRIOTIC MUSIC: July 3, 7 p.m. Salt Springs State Park, Franklin Forks. 570-945-3239 or friendsofsaltspringspark.org. AN OLD FASHIONED FOURTH OF JULY... Read more
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Jefferson City News Tribune
19 area students attend Girls Stateand Lisa Garritano, attends Blair Oaks High School. Her honors and activities i
19 area students attend Girls State
Jefferson City News Tribune / Posted 4 days ago
and Lisa Garritano, attends Blair Oaks High School. Her honors and activities include: National Honor Society, Student Council, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Blair Oaks Select Choir and Blair Oaks Dance team. She volunteers for many church... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Support Groups7 p.m. Mondays, Argyle Church of Christ, 7310 Collins Road. Refreshments. (904)
Support Groups
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 4 days ago
7 p.m. Mondays, Argyle Church of Christ, 7310 Collins Road. Refreshments. (904) 778-4721. ■ Compulsive Gambling, Florida Council. 24-hour helpline, (888) 236-4848 (ADMIT IT). ■ Dinner and a meeting, 6-7 p.m. Fridays, SafeHouse of Jacksonville,... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Places to go and things to do in Northeast Pa.admission; donations welcome. 570-831-5233 or tunkhannock rotary.org. ALL-AMER
Places to go and things to do in Northeast Pa.
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 5 days ago
admission; donations welcome. 570-831-5233 or tunkhannock rotary.org. ALL-AMERICAN PATRIOTIC MUSIC: July 3, 7 p.m. Salt Springs State Park, Franklin Forks. 570-945-3239 or friendsofsaltspringspark.org. AN OLD FASHIONED FOURTH OF JULY... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
TGIF: Your guide to area meetings and eventsadmission; donations welcome. 570-831-5233 or tunkhannockrotary.org. ALL-AMERI
TGIF: Your guide to area meetings and events
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 6 days ago
admission; donations welcome. 570-831-5233 or tunkhannockrotary.org. ALL-AMERICAN PATRIOTIC MUSIC: July 3, 7 p.m. Salt Springs State Park, Franklin Forks. 570-945-3239 or friendsofsaltspringspark.org. AN OLD FASHIONED FOURTH OF JULY... Read more
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KXXV Waco
National Storieswho crafted the rules dropped an insistence on fingerprint background checks.Mo
National Stories
KXXV Waco / Posted 6 days ago
who crafted the rules dropped an insistence on fingerprint background checks.More >> After weeks of debate, Chicago's City Council approved compromise measures Wednesday placing at least some restrictions on two ventures at the core of the... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Reporters’ Notebookthis date in 1916, “Intelligence recognizes what has happened. Genius recognize
Reporters’ Notebook
The Buffalo News / Posted 6 days ago
this date in 1916, “Intelligence recognizes what has happened. Genius recognizes what will happen.” WATER WISDOM – Buffalo City Swim Racers, which wants every child to learn water skills that could save their lives, will host their third annual... Read more
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The Mercury News
Silicon Valley Clean Energy Authority selects its CEOseven years in Roseville as a utility director for Roseville Electric bringing
Silicon Valley Clean Energy Authority selects its CEO
The Mercury News / Posted 6 days ago
seven years in Roseville as a utility director for Roseville Electric bringing and distributing renewable energy to the city. In his CEO position, Habashi will direct the organization's operations, strategic planning and more. Silicon Valley... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Your guide to area meetings and eventsadmission; donations welcome. 570-831-5233 or tunkhannockrotary.org. ALL-AMERI
Your guide to area meetings and events
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 7 days ago
admission; donations welcome. 570-831-5233 or tunkhannockrotary.org. ALL-AMERICAN PATRIOTIC MUSIC: July 3, 7 p.m. Salt Springs State Park, Franklin Forks. 570-945-3239 or friendsofsaltspringspark.org. AN OLD FASHIONED FOURTH OF JULY... Read more
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BC Local News
EVENTS GUIDE for June 23 and beyond (Surrey, North Deltaand ticket information, visit Allstarwrestling.ca or call 604-710-0872. Party
EVENTS GUIDE for June 23 and beyond (Surrey, North Delta
BC Local News / Posted 7 days ago
and ticket information, visit Allstarwrestling.ca or call 604-710-0872. Party on the Block event on Thursday, June 23 on City Parkway, between 106th and 107A Ave., from 4 to 7 p.m. “Grab your wheels and roll on over for a fun afternoon,” with... Read more
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Brandon Sun
North Hill residents slam subdivisionstorey and two-storey on the southern parcel of the land southeast of Braecrest
North Hill residents slam subdivision
Brandon Sun / Posted 7 days ago
storey and two-storey on the southern parcel of the land southeast of Braecrest Drive and 18th Street North. Several North Hill residents spoke out at city council against a development plan for property near the corner of Braecrest Drive and 18th... Read more
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Daily Liberal
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losersPublic transport users A $10.5 billion investment in public transport next yea
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
Daily Liberal / Posted 9 days ago
Public transport users A $10.5 billion investment in public transport next year, including $1.4 billion to start the Metro City and Southwest, and $1.3 billion to build eight metro stations for the Metro Northwest. Buses get a $108 million boost... Read more
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The Border Mail
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losersPublic transport users A $10.5 billion investment in public transport next yea
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
The Border Mail / Posted 9 days ago
Public transport users A $10.5 billion investment in public transport next year, including $1.4 billion to start the Metro City and Southwest, and $1.3 billion to build eight metro stations for the Metro Northwest. Buses get a $108 million boost... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losersPublic transport users A $10.5 billion investment in public transport next yea
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 9 days ago
Public transport users A $10.5 billion investment in public transport next year, including $1.4 billion to start the Metro City and Southwest, and $1.3 billion to build eight metro stations for the Metro Northwest. Buses get a $108 million boost... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losersPublic transport users A $10.5 billion investment in public transport next yea
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 9 days ago
Public transport users A $10.5 billion investment in public transport next year, including $1.4 billion to start the Metro City and Southwest, and $1.3 billion to build eight metro stations for the Metro Northwest. Buses get a $108 million boost... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losersPublic transport users A $10.5 billion investment in public transport next yea
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 9 days ago
Public transport users A $10.5 billion investment in public transport next year, including $1.4 billion to start the Metro City and Southwest, and $1.3 billion to build eight metro stations for the Metro Northwest. Buses get a $108 million boost... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and loserstransport users: A $10.5 billion investment in public transport next year, incl
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 9 days ago
transport users: A $10.5 billion investment in public transport next year, including $1.4 billion to start the Metro City and Southwest, and $1.3 billion to build eight metro stations for the Metro Northwest. Buses get a $108 million boost... Read more
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The Young Witness
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losersPublic transport users A $10.5 billion investment in public transport next yea
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
The Young Witness / Posted 9 days ago
Public transport users A $10.5 billion investment in public transport next year, including $1.4 billion to start the Metro City and Southwest, and $1.3 billion to build eight metro stations for the Metro Northwest. Buses get a $108 million boost... Read more
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The Young Witness
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and loserstransport users: A $10.5 billion investment in public transport next year, incl
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
The Young Witness / Posted 9 days ago
transport users: A $10.5 billion investment in public transport next year, including $1.4 billion to start the Metro City and Southwest, and $1.3 billion to build eight metro stations for the Metro Northwest. Buses get a $108 million boost... Read more
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Western Advocate
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losersPublic transport users A $10.5 billion investment in public transport next yea
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
Western Advocate / Posted 9 days ago
Public transport users A $10.5 billion investment in public transport next year, including $1.4 billion to start the Metro City and Southwest, and $1.3 billion to build eight metro stations for the Metro Northwest. Buses get a $108 million boost... Read more
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Western Advocate
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and loserstransport users: A $10.5 billion investment in public transport next year, incl
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
Western Advocate / Posted 9 days ago
transport users: A $10.5 billion investment in public transport next year, including $1.4 billion to start the Metro City and Southwest, and $1.3 billion to build eight metro stations for the Metro Northwest. Buses get a $108 million boost... Read more
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Kiama Independent
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and loserstransport users: A $10.5 billion investment in public transport next year, incl
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
Kiama Independent / Posted 9 days ago
transport users: A $10.5 billion investment in public transport next year, including $1.4 billion to start the Metro City and Southwest, and $1.3 billion to build eight metro stations for the Metro Northwest. Buses get a $108 million boost... Read more
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Manning River Times
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and loserstransport users: A $10.5 billion investment in public transport next year, incl
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
Manning River Times / Posted 9 days ago
transport users: A $10.5 billion investment in public transport next year, including $1.4 billion to start the Metro City and Southwest, and $1.3 billion to build eight metro stations for the Metro Northwest. Buses get a $108 million boost... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and loserstransport users: A $10.5 billion investment in public transport next year, incl
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 9 days ago
transport users: A $10.5 billion investment in public transport next year, including $1.4 billion to start the Metro City and Southwest, and $1.3 billion to build eight metro stations for the Metro Northwest. Buses get a $108 million boost... Read more
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The North West Star
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and loserstransport users: A $10.5 billion investment in public transport next year, incl
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
The North West Star / Posted 9 days ago
transport users: A $10.5 billion investment in public transport next year, including $1.4 billion to start the Metro City and Southwest, and $1.3 billion to build eight metro stations for the Metro Northwest. Buses get a $108 million boost... Read more
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Daily Liberal
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and loserstransport users: A $10.5 billion investment in public transport next year, incl
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
Daily Liberal / Posted 9 days ago
transport users: A $10.5 billion investment in public transport next year, including $1.4 billion to start the Metro City and Southwest, and $1.3 billion to build eight metro stations for the Metro Northwest. Buses get a $108 million boost... Read more
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The Border Mail
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and loserstransport users: A $10.5 billion investment in public transport next year, incl
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
The Border Mail / Posted 9 days ago
transport users: A $10.5 billion investment in public transport next year, including $1.4 billion to start the Metro City and Southwest, and $1.3 billion to build eight metro stations for the Metro Northwest. Buses get a $108 million boost... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and loserstransport users: A $10.5 billion investment in public transport next year, incl
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 9 days ago
transport users: A $10.5 billion investment in public transport next year, including $1.4 billion to start the Metro City and Southwest, and $1.3 billion to build eight metro stations for the Metro Northwest. Buses get a $108 million boost... Read more
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The Courier
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and loserstransport users: A $10.5 billion investment in public transport next year, incl
NSW Budget 2016: Winners and losers
The Courier / Posted 9 days ago
transport users: A $10.5 billion investment in public transport next year, including $1.4 billion to start the Metro City and Southwest, and $1.3 billion to build eight metro stations for the Metro Northwest. Buses get a $108 million boost... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
What did your region get in the Budget?$73.3 billion infrastructure spend, the NSW Government will start spending the
What did your region get in the Budget?
Daily Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
$73.3 billion infrastructure spend, the NSW Government will start spending the proceeds of the lease the state’s electricity assets — with $6.6 billion reaped from the first stage of the sell-off. The funds will go to spending on key... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
NSW Budget 2016: winners and loserstransport users A $10.5 billion investment in public transport next year, incl
NSW Budget 2016: winners and losers
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 days ago
transport users A $10.5 billion investment in public transport next year, including $1.4 billion to start the Metro City and Southwest, and $1.3 billion to build eight metro stations for the Metro Northwest. Buses get a $108 million boost... Read more
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Al.com
6 North Alabama communities added to Main Street Downtown Networktaking a regional approach toward downtown revitalization through a new partner
6 North Alabama communities added to Main Street Downtown Network
Al.com / Posted 9 days ago
taking a regional approach toward downtown revitalization through a new partnership with the North Central Alabama Regional Council of Governments. The statewide organization is working with NARCOG to add Courtland, Eva, Falkville, Hanceville,... Read more
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NBC 12 Richmond
Bike sharing proposal would connect businesses, parks in RichmondThe Richmond Planning Commission is set to vote Monday on a bike sharing progra
Bike sharing proposal would connect businesses, parks in Richmond
NBC 12 Richmond / Posted 9 days ago
The Richmond Planning Commission is set to vote Monday on a bike sharing program that would link several areas in the city to make it easy for people to travel by bike. The city has partnered with Bewegen Technologies to study bike routes in the... Read more
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The Middletown Press
Chamber Corner: Middletown’s Cruise Night draws thousands to Main StreetOrchards, Middlesex Music Academy and All American Productions. I also want to
Chamber Corner: Middletown’s Cruise Night draws thousands to Main Street
The Middletown Press / Posted 10 days ago
Orchards, Middlesex Music Academy and All American Productions. I also want to again thank The Eastern Chapter Over the Hill Gang Car Club and the Connecticut Military Car Club for their assistance at the event. Proceeds from Cruise Night will... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Around the Towns, June 19, 2016wrap up within 60 days of the groundbreaking. — CLAYTON OVER cover@timesshamr
Around the Towns, June 19, 2016
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 11 days ago
wrap up within 60 days of the groundbreaking. — CLAYTON OVER cover@timesshamrock.com, @ClaytonOver on Twitter Dickson City Geoffrey Sekelsky will be a delegate to the Congress of Future Science and Technology Leaders in Lowell,... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Support Groups7 p.m. Mondays, Argyle Church of Christ, 7310 Collins Road. Refreshments. (904)
Support Groups
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 11 days ago
7 p.m. Mondays, Argyle Church of Christ, 7310 Collins Road. Refreshments. (904) 778-4721. ■ Compulsive Gambling, Florida Council. 24-hour helpline, (888) 236-4848 (ADMIT IT). ■ Dinner and a meeting, 6-7 p.m. Fridays, SafeHouse of Jacksonville,... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Community events listings, June 18, 2016all-you-can-eat pig roast, July 17, noon-4 p.m., grounds of St. Mary’s School (
Community events listings, June 18, 2016
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 12 days ago
all-you-can-eat pig roast, July 17, noon-4 p.m., grounds of St. Mary’s School (under tent/in auditorium), Hawthorne and Spring streets; takeouts, 11 a.m.-noon, cash prize grand raffle, basket raffle, children’s games, bake sale; $20/adults,... Read more
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