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Preserve Kitty Stone Elementary - Re “Jacksonvill...
Re “Jacksonville City Council OKs $170k annual payment for construction of a new school” (News article, Dec. 10): The big news is that Jacksonville is getting a “new school.” The City Council has...
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Hip to be Square
Bradley Sanchez saved $4,000 in startup costs before even opening the doors of The Salad Shop in late October. Eugene Anderson, co-owner of The Krewe du Brew coffee shop in New Orleans, saves himself...
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Pathway for access
Jaime Blanton says she just wants access. To public restrooms and romantic dining areas on upper floors; through aisles cluttered with so much merchandise that she can’t maneuver her wheelchair. So...
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Can you escape the colliery and make it to daylig...
This festive season will probably see most kids’ must-have present lists dominated by the likes of a Playstation 4 or the X-Box 360. But, back in the days when 3D was just a unit of currency and PC...
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Cincinnati is one of the most beautiful cities in...
Jim Tarbell is a former Cincinnati City Council member. He lives in Over-the-Rhine. I am so fortunate to have grown up in the city of Cincinnati and the village of Hyde Park in the 1940s and 1950s....
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The late Art and Mary Miller of Helena were married 45 years before they passed away. Now, five of their sons, all 70 and older, are following their parents' example. The five have celebrated their...
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San Simeon quake: 10 years later, how Paso rose f...
Three days before Christmas, 10 years ago today, Nick Sherwin was inside Pan Jewelers with his wife and two customers when the San Simeon earthquake hit. When the violent shaking was over, the second...
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Last-minute shoppers brave cold, damp day
For sisters Sally and Sara Shutler, the raw afternoon weather at the Country Club Plaza was no match for the warmth of reuniting for a girls’ day outing. “Family and love, that’s what the season is...
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No-bid deal to expand legislative offices downtow...
The lawmakers have moved out and giant construction cranes have taken over a stretch of downtown as work begins on an expensive redo of the Anchorage legislative building. When it's all done, not...
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Civic awards nominations open
Civic awards nominations openAxbridge. A town council is asking residents to nominate people for a civic award. To send a link to this page to a friend, you must be logged in. The Axbridge...
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Protest Song writer speaks about the 'wonderful' ...
Two years after the Occupy camp at St Paul’s cathedral, playwright Tim Price is taking it to the stage in Protest Song. Tim told Socialist Worker, “I just thought 2011 was an extraordinary year, with...
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Museum subsidy to be £200,000 a year « Shropshire...
Council leader Keith Barrow revealed that plans to charge visitors up to £4 for entry – which were voted through by councillors on Thursday – will still not be enough to cover the running costs of the...
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Positives far outweigh any negatives of GFH’s yea...
On this day in 2012, Shaun Harvey sat between David Haigh and Salem Patel and announced that Leeds United had officially been sold by Ken Bates to GFH Capital. Bates himself was nowhere to be seen....
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Former city politician fiercely supported buildin...
KITCHENER — Bob Wagner was an old-fashioned politician who believed his job was to serve the greater community and not be swayed by smaller, if louder, factions. That was never truer than during the...
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Portland’s light rail model is worth considering
Editor: Re: SkyTrain model worth supporting over LRT (The Times, Dec. 10) The writer makes claims for and against the SkyTrain over LRT. The one that caught my eye was, “a negative business case:...
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Signs And Decorations Brighten Up Sherman Square
SHERMAN, TX -- Part of Sherman is looking a little bit brighter for the holidays. Decorations including candy canes and Christmas trees are lighting up the Courthouse square, along with new...
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This Year's Conflicts In 21 Powerful Images
Loading Slideshow World In Conflict A Christian man chases a suspected Seleka officer in civilian clothes with a knife near the airport in Bangui, Central African Republic, Monday Dec. 9, 2013. Both...
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City wants to make sure food given to homeless pe...
Hundreds of homeless people are in the city, and lots of services try to meet their needs. A proposed new city ordinance could make it more difficult for groups to help feed needy people, at least...
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Car just off the pace
Story Tools PATRICK Pace Car, the Logan City Council initiative to improve pedestrian safety around schools, has missed out on taking out a national road safety award after making into the top...
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Queensland Police Service
Anna, voiced by Kristen Bell, goes to the rescue in Frozen. Verdict: Disney puts a modern twist on the princess fairy tale Old-school musical numbers, feisty princesses, funny sidekicks and a mix of...
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