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Teen, 17 made big impression on friends in Freehold Borough | February 4, 2016By CHRISTINE BARCIA and MARK ROSMAN Waleed Warren FREEHOLD — Friends and famil
Teen, 17 made big impression on friends in Freehold Borough | February 4, 2016
News Transcript / Posted 4 days ago
By CHRISTINE BARCIA and MARK ROSMAN Waleed Warren FREEHOLD — Friends and family members were stunned by the accidental death of a Freehold Borough teenager who died on Jan. 22. Waleed Warren, 17, a junior at Freehold High School, died in an... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Munro's all-round performance keeps Rugby Red at the topWAYNE Munro turned back the clock for Rugby Red on Saturday, ensuring his side
Munro's all-round performance keeps Rugby Red at the top
Daily Liberal / Posted 5 days ago
WAYNE Munro turned back the clock for Rugby Red on Saturday, ensuring his side stay top of the Kelly Cup ladder with a fine all-round performance. Munro top-scored with 68 in his side's total of 164 before taking 5-11 as Newtown Black were dismissed... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
California’s four largest health plans could owe state $10 billion in back taxesCalifornia’s four largest health plans may be on the hook for $10 billion in st
California’s four largest health plans could owe state $10 billion in back taxes
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 16 days ago
California’s four largest health plans may be on the hook for $10 billion in state back taxes — and at least $1 billion every year going forward — if a closely watched legal case does not break their way. Should that happen, insurance industry... Read more
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Inside Bay Area
California's four largest health plans could owe state $10 billion in back taxesCalifornia's four largest health plans may be on the hook for $10 billion in st
California's four largest health plans could owe state $10 billion in back taxes
Inside Bay Area / Posted 16 days ago
California's four largest health plans may be on the hook for $10 billion in state back taxes -- and at least $1 billion every year going forward -- if a closely watched legal case does not break their way. Should that happen, insurance industry... Read more
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The Daily Review
California's four largest health plans could owe state $10 billion in back taxesCalifornia's four largest health plans may be on the hook for $10 billion in st
California's four largest health plans could owe state $10 billion in back taxes
The Daily Review / Posted 16 days ago
California's four largest health plans may be on the hook for $10 billion in state back taxes -- and at least $1 billion every year going forward -- if a closely watched legal case does not break their way. Should that happen, insurance industry... Read more
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Inside Bay Area
California's four largest health plans could owe state $10 billion in back taxesCalifornia's four largest health plans may be on the hook for $10 billion in st
California's four largest health plans could owe state $10 billion in back taxes
Inside Bay Area / Posted 16 days ago
California's four largest health plans may be on the hook for $10 billion in state back taxes -- and at least $1 billion every year going forward -- if a closely watched legal case does not break their way. Should that happen, insurance industry... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
California's four largest health plans could owe state $10 billion in back taxesCalifornia's four largest health plans may be on the hook for $10 billion in st
California's four largest health plans could owe state $10 billion in back taxes
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted 16 days ago
California's four largest health plans may be on the hook for $10 billion in state back taxes -- and at least $1 billion every year going forward -- if a closely watched legal case does not break their way. Should that happen, insurance industry... Read more
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Boston Herald
Boys hockey roundup (Jan. 6): Malden Catholic rallies to tie St. John's PrepThe champs weren’t dethroned, but that doesn’t mean St. John’s Prep is very hap
Boys hockey roundup (Jan. 6): Malden Catholic rallies to tie St. John's Prep
Boston Herald / Posted 30 days ago
The champs weren’t dethroned, but that doesn’t mean St. John’s Prep is very happy with the way Wednesday night’s rematch showdown with Malden Catholic ended. Nick Botticelli scored with 1:21 to go and second-ranked Malden Catholic rallied for a 2-2... Read more
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