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OMA's 'Florida Prize': A winning exhibit
With our busy summer of family visiting their favorite uncles, I almost missed "Florida Prize in Contemporary Art" at the Orlando Museum of Art. The invitational exhibition featured 10 of the most...
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Orlando Museum of Art
Legislative candidates address economic issues at...
Local candidates for the General Assembly got a chance Wednesday morning to let business owners know what they would do, if elected, to help improve the state's economy. State Rep. Brenda Kupchick,...
Read more at The Fairfield Citizen
Knifepoint robbery in Egham leaves man 'badly sha...
A man was left "badly shaken" after being robbed at knifepoint in Egham on Tuesday night (September 16). The 31-year-old man was walking through a park next to Egham
, which leads into...
Read more at Surrey Advertiser
Lorry removed after hitting bridge railway bridge
A lorry which struck a bridge has been removed. Police in Walthamstow cordoned off an area of Wood Street, outside the
, at around midday when the vehicle became lodged beneath the...
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Detour trucks around Mater Hospital to save lives...
Brisbane City Council and state government planning authorities will have blood on their hands if quick steps are not taken to remove heavy vehicles from Stanley Street near the Mater Hospital, a...
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The North West Star
Brisbane City Council
Police investigate train station altercation
altercationBritish Transport Police would like to speak to this man. AN ALTERCATION involving a man and a group of youths with bicycles is being investigated by the...
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British Transport Police
The 2014 International Student Guide: Great Place...
Twenty years ago, studying business abroad was only for the adventurous or the downright quirky. Today, it’s increasingly commonplace. Why? Because employers of all sizes are now searching for – and...
Read more at Forbes
Shellharbour Junction station signs go up before ...
The ongoing debacle surrounding the naming of the new $39 million railway station at Dunmore has taken yet another twist. New signs have been installed on the platforms of the $39 million railway...
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Breakfast with Ina: Whisk, Fuel, Cafe Selmarie
Last year, Ina Pinkney closed her namesake restaurant, Ina's, in the West Loop after 33 years in business. She is now enjoying dining out for breakfast and highlighting places people might not know...
Read more at Chicago Tribune
Livermore: Traffic congestion, safety on Tesla Ro...
LIVERMORE -- Residents living along Tesla Road turned out in force to hear Alameda County consultants present their recommendations for improving safety along the primarily rural road. About 80...
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Inside Bay Area
Contra Costa Times Newspapers
Livermore Public Library
Air Strikes on ISIS Worry Family of French Runaway
President Barack Obama delivers an address to the nation on the U.S. counterterrorism strategy to combat ISIS, Sept. 10, 2014.Credit: Official White House photo by Chuck Kennedy PARIS...
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Norwich businesses left frustrated by claims broa...
Norwich businesses left frustrated by claims broadband is better than in London or Birmingham Alex Morris, of Lambda Films Innovative businesses in Norwich have dismissed claims the city has better...
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Norwich Evening News 24
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Wilton Center Earns $425K State Grant For Sidewal...
WILTON, Conn. – Wilton is one of 13 communities across the state that will share in $5 million in state grants from the Main Street Investment Fund, which the town will use to improve sidewalks...
Read more at The Daily Voice - Wilton
Department of Housing
Dannel P. Malloy
Forgotten your purse? Just wave your wrist
YouTube.comUsers can load money on to the band from their debit or credit card via the bPay website and then make purchases up to a value of �20 on a single item. London - Wallets and purses could...
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International Business Times
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Vehicle hits pedestrian in busy Shawlands street
The pedestrian - who has not been named - was struck as they walked on Kilmarnock Road, in Shawlands at around 7pm yesterday. It is not known what injuries he suffered but he were rushed to the...
Read more at EveningTimes Online
Ken Travers calls for an end to train station par...
Law-abiding parkers are being hit with parking infringements. Opposition transport spokesman Ken Travers has called on the State Government to issue a moratorium on
Read more at WA Today
Public Transport Authority
Glasgow Games: How a Sports Spectacle Might Undo ...
Clyde the Thistle mascot dolls in the Commonwealth Games superstore. Photo by Bob Mackin. An enduring image of the closing ceremony for the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games was not the tents from...
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Your Voice Tuesday September 16
During a recent visit to a bingo hall, I witnessed something that made me angry and cringe. Two young women kept turning around and staring at a young person who had special needs. The person in...
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China begins trial of Ilham Tohti
Chinese authorities began trying the Uighur academic Ilham Tohti on charges of “separatism” on Wednesday morning, in what human rights groups have called a “travesty of justice” that underscores the...
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New Jersey Herald
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Vecchia giving away pizza in Phoenixville
One side-effect of the recent pizza boom is the heightened demand for good pizzamakers. As Frank Nattle of the Phoenixville pizza destination Vecchia(249 Bridge St.) prepares for the imminent opening...
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