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Boston prepares for huge wave of marathon visitors
BOSTON — With an expanded field of runners and the memory of last year's bombings elevating interest in one of the world's greatest races, the 2014 Boston Marathon could bring an unprecedented wave of...
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County to hear department reports Monday
By The Telegram The Finney County Commission will meet at 8:30 a.m. Monday in the commission room on the second floor of the County Administrative Center, 311 N. Ninth St. Items on the agenda...
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Spring brings extreme sports to the Poconos
Spring brings extreme sports to the Poconos April 19, 2014 Monroe County's biggest sports venue is hosting a different kind of race this weekend. Tough Mudder will be at Pocono Raceway for the...
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Chautauqua County executive ready to create jobs
MAYVILLE – In just over 100 days in office, Chautauqua County Executive Vince Horrigan told members of the Planning and Economic Development Committee that he is now on the “offense” when it comes to...
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Misspelled sign directs tourists to Eisenhower bi...
DENISON -- What's in a name? In this case, not the letter "N." Not that you'd notice, even if the misspelling was staring you in the face. "I don't know if there's anything weird about it," Pottsboro...
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Ed Murrieta: Take two hands and a friend to eat a...
Make a nori roll about the size of a cigar. Deep fry it. Don’t cut it. Serve it. Call it the sushi flauta. I’ve given you a restaurant concept, amigos and tomodachis. Why not? The sushi burrito is a...
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3 major events sure to boost local economy
Downtown businesses were already seeing big crowds as the weekend began Friday. Thousands of tourists were in town to celebrate the Easter holiday and the weekend’s Fiesta activities. “Business is...
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Officials 'closing in on' mystery pooper
The effort to spread awareness and get the scoop on the so-called mystery pooper in Ypsilanti has irritated city officials working to catch the culprit. Adams Outdoor Advertising owns the digital...
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Visit Sarasota County seeks more funding
Sarasota County — and Siesta Key in particular — has garnered a lot of online media coverage this fiscal year, largely due to Visit Sarasota County initiatives. Now the regional tourism organization,...
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Hawaii Venture Capital Association gets new presi...
Melialana James, program manager for the local Blue Startups technology accelerator, will take over as president of the Hawaii Venture Capital Association. Also joining James on the HVCA board is...
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Poster art blooms this spring for Earth Day
Maybe you’ve noticed the Earth Day poster art blooming in downtown Great Bend this spring. Wondering where all that art is coming from? Each poster is an original picture by one of over 30 young...
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The Texas Food Truckin’ Fest is Back with a Bite!...
From Australian Meat Pies to Korean Fusion to cupcakes sure to impress…the 2nd Annual Spring Texas Food Truckin’ Fest Globe Life Park in Arlington is for all kinds of foodies with more food trucks...
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Hotels, meeting venues expand in Dunwoody
Dunwoody’s new and revamped hotels along with new amenities are creating an attractive option for group business looking for the “big city feel” without having to be downtown. And it is showing:...
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Dreams continue of developing Flats in Coatesville
Tricia L. Nadolny, Inquirer Staff Writer Last updated: Friday, April 18, 2014, 1:08 AM The city's redevelopment authority bought the Flats - 22 acres below the arresting brick arches of an Amtrak...
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Renovated Jim Thorpe Visitors Center unveiled
Whether traveling by train, automobile, bicycle or white water raft, a newly renovated welcome center awaits visitors to Jim Thorpe. Located inside the old Mauch Chunk Train Station on Route 209 in...
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Washington Electric Cooperative Inc. is recognizing April 18, 2014 as National Lineman Appreciation Day to honor the hardworking men and women who work often in challenging conditions to keep the...
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Marshalltown named Iowa Great Place
Two Marshalltown projects have been awarded funds totaling $350,000 from the Iowa Great Places Citizens Advisory Board of the Department of Cultural Affairs. The funds will go the 13th Street...
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Obituary: Sacramento photographer Tom Myers, 88, ...
Tom Myers, a Sacramento photographer whose vivid images of animals, places and people in California and the West have appeared in national magazines, books and on greeting cards, died April 7 of...
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Chattanooga Visitors Center shrinks again
The Chattanooga Visitors Center is shrinking, again. Four years ago, the center -- which aims to orient visitors to the city with brochures, knowledgeable staff and other resources -- filled almost a...
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Tournament in search of catfish on Missouri River
A professional catfish tournament will be casting into the Missouri River on Saturday. The Cabela’s King Kat Tournament Trail will hold the day’s weigh-in at 4 p.m. at the Noren Access in north...
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