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MLive.com
CMU Welcome Weekend 2015 to see more police on the streetsMOUNT PLEASANT, MI – The city of Mount Pleasant is gearing up for the annual in
CMU Welcome Weekend 2015 to see more police on the streets
MLive.com / Posted yesterday
MOUNT PLEASANT, MI – The city of Mount Pleasant is gearing up for the annual influx of thousands of college students coming to Central Michigan University. "Welcome Weekend" will see CMU students flood the area of Main and Washington streets to... Read more
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The Champaign News-Gazette
Warrants issued for witnesses in weapons case; accused faces new chargeURBANA — A Champaign teen accused in one Champaign County gun case in which wit
Warrants issued for witnesses in weapons case; accused faces new charge
The Champaign News-Gazette / Posted yesterday
URBANA — A Champaign teen accused in one Champaign County gun case in which witnesses are afraid to testify against him has been charged in a separate case with shooting a man. Shamario Brown, 17, who last lived in the 400 block of West Bradley... Read more
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The Kitsap Sun
Police searching for driver who hit man in a wheelchairKENNEWICK, Wash. (AP) - Kennewick police are looking for the driver in a fatal
Police searching for driver who hit man in a wheelchair
The Kitsap Sun / Posted 2 days ago
KENNEWICK, Wash. (AP) - Kennewick police are looking for the driver in a fatal hit and run crash involving a man in a wheelchair. KNDU-TV reports (http://bit.ly/1MTvUIE ) that police were called to East Eighth and South Washington streets at about 9... Read more
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The Champaign News-Gazette
A lot to be proud aboutCHAMPAIGN — When the Supreme Court voted to legalize same-sex marriage for all
A lot to be proud about
The Champaign News-Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
CHAMPAIGN — When the Supreme Court voted to legalize same-sex marriage for all earlier this summer, it not only left a mark on American history. It also revolutionized the vibe of Pride celebrations for years to come. Take it from a couple local... Read more
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The Champaign News-Gazette
Champaign man arrested for hijacking a minivanURBANA — A Champaign man is due back in court on Oct. 20 after being arrested f
Champaign man arrested for hijacking a minivan
The Champaign News-Gazette / Posted 3 days ago
URBANA — A Champaign man is due back in court on Oct. 20 after being arrested for hijacking a minivan while brandishing a knife. Tyree Dominique Leshoure, 32, who listed an address in the 500 block of East Columbia Avenue, was charged Monday with... Read more
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The Mining Journal
Police Log- 2:18 p.m., property damage accident, U.S. 41 South near Tonti Road - 2:58 p.
Police Log
The Mining Journal / Posted 4 days ago
- 2:18 p.m., property damage accident, U.S. 41 South near Tonti Road - 2:58 p.m., peace officer to retrieve belongings, 100 block West Spring Street - 3:34 p.m., property damage accident, 200 block Meeske Avenue - 3:35 p.m., disabled vehicle towed... Read more
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The Martinsburg Journal
Samuel FultonBorn Nov. 19, 1929, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, he was the son of the late Law
Samuel Fulton
The Martinsburg Journal / Posted 5 days ago
Born Nov. 19, 1929, in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, he was the son of the late Lawrence McKinley and Mary Elizabeth Pagliaro Fulton. He attended St. Agnes Catholic Church in Arlington, and St. John Neumann Catholic Church in Berlin, Maryland. He was a... Read more
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Oakland Tribune
Trash receptacles take flight in Old OaklandThis past year a group calling themselves Old Oakland Neighbors were looking to
Trash receptacles take flight in Old Oakland
Oakland Tribune / Posted 6 days ago
This past year a group calling themselves Old Oakland Neighbors were looking to strengthen their neighborhood identity and do their part to divert litter from clogging the storm drains and polluting the bay. As part of the effort, Brook Vanderford... Read more
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FOX 8 WGHP
Burlington police issue warrant for suspect in armed robberyBURLINGTON, N.C. — Police have issued a warrant for arrest for a man they say i
Burlington police issue warrant for suspect in armed robbery
FOX 8 WGHP / Posted 7 days ago
BURLINGTON, N.C. — Police have issued a warrant for arrest for a man they say is responsible for robbing a person at gunpoint earlier this month. Mario Lenndale Williams, 18, of 208 E. Sixth St. in Weldon, is wanted for one count of robbery with a... Read more
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Boston Globe
First snow, then heat, now rain: Delays on commuter rail Friday morningA train at Harvard Square Station on March 20, 1912, before the station officia
First snow, then heat, now rain: Delays on commuter rail Friday morning
Boston Globe / Posted 7 days ago
A train at Harvard Square Station on March 20, 1912, before the station officially opened. The elevated line at South Station in 1901. Boston was the fourth major city in the United States to get an elevated rapid transit system. Almost the entire... Read more
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Anderson Independent-Mail
Sanders brings his upstart campaign to S.C.COLUMBIA - Bernie Sanders, the self-proclaimed Vermont socialist who is seeking
Sanders brings his upstart campaign to S.C.
Anderson Independent-Mail / Posted 7 days ago
COLUMBIA - Bernie Sanders, the self-proclaimed Vermont socialist who is seeking the Democratic nomination for president, has drawn huge crowds in Iowa, New Hampshire and on the West Coast. But will that interest carry over into South Carolina?... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Off to schoolThe 2015-2016 school year officially kicked off for Marietta, Belpre and Warren
Off to school
The Marietta Times / Posted 8 days ago
The 2015-2016 school year officially kicked off for Marietta, Belpre and Warren districts, as high school juniors entered new programs at the Washington County Career Center while 5-year-olds waved goodbye to parents on the steps of elementary... Read more
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Boston Globe
RMV joins Twitter, looks forward to your delightful, enthusiastic feedbackA train at Harvard Square Station on March 20, 1912, before the station officia
RMV joins Twitter, looks forward to your delightful, enthusiastic feedback
Boston Globe / Posted 11 days ago
A train at Harvard Square Station on March 20, 1912, before the station officially opened. The elevated line at South Station in 1901. Boston was the fourth major city in the United States to get an elevated rapid transit system. Almost the entire... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Gradual changes in diet, activity can help reduce risk of diabetesMarty and Ellen Januszkiewicz have led a standard Western New York lifestyle du
Gradual changes in diet, activity can help reduce risk of diabetes
The Buffalo News / Posted 13 days ago
Marty and Ellen Januszkiewicz have led a standard Western New York lifestyle during the last six decades. Both had largely sedentary jobs. Kept to a diet that included, to varying degrees, plenty of pizza and chicken wings. Exercised somewhat... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Gradual changes in diet, activity can greatly reduce chronic disease riskMarty and Ellen Januszkiewicz have led a standard Western New York lifestyle du
Gradual changes in diet, activity can greatly reduce chronic disease risk
The Buffalo News / Posted 13 days ago
Marty and Ellen Januszkiewicz have led a standard Western New York lifestyle during the last six decades. Both had largely sedentary jobs. Kept to a diet that included, to varying degrees, plenty of pizza and chicken wings. Exercised somewhat... Read more
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Inside Bay Area
Soroptimist International: Oakland women's service club holding fundraiser August 26,Soroptimist International of Oakland is a civic service organization with deep
Soroptimist International: Oakland women's service club holding fundraiser August 26,
Inside Bay Area / Posted 13 days ago
Soroptimist International of Oakland is a civic service organization with deep roots in the community. As a matter of fact the Oakland chapter happens to be the founding chapter for this venerable organization, which is 80,000 members strong and... Read more
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Ionia Sentinel-Standard
Volunteers install free smoke detectors to promote fire safety, preparedness Multiple community organizations teamed up Friday afternoon to help make the
Volunteers install free smoke detectors to promote fire safety, preparedness
Ionia Sentinel-Standard / Posted 14 days ago
Multiple community organizations teamed up Friday afternoon to help make the citizens of Ionia County safer in their homes. Members from the United Way of Montcalm and... Read more
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The Mining Journal
Lutey wins Range Bank raffleRange Bank recently hosted an open house and ribbon-cutting to celebrate comple
Lutey wins Range Bank raffle
The Mining Journal / Posted 15 days ago
Range Bank recently hosted an open house and ribbon-cutting to celebrate completion of its renovated, full-service banking offices in downtown Marquette. During the open house, visitors entered a raffle for a deck cooler from Lakestate Industries.... Read more
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The Columbian
C-Tran set to start work on The Vine BRT systemVancouver — C-Tran will launch construction of The Vine, its planned bus rapid
C-Tran set to start work on The Vine BRT system
The Columbian / Posted 15 days ago
Vancouver — C-Tran will launch construction of The Vine, its planned bus rapid transit system, with a groundbreaking ceremony in Vancouver later this month, the transit agency announced. The ceremony will begin at 4:30 p.m. Monday, Aug. 24, at... Read more
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The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register
Steubenville Police Talk On Crime SpotsOn Tuesday, McCafferty told City Council members he has received support from J
Steubenville Police Talk On Crime Spots
The Intelligencer and Wheeling News-Register / Posted 15 days ago
On Tuesday, McCafferty told City Council members he has received support from Jefferson County Sheriff Fred Abdalla, who agreed to assign a deputy to patrol the hilltop neighborhoods. That will allow the police to concentrate on other areas of the... Read more
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Vancouver Business Journal
C-TRAN to hold BRT groundbreaking ceremony August 24C-TRAN will hold a groundbreaking ceremony later this month to celebrate the co
C-TRAN to hold BRT groundbreaking ceremony August 24
Vancouver Business Journal / Posted 16 days ago
C-TRAN will hold a groundbreaking ceremony later this month to celebrate the construction launch of its Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project, known as The Vine. The ceremony will take place at 4:30 p.m. on Monday, August 24 at Turtle Place Park in... Read more
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The Post-Journal
Motor MayhemOriginally two separate events - Thunder in the Streets and Downtown Cruise-In
Motor Mayhem
The Post-Journal / Posted 16 days ago
Originally two separate events - Thunder in the Streets and Downtown Cruise-In - came into being after they merged. While has only been ongoing for three years, Downtown Cruise-In lasted for five years while Thunder in the... Read more
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The Post-Journal
Funny Business Is Big Business For Chautauqua CountyThe $45 million National Comedy Center will celebrate the history and craft of
Funny Business Is Big Business For Chautauqua County
The Post-Journal / Posted 19 days ago
The $45 million National Comedy Center will celebrate the history and craft of comedy and its contributors. For decades, Jamestown has celebrated native daughter Lucille Ball and her contributions to the world of comedy. This new facility will go far... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Lose the love handles: The 20-minute workoutWe don’t know who originally came up with the moniker “love handles,” but we kn
Lose the love handles: The 20-minute workout
The Buffalo News / Posted 20 days ago
We don’t know who originally came up with the moniker “love handles,” but we know we don’t agree with the cutesy nickname for this not-so-cute area. What we can get on board with is an expert-approved plan to eliminate the problem area for good.... Read more
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WBAL-TV Baltimore
Police apprehend 2 people in high-speed chase through 2 counties, cityTwo people were apprehended after eluding police in a high-speed car chase thro
Police apprehend 2 people in high-speed chase through 2 counties, city
WBAL-TV Baltimore / Posted 21 days ago
Two people were apprehended after eluding police in a high-speed car chase through two counties and Baltimore City. The chase began around 5 p.m. Thursday in south Baltimore. Police said the chase started at Ostend and Washington Streets as a... Read more
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Anderson Independent-Mail
Clemson's summer commencement will be in GreenvilleSummer graduates will leave Clemson University on Friday through Greenville. C
Clemson's summer commencement will be in Greenville
Anderson Independent-Mail / Posted 22 days ago
Summer graduates will leave Clemson University on Friday through Greenville. Clemson’s summer commencement for 850 new graduates is set to start at 11 a.m. Friday at Bon Secours Wellness Arena in downtown Greenville. The venue off the Clemson... Read more
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FOX 8 WGHP
Man stops to help stranded woman in Burlington, gets robbed and assaultedBURLINGTON, N.C. — A man was robbed and assaulted after stopping to help a woma
Man stops to help stranded woman in Burlington, gets robbed and assaulted
FOX 8 WGHP / Posted 23 days ago
BURLINGTON, N.C. — A man was robbed and assaulted after stopping to help a woman who appeared to be stranded early Wednesday morning in Burlington. The victim told police he stopped his car in the intersection of South Ireland and Washington streets... Read more
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FOX 2 News St. Louis
Kansas City man brutally beaten in possible 'knockout game' attackFrank Kenney says the men who assaulted him will one day have to answer for the
Kansas City man brutally beaten in possible 'knockout game' attack
FOX 2 News St. Louis / Posted 24 days ago
Frank Kenney says the men who assaulted him will one day have to answer for their actions. (KCTV) KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) – A Kansas City man says he doesn’t remember a thing about the brutal attack that shattered his face and sent him to the... Read more
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The Marietta Times
James A. JonesJames Arthur "Art" Jones, 79, of Marietta, Ohio, passed away Aug. 1, 2015, at h
James A. Jones
The Marietta Times / Posted 25 days ago
James Arthur "Art" Jones, 79, of Marietta, Ohio, passed away Aug. 1, 2015, at his residence surrounded by his family. Art was born Nov. 6, 1935, in Athens County to the late Walter Earl and Nellie Mae McDaniel Jones. Art started his education at... Read more
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Parkersburg News and Sentinel
James A. JonesJames Arthur "Art" Jones, 79, of Marietta, Ohio, passed away Aug. 1, 2015, at h
James A. Jones
Parkersburg News and Sentinel / Posted 25 days ago
James Arthur "Art" Jones, 79, of Marietta, Ohio, passed away Aug. 1, 2015, at his residence surrounded by his family. Funeral services will be 11 a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 5, 2015, at Sixth and Washington Streets Church of Christ, Marietta. Burial will... Read more
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The Post-Journal
In Years PastIn 1915, serious damage to the tracks of the Chautauqua Traction Company on the
In Years Past
The Post-Journal / Posted 25 days ago
In 1915, serious damage to the tracks of the Chautauqua Traction Company on the west side of Chautauqua Lake between Sylvan Park and Chautauqua, was narrowly averted Monday afternoon when a small sized cloudburst over the headwaters of Prendergast... Read more
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Dayton Daily News
Police in Dayton respond to shootingPolice and paramedics are responding to a reported shooting at North Main and W
Police in Dayton respond to shooting
Dayton Daily News / Posted 26 days ago
Police and paramedics are responding to a reported shooting at North Main and Washington streets in downtown Dayton. Scanner traffic indicated a man was seen shooting a gun at another male near McDonald’s and police found one person with gunshot... Read more
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Altoona Mirror
Huntingdon County abounds with recreationHESSTON - Swimming apparently is the most popular activity on Raystown Lake, bu
Huntingdon County abounds with recreation
Altoona Mirror / Posted 26 days ago
HESSTON - Swimming apparently is the most popular activity on Raystown Lake, but if you like to do anything in the outdoors, you most likely can do it here. This region "is your best kind of get-out-of-doorsy place," said Matt Price, executive... Read more
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Lisbon Morning Journal
Relief sought for traffic tie-upsThe issue came up at this week's council meeting, when street supervisor Jim Ol
Relief sought for traffic tie-ups
Lisbon Morning Journal / Posted 27 days ago
The issue came up at this week's council meeting, when street supervisor Jim Oliver reported he was investigating the feasibility of adding a left-turn signal to the traffic light for motorists entering town in the westbound lane of state Route... Read more
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The East Liverpool Review
Council considers adding left-turn signal to busy intersectionThe issue came up at this week's council meeting, when street supervisor Jim Ol
Council considers adding left-turn signal to busy intersection
The East Liverpool Review / Posted 27 days ago
The issue came up at this week's council meeting, when street supervisor Jim Oliver reported he was investigating the feasibility of adding a left-turn signal to the traffic light for motorists entering town in the westbound lane of state Route... Read more
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Salem News
Lisbon looks to cut back-ups at intersectionThe issue came up at this week's council meeting, when street supervisor Jim Ol
Lisbon looks to cut back-ups at intersection
Salem News / Posted 27 days ago
The issue came up at this week's council meeting, when street supervisor Jim Oliver reported he was investigating the feasibility of adding a left-turn signal to the traffic light for motorists entering town in the westbound lane of state Route... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Rural Outreach Center determined to fight poverty in the rural SouthtownsThe FEMA trailer used to help residents in the Southern Tier recover from wides
Rural Outreach Center determined to fight poverty in the rural Southtowns
The Buffalo News / Posted 27 days ago
The FEMA trailer used to help residents in the Southern Tier recover from widespread flooding in 2009 has a new home outside East Aurora. TLC Health Care, which worked with the Federal Emergency Management Agency in Gowanda, arranged to move it to... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Finding his place on the family farmFamily dinners at his house included lots of vegetables – and no nonsense. “Ve
Finding his place on the family farm
The Buffalo News / Posted 27 days ago
Family dinners at his house included lots of vegetables – and no nonsense. “Very early on, I was told to eat what was put in front of me,” his son, Dan, told those gathered earlier this week during Refresh Mondays at The Buffalo NewsRoom at... Read more
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WBUP - WBKP Marquette
Blueberry Festival paints the town...blueMARQUETTE — The Blueberry Dance Festival has been going on since Monday, but no
Blueberry Festival paints the town...blue
WBUP - WBKP Marquette / Posted 28 days ago
MARQUETTE — The Blueberry Dance Festival has been going on since Monday, but now it’s almost time for the most anticipated part of the week. The Blueberry Festival begins Friday. There will be all kinds of fun things to do in Downtown Marquette,... Read more
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The Jewish Press
6 Stabbed in Jerusalem ‘Gay Pride’ Parade by Haredi Repeat Gay Stabber“The wounded were covered in blood with blue marks on their faces,” an eyewitne
6 Stabbed in Jerusalem ‘Gay Pride’ Parade by Haredi Repeat Gay Stabber
The Jewish Press / Posted 29 days ago
“The wounded were covered in blood with blue marks on their faces,” an eyewitness told NRG. The stabber has been identified as Yishai Schlissel, 40, an ultra-Orthodox man who had stabbed three marchers at the gay pride parade in Jerusalem 10 years... Read more
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The Mining Journal
Marking the pastThe Iron Mountain Railroad was built in 1857 and was used to transport iron ore
Marking the past
The Mining Journal / Posted 29 days ago
The Iron Mountain Railroad was built in 1857 and was used to transport iron ore from the mines located to the west of Marquette to the city's harbor on Lake Superior. Employees with Marquette's Facilities Maintenance Division on Wednesday placed the... Read more
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The Mining Journal
Blueberry Festival set for downtown"Wild blueberries are plentiful in the more rural parts of the (Upper Peninsula
Blueberry Festival set for downtown
The Mining Journal / Posted 29 days ago
"Wild blueberries are plentiful in the more rural parts of the (Upper Peninsula), and are a delicious summer treat," said Tara Laase-McKinney, promotion and events coordinator for the Marquette Downtown Development Authority, which is organizing the... Read more
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The Mining Journal
Historical marker honors site of first steam railroad in U.P.The Iron Mountain Railroad was built in 1857 and was used to transport iron ore
Historical marker honors site of first steam railroad in U.P.
The Mining Journal / Posted 30 days ago
The Iron Mountain Railroad was built in 1857 and was used to transport iron ore from the mines located to the west of Marquette to the city's harbor on Lake Superior. Employees with Marquette's Facilities Maintenance Division on Wednesday placed the... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Jewelers fear Wabash Avenue work will pinch salesAs retail nightmares go, road construction is a reliable bogeyman. Traffic snar
Jewelers fear Wabash Avenue work will pinch sales
Chicago Tribune / Posted 30 days ago
As retail nightmares go, road construction is a reliable bogeyman. Traffic snarls. Obstructed storefronts. Dust, noise and scaffolding keeping shoppers away. But for some businesses on Chicago's historic Jewelers Row, Monday's closing of a stretch... Read more
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The Marietta Times
Marietta BOE puts levy renewal on ballotThe finalized version is a 5.87-mill, five-year property renewal levy that will
Marietta BOE puts levy renewal on ballot
The Marietta Times / Posted a month ago
The finalized version is a 5.87-mill, five-year property renewal levy that will be on the ballot Nov. 3. "We talked last month about moving ahead and putting it on the ballot," said board President Bill Hutchinson. "It doesn't add new taxes, it's... Read more
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The Marietta Times
By Jackie RunionThe finalized version is a 5.87-mill, five-year property renewal levy that will
By Jackie Runion
The Marietta Times / Posted a month ago
The finalized version is a 5.87-mill, five-year property renewal levy that will be on the ballot Nov. 3. "We talked last month about moving ahead and putting it on the ballot," said board President Bill Hutchinson. "It doesn't add new taxes, it's... Read more
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The Mining Journal
DEDICATED SOLESAvenue and Third Street in Marquette Friday evening. This year marks 60 years o
DEDICATED SOLES
The Mining Journal / Posted 1 months ago
Avenue and Third Street in Marquette Friday evening. This year marks 60 years of the Muscular Dystrophy Association's Fill the Boot. Collections will run today from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. at four intersections: North McClellan and Cleveland... Read more
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WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey
Walk in Berks celebrates 25th anniversary of ADAIt's now been a quarter-century since the Americans with Disabilities Act was p
Walk in Berks celebrates 25th anniversary of ADA
WFMZ Eastern Pennsylvania and Western New Jersey / Posted 1 months ago
It's now been a quarter-century since the Americans with Disabilities Act was passed, and dozens turned out to celebrate the landmark law in Reading on Friday. Supporters traveled from the Abraham Lincoln Hotel at North Fifth and Washington streets... Read more
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OregonLive.com
Portland's best new food carts 2015: The Runners UpYesterday, we released our fifth-annual guide to the city's best new food carts
Portland's best new food carts 2015: The Runners Up
OregonLive.com / Posted 1 months ago
Yesterday, we released our fifth-annual guide to the city's best new food carts, The Oregonian's exhaustive, completist attempt to find, chronicle and celebrate the best exemplars of the Portland's signature contribution to modern American... Read more
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Stuttgart Daily Leader
Stuttgart City Council agrees to dozer lease, street closing Stuttgart aldermen unanimously approved the purchase of the 2006 John Deere 6
Stuttgart City Council agrees to dozer lease, street closing
Stuttgart Daily Leader / Posted 1 months ago
Stuttgart aldermen unanimously approved the purchase of the 2006 John Deere 650J Dozer for $51,389.76 that will be shared across three city departments. The issue was an added agenda item... Read more
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