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2014/12/20 17:57
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While Wesleyan University's president said he doesn't agree with being billed after the early December die-in protest that shut down a major intersection in Middletown and required extra police, the...
2014/12/20 17:57
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2014/12/19 13:20
2014/12/19 13:20
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CHAMPAIGN — One Main Development is considering building a five- or six-story apartment complex on the northeast corner of Neil and Washington Streets, company President Dave Jones said Thursday. The...
2014/12/19 07:12
2014/12/19 07:12
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The property is bounded by Center, North State, 1st North and Washington Streets. The proposed plat would create two lots. The new property line would proceed from North Washington Street in an...
2014/12/19 00:35
2014/12/19 00:35
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Reading's "Charlie Brown" Christmas tree is getting some much-needed TLC. Crews are decorating it again and plan to rededicate it this Saturday. The 50-foot Norwegian spruce on Penn Square has been...
2014/12/18 21:40
2014/12/18 21:40
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An Allentown man who lost thousands of dollars in a drug deal gone bad is now facing 16 years in prison for shooting the man who prosecutors said literally failed to deliver. Sean Rodric Davis was...
2014/12/15 19:57
2014/12/15 19:57
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Benefit show: Seattle's The Head and The Heart is headlining KFOG's Concert for Kids 2015, which is benefiting the UCSF Benioff Children's Hospitals and Toys for Tots. [7 p.m., Masonic, 1111...
2014/12/13 00:25
2014/12/13 00:25
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Driving a man to Brooklyn days after he allegedly gunned someone down inside an Easton bar, Jennifer Delgado said she had a few words to get off her chest. "I said, 'You [screwed] up your whole life...
2014/12/12 23:41
2014/12/12 23:41
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MIDDLETOWN — Mayor Daniel Drew has billed Wesleyan University $7,500 for the cost of police department overtime incurred during a student march and protest Dec. 8 that closed the city's busiest...
2014/12/12 05:48
2014/12/12 05:48
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... of those pedestrians died out in front of my home," Third Street resident Criss said in a recent letter to The Marietta Times. "I shall never get the vision of the sheet draped victim's body out...
2014/12/11 00:49
2014/12/11 00:49
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Christina G. Kelchner, 35, Oregon, was arrested at 12:15 p.m. for forgery. Kelchner was transported to the Ogle County jail. Karl E. Persky, 26, Ottawa, was issued a citation at 3:15 p.m. for use of...
2014/12/10 14:21
2014/12/10 14:21
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The Redevelopment Authority of Green Bay approved a number of requests Tuesday, including a loan for the proposed CityDeck Landing apartment project and an agreement that would give the Green Bay...
2014/12/09 18:25
2014/12/09 18:25
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A 20-year-old Allentown man who posed as a female tattoo artist online to lure teens to secluded areas around the city, where he sexually and physically assaulted them, faces up to 30 years in state...
2014/12/09 00:41
2014/12/09 00:41
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Students held "die-in" protests on at least two Connecticut college campuses Monday, joining other protests nationwide related to instances where white police officers killed unarmed African...
2014/12/08 14:20
2014/12/08 14:20
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Life is about to get easier for travelers at Sky Harbor International Airport. Sky Harbor is set to open the next leg of the Sky Train Monday. The Terminal 3 station will open at noon, connecting...
2014/12/06 01:50
2014/12/06 01:50
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Calls for "Justice" as protesters return to Washington Streets Scores of people return to the streets of Washington, D.C. calling for justice as demonstrations against police violence continue into...
2014/12/05 05:12
2014/12/05 05:12
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Berdan Building’s future looks better with panel’s OK A Michigan developer has been granted approval to renovate the Berdan Building in downtown Toledo. After addressing concerns about on-site...
2014/12/04 22:46
2014/12/04 22:46
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Another round of protests has been reported in D.C. Thursday, following the grand jury decisions this week not to indict white police officers in the deaths of black men in Missouri and New...
2014/12/04 19:40
2014/12/04 19:40
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Property taxes residents pay for city services in Naperville will rise for the first time in four years, officials say. The city will levy a total of $47,931,702 from property owners to support its...
2014/12/04 13:10
2014/12/04 13:10
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2014/12/02 01:39
2014/12/02 01:39
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MARKSVILLE — Authorities are searching for the husband of a Marksville woman found stabbed to death in the couple’s home Sunday night. Dennis Williams, 48, is wanted on second-degree murder in the...
2014/12/20 17:57
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