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Online traffic swells as festive season begins
This season a new entrant to the world of e-commerce seems to be online jewellery stores that have come out with special discounts and collections to tempt customers to make purchases on...
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De la Renta dressed stars, first ladies
Oscar de la Renta, the Dominican-born fashion designer who reshaped the public image of first ladies, society muses and red-carpet regulars with grand evening wear that celebrated Latin sensuality,...
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Heartbeat brings services to Tiffin
Director Toni Brubaker said three clients have received pregnancy testing, one is attending parenting education with the "Earn While You Learn" program and more than 20 clients have been helped with...
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Mother who lived in squalid house dies after her ...
A SELF-described deadbeat mum whose son, 5, died in their squalid home, surrounded by rodents and rubbish, has herself died. The woman, who can’t be named, was to have faced court alongside her...
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We'll Not Disappoint Our Supporters
The head of Monrovia's First Presbyterian Church Choir group, Vyrl P. Gaye, has assured offering lifters at a Choir rally that amounts lifted would be fully accounted for and used for the project for...
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Cord cutters rejoiced last week after HBO and CBS announced plans to sell stand-alone streaming services, a move that cable and satellite television providers have resisted for years. Customers tired...
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Managers aren't responsible for bed bug problem
BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (KBAK/KBFX) -- Kenneth Groff is tired of being itchy. He has bite marks all over his skin from bed bugs. “They’re stinging like a needle or something,” he said. “They just...
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articles/A better Prospect for AfricanAmerican ar...
You will not hear about this from the biennial’s organisers, who say they hardly noticed that they might be making history. “We didn’t talk about it,” says Brooke Anderson, Prospect’s executive...
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India's Top 10 Tech Startups
Image: Mashable composite Nemo/Pixabay With a population of more than 1.2 billion, India has obvious potential to become the world’s leading tech ecosystem. Unfortunately, that opportunity has been...
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Imrem: It's a good thing Marshall spoke out
So, Brandon Marshall's hot button was pushed after the Bears' loss to the Dolphins. One of the primary debates Monday was whether this was a good thing, a bad thing or nothing at all. Somebody on...
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Arlene M. Hoopes
She was born July 14, 1930 in Dog City, Ohio, a daughter of the late Ray O. and Sarah E. (Handel) Grim. She was a loving farmer's wife, mother, grandmother who enjoyed being a homemaker, gardener,...
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Sébastien Jondeau: From Bodyguard to Fashion Model
PARIS — Sébastien Jondeau’s first brush with Karl Lagerfeld involved a three-hour wait, a few minutes moving some 18th-century
, and a 500-franc tip — a handsome sum for a 15-year-old from...
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Getting hitched at home?
With that in mind, many couples are opting to tie the knot at home. Although hosting your special day in your own backyard can cut costs and give you more flexibility, you must address some critical...
Read more at The Escanaba Daily Press
It’s a sign of the times as ‘Walsh’ replaces ‘Men...
Ten months into the Walsh administration, motorists will finally be saying goodbye to former Mayor Thomas M. Menino — thanks to a batch of new “Welcome to” signs bearing the new mayor’s name that will...
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Martin J. Walsh
CPI slows in September, rate could go higher on G...
KUCHING: The Consumer Pricing Index (CPI) in September increased 2.6 per cent year-on-year and 0.2 per cent month-on-month, indicating flattish growth in varied components. Economist Manokaran...
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CDC releases revised Ebola gear guidelines
ATLANTA (AP) — Health officials released new guidelines Monday for how health workers should gear up to treat Ebola patients. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released the...
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Highlights from Manila FAME, October 2014
... The flying man from the earlier Manila FAME returns, this time with trapeze action. Kenneth Cobonpue's pieces dominated the 60th Manila FAME, which ran from October 16 to 19 at the SMX...
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UNC libraries to open three research hubs
Davis Library is one of three University libraries that hosts a research hub, which Judy Panitch, director of library communications, said will be the ideal place for students to perform cutting-edge...
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The buzz around India’s e-retailers: well-earned,...
Presently in India, the buzz is about e-retailers such as Flipkart, Amazon.in, Snapdeal, Jabong, Infibeam and many more backed by funders who believe the sure shot route to making more money in the...
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Furniture Store Closure Causes Problems for Layaw...
MCALLEN - A Rio Grande Valley man is out more than five hundred dollars because a
store where he bought a bed on layaway closed unexpectedly. Chris Beltran said he and his daughter visited...
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