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The Tampa Tribune
Trigaux: Amid wealth inequality, is middle class losing habit of giving to charities?to philanthropic causes is declining. On the contrary, charity contributions in
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 3 hours ago
to philanthropic causes is declining. On the contrary, charity contributions in general continue to rise. Which means the rich appear to be giving more than enough to make up for the declining number of donors indicated in the Chronicle... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Celeb historian launches star-studded literary festivalJanina Ramirez and children's author Julia Goulding have launched a star-studde
Oxford Mail / Posted 2 days ago
Janina Ramirez and children's author Julia Goulding have launched a star-studded Wantage literary festival. Comedian Rich Hall, Woman's Hour host Jenni Murray and Countdown word whizz Susie Dent are among other the guests at the Wantage (not... Read more
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The Chippewa Herald
Chippewa Falls Weekly Bowling Leaderboard4 at Falls Bowl High Series: Cara Geist 612, Amy Kilmer 589, Sue Bowe 546. Hig
The Chippewa Herald / Posted 5 days ago
4 at Falls Bowl High Series: Cara Geist 612, Amy Kilmer 589, Sue Bowe 546. High Game: Cara Geist 236, Amy Kilmer 213, Pam Thornwall and Sue Bowe 212. Team High Series: Falls Bowl 2,089. Team High Game: Falls Bowl 754. Mens Major Oct. 4 at... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
JPMorgan's card gamble lures millennial travelers, squeezes competitors2016. Upwards of 1 million people signed up as users wrote in Internet posts th
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 7 days ago
2016. Upwards of 1 million people signed up as users wrote in Internet posts that its perks, credits and give-backs were so rich people could recoup the US$450 annual fee and pickup another US$1,000 or so of value. "It is definitely working out for... Read more
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Reuters
JPMorgan's card gamble lures millennial travelers, squeezes competitors2016. Upwards of 1 million people signed up as users wrote in Internet posts th
Reuters / Posted 7 days ago
2016. Upwards of 1 million people signed up as users wrote in Internet posts that its perks, credits and give-backs were so rich people could recoup the $450 annual fee and pickup another $1,000 or so of value. “It is definitely working out for... Read more
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TribLIVE
Carnegie couple’s son married in West Virginiasent to Crystal Lawrence Davis of Collier, who celebrates Oct. 12 with her hubb
TribLIVE / Posted 10 days ago
sent to Crystal Lawrence Davis of Collier, who celebrates Oct. 12 with her hubby and three children. Jackie (Cantley) and Rich Hertzler of Collier will celebrate their 14th wedding anniversary Oct. 11. They are the parents of Hope Mae, Elizabeth... Read more
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Philly.com
Jiminy Cricket! You're going to eat what? | Stu Bykofskyfeeling itchy. Not to gross you out, but a number of futurists are saying that
Philly.com / Posted 11 days ago
feeling itchy. Not to gross you out, but a number of futurists are saying that because insects are abundant and cheap and rich in protein, they are an excellent source of nourishment for humans. Back in the bug — I mean, sustainable — department,... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
AREA BOWLING SCORES182-530, Joe Ignazio 180-510, Randy Swartz 190-501, Mike Hubbs 172-499, Steve S
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 12 days ago
182-530, Joe Ignazio 180-510, Randy Swartz 190-501, Mike Hubbs 172-499, Steve Snyder 190-496, Dick Hartzell 193-491, Rich Hartzell 176-479, Mike Socie 177-478. Taylor Kia Double Duo’s — Carl Cramer Jr. 266-722, Jim Diver 256-704, Erik Brown... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Local golf, harness racing resultsLadies League — Jill Long, Paula Grindle, Joette Fields 37; Donna Nason, Elinor
Bangor Daily News / Posted 14 days ago
Ladies League — Jill Long, Paula Grindle, Joette Fields 37; Donna Nason, Elinor Bucklin, Jane Sturgeon 39; Pam Anderson, Janice Gran, Calista Hannigan, Susan Hall 42At Bucksport GC Cross Country Tourney — Jason Mann, Whitney Hand, Garth Pomeroy... Read more
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MLive.com
Feds raid house owned by Oakley police chiefGAINES TWP, MI - Federal agents raided a home owned by the Oakley police chief,
MLive.com / Posted 14 days ago
GAINES TWP, MI - Federal agents raided a home owned by the Oakley police chief, who was accused of allowing the rich and famous to join his police ranks. A home at 5184 Oakhill Drive, which county tax records show is owned by Robert and Carolyn... Read more
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Northwest Herald
Countryside Flower Shop shares 5 fall outdoor decorating tipsIt’s fall! The season brings an opportunity to decorate your outdoor space wit
Northwest Herald / Posted 15 days ago
It’s fall! The season brings an opportunity to decorate your outdoor space with bold, rich colors. There are just about as many ways to spruce up your porch, patio or yard as there are seasonal flowers, plants and produce. Countryside Flower Shop... Read more
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Journal Gazette & Times-Courier
College accepting VIP nominationsas the committee chair. Other foundation members include Chris Pilson, Bob Panc
Journal Gazette & Times-Courier / Posted 15 days ago
as the committee chair. Other foundation members include Chris Pilson, Bob Pancoast, Alan Fedrigon, Mike Bohannon and Rich Hartke. Lake Land retirees on the committee include Linda Von Behren, Pam Crisman, Dennis Gathmann, Bill Hollada and Max... Read more
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Philly.com
The 'impostor' syndrome of first-generation Penn students: Uneasy among privileged, distanced from familyhow to apply to a university, have a greater sense of belonging once they get t
Philly.com / Posted 16 days ago
how to apply to a university, have a greater sense of belonging once they get there, and possess the means to enjoy an enriched college experience. Students whose parents didn’t matriculate often arrive at Penn’s privileged 302 acres thinking of... Read more
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Kingston Daily Freeman
Kingston Bowling: Jeffrey Werner’s 753 paces Friday Night Hustlers246—651, Keith Merritt 267—649, Davis Mannello III 647, Jeffrey Werner 234—647,
Kingston Daily Freeman / Posted 16 days ago
246—651, Keith Merritt 267—649, Davis Mannello III 647, Jeffrey Werner 234—647, Ryan Simon 234—643, Wayne Noble 234—638, Rich Richter 258—633, Joey Kelderhouse 238—623, Tim Keating 621, Dunaven Hommel 237—614, Hans Eigo 243—609, Ron Jackson 232,... Read more
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Kane County Chronicle
Good Natured: Pure Kane its own destination to exploreNorris Woods in St. Charles. The red, white and bur oaks in this Illinois natur
Kane County Chronicle / Posted 20 days ago
Norris Woods in St. Charles. The red, white and bur oaks in this Illinois nature preserve are ready to burst forth with rich hues of russet and bronze, a palette of earth tones new and exciting, yet warm and familiar all at once. Peppered... Read more
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MPNnow.com
Helming, Geneva locals fill backpacks with food— One million children in New York state go hungry every day, a statistic that
MPNnow.com / Posted 21 days ago
— One million children in New York state go hungry every day, a statistic that surprised state Sen. Pam Helming, who has made several stops throughout the 54th Senate District this month to highlight hunger awareness. As... Read more
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Bangor Daily News
Local results for golfMonday, Gross: Terry Whitney, Jeff Dutch, Steve Stanford, Barry Porter 62; John
Bangor Daily News / Posted 22 days ago
Monday, Gross: Terry Whitney, Jeff Dutch, Steve Stanford, Barry Porter 62; John Simpson, Steve Rich, Barry Hobert, John Johnston 63; George Jacobson, Steve Norton, Sandy Ervin, Robert Braun 65; Walt Yorzinski, Don Sturgeon, John Sturgeon, Norm... Read more
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Sterling Journal-Advocate
County honors employees for years servedBrett Powell (Sheriff), Larry Schneider (R&B); second row; Rex Benson (R&B); (f
Sterling Journal-Advocate / Posted 23 days ago
Brett Powell (Sheriff), Larry Schneider (R&B); second row; Rex Benson (R&B); (front row) Callie Hill (Assessor's Office), Pam Ferdig (Landfill), Diana Korbe (HR), and Cynthia Mills (Heritage Center). (Courtesy Photo) In addition to honoring... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
bowling scoreslanes Amron Wednesday Seniors — Carl Cramer 253-651, Dan Hageman 236-647, John
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 26 days ago
lanes Amron Wednesday Seniors — Carl Cramer 253-651, Dan Hageman 236-647, John Greene 226-646, Doug Zolla 225-643, Rich Sakacs 268-640, Gary Novotny 236-620, Bruce Davis 224-604, Jim Ellis 213-598, Marty Wolfe 246-597, Neil Guerrieri... Read more
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Kane County Chronicle
Good Natured: The viceroy, monarchs and some amazing mimicrydangerous to consume, as monarchs. Viceroy caterpillars’ main food supply is w
Kane County Chronicle / Posted 26 days ago
dangerous to consume, as monarchs. Viceroy caterpillars’ main food supply is willow leaves, and willow is a plant that is rich in aspirin-like compounds. As we know, a little aspirin can be a good thing, but too much causes lots of problems. So,... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
FROM THE PUBLISHER: StarNews' 150th anniversary highlights importance of communityconnect with you through community events, online photo galleries and the publi
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 27 days ago
connect with you through community events, online photo galleries and the publishing of a hardbound book as we share our rich history. Today we celebrate the 150th anniversary of the StarNews. Since our founding on Sept. 23, 1867, we are honored... Read more
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Daily Chronicle
PRAIRIE FLOWERSthe day and all the amazing kites. Our thanks to the high-flyers who filled the
Daily Chronicle / Posted 27 days ago
the day and all the amazing kites. Our thanks to the high-flyers who filled the sky with kites: Dave Zavell, Charlie and Pam Mazzoulla, Al Sparling, Daryl Waters. David and Katherine Piotrowski, Jim Overman, Rich May, Paul Krekel, Dennis and... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Youngstown news, Obituaries, Tributes, RICHARD A. 'RICH KIDD' KIDD, Youngstown, OhioESTERO, FLA. - Richard A. “Rich Kidd” Kidd, 72, also of Austintown, entered int
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 27 days ago
ESTERO, FLA. - Richard A. “Rich Kidd” Kidd, 72, also of Austintown, entered into Heaven on Wednesday, Sept. 13, 2017, surrounded by his loving wife, Jackie and lifelong friend, Ty Tyree. Rich was born Jan. 5, 1945, in Youngstown, a son of John... Read more
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The Tampa Tribune
Debris mounts, and so does anger: Counties snubbed by removal firmstruthful. Crowder-Gulf has had zero conversations with Hendry County on being a
The Tampa Tribune / Posted 28 days ago
truthful. Crowder-Gulf has had zero conversations with Hendry County on being activated." Sarasota County emergency chief Rich Collins described subcontractors refusing to haul debris for its primary vendor, Crowder-Gulf. "They came through the... Read more
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The Columbian
$136,000 raised for Habitat for Humanityone who just moved into their Evergreen Habitat home and another who’s helping
The Columbian / Posted 29 days ago
one who just moved into their Evergreen Habitat home and another who’s helping build their home. Melinda Patterson and Pam Israel also talked onstage about their families’ journeys to homeownership through Evergreen Habitat. Also, several... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
Youngstown news, Obituaries, Tributes, JOHN E. SAMSA, Youngstown, Ohioof Geneva, Ill., Mary Samsa of Cranberry Township, Pa., Jeannie (Steve) Hervati
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted a month ago
of Geneva, Ill., Mary Samsa of Cranberry Township, Pa., Jeannie (Steve) Hervatine of Mt. Jackson, Pa., Dr. John A. (Dr. Pam) Samsa of Kirtland, and Richard (Becky) Samsa, Grove City of Pa;. and grandfather of Christie Driftmier, Kelly Driftmier,... Read more
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The Daily Tar Heel
Flyleaf poetry night: the write place to beand Al Maginnes. Reading from his collection of poetry, "Suburban Burn," Stumpf
The Daily Tar Heel / Posted 1 months ago
and Al Maginnes. Reading from his collection of poetry, "Suburban Burn," Stumpf brought the written word to life with his rich use of inflection and expression. Listeners nodded along, their eyes filled with understanding and lived experience.... Read more
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The Youngstown Vindicator
AREA GOLF SCORESDick Hutton 34, McGowen 34, Larry Podlogar 35, Rock Barrett 35, Ron Russo 35, S
The Youngstown Vindicator / Posted 1 months ago
Dick Hutton 34, McGowen 34, Larry Podlogar 35, Rock Barrett 35, Ron Russo 35, Sam Cera 35, Tim Taylor 35, Hendrickson 35, Rich Pipak 36, John Ranalli 36, Oyler 36. St. Dominic’s Golf League (8/28) — Low gross: John Torongeau 35, Ken oyler 36,... Read more
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Kane County Chronicle
Good Natured: Hickory nuts the jackpot for squirrels, other rodentswith hot peppers, will darken, harden and split. Inside lies the shell that pro
Kane County Chronicle / Posted 1 months ago
with hot peppers, will darken, harden and split. Inside lies the shell that protects the nut’s ultimate prize: protein-rich, fat-laden nutmeat. I’m not much of a connoisseur (clearly! I eat raw dough and sample green nuts, for heaven’s sake)... Read more
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The Shelby County Reporter
First Montevallo time capsule drop-off set for Sept. 24By CAROLINE CARMICHAEL / Staff Writer The City of Montevallo is known for its
The Shelby County Reporter / Posted 1 months ago
By CAROLINE CARMICHAEL / Staff Writer The City of Montevallo is known for its tradition of celebrating and preserving its rich, 200-year-old history, honoring in a variety of ways the individuals who have helped shape the city into what it is... Read more
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Miami New Times
If One More Person Says Hurricane Price-Gouging Is Good, We're Going to Lose Itis nonsense — as anyone who's ever been broke or met a poor family knows, charg
Miami New Times / Posted 1 months ago
is nonsense — as anyone who's ever been broke or met a poor family knows, charging $50 for water or gasoline means only the richest, most well-off human beings buy those goods, while needier, poorer people are forced to make harrowing, impossible... Read more
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Miami New Times
If One More Person Says Hurricane Price-Gouging Is Good, We're Going to Lose Itis nonsense — as anyone who's ever been broke or met a poor family knows, charg
Miami New Times / Posted 1 months ago
is nonsense — as anyone who's ever been broke or met a poor family knows, charging $50 for water or gasoline means only the richest, most well-off human beings buy those goods, while needier, poorer people are forced to make harrowing, impossible... Read more
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IGN
12 Iconic TV And Movie High School Principalsbeen a wild child "Stevie Nicks" girl in her youth, but her gig as the head of
IGN / Posted 1 months ago
been a wild child "Stevie Nicks" girl in her youth, but her gig as the head of Horace Green Prep, and the threat of angry rich parents breathing down her neck, transformed her into a fidgety shadow of her former self. Fortunately, faux music... Read more
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Fast Company Magazine
Chase Bank Sends People Around The World To Give James Corden Vacation Advicethe jokey Corden premise–the scope of perks with the Chase Sapphire Reserve car
Fast Company Magazine / Posted 1 months ago
the jokey Corden premise–the scope of perks with the Chase Sapphire Reserve card. President of Chase Branded Cards Pam Codispoti says the campaign aims to shine a spotlight on their customers and the travel experiences they can enjoy while... Read more

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