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Columbia Star
City Snippetscancer disparities research. The two universities will collaborate on this proj
Columbia Star / Posted 19 hours ago
cancer disparities research. The two universities will collaborate on this project. Winnsboro getting emergency room Providence Health has broken ground on a new 18,000-square-foot “Providence Health–Fairfield Emergency Room” in Winnsboro.... Read more
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Acton Commentary
5 Facts about Washington’s Birthdayfather. 1. Although some state and local governments and private businesses re
Acton Commentary / Posted 3 days ago
father. 1. Although some state and local governments and private businesses refer to today as President’s Day, the legal public holiday is designated as “Washington’s Birthday” in section 6103(a) of title 5 of the United States Code. The... Read more
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Brainerd Dispatch
'Round 2 of Florida tomorrow': Ninth-grade student in S.C. arrested...weren't taking any chances, saying in a statement that they were providing addi
Brainerd Dispatch / Posted 6 days ago
weren't taking any chances, saying in a statement that they were providing additional security at the school. "The safety of our students and staff is of paramount importance," the district's statement said. The Snapchat post spread well... Read more
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The Columbian
‘Round 2 of Florida tomorrow’: Schools, police on high alert after deadly shooting rampageweren’t taking any chances, saying in a statement that they were providing addi
The Columbian / Posted 6 days ago
weren’t taking any chances, saying in a statement that they were providing additional security at the school. “The safety of our students and staff is of paramount importance,” the district’s statement said. The Snapchat post spread well... Read more
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Philly.com
Roosevelt Boulevard redesign a step in Philly's safe streets programunveiled a new express bus route on the road last year, which in part was desig
Philly.com / Posted 7 days ago
unveiled a new express bus route on the road last year, which in part was designed to divert some people from their cars to public transportation. More than one-third of the city’s 134 red light cameras are at intersections on the boulevard. And the... Read more
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NBC 2 Fort Myers
Fort Myers Marathon host answers concerns about race safety, unpaid invoiceseven know she won the race,” Gervase said. “I've never seen that happen before.
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted 9 days ago
even know she won the race,” Gervase said. “I've never seen that happen before.” He said an uncertain course leads to safety issues with traffic. Gervase told NBC2 he tried giving guidance to the race director, but it wasn’t taken. “He just... Read more
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The Courier Express Newspapers
Removal of 180 mature ash trees changes the face of 2 Lancaster County parkshad a handful of ash trees removed. The trees that have been cut over the past
The Courier Express Newspapers / Posted 9 days ago
had a handful of ash trees removed. The trees that have been cut over the past two months are the ones deemed to be a safety hazard to park users and motorists. Like many park managers in the eastern United States over the last couple years,... Read more
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Columbia Daily Tribune
Survey shows dissatisfaction with police servicesa tax increase for additional officers. The results of the city’s annual surve
Columbia Daily Tribune / Posted 10 days ago
a tax increase for additional officers. The results of the city’s annual survey show that in 2017, satisfaction with public safety services and residents’ feelings of overall safety in Columbia declined. The annual survey, which is conducted... Read more
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Columbia Daily Tribune
Survey shows dissatisfaction with police services, safety worriesa tax increase for additional officers. The results of the city’s annual surve
Columbia Daily Tribune / Posted 10 days ago
a tax increase for additional officers. The results of the city’s annual survey show that in 2017, satisfaction with public safety services and residents’ feelings of overall safety in Columbia declined. The annual survey, which is conducted... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
People on the Movefor Certification in Engineering Technologies, Northeast Center of Excellence f
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 12 days ago
for Certification in Engineering Technologies, Northeast Center of Excellence for Pavement Technology and Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Commonwealth Health James Gallagher has been named chief executive officer at First... Read more
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The Herald News
Case of Fall River LPN charged with rape at New Bedford nursing home continuedBy Curt Brown The Providence Journal NEW BEDFORD — Charges against a Fall Rive
The Herald News / Posted 13 days ago
By Curt Brown The Providence Journal NEW BEDFORD — Charges against a Fall River man charged with raping two residents at the Savoy Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in the city were continued Wednesday until next month, court records say. Three... Read more
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Daily Mail
U.S. body brokers supply world with torsos, limbs and headsconviction underscored the U.S. government´s growing concern about shipments of
Daily Mail / Posted 14 days ago
conviction underscored the U.S. government´s growing concern about shipments of body parts that might endanger public health, officials said. Martin Cetron, director of Global Migration and Quarantine for the Centers of Disease Control... Read more
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Eye Witness News
US body brokers supply world with torsos, limbs and headstransportation conviction underscored the US government’s growing concern about
Eye Witness News / Posted 14 days ago
transportation conviction underscored the US government’s growing concern about shipments of body parts that might endanger public health, officials said. Martin Cetron, director of Global Migration and Quarantine for the Centers of Disease Control... Read more
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Royal Oak Daily Tribune
Oakland County community calendarSeeds and Planting with Ben Cohen is 7-8 p.m. Feb. 6 at Brandon Township Public
Royal Oak Daily Tribune / Posted 20 days ago
Seeds and Planting with Ben Cohen is 7-8 p.m. Feb. 6 at Brandon Township Public Library, 304 South St., Ortonville, www.brandontownship.org, 248-627-1460. � Local chefs present a series of cooking... Read more
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Newsweek
What is college good for? Absolutely nothing, say Republicans (and Some Democrats)like, a really smart person,” he said in the summer of 2015, referencing his ti
Newsweek / Posted 21 days ago
like, a really smart person,” he said in the summer of 2015, referencing his time there. He later said Marco Rubio, the Republican senator from Florida, would not have been admitted to Wharton. “Got to be very smart to get into that school, very... Read more
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Daily Mail
Tom Brady drops mic at team rally before Super Bowl LIIout!': Tom Brady drops the mic at send-off rally before flying to Minnesota for
Daily Mail / Posted 24 days ago
out!': Tom Brady drops the mic at send-off rally before flying to Minnesota for Super Bowl LII The Patriots flew from Providence to Minneapolis on Monday morning They will face the Philadelphia Eagles in the Super Bowl on Sunday Brady and... Read more
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Boston Globe
blotterand no significant damage was reported. “I felt a rumbling sensation,” said Kat
Boston Globe / Posted 1 months ago
and no significant damage was reported. “I felt a rumbling sensation,” said Kate Cutko, 53, director of the Bowdoinham Public Library. Her house was about 5 miles from the epicenter. “It was enough so that all of us — my family members — looked... Read more

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