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The Shelter Island Reporter
A great day for paddlingUp Paddleboard 14’ Full 1. Maxim Poulin 2. Billy Swezey Jr. 3. Jack Egan Sta
The Shelter Island Reporter / Posted 10 days ago
Up Paddleboard 14’ Full 1. Maxim Poulin 2. Billy Swezey Jr. 3. Jack Egan Stand Up Paddleboard 14’ Short 1. Thomas McGlade 2. Val Florio 3. Stephen Tavolilla Stand Up Paddleboard 12’6” Full (Men) 1. Jay Tini (Women) 1. Sierra... Read more
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The Florida Times-Union
Irma storm track still shows Florida Gulf Coast in hurricane’s pathbrewing coffee Saturday. “It’s one of the main reasons we are open this early,
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 13 days ago
brewing coffee Saturday. “It’s one of the main reasons we are open this early, and stocked with extra stuff,” Zachary Damiano, son of the owner, said. “Last night was crazy busy.” The locally owned shop still has sandbags on standby, and they... Read more
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13d
The Florida Times-Union
GasBuddy: 25 to 50 percent of stations out of gas in major Florida citiesbrewing coffee Saturday. “It’s one of the main reasons we are open this early,
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 13 days ago
brewing coffee Saturday. “It’s one of the main reasons we are open this early, and stocked with extra stuff,” Zachary Damiano, son of the owner, said. “Last night was crazy busy.” The locally owned shop still has sandbags on standby, and they... Read more
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13d
The Florida Times-Union
Calm before storm fills strip clubs with patronsbrewing coffee Saturday. “It’s one of the main reasons we are open this early,
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 13 days ago
brewing coffee Saturday. “It’s one of the main reasons we are open this early, and stocked with extra stuff,” Zachary Damiano, son of the owner, said. “Last night was crazy busy.” The locally owned shop still has sandbags on standby, and they... Read more
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13d
The Florida Times-Union
Coast Guard declares Condition Zulu for Jacksonville, Fernandina ports; Lanier Bridge in Brunswick to close Sundaybrewing coffee Saturday. “It’s one of the main reasons we are open this early,
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 13 days ago
brewing coffee Saturday. “It’s one of the main reasons we are open this early, and stocked with extra stuff,” Zachary Damiano, son of the owner, said. “Last night was crazy busy.” The locally owned shop still has sandbags on standby, and they... Read more
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13d
The Florida Times-Union
Gov. Scott on hurricane: “Now, it is upon us”brewing coffee Saturday. “It’s one of the main reasons we are open this early,
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 13 days ago
brewing coffee Saturday. “It’s one of the main reasons we are open this early, and stocked with extra stuff,” Zachary Damiano, son of the owner, said. “Last night was crazy busy.” The locally owned shop still has sandbags on standby, and they... Read more
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14d
The Florida Times-Union
Hurricane will shut down bridges at 40 mph sustained windsbrewing coffee Saturday. “It’s one of the main reasons we are open this early,
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 14 days ago
brewing coffee Saturday. “It’s one of the main reasons we are open this early, and stocked with extra stuff,” Zachary Damiano, son of the owner, said. “Last night was crazy busy.” The locally owned shop still has sandbags on standby, and they... Read more
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14d
The Florida Times-Union
St. Johns County still plans curfew starting at 8 p.m. Sundaybrewing coffee Saturday. “It’s one of the main reasons we are open this early,
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 14 days ago
brewing coffee Saturday. “It’s one of the main reasons we are open this early, and stocked with extra stuff,” Zachary Damiano, son of the owner, said. “Last night was crazy busy.” The locally owned shop still has sandbags on standby, and they... Read more
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14d
The Florida Times-Union
FSCJ closes through Tuesday, FSU extends closure through Fridaybrewing coffee Saturday. “It’s one of the main reasons we are open this early,
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 14 days ago
brewing coffee Saturday. “It’s one of the main reasons we are open this early, and stocked with extra stuff,” Zachary Damiano, son of the owner, said. “Last night was crazy busy.” The locally owned shop still has sandbags on standby, and they... Read more
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14d
The Florida Times-Union
Legends Center shelter busy but not yet at capacitybrewing coffee Saturday. “It’s one of the main reasons we are open this early,
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 14 days ago
brewing coffee Saturday. “It’s one of the main reasons we are open this early, and stocked with extra stuff,” Zachary Damiano, son of the owner, said. “Last night was crazy busy.” The locally owned shop still has sandbags on standby, and they... Read more
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14d
The Florida Times-Union
Legends Center emergency shelter at capacity, hurricane warning in effectbrewing coffee Saturday. “It’s one of the main reasons we are open this early,
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 14 days ago
brewing coffee Saturday. “It’s one of the main reasons we are open this early, and stocked with extra stuff,” Zachary Damiano, son of the owner, said. “Last night was crazy busy.” The locally owned shop still has sandbags on standby, and they... Read more
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14d
The Florida Times-Union
All Northeast Florida Fresh Market stores closing at 4 p.m.brewing coffee Saturday. “It’s one of the main reasons we are open this early,
The Florida Times-Union / Posted 14 days ago
brewing coffee Saturday. “It’s one of the main reasons we are open this early, and stocked with extra stuff,” Zachary Damiano, son of the owner, said. “Last night was crazy busy.” The locally owned shop still has sandbags on standby, and they... Read more
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14d
The Scranton Times-Tribune
Lackawanna County Court NotesTwp., and Kayla Nicole Strausser, Gouldsboro. ■ Sarah Elizabeth Gower and Dona
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 14 days ago
Twp., and Kayla Nicole Strausser, Gouldsboro. ■ Sarah Elizabeth Gower and Donald Kreidler, both of Scranton. ■ Ryan Thomas Clark and Elizabeth Ann Dudascik, both of Dunmore. ■ Christopher Michael Verkitus and Jacquelyn Rossi, both of... Read more
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22d
The Scranton Times-Tribune
Capsules for Week 2 in the LFCcontrol the line of scrimmage against West Scranton, despite some injuries. Cri
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 22 days ago
control the line of scrimmage against West Scranton, despite some injuries. Cristian Buckley ran for 112 yards and Frank Damiano proved to be a bruising fullback. The defense yielded 310 yards, but Michael Muracco and Jerry Longo helped contain... Read more
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