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2 hrs ago | Pocono Record
Crowe Road in Stroud Township is a short, narrow lane that begins at Mill Creek Road and ends at the front gate of Royal Chemical.
5 hrs ago | ABS-CBN News
Bitcoin is catching on at U.S. online merchants including Overstock.com and Expedia, as customers use a digital currency that just a few years ago was virtually unknown but is now showing some staying power.
9 hrs ago | St. Petersburg Times
Nancy Leslie, 45, and Debra Munstenteiger, 58, who are people with a developmental disability, learn how to pot garden plants at The Home Depot store on Tyrone Blvd during a workshop to teach skills for safe home living.
13 hrs ago | HeraldSun.com
The U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs told medical students, doctors-in-training and faculty at Duke University's School of Medicine on Friday that he was there for one reason: to try to recruit them.
16 hrs ago | Kirkland Reporter
The Woodmark Hotel and Spa, located at Carillon Point, will introduce Woody Meg, a black Labrador retriever, to the property and its guests during Yappier Hour from 5-7 p.m. on Sept.
20 hrs ago | Lone Star Ball
College GameDay is an ESPN entertainment show previewing college football games.
OSU Band alumni that showed up outside the Longaberger Alumni House to support Jon Waters are reflected in Mel Ponzi's sousaphone.
Earlier this summer, The Nation published a damning exposA© on pharmaceutical companies funding anti-marijuana groups like Community Anti-Drug Coalitions for America and members of Project SAM.
When Hal Freedman and Willi Rudowsky moved from San Francisco to St. Petersburg 14 years ago, their friends took bets on how long they'd stay.
If you're familiar with the Burt's Bees brand of lip balms and moisturizing lotions, you may be surprised to learn two things: The bearded man in the brand's logo is a real guy named Burt and despite its nature-friendly image, the company is owned by the Clorox Corporation , more readily associated with caustic bleach.
Procter & Gamble Co. paid CEO A.G. Lafley the equivalent of $375,000 a week for the fiscal year that ended in June.
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Enjoy a night of fun and prizes, while raising funds for Haywood charities at "Baskets and Bags Bingo" Sept.
Felony charges have been levied against Todd D. Livinghouse, a Laureldale man, for committing multiple instances of fraud at the Home Depot store in Wyomissing.
That can be considered a sell signal. After the close Wednesday, the San Francisco-based retailer reported Q2 earnings that met consensus estimates and revenue that just missed views.
The Dow Jones industrial average fell 42.44 points to 17,097.57. The Nasdaq composite index was down 11.93 points to 4,557.69.
Unlike singer-songwriters, contemporary pop stars rarely have their songs viewed through an autobiographical prism, yet it's hard to miss the changes in Britney Spears' core messaging over the past years.
Updated: Sat Aug 30, 2014 11:38 pm
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