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  1. Prospects dwindle for Auburn wind turbineRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    AUBURN – In 2010, the town celebrated receiving an $85,000 grant from the state Clean Energy Center for a new wind tower feasibility study for Prospect Hill. The Wind Turbine and Alternative Energy Committee, chaired by Robert L. Platukis, has met regularly for five years, to try to see if a wind tower, solar collectors or other alternative energy source can be erected.


  2. Confederate flag supporters to rally in ConwayRead the original story

    Yesterday | Log Cabin Democrat

    Conway will be the site of one of two rallies in the state this weekend to show support of the Confederate flag. The Arkansas State Flag and Confederate Battle Flag Rally is scheduled for 3-5 p.m. Sunday at the Highway 286 overpass on Interstate 40. "It is about people that enjoy their history and not about people who have distorted history.


  3. Glenn Dale Walmart foes continue fight against projectRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Hometown Annapolis

    The Prince George's County District Council was expected to vote on the issue June 22, but council member Andrea Harrison - whose district includes the Duvall Village shopping center , site of the proposed store - announced the matter would be taken under advisement. Heavy winds that gusted up to 60 mph as part of heavy thunderstorms toppled the canopy of a Bowie gas station in the early hours of Wednesday morning.


  4. Confederate Battle Flag Comes Under FireRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Baltimore Jewish Times

    More than two weeks after nine people were gunned down at Charleston, S.C.'s historic Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in what appeared to be a racially motivated attack, states and municipalities across the country are grappling with what to do about symbols rooted in the darkest days of the nation's history. In addition to the infamous Confederate battle flag used by Southern forces during the Civil War - and which the suspected 21-year-old Charleston gunman, Dylan Roof, is seen holding in one of several photographs that surfaced on social media in the days after the attack - groups of citizens are targeting the numerous roads, parks, schools and public displays honoring Confederate figures and bearing their names.


  5. Synergy Strips Corp Does Another Acquisition With The Purchase Of U.S. Rights For NeuragenRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 1 | BioSpace

    Synergy Strips Corp a consumer health care company, today announced through its wholly owned subsidiary Neuragen Corp the purchase from Knight Therapeutics Inc. , a leading Canadian specialty pharmaceutical company the U.S. rights related to Neuragen , an innovative OTC product that helps relieve pain caused by diabetic nerve damage. Knight retains Canadian rights and ex-U.S. global rights to Neuragen .


  6. Ringling Shopping Center owner speaks out on property's future...Read the original story

    Thursday | YourObserver

    Despite some recent controversy surrounding the future of the Ringling Shopping Center near downtown Sarasota, one of the property owners says he has no idea what will eventually end up on his land. Louis Doyle, who co-owns the nearly vacant commercial plaza, has been the target of some venom from residents who opposed his 2013 proposal for a Walmart on the site.


  7. Majority of Americans say rebel flag a symbol of pride, not racismRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | Politico

    As debate rages in South Carolina over the Confederate flag on its statehouse property, a majority of Americans see the rebel flag as a symbol of Southern pride, not a reminder of racism, according to a new CNN/ORC poll out Thursday. Public opinion is about where it stood 15 years ago, when the Palmetto State removed the rebel St. Andrew's cross from the Capitol dome.


  8. Op-ed: To accept same-sex marriage, LDS Church must accept same-sex sexRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Salt Lake Tribune

    "Well, I guess you can be married," some Mormon bishops will soon have to say to some members of their congregations. "Just don't do any cohabitating."


  9. NASCAR flags, states' rights and bears: LettersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | The Orlando Sentinel

    A number of flags, including a Confederate themed one, fly atop RV's in a campground outside the track during practice for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series auto race I laughed when I saw the title of the Sentinel's Sunday editorial, "Rebel flag shouldn't wave over land of free." The irony of that statement apparently was lost on the Editorial Board staff.


  10. Fireworks stands pop up ahead of law changeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | The Times

    Matt Welteroth walks through as display of fireworks Xtreme Xplosives on Riverside Drive on Tuesday afternoon as the company prepares stock for Georgia's new fireworks law to take effect Wednesday. Over the border from Jason Sillay's lakehouse on Lake Hartwell was the free sale of bigger and better fireworks in South Carolina.


  11. Independent Candidates File For Newburgh Town CouncilRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | WEHT

    Today two independent candidates filed to run in the upcoming election for the Newburgh town council. All candidates filed after the council approved the decision to bring Walmart to town.


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    Tuesday Jun 30 | KTVN Reno

    If the thought of opening a power bill has you sweating more than the heat itself, you're not alone. Antoinette Martinez has done what she can.


  13. Adnan Syed asks court to reopen hearingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | The Baltimore Sun

    The attorney for Adnan Syed, the subject of the "Serial" podcast, filed a petition on Tuesday requesting Baltimore Circuit Court to reopen post-conviction proceedings so an alibi witness can testify on the convicted murderer's behalf. The conviction of Syed, 35, has been questioned by many since Serial, an off-shoot of the "This American Life" public radio program, aired 12 podcast episodes that re-visited the evidence in his case, as well as the defense Syed received in his murder trial 15 years ago.


  14. Work Wanted: Managers would get overtime pay under new rules proposed by the Department of LaborRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | The Florida Times-Union

    Hourly workers have protections under federal wage and hour laws that include being paid overtime when they work more than 40 hours in a week. Managers of those workers are almost always exempt from overtime.


  15. Governor: No discretion for county clerks on gay marriage licensesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 30, 2015 | KATV Little Rock

    County clerks do not have discretion when it comes to issuing same-sex marriage licenses, Gov. Asa Hutchinson said today. Hutchinson made the statement after being asked about social media comments by Sen. Jason Rapert, R-Conway, who has encouraged county clerks opposed to same-sex marriages to resist the U.S. Supreme Court's ruling legalizing gay marriage.


  16. What happened the last time South Carolina debated the Confederate flag? Hate, but also hope.Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 | The Washington Post

    Last week, a man gripped by hate walked into a church and shot nine innocent people in cold blood. How does a community begin to process an act of such unqualified evil? Part of South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley's response was to call for the removal of the Confederate battle flag from the grounds of the South Carolina statehouse.


  17. Jerry Roper, former Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce CEO, diesRead the original story

    Monday Jun 29 | Chicago Sun-Times

    "It has been both my pleasure and an honor to be able to serve this wonderful city and to work with so many talented, dedicated people throughout the years," Roper said when his retirement was announced in April 2013. Downtown Ald.


  18. BRICs and Beyond: Dairies meet Mexican challenge through diversificationRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jun 29 |

    Dairy producers in Mexico have turned to product diversification to boost sales in the face of rising costs, weak purchasing power within lower income consumer groups and growing competition for the favour of more affluent consumers. Elizabeth Machuca reports.


  19. In the heart of Gettysburg's tourism season, debate over Civil War symbol simmersRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jun 28 | The York Daily Record

    A Confederate flag is seen on display in Gettysburg on Baltimore Street in the past week. Small Confederate flags were for sale at the Gettysburg Museum and Visitor's Center book store on Thursday morning.


  20. Confederate flags belong in museums, not on polesRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Jun 27 |

    Why are we still talking about this? That was the default line I remember hearing in my younger days after continually screwing up, or letting things slide, or not correcting the easily correctable.