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Maine (AP) A non-profit that runs two early learning centers and provides before- and after-school care in five schools is taking over two buildings at the former Brunswick Naval Air Station. Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority Executive
You don't often have occasion to compare the veteran British actor Timothy West with a star of Judd Apatow's bro-mantic comedies, but this week West became Britain's answer to Seth Rogen when he drew attention to the plight of Alzheimer's sufferers.
Alex Goode is not the quickest player on God's rugby earth: if he was blessed with genuine pace, he would be a world-beater. England's second-string full-back is rarely found wanting in the top four inches, though, and brainpower makes up for any
Will Hodgman has used Tony Abbott's blueprint and allowed his wife to take centre stage in the election campaign. Mr Hodgman was introduced by English wife Nicky as the Liberals officially launched their campaign for the island state's March 15 poll.
Joe Marler is hoping that his fiance's grandma does not need to write another angry letter after this year's Six Nations showdown between England and Wales. The Harlequins loose-head was given a master class in scrummaging by his opposite man, Adam
The Record Bed Bath & Beyond Inc., the Union Township-based housewares retailer, promoted Eugene A...Lattman to chief financial officer and treasurer, the company announced today. Castagna, 48, was the company's chief financial officer and treasurer.
The 41-year-old started his career with Wigan, playing rugby until he was 18 and enjoying a two-year spell with the Western Reds in Perth. He was then persuaded to move across to rugby by England coach Clive Woodward in 1998 in a sustained period of
Sam Burgess has been a strong performer for Souths and England. Photo: AFP England's Rugby League World Cup team manager Barrie-Jon Mather has backed suggestions that Sam Burgess may have stayed in the NRL if he could play State of Origin but
24 February 2014 26 shares 0 View comments A bus driver was forced to crawl out of his vehicle's back window after getting stuck in a tunnel under a railway bridge. Emergency services had to spend four hours trying to free the bus, which sustained
Halfpenny missed the conversion but made amends with four more penalties before the break. Doussain replied with two of his own but missed a sitter in front of the posts, while France were unlucky not to have claimed a try. Pascal Pape was up quickly