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Team co-ordinator Natanya Potoi-Ulia said the two week-long event would be a perfect place to advocate their messages Be a Leader, Play True, Play Safe and Go Green. Fiji will be represented in athletics, rugby, tae kwon do, weightlifting, volleyball,
Additional surplus county properties, including vacant land on Beechcraft Road in Vacaville and the former Veterans Memorial Building -- 444 Alabama St., Vallejo -- are also for sale...Oct. 22 as the date for a public hearing to open bid packages and
The borough council is laying the ground work for a possible pedestrian outreach program to increase public safety...The governing discussed plans to improve pedestrian safety after receiving a letter from a resident. At the April 9 council workshop
Popular Tags Archives Feeds by Candice Francis, Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Darrell Evans works on Liberty Builders' only public works contract in 15 years, a small subcontract in 2010. Blacks have been locked out of construction in San
A viral video parody of the trailer for the Oscar®-nominated film "Les Miserables" premiered at a film industry screening theater here today, representing the latest tactic in an innovative social media campaign to identify and educate online Check '
ThingsToDoLancasterPA.com will be reaching out to Lancaster PA companies to make sure all of their contact details are correct, so people find quality information that actually helps. They’ll also be asking companies to offer some sort of
Diablo district seeks holiday donations for homeless students and foster youth Posted: 11/16/2012 06:34:56 PM PST Updated: 11/16/2012 06:34:57 PM PST This is an excerpt of On Assignment, education writer Theresa Harrington's blog on Contra Costa
The black thoughts are relentless, and you just can't believe you'll ever see light...She had arrived in Vancouver from Edmonton a few months prior, started living in a shelter downtown and got into a bad relationship. She fell in love with an addict,
Herald Staff Writer The city of Seaside has prepared a community information program about the Monterey Downs project the 550-acre, equestrian-themed project already stirring heated debate. The City Council on Thursday is scheduled to receive an
Mayor Rodney Craig and state Treasurer Dan Rutherford will start with a presentation about the program, which connects residents with any unclaimed assets that are currently being held by the state.