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The preschool, which ranges in cost from $1,600 to $2,260, depending on the number of days a child attends, is open to children from Berlin and Boylston who will be at least 3 years old by Sept. 1. The lottery for a place in next fall's session will
Mr Bayford is aware of his estranged wife's new relationship and it is understood they have reached an agreement to split the lottery fortune, one of the biggest ever won in Britain. When they went public with their win, they insisted they would not
AP Television In this theater publicity image released by Boneau/Bryan-Brown, Andrew Rannells, center, performs with an ensemble cast in "The Book of Mormon" at the Eugene O'Neill Theatre in New York. Ghostlight Records said Tuesday, April 26, 2011,
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Los Angeles Daily News Is Jennifer Lawrence the Katniss Everdeen envisioned in Suzanne Collins' novel The Hunger Games ? Apparently fans or at least the vast majority of them thought so. The first film in the series, out on DVD Saturday, took in some
A school in South China has sparked criticism after introducing a lottery to choose which children can stay on campus at lunchtime, with the losing students being forced to go home in the middle of the day in a move designed to ease overcrowding.
Los Angeles police are aiming to beat suspects to the scene of a crime by using computers to predict where trouble might occur. The Los Angeles Police Department is the largest agency to embrace an experiment known as "predictive policing," which
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Robin and Lesley Palmer were stranded in their bungalow after a massive rain storm left roads underwater. Former electrical manager Robin, 65 who retired five weeks ago said: We had been stranded in our home due to the floods. If we'd known we
Police Carl Williams says law enforcers are being forced to play catch up to the lottery scammers. "We are constrained by the rule of law and our own professional standards," the senior cop said. ACP Williams gave the keynote address at a Cybercrimes