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  • Waco Twin Peaks Restaurant
    Questions continue as bikers call for action, release of those jailed
    The national media has moved on from the deadly May 17 brawl at Waco’s Twin Peaks that left nine dead, 18 wounded and more than 170 individuals jailed on $1 million bond. Local interest, however, remains and as the “bikers being bad...
  • Rahm Emanuel appoints four board members to CPS board
    As CPS faces federal investigation, Rahm Emanuel names new board members
    In light of a federal investigation into Barbara Byrd-Bennett, former CEO of Chicago Public Schools, Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel appointed four new members to the CPS school board on Tuesday, the Chicago Tribune reported.A federal team has launched...
  • Popular West Side Happier Hours literary salon promotes the New York Foundling
    Popular West Side Happier Hours literary salon promotes the New York Foundling
    The bartender handling the drinks for the Happier Hours literary salon, hosted by Aidan Donnelly Rowley in her brownstone on the Upper West Side, commented "I have worked a few of these over the past months, and this is the most crowded and...
  • Joe Nichols
    Arkansas' own Joe Nichols plays Magic Springs this weekend
    You will probably be treated to one of the best Hog Calls you will ever hear as Arkansas native Joe Nichols performs Saturday, June 6 at the Timberwood Amphitheater in the Spa City. Nichols is part of Magic Springs 2015 Concert Series. His show is...
  • Photo of Tamsen Fadal and 'The New Single' book cover for Examiner.com article
    Tamsen Fadal holds 'The New Single' book launch party in New York City
    Tamsen Fadal, producer, author and ​seven-time Emmy®-winning Anchor,PIX 11 Newshas launched her latest book "THE NEW SINGLE: Finding, Fixing & Falling Back In Love With Yourself."The launch party was held at NYC's URBO...
  • Chicago experiences another deadly weekend.
    Five shot in Chicago since Saturday morning, including 13-year-old boy
    During another deadly 24 hours in Chicago, five people were injured in separate shootings on Saturday, May 30, including a 13-year-old boy. The boy was driving with his family in the West Side neighborhood of Homan Square when he was shot in the...
  • Metta Students Foundation awards 25th grant
    Metta Students Foundation awards $1,000 to East Providence Teen
    Most high schools require students to perform a certain number of community hours, but sixteen year old Leah Sirmalis took it to a whole new level. In just one year the East Providence teen put in more than three hundred and sixty hours doing...
  • Red Paw fundraiser event huge success
    Red Paw fundraiser event huge success
    Red Paw, the folks that rescue animals who are displaced by fires or other disasters held a fundraiser/ adoption event in Bensalem Pennsylvania yesterday, May 31, 2015. Put on by World of Animals Vet Hospital, the event was held at the Polanka...
  • Georgia museum to receive B-17 in August
    B-17 heading to Georgia museum in August
    An aviation museum in Middle Georgia is receiving a rare B-17 this August, according to itsFacebook page.A B-17 Flying Fortress has been on the wish list of theMuseum of Aviationin Warner Robins, Ga., since the early 1980s.The B-17 is currently...
  • Marilyn Monroe hotter than ever on anniversary of her 89th birthday
    Marilyn Monroe hotter than ever on anniversary of her 89th birthday
    "The Secret Life of Marilyn Monroe" premiered last night at 8:00 PM on the Lifetime network, and the second and final part will air tonight at the same time. The made-for-tv movie goes where no other biopic of the glamorous star ever...
  • Fatal crash
    Fatal crash closes County Line Road
    One person was killed in a grinding two vehicle crash yesterday, May 30, 2015, on County Line Road in Upper Moreland Township, Montgomery County Pa. The crash happened just after 3:10 p.m., when a Jeep crossed traveling west crossed into the...
  • Shots fired in Lyndhurst Public Library, suspect killed
    Shots fired in Lyndhurst Public Library, suspect killed
    Earlier today May 29, shots were fired at the Lyndhurst Public Library in the namesake township when police confronted an allegedly armed suspect on the third floor of the building at about 1:35 p.m.The suspect, identified as Kevin Allen had been...
  • Deaths from heart attack
    Infographic: The Heart of our Nation
    Each day, 680 Americans die from a heart attack. Fortunately, there are several ways to prevent heart disease. Eating healthy, going to the gym, and reducing alcohol and smoking can lead to less risk of suffering a heart attack.Click on...
  • Atlanta-to-Chattanooga high-speed passenger train appears unlikely
    Atlanta-to-Chattanooga high-speed passenger train appears unlikely
    Pardon me, boy. Is that a high-speed train?That would, it seems, be a no.A high-speed rail link between Atlanta and Chattanooga, a town made famous because the railroads, appears to be off the tracks because of a lack of money and political will,...
  • Metta Student grant winner
    Providence teen wins Metta Student Foundation grant
    Admirable and ambitious are just two reason Matthew Vargas of Providence is the winner a Metta Students one thousand dollar grant. “I chose to nominate him for a Metta grant simply because he deserves to be celebrated. Other students need to...
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