Monthly Archives: October 2021

Mamaroneck defeats previously undefeated Scarsdale 2-0

SHRUB OAK – They had played a 0-0 draw earlier in the month. Four scoreless field hockey quarterbacks stretched to six quarters as Scarsdale, a Section 1 seed in Class A, and second seed Mamaroneck entered half-time in the Class A championship game Sunday at Lakeland High School without a …

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Historic Homes You May Own in the Fredericksburg Area | Local News

HISTORICAL RESTORATION MEETS MODERN LUXURY! CONVENIENT LOCATION IN THE CITY CENTER! Beautifully redesigned and renovated! This 5,500 square foot, 4/6 bedroom home has been restored and renovated to enjoy upscale modern luxury. Winning the Award for Excellence in Conservation and Restoration will not come as a surprise when you visit …

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Read Dr. Dr. LL Cool J Rock Hall’s induction speech

Dr. Dre was 19 and had yet to join World Class Wreckin ‘Cru, let alone the NWA, when 16-year-old LL Cool J released his first single, the underground smash “I Need a Beat.” Cool J, real name James Todd Smith, was a rap freak and hadn’t even graduated from high …

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Ram’s Cold and Rainy TRAFFIC REPORT

(MURFREESBORO) Rain, cloudy and colder weather – this is what creates challenges for motorists when driving on construction sites. Murfreesboro Transportation deputy director Ram Balachandran has verified the reports and warned of areas to avoid between now and November 6, 2021. City construction projects Demolition work on the old Pinnacle …

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PJ Tucker described what it was like to keep Durant

Keeping Kevin Durant is an impossible thing to do. This is especially the case during the playoffs where he is more locked up than usual. But someone has to do it. And that someone for the Milwaukee Bucks in their championship run was PJ Tucker. They traded for him, precisely, …

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Latest news on Amazon’s grocery business and wider retail expansion

Amazon has huge plans to grow its fresh grocery business. This includes a larger network of physical stores and many new projects, such as a smart refrigerator. But Fresh employees say there is a “toxic” work culture, as well as an environment of “burnout”. Loading Something is loading. Amazon has …

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Stone Industry Feeling Supply Chain Crisis: Impact On Orders Including Headstones

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo .– People whose loved ones have died may have to wait months for gravestones, and suppliers say the supply chain crisis is to blame. “People are cranky, and I think I would be too, especially when it comes to commemorating a loved one,” said Richard Wilhelm, director …

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Paving planned for streets of Staten Island next week

STATEN ISLAND, NY – The New York City Department of Transportation (DOT) will lead daytime paving and road maintenance efforts in several communities on Staten Island next week. Paving will take place in New Springville, Bloomfield and Travis and may result in temporary road closures. Maintenance work will be carried …

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Bishop Gorman High School blanks Faith Lutheran in playoff game opener

It’s been 706 days since Bishop Gorman woke up to the sweet smell of playoff football. The weather away was tough but well worth the wait, as seed Gorman struggled when Faith Lutheran visited 51-0 on Thursday night in the first round of the Class 5A playoffs – the sixth …

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Freehold Township Wins Shore Conference 2021 Title

BARNEGAT – The Freehold Township women’s soccer team has been one of the most consistent Shore Conference programs in the past 11 years. They have won eight Shore Conference Class A North titles, including this year, during that time frame. They won two NJSIAA Group IV state titles during that …

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