Road restoration work in Durham to stop for Durham Fair

Laydon Industries, a contractor working for Eversource, will perform road repairs on the city’s highways, as well as highways 17 and 68. Route 17 in Middletown will also be milled and repaved to Talcott Ridge Drive, according to a press release. No work will be done during the Durham Agricultural …

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Ohio high school football coach moves vending machine outside refs locker room door so they can sit and think about their bad calls

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) – Keith Dalton and his high school football referee team said they were refereeing a game between Grove City High School and Central Crossing High School last Friday, when after the game they turned are suddenly found locked in the Grove City locker. room. Dalton believes this …

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Nuggs artisanal ice cream is a year-round treat in Denver

Editor’s Note: This is part of our Staff Favorites series. Each week we’ll offer our opinions on the best Colorado has to offer for dining, shopping, entertainment, the outdoors and more. (We’ll also reveal some hidden gems to you.) The first time I noticed Nuggs Ice Cream Shop, I laughed …

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How did the demons of Melbourne get here? Key decisions paving the way for the Grand Final

Grand Finals appearances don’t just happen. They are the result of dozens of decisions made over many years. Some of these calls are made with instant impact in mind, others pave the way for long term success. Here are the three key decisions that allowed Melbourne to touch its first …

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New book by authors George A. Morrow, Jeannette J. Morrow and Renee Clark “Winds of White Stone” is a gripping story following three sisters facing a formidable threat

FALLON, Nevada (PRWEB) September 20, 2021 George A. Morrow, Jeannette J. Morrow and Renee Clark, three high school friends and co-authors since 2015, have completed their new book “Winds of White Stone”: a warm sequel to their previous novel, “Legacy”. “The Winds of the White Stone” continues the saga of …

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Warhawks cross the finish line

It’s a big day for the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater men’s cross country team as they won another big competition this weekend. The team competed in the Tom Hoffman Invitational on September 18, which also turned out to be the team’s senior / parent day. The team finished the game 1st …

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Scientists develop cosmic concrete from space dust and astronaut blood – Eurasia Review

Transporting a single brick to Mars can cost over £ 1million, making future construction of a Martian colony seem prohibitive. Scientists at the University of Manchester have now developed a way to potentially overcome this problem, by creating a concrete-like material made of alien dust with the blood, sweat and …

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The Avenue – luxury shopping at American Dream Mall

Watch out for all the window shopping: this one is for you. The American Dream mega mall in the Meadowlands has opened its luxury shopping wing. The avenue promises more than just maximizing your credit cards – it’s a feast for the senses. Anchored by luxury retailer Saks Fifth Avenue …

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Midnight Suns and Wolverine lead the way for Marvel Grittier games

When it comes to Marvel, you have your cosmic-level threats, comedic fights, and heroism on your nose that inspire us to be better people. There’s the color, the silly spandex outfits, the cartoonish fights, and the blatant feel-good messages, and there’s nothing wrong with it all. It has its place, …

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The red brick exterior of 456 Greenwich Street nears completion in Tribeca, Manhattan

Exterior work is nearing completion at 456 Greenwich Street, an eight-story hotel in Tribeca. Designed by Stephen B. Jacobs Group with Martin Brudnizki Design Studio as interior designer and developed by Caspi Development, the 94,000 square foot structure will offer 96 rooms operated by the Lucien Barrière Group of the …

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