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South East Premier sides kept apart in League Cup semi-finals

Herne Bay’s bid to retain the South East Counties League Cup that they won as underdogs last season has been given a boost with a semi-final draw against the lowest-ranked team left in the competition. 1,496 more words

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Story shows humanity of lobbyists

“I can’t tell my mother I’m a lobbyist; She thinks I’m a piano player in a whorehouse…”

That apocryphal saying reflects the often unsavory – and completely unfair and untrue – portrayal of lobbyists. 36 more words


Apex Recaps NAIAS

One day, we’ll be able to attend events like this. One day, we’ll have the press passes and the ability to step through the turnstile that many will not. 605 more words


Legislative Reception: Train Grass Roots Advocates To Work The Room

Wandering around a lobby day reception for legislators – the day before I was to speak to the grass roots advocates – I came across this table where sat four state senators… just the four senators. 271 more words


Community Leader of the Month: Jessica Belgrave

Each month, Portraits of Elmira will post a video interview of someone in the community that is making effective change. This month is Jessica Belgrave. She created Mothers Helping Mothers. 16 more words

Wivelsfield profit from enterprise of their partners in Chrimes

Wivelsfield Green (Chrimes 2) 2-1 Burgess Hill Town (Wheatley)

On a weekend of cup shocks in the men’s game, it should not have come as too much of a surprise that the underdog should triumph in the local derby with “history” at the Hanbury Stadium. 2,212 more words

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