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Mayor Rob Ford Charms the Japanese Festival in Toronto

Yesterday, after attending the large Israel rally at Queen’s Park, we decided to go to the Japanese Festival held on Dundas Square. The place was crowded. 19 more words

(Open) Street Fighting Man

This is Rob Ford’s view of Toronto. Through the windshield of his SUV. It’s the way he sees the city he was elected to lead. The only way. 191 more words


Mayor of Merton’s cyclist gets ready for RideLondon

Merton residents will line the streets of Wimbledon and Raynes Park this summer to get a glimpse of the cyclists taking part in the Prudential RideLondon cycle event as it races through the borough on Sunday 10 August. 628 more words

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Elmhurst Park Triumphs for Thirteenth Time

Congratulations to Woodbridge and all those concerned in making our town the best place in Suffolk to live, work and visit. Many thanks to the Town Clerk, Chris Walker for all her hard work behind the scenes in getting us into a position to be in contention for the award year after year and to Lady Caroline Blois, who chairs the Town Council’s Amenities Committee, for her role.


Rheumatic Olympian (1928)

 In 1928, at the Olympic Games in Amsterdam, 20-year-old Vancouver native, Percy Williams, won the 100-metre race on July 30th and the 200-metre on August 1. 389 more words


Mayor Rawlings-Blake Wants To Sell Garages For Revenue

BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake plans to announce a proposal to sell four city-owned parking garages to generate cash for urgent priorities and infrastructure. 114 more words


The Launch want off with a BANG!

On the 05 June 2014, the citizens of Blogden Borough Council. Where to informed about the launch of the new council government board, by leaflets, radio advertisement and on the Council website. 734 more words