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Under Fire For Not Voting Or Going To His Office, Philly's City Commission Chair Keeps His Job

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The Philadelphia City Commission re-elected its current chairman, at a meeting this morning, despite a barrage of criticism about his failure to vote or spend time in his office. 177 more words

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Alrighty then. NBX

The big news is that I didn’t freeze my butt off. It was nearly balmy, and for those of you who remember NBX in past years as the coldest, most miserable race of the entire season, this sunny, dry, warm weather was just, well, odd. 403 more words

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High school football roundup

RICHWOOD – North Union has advanced to the state football playoffs, according to the Web ratings service joeeitel.com.

The service put North Union in seventh place in Division V’s Region 18, with the top eight teams advancing to the postseason. 609 more words

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High school football roundup

CARDINGTON – Cardington-Lincoln kept its hopes for a playoff berth and at least a share of the Mid Ohio Athletic Conference Blue Division title alive with a 31-24 overtime win over Highland Friday night. 774 more words

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Ethics Board Finds Philly's Chief Elections Officer Violated Election Law

By Pat Loeb

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Philadelphia’s Board of Ethics is fining the head of the City Commissioners for violations of campaign finance law.

The Board has reached settlements with several candidates who failed to report campaign contributions, but this one is unusual because the commissioners are in charge of city elections. 104 more words

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Football roundup: Mount Gilead nabs first win

MOUNT GILEAD — Deondre Cook scored three touchdowns and Jonah Barnett tallied a pair as Mount Gilead downed Ridgemont 48-12 Friday night in non-league play for its first win of the season. 530 more words

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Football Preview: Mount Gilead Indians

Key losses: Joseph Elson (1,195 rushing yards, 15 touchdowns, 46 tackles, second team MOAC); Cody Mitchell (74 tackles, 4 TD receptions, 3 interceptions, second team MOAC); Ben Bryson (17 tackles); Jalynn Cahill; Dylan Conant… 688 more words

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