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Ode to a small-town vacation

Well, somehow spring is gone and it’s basically summer. It’s 90 degrees outside, the strawberries are here, and it’s two weeks until graduation (because when you work in Higher Ed, you never stop judging the passing of time by the academic calendar). 637 more words

Community offers up outpouring of support after Hanover crash takes two young lives

HANOVER COUNTY, Va. (WRIC) — Loved ones are saying their final goodbyes Friday to a Hanover teen killed in a crash last weekend.

Ballard, a 17-year-old student and football player at Lee-Davis High School, was tragically killed in a… 341 more words

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Hanson Woman Indicted In Crash That Killed Nurse Training To Run Boston Marathon

BROCKTON (CBS) — A Hanson woman has been indicted on charges stemming from a December 2015 car crash that killed a jogger.

Kathleen Vitello, 52, of Hanson, has been charged with Motor Vehicle Manslaughter and Motor Vehicle Homicide by Operation Under the Influence. 86 more words

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Germany: Huge protests against TTIP deal with US

35,000 protestors took to the streets in Hanover on 23rd and hundreds of thousands in Berlin on the 21st

4/27/16 – (EuroNews)  Tens of thousands of protesters (35,000 according to Reuters and Business Insider) marched in the German city of Hanover on Saturday to denounce a proposed EU-US free trade deal – on the eve of a visit by US President Obama who insists the pact would bring massive benefits.

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Hanover parenting classes kick off

Our free Hanover parenting classes kicked off this week with “Parenting the Love and Logic Way” with our friends from Family-Child Resources.

Over six weeks, parents in attendance will learn tools to help them better raise responsible, respectful kids. 234 more words

Things To Know

Bye American

And take those dopey google-goggle thingies with you when you go.

And don’t let the virtually real door hit you on your way out.

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Germans

Let The Festival Of Love Begin

And let’s get it over with as soon as possible.

Time to say goodbye already.

While his fifth and final official trip to Europe’s biggest economy is expected to cover global crises, one of the headline goals is to advance negotiations on what could become the world’s biggest free trade agreement.

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