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Windsor's chief says street checks 'critical' to police work

Windsor’s top cop is inviting the government to visit his city to find out how to do it right after the province on Tuesday promised to consult and then put an end to “unjustified” police street checks. 626 more words

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150th Anniversary of the Lincoln Conspirator Trial Event at Fort McNair (May 08 & 09, 2015)

May 21, 2015: Barry Cauchon.

Hi all: On May 8-9, 2015 I had the privilege of participating in the commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the start of the Lincoln Conspirator Military Tribunal held at Fort Lesley J. 580 more words

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The CBS2 This Morning Team Tries To 'Escape The Room'

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) – An interactive game called Escape the Room” is taking over the city.

Players are locked in a room and given just 60 minutes to earn freedom by finding hidden objects and solving clues. 80 more words

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Saturday's high school scoreboard

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Saturday's high school scoreboard

BASEBALL

Corning 4, M-E 3

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Corning: Nate Gorges (W), Ryan Walker (7,S) and Greg Speroni. 1,965 more words

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Saturday's high school scoreboard

BASEBALL

Corning 4, M-E 3

Corning

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Maine-Endwell

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Corning: Nate Gorges (W), Ryan Walker (7,S) and Greg Speroni. 1,965 more words

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Indian Road dispute prolonged after bridge company wins court appeal

Over 100 boarded-up properties in the Indian Road district on the city’s west end are destined to remain an eyesore for at least another year after the Ambassador Bridge received a favourable ruling in Canada’s Federal Court of Appeal. 718 more words

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