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Montgomery Back as Chairman, Gillick Remains President

The Phillies announced significant changes to their leadership this afternoon.

They said David Montgomery will rejoin the franchise as team chairman, not as team president, the role he had held since 1997. 881 more words

New - John Middleton book illustrations

Please visit the John Middleton page to find links to Brian’s book, and to a gallery of higher-quality illustrations for the book.

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Bitcoin has a home in the Manx Museum

Hannah Gerrard, of Manx National Heritage with the TGBEX team from left of Richard Owusu-Awuah, John Middleton and Adrian Forbes

Digital currency Bitcoin, founded in 2009 and seen as part of the evolutionary digital age, has now got a physical presence in the Manx Museum. 134 more words

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Physical metal Bitcoins launched in the UK for the first time

by SWNS Reporter

Cyber currency Bitcoin is now available in physical form – as deluxe metal coins.

The digital money had until recently only been an electronic balance of numbers. 666 more words

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Howard Eskin Reports Major Change Of Power Coming For Phillies

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — 94WIP’s Howard Eskin is reporting big changes are on the horizon for the Phillies organization. According to Eskin, the Phillies are in the process of beginning a huge turnover in the front office that will lead to an ownership change taking the decision making power away from Owner David Montgomery. 520 more words

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Sexy Laundry at Park Square Theatre

Park Square veterans Charity Jones and John Middleton portray Alice and Henry, a couple married for twenty-five years and looking to rekindle the romance in their relationship. 182 more words

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Mobile election signs now OK, city bylaw says

Windsor’s bylaw enforcers have backed down on the use of mobile election signs after being challenged on the campaign trail.

“There seems to be some confusion, so for the purposes of the 2014 election, no sign permits will be required for temporary (mobile) election signs,” said Lee Anne Doyle, the city’s chief building official. 132 more words

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