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How did so many female TV meteorologists across the U.S. end up wearing the same dress?

RALEIGH, N.C. (WNCN) – Every once in a while, meteorologists may produce the exact same forecast, but getting them to wear the exact same clothing is very rare. 250 more words


The Ludicrous New Slogan: "I.Seoul.U"


The slogan created by a Korean student, Lee Ha-rin, or “I.Seoul.U,” has been elected recently in an online poll as Seoul’s new slogan, beating “Seoulmate” and “SEOULing” to replace the former slogan, or “Hi Seoul.” Nine experts, including marketing company CEOs and several professors, who participated in the poll unanimously chose “I.Seoul.U.” 16,000 total citizens participated in the poll to choose the new slogan. 414 more words


Local History: The Wreck of the Edmund Fitzgerald

By Miranda Emaus

The SS Edmund Fitzgerald was first launched in 1958. At the time, measuring 729 ft long and 75 ft wide she was the largest ship to sail the Great Lakes. 290 more words


Bolton at Home calls for Community groups to unite against illegal money lending

Bolton at Home is calling for community groups to unite against illegal money lending in Bolton.

The organisation is holding a loan shark awareness event on Monday 23 November and is urging representatives of local organisations and community groups to get involved and find out what they can do to help. 247 more words


UC system: increased enrollment of California applicants

Greed is a trait found in the most unlikely of places, and unfortunately for us, this includes the University of California (UC) system. Recent numbers have shown that the UC is accepting more and more out-of-state applicants, becoming a “sore-point” for in-state applicants and even the state legislature. 318 more words


Coventry to mark 75th Anniversary of the Blitz

By Robyn Western

This weekend marks the 75th anniversary of the most devastating of a series of attacks on Coventry during World War II by the German Luftwaffe bombers. 515 more words

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999 surge continues as NWAS prepare for winter

North West Ambulance Service recently reported the hike in calls over Halloween and as we fast approach the Trust’s busiest time of year, the level of 999 emergency calls are showing no signs of reducing. 1,147 more words

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