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1 Christopher Meckes
2 Banking on Beer: New Brew Barons Beer Trail taps into tourist trend
3 Lehigh Valley Varsity: Saturday’s Schedule, Friday’s Results
4 Campus Notes: FAMU professor awarded $2.4 million NIH grant to further neurological research
5 On This Date: (Sept. 10, 1999) – Times News Online
6 GIRLS SOCCER: Tigers trying to stay on top
7 LEGAL ADS – SEPT. 16, 2020 EDITION | Legals
8 Olympians edge Lehighton – Times News Online
9 Oct 2 | 11th Annual Northport One Act Play Festival | Northport, NY Patch
10 Above and Beyond in Alexandria
11 Community Foundation names Catherine Bocke Meckes CEO
12 Community Foundation names Catherine Bocke Meckes as CEO
13 Page 4 for August 29, 2020
14 Fact Or Fiction: 9th Circ. Cleans Up Copyright For Real Stories
15 Local Dog Dies After Testing Positive for COVID
16 ALX Chamber of Commerce Pivots Virtually During COVID Times
17 CORONAVIRUS NJ: Families return from holiday at the shore as New Jersey COVID-19 transmission rate rises
18 Breaking Down COVID-19 Vocabulary
19 LEGAL ADS – SEPT. 9, 2020 EDITION | Legals |
20 State's first fatal COVID canine was from Seven Lakes
21 North Carolina Dog Dead from 'Acute Illness' Tests Positive for COVID-19, Health Officials Say
22 A $1 million loan for CWLP could potentially help 300 people to replace lead pipes
23 State funds could be available for lead service line replacement in Springfield
24 Warm weather advice on pandemic precautions
25 Beer Street: Prospect Heights Will Get Craft Beer Bar
26 Brew Barons Beer Trail launched by Visit Hershey & Harrisburg
27 CWLP awarded for excellence in water source protection
28 State funds could be available for lead service line replacement
29 Community Foundation awards grants to local non-profits for COVID-19 response
30 The Community Foundation awards 46 grants at Central Park ceremony
31 Lorain County appointments for Winter Crisis Program to start this week
32 City Council approves recreational study for second water source
33 CWLP gives subdued budget presentation
34 Facebook's European dating service held up over data protection, privacy concerns
35 Visit Harrisburg & Hershey launches Brew Barons Beer Trail app
36 COVID-19 relief grants helping organizations in greater Quincy community
37 Art for Illinois match grant challenge
38 Council approves recreational demand study for Hunter Lake
39 CWLP: Customers With Past-Due Bills Should Ask For Help; Plant Decommissioning Is On Track
40 DIGGING DEEPER: Struggles of finding child care in Tri-States
41 Velma Lowder (1925
42 Man accused in Springettsbury Township robbery
43 Illinois board backs higher chlorine levels in drinking water to fight Legionnaires
44 Unveiled Sunday: Springfield's Meckes Street Renamed Reverend Clarence E. Alston Way
45 56 Bulldogs Named to MAC Winter Academic Honor Roll
46 2019 Lamorinda Idol finalists delight audience at Orinda Theatre
47 Everett Free Library prepares for upcoming events | News
48 Coworking space Industrious to open on Davis Street
49 Mansfield adult education program to graduate 116 individuals on June 6
50 Springfield businesses cash in on PPP loans
51 One Orinda Student's Passion for Paper
52 Best Arbitrators in 2019-2020
53 State vet encourages livestock owners to vaccinate before peak rabies season
54 The Community Foundation distributes funds to nonprofit organizations
55 Gloria Digilio
56 N.C.'s pig farmers nervously watch spread of African swine fever in China
57 Girls basketball player of the year: Meckes had championship on her mind
58 Hannibal area agencies receive COVID-19 grants
59 Visit 20 craft breweries along new Brew Barons Beer Trail in central Pennsylvania
60 Community Foundation announces leadership change
61 Invasive tick species found in Polk County; farmers work to protect livestock
62 Werner G. Smith able to 'switch' with times
63 Boundaries Different At St. Lawrence This Time
64 Interface and heterostructure design in polyelemental nanoparticles
65 Man who pummeled stranger, 'left her for dead,' gets prison
66 Bull dies in Surry County after infested by more than 1,000 ticks; state veterinarian issues warning
67 Little Huntley's cookbook a big hit
68 Unit 33 remains offline after additional issue discovered
69 Army Corps requests more studies from CWLP about using Hunter Lake for recreation
70 Corals glow in spectacular colours thanks to 'fluo-dive' lights
71 Faculty couples share love stories
72 Community Foundation raises, distributes $25,000 for local arts organizations
73 Police discover chop shop in Blakeslee
74 Patchogue Theatre Presents THE DIARY OF ANNE FRANK
76 CWLP: Springfield's drinking water tastes great
77 Cohaesus trials new micro e-commerce in Margate
78 Botched urine test keeps Lehigh Valley woman locked up for 3 weeks, lawsuit says
79 Horse owners urged to vaccinate equine aftertwo SC horses confirmed to have EEE
80 NC to ban public poultry shows, sales to prevent spread of bird flu
81 North Carolina veterinarian warns about Asian longhorned ticks
82 Over 30 local organizations awarded Community Foundation grants
83 Getting to the Grit of It
84 Exosomal Communication Goes Viral | Journal of Virology
85 Livestock, pet owners urged to watch out for ticks
86 Reporters' Notebook: Dec. 13, 2019
87 Joseph A. Meckes
88 Transmembrane Domains Mediate Intra- and Extracellular Trafficking of Epstein-Barr Virus Latent Membrane Protein 1
89 Blackman's Landon Fowler headlines DNJ's 2018-19 all-area wrestling team
90 North Carolina dog with respiratory distress dies after testing positive for coronavirus
91 NC continues to prepare for possible avian influenza outbreak
92 Planned size of Hunter Lake scaled back
93 53 school winners competed in 4-H Tropicana speech contest
94 Max Chernin, Jim Stanek & More to Lead New Musical Passing Through at Goodspeed
95 Engineering seniors design innovations to improve life
96 NC sees first EEE case of the year
97 Pride of the Susquehanna riverboat launch, City Island businesses hopeful for sailing season
98 DAILY BLOTTER: Jan. 20, 2020
99 Pride of the Susquehanna plans May 1st launch
100 Homicide task force shuts down Springfield street