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1 Arson investigation leads to two drug arrests
2 Final boys soccer stat leaders in the Burlington County Scholastic League for 2021
3 Aggies, Wolverines and Lancers, and Power Rankings, Oh My!
4 Sean Phillippi: Florida Democrats have one job
5 St. Francis (Pa) routs Franciscan University 100-54
6 Brewer High School first quarter honor roll
7 Last Call for 11.23.21 — A prime-time read of what's going down in Florida politics
8 The Digital Divide and Legal Aid Access
9 Massachusetts real estate transactions for Hampden, Hampshire and Franklin counties Nov. 14, 2021
10 The full list of the fall's KVAC high school all-star student-athletes
11 On the Record
12 UVU, GCU and Sam Houston All in Action on WAC Wednesday
13 Suicide Squad, Bogart and yokai – Knox County VillageSoup
14 Complaint says Val Demings took improper aid from Terry McAuliffe's committee
15 Congress and states can do more to promote ABLE accounts, experts say
16 Million Dollar Listing LA’s Josh Flagg hops over to Douglas Elliman
17 A 6-foot-7 Newport basketball star has a college scholarship offer. He just finished 8th grade.
18 Metro Roundup: Author Fannie Flagg releases sequel to ‘Fried Green Tomatoes’
19 Daily Log 8.29.2021
20 Nathan Fillion reveals plans for an unlikely TV show reunion
21 Twitter reacts to Sean O'Malley's TKO – and Herb Dean's stoppage – at UFC 264
22 We picked the best current men's college basketball player for every jersey number
23 The library's closed but you can still use it
24 Sean Shaw backs Charlie Crist for Governor
25 Braunwyn Windham-Burke Gives Updates on Her Dating Life and Family
26 Hollywood’s Top 30 Real Estate Agents
27 Linebacker U(gh): Where Did The Miami Hurricane LBs Go?
28 The Suicide Squad: Who Plays Calendar Man, the Classic Batman Villain
29 Widescreen: 'The Stand' tries too hard
30 Personnel note: Sean Pittman named General Counsel at the National Bar Association
31 Sean Combs' tone-deafness rears its ugly head once again
32 In a challenging year, staff efforts shine through