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Harry, Christie survey the damage and have some fun
Thousands visited downtown Summit Sunday to enjoy food, music, games and craft vendors at the annual Spring Street fair.
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The free discussion will include ways to modify your lifestyle and home environment to reduce your chances of falls in the home, as well as provide tips to make your home safe.
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Cycle for Survival is the only fundraising event dedicated to rare cancers as a while, raising more than $28 million to date.
Events include a workshop on flexible minds and bodies, a Friday forum on the social message of the prophets, and a Wednesday forum on sensing your way to the sacred.
If you see more JCP&L trucks in the area, don't be surprised. The company will be trimming vegetation along the roadways. Affected residents will be notified in advance.
Sid and Doris Weingus, married 65 years, were reminded of their love during a $15 stay at a luxurious New York hotel last year.
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