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Piedmont's annual Turkey Trot expected to draw nearly 3,000
"It's an event the whole family will enjoy," said organizer Marilyn Weber. "We expect at least as many participants as last year, which was 2,700."
Stars of the weekFaraz Khan, Saint Mary's, boys cross country -- The senior qualified as an individual for the CIF State Cross Country Championships with a sixth-place finish in the North Coast Section Division 4 boys championship race on Nov.
Raiders needn't let door hit themSo, now the Oakland Raiders, after bilking taxpayers for $200 million and having the nerve to demand $400 million more, have signed on the powerhouse CEO of Walt Disney to help them move to L.
When I heard that Echlin failed to show for work the day after Thanksgiving 2005 because she died in her sleep, I was devastated and in shock. She was 52, wasn't sick and showed no signs whatsoever of having any health issues. A decade has passed -- and this Saturday marks a milestone at A Great Good Place for Books. Caldwell, who immediately took over ownership of the bookstore after Echlin's death, is celebrating her 10th anniversary as owner.
"You don't get a better community holiday celebration than the holiday stroll," said Daniel Swafford, executive director of the Montclair Village Association. "We showcase the incredible businesses and participating nonprofits and all the incredible schools and church groups performing to highlight what they do for the season -- and it's free."
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An 'Empire' Thanksgiving? Be grateful you're not at the table with Cookie and Lucious Lyons' warring clan
TV helps to illustrate why life may not be so bad, after all.
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Rosie O'Donnell: Donald Trump's presidential bid a 'nightmare'
With a long history of animosity, will Rosie O'Donnell calling Donald Trump's presidential bid a nightmare set off another round of insults?