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â€œCollegiate Baseballâ€ Newspaper names the Hitters Power Drive hitting training aid a top innovative baseball product at the American Baseball Coaches Association Convention. Boston, MA (Vocus/PRWEB) April 04, 2011 â€œCollegiate Baseballâ€ newspaper announces the Hitters Power Drive as a top 2011 innovation for baseball at the recent American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA) convention in Nashville Tennessee.
CHARLOTTE, N.C., Aug. 5 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- AnMed Health, based in Anderson, S.C., and Carolinas HealthCare System (CHS) have executed an Affiliation Services Agreement. The announcement was made earlier today in Anderson.
By Caleb Chapman, Kerrville Daily Times, Texas Aug. 2--The amount of energy from the sun that falls on the Earth's surface is enormous, and one Kerrville man is using it to power his home. John Miller is the first in the city to install eight solar panels on his roof.
By Mark Zaretsky, New Haven Register, Conn. Jul. 26--EAST HAVEN -- Police working with federal agents arrested five men on drug charges after a seven-month investigation into alleged sales of cocaine at the Brick House Restaurant, 383 Main St., police said Friday.
By Bill O'Brien, The Record-Eagle, Traverse City, Mich. Jun. 21--TRAVERSE CITY -- It's too early to tell if a breakthrough cable television deal with the Big Ten Network will bring its sports programming to Charter Communications customers across northern Michigan.
Fighting obesity might one day involve wearing a U.S.-made portable monitor to measure a person's ongoing metabolism.
By Martha Woodall, The Philadelphia Inquirer Oct. 18--Valley Forge Military Academy and College in Radnor, a premier training ground for the nation's military elite, is in turmoil.
By Saul Hudson WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The United States is concerned thousands of women may be forced to travel to Germany and work as prostitutes during the football World Cup which starts on Friday, a senior U.S. official said.
BEIJING (Reuters) - Many North Korean refugees who flee to China every year end up as sex slaves and China often sends them back for punishment, the U.S. ambassador for fighting international slavery said in Beijing on Friday. John Miller, the director of the U.S.
BEIJING (Reuters) - Thousands of North Korean refugees are working as sex slaves in China under threat of being returned should Chinese authorities catch them, the U.S. ambassador for fighting international slavery said on Friday.
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