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Following confirmation of Arts Council England funding, London 2012 Festival organisers are pleased to announce that ‘The Crash of The Elysium’, Punchdrunk’s live Doctor Who adventure for
Project Approved Despite Cost to Taxpayers and Other Borough Needs HARRISBURG, Pa., Aug.
By Rochelle A Shenk BY ROCHELLE A. SHENK Correspondent Bill Kelso took on the reins as Manheim Borough manager Sept. 16 and worked at getting to know the community by meeting with municipal leaders, residents and business owners.
By BEN SCHOFIELD MERSEYSIDE and Cheshire's roll call of pupils has dropped dramatically, with almost 9,000 fewer children being admitted to schools across the region. Headteachers have reported rapidly dwindling classes, leaving them with less cash in their budgets and fewer teachers.
By Brian Dooks The Government is initially offering councils a grant based on the percentage population of each group within their areas but the authorities say its introduction would put a strain on budgets and other services.Hambleton and Harrogate say the financial implications may be too great to allow them to be involved.
By Anonymous Conwy's Butterflies (best exhibit) Designed by Conwy County Borough Council, the bed depicts butterflies from one of the area's sites of natural beauty.
By James Loewenstein, The Daily Review, Towanda, Pa. Aug. 5--TOWANDA -- The Towanda Borough Council on Monday passed a parking ordinance that provides a large increase in the amount of overnight parking in the borough's downtown.
By Damian Gessel, The Daily Item, Sunbury, Pa. Jun. 25--MIFFLINBURG -- Step one in deciding what to do with the structurally deficient borough building: find out how much it's going to cost to keep it from crumbling into Chestnut Street. Step two? Anybody's guess.
By James Buescher BY JAMES BUESCHER Correspondent Even those who aren't superstitious might be thinking that the search for a new official seal for Millersville Borough is cursed.
- Any of various tropical Old World birds of the family Indicatoridae, some species of which lead people or animals to the nests of wild honeybees. The birds eat the wax and larvae that remain after the nest has been destroyed for its honey.