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  • Vol. 28, No. 46

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  • Create Your Own

    In response to an online comment published in the March 22 issue of City Weekly, written by someone under the name “Kittens and Jesus” ...
  • Losing Locals

    I just finished reading “Three for the Money," and I, too, had a designer clothing store in Trolley Square from 1998 to 2007.
  • They Seldom Serve Who Stand & Watch
  • They Seldom Serve Who Stand & Watch

    English fire fighters summoned to rescue Simon Burgess, 41, found the victim floating face down in a 3-foot-deep model boating lake in Gosport, Hampshire. They refused to enter the water because it was above their ankles. “The officers were trained to go into ankle-deep water, which is level one, so we waited for level-two officers, who can go into chest high,” Tony Nicholls, a watch manager at Gosport fire station said. “One of the police officers told me he would like to go in the water, and I advised him in the strongest terms not to.” Nicholls added that because the body had already been in the water for five or 10 minutes when he arrived, “I made an assessment it was a body retrieval and not a rescue.” (Britain’s The Telegraph)

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