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Northwest Corridor (Lancaster)

The Northwest Corridor is a Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA neighborhood. The name refers to the neighborhoods location within the city of Lancaster, and the importance of the corridor in connecting important economic and civic developments within t ...

                                               

Amerson River Park

Amerson River Park, also known as Amerson Water Works Park, is an urban park in Macon, Georgia. The park was closed after the flood of 1994. In 2015, the park was re-opened and named Amerson River Park after renovations were made costing 5.5 mill ...

                                               

College Hill Alliance

The mission of the College Hill Alliance is to assist the community in creating change to the physical and social fabric of the College Hill Corridor, a two-square mile area between Mercer University and Macon, Georgias downtown business district ...

                                               

Macon City Council

The Macon City Council is the city council of Macon, Georgia. Miriam Paris is the Council President, and James E. Timley is the President Pro-Tem. The current council clerk is Joyce Humphrey.

                                               

Macon Transit Authority

The Macon Transit Authority is the primary provider of mass transportation in Macon-Bibb County, Georgia. Ten City Bus routes serve the area, and one bus line serving suburban Warner Robins just south of the city, with most operating from Monday ...

                                               

The Mercer Cluster

The Mercer Cluster is the official student newspaper and news site of Mercer University, published in print every other Thursday and online seven days a week during the school year. While production and distribution of The Clusters print edition ...

                                               

California State Route 68

State Route 68 is a state highway in the U.S. state of California, located entirely in Monterey County. It runs from Asilomar State Beach in Pacific Grove to U.S. Route 101 in Salinas. The approximately 20-mile long highway serves as a major rout ...

                                               

Californias 17th State Senate district

Californias 17th State Senate district is one of 40 California State Senate districts. It is currently represented by Democrat Bill Monning of Carmel.

                                               

Californias 29th State Assembly district

Californias 29th State Assembly district is one of 80 California State Assembly districts. It is currently represented by Democrat Mark Stone of Scotts Valley.

                                               

Fleet Numerical Meteorology and Oceanography Center

Fleet Numerical Meteorology and Oceanography Center provides the highest quality, most relevant and timely worldwide meteorological and oceanographic support, to U.S. and coalition forces, based out of Monterey, California and Stennis Space Cente ...

                                               

Lake El Estero

Lake El Estero is part of the building blocks of Monterey, California and has been classified as a citywide park. Originally a salt-water lagoon, its outlets to the bay were cut off because of over flooding. The 24.7-acre park has become an estua ...

                                               

Monterey Bay Derby Dames

Monterey Bay Derby Dames is a womens flat track roller derby league based in Monterey, California. Founded in 2010, the league consists of two teams which compete against teams from other leagues, and the league is a member of the Womens Flat Tra ...

                                               

Rumsen

The Rumsen historically shared a common language, Rumsen, which was spoken from the Pajaro River to Point Sur, and on the lower courses of the Pajaro, as well as on the Salinas and Carmel Rivers, and the region of the present-day cities of Salina ...

                                               

1964 Grantland Rice Bowl

The 1964 Grantland Rice Bowl was an NCAA College Division game following the 1964 season, between the Muskingum Fighting Muskies and the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders. This was the inaugural playing of the bowl.

                                               

1965 Grantland Rice Bowl

The 1965 Grantland Rice Bowl was an NCAA College Division game following the 1965 season, between the Ball State Cardinals and the Tennessee A&amp,I Tigers. Ball State quarterback Frank Houk was named the games most outstanding player.

                                               

1966 Grantland Rice Bowl

The 1966 Grantland Rice Bowl was an NCAA College Division game following the 1966 season, between the Tennessee State Tigers and the Muskingum Fighting Muskies. Tennessee State quarterback Eldridge Dickey was named the games most valuable player.

                                               

1967 Grantland Rice Bowl

The 1967 Grantland Rice Bowl was an NCAA College Division game following the 1967 season, between the Eastern Kentucky Colonels and the Ball State Cardinals. Eastern Kentucky quarterback Jim Guice was named the games most outstanding player.

                                               

1968 Grantland Rice Bowl

The 1968 Grantland Rice Bowl was an NCAA College Division game following the 1968 season, between the Akron Zips and the Louisiana Tech Bulldogs. This was the last time that the Grantland Rice Bowl was played in Murfreesboro, Tennessee.

                                               

Blue Raider Network

The Blue Raider Network is the sports radio network for the Middle Tennessee State University Athletic teams, the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders. It broadcasts mens and womens basketball, as well as football and baseball games. The events are broa ...

                                               

Evergreen Cemetery (Murfreesboro, Tennessee)

Evergreen Cemetery is a 90-acre cemetery located in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. The cemetery began as a slave cemetery until its owner Dr. James Maney, deeded a 20-acre portion of his land to the city of Murfreesboro in 1872 to replace the "Old City ...

                                               

Hank Flamingo

Hank Flamingo was an American country music band founded in the late 1980s. Its membership comprised Trent Summar, Philip Wallace, Eddie Grigg, Ben Northern, Stuart E. Stuart, and Roy Watts. The band recorded one major-label studio album in 1994, ...

                                               

Murfreesboro City Schools

Murfreesboro City Schools is a school district headquartered in Murfreesboro, Tennessee, in the Nashville metropolitan area of Middle Tennessee. The district operates only elementary schools, Rutherford County schools operates middle and High sch ...

                                               

Old Fort Park and Golf Course

Old Fort Park and Golf Course is a 50-acre park and public golf course located in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. In the Park civil war fortress Rosecrans era and two trails system of the city Greenway. The Park is associated with the two sides of the W ...

                                               

Stones River Greenway Arboretum

The Stones River Greenway Arboretum is an arboretum located along the Stones River Greenway, beside the Stones River, in Murfreesboro, Tennessee. The arboretum contains species found in this area, many were originally on the site when it was crea ...

                                               

Tennessee State Route 1

State Route 1, known as the Memphis to Bristol Highway, is a 538.8-mile-long mostly-unsigned state highway in the U.S. state of Tennessee. It stretches all the way from the Arkansas state line at Memphis in the southwest corner of the state to Br ...

                                               

WMGC (AM)

WMGC is a radio station broadcasting a Spanish Variety music format. Licensed to Murfreesboro, Tennessee, United States, the station is currently owned by Radio 810 Nashville, Limited.

                                               

History of Natchez, Mississippi

According to archaeological excavations, the area has been continuously inhabited by various cultures of indigenous peoples since the 8th century A.D. The original site of Natchez was developed as a major village with ceremonial platform mounds, ...

                                               

Natchez National Cemetery

Natchez National Cemetery is a United States National Cemetery located in the city of Natchez overlooking the Mississippi River in Adams County, Mississippi. Administered by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs, it encompasses 25.7 ac ...

                                               

Natchez State Park

Natchez State Park is a state park in the U.S. state of Mississippi. It is located off U.S. Highway 61 near Stanton, approximately 11 miles northeast of its namesake, Natchez.

                                               

The Quiet Game

The novel is of investigative crime fiction genre, entailing the main character of Penn Cage. Cage travels back to his home town of Natchez, Mississippi with his young daughter after the death of his wife. A successful novelist with a legal backg ...

                                               

Nathan Hale (fireboat)

The Nathan Hale is an emergency vessel operated by the city of New Haven, Connecticut. She serves both the New Haven Fire Department and the New Haven Police Department. When it was launched in 2013 were new shelters the first fire hydrant in 20 ...

                                               

United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit

The United States Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit is one of the thirteen United States Courts of Appeals. Its territory comprises the states of Connecticut, New York, and Vermont, and the court has appellate jurisdiction over the district ...

                                               

Bayou Classic

The Bayou Classic is the annual college football game between the Grambling State University Tigers and the Southern University Jaguars, first held under that name in 1974 at Tulane Stadium in New Orleans, although the series itself actually bega ...

                                               

Hurricane & Storm Damage Risk Reduction System

The greater New Orleans Hurricane & Storm Damage Risk Reduction System is an infrastructure systems in southern Louisiana which seeks to provide the greater New Orleans area a 100-year level of risk reduction, meaning reduced risk from a storm su ...

                                               

Louisiana International Gulf Transfer Terminal Regional Center

The Louisiana International Gulf Transfer Terminal is an approved project for a container port at the mouth of the Mississippi. It will be at mile-marker zero and allow container ships with 70-foot drafts – and unlimited lengths, widths, and heig ...

                                               

The Pickwick Club

The Pickwick Club is a private gentlemens club in New Orleans, Louisiana. Founded in 1857, The Pickwick Club and the Mystic Krewe of Comus were originally one group comprising two organizations. After The Boston Club, The Pickwick Club is the sec ...

                                               

Sports in New Orleans

New Orleans is home to a wide variety of sporting events. Most notable are the home games of the New Orleans Saints and the New Orleans Pelicans, the annual Sugar Bowl, the annual Zurich Classic and horse racing at the Fair Grounds Race Course. N ...

                                               

Statue of Benito Juarez in New Orleans

The Statue of Benito Juarez in New Orleans is a statue of Benito Juarez, President of Mexico from 1858-1872, who lived in New Orleans for two separate periods in the mid-nineteenth century. Each stint was caused by the Oaxaca-born lawyer being ex ...

                                               

United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit

The United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit is a federal court with appellate jurisdiction over the district courts in the following federal judicial districts: Northern District of Mississippi. Eastern District of Louisiana. Western ...

                                               

Ƒ/8 and be there

f /8 and be there is an expression popularly used by photographers as representing the importance of taking the opportunity for a picture rather than concern for the technologies with which one does so. Often attributed to the noir-style New York ...

                                               

Lawrence (band)

Lawrence the Band is a US-based soul-pop group founded by New York City-raised siblings Clyde Lawrence and Gracie Lawrence who have been singing, performing, and writing songs together since their early childhood. Now, Lawrence is an eight-piece ...

                                               

Arnold Burying Ground

Arnold Burying Ground is a historic cemetery on Pelham Street just east of Spring Street in Newport, Rhode Island. It is the burial place of Benedict Arnold, Rhode Islands first governor under the Royal Charter of 1663.

                                               

Naval Academy Preparatory School

The Naval Academy Preparatory School or NAPS is the preparatory school for the United States Naval Academy. NAPS is located on Naval Station Newport, Rhode Island. The mission of the Naval Academy Preparatory School is "To enhance Midshipman Cand ...

                                               

Newport Public Schools

Its schools are Claiborne Pell School, Frank E. Thompson Middle School, and Rogers High School. Preschool students go to leased classrooms at John F. Kennedy Elementary School, a Middletown Public Schools facility in Middletown. Callender School ...

                                               

Rhode Island Route 114

Route 114 is a numbered State Highway 45.7 miles long in the U.S. state of Rhode Island. It connects the city of Newport to the city of Woonsocket. Route 114 was a major north–south artery for its entire length until the arrival of the Interstate ...

                                               

Ruggles Avenue Surf Break

The Ruggles Avenue Surf Break is the premier East Coast big wave surf break. Located at the eastern end of Ruggles Avenue in Newport, Rhode Island, the rocky reef break features three distinct breaks: "The Point" "Out Front" and "Around the Corne ...

                                               

WPXQ-TV

WPXQ-TV, virtual channel 69, is an Ion Television owned-and-operated television station serving Providence, Rhode Island and New Bedford, Massachusetts, United States that is licensed to Newport, Rhode Island. The station is owned by Ion Media Ne ...

                                               

New Bern Battlefield Site

New Bern Battlefield Site is a historic site of the American Civil War Battle of New Bern located near New Bern, Craven County, North Carolina. The battle was fought on 14 March 1862. The New Bern Battlefield Site consists of two discontiguous si ...

                                               

Public Radio East

Public Radio East is the National Public Radio member regional network for eastern North Carolina. It is a service of Craven Community College in New Bern, with studios in Barker Hall on the colleges campus. Networking the original station, WTEB ...

                                               

Sun Journal (New Bern, North Carolina)

The newspaper began publishing in 1916 as the Sun Journal following the merger of two older newspapers, the Sun and the Journal, in 1914. It was acquired by the New Bernian newspaper in 1923. In 1974 it was acquired by Freedom Communications, Inc ...

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