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Jackson residents strongly approve $65M in school borrowing

JACKSON, Miss. — Residents in Mississippi’s capital city are overwhelmingly approving a $65 million bond referendum that supporters say will provide funds to make repairs to the Jackson school distric... read more

Town Meeting vote helps Tyngsboro Center take shape

Selectman Robert Jackson advocated strongly ... residents questioned why the town was investing in another historic building when the former Winslow School and Littlefield Library are historic buildin... read more

Attleboro mayor makes case for Highland buy

Another councilor, Diana Holmes, has already come out strongly in favor of the move ... Meanwhile, Peter Blais raised concerns about borrowing for the new high school approved by the voters last month ... read more

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2 shot and wounded in Mississippi nursing home parking lot

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Adventists' unity document sparks church rift

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Ugandan Minister for Ethics & Integrity says men raping girls is natural

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Ivey announces school safety program

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There's No Such Thing as Free Health Care

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Task force eyes ways to save branch libraries

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