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Police investigation Copernicus Boulevard arson

Police investigation Copernicus Boulevard arson
Police are searching for the people responsible for setting a fire at the rear of a business on Copernicus Boulevard on Sunday. The incident occurred sometime between 2:30 a.m. and 3:30 a.m. when four people were seen through video surveillance loitering behind the building.[...]
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Spot check leads to license suspension
An April 9 spot check of 346 cars led to one drinking and driver charge, one driving under suspension charge and four highway traffic act charges. Police conducted the RIDE spot check on Municipal Road 80, Valley View Road and Sudbury’s downtown core.[...]
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Train derails near Feronia (UPDATED)
Passenger train service between Cochrane and North Bay has been disrupted following a freight train derailment northeast of North Bay, according to a spokeswoman for the Ontario Northland Transportation Commission.[...]
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Communities honored for service
Does your association use Paypal to collect maintenance payments? Train residents to be emergency response volunteers in case of a hurricane strike? Or use a polished Website to keep owners informed about board meetings and post governing documents?
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AG to investigate leaks
Officials in Auditor General Sheila Fraser’s office are conducting a department-by-department search to try to find those who leaked drafts of a controversial report about the government’s spending on the G8 Summit.[...]
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Gas drilling’s promise, perils rile townsfolk
By MICHAEL RUBINKAM and RAMIT PLUSHNICK-MASTI Associated Press Ron Hilliard came back from church one Sunday to find hundreds of plastic $ 5, $ 10, $ 20 and $ 100 bills hanging on his fence in Flower Mound,…
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Not anonymous: attack reveals BitTorrent users on Tor network

Not anonymous: attack reveals BitTorrent users on Tor network
Think that anonymizing BitTorrent tracker connections through Tor makes you harder to track? Think again. A vulnerability was used to identify over 10,000 users’ IP addresses via their BitTorrent tracker connections. But it’s not just your BitTorrent downloads that are at risk: an attacker can use your BitTorrent connections to de-anonymize other, more secure applications run over Tor. In a …
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It’s Microsoft Patch Tuesday: April 2011
Justin James gathers the information you need to make the right decision on applying Microsoft’s April 2011 patches in your organization.
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Get Your Local Food Fix at Artisanal LA This Weekend
From  spirits infused with local jasmine in Monrovia  to dense, chewy fudge made in a Pasadena kitchen , this weekend’s Artisanal LA  will showcase the very finest hand-crafted edibles made within L.A. County limits. Bring your deepest tote bag and your emptiest stomach, because this is your best opportunity to sample and purchase goods by almost a hundred local businesses who are canning …
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Gas drilling’s promise, perils rile townsfolk
From the suburbs of Dallas to rural Pennsylvania, companies capitalizing on the natural gas boom are luring homeowners with checks and the promise of future royalties – and are sowing division pitting neighbor against neighbor.
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Burlington Department of Motor Vehicles branch plans temporary move
Construction of new housing adjacent to the Vermont Department of Motor Vehicles offices in Burlington’s New North End has prompted the search for a temporary alternative site, department officials say.
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OPP respond to 6 accidents involving wildlife

OPP respond to 6 accidents involving wildlife
Those moose signs posted along the highway aren’t there for decoration. Ontario Provincial Police responded to six accidents involving deer and moose within 24 hours over the weekend, including one collision in which police found the animal still on the roof of a car.[...]
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Ex-Laredo police officer gets prison in drug case
LAREDO, Texas (AP) — A South Texas police officer convicted of conspiring to safely escort loads of smuggled cocaine through Laredo is going to prison. A federal judge on Monday sentenced 28-year-old former Laredo Officer Orlando Jesus Hale to…
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Gas drilling’s promise, perils rile townsfolk
By MICHAEL RUBINKAM and RAMIT PLUSHNICK-MASTI Associated Press Ron Hilliard came back from church one Sunday to find hundreds of plastic $ 5, $ 10, $ 20 and $ 100 bills hanging on his fence in Flower Mound,…
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Man leads police on car chase
A 35-year-old man who allegedly led police on a car chase through downtown Wilmington early Sunday was arrested after hitting three parked cars and then crashing at Ninth and Grace streets, police said.
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Police charge suspect in Spring Avenue robbery
A 21-year-old man was reportedly robbed Sunday afternoon on Spring Avenue by an assailant who pulled out a handgun and stole the victim’s gold chains and cash from his front pocket.
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Provincial Tories take aim at LHINs

Provincial Tories take aim at LHINs
Former provincial health minister Jim Wilson came out swinging Monday morning against the Dalton McGuinty government’s approach to health care, in a whistle-stop news conference outside Brantford General Hospital.[...]
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Jones Co. election director pleads guilty to DWI
A Jones County official was in Lenoir County Court this week on the charge of driving while intoxicated. Sandra “Gail” Semones Lee, the county’s Board of Election’s Director, pled guilty on Monday morning to the charge. She was sentenced to…
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Police may charge suspected drunken driver with murder in Gardena crash
As police prepared a possible murder case Monday against a suspected drunken driver, doctors informed them that they do not expect a 6-year-old boy to survive a crash that already had claimed his uncle’s life. RELATED LINKS: » BLOG: Keep up to date with South Bay crime and court news » South Bay crime stats
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A place at her table: Sarah Gim is the gatekeeper at TasteSpotting
Sarah Gim certainly didn’t invent food porn. But she’s perfected it.
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Man leads police on car chase
A 35-year-old man who allegedly led police on a car chase through downtown Wilmington early Sunday was arrested after hitting three parked cars and then crashing at Ninth and Grace streets, police said.
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Police charge suspect in Spring Avenue robbery
A 21-year-old man was reportedly robbed Sunday afternoon on Spring Avenue by an assailant who pulled out a handgun and stole the victim’s gold chains and cash from his front pocket.
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