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Wicked Bites Radio 10/30/16
Sun, 30 Oct 2016
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Each week Wicked Bites radio allows the listener to become the food critic - to praise or zing from pizza to gourmet. America's first and longest running food show.
SECOND HALF ON DECK: Playoff push, trade talk, healing stars
Wed, 13 Jul 2016
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does 22,000 drug tests a year," he said. The ball tends to travel when temperatures heat up — former Phillies manager Charlie Manuel used to call this "hittin' season." "It always goes back and forth, and you never know when it's going
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Are Illegals being Housed in your State?
Mon, 4 Aug 2014
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The federal government has released 13 undocumented children, who were part of a flood of 57,000 unaccompanied Central American children crossing the southwest border of the United States illegally since last October, to “sponsors” in New Hampshire since Jan. 1, according to the federal Office of Refugee Resettlement. The revelation was a surprise to state and local officials who said the federal government placed the children without notifying state agencies. Do you believe the leaders of the states saying they don't know about these children?
Fidelity Latest Company Moving Out of Massachusetts
Wed, 16 Mar 2011
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Fidelity Investments’ bombshell decision to ship 1,100 staffers out of state caught Deval Patrick off guard and overseas — raising fresh concerns that the absentee governor should be tending to business at home instead of trolling for new jobs abroad. “For the governor to be out of state when one of the state’s largest employers decides to shutter what amounts to an entire campus tells me there needs to be a more concerted effort to focus on the businesses that are already here,” said Jim Lowell, who tracks the Hub mutual-fund giant as the longtime editor of the independent Fidelity Investor newsletter. Should Deval Patrick be more worried about companies leaving the state rather than trying to bring new companies into the state?