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Rock & Roll Road Trip with Sammy Hagar // Joe Sullivan Joins Toucher & Rich // BREAKING: Trent Brown Re-signs with Patriots; Malcolm Butler – 3/21 (Hour 3)

(00:00) Rock & Roll Road Trip with Sammy Hagar featuring Guy Fieri and Tool front man Maynard James Keenan. (16:37) Joe Sullivan is the former Sports Editor of the Boston Globe and joins Toucher & Rich to talk about March Madness. (30:42) Some breaking Patriots news this morning: Trent Brown...
BOSTON, MA
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FROM OPPOSER TO DEFENDER: Despite Taking Heat, Former Zoning Board Member Joe Sullivan Defends Frum Developer

Former Jackson zoning board member Joe Sullivan spoke publicly at yesterday’s Jackson Township meeting. He had previously opposed the proposed development plans in Jackson. Yet yesterday, he shifted to support the development plan of a Lakewood Frum real estate developer. He stated, “I had previously only opposed the plan...
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Column: Joe Sullivan, the quiet gentleman

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Joe Sullivan of Medford Places in D2 State Cross Country Championships

Joe Sullivan of Medford finished 8th in the WIAA Division 2 State Cross Country Championships in Wisconsin Rapids. Sullivan finished with a time of 16:36.2. Nathan Cumberbatch of Shorewood took the State Title with a time of 16:06.4. Tanner Hraby of Medford finished 25th with a time of 17:12.3. Medford...
MEDFORD, WI
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9/11 memories: "Though we are different, we are all Americans." Joe Sullivan

Joe Sullivan of DeLand is Chief Professional Officer of Boys & Girls Clubs of Volusia/Flagler Counties. Each year at this time, he thinks about one of the organization's first "kids" and how the Sept. 11 terrorist attack would affect his life. This is one of the emails submitted to The News-Journal by Volusia-Flagler residents who offered memories of the 9/11 attacks.
DELAND, FL
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Joe Sullivan – News Director

Joe Sullivan has been the News Director at WXXV since 2014. He leads a talented group of Reporters, Producers, Anchors and Meteorologists. Since Joe has been News Director, WXXV has expanded from 90 minutes of News a day in 2015 to 7 hours of news a day now. In 2017 WXXV launched News 25 at 5pm on FOX. In 2016 WXXV launched News 25 at Noon on NBC. In 2016 WXXV expanded the 9pm News on Fox to one hour. In 2015 WXXV launched Weekday Morning News on Fox and NBC and Weekend News on Fox and NBC. In April of 2014, Joe was given an award by the Associated Press as one of the three best News Anchors in Mississippi. In his 27 years in local television, Joe has held the following positions: Sports Reporter, Sports Anchor, Sports Director, News Reporter, Morning News Anchor, Weekday News Anchor, Producer, Executive Producer, and News Director. Joe started working at WXXV in September of 2013. Before coming here, he was the Weekday Morning News Anchor at WBBJ-TV (ABC and CBS) in Jackson, Tennessee. In Tennessee the National Society Daughters of American Revolution presented Joe with the Award of Excellence in Broadcast Media. Joe started his career in sports. He worked at ESPN in Bristol, Connecticut as a Production Assistant. His first on air job was as Sports Director at KNDO-TV (NBC) in Yakima, Washington. His second Sports Anchor job was in Richmond, Virginia at WWBT-TV (NBC) and WRLH-TV (FOX). Joe was Sports Director at WRLH-TV in Richmond. After working 14 years on air as a Sports Anchor in Richmond, Virginia he made the switch from sports to news. Joe was born and raised in Rhode Island. He graduated from Curry College in Milton, Massachusetts, located seven miles outside of Boston. He was a pitcher on his college baseball team. In 1996, prior to the Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Joe had the honor of carrying the Olympic Torch for one mile in Yakima, Washington. Joe, his wife, and daughter live in Ocean Springs and love living near the beach.
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Joe Sullivan

Joe Sullivan, 75, of Petal, passed away Wednesday, February 10, 2021, at Forrest General Hospital. Graveside services will be Saturday, February 13, 2021, at Floral Hills Memory Gardens at 12:00 p.m. Mr. Sullivan was a member of Eastside Baptist Church in Pearl. He worked at American Stair for over 15...
PETAL, MS