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Starbucks preparing to open in New Bedford — here's when you'll be able to get your coffee

NEW BEDFORD — The Planning Board approved a proposal to build New Bedford's first Starbucks on Aug. 11, and now the coffee giant confirms it is taking steps toward opening soon. "Starbucks is always looking for great locations to better meet the needs of our customers, and we are happy to confirm that we will be opening a new location at 157 Coggeshall St.," said a Starbucks spokesperson. ...
NEW BEDFORD, MA
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HS beats Dartmouth 24-7 in Thanksgiving matchup

The Fairhaven Blue Devils handed the Dartmouth Indians a decisive loss at Dartz1mouth Stadium on 11/21/21 in the traditional Thanksgiving Day matchup that usually has the Fairhaven High School team at a disadvantage. Although Dartmouth made the first scores, they were the only points they made, with FHS scoring 24...
FAIRHAVEN, MA
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Cleveland Browns Chief of Staff Callie Brownson named head coach of 2022 U.S. Women's National Tackle Football Team

CLEVELAND — Editor's note: the video in the player above is from a previous story. USA Football has selected Browns Chief of Staff Callie Brownson to serve as the head coach of the 2022 United States Women’s Tackle National Team. The team will be competing at the 2022 International Federation of American Football Women’s Tackle World Championship in Vantaa, Finland, from July 27 through August 8.
CLEVELAND, OH
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Local Biathletes continue to train

FORT KENT, Maine (WAGM) - Four biathletes with ties to the County were scheduled to compete in the World University Games in Switzerland in December. Caleb Hunter who trains at the Fort Kent Outdoor, Hannah Chipman has trained at the Center Fort Kent’s Dolcie Tanguay, and Fort Fairfield’s Sarah Beaulieu were all scheduled to take part in the competition. Organizers of the event have pulled the plug on the event due to the new variant spreading across the world and travel issues that could arise. Prior to the Cancellation I caught up with the four competitors to get their thoughts on the international competition.
FORT KENT, ME
Mirror

Pry’s ascent is coronation for family

Brent Pry will be introduced as Virginia Tech’s head football coach today in Blacksburg, Virginia. What a day it is for him and the entire Pry family. Altoona natives Jim Pry and his wife Kathy were both 18 years old when Brent was born. “We are just ecstatic,” Jim Pry...
ALTOONA, PA

Fossil footprints puzzle scientists: Bear or ancient human?

WASHINGTON (AP) — Prehistoric footprints that have puzzled scientists since the 1970s are getting a second look: Were they left by extinct animals or by human ancestors?. When famed paleontologist Mary Leakey first uncovered the footprints in Tanzania 40 years ago, the evidence was ambiguous. Leakey focused her attention instead...
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Clark's Coaching Tree: The 2021 Tournament Shaped By Retired ND Legend

The life of a coach is rarely straightforward. New cities, new teams, even new countries are not merely a possibility, but an expectation for coaches and their families, and Bobby Clark was no exception. From playing in the Scottish League to coaching in Zimbabwe and crossing the Atlantic to enter...

Fossil footprints puzzling scientists are getting another look: These ‘have been in the mystery category for 40 years’

WASHINGTON — Prehistoric footprints that have puzzled scientists since the 1970s are getting a second look: Were they left by extinct animals or by human ancestors?. When famed paleontologist Mary Leakey first uncovered the footprints in Tanzania 40 years ago, the evidence was ambiguous. Leakey focused her attention instead on...
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Times-Argus

UVM downs Dartmouth, 83-65

BURLINGTON — The University of Vermont men’s basketball team defeated rival Dartmouth College for the 20th time in 21 attempts, beating the Big Green 83-65 Wednesday night at Patrick Gymnasium. UVM scored the game’s first 10 points and didn’t trail from there. The Catamounts led by 14 points at the...
BURLINGTON, VT
Times Union

C.J. Lyons emerges as RPI football's shutdown cornerback

TROY — RPI senior cornerback C.J. Lyons is the only transfer from a Division I school on the Division III Engineers. Lyons, who came from Dartmouth two years ago, has overcome a knee injury to establish himself as RPI's shutdown corner. "I've had an amazing time this season," Lyons said....
TROY, NY
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Trees and Tragedy Bond Boston and Halifax

It was late 1918, and influenza was riding the waves of soldiers returning from war and crashing into port cities. Boston’s first civilian influenza patient checked in to Boston City Hospital on September 3. The daily death toll went from 9 to 74 Bostonians by mid-September. Visitors were barred from hospitals, schools were closed and ships were held in port to quarantine.
HALIFAX, MA
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Leah Fuld’s LayzLoungewear

In the COVID summer of 2020, Leah Fuld studied finance, marketing and strategic thinking in a fast-paced Dartmouth program. When it ended, the Staples High School Class of 2016 member had plenty of knowledge — but no job. She realized, though, that nearly everyone who did have a job was...
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Browns' Callie Brownson named head coach of US Women's Tackle Team

Cleveland Browns coach Callie Brownson was named the head coach of the 2022 U.S. Women’s Tackle Football National Team on Thursday. Brownson currently serves on head coach Kevin Stefanski’s team as the chief of staff. She’s held the position since last season. She also served as a coach for the Buffalo Bills and New York Jets and in college for Dartmouth between 2017 and 2021.
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The Independent

Mesmerising footage captures first official run of Train of Lights 2021

This mesmerising footage captures the first official run of the Train of Lights 2021 as it passes through and illuminates the countryside. Professional photographer Scott Williams and his excited toddler daughter, waited on a bridge to see the spectacular steam train thunder past. Footage shows the Dartmouth steam railway traincovered...
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Prints Long Thought to Be Bear Tracks May Have Been Made by Human Ancestor

Fossilized footprints that were found in Tanzania in the 1970s, dismissed for decades as having been made by bears, may have been left by an unidentified early human ancestor around 3.6 million years ago, new research suggests. The footprints were discovered in 1976 near the site at Laetoli in northern...
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