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Records obtained by the Park Press stated Tramaglini was cited Monday for public urination or defecation, discarding and dumping of litter, and lewdness. Tramaglini has since taken a paid leave of absence, the Kenilworth Board of Education said in a statement posted to Facebook . Effective immediately, Brian Luciani, our Director of Academics, will assume the responsibilities of the office of superintendent of schools.
  • Toronto Maple Leafs force Game 7 with key victory over Boston Bruins

    Toronto Maple Leafs force Game 7 with key victory over Boston Bruins

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    But the Bruins only outshot the Maple Leafs 33-30 in Game 6 because they missed the net 16 times to go along with those 23 Maple Leafs blocks. In Toronto, Frederik Andersen stopped 32 shots to lead the Toronto Maple Leafs to a 3-1 win over the Boston Bruins on Monday night, forcing a decisive Game 7 in the first-round series.
  • US veteran wounded by IED blast receives first total penis, scrotum transplant

    US veteran wounded by IED blast receives first total penis, scrotum transplant

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    Surgeons at John Hopkins described lost penises as "an unspoken injury of war", suffered in silence by patients who face stigma as well as a loss of sexual intimacy and urinary function. The sergeant did not receive testicles from his donor to avoid the ethical issues that might ensue if he later had children, said Damon Cooney , another transplant team member.
  • Swampscott Police will take back unwanted prescription drugs

    Swampscott Police will take back unwanted prescription drugs

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    Drug Take Back Day is focused on getting unwanted medication, both prescription and over the counter, to proper discarding locations. Nationally, 456 tons (912,305 pounds) were collected. In 2017 DEA worked with its tribal law enforcement partners to set up 115 collection sites on tribal lands. A number of local law enforcement agencies will take part in the national movement and take back potentially risky expired, unused and unwanted prescription and over-the-counter drugs on Saturday.
  • Video shows Minnesota fugitive grandmother's arrest in Texas

    Video shows Minnesota fugitive grandmother's arrest in Texas

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    The manager of another restaurant in South Padre Island is the one who called authorities. "She stood out to the bartender a little bit, but until she came away in handcuffs, I guess nobody really thought too deeply of it", Reagan said. Sheriff's Department said the video shows Lois Ann Riess grabbing a sandwich and asking a clerk for directions to go south. "She was enjoying herself".
  • Coli Warning To All Romaine Lettuce

    Coli Warning To All Romaine Lettuce

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    No common grower, supplier, distributor or brand has been identified in the outbreak, CDC officials stated in reports. Thursday's warning said consumers should not buy or eat romaine lettuce at a grocery store or restaurant "unless you can confirm it is not from the Yuma, Arizona, growing region".
  • In Sonia Gandhi's bastion, Amit Shah accuses Congress of maligning opponents

    In Sonia Gandhi's bastion, Amit Shah accuses Congress of maligning opponents

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    While Shah did not make a direct reference to the SC verdict, UP CM Yogi Adityanath and BJP state chief Mahendra Nath Pandey demanded that Congress apologise for maligning the image of the BJP chief in Justice Loya case. Hectic campaigning have begun in Karnataka as political parties have upped the ante for the forthcoming polls to be held on May 12. This time the BJP is out to test Rae Bareli's love for the Nehru-Gandhi family, now represented by UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi, a ...
  • #LazyNigerianYouth: Young Nigerians Continue To Bash President Buhari Over UK Comments

    #LazyNigerianYouth: Young Nigerians Continue To Bash President Buhari Over UK Comments

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    In a video, the President had said that numerous youths below the age of 30 were uneducated, but waiting for everything to be done for them, just because Nigeria is an oil-rich country. He urged Nigerians to forgive Buhari, rather than send him to the "political guillotine". Ibrahim Baba Bashar, said Buhari's declaration of intention to seek second term in office is good for Nigerians because the constitutional first four-year term couldn't be enough to carry out all the impactful capital ...
  • Spreading E.coli outbreak prompts USA lettuce warning

    Spreading E.coli outbreak prompts USA lettuce warning

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    In an earlier outbreak this year, 59 people in the US and Canada became ill from a unsafe strain of E. coli bacteria connected to romaine. No deaths have been reported. Symptoms of this strain of E. coli include severe stomach cramps, vomiting, and diarrhea, which is often bloody, officials said. At this time, no common grower, supplier, distributor, or brand has been identified.
  • Bon-Ton's liquidation sale begins Friday at 3 Valley stores

    Bon-Ton's liquidation sale begins Friday at 3 Valley stores

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    Bon-Ton has 250 stores. The sale of Bon-Ton Stores Inc.to a liquidation company awaits a DE bankruptcy judge's signature to finalize the deal. Bon-Ton's top management's initial priority was to sell the business to an individual buyer who would be passionate about the business and turn it around all together.
  • Fugitive grandmother accused of killing her husband captured in Texas

    Fugitive grandmother accused of killing her husband captured in Texas

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    Marshals Service and the Dodge County Sheriff's Office. A nationwide manhunt resulted in the apprehension and arrest of Riess at a South Padre Island, Texas restaurant. Surveillance video showed Riess smiling and talking with Hutchinson on April 5 at a brewery in Fort Myers Beach. He says two undercover officers approached Riess Thursday evening, and that she did not resist arrest.
  • Gujrat riots: HC acquits Maya Kodnani

    Gujrat riots: HC acquits Maya Kodnani

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    A division bench of the Gujarat High Court had reserved the order in the case in August 2017. Out of the 16 convicts, all except one have been sentenced to 21 years of rigorous imprisonment. Kodnani had maintained that she had been falsely implicated. Along with Kodnani, Ganpat Chhara and Haresh Chhara, two other accused in the case have been acquitted as well.