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Rhode Island Manufacturing Firm Wants To Build World’s Largest Surfboard

A Rhode Island engineering technology and manufacturing company has set out to build the world’s largest surfboard.


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Race Officials: Don’t Post Marathon Bib Numbers

Boston Marathon race officials are reminding runners who have qualified not to post their bib numbers online.


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Judge Approves Settlement Over Women’s Jail Strip Searches

A lawsuit settlement that would prohibit male guards from videotaping strip searches of female inmates at a women’s jail received preliminary approval by a federal judge on Thursday.


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Christie To Kick Off ‘Tell It Like It Is’ Town Hall Series In New Hampshire

New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is taking his signature town hall events on the road.


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Dem Rep Angered By Cuts Mockingly Suggests ‘Euthanasia’ For Disabled

A New Hampshire state representative exasperated by budget cuts to programs serving disabled people has mockingly suggested the next step would be euthanasia.


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Judge Ends Maine Man’s Attempt To Salvage Cape Cod Shipwreck

A treasure hunter’s effort to salvage what he calls $3 billion in platinum from a World War II shipwreck off Cape Cod has been ended by a federal judge.



No Charges In Sno-Kone Joe, Mr. Ding-A-Ling Ice Cream Fight

Judge dismisses stalking and harassment charges in an upstate New York feud between rival ice cream truck drivers.


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Study: Letting Children Taste Alcohol May Promote Early Drinking

Children who try alcohol before sixth grade are more likely to start drinking when they are in high school, a new study finds.


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Surplus Symbols: How Many State Bugs And Beans Do We Need?

Maine celebrates its Whoopie pies. North Carolinians proudly dance their Shag. In Kansas, even dirt is official: Harney silt loam is the state soil.