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Tall Metal Fences Cause Controversy in San Diego School District

When the residents of San Diego take their children to school in the morning, some feel as though they are driving up to a prison. According to U-T S...
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Unreliable Childcare Holds South Korean Women Back

Childcare is a necessary but expensive service for many working parents in the United States, who often assume 90% of daycare costs. However, as diffi...
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Five Frozen, Family-Friendly Activities Across Vermont That Will Get You Outdoors

It’s estimated that during the last few decades, the amount of time kids spend playing outdoors has decreased by as much as 90%. Throughout the ...
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San Diego Urgent Care Center Closes Temporarily After Possible Measles Case

Urgent care centers are an important resource for many Americans, providing affordable and convenient medical care for a variety of non-life-threateni...
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Study Shows Marketers Spending More Time and Money on Social Media

Today, the average small- or medium-sized business likely has a number of questions about how to promote itself on and offline. These questions might ...
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Baton Rouge Man Proposes to Fiance at the Louisiana Marathon Finish Line

In a time where many people run away from marriage, one Baton Rouge resident did the exact opposite. He, quite literally, ran towards it. Ben Randow, ...
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Houston Sees Greatest Number of Master-Planned Homes Sold in 2014

Houston, Texas, has topped a nationwide list of cities with the most master-planned home sales in 2014, with a total of seven of the state’s com...
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Companies Draw Criticism After Using “Je Suis Charlie” in Their Marketing Campaigns

If you run your own business, hiring an SEO company or online marketing firm to help direct your internet advertising campaigns likely seems like an o...
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Florida Teen Won’t Be Charged After Posing as a Doctor for an Entire Month

A Florida teen will not face charges after posing as a doctor in a hospital — for an entire month. According to CBS Miami, the 17-year-old pret...
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The Newest Trend in Patio Construction: the Patio Planter

Home-grown vegetables are never a bad thing — but for many American homeowners who live in urban areas, starting up a garden hasn’t really...