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History preserved by the depths: Rare 18-car Newcastle coal train found in Lake Washington to be raised

Originally published in the Eastside Journal, April 18, 1989

By Herbert Atienza

A Newcastle coal train preserved intact under the chilly depths of Lake Washington for almost 125 years will be brought to the surface again. 734 more words


How to Use SMS Marketing for Appointment-Based Businesses

Many small businesses rely on customer appointments to fill not only calendars but bank accounts. When appointments are missed, these businesses lost not only the income from those customers but also the ability to serve other customers who may well …

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Bagel and smoked fish shops coming to First Ave.

By Sabina Mollot

Tal Bagels, which earlier this year Town & Village learned would be replacing the now-closed Ess-a-Bagel alongside a new Bank of America, should open in June, one of its owners said. 480 more words


Are you a new boss? Here's how to win over existing employees.

One of my favorite interviews I’ve ever done was with Yvette Donado, the chief administrative officer and senior vice president of people, process, and communications at Educational Testing Service (ETS). 382 more words


Solar Farms in the area.

Shedfield Parish Council have been advised that plans have been submitted for a Solar Farm at Church Farm – west of B2177 on the Waltham Chase/Bishops Waltham Boundary. 508 more words

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Big Businesses Believe the Era of the Private Cloud Server is Here for Good

Sometimes the majority gets it right. Sometimes you just have to go with what works the best and sometimes a lot of people or businesses latch on to that idea. 116 more words