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Norovirus nauseates hundreds at local eatery

August 8, 2012
HOLLAND, MI — The eatery, Margarita''s Restaurant, voluntarily closed after norovirus was discovered by the Ottawa County Health Department.
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Custodian pockets $50,000 with lottery win

August 8, 2012
ATLANTA — Wilmon Kelly, a 40-year veteran custodian, won a prize of $50,000 that he and his wife will use to pay off some bills before saving the remainder.
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Company raising infection awareness among students through donations

August 8, 2012
MIAMI — Freshmaker wipes come in four different scents — melon, tropic, strawberry and apple — and their alcohol-free properties are safe for children.
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Perpetrator brings bedbugs into police station

August 8, 2012
ASBURY PARK, NJ — Bedbug extermination is necessary after police believe a man arrested for sexual assault and his victim brought the pests into their station Monday night.
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Custodial contract approved by school board

August 8, 2012
PORTLAND — Under the agreement, most employees will see a salary freeze for the 2012-13 academic year but could receive up to two increases next year.
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FM Facility Maintenance welcomes new visionary

August 8, 2012
HARTFORD, CT — Specifically, Cheryl Hutchinson will be responsible for leadership development, succession planning and performance management.
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Are you ready for the end of inefficient lighting?

August 8, 2012
CHICAGO — The legislation requires all impacted lighting to use energy more efficiently, effectively banning the sale of new incandescent and halogen bulbs in preference of compact fluorescent light (CFL) and light-emitting diode (LED) varieties.
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MRSA more prevalent than HIV and flu combined

August 7, 2012
WASHINGTON — Although not all show immediate symptoms, roughly one in every 20 healthcare patients is now battling what has been called "the bacteria of the decade."
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Train cleaner becomes Olympic hero

August 7, 2012
LONDON — A mother and son are thankful for the diligence and dedication of a train cleaner in helping them find their lost 2012 Olympic Games tickets.
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Custodian builds new sign for school in personal time

August 7, 2012
NEW PHILADELPHIA, OH — A newly erected sign will soon adorn the front of Welty Middle School thanks to the unselfish efforts of a longtime custodian and several local businesses.
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