Real estate houses in Leicester David Genereux Sue-Anne Bock Re / Max Vision

LEICESTER – With homes for sale under zip code 01524 ranging from $ 159,900 to just under $ 600,000, the options are wide for those looking for a quiet, country setting while having easy access to city amenities . This 24.7 square mile city was named after Leicester, England, when …

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No. 19 Ohio State balanced in 89-58 win over Bowling Green |

COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) – Five players scored in double digits for the Ohio State No.19, who beat Bowling Green 89-58 on Monday night. After escaping with tighter-than-expected wins in their first two games, the Buckeyes started talking about it early and never allowed the Mid-American Conference team to come close. …

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2006 Pamuk, Nobel Prize winner, questioned for insulting a leader | WGN 720 radio

Posted: November 15, 2021 / 7:55 AM CST / Update: November 15, 2021 / 7:55 AM CST ANKARA, Turkey (AP) – The Swedish Academy which chooses Nobel Prize winners for literature said on Monday it was following the case against Turkish Nobel Prize winner Orhan Pamuk, which is under investigation …

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The apartments in the Med Center zone are changing hands

Duma Land II purchased 4.7 acres at 11900 Wallisville Road. CE “Trey” Erwin III of Lee & Associates represented the purchaser. EAS Houston LLC purchased the co-op at Med Center, a 200-unit garden-style property at 7710 S. Main. Scott Bray, Ryan Epstein and Jennifer Ray of Walker & Dunlop represented …

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Toledo 49, Bowling Green 17

TOL_Koback 50 run (Cluckey kick), 10:57. TOL_Koback 10 run (Cluckey kick), 6:44. BGSU_Stewart 8 run (Needham kick), 2:18. Second quarter BGSU_FG Needham 47, 10:56 a.m. TOL_Finn 13 run (Cluckey kick), 3:34. TOL_McKinley-Lewis 59 pass from Finn (Cluckey kick), 2:23. TOL_Landers 6 pass from Finn (Cluckey kick), 1:07. Third quarter TOL_Turner …

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Omar El Akkad wins Canadian Literature Award

TORONTO (AP) – Egyptian-Canadian author and journalist Omar El Akkad, who wrote about the global refugee crisis through the eyes of a child, has won Canada’s richest literary award. El Akkad won the Scotiabank Giller Award for his book “What Strange Paradise” on Monday night. The former Globe and Mail …

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