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Muscat: Bank Muscat, the leading financial services provider in the Sultanate, with the largest network of 437 ATMs and 171 CDMs spread across Oman, is all set to provide banking assistance to residents and visitors to enjoy a hassle-free Eid al Fitr holiday.
Holywood Players are bringing their play 'A Party to Murder' to Newtownabbey's Courtyard Theatre from August 1 to August 2. The play is set at Halloween, when six people have been invited to a Murder Mystery party weekend at a rustic island cottage.
School officials announced Tuesday that Don Artamenko will begin the job on Aug. 1. He previously served as an assistant athletic director and athletic coordinator at Blinn College in Texas.
U.S. intelligence agencies are pledging "diversity and tolerance" reforms after leaks by Edward Snowden revealed a string of discriminatory practices and communications rife with racial, ethnic, and religious epithets.
John and Joseph Tillett targeted separate properties in Haverhill but each was caught after leaving footprints at the scene of the crime, Ipswich Crown Court heard on Monday.
A 35-year-old upstate New York woman has been convicted of killing her 8-year-old daughter more than three years ago.
As the holy month of Ramadan rounds its last corner, we visit the Muslim enclave of Ramkhamhaeng, an area that young people from the South now call home It is the final week of Ramadan, the Islamic holy month of fasting.
The Florida Department of Health's Office of Compassionate Use will hold a second public meeting Aug. 1 to discuss potential medical marijuana regulations in Florida.
Carson District Judge James Wilson has set an Aug. 1 hearing on a move to block an initiative petition to expand background checks to nearly all gun sales in Nevada.
The National Park Service says the Great Smoky Mountains National Park received more than 9,000,000 visitors in 2013 who spent more than $734 million in communities near the park.
Southeastern Conference coaches welcome a second signing period, but are divided on the time frame.
Organizer Bill Herron says the group wanted Sorrentino to know the community is behind him and people aren't all bad.
University in New Orleans campuses will become a tobacco-free on Aug. 1. The move brings the university into compliance with a new state law that requires public colleges and universities to develop tobacco-free policies.
Runners form a human bridge at the finish line to cheer fellow racers. Participants completed a 3-mile loop around the National Mall - without food or water since sunrise.
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Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 02:19 am
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