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Benicia High School

Benicia High School is a public high school serving approximately 1.700 students, grades nine through twelve. It is part of the Benicia Unified School District. It is located in Benicia, California, in the North Bay sub-region of the San Francisc ...

                                               

Benicia–Martinez Bridge

The Benicia–Martinez Bridge refers to three parallel bridges which cross the Carquinez Strait just west of Suisun Bay; the spans link Benicia, California on the north side with Martinez, California on the south. The original 1.2-mile 1.9 km deck ...

                                               

Californias 3rd State Senate district

The district stretches over the northern San Francisco Bay Area and the southern Sacramento Valley. It includes parts of the North Bay, Wine Country, and the Sacramento–San Joaquin River Delta.

                                               

Carr House (Benicia, California)

The Carr House is a now demolished historic building in Benicia, California, United States. It was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places on September 13, 1979.

                                               

CytoSport

CytoSport is an American manufacturer of sports-oriented nutritional products, or "supplements" based in Benicia, California. It offers a line of protein-enhanced powders, shakes, and bars has broken into the mainstream market with a ready-to-dri ...

                                               

Creative works set in Charleston, South Carolina

There have been many creative works set in Charleston, South Carolina. In addition, Charleston is a popular filming location for movies and television, both in its own right and as a stand-in for Southern and/or historic settings.

                                               

Wragg Borough Homes

The Wragg Borough Homes is a public housing project in Charleston, South Carolina. It is bounded by Drake Street, Chapel Street, America and Elizabeth Streets, and South Street. The land for the development was acquired in 1939. Before the integr ...

                                               

Chillicothe Gazette

The Chillicothe Gazette is Ohios oldest newspaper, published daily at Chillicothe, Ohio, the seat of Ross County, Ohio, by Gannett. The paper was founded as a weekly at Cincinnati, Ohio, then the capital of the Northwest Territory, November 9, 17 ...

                                               

Chillicothe Paints

The Chillicothe Paints are a collegiate summer baseball team based in Chillicothe, Ohio, in the United States. The team is a member of the summer collegiate Prospect League.

                                               

Grandview Cemetery (Chillicothe, Ohio)

Grandview Cemetery is a cemetery in Chillicothe, Ohio. Grandview Cemetery originally spelled Grand View as two words was established around 1841. The ground the cemetery stands on looks down upon the valleys of the Scioto River and Paint Creek, w ...

                                               

Yoctangee Park

Yoctangee Park is a public park in Chillicothe, Ohio, adjacent to the Historic First Capital District. City Park was the official name of the park from its establishment in 1875 until it was changed to Yoctangee Park sometime in the 1890s by Will ...

                                               

Corydon Central High School

Corydon Central High School is a public high school located in Corydon, Indiana. The school is part of the South Harrison Community School System. The school serves high school age students of Harrison Township, Washington Township, Heth Township ...

                                               

Corydon Historic District

The Corydon Historic District is a national historic district located in Corydon, Indiana, United States. The town of Corydon is also known as Indianas First State Capital and as Historic Corydon. The district was added to the National Register o ...

                                               

Kintner House Hotel

The Kintner House Hotel is a historic bed & breakfast, located within the Corydon Historic District in Corydon, Indiana. The present building was built in 1873, and is a 2 1/2-story, Italianate style brick building. The original Kintner House, tw ...

                                               

Kintner-McGrain House

The Kintner-McGrain House, also known as Cedar Glade, is on the National Register of Historic Places, located north of downtown Corydon, Indiana. It attained the "Cedar Glade" name due to the giant red cedars Jacob Kinter, the builder, planted in ...

                                               

Bayou Lafourche

Bayou Lafourche, originally called Chetimachas River or La Fourche des Chetimaches, is a 106-mile-long bayou in southeastern Louisiana, United States, that flows into the Gulf of Mexico. The bayou is flanked by Louisiana Highway 1 on the west and ...

                                               

Donaldsonville Chief

The Donaldsonville Chief is a weekly newspaper published in Donaldsonville, Louisiana. It is owned by Gatehouse Media. The Donaldsonville Chief is a member of the Louisiana Press Association. News content for the publication is based in the City ...

                                               

Donaldsonville High School

Donaldsonville High School, is a public high school in Donaldsonville, Louisiana, United States. It is within the Ascension Parish School Board. The current 2013 - present principal is Marvin Evans. The Associate Principal is Nicole Elmore. There ...

                                               

Evan Hall

Evan Hall is a former sugarcane plantation in Donaldsonville, Louisiana, U.S. It was established for the production of sugar by Evan Jones, a merchant and politician, by 1807. It was later acquired by Henry McCall, a planter from New Orleans, who ...

                                               

Donaldsonville Grays

The Donaldsonville Grays were a semi-pro baseball team that operated in Louisiana. The team was based in Donaldsonville, Louisiana and played its home games at La Regira Field. The team played as early as 1902 and as late as 1972.

                                               

La Regira Field

La Regira Field is a baseball stadium located in Donaldsonville, Louisiana, colloquially referred to as "The La Field". La Regira Field is currently home to the Ascension Catholic High School baseball team. It was previously used by the Donaldson ...

                                               

Palo Alto Plantation (Donaldsonville, Louisiana)

Palo Alto Plantation is an historic mansion located at the corner of LA-1 and LA-944, along Bayou Lafourche in Donaldsonville in Ascension Parish, Louisiana. It was built in c.1847 and was added to the National Register of Historic Places on Apri ...

                                               

River Road African American Museum

River Road African American Museum is a museum of culture and history in Donaldsonville, Louisiana, United States. Founded in 1994, it was among the first Louisiana museums to tell the story of Africans and African Americans, both slave and free. ...

                                               

St. Emma Plantation

St. Emma Plantation is a 13.000-acre former sugar plantation and house in Ascension Parish, Louisiana, United States. The plantation was the scene of a Civil War skirmish in the fall of 1862. The Greek Revival plantation house was owned by Charle ...

                                               

The Congregational Church in Exeter

The Congregational Church in Exeter was gathered in 1638 by the Rev. John Wheelwright following his expulsion from the Massachusetts Bay Colony. The current congregation is a merger of the former First Parish and Second Parish of Exeter. Second P ...

                                               

Dudley House (Exeter, New Hampshire)

The Dudley House, also known as the Perry-Dudley House, is a historic house at 14 Front Street in Exeter, New Hampshire. Built about 1805, it is a prominent local example of Federal architecture, further notable for its occupation by two of the t ...

                                               

Exeter station (New Hampshire)

Exeter station is an Amtrak train station located in Exeter, New Hampshire. The station has one low side platform with an accessible high section serving the single track of the Pan Am Railways Freight Main Line. On average, 230 passengers board ...

                                               

Exeter Waterfront Commercial Historic District

The Exeter Waterfront Commercial Historic District encompasses the historic commercial and residential waterfront areas of Exeter, New Hampshire. The district extends along the north side of Water Street, roughly from Main Street to Front Street, ...

                                               

Front Street Historic District (Exeter, New Hampshire)

The Front Street Historic District in Exeter, New Hampshire, encompasses a portion of the towns historic center. The district extends from Swasey Pavilion, at the junction of Front and Water streets, southwesterly along Front Street to Gale Park, ...

                                               

Maj. John Gilman House

The Maj. John Gilman House is a historic house at 25 Cass Street in Exeter, New Hampshire, United States. Built in 1738, it is a well-preserved example of a Georgian gambrel-roof house, further notable for its association with the locally promine ...

                                               

Edward Sewall Garrison

The Edward Sewall Garrison is a historic house at 16 Epping Road in Exeter, New Hampshire. With a construction history dating to 1676, it is one of New Hampshires oldest buildings, and is a rare example of a formerly fortified garrison house in i ...

                                               

Samuel Tenney House

The Samuel Tenney House is an historic house at 65 High Street in Exeter, New Hampshire. This mansion was built circa 1800 as the primary residence of Samuel Tenney, a noted scholar, scientist, physician, American Revolutionary War surgeon, patri ...

                                               

WERZ

WERZ is a radio station licensed to Exeter, New Hampshire, and located at 107.1 on the FM dial. The station is owned by iHeartMedia. WERZ broadcasts from studios located on Lafayette Road in Portsmouth and from a transmitter located on Long Hill ...

                                               

History of the Galveston Bay Area

For a period of over 7000 years, humans have inhabited the Galveston Bay Area in what is now the United States. Through their history the communities in the region have been influenced by the once competing sister cities of Houston and Galveston, ...

                                               

Naval Station Galveston

Naval Station Lake Galveston, is a former United States Navy Naval Station. It was planned for operation in the 1980s during the creation of the Strategic Homeport program under the administration of President Ronald Reagan. It was recommended fo ...

                                               

North Deer Island (Texas)

North Deer Island is an island and wildlife sanctuary located in Hitchcock, Texas, in western Galveston Bay, about halfway between Galveston Island and Tiki Island in the U.S. state of Texas. The 144-acre natural island is one of the few natural ...

                                               

Pelican Island (Texas)

Pelican Island is an island located in Galveston County, Texas. It is part of the city of Galveston and is linked to Galveston Island by the Pelican Island causeway. The island is home to the Texas A&M University at Galveston as well as two m ...

                                               

Port of Galveston

The Port of Galveston is the port of the city of Galveston, Texas. It was established by a proclamation issued by the Congress of Mexico on October 17, 1825, while the land known today as Texas was still part of Mexico. The Port of Galveston is t ...

                                               

Saengerfest Park

Saengerfest Park is a small square park located on the corner of Tremont St and Strand St in the Strand Historic District of Galveston, Texas. The location includes a trolley stop, with a Fuddruckers and a Yagas Cafe nearby. It was created in the ...

                                               

San Luis Pass

San Luis Pass is a strait of water at the south-western end of Galveston Island off the shores of the U.S. state of Texas. It connects the sheltered waters of West Bay to the open Gulf of Mexico. Swimmers and fishermen have been killed in the Pas ...

                                               

Transitional Learning Center

The Transitional Learning Center is a post-acute brain injury rehabilitation facility headquartered in the island city of Galveston, Texas. It was started by the non-profit Moody Foundation in 1982, in response to a brain injury suffered by a son ...

                                               

Huntsville metropolitan area

The Huntsville metropolitan area is a metropolitan statistical area on the northern border of Alabama. The metro areas principal city is Huntsville, and consists of two counties: Limestone and Madison. In 2018, the Huntsville Metropolitan Areas p ...

                                               

Space City USA

Space City USA was a planned theme park near Huntsville, Alabama. Located adjacent to Lady Ann Lake between Huntsville and Decatur, the million project was planned starting in 1959 as "Time World". Construction began in 1963 but the project was a ...

                                               

2018 Wrestling World Cup - Mens freestyle

The 2018 Wrestling World Cup - Mens freestyle was the last of a set of three Wrestling World Cups in 2018 which took place in Iowa City, United States on April 7–8 2018. This event took place in the main indoor of University of Iowa - Carver–Hawk ...

                                               

Iowa City Community School District

Iowa City Community School District is the school district that serves the Iowa City, Iowa area. Over 14.000 students in kindergarten through 12th grade attend twenty elementary schools, three junior high schools, two comprehensive high schools, ...

                                               

Iowa City Police Department

The Iowa City Police Department is the municipal police department for the city of Iowa City, Iowa. The department consists of 82 sworn and 30 non-sworn personnel. The Iowa City Police departments jurisdiction overlaps with the Johnson County She ...

                                               

Iowa City Press-Citizen

The Iowa City Press-Citizen is a daily newspaper published in Iowa City, Iowa, United States that serves most of Johnson County and portions of surrounding counties. Its primary competitors are The Gazette of Cedar Rapids, which has a news bureau ...

                                               

KCRG-TV

KCRG-TV, virtual and VHF digital channel 9, is a dual ABC/MyNetworkTV-affiliated television station licensed to Cedar Rapids, Iowa, United States and serving the Eastern Iowa television market. The station is owned by Gray Television. KCRG-TVs st ...

                                               

KKRQ

KKRQ is a classic hits station serving the Cedar Rapids and Iowa City areas. Known as "100.7 The Fox," the station is operated by iHeartMedia, Inc. and licensed to Iowa City, Iowa, with studios located in Cedar Rapids. Music on "100.7 The Fox" in ...

                                               

KRNA

KRNA is a radio station licensed to Iowa City, Iowa, with studios in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. The transmitter for the station is located west of Oxford, Iowa. The station currently has a Classic rock format. The station is currently owned by Townsquar ...