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Jim Tillinghast was 44 in 1968 when he started working for the Public Works Department in North Stonington, CT. That was 47 years ago, and he's still the first one to arrive in the morning and the last one to leave at night. He forgot to retire, but remembered everything else -- all the town's drainage systems, catch basins, culverts, plus all public works projects for the past forty years. "With Jim, it's like having an encyclopedia of the town," says highway foreman Stephen Holliday.

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CBS has replaced this week's episodes of Supergirland

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Geraldo Rivera appeared on Fox News to tearfully recount how his daughter escaped from Friday's...

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While receiving an honorary Oscar at Saturday's Governors Awards, Spike Lee took the opportunity to call out...

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Saturday Night Live forwent the traditional cold open sketch this week to deliver a heartfelt...

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Hillary Clinton, who was declared the clear winner of the first Democratic debate last month, didn't...

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Q: Hello Greg and I’m thinking of getting into the collector car hobby (I am in my late 50s) and have a few dollars saved for the purchase. Right now, I am being drawn to a station wagon as that’s what my parents always had when I was...

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Prosecutors are the most powerful figures in the criminal justice system. The proliferation of criminal statutes along with sentence enhancements and mandatory minimum sentencing, which have recently been called into question, have constricted the...

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