Prostitutes, passport photos and kittens. What is YOUR town or city googling most?

Prostitutes, passport photos and kittens. What is YOUR town or city googling most?
… while in Plymouth, people look for a fishing licence and a massage. In Scotland, deep-fried Mars bars really are popular. What unites us? It seems everyone is desperate to leave Britain. “Passport” and “passport photo” make the top three searches …
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Something Tells Us These Hilarious Young Thug Passport Pics Aren't Legal
Young Thug recently asked fans to choose between two hilarious passport pictures on Instagram, though we're pretty sure neither one would actually qualify. Still, we thought it'd be worth taking a look at both shots to see which one his fans selected.
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Town begins wetland work

Town begins wetland work
Town officials announced that the town will hold a passport event from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. on May 3. Residents will be able to apply for a passport and have their photos taken in the clerk's office. The office will also be open until 7 p.m. on …
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More Art, Less Tequila In Tijuana On Spring Break
For decades, Southern Californians thought Tijuana was Spanish for "spring break." The streets of TJ used to be packed full of spring breakers pounding shots of tequila and taking drunken photos astride donkeys painted like zebras. That is, well, a …
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Kansas Hosts Missouri State in Midweek Action
The midweek contest is also available for listening via the Jayhawk Digital Passport through KUAthletics.com/Showcase with Tom Hedrick and Sean Kellerman calling the action. Subscription prices for Jayhawk Digital Passport are as follows: $ 2.95/day, …
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DFW Airport implements automated passport control system to reduce wait times

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DFW Airport implements automated passport control system to reduce wait times
The system allows travelers to enter their passport information on touchscreens and register their return to the country electronically. The system has been operating since late October, and more than 320,000 customers have used the kiosks. The system …
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We're Excited About: Things going on around town
A Passport to Beer & Cheer, a fundraiser for the Junior League of Central and North Brevard, will be from 7 to 11 p.m. Saturday at The Veranda at Space Coast Realtors Association, 105 McLeod St., Merritt Island. This casino-themed event includes a …
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GCR Inc. and the Houston Airport System (HAS) launch Automated Passport
Using a 22" LCD touchscreen, the APC Kiosks collect passenger's passport and flight information, declaration data, take their photograph, scan fingerprints and issue a receipt. The passenger proceeds with their passport and receipt to the U.S. Customs …
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Essex County clerk outreach program comes to town

Essex County clerk outreach program comes to town
The county clerk's office notes that all applicants, including minors, must appear in person to obtain a United States passport unless they are eligible to renew by mail. For eligibility their passports cannot be expired more than five years of the …
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Philippine Embassy receives expat flak
Earlier, an OFW sent a letter through Arab News website complaining against the practice of Filipinos being forced to make an online appointment regarding passport renewal. They pointed out that not all Filipinos have access to the Internet. This is …
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Wythenshawe child sex abuser extradited from France is jailed
In 2009 police issued wanted posters for Scott and in January of this year he was arrested after his passport renewal application – to help secure permanent accommodation – triggered a police alert. Officers secured a European Arrest Warrant and Scott …
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Bad news for teachers unions, good news for Teach for America
The study was commissioned by the U.S. Department of Education and released earlier this week. Its findings are a major boon to advocates of Teach for America (TFA), a non-profit organization that deploys recent college graduates as teachers in …
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