Extractions: Media - Newspapers, Radio, TV Greater York Area Business and Reference Directory Select Another Category and Click on View www.AllAboutYork.com Home Page What is the Greater York Area? Antiques and Collectibles Apartments Attorneys Attractions and Parks Automobile Dealers Bands Banks and Financial Services Barbers Baseball and Softball Bed and Breakfasts Companies Computer Service and Repair, Web Development and Hosting Coupons Crafts and Hobbies Events and Happenings Florists Genealogy Reference Gettysburg and Adams County Information Gifts and Cards - Country Markets Government Listings Hair Salon and Nails Harley-Davidson Information Home Improvement and Remodelling Hotels and Motels Human Services (Domestic Violence, Help Numbers) Hunting and Fishing Introducing the York Area Lancaster County / Pennsylvania Dutch Country Libraries and Museums Looking for Another Place Named York Maps of the Area Movie Listings Newspapers, Radio, TV, Magazines Night Spots Pet Care Photographers Plumbing and Heating Real Estate Restaurants Retail Stores and Malls Retirement, Senior Citizens
PGCMLS - Newspapers And Online News Sources A statewide database which lists magazines, journals, newspapers and other serialsin over one hundred maryland public, academic, special and school libraries. http://www.prge.lib.md.us/ref/news.html
Magazines And Newspapers in maryland Libraries a statewide database which lists magazines, journals,newspapers and other serials in over one hundred maryland public, academic http://www.bcps.org/offices/lis/Reference/mag.html
Extractions: Electric Lihrary Login ...fee-based online reference database licensed by the Office of Library Information Services for K-12 students to use at school or at home. Access to the database requires a password to use at school and another password to use at home. Contact your school library media specialists for these passwords.
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Town Of Ocean City, Maryland: Recycles newspapers magazines Acceptable newspapers, magazines, telephone books andcatalogs; Not Acceptable Paper contaminated with food or grease, junk mail; http://www.ococean.com/recycles.html
Extractions: Recycles The Town of Ocean City has been operating the 65th Street Recycling Center since 1991. In addition to aluminum, Ocean City collects recyclable materials such as glass, plastic, newspapers and cardboard. Recycling containers available upon request for curbside pick-up. Curbside recycling collections are currently available to all single family homes on the following schedule: Monday: Montego Bay, Wednsday: Caine Woods, Thursday: Caine Keys, 94th Street, Little Salisbury, Friday: 28th Street area, Mallard Island and downtown. Ocean City also offers recycling drop-off locations at the following locations: Worcester Street Municipal Lot (under the water tower), 2nd Street Trailways Bus Terminal, 28th Street bayside, the Convention Center satellite parking lot at 39th Street, 66th Street (under the water tower), 94th Street parking lot (southwest side), 130th Street (behind the Montego Bay Shopping Center's southwest corner) and 137th Street next to the water plant. Residents interested in participating in the town's aluminum buy back program can take their aluminum cans to the 65th Street Recycling Center during the following hours: September to June on Wednesdays and Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.; from June to September the schedule is Monday through Saturday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. The Ocean City Recycling Center located at 65th Street, Bayside, would like to announce their Winter Hours. The Aluminum Can Buy Back Center will be open on Wednesday's and Saturday's only, beginning September 13. 2000. Hours of operation will be from 8:00AM to 1:00PM. Recycling Center Hours will be from 7:00AM to 3:00PM beginning October 2, 2000.
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News Sources History and Genealogy. News Sources. In Southern maryland. magazines. newspapers.Online News Sources. Recreation and Tourism. Science and Technology. magazines. http://www.somd.lib.md.us/news/newssomd.html
News Sources History and Genealogy. News Sources. In Southern maryland. magazines. newspapers.Online News Sources. Recreation and Tourism. Science and Technology. http://www.somd.lib.md.us/news/newspapers.html
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Extractions: JOUR 150 Introduction to Mass Communication (3) Formerly JOUR 100 . Survey of the functions and effects of the mass media in the United States. A consumer's introduction to newspapers, television, radio, film, sound recording, books, magazines, and new media technology. Introduction to public relations, advertising, and news analysis. (Does not count toward a journalism major's degree. Intended for non-journalism majors.)
Extractions: More than 6,000 undergraduate and graduate students have received journalism degrees from the University of Maryland since today's Philip Merrill College of Journalism was founded as a department in 1945. Today, College alumni are leaders in newspapers, magazines, and TV and radio news organizations around the country and the world. Four alums have won the Pulitzer Prize: Jane Healy ('71) of The Orlando Sentinel , Patrick Sloyan ('62) of Newsday, Jon Franklin ('70) of Philip Merrill College of Journalism, who twice won the prize when he was with The (Baltimore) Evening Sun, and most recently Sarah Cohen ('92) of The Washington Post . Former San Jose Mercury News Editor Jerry Ceppos ('69) is the top news executive for Knight Ridder Newspapers. Connie Chung ('69) is anchor of CNN's "Connie Chung Tonight." DeWayne Wickham ('74), a former national president of the National Association of Black Journalists, is a nationally syndicated columnist for USA Today And some of our most recent grads are already making their mark in the field. At The New York Times Winnie Hu ('99) and Jayson Blair are reporters, and Deborah Leiderman ('94) is a copy editor. Natalie Hopkinson ('00), Dana Hedgpeth ('96), Raja Mishra ('94) and Matt Sheehan ('02) are at
Newspapers, Magazines, E-zines, Etc. Online newspapers. Online magazines. papers and news services Excite News Reuters newsfeeds The Bay Net News and Information for Southern maryland including St http://www.driko.org/mags.html
Sociology To access this database off campus, go to maryland Digital Library Password WELCOME;Multidisciplinary database covering journals, magazines, newspapers. http://hoover.wmdc.edu/subject/sociology.htm
Extractions: Dewey call numbers for books in the Social Sciences: 300-399. Full-text Sociological Articles Academic Universe (LexisNexis) Expanded Academic Index ASAP (InfoTrac) Multidisciplinary database indexing about 2000 journals and magazines with about 1000 titles in full text (i.e. only some articles are available full text 1980 to present, but dates vary widely with the journal.