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House passes bill to require CR training for school coaches
Oct 16, 2014 • Enterprise NewsThe American Heart Association of Massachusetts has pushed for the bill ever since a Springfield teenager collapsed during a junior varsity basketball practice. His coach did not know CPR, according to Allyson Perron, senior government relations ... More
Mass. House passes bill mandating CPR training for coaches
Oct 16, 2014 • wwlp.comThe defibrillator bill (S 282) was being pushed by John Ellsessar, whose son Michael died during an Oxford High School football game in 2010 from cardiac arrest. Downing said making sure coaches have CPR training was the first step. Finding ways for ... More
Strike up a note to spur on city's half marathon runners
Sep 23, 2014 • Witney GazetteMUSICIANS from across Oxfordshire have been invited to drum up support for charity and motivate almost 7,000 runners for the Oxford Half Marathon. For the third year running, bands will line the route and spur participants on as they pound the 13.1 ... More
Boko Haram group 'must be stopped'
Oct 14, 2014 • Oxford MailThe mass kidnap of the schoolgrils drew global attention when high-profile celebrities including Angelina Jolie and America's First Lady Michelle Obama posed for pictures for the #BringBackOurGirls campaign on Twitter. In July Malala Yousafzai, the ... More
Oxford's music lovers deserve better in future...
Sep 22, 2014 • Oxford MailPerhaps that drip-feeding was part of the problem, because despite the presence of such names as Klaxons, Katy B and local hero Gaz Coombes, it failed to gain critical mass and never really took off. A statement posted on the event's website on Friday ... More
Centenarian witnessed changing face of town
Sep 20, 2014 • Oxford MailMrs Moss, who bought her Oxford Hill home for £450 more than 60 years ago, said she remembers the neighbourhood being a lot quieter before the introduction of motor vehicles and mass development. Mrs Moss said: “There's a lot more buildings and ... More
'We cannot vote but we do have our own views on Scottish independence'
Sep 18, 2014 • Herald SeriesAndrew Smith, Oxford East; “I believe we are stronger and more prosperous as a united country. Even the speculation about Scotland's future in the event of a 'Yes' vote is causing uncertainty and risks damaging our economy and it is clear from the ... More
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