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Latest Tuscany News

School News: Pope John Paul II High’s annual dinner auction is Feb. 26
School News: Pope John Paul II High’s annual dinner auction is Feb. 26
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Brothers killed in police-involved shooting in Miramar
A narcotics investigation at a townhouse complex took a deadly turn Tuesday night, when two brothers left one of the homes, struck an officer with their car and were shot dead by his colleagues, police said Wednesday.
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Latest Tuscany News

Make plans for…
Leave winter behind and spend “An Evening in Tuscany,” Cumberland Valley School of Music’s annual dinner dance fundraiser scheduled for Feb. 19 at Chambersburg Country Club, 3646 Scotland Road.
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Ship wreck reveals ancient secrets of medicine
It has been more than 2,000 years since a Roman merchant ship foundered off the west coast of the Italian peninsula and almost 40 years since the wreck was discovered. Now, the DNA trapped in medicines found aboard the ship is yielding secrets of health care in the ancient world.
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Intoxicating Florence, Italy
I arrived in Florence early morning on the train after leisurely working my way up via Rome, Capri, Pompeii, Siena, Assisi, Umbria and Tuscany. On my first visit to Europe, I’d now traveled through several countries in Europe. But it quickly became clear to me that Italy had something special.
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Latest San Gimignano News

Aloof, with a hint of aristocrats
Tuscany is at its best in its small historic hill towns. And of all the region’s small historic hill towns, Montepulciano has to be one of the most compelling.
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Go to Italy
The perfect marriage of college credits and a tour of Italy been arranged during the Maymester term at The University of Texas of the Permian Basin. The classroom component will begin May 9, covering the art and architecture of the principal cities…
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