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Hartington

(ˈhɑːtɪŋtən)
n
(Biography) Lord. See (8th Duke of) Devonshire
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Toplis, of Hartington Road, central Stockton, appeared at Teesside Crown Court via video link to Durham Prison to enter his plea.
The car, believed to be a Mercedes CLA, smashed into The Junction Pub, on Union Street, near to the junction of Hartington Road, Middlesbrough, at 9.30pm on Sunday.
THE recent Looking Back photographs of the flooding down Gordon Road and Hartington Street has seen former resident contact us.
The black car flipped onto its roof at the junction between Wallington Avenue and Hartington Road in the Marden Estate at around 3pm yesterday.
Raymond Nolan, 49, of Hartington Road, was accused of burgling the reception at the Kinmel Manor Hotel, Abergele, and stealing PS15,000 in May.
Hartelco is located in Hartington, Neb., and serves the county seat in central Cedar County with 255 miles of fiber optic cable within our 198-square-mile service area.
The Great North Air Ambulance Service (GNAAS) helicopter was forced to land on a grassed area near Hartington Road on Marden Estate, to help the boy.
Following reports of a disturbance, officers were called to a property on Hartington Street in Barrow at 6.30pm on Tuesday.
The Earlsdon gardens include an amazing array of spring flowers from azaleas to rhodos and include Liz Campbell and Denis Crowley's mature plot at 114 Hartington Crescent, Mr and Mrs V Keene at 3 Bates Road, Clare Gavin at 41 Hartington Crescent, near Viv and George Buss at No 40.
Seasoned Ltd has two bases - one in Hanbury, Staffordshire, and the other in Hartington, Derbyshire.
Remanding Maxwell, from Hartington Court, South Belfast, in custody until next month, District Judge Fiona Bagnall said the alleged offences appeared to have a predatory element to them.