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Nourse of Sterling; two nieces, Nancy Hagberg and her husband, David, of Sterling and Susan Nourse of Freeport, Maine; a nephew, Paul Nourse and his wife, Tracy, of Sterling; a great-niece, Amanda Nourse of Sterling; three great-nephews, Neil and Andrew Hagberg and Cooper Nourse, all of Sterling.
Sterling American Property Expands Presence in Chicago
IN THE 1980s, Bruce Sterling became a leader of the "cyberpunk" revolution--a literary movement that combined the artistic ambition of science fiction's 1960s New Wave with the hard-core speculation associated with Verne, Wells, Heinlein, and Clarke.
DMOD, Inc., the leading provider of secure digital media workflow and distribution solutions for the media and communications industry, announced that Sterling Sound, a renowned mastering studio in New York City, has licensed DMOD WorkSpace software for secure sharing and distribution of digital music tracks via the public Internet.
Sterling Life Insurance Co., a subsidiary of Aon Corp., was approved by the Health Care Financing Administration to offer a Medicare+Choice private fee-for-service plan in 17 states.
During a stark winter, an old farmer dreams of planting his spring garden in Sterling Brown's pastoral "After Winter":
Hunt and her husband, David, of Sterling; two grandchildren, Kimberly A.
Sterling National Bank, the principal banking subsidiary of financial holding company Sterling Bancorp, announced the expansion of its presence in Long Island with the opening of a new branch located at 177 Crossways Park Drive in Woodbury, New York.
Egypt, I was introduced to Sterling Allen Brown, the maker of community in academia.
England stars Harry Kane and Raheem Sterling are new entries on the list while Andy Carroll, who has played just three times this season, comes in above them in 14th place.
Burritt and Georgena (Johnson) Tillson, was raised in Wayland and lived in Natick before moving to Sterling in 1973.
Caption: Sterling National Bank recently held a sports networking luncheon that was attended by over 200 business professionals and featured former Met, Keith Hernandez.
"The last time I saw him was at Sterling Brown's funeral."