Bowling Green

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a town in southern Kentucky

a field of closely mowed turf for playing bowls

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Miller Hogan (1-3) suffered the loss for Bowling Green. He allowed three runs over 3+ innings.
The independent ward member said: "Many residents of both this development and the wider area say they are not getting any information from the developer on the proposed bowling green, pavilion and long-awaited play and kickabout areas.
A spokesman for St Joseph's said: "The bowling green has gone from rags to ruin.
Bowling Green Assembly has produced more than one million Corvettes since it opened in 1981.
TWO Gateshead bowling greens have been saved after councillors approved plans to hand them over to the clubs that use them.
The vehicle will be produced exclusively at Bowling Green.
The day kicks off at noon with a fun run organised by Fintry Sports Club.This is a no-pressure jog round the village before everyone returns to the bowling green.
A CONTROVERSIAL businessman has unveiled plans to build a "dementia village" on the site of a bowling green in Newsome.
FIRST there was a paddling pool, then a bowling a call has gone out for ideas for new uses for a spot in a Tyneside park.
The local council bowling green doesn't open at night or on Sundays.
The fire broke out in a former bowling green clubhouse in the grounds of the Hightown Hotel in Lower Alt Road, Hightown, at just after 7.30pm on Saturday.
The library would move to a new community centre next to Hale's bowling green and will also include a cafe, events space, toilets and meeting rooms.
Louisville, KY, January 11, 2018 --( ARGI, a Louisville-based personal and business financial advisory firm, is pleased to announce that PJ Gibbs, CFP[R] has joined the Bowling Green office.
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