Steve Crane
English footballer
Steve Crane
Steven John "Steve" Crane is a former professional English footballer. Crane started his professional career with Charlton Athletic in July 1990 as a trainee. In November 1990 he played for Margate on loan, but was recalled by Charlton only a month later. He did not qualify as a member of the Charlton first team and left them in February 1991 without having played in any game.
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Crane's Brings Back Dinners-to-Go
South Orange Patch - almost 5 years
When Steve Crane first introduced dinners-to-go at the old Crane's Deli, it was a rousing success. "We were selling around 30-35 dinners each night," said Crane. Eventually, though, the logistics made it challenging and the dinners came to an end, much to the dismay of many regulars who had come to depend on the Ropa Vieja, the meatloaf and more. But now that Crane's has joined forces with Highland Place -- meaning a larger kitchen space and later hours -- dinners-to-go are back.  "Our customers kept asking us for them," Crane said. The menu is available from Tuesdays through Fridays from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.  All dinners come with an entree and two sides, serve between 1-2 people, and cost $17.95. Here is a sample of the entrees: Tuesday: Meatloaf and Mashed Potatoes Wednesday: Roasted Pork Loin with Homemade Applesauce Thursday: Ropa Vieja with Black Beans Friday: Grilled Shrimp with Citrus Vinaigrette In addition, all the items on the Highland Place dinner menu a ...
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London Marathon runners limber up for Sunday’s race
Stamford Mercury - almost 5 years
PEOPLE across the area will be taking on the physical challenge of running the London Marathon to raise funds for a number of good causes. Fundraisers from Stamford, Rutland and Bourne have been training hard and collecting sponsorship money for the 26-mile event which takes place on Sunday morning. George Hales, Burley Road, Langham, is one of this year’s youngest participants at 18. He will be running with his mum, Jane, to raise funds for brain injury charity Headway, for the support it gave his brother Simon, who spent five weeks in a coma following a 20ft fall in October 2009. To sponsor George visit uk.virginmoneygiving.com/team/making-headway. Nicola Ray, of Oakham, will be running in her first ever full marathon to raise money for the Meningitis Trust, for the support it gave her and her husband Tom, during his battle with pneumococchal septicemia, which resulted in the amputation of both his arms and legs 13 years ago. To sponsor Nicola, visit uk.virginmoneygiving.com/Nicol ...
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Health Briefs: Donate blood, help save Earth
Blue Ridge Now - almost 5 years
Donate blood, help save Earth Blood donors who team up with the American Red Cross this month can help save lives and help the planet too. Those donate blood or platelets will receive a special Earth Month T-shirt on select days. A tree will be planted for every 10 Red Cross donors during April — with a goal of 2,500 trees planted in honor of Carolinas Region blood donors. Upcoming blood drives: u 10 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Friday, Carolina Village, 600 Carolina Village Road, Hendersonville. Info: 692-6275. u 10 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Monday, Valley Hill Fire Department, 1675 Willow Road, Hendersonville. Info: 692-3196. u 11 a.m.-3:30 p.m. April 26, Printpack, 3510 Asheville Highway, Hendersonville. Info: 693-1723. u 11a.m.-3 p.m. April 27, Covenant Presbyterian Church, 2101 Kanuga Road, Hendersonville. Info: 693-8651. Commuting event set for cyclists A Two-Wheel Commuting event for cyclists will start at 7:45 a.m. Friday, leaving Patton Park in Hendersonville. This is a " ...
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High Interest: April 13
Blue Ridge Now - almost 5 years
Mountain BizWorks has been awarded $88,000 from the N.C. Rural Economic Development Center. The grant, made through the center's "Economic Innovation" program, will support Mountain BizWorks' services for Latino entrepreneurs in Western North Carolina. Mountain BizWorks aims to mitigate language and cultural barriers that can impede Latinos' ability to start small businesses. Through starter loans (which help borrowers establish credit scores) and customized one-on-one business coaching, the project is expected to create or expand 30 Latino-owned businesses that will create or retain 58 jobs. Mountain BizWorks will partner with two other local organizations: Latino Advocacy Coalition, which will promote the program and refer clients, and the Center for Participatory Change, which will help clients who want to form business cooperatives. This is one of 84 grants made by the N.C. Rural Economic Development Center in March for creating jobs, improving the availability of health c ...
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Appeals court orders new hearing in 1992 Tucson carjacking, murder - Tucson Citizen
Google News - over 5 years
WASHINGTON – A federal appeals court ruled Thursday that a lower court must reconsider Levi Jaimes Jackson's claim that a judge gave faulty instructions to jurors who convicted him in
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NIB HOLDINGS LIMITED : 2011 Full Year Results ASX Announcement - 4-traders (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
... national and ASX-listed private health insurer. ?I would like to thank Keith for his guidance and unwavering support and wish him well in retirement.? Independent Non Executive Director, Mr Steve Crane, has been appointed Chairman effective 1 October
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New O'Donnell Book Sparks Fresh Controversy - WBOC TV 16
Google News - over 5 years
"I would be more than willing to turn it over to you so you can send it out for analysis." The book is on sale at stores across Delmarva. Steve Crane, owner of Browseabout Books in Rehoboth Beach, said it is unclear if O'Donnell will return to southern
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Wet summer could spell potato blight in Maine - Boston Herald
Google News - over 5 years
Potato farmer Steve Crane, of Exeter, tells WCSH-TV that he expects an average crop but that he considers himself lucky. Brown or olive green spots on plants, or white fuzzy fungus, are signs of possible blight. The Farmers and Gardeners Association
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Munchmobile 2011: Cheesy delights - The Star-Ledger - NJ.com
Google News - over 5 years
Steve Crane, owner of Crane's Delicatessen & Cheese Shoppe, was on a camping trip, but staffer Ted McCulloch filled in ably. The day's best bread came here; it's from Balthazar Bakery. The cheese omelet is average at best, but several sandwiches
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Cooking Vinyl signs Roll Deep - UNLIMITED CMU
Google News - over 5 years
Cooking Vinyl's Product Manager Steve Crane had naught but good things to say of his newest roster residents. “Judging on the music that's been delivered it sounds like Roll Deep are building their own hit factory”, he enthused
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Is Crane's REALLY For Sale? - Patch.com
Google News - over 5 years
To cut through the buzz 'About Town' made a beeline for the Big Cheese himself, Mr. Steve Crane: “It's not a rumor,” reports Crane, with signature straightforwardness. “It is what it is; I've put it up for sale and we'll see what happens.” The reason?
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Carnihan carves up Cold Ashby course - Northampton Chronicle & Echo
Google News - over 5 years
Steve Crane bagged four birdies, including a couple of twos on short holes, on his way to a three-stroke victory in the Seniors Club Championships. The seven-handicapper carded a gross round of 76 to finish ahead of James Dunse, with Roger Hart and
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Pen Bay expected to receive $37000 in new equipment - knox.VillageSoup.com
Google News - over 5 years
The Osprey Club board members in attendance were, from left, Becky Brace, president; Dr. Gordon Paine, secretary/treasurer; Pat Jones; Dick Kaeyer; Meredith Leiter, vice president; Dr. Peter Giustra; Barbara Putnam; Steve Crane; and Elaine Coulon
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Steve Crane
    TEENAGE
  • 1992
    Age 19
    While at Tusculum he had an impressive playing career, scoring 99 goals in just two season, He returned to the UK in December 1992 to join Aveley.
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  • 1991
    Age 18
    He finally made his first professional appearances on the field when he rejoined Margate in 1991, playing with them for two pre-season games.
    More Details Hide Details He left shortly thereafter when he garnered a football scholarship to Tusculum College in the United States, where he studied foreign languages.
    He did not qualify as a member of the Charlton first team and left them in February 1991 without having played in any game.
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  • 1990
    Age 17
    In November 1990 he played for Margate on loan, but was recalled by Charlton only a month later.
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    Crane started his professional career with Charlton Athletic in July 1990 as a trainee.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1972
    Born
    Born on June 3, 1972.
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