American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A city of southeast Ontario, Canada, near Lake Ontario east-northeast of Toronto. Founded in 1790, it is a processing and manufacturing center. Population: 48,800.
- A city of southwest Illinois southeast of St. Louis, Missouri. It is in a coal-mining region and has diverse industries. Population: 41,100.
- A town of northeast New Jersey on the Passaic River near Newark. It was settled by the Dutch c. 1680. Population: 34,400.
“BELLEVILLE - A Belleville judge has granted a publication ban and issued several directives to Col. Russ Williams and his wife, Mary-Elizabeth Harriman, regarding a a civil action brought against them by a local woman.”
“BELLEVILLE, Ont. -- Olympic boxing silver medalist Shawn O'Sullivan has been cleared of mischief and assault charges in a Belleville, Ont., court.”
“BELLEVILLE - An Okawville man accused of orchestrating an elaborate photocopier scam was ordered Tuesday to pay $1.2 million to a private school in Belleville.”
“BELLEVILLE -- A church janitor in Belleville is accused of sexually abusing a”
“BELLEVILLE -- The custody battle over a newborn whose mother is accused of trying to drown her in a toilet moments after delivery will begin today at a hearing in Belleville.”
“The best Thai restaurant in Belleville is Krung Thep on rue Julien Lacroix.”
“Shivani: "Glose: Sunday noon haze on the fruit-stalls of Belleville" is an elegy; what exactly is it that you're regretting the passing of?”
“Rejecting out of hand the assurances from local law enforcement that the incident in Belleville St. Louis was one of bullying, not of racism, he says:”
“The police chief in Belleville St. Louis quickly withdrew his earlier suggestion that the incident was racial in character.”
“At first I thought this was about the Stag beer that used to be brewed in Belleville IL.”
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