I maintain a website for my friend's family's local historic convenience store/deli. I've had the site up for I think 2 years or so (time flies!). I use Rapidweaver to make and maintain the site, and I've used Google's Webmaster site to make sure Google finds it and has a sitemap to look through. (It does, and it seems happy.) The problem: When someone Googles the name, Linwood Market, the first thing that comes up is the address to a host I just recently switched from (I would write it out here, but now I'm afraid Google will see this and I'll never be able to remove it...just Google 'Linwood Market' and it's the first result). So if you click on that, you get the 'page not found' message. And the link it shows is the address of the server it was previously hosted on, rather than the domain name (www.linwoodmarket.com). My question is, is there anything I can do to get Google to stop showing that old link to my old host? I was looking on Google's Webmaster page about removal, but it's not technically removing a page, so I don't think that would help. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated! P.S. And if you're anywhere near the southern New Jersey area and you would like one of the best Italian Subs around, stop in to the Linwood Market!