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PIX11.com | @jamesfordtvThe effort to recover the boat that capsized on the 4th of July, killing three children who were in the cabin, was delayed for yet another day after murky water slowed down divers' efforts to pull the vessel up. Investigators hope on Wednesday, however,...
Power Plant Live, once a faceless collection of bars for tourists, continues its transformation into a legitimate nightlife option for any Baltimorean with Kettle Hill, the attractive new restaurant and bar co-owned by Desmond Reilly and Kristopher Carr....
Politics, not care, is reason for health-act opposition To the editor: Gov. Romney and House Republicans feel betrayed by Chief Justice Roberts on health care. They expected partisan warfare resulting in a dysfunctional Congress to extend to the...
Show TrackerOn "Mad Men," one life ends while another moves forward....
“The nation that destroys its soil destroys itself”- Theodore Roosevelt Conservation planning is becoming increasingly necessary, especially with the current weather challenges we are experiencing and the unpredictability, intensity and duration of rain...
Most people do a little something to celebrate their birthday, with the emphasis on day. Others stretch the celebration through a weekend, or even a week. Then there's Sue Ann Gordon, who, thanks to her family and friends, is currently in the midst of the...
Tags: PTA, Neil Diamond, Services and Shopping, Ceremonies, Skype
Power Plant Live newcomer Kettle Hill, a "Theodore Roosevelt-themed" establishment replete with lively, wood-and-iron-and-brass layouts, is a solid rustic-yet-fun place to hang out after work. It's a spot for working professionals with a bit of grown-...
Tags: Cinnamon, Pineapple, Religion and Belief, Lemons
The TV Guy - Orlando SentinelTelevision unfurled many talking heads Thursday about the U.S. Supreme Court's upholding the health care law. Those talking heads usually split along political lines. But two historians stood out with their assessments on CNN. “President Obama got a...
For more than 40 years, the Tribune crusaded against an "unspeakable offense," a "monster cruelty": English spelling. From Jan. 28, 1934, to Sept. 28, 1975, the newspaper adopted a system of simplified spelling, a cause dearly felt by publisher Col....
Tags: Mark Twain, Andrew Carnegie, Upton Sinclair
PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — A man caught trying to climb Mount Rushmore National Memorial pleaded guilty to federal charges of trespass and failing to obey a lawful order, a prosecutor said Tuesday. Patrick Marshall, 53, whose last known address is...
Tags: Greenpeace, Trials, Human Interest, Mark Salter, Arts
Later this year — the Good Lord willing and the creeks don't rise — this newspaper plans to publish a book about presidents who have visited the Lehigh Valley, and what they did when they were here. I've spent most of the month of May...
Tags: Bill Clinton, White House, Politics, Richard Nixon, Nazareth
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