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Republican-AmericanSTORRS, Conn. (AP) — A year ago, Richard Parnas had never heard of brown grease: sticky, stinky, remnants of sludge sucked from grease traps at restaurants, bars and commercial kitchens. The glop for years has been considered useless, a common clog-...
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Richard Gonzalez, it turns out, is more of a self-made man than a lot of us knew. The Abbott Laboratories veteran of more than 30 years, who is pegged to serve as chief executive of the pharmaceutical company spinoff that the North Chicago-based medical...
RedEyeJesse Metcalfe was born in 1978, the year "Dallas" debuted, so obviously he didn't watch the show during its original run. Now 33, he's starring in TNT's continuation of the iconic series as Christopher Ewing, the adopted son of Bobby (Patrick Duffy)....
The world's major manufacturers of flame retardants officially cut ties Friday with an industry-funded front group that waged a deceptive campaign to fuel demand for the chemicals in household furniture, electronics, baby products and other goods....
William S. Knowles, a retired Monsanto Co. organic chemist who shared a Nobel Prize in 2001 for helping to solve a vexing problem in the manufacture of medicines, died Wednesday of complications of ALS at his home in the St. Louis suburb of Chesterfield,...
email@example.comWith an emphasis on team chemistry, the Aberdeen Cougars boys’ hockey team hopes it has the formula for success this season. Numbers are good for the Cougars, with a total of 23 kids out, said head coach Steve Salwei. A majority of last year&...
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Gregory Lynn Baker, 58, Haslett, Mich., formerly of Friedens, died Oct. 18, 2012, at Sparrow Hospital, Lansing, Mich. Born July 20, 1954, in Somerset, son of Edwin and Mary (Hillegas) Baker. Preceded in death by his father-in-law Todd Brant. Survived by...
Centre College honored faculty and staff last week at the annual faculty and staff appreciation dinner and awards ceremony. Debbie Livasy, custodial leader, and Mike Followell, grounds crew team member, received the Horky Service Award, which...
The Hartford CourantSexual scenes on stage between two actors are never easy. So when the Tony Award-nominated play by David Ives, "Venus in Fur," called for a riding crop, black patent leather thigh-high boots, dog collars and a slap or two of S&M, a fetishist element was...
Angelina and Brad, Kate and William, Hillary and Bill. We can't stop looking, and wondering — what's the magic? While People magazine and the tabloids have their tawdry approaches, distinguished historian William H. Chafe has a different angle. By...
COLLEGE PARK -- A year ago, Mark Turgeon went into his first media day as Maryland’s basketball coach talking about somebody else’s team – the one he inherited from Gary Williams. As diplomatic as he tried to be, the typically blunt...
Two American scientists won the Nobel Prize in chemistry for their work revealing protein receptors on the surface of cells that tell them what is going on in the human body. The achievements have allowed drug makers to develop medication with fewer side...
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