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Change of SubjectIn the posts below you will another collection of dispatches from Somebody Nobody Asked™, America's pre-eminent unsolicited advice columnist Dear Cook County Chief Judge Timothy Evans: Brace yourself. That’s all I can say, since you ignored...
Seven town residents participated in the Boston Marathon Monday, including two who said they completed the race shortly before twin explosions went off near the finish line. "I think for people who aren’t runners, they don’t necessarily...
Blogging with Bill WhiteWhen my recent blog list of annoying behaviors was republished in Sunday's Best of the Blogs collection, it triggered several more responses, mostly sent via email. The unfortunate thing is that I'm the only who's receiving them, and I think......
"I'm not sure I've ever felt so helpless," said Sonny Lowe of Williamsburg, recounting Monday's horror at the Boston Marathon when two bombs exploded, killing three people and injuring more than 140 others. Nearly 20 people from the Peninsula were...
Several Peninsula-area Boston Marathon participants reported safe; security vigilant in Hampton RoadsIt was Williamsburg resident Matt Boothe’s first marathon. He never got to finish. Boothe and running companion Lynn Howard of York County were participating in Monday’s Boston Marathon when the explosions that killed two and injured more...
Tribune reporterTwo Wisconsin women have been charged with human trafficking and involuntary sexual servitude of a minor after an undercover sting by River Grove police earlier this week. Elizabeth Roeder, 33, of Milwaukee, and Shannon Hathaway, 41, of Stoughton, Wis.,...
The following is compiled from police reports. It is the Baltimore Messenger's policy to include descriptions only when there is enough information to make identification possible. If you have any information about these crimes, call the Baltimore City...
Panic. Confusion. Terror. All are emotions that can control and cloud the mind of a person dialing 911, but a free emergency service is offering to bring clarity to communication with Lake County emergency dispatchers. Lake County residents can now...
A 24-year-old Los Angeles man was arrested Saturday on suspicion of selling marijuana after Burbank police reportedly found the drug, a large amount of cash and several cell phones with incriminating text messages in his car. Officers stopped the man,...
It seems to be happening more often: The car next to you slowly drifts into your lane. We've all noticed it; maybe we've even been guilty of it. A wave of new technology is turning our cars into rolling entertainment centers, tempting drivers to take...
Tribune reporterShipments of smartphones outpaced standard cell phones for the first time in the first three months of the year, according to research by International Data Corp. Worldwide, mobile phone shipments grew 4 percent in the first quarter, traditionally the...
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It had been a whirlwind day for G.G. Smith, the new men’s basketball coach at Loyola, when a phone call interrupted his introductory news conference Friday afternoon. That morning, the Loyola assistant had a final interview with the school’...
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