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email@example.comMaryland State Sen. Christopher B. Shank wants the state to renegotiate a proposed lease for a company to build a $70 million solar farm on prison land near Hagerstown. His complaint is the lease price: $128 an acre per year, which he says is...
Staff WriterNAVAL AIR FACILITY EL CENTRO — The goal began at 1,000 pounds of food collected for Imperial Valley families. But through the past two months Naval Air Facility El Centro personnel have brought in more than 4,000 pounds, well beyond the previous...
Tags: Regional Authority, Armed Forces, Politics, Colorado, Defense
WASHINGTON, D.C. (AP) — Consumers looking for answers about a salmonella outbreak linked to ground turkey will have to continue to wait as the government investigates the source of at least 76 illnesses and one death. The Agriculture Department...
With a nod to the recent British royal wedding, members of Chapter OM, P.E.O. donned hats for their summer luncheon at the home of Michelle Hall. President Nancy Cabot greeted members, introduced guests and thanked the social committee for a wonderful...
Tribune reporterA north suburban man has been charged with defrauding about $4 million from investors for a now-defunct sleep disorder business, spending much of the money on a Lake Forest mansion, a tattoo parlor and family vacations to Italy, Nevada, Florida and...
Tags: Physical Conditions, Sleep Disorders, Rentals, Alaska, Business
The sprawling complex at 2324 Boston St. has a spotty record. Canton Arts and Entertainment opened there in fall 2009 and fizzled out just several months later. It's not hard to see why — parking is difficult to find and it's tough to fill up...
I used to think of Vice President Joseph Biden as a nice guy. Good old Joe. Down-to-earth, nice sense of humor, great family man. But last year I read the Bob Woodward book on "Obama's Wars." His account of Mr. Biden's meeting with Afghanistan president...
Associated PressMeat giant Cargill is recalling 36 million pounds of ground turkey linked to a nationwide salmonella outbreak that has killed one person in California and sickened at least 76 others. MORE: Cargill Turkey Recall Special Website Illnesses in the outbreak...
REUTERSWASHINGTON -- The GOP-controlled House of Representatives is set to vote Thursday on Speaker John Boehner's plan to raise the nation's debt ceiling while enacting sweeping cuts in government spending -- the latest attempt to avoid an unprecedented...
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Lila Lee Wilson Boyle, age 84, died Monday, July 25, 2011 after a miraculous five year battle with stage IV cancer. Her petite frame was deceiving. Her fighting spirit was as strong as that of any giant. Lila was united in paradise with her Savior...
Tags: Las Vegas, Colorado, Arizona, Tucson, Judy Garland
FOX40 NewsFresh & Easy Markets is voluntarily recalling their fresh Organic Baby Spinach after a bag of this product tested positive for Listeria. Listeria is an organism that can cause serious and sometimes fatal infections in young children, elderly and others...
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21st Century Oncology, which operates a network of free-standing radiation oncology centers, including one each in Bel Air and Belcamp, has announced it has received full accreditation from the American College of Radiation. "It is an honor to have...
Tags: Health Treatments, New York, Oncology, North Carolina, Kentucky
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