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With the hindsight provided by 108 years, it would seem Orville and Wilbur Wright's first flight in Kitty Hawk, N.C., might have warranted a Page 1 banner headlines, but it rated just a one-column Page 3 headline in the Dec. 19, 1903, Tribune. Under the...
KIAHA 5.8 magnitude earthquake strikes in Virginia with shocks felt as far as North Carolina, Ohio, Toronto, Washington, D.C., Martha’s Vineyard, Michigan, Massachusetts, Georgia, Indiana and New York. In D.C. the capitol buildings were evacuated,...
Ross Barbour, the last surviving original member of the Four Freshmen, the influential close-harmony vocal quartet that came to fame in the 1950s with hits such as "Graduation Day," has died. He was 82. Barbour, who had lung cancer, died Saturday at...
The Neighborhood Improvement Zone created around Allentown's planned hockey arena has attracted its first tenant with a goal of adding up to as many as 150 new workers downtown. Lehigh Gas Corp. will move its headquarters from Mountain Drive North in...
Tags: Business, Allentown, Labor Legislation, New York, Employees
Paulina Jean Fultz Baldridge, 84, wife of Oliver Baldridge, died Saturday, Aug. 20. Additional survivors are two daughters, Marca Jean Seay of LaFayette, Ga., and Ingrid Baldridge and husband Jimmy Greer of Nicholasville; three sisters, Georgia Cropper of...
Tags: Human Interest, Georgia
The Winchester SunTonya Hull Sacco thought her roof was being ripped off. The Winchester native who moved in 1995 to Kenvil, N.J., about 30 miles from New York City, felt the earthquake that rumbled across the east coast Tuesday afternoon and reportedly into areas of...
The Baltimore SunYesterday there was a Wednesday mailbox post. Why was that? I blame it on 1) the effects of a magnitude-5.9 earthquake (4.7ish in these parts, according to this), 2) the effects of the Junk Food Social thrown by the Features Department 3) the inclusion...
MADISON, Ind. (AP) — State health officials say a southern Indiana resident has become the state's first confirmed case of West Nile disease this year. The state Department of Health said Wednesday the case was confirmed in Jefferson County,...
So that was an earthquake, huh? I’d never experienced one before, so as the Washington Nationals relief pitcher Tyler Clippard said, scratch that one off the bucket list. I was in my home office penning a marvelous piece of prose for Sunday and had...
Tags: Natural Disasters, FEMA, Politics, Entertainment, Disasters
In his more than 25 years behind the bar at the Chicago Bridgeport Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 5079 on the South Side, Michael Pryor has heard and seen plenty, including from vets unburdening their troubles. "We're like a family here," Pryor said. "I...
Frank Dileo, a music industry promoter who spent five years as Michael Jackson's manager after the release of his "Thriller" album then briefly rejoined him before the pop star's death in 2009, has died. He was 63. Dileo died Wednesday at a hospital in...
School began in Washington County Public Schools Wednesday and Hancock Middle-Senior High School has welcomed a new principal. Rodney Gayman is getting to know Hancock and our outstanding school and has already reached out to community leaders. ...
Tags: High School Sports, Human Interest, Maryland
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