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As I sat down for dinner at the Newport Beach Marriott Hotel & Spa Thursday night, I thought to myself, "awkward." It's bound to happen with local events, running into the folks from the Newport Beach Independent (our new competition), but I wasn't...
The Hartford CourantWhalers owner Richard Gordon brought the media to his Trumbull Street office Tuesday to confirm he had fired Ed Johnston as vice president and general manager -- three years to the day he was hired. But the more Gordon spoke at the 75-minute press...
Gertrude Noone was a 44-year-old insurance policy clerk for Travelers in Hartford, Conn., in 1943 when she enlisted in the Women's Army Corps. When she died peacefully Thursday morning at age 110 at an assisted-living facility in Milford, Conn., she...
IndySportsNationFinally, it is starting to feel like football season! I wore my jacket for the first time this past Friday, and always look forward to crisp, cool air and October high school football. Some of my best memories watching games at Bengal Memorial Stadium...
IndySportsNationYou just never know what might happen during sectional time in Indiana. (except that it will likely snow during basketball sectionals) When the 2009 football brackets were released, it was easy to look ahead to some intriguing second-round showdowns....
Varsity Times InsiderMission Viejo Coach Bob Johnson has been named the NFL high school football coach of the year. Johnson, who led the Diablos to the Pac-5 Division semifinals and a South Coast League title, will receive $5,000 and a trip to......
L.A. Times Olympics BlogThirty years ago today I was in a little town in the Adirondack Mountains of upstate New York watching a miracle unfold. We didn’t know that at the time. The reporters covering the Olympics thought we were just watching a......
Change of SubjectIn case you missed Linda Lisanti's article, Report: Interchange Fees Impede Economic Growth, Job Creation in yesterday's Convenience Store News, it touches on a subject that was top of mind for me when hearing about all the new changes in......
Sun ReporterA new arena is a poor risk for Baltimore if the city is counting on attracting an NHL or NBA franchise, sports business experts say, but some agree with city leaders that a proposed 18,500-seat venue could be profitable without such an anchor tenant....
The Hartford CourantWhen Army Sgt. 1st Class Mark C. Warren was diagnosed with depression soon after his deployment to Iraq, a military doctor handed him a supply of the mood-altering drug Effexor. Marine Pfc. Robert Allen Guy was given Zoloft to relieve the depression he...
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