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Charleston, S.C., is perhaps my favorite city in the South. Good-looking, friendly and rich with history — its history being especially relevant this year, the 150th anniversary of the start of the Civil War. And the downtown area is cluttered...
COSTA MESA — After 45 years on the Eastside, Marie Callender's will shut its doors at 10 p.m. Sunday. The decision to shutter the restaurant at 353 E. 17th St. was based on an analysis of low-performing locations that were drawing in less money...
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterCALEXICO — A familial feel within the community here permeated the community center Saturday during the Calexico Baja Runners’ fundraiser to benefit a 7-year-old with cancer. Seven-year-old Chula Vista resident Alanis Fort was diagnosed...
Grand Forks, N.D.: Joseph Vallie, 87, of Grand Forks and formerly of Aberdeen, passed away on Friday, July 22, 2011, in Valley Elder Care, Grand Forks. Joseph William Vallie was born on Feb. 29, 1924, at home near Belcourt, N.D., to John B. and Mary...
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — Authorities in Memphis are investigating after a police officer and another person were shot to death at a hotel in the middle of the city's entertainment district. Police say a suspect is in custody and was hospitalized due...
CHARLEVOIX — Ron Zywicki of Traverse City and Andrea Osika of Waterford were the male and female winners, respectively, of the Jeff Drenth Memorial 5K Foot Race during the Charlevoix Ventian Festival. Clint Verran of Lake Orion and Kristina Brendzel...
Christie Walton Web ProducerSince 2001, officers with the Lee's Summit Police Dept. have received a special kind of preparation. It's called Crisis Intervention Team - or CIT - training and it teaches officers how to deal with the mentally ill, specifically those engaged in...
Tags: Behavioral Conditions, Prisons, Health
My military life was one filled with ups and downs. First, I was separated from my girlfriend for an extended time, and we still hold the daily letters written by her to me while I was a lowly cadet and I ached to see her again. Finally we decided...
John W. Moyer Sr., a retired Towson criminal defense lawyer who enjoyed coaching youth sports, died of pneumonia Sept. 17 at Upper Chesapeake Medical Center in Bel Air. The former Long Green Valley resident was 84. The son of the manager of the Wagner...
FAIRLAWN, Ohio — Peachie Aline Sinkhorn, 79, died July 29, 2011. Born in Lancaster to Willem and Ann Warmoth, she resided in Akron, Ohio, most of her life. She retired from Lund Equipment and Supply in 1996 with 15 years of service. Peachie was...
Tags: Ohio, Human Interest
Charles William Frame, 90, of Cumberland, passed away Sunday, July 31, 2011, at Lions Center Nursing Home, surrounded by his family. Born Feb. 25, 1921, in Cumberland, Md., he was the son of the late Charles Robert and Julia (Mooney) Frame. He was...
In 1789, Jenny Wiley was taken captive by a group of Native Americans and held for 11 months in what is now Johnson County, Ky. During that time, all four of her children and her brother were killed. Eventually, Wiley escaped, and her life story became...
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