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Donation aids Wounded Warriors Hockey Program
Glory Martel of Ogdensburg recently donated a hockey sled, hockey sticks and a helmet to the Fort Drum Wounded Warriors Transition Unit's ice hockey program.
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Kenneth Masuhr, Megan Sweeney are married
Megan Sweeney of Sunnyside and Kenneth Masuhr Jr. of Philadelphia exchanged nupital vows Dec. 28 in St. Teresa's R.C. Church, Castleton Corners.
Fri Mar 14, 2014
Press & Sun-Bulletin
Pieces of the Past: Breckenridge Place a fitting tribute for Ithaca pioneer of fairness, equality
Some years ago, Paul Mazarella asked me to suggest names for the building that Ithaca Neighborhood Housing Services hoped to erect on the lot at Seneca and Cayuga Streets where the Women's Community building then sat.
Building Up Industry One Tower, One Bridge at a Time
Some call it an indication of an all-out recovery while others describe it as just a gradual upswing, but most agree that the dramatic increase in the number of construction cranes in and around metro New York last year is, indeed, a good sign.
Detroit Free Press
St. Patrick's Day traditions explained
Science teacher goes on McDonald's-only diet to prove it's not where you eat, but what you eat Get out your green on Monday: It's St. Patrick's Day.
Watertown Daily Times
IHC student regaining strength after collapsing at basketball game
The Immaculate Heart Central School student who collapsed during a basketball game March 4 has come out of a coma and is regaining strength, according to his family.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
Hard work: Fitness specialist John Kirby reviews with Lorraine Speaks ...
Hard work: Fitness specialist John Kirby reviews with Lorraine Speaks the log of everything she ate during the previous week.
The Washington Post
The culinary stars boost Philadelphia's dining scene into the stratosphere
Nicholas Elmi, chef-owner of the hot new BYOB Laurel, has won the latest season of "Top Chef."
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Dive contributes to 'Cosmos' series
Dive , the visual effects division of ShootersInc, has staffed up its New York studio to take on multiple visual effects projects, including the new 13-part series Cosmos: A SpaceTime Odyssey , which is being presented by Fox and National Geographic Channel.
Wall Street Journal
Making Music in History's Shadow
Sitting in his plush hotel suite overlooking the Public Garden here on Monday afternoon, the German conductor Christoph von DohnA nyi appeared relaxed and engaged, despite protesting that he was jet lagged.
New York Magazine
Winter to Make You Miserable at Least One More TimeTomorrow: Freezing ...
Hopefully you didn't get too used to the relatively mild temperatures and brief burst of sunshine this week, because tomorrow, things go back to being terrible, the default state this winter.
By the beard of Zeus, the AnchorVan is here
Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues arrives on DVD/Blu-ray in a few weeks, and to promote it the studio has unleashed the AnchorVan, "the world's first combination news/food truck."
Who belongs downtown?
Many American cities now enjoy an amazing reversal of fortune. Once hollowed-out shells mainly for those too poor to move -- or those so rich they didn't have to deal with the poor -- cities are again filling up with educated and aspiring young people.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Coming Attractions: Jose Garces Signs on For Restaurant in Brookfield Place
Philadelphia hot shot Jose Garces is planning a new restaurant inside Brookfield Place , the monster dining and retail complex that's opening soon in the Financial District.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
iVantage: Atlanta among best health-care cities
IVantage Health Analytics Inc. named Atlanta one of the best health-care cities in the United States, based upon hospital and market performance for populations.
Chiquita, Fyffes Announce $1.1B Merger
The stock-for-stock transaction will leave Chiquita shareholders with about 50.7% and Fyffes shareholders owning about 49.3% of a new company to be called ChiquitaFyffes.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
William Guarnere dead; 'Band of Brothers' vet was 90
This Nov. 11, 2004 file photo shows William "Wild Bill" Guarnere participating in the Veterans Day parade in Media, Pa.
History: A timeline of Staten Island
The Lenape Indians settled in the Northeast as long as 10,000 years ago, and began living on Staten Island at least since the year 1000.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Froma Harrop: People - not taxpayers - define a city - Sat, 08 Mar 2014 PST
Many American cities now enjoy an amazing reversal of fortune. Once hollowed-out shells mainly for those too poor to move - or those so rich they didn't have to deal with the poor - cities are again filling up with educated and aspiring young people.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Watertown Daily Times
IHC basketball player remains in critical condition at Syracuse hospital
The Immaculate Heart Central School basketball player who collapsed during a game Tuesday at Indian River Central School, Philadelphia, remained in critical condition Thursday night at Upstate Medical University, Syracuse.