Students with military ties earn scholarships
Twelve local students were recently awarded Anchor Scholarships worth $2,000 each.
To Hugo's staff, he's Mr. G
And Phil Gittelman has gained that badge. Gittelman has been eating at Hugo's in West Hollywood, Calif., almost every day for 32 years.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
The Marion Star
Sisters celebrate birthdays
Two sisters born in Green Camp two years apart on the same date are celebrating their birthdays.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
One-woman show gives universal perspectives
COME TO MAMA Melinda Gallant offers her services as a "life guide" in her show And Then What Happened? at Cotuit Center for the Arts.
'An Interesting Relic'
Philetus Teachout decided to go fox hunting out his back door one day in November of 1872.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Hollywood Fringe Festival: Preview Day 6 recap
The final day of previews for the 2013 Hollywood Fringe Festival took me to a pair of shows at the Theatre Asylum.
The Daily Journal
Vineland backs open space proposal
The city is backing a legislative proposal to start diverting $200 million annually from New Jersey Sales and Use Tax revenue into a variety of state "open space" and historic preservation programs.
Custom dog collars and photos: winning businesses for Entrepreneuring Youth
Two teenage entrepreneurs split nearly $3,000 in prize money from the finals of the George W. Tippins Business Plan Competition here June 6 and one of them is headed to New York City in October to compete for a $25,000 prize.
Sun Jun 09, 2013
Observer & Eccentric
BUSINESS AFTER HOURS Wednesday, June 12, 5:30 - 7 p.m. Roadside B&G - 1727 S. Telegraph Road, Bloomfield Twp.
Now Playing Onstage in Anchorage - Week of 6/09/2013
GODSPELL, JR. Sydney Laurence Theatre 6/12-6/14/2013 Based on the Gospel According to St. Matthew , and featuring a sparkling score, GODSPELL JR.
Sat Jun 08, 2013
Kidderminster time capsule buried
Frozen in time: Kidderminster mayor John Campion with, middle, from left, Boys' Brigade members Craig Bateman and Brody Snow and, front, from left, Cubs Oliver Biggin and Joseph Hill and Beaver Jack Hill.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
Canada suspends military operations near disputed Hans Island
The Canadian army has suspended military operations in the vicinity of a tiny, uninhabited island off the coast of Greenland that has been the source of an ongoing spat between Canada and Denmark, Postmedia News has learned.
Highlight: 1776, Richard Henry Lee of Virginia proposed to the Continental Congress a resolution stating "That these United Colonies are, and of right ought to be, free and independent States, that they are absolved from all allegiance to the British Crown."
Thu Jun 06, 2013
Power outages reported as Tropical Storm Andrea nears Savannah
Georgia Power is reporting several power outages across the Savannah area as Tropical Storm Andrea gets closer to the Coastal Empire.
Decades-old themes still relevant today
Big Idea Theatre's next production "A Contemporary American's Guide to A Successful Marriage A© 1959" transports us back to a time of innocence, Eisenhower and Elvis.
The York Daily Record
York Suburban graduates say they will miss the place
Jordan Deardorff hugs his mom, Jennifer Myers, over the fence after walking across the stage during the commencement ceremony Wednesday night at York Suburban High School.
Wed Jun 05, 2013
Plenty of shad moving in Lower Columbia
A new month brings a vast amount of choices on the outdoors scene from pursuing salmon, shad, trout or lingcod to gathering shellfish.
OP-ED: Why I'm optimistic about York's future
After more than seven years with the City of York, it is reassuring to realize just how much has been accomplished in these past years, largely through the hard work of innumerable city employees, residents, nonprofit organizations, investors and entrepreneurs.
The Star Press
Harold G. Fauquher, 84
He had been a resident of Bethel Pointe Healthcare and Rehabilitation Center since April.
Tue Jun 04, 2013
Flagstaff Ale Trail expands, adds breweries in Sedona & Williams
The Flagstaff Ale Trail is now the Flagstaff-Grand Canyon Ale Trail. The Flagstaff Ale Trail has added new stops in Sedona and Williams and now also features additional discounts for participants in the Grand Canyon gateway towns of Flagstaff and Williams plus at an added craft brewery in Sedona's Red Rock Country.