2 hrs ago
Wauwatosa woman delivers message of hope to Boston amputees
Some walks in life are more challenging than others, but 22-year-old Hailey Danisewicz of Wauwatosa isn't complaining.
17 hrs ago
Canton's Last Mile to Raise Money for OneFund Boston
The "Last Mile" will be held Thursday, May 23, at the George King Track at Canton High from 3:30-5:30 p.m. The event will benefit the OneFund Boston and will cost $5 to enter.
18 hrs ago
Petition to Move Town Election to Saturday Soundly Defeated at Town Meeting
If Town Meeting voters had one clear message to send Monday night, it was to keep the Town Election right where it is on the first Tuesday of May.
19 hrs ago
America's "long war": pentagon tells U.S. senate wars will continue for decades
Testifying before the U.S. Senate Committee on Armed Services on Thursday, Pentagon officials claimed that "war on terror" legislation gives them sweeping powers to wage war anywhere in the world, including inside the United States, without Congressional authorization.
23 hrs ago
Dallas: These Boots Were Made For Runnin' With the Hotel Palomar Dallas GM
Keeping up with the trend is Kimpton 's Hotel Palomar Dallas , who just launched a new "Travel Lite" wellness package.
Mon May 20, 2013
The Miami Herald
Southcom honors heroes, felled by war
In the absolute silence of the U.S. Southern Command Headquarters, the family members of fallen servicemen and women walked to the center of the room as the name of their loved one was called out.
Cutting Your Hair Will Benefit The One Fund Boston
Taglio Salon will hold their second annual Salon-A-Thon on Sunday from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. "We did this last year for the American Cancer Society," Taglio Salon stylist Laura Menendez said.
Wildflower Festival, Featuring Rev. Horton Heat, the Toadies and More: Review
A three-day fest like Wildflower - the biggest party Richardson throws -- isn't the full on marathon something like Bonnaroo is, but you've still got to pace yourself.
The Daily Caller
Jihad experts decry White House terror training guidelines
Experts on Islam and terrorism are decrying the Department of Homeland Security's recently revealed anti-terrorism training guidelines, which pressure cops to ignore Islamic beliefs when investigating terror crimes.
Sun May 19, 2013
RIVERSIDE: UCR's Comedy Apocalypse 8 lineup set
The longest-running comedy series in UC Riverside history continues Wednesday, May 22, at the UCR Barn when four touring comics perform in the eighth edition of the "Comedy Apocalypse". Headlining the show is Rory Scovel, who has become a favorite in the festival circuit, performing at Montreal's Just for Laughs Comedy Festival, the Vancouver ... (more)
Getting a welfare - reality' check
Five hours, five floors, "140 clicks" - it's how the Barre Democrat and chairman of the state Senate Ways and Means Committee spent his Friday three weeks ago, sitting in as case workers - sometimes with piles of papers and files around them - plugged away at a Holyoke welfare office.
Union showdown takes center stage at Minnesota Capitol
The Legislature's final testy days became a showdown on the most sweeping union expansion in Minnesota in recent history.
Sat May 18, 2013
A great day for a road race
Bedford friends who run every year. Kathy Gibbons, Claudette Fessenden, Barbara Obevny, Amy Dalrymple, Amy Clark, Diane Rondeau, Paul Rondeau BEDFORD - It was a perfect New Hampshire May morning for the running of the 39th Bedford Rotary Memorial Road Races Saturday.The sun was bright, the skies clear blue and the wind still as 350 runners departed ... (more)
Fri May 17, 2013
The 5 Best Things to Eat or Drink This Weekend: Beers and Bowls for...
The Railyard is hosting a mini tap-takeover and charity event to support victims of the marathon bombing in Boston.
Thu May 16, 2013
Boston Strong Blow Dry
Body, Mind, & Spirit Salon will be hosting a Boston Strong Blow Dry Cut-a-thon Friday, at the Mill Run Plaza, 493 Main St., Unit E, in Groton, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. At a suggested donation of $20, patrons can get their hair cut with chemical-free products.
Whitey Bulger seeking ID of FBI a informant
Lawyers for accused mass murderer James "Whitey" Bulger filed a motion yesterday demanding the name of a confidential informant who they say can help them attack the credibility of two witnesses poised to testify against a the aging gangster next month.
Local Student Honored with Max Warburg Courage Award
Gardner Pilot Academy student and Charlestown resident Yumin Lisa Wei, right, accepts her award from Mayor Menino and Gardner intern Sandy Simeon.
Myrtle Beach Online
The multi-tasking Will.i.am doesn't plan to skip a beat
Wednesday night in New York, will.i.am - the founder and frontman of Black Eyed Peas - received an honorary Clio Award in recognition of "the work and talent of those who push the boundaries of creativity in advertising and beyond," according to a release from the ad-business group that presents the awards.
Wed May 15, 2013
New Media Journal
Born in Philadelphia in 1936, Walter E. Williams holds a bachelor's degree in economics from California State University and a Master's degree and doctorate in economics from the University of California at Los Angeles.
Key U.S. senator to fight for tracking system in immigration law
Republican U.S. Senator Marco Rubio, who is considered crucial to the passage of an immigration law overhaul, on Tuesday vowed to fight for a biometric system that would track foreigners entering and exiting the country after a Senate panel rejected the idea.