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  • Closure of Jones Road parking lot in Gunpowder Falls State Park opens Park Service to criticism

    Closure of Jones Road parking lot in Gunpowder Falls State Park opens Park Service to criticism
    Since May 2, boaters and anglers trying to use a Gunpowder Falls State Park parking lot in Kingsville have encountered a padlocked gate. Signs in English and Spanish flanking the gate say the Jones Road lot is closed through Sept. 1 to “allow the...
  • What time is it? It's due time for Rauner's tax, budget and pension plans

     
    Wednesday's print column, including earlier reader comments on this topic "We will be coming out with our plan in due time," Republican gubernatorial candidate Bruce Raunerassured a group of pesky reporters who peppered him with questions after his...
  • Jim McDonnell, Paul Tanaka appear headed for L.A. County sheriff runoff

    Jim McDonnell, Paul Tanaka appear headed for L.A. County sheriff runoff
    Jim McDonnell stayed up past 3 a.m. election night, hoping the number beside his name would inch up from 49% to more than 50%. The Long Beach police chief was dominating his six competitors in Tuesday's primary for Los Angeles County sheriff. He had...
  • Nine 'Canes named to Phil Steele's preseason All-ACC teams

    Nine 'Canes named to Phil Steele's preseason All-ACC teams
    Camp won’t start until early August, but some preseason honors are continuing to roll in for some of the Hurricanes. Nine Miami players were named to Phil Steele’s preseason All-ACC teams with running back Duke Johnson and linebacker...
  • Workers work, CEOS get paid

    David Lazarus' framing of the CEO-worker pay gap allows us to see clearly an egregious error in thinking: How exactly does the chief executive demonstrate his worth? ("Executive pay is an insult to working families," Column, May 26) A CEO is often...
  • Survey: Most parents, students want to keep current school schedule

    A majority of Newport-Mesa Unified School District parents and students don't want classes to begin in August, results of a survey about the calendar year show. The district asked families, teachers, staff and community members to respond to a survey in...
  • Summer Brings 'Deadliest Days' for Teen Drivers

     
    The so-called 100 days of summer between the Memorial Day and Labor Day holidays are upon us, and while they may be the most fun, relaxing days of the year, for teen drivers they're also fraught with grave danger. With......
  • Review: 'My Salinger Year' by Joanna Rakoff

    Review: 'My Salinger Year' by Joanna Rakoff
    "We need to talk about Jerry." Joanna Rakoff sat opposite her boss on her first day of work at a literary agency in New York City. She did not know who Jerry was, but she listened closely as her boss told her this rule: Never give his phone number or...
  • Kevin Hunt: How Your Trash Talks (To Identity Thieves)

    Kevin Hunt: How Your Trash Talks (To Identity Thieves)
    If U-Haul knows that 45 percent of moves each year happen between Memorial Day and Labor Day, so do identity thieves. Anyone who tosses bank statements, credit-card bills or medical records in a trash can or recycle bin risks becoming a target. Can't...
  • Washington Monument reopens, but getting a ticket? Good luck

    Washington Monument reopens, but getting a ticket? Good luck
    The good news is that the Washington Monument emerged from its post-earthquake face-lift with a splashy reopening ceremony Monday. The not-so-good news: Reserve tickets for the Washington, D.C., icon are sold out through late June and around Fourth of...
  • Sports Networks' Crazy Math: Even More Games You Don't Care About Watching

    The Pac-12 Network recently announced plans to increase its annual package of live events to 750 this year and 850 next, which certainly sounds impressive. At least, until you realize less than 25% of those telecasts will involve college football or men'...