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  • Bulletin Board

    Tuesday Art exhibit, featuring the works of Delray Beach residents, artist Rick Ricketts and photographer Judith Acker, second floor gallery, Delray Beach Public Library, 100 W. Atlantic Ave. Exhibit runs through Aug. 9 during library hours. Visit...
  • Get tips on growing fall and winter vegetable gardens

    Lake County Extension "Saturday in the Garden" fall Winter vegetable gardening Tavares The University of Florida/Lake County Extension Office's next "Saturday in the Garden," a speaker series featuring Florida-friendly landscaping, will be at 10 a.m....
  • Meriden Fire Displaces About 24 People

    MERIDEN — About 24 people were displaced by an electrical fire Sunday in a West Main Street apartment building. The fire, in a four-story building at 250 West Main St., was reported shortly before 4 p.m., said Deputy Fire Chief David Bowen. It...
  • Texas Gov. Rick Perry orders 1,000 National Guard troops to border

    Texas Gov. Rick Perry announced plans Monday to deploy as many as 1,000 National Guard troops to the state’s border with Mexico, faulting federal officials for “empty promises” in dealing with an influx of Central American children and...
  • Ukraine war crimes trials a step closer after Red Cross assessment

    GENEVA (Reuters) - The Red Cross has made a confidential legal assessment that Ukraine is officially in a war, Western diplomats and officials say, opening the door to possible war crimes prosecutions, including over the downing of Malaysia Airlines MH-...
  • Fighting resumes in Gaza neighborhood, two-hour truce collapses

    GAZA (Reuters) - Fighting resumed in the Gaza neighborhood of Shejaia on Sunday less than an hour after a "humanitarian truce" was agreed to allow the evacuation of wounded from the area. Israel's military said its forces were shot at shortly after the...
  • Israel pushes harder into Gaza Strip

    JERUSALEM Israeli forces expanded their offensive against Islamist militants deeper into the Gaza Strip on Sunday, triggering clashes in which 13 soldiers died and more than 60 people were killed in the shelling of a densely populated neighborhood of Gaza...
  • Israel pounds Gaza neighborhood it says is rocket-launching site

    Israel pounds Gaza neighborhood it says is rocket-launching site
    Israeli troops pounded an eastern neighborhood of Gaza City with air and artillery strikes Sunday, trading fire with Hamas militants armed with antitank missiles and rocket-propelled grenades and sending a tide of panicked humanity streaming from the...
  • Options abound for pursuing psychology programs

    Options abound for pursuing psychology programs
    Nancy Tartt has always had a passion for psychology and has devoted her career to social services. She headed to Adler School of Professional Psychology to pursue a master's degree in marriage and family counseling and discovered a new interest in the...
  • Full-body scanners may replace some genital searches at Guantanamo

    MIAMI Giving new meaning to the military's motto of transparent detention, the Guantanamo Bay war-on-terror prison is shopping for devices to conduct full-body scans at its outpost in southeast Cuba. The prison has invited businesses to bid on delivery...
  • Extreme heat adds to obstacles for crews fighting Central Washington fire

    SEATTLE Temperatures over 100 degrees are causing problems for crews fighting the Mills Canyon fire in Central Washington. As of Saturday afternoon, the fire had burned more than 20,000 acres with 763 people working on containing it, even as the heat...