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  • Hundreds try out for Destroyers, coach likes 'grassroots' talent

    Hundreds try out for Destroyers, coach likes 'grassroots' talent
    At dawn on the last day of the NFL draft, the Virginia Destroyers held a draft of their own. Potential picks didn't need tickets nor did they need to go out and buy an expensive suit. And the venue didn't quite meet the spectacle known as Music City...
  • Neighbors

    Community Foundation taps Loveland as CEO The Laguna Beach Community Foundation has named Darrcy Loveland as its president and chief executive officer. "Darrcy has more than 25 years of experience with corporate, nonprofit, association and government...
  • U. of C. prof is CPS' new chief education officer

    Chicago Public Schools Interim CEO Terry Mazany today announced the appointment of University of Chicago professor Charles Payne as the school system's new chief education officer, but he won't have the job long. The chief education officer is the No. 2...
  • Grocery Chain CEO Busted in Child Prostitution Sting

    Grocery Chain CEO Busted in Child Prostitution Sting
    PHOENIX, Ariz. -- The chief executive officer of a Western grocery store chain resigned after he was arrested in a child prostitution sting, according to police and CNN affiliate KNXV. Michael Gilliland, 52, was one of eight people arrested in the sting,...
  • Henry's to open under new name

    Henry's to open under new name
    A merger of Henry’s and Sprouts specialty markets announced this week will not impact plans to open a new store this summer in the heart of La Cañada Flintridge, according to the company. Henry’s Farmers Market was weeks from breaking ground...
  • UFL Destroyers' Williams takes Grambling job to coach his son

    UFL Destroyers' Williams takes Grambling job to coach his son
    The pull of home and family was too great for Doug Williams, and as a result the area's fledgling United Football League franchise again seeks leadership. Williams vacated the position of general manager with the UFL's Virginia Destroyers to become...
  • Costa Mesa creates Behind the Budget webpage

    COSTA MESA — The city has launched a new webpage to make it easier for residents to access information about the proposed 2011-12 budget, officials announced in a news release Monday. The Behind the Budget Numbers page has links to video clips,...
  • The Crowd: Event at Cohen estate supports Childhelp

    Over-the-top artistic style and incomparable generosity are superlatives describing the donor reception thrown last week by Bob and Beverly Cohen on behalf of Childhelp. Some 100 guests converged upon the Cohen estate in Newport Beach's Bayshores...
  • Rascal Flatts starts over with new ABC concert special

    Rascal Flatts is rebooting, and part of its re-energized harmony is the first broadcast-television special it's headlined. Widely popular for such hits as "Bless the Broken Road," "These Days," and the current "Why Wait" and "I Won't Let Go," the award-...
  • City water official to manage DuPage commission

    A longtime city of Chicago water official is in line to become the next general manager of the DuPage Water Commission.   Commissioners at the beleaguered Lake Michigan water agency have selected Deputy Water Commissioner John Spatz Jr. to be the top...
  • 2012 Buick LaCrosse with eAssist: First Drive

    2012 Buick LaCrosse with eAssist: First Drive
    The 2012 Buick LaCrosse will be the first model to receive GM's eAssist mild-hybrid system, a new take on a design used in past cars like the Chevrolet Malibu Hybrid and Green Line versions of the Saturn Aura and Vue. Regrettably, those cars delivered...