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  • John Rich dies at 86; director of landmark sitcoms

    John Rich dies at 86; director of landmark sitcoms
    As a top television comedy director who won an Emmy directing "The Dick Van Dyke Show"in the early 1960s, John Rich was faced with a tough choice in 1970. On the same day he received a phone call from Mary Tyler Moore wanting to set up a meeting to...
  • Glenview a blend of old and new

    Glenview a blend of old and new
    When Mike and Erin Lovitto decided to build a house where they could raise their 5-month-old twins, they looked no farther than Mike's hometown, Glenview. Having a new house in an established community is the best of both worlds, said Mike. "My kids...
  • The Mothers Of Reinvention

    The Mothers Of Reinvention
    Jennifer Pate and Barbara Machen are the faces of modern motherhood. Meeting at a Mommy & Me class, they immediately clicked over a shared struggle. As mothers, wives, and career women, they thought they had what they always wanted, but something vital...
  • Kecoughtan product Jerod Mayo captains Patriots' defense in Super Bowl

    Kecoughtan product Jerod Mayo captains Patriots' defense in Super Bowl
    Jerod Mayo has earned Pro Bowl and Rookie of the Year honors. He's led the NFL in tackles and secured the approval of football's most finicky and poorly dressed coach. What he hadn't enjoyed before this season was playoff success. What he's poised to do...
  • Steinberg: Analysis of big game

    The nasty little secret behind a portion of the popularity of the NFL is the passion for betting which generates billions of dollars every week. When you are at a game and hear cheering after scores that seems disconnected with the action on the field &#...
  • Raymond Berry's 'Super' Walk

    Raymond Berry's 'Super' Walk
    As he carried the Lombardi Trophy to midfield after the Super Bowl Sunday, past a double row of giddy and groping New York Giants, Raymond Berry felt their glee. "They (players) were in another world," said Berry, 78. "As I watched them touch the trophy,...
  • Should nutrition groups take corporate money?

    The Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (AND) has long and controversial ties with large food and beverage corporations, including Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, Hershey, Kraft and Unilever. As partners, the companies have a national platform at nutrition...
  • Transgender bill stirs fear, controversy in Baltimore County

    Transgender bill stirs fear, controversy in Baltimore County
    Jenna Fischetti picks a seat at a Baltimore County Starbucks where she can see who's coming and going. As a transgender woman, the 47-year-old is always on guard. "My head's on the swivel," said Fischetti, a freckled brunette. When she slips into a...
  • Beverly Hills Sprinkles to open 24-hour cupcake vending machine

    Beverly Hills Sprinkles to open 24-hour cupcake vending machine
    For confectionery-crazed Angelenos, the newest development in vending culture is the sweetest one yet: a 24-hour cupcake-dispensing machine at Sprinkles, the Beverly Hills-based Holy Grail of cupcakery. And it’s pink. The automaton will vend...
  • Illinois House says Quinn revenue projections too optimistic

    Illinois House says Quinn revenue projections too optimistic
    The House made the first move against Democratic Gov. Pat Quinn’s budget proposal Thursday, lowering the estimate of how much money the state should expect to take in next year by more than $200 million. For a state that owes more than $8 billion...
  • Lehigh University helps local companies be sustainable

    Lehigh University helps local companies be sustainable
    For Nestle Waters, a few degrees on the thermostat can mean big money. That's why when Lehigh University's Enterprise Systems Center pointed out a glitch in the processes of the company's state-of-the-art Breinigsville plant that was keeping temperatures...