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  • More doctors accepting simultaneous knee surgeries

    More doctors accepting simultaneous knee surgeries
    Sandra Lynch tried steroid shots and physical therapy to cure her ailing knees, but finally her doctor said enough: The 62-year-old wedding officiant from Frederick needed surgery to get them both replaced. Lynch dreaded the thought of two surgeries and...
  • Who is seeking the UCF Foundation CEO job?

    Who is seeking the UCF Foundation CEO job?
    More than 30 people are seeking the open University of Central Foundation chief executive officer position, according to the university that released the job applicants' names this week. The list of names includes university and business leaders from as...
  • D219 briefs: School bus company dropped amidst service problems

    News from the April 13 Niles Township High School District 219 Board of Education meeting; Niles North and Niles West High Schools. School bus company dropped amidst service problems The District 219 Board School Board has awarded new contracts for...
  • Girls' Water Polo Dream Team: Kapana was tough to crack

    Girls' Water Polo Dream Team: Kapana was tough to crack
    The humility of Newport Harbor High senior goalkeeper Carlee Kapana is as genuine as her talent in girls' water polo. Kapana won't talk trash against rival Corona del Mar. But to find the reason the Sailors beat the Sea Kings all three times this past...
  • Andrew James, medical marijuana CEO who sued the state, dies at 51

     Andrew James, medical marijuana CEO who sued the state, dies at 51
    After working in law and real estate, Andrew James embarked upon a third career path in recent years that offered few of the perks of his previous professions. "I remember Andy and I having dinner with a young couple from Chicago, and hearing how...
  • Recent cuts at OCMA not a retreat, head of museum's trustees says

    Recent cuts at OCMA not a retreat, head of museum's trustees says
    The recent downsizing at the Orange County Museum of Art has left the Newport Beach institution without a chief curator and the art world stunned. But in a telephone interview with The Times, Craig Wells, the president of the museum's board of trustees,...
  • Readers pledge donations for Gary teen's trip to international science fair

    Readers pledge donations for Gary teen's trip to international science fair
    Kashka Johnson will be attending that international science fair competition next month, thanks in part to you, and you and you. As soon as my Monday column ran online, readers from across the country began contacting me to pledge donations,...
  • Shulamit Ran may be retiring but her music continues

     Shulamit Ran may be retiring but her music continues
    Shulamit Ran remembers very well how she came to be hired as a professor of music at the University of Chicago. It was 1973, roughly a decade after she had moved from her native Tel Aviv to New York to study composition and piano at the Mannes College...
  • Conference offers insights on med school

    Pre-med students looking to apply to medical school, as well as high school students with aspirations of one day becoming a doctor, will learn what it takes and how to do it at a one-day weekend conference at Indiana University School of Medicine –...
  • Q&A: District 219 School Board candidates

    Q&A: District 219 School Board candidates
    Eleven candidates are running for four openings on the School District 219 Board of Education. Incumbents Sheri Doniger, Jeffrey Greenspan, David Ko, and Eileen Valfer are running for reelection. New faces on the ballot include Jon Heinz, Lateef...
  • Bears criticized for signing player under investigation in sex assault case

    Bears criticized for signing player under investigation in sex assault case
    In August, defensive end Ray McDonald of the 49ers celebrated his 30th birthday with friends at his 4,800-square-foot home in San Jose overlooking a golf course. Guests arrived as early as 3 p.m. with the party going strong enough to generate a noise...