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  • Nancy 'Nan' Roberts: Beach lover always had a sunny outlook

    Nancy Roberts lived life with a cheerful disposition — and she didn't let a sudden diagnosis of pancreatic cancer change that. "She was positive to the end," said her son, Jep Roberts of Chuluota. "She wouldn't wallow in the negative." Nancy...
  • People on the move: Industry recognitions for Lori Hartglass, John h Genovese, Gerald F Richman

    Finance Tatiana Eyzaguirre has been promoted to senior vice president and private client managing director for BankUnited in Fort Lauderdale. Most recently she was vice president and sales hub manager for Weston and parts of Sunrise. Raphael Garcia was...
  • Ulman fund founder leaving Livestrong to become CEO at Ohio-based cancer organization

    Ulman fund founder leaving Livestrong to become CEO at Ohio-based cancer organization
    Doug Ulman, a Howard County native and founder of the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults, has been named president and CEO of Pelotonia, a cycling organization that raises money for cancer research, according to officials of the Ohio-based organization....
  • Interim UC Irvine chancellor nominated for permanent post

    Interim UC Irvine chancellor nominated for permanent post
    Howard Gillman, a political scientist who has been interim chancellor of UC Irvine since July, is being nominated to become the permanent head of the massive Orange County campus. Gillman became temporary chancellor of the 29,000-student school after...
  • Virginia Tech faithful descend upon Ohio State

    COLUMBUS, Ohio — Chad Willis half expected to be cuffed and frog-marched out of Ohio Stadium on Friday morning. He was trespassing, after all, and perhaps most criminal, he was wearing a Virginia Tech golf shirt. But the security guard couldn't...
  • Hires and promotions at Lehigh Valley businesses

    Hires and promotions at Lehigh Valley businesses
    BRUCE NICHOLSON, director of Lehigh Valley Health Network's Pain Medicine Division and president of Pain Specialists of the Greater Lehigh Valley, has been selected to join the board of directors at Big Brothers Big Sisters Lehigh Valley. Dr....
  • Regents OK raises up to 20% for UC chancellors

    Regents OK raises up to 20% for UC chancellors
    The UC regents Thursday awarded pay increases of as much as 20% to the leaders of the Santa Barbara, Santa Cruz, Merced and Riverside campuses and set the annual salary of the new UC Irvine chancellor, Howard Gillman, at $485,000. The regents said the...
  • Docs urge action to stop young drivers’ texting

    Docs urge action to stop young drivers’ texting
    Texting while driving could be contributing to thousands of car crashes, especially among teens, and the American College of Preventive Medicine (ACPM) wants policy makers, doctors and parents to do something about it. Texting by novice drivers raises...
  • UCF joins with other universities to help low-income students graduate

    UCF joins with other universities to help low-income students graduate
    The University of Central Florida and major universities from 10 other states have joined to help students from low-income families earn college degrees, hoping that by sharing ideas all the institutions will see graduation rates rise. UCF President...
  • Sorry, Rush Limbaugh, but no ALWAYS means no

    Sorry, Rush Limbaugh, but no ALWAYS means no
    Noted horrible person Rush Limbaugh has a remarkable knack for making already bad situations worse. It’s like having the Midas touch if King Midas’s magic allowed him to transform things that were on fire into things that were even more on...
  • Drones may provide big lift to agriculture when FAA allows their use

    Drones may provide big lift to agriculture when FAA allows their use
    When Steve Morris began building unmanned aerial systems in the late 1990s, he envisioned flying them over fields and collecting data that would be useful to farmers. But after the wars in Afghanistan and Iraq, drones became largely associated with...