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  • Glendale cluster PTA: GHS yearbook available for online purchase

    Glendale High School's 2015 yearbook is now complete, thanks to the work of editors-in-chief Doug Schowengerdt, Laura Tabanyi and Maddie Wills, along with their staff. A yearbook costs $85 and can be purchased online at the school store. The yearbook's...
  • Community: Burbank Council PTA honors volunteers

    Community: Burbank Council PTA honors volunteers
    Burbank Council PTA celebrated the 65th annual Honorary Service Awards in mid-April at the Castaway restaurant. Awards were presented to volunteers at the 16 schools in Burbank, who were honored for outstanding service to children. In addition, the...
  • School Notes: Bowie High students win at annual schools film festival

    School Notes: Bowie High students win at annual schools film festival
    More than 400 students and teachers gathered at The American Film Institute in Silver Spring on April 15 to take part in Prince George's County Public Schools third annual film festival. Bowie High School student Alexandra Crump's "Life" won the...
  • FSA testing halted because of computer problems, schools say

    FSA testing halted because of computer problems, schools say
    An unnecessary computer update delayed testing for thousands of Florida students Monday and represented another setback for the state’s new computer-based exams. Education Commissioner Pam Stewart told school superintendents in a telephone call...
  • Virginia G. 'Ginger' Clark, Realtor

    Virginia G. 'Ginger' Clark, Realtor
    Virginia G. "Ginger" Clark, a retired Realtor who was active in several historical societies, died Sunday of cancer at Grace Rehabilitation Center in Vero Beach, Fla. The former longtime Ellicott City resident was 83. The daughter of Richard Hebert...
  • Brooklyn Park: Pizza with the Marines celebrates Grab Bags for Grunts

    Brooklyn Park: Pizza with the Marines celebrates Grab Bags for Grunts
    Before a group of Marines sat down to chow down on pizza, they were treated to a rousing rendition of the Marine Corps Hymn┬áby their hosts – a number of students at Belle Grove Elementary School. The Marines were there to show their gratitude on...
  • After broken gang truce, El Salvador sees deadliest month in 10 years

    After broken gang truce, El Salvador sees deadliest month in 10 years
    Dr. Oscar Quijano touched his pinky to the hole in the head of the latest skeleton brought to the metal slab before him. It was clear she had been killed "in a violent way," Quijano said as he examined the skull of one of the many people slain despite a...
  • Adoption struggle leads couple into gay marriage fight

    On paper, Paul Campion's home seemed perfect for a foster child — and one of the students he worked with as a school counselor was begging to be taken in. Campion's partner, a nurse, was the PTA president, and they had three adopted children...
  • Sandy Delgado, Northlake alderman, dies at 58

    Sandy Delgado, Northlake alderman, dies at 58
    Northlake Ald. Sandy Delgado, a quiet advocate for community events in the city, died of cancer on March 28. She was 58. Delgado was elected to the Northlake City Council in 2005. Though generally quiet at City Council meetings, she liked working...
  • Rhodes school volunteers rewarded with barbecue

    Rhodes school volunteers rewarded with barbecue
    Burgers and hot dogs were served last Wednesday evening at Rhodes Elementary School to school volunteers as a way of saying thanks for their help. At around 6 p.m. April 8, the food was being put on the grill outside the school for the school's annual...
  • Hampton's secretive superintendent search disrespects parents, community

    Hampton's secretive superintendent search disrespects parents, community
    The Hampton School Board's secretive search for a new superintendent shows little respect for city parents — at a time when the ailing school system needs all their support. Barely a third of the district's 30 schools — 12 — earned...