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  • Delray Beach artist building studio/gallery - on barge off Peanut Island

    Delray Beach artist building studio/gallery - on barge off Peanut Island
    Something curious is rising out of the Intracoastal waters off Palm Beach County's Peanut Island. More than 100 yards offshore, where only watercraft typically roam, Delray Beach artist William DeBilzan is building a two-story waterfront studio and...
  • Delaware, Lehigh, Kittatinny Ridge conservation efforts to be highlighted

    Conservation of our land, water and animal resources should be a primary goal of every hunter, trapper, angler, hiker, birder and other outdoor enthusiasts. In Monday's editions of The Morning Call, the Cryptoquotes features this gem from Aldo Leopold,...
  • Duvall named president of Virginia Natural Gas

    Atlanta-based AGL Resources promoted Robert Duvall to president of its subsidiary Virginia Natural Gas.  He replaces the late Jodi S. Gidley, who was president for seven years before she died unexpectedly on July 31. Duvall has served as vice...
  • Garcetti aide is face of city's outreach to foreign-born residents

    Garcetti aide is face of city's outreach to foreign-born residents
    Gustavo Hernandez sat with his family in a large auditorium in the downtown Central Library, a pen and pad in his lap. He had come for a free workshop, organized by the office of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, to reapply for a federal program that...
  • More than 5 million in state live near oil or gas well, report says

    More than 5 million in state live near oil or gas well, report says
    More than 5 million Californians — most of them in Los Angeles and Kern counties — live near an oil or gas well, and expanding drilling in the state could increase their exposure to health risks, according to a report released Wednesday by a...
  • Experts share strategies for effective parenting

    Pre-school social worker Jennifer Rogers spends a lot of time working with parents in the Putnam school system where she's worked since 2013. Her role is to bridge the gap between home and school by helping children make that transition through pre-school...
  • LCF Council takes steps toward citywide historical preservation plan

    Members of the La Cañada City Council discussed Monday steps that could be taken to come up with methods for preserving historical buildings and points of interest throughout the city. After hearing a staff report, the Council elected to allow Mayor...
  • Susan Glickman: Tallahassee still tone deaf on climate change

    Susan Glickman: Tallahassee still tone deaf  on climate change
    It's no secret South Florida is "ground zero" for climate change impacts — especially sea-level rise. Also clear is the enormous potential to meet that challenge by using energy smarter and investing in solar power, creating jobs in the process....
  • Eva Longoria's 'Food Chains' Doc Gets Spanish-Language Version (EXCLUSIVE)

    Producers of Eva Longoria's farmworker documentary "Food Chains" have created a Spanish-language version of the film that will be released simultaneously with the English version. The Spanish-language version is voiced by "The Bridge" actors Demian...
  • Warner, Gillespie trade barbs at Beach forum

    Warner, Gillespie trade barbs at Beach forum
    Sen. Mark Warner and GOP challenger Ed Gillespie took sequential potshots at one another Thursday at what's almost certain to be their last joint appearance before voters. What neither remarked on was that they offer very similar stands on sequestration,...
  • Delayed administrative immigration reform has real-life consequences

    President Obama's broken promise of enacting administrative immigration reform by the end of the summer will undoubtedly have dire consequences for countless families in this country. Contrary to the administration's assertion that they have targeted...