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  • READER SUBMITTED: Rita Holloman Receives Nursing Scholarship

    Rita Holloman, a resident of Meriden and a 14 year employee at Water's Edge Center for Health & Rehabilitation, was honored at the CT Association of Health Care Facilities (CAHCF) Annual Meeting at Mystic Seaport on July 10. Holloman, an LPN, was...
  • Documentary deals with different levels of sight loss

    New Vision for Independence Inc., will present a free showing of "Going Blind," a documentary about vision loss, at 10 a.m. Aug. 4 in the Magnolia Room at Lake-Sumter State College's Leesburg campus, 9501 U.S. Highway 441. The film is directed and...
  • Bill Plaschke: Courtroom chaos shows Sterlings as worst of Clippers' bad teams

    LOS ANGELES - For most of two days, the two sports power brokers had talked openly of their shared affection, still friends after 58 years of marriage, estranged emotionally but together in their ownership of the Clippers. Donald Sterling had called...
  • Donald Sterling calls wife a pig in court

    Donald Sterling calls wife a pig in court
    Clippers owner Donald Sterling stunned a packed Los Angeles County courtroom Wednesday by calling his wife a "pig" after suggesting in earlier testimony that he intends to have his say for a long time to come and pledging to continue his fight with the...
  • Sara Teets, Longtime Manchester Resident, WWII Vet, Dies At 89

    Sara Teets, a longtime resident and World War II veteran of the U.S. Army Air Force, died June 29. She was 89. Teets was born in Columbus, Ohio, one of eight children born to Alvin and Mary Phillips. She lived on a farm until her father and brothers...
  • Howard County Briefs

    Auditions Laurel Mill Playhouse will hold auditions for "Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow is Enuf" from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. July 22 and 24 at 508 Main St. in Laurel. Roles are for seven African-American women, ages 18 and older. No...
  • Shelly Sterling says Donald Sterling was 'happy' with Clippers sale

    Shelly Sterling says Donald Sterling was 'happy' with Clippers sale
    Donald Sterling was elated when Shelly Sterling came back with a $2-billion offer to sell the Clippers to former Microsoft Chief Executive Steve Ballmer in May, she said in court Thursday. He was "happy and proud" that his wife secured the offer...
  • Ben Franklin funds technology startups

    Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Northeastern Pennsylvania has approved $600,000 in loans and grants for 10 companies and manufacturers, the organization announced Monday. Seven recipients awarded loans are based in the Lehigh Valley: •...
  • Consumer Reports: How to live well into your 80s and beyond

    Sixty years ago, an American who made it to 65 could expect to live an additional 14 years. Today, Consumer Reports notes, it's 19 years. So how do we grow older healthfully so that we can actually enjoy those extra years? No matter whether you've just...
  • '24′ Finale Doesn't Pull Its Punches (SPOILERS)

    Jack Bauer was birthed in the shadow of terrorism, but in this latest revival -- titled "24: Live Another Day" -- he wound up re-fighting the Cold War. Although I was initially cool to the idea of dragging the character out of retirement - even in a...
  • Ex-players know NFL concussion deal will prompt hard choices

    Somewhere in the 163-page National Football League concussion settlement there is presumably help for Matt Blair, the former Minnesota Vikings All-Pro linebacker who is now 63 and has increasing memory problems. Blair said he played through two...