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  • Leonard Pitts Jr.: Gulp! Another intrusion by the Nanny State

    There are things the law cannot do. And if that seems a self-evident observation, well, you may want to think again in light of last week's headlines out of New York City: It seems the mayor wants to ban the Big Gulp. Specifically, Michael Bloomberg has...
  • Experts take solace in new jobs report

    Experts take solace in new jobs report
    The economy is slowly moving toward better days, with the unemployment rate falling to 7.8 percent from 8.1 percent. Political types on both sides were using the job numbers Friday for an advantage in the presidential race. But economists tended to...
  • Phil Angelides: The Columbo of Wall Street

    One very scary year ago this week, we were tipping headfirst into an economic black hole that threatened to suck down the global economy. How did it happen? Congress has created a 10-member citizens commission to find out. At its head is Phil Angelides,...
  • It was a special Father's Day for Jones OT Duaron Williams

    It was a special Father's Day for Jones OT Duaron Williams
    Sunday was a special day for Jones High offensive tackle Duaron Williams. The rising junior was invited to the Schuman's National Underclassmen Top 100 regional combine in Atlanta. But instead of just showing up to participate and being happy with that,...
  • Old Dominion Electric Cooperative turns green, but keeps coal with Dendron plant proposal

    Earlier this month, a regional energy cooperative announced a deal to buy electricity from a wind farm in Pennsylvania. Old Dominion Electric Cooperative (ODEC) is proud of its efforts to diversify beyond conventional generation sources and into more...
  • Restoration Porsche - Part 1

    I became the owner of a 1967 Porsche 912 in March 2009, a few months after my brother Alan died unexpectedly of a heart attack in California, where he lived. At a memorial service for him on the campus of Stanford University, his wife offered me Alan&...
  • Bicyclist killed by motorist remembered for living life at full throttle

    Bicyclist killed by motorist remembered for living life at full throttle
    Harry Nickell was riding his bicycle Sunday morning on the shoulder of U.S. Highway 27 near the Lakeridge Winery when a car traveling in the same direction wandered off the road and slammed into him from behind. In a blink, Lake County's unofficial...
  • Boost your energy with time-shifting

    Two of the most exciting developments in personal productivity and achievement are time-shifting and work-shifting. Time-shifting capitalizes on your body's circadian rhythm and deals with when you work, while work-shifting deals with where you work. A...
  • Not Women's Or Men's, Just Greatness

    Tina Charles flew in from Russia. Kemba Walker, Randy Edsall, Richard Blumenthal — the who's who of Connecticut — descended from all parts Nutmeg. In the middle of Geno Auriemma's postgame press conference on this historic night, even the...
  • Bulls should root for Hawks to beat Dwight Homicide, er, Howard

    Bulls should root for Hawks to beat Dwight Homicide, er, Howard
    I don’t need the Orlando-Atlanta series to go seven games so the winner supposedly will be too tired to challenge the Bulls. No, I just need Atlanta to win so Dwight Howard doesn’t show up and play ever dirtier on Derrick Rose than Indiana...
  • ACC basketball needs coaches as good as 20 years ago

    ACC basketball needs coaches as good as 20 years ago
    During the early 1990s, ACC basketball was the model of stability. Each of the conference's nine coaches advanced in the NCAA tournament and remained on the job at least six years. Eight reached multiple Sweet 16s, and eventually, three won national...