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  • U.S., Iran at the table: Nuclear talks

     
    by Paul Richter and Christi Parsons GENEVA -- Iranian officials sat down with diplomats of six great powers at a secluded villa on the outskirts of Geneva today to try to relieve growing international pressure over Tehran's nuclear program. In......
  • 2011 Volvo S60: First Look

     
    Volvo released the first two images of the all-new S60 sedan today. An additional shot is below. The company will debut the new sedan at the Geneva Motor Show next March, so folks who are heading to the L.A., Detroit......
  • Swamp's fifth year: Starting here today

     
    by Mark Silva Of all the celebrations suitable for a boisterous New Year, The Swamp's own birthday holds particular meaning here. That birthday was Sunday. The Swamp turned four. On Jan. 3., 2006, Frank James posted the first entry in......
  • This Week's Most-Read Stories

     
    February sales numbers were announced this week, and the anticipation to see how Toyota???s recalls would affect its best-sellers is reflected in our most-read story. Also, the Geneva International Motor Show brought announcements for a bunch of new cars,...
  • Former Orangewood Christian coach to lead Geneva softball

     
    Geneva School athletic director Dan Harger announced Tim Covey has replaced him as the school's head softball coach. “It's difficult to put the right amount of time in to coach and being the athletic director,” Harger said. “I've told...
  • Former Southern basketball player to coach at Geneva

     
    Geneva School has appointed Jasmin “Jazz” Noel as its boys basketball coach. Noel, who played at Southern University in Baton Rouge, La., from 1992-94, was an assistant coach at Deltona Pine Ridge....
  • Yes: His views spark important debate

    Yes: His views spark important debate
    When I became dean of the Chapman University School of Law almost two years ago, I made a commitment to pursue a mission of ideological diversity at the school. One way to fulfill that mission is through the appointment of visiting professors. For 2008-...
  • Free press, with profits

    Newspapers are for sale across the country. National Public Radio and television news shows are laying off staff. The Tribune Co. (which owns this and other newspapers) is in bankruptcy. It's clear that journalism is in crisis, and in the current...
  • Get tough on Iran

    HOLLYWOOD HAS an almost inexhaustible capacity to irritate politicians, both foreign and domestic. The recent film "300," which tells the story of a few hundred Greeks holding off a massive army of invading Persians in 480 BC — saving Western...
  • June 18: Adopt A Pet - Orphans of the Storm

    June 18: Adopt A Pet - Orphans of the Storm
    Orphans of the Storm www.orphansofthestorm.org Dining for the Dogs" at Egg Harbor Cafe On Sunday, June 27th, take the family to breakfast or lunch at Egg Harbor Cafe for a good cause -- helping homeless animals! From 10 am - 1 pm (on the patio), local...
  • Find out where to eat in Geneva!

    Find out where to eat in Geneva!
    When in Geneva, be sure to check out: Atwater's restaurant, Herrington Inn, 15 S. River Lane, 630-208-7433 Ju Rin, 1772 S. Randall Rd., 630-262-9590 Little Owl, 101 W. State St., 630-232-7223 Mill Race Inn, 4 E. State St., 630-232-2030 Niche, 14...