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  • New police chief to reach out to community

    New police chief to reach out to community
    LEESBURG — Newly appointed Leesburg police Chief Rob Hicks said he is all about community, and his first changes to the department will be in the area of relations with the residents the department serves. Hicks, 43, pledged to reach out to the...
  • Since 1925, vets have found healing, camaraderie in Wisconsin camp

    LAKE TOMAHAWK, Wis. It's not a hospital or clinic, but a lot of healing is done here. Perched between two lakes in northern Wisconsin, bucolic Camp American Legion opened in 1925 as a respite for wounded and disabled World War I soldiers. Nine decades...
  • Come to breakfast

    NORTH GROSVENORDALE- The American Legion Family Post 67, Rt. 200, is offering an all-you-can-eat breakfast on Sunday, Sept. 28 from 7 to 10:30 a.m. Tickets are $8 per person and $4 for children ages 7 and under. Proceeds will benefit legion programs....
  • Book and bake sale

    NORTH GROSVENORDALE – The Friends of the Thompson Public Library will be holding their fall book and bake sale on Saturday, Sept. 27, 9 a.m. to noon, 934 Riverside Drive (Rt. 12). Book donations accepted until Friday, Sept. 26, at noon. Individually...
  • American Legion and Connecticut Military Corvette Club sponsor classic car show

    Nearly 200 classic and antique cars were on display on the grounds of Nomads Adventure Quest on Bidwell Road, on Sunday, Sept. 14, as the South Windsor American Legion Post 133 and the Connecticut Military Corvette Club co-sponsored their first classic...
  • Big question in NC Senate race: Who's worse � Obama or GOP?

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. They rose together, both elected in 2008. Now President Barack Obama and Sen. Kay Hagan, D-N.C., are struggling together. Since Obama and Hagan both won in North Carolina six years ago, seen as harbingers of a resurgence of the...
  • H.B. group still trying to overcome obstacles to build 9/11 memorial

    Dennis Hashin thought that creating a 9/11 memorial for Huntington Beach would be as simple as removing a fountain to make room for a sculpture. He quickly learned that he was wrong. And now, three years after the project started and 13 years after...
  • Crescenta Valley Briefs: National Merit Scholars, 9/11 ceremony, Mutt Strut

    Crescenta Valley Briefs: National Merit Scholars, 9/11 ceremony, Mutt Strut
    The 2015 National Merit Scholarship Program recently announced its local semifinalists. They are Ericka Shin from Clark Magnet High School, and Nishanth Bhaskara, Edward Chung, Sacha Greenfield, Anderson Park, Jiesung Park, Deborah Rheem and Jeffrey...
  • On a night out, Minnesotans hope to get lucky at meat raffle

    They sit at a table near the bar, the three farmer's daughters and their boisterous friend, all of them single, in their 40s and 50s. With Johnny Cash on the jukebox, their cocktails before them, they're ready for an action-packed Saturday night. Sure,...
  • Put some color in your autumn

    Put some color in your autumn
    If your fall foliage bucket list includes vivid red cranberry marshes, winding country roads with a kaleidoscope of golden and orange leaves, and canopies of hardwood and coniferous trees along quiet lakes, we've got the perfect drives plotted out for...
  • Sleeper in Kansas might upset Senate election calculus

    Let's go out on a limb and predict that a Republican majority will retake the Senate in November's elections. After all, Nate Silver, the paragon of quantitative journalism, puts the party's chances of doing so at 62.6 percent. On second thought, let's...