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Ronald Reagan

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  • Retail sports facility underway in Lake

    Retail sports facility underway in Lake
    Work is underway on a sports-retail facility with 10,000 square feet at 528 Eighth Street, next to the South Lake trail in Clermont. Epic Cycles is almost tripling its existing footprint. Roman Brana, president of Bella Rio LLC, contracted with Guy...
  • The day five presidents showed up in Simi Valley

    The day five presidents showed up in Simi Valley
    In 1991, U.S. presidential history was made in Simi Valley. The Times called it "the ultimate photo opportunity." The presidents were drawn to California for the opening of the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library. The Times reported: "For the first...
  • Christie to Calif. Republicans: No rush to pick 2016 nominee

    Christie to Calif. Republicans: No rush to pick 2016 nominee
    New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie told California Republicans on Saturday that the party should not rush to choose a 2016 presidential nominee because of pressure from pollsters, pundits and GOP donors. "I promise you that over the next few months, you...
  • Women's History Month: Trailblazing women are among the Peninsula's most influential

     Women's History Month: Trailblazing women are among the Peninsula's most influential
    Women helped shape the Peninsula we know today, but their contributions—both past and present—are sometimes overlooked or obscured. These women have all contributed to the physical, spiritual, political and cultural growth of this community....
  • GOP disrespects Obama administration

    Imagine if Democratic senators had sent a letter to former Soviet Union leader Mikhail Gorbachev telling him not to trust President Ronald Reagan during negotiations in Reykjavik, Iceland. The GOP would have gone ballistic, and rightly so. —...
  • California Republicans -- evolve or die

    California Republicans -- evolve or die
    Delegates to the California Republican Party state convention that begins Friday in Sacramento should be asking themselves just two questions: Why can't they find an electable U.S. Senate candidate and how do they revive a state party that's become...
  • Police: Woman's remains not found in Longwood, search concludes

    Police: Woman's remains not found in Longwood, search concludes
    The search in a Longwood field for the remains of a woman missing since 2004 halted Friday after officers came up empty-handed, police spokesman Kevin Tuck said. After three days of digging and sifting through soil, officers and crime-scene...
  • Search continues for missing woman's remains in Longwood

    Search continues for missing woman's remains in Longwood
    Longwood police will return for a third day on Friday to search for the remains of a woman missing since 2004. Police spokesman Kevin Tuck said there was nothing new to release after Thursday's search. Officers and crime scene specialists dug a...
  • Search for woman's remains continues today

    Search for woman's remains continues today
    Longwood police are continuing their search for the remains of a 29-year-old woman who's been missing since 2004. A team of 10 to 15 officers and crime scene specialists dug a large hole Wednesday in a field near S. Ronald Reagan Boulevard and Dog Track...
  • Ronald Reagan's son shares father's legacy

    Ronald Reagan's son shares father's legacy
    Michael Reagan, the eldest son of late President Ronald Reagan, took the crowd at the Crest Theater on a romp through time. He spoke as part of the Delray Beach Center for the Arts' Robert Chapin Lecture Series in support of his father's legacy. He...
  • Life-and-death decisions will await Jeb, Hillary

    Life-and-death decisions will await Jeb, Hillary
    Presidents have to make more life-and-death decisions than anyone can be prepared for. Franklin Delano Roosevelt made such decisions on a daunting global scale. Harry Truman decided to drop atomic bombs on civilians. Dwight Eisenhower, the modern...