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  • Amendments A, B, D shut out voters: My Word

    On Nov. 4, Orange County's charter amendments offer voters a chance to fight corruption and make elections more transparent. That's because the same politicians behind the "textgate" scandal, led by Commissioner Fred Brummer, have crafted three amendments...
  • Blackhawks are golden in goal

    Blackhawks are golden in goal
    Corey Crawford wanted the start but instead watched in street clothes. The Blackhawks goaltender appears ready to return from an upper-body injury and lobbied coach Joel Quenneville to get the call in net Tuesday night when the Hawks lost 1-0 to the...
  • Minto West: Wrong place for Palm Beach County's new city

    Minto West: Wrong place for Palm Beach County's new city
    If Palm Beach County commissioners base their vote today on the staff recommendation, they will approve Minto West, a mini-city proposed for The Acreage in the county’s northwest. If they base their vote on reality, they will reject Minto West....
  • Post-election arrogance?

    Post-election arrogance?
    Oh, the arrogance of power. The top Maryland lobbyist for telecom giant Comcast couldn't even wait for the dust to settle after Election Day to start bashing Maryland lawmakers. At a Chamber of Commerce luncheon talk right after Larry Hogan's victory,...
  • Andre Reed Field gets approval from Allentown School Board

    Andre Reed Field gets approval from Allentown School Board
    Since no one knows what William Allen would have posted on Facebook and nearly everyone has used the F-word, the Allentown School Board has given its blessing to name a football field after Andre Reed. School directors voted 6-1 at a special meeting...
  • Wrong time for new city of Minto West

    Wrong time  for new city  of Minto West
    If Palm Beach County commissioners base their vote today on the staff recommendation, they will approve Minto West, a mini-city proposed for The Acreage in the county's northwest. If they base their vote on reality, they will reject Minto West. Under...
  • Norma Hall BowmanMarch 18, 1921 - October 30, 2014

    Norma Hall Bowman<br/>March 18, 1921 - October 30, 2014
    Norma Hall Bowman, 93, of La Crescenta, CA, passed away on Thursday, October 30, 2014, in Glendale, CA. Norma Smith Hall was born in Mound City, Missouri, on March 18, 1921 to parents Clarence Thomas Hall and Helen Smith Hall.  Her two older brothers,...
  • Stairway advocates' long climb at Fairview Park is nearly over

    Stairway advocates' long climb at Fairview Park is nearly over
    On a sunny afternoon, the wind swayed rows of caution tape in a dusty corner of Costa Mesa, where something as simple and seemingly benign as park access is finally being built after decades of struggling by advocates to win city approval. Bob Graham on...
  • Readers sound off on arts, politicians, lobbyists ... and me

    Readers sound off on arts, politicians, lobbyists ... and me
    Scott, I've always opposed things like arenas that subsidize rich owners on the backs of taxpayers who can least afford admission there. However, your column on our new arts center ["Orlando Arts Center Benefits us all"] persuaded me that this venue...
  • Florida candidates talk tough on oil drilling

    Florida candidates talk tough on oil drilling
    Scores of concerned Floridians from all parts of the state converged on Naples earlier this month to deliver samples of polluted water to Gov. Rick Scott's beachside mansion. Their fear: An oil rush in Florida, especially in the Everglades, and the...
  • Darby Tillis, freed from Illinois' death row in 1987, dies at 71

    Darby Tillis, freed from Illinois' death row in 1987, dies at 71
    Darby Tillis was one of the first Illinois death row inmates to be exonerated and became a vocal opponent of the death penalty, traveling the city in his "peace limo" emblazoned with the slogan, "Thou shall not kill." Mr. Tillis, 71, died of...