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  • 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...
  • Lobbyist fined but Sen. Lara denies he was influenced by debt

    Lobbyist fined but Sen. Lara denies he was influenced by debt
    A state ethics panel voted Thursday to impose $5,000 in fines on Capitol lobbyist and campaign consultant Richie Ross for putting two legislators under personal obligation to him by not collecting campaign consulting fees they owed. Under a deal with...
  • 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...
  • Comfort and joy at Florida resorts

    Comfort and joy at Florida resorts
    Want to have yourself a merry little Christmas at a Florida resort? No worries: Florida properties are ready for the holiday season with majestic Christmas trees, special decorations and themed activities and attractions. Here are some to check out:...
  • Broward Sheriff's Office honors fallen personnel

    Broward Sheriff's Office honors fallen personnel
    Red roses for Teri Rein didn't come from her husband on their ninth wedding anniversary Thursday. Instead, they came from Broward Sheriff Scott Israel and Fire Chief Anthony Stravino who presented the relatives of fallen law enforcement, detention and...
  • Gruber flap reopens not-so-old wounds

    I understand we've turned the page to the next controversy -- Obama's unconstitutional immigration pander -- but I'd like to dwell a little longer on the previous travesty. Obama administration health-care consultant Jonathan Gruber was discovered to...
  • In London, red foxes are plentiful and right at home

    In London, red foxes are plentiful and right at home
    My dog and I were crestfallen. In the early-morning chill, the fox lay lifeless on the sidewalk in front of us, her thick, honey-colored fur damp with rain, her golden-brown eyes staring blankly at the road, where she'd presumably been hit by a vehicle....
  • As Midterms Approach, Showbiz Figures Try to Focus Voters on Gun Laws

    While entertainment figures like Martin Sheen and Barbra Streisand have lent their names to support to midterm campaigns, there also has been a showbiz focus on specific issues, like gun violence. The latest are two spots directed by Mark Pellington,...
  • Another night, another blowout loss for the Lakers

    Another night, another blowout loss for the Lakers
    The calendar showed it to be late October, which was confusing, mainly because it felt like last February or March. You've probably heard this one before, but the depleted Lakers ran into a young, fast team and got crushed. The opponent Wednesday...
  • Teachers union, advocates protest and ask CPS to act on costly borrowing

     Teachers union, advocates protest and ask CPS to act on costly borrowing
    Nearly 50 people gathered at Chicago City Hall on Thursday calling for city and school officials to try to recoup money spent on costly school borrowing deals. Some demonstrators were eventually removed by police. The Chicago Teachers Union and other...