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  • Newport-Mesa district to hold community meetings about school fences

    Newport-Mesa district to hold community meetings about school fences
    Community members will get a chance to offer input and possibly join a committee focused on the design of fencing recently approved for three Newport-Mesa elementary schools. Adams Elementary School will be the first to hold a community meeting to...
  • Maryland field field hockey earns No. 2 overall seed in NCAA tournament

    Maryland field field hockey earns No. 2 overall seed in NCAA tournament
    Maryland field hockey earned the No. 2 overall seed in the Division I NCAA tournament on Sunday. The Terps will host Princeton (7-10) or Monmouth (13-7), which play each other Wednesday, in the first round at 11:30 a.m. Saturday. Wake Forest (14-6) and...
  • 11-year-old charged with trashing Upper Bucks post office

    Workers at the Milford Square Post Office were perplexed. Someone had been vandalizing the tiny Milford Township village's storefront post-office over several days last week. A bulletin board at the Allentown Road location was broken, trash was strewn...
  • Obama strongly endorses tough net neutrality rules

    Obama strongly endorses tough net neutrality rules
    WASHINGTON — The first battle line drawn between President Obama and a resurgent Republican party is not, it turns out, over immigration. Instead, the two sides started out fighting over the future of the Internet. Obama called on the Federal...
  • Lobbyist fined for failing to collect campaign fees from legislators

    Lobbyist fined for failing to collect campaign fees from legislators
    Capitol lobbyist Richie Ross has agreed to pay $5,000 in fines to the state ethics agency for not collecting campaign consulting fees from two lawmakers, thus improperly putting them under the personal obligation to a lobbyist, officials said Monday....
  • A retired Marine's struggle to find some peace on homefront

     A retired Marine's struggle to find some peace on homefront
    Don Larson's bucolic Crystal Lake subdivision is a long way from Somalia, Iraq or any of the other war-torn locales where he served during his 23 years as a Marine. But in his mind, Larson must remain hypervigilant. He can't enter his home without first...
  • [UPDATED] Lobbyists pick sides -- Aronson's side -- in county D2 race

    [UPDATED] Lobbyists pick sides -- Aronson's side -- in county D2 race
    UPDATED with response from Lisa Aronson To the rest of us, a campaign contributor list is just another string of names. But to the elected officials running for office, it's a friend or enemy list. Don't think for a minute that an elected official...
  • Virginia legislators deal on Obamacare and transport money, judges a hang up

    RICHMOND —The Virginia General Assembly approved a last-minute Obamacare fix Monday night, allowing insurance companies to keep current policies past year's end, even if they're not compliant with the Affordable Care Act. Whether this will change...
  • Vikings waiting on NFL to act on Adrian Peterson

    Vikings waiting on NFL to act on Adrian Peterson
    EDEN PRAIRIE -- The Minnesota Vikings returned from their bye to begin preparations for Sunday's game against the Bears and said Monday they will await the league's review on the status of running back Adrian Peterson. Meanwhile, the NFL Players...
  • Gun Bill Supporters Overwhelmingly Re-Elected

    Gun Bill Supporters Overwhelmingly Re-Elected
    Connecticut Speaker of the House Brendan Sharkey reportedly said some Democrats, particularly freshmen, lost seats in the General Assembly because they voted yes on the 2013 gun safety reform bill. Speaker Sharkey's assessment of the political risk of...
  • What if you held a pigeon-shoot and no one came except protesters?

    What if you held a pigeon-shoot and no one came except protesters?
    In minutes the opening salvo in the latest skirmish of the Pennsylvania pigeon wars was due to begin. And there, a half-mile away across the Delaware River, lay ground zero. Shrouded behind a long, 30-foot-tall wall of pale fabric, the Philadelphia...