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  • $100 off Apple iPad Air 2

    $100 off Apple iPad Air 2
    Save $100 on an Apple iPad 2 16 GB for $399 from DigJungle.com on ebay. Surf, shop and read on the 9.7-inch brand new, silver tablet. It comes with a 90 day warranty so you can be confident in your purchase. iPad 2 has In-plane Switching (IPS)...
  • Haitian family finds hope here, five years after quake

    Haitian family finds hope here, five years after quake
    A second-grade girl ran out of Madison Elementary School in Skokie on Monday afternoon and into the freezing mess known as January. "Daddy!" she called. "Daddy!" Snow stretched along the sidewalks. Slush covered the streets. Her pink-and-purple down...
  • Orland School District 135 board election taking shape

    Orland School District 135 board election taking shape
    After the 2013 school board elections brought a major leadership shake-up to Orland School District 135, the April election will bring just four candidates vying for three open school board seats. Current school board President Joe La Margo and...
  • L.A. Unified's iPad program plagued by problems early, review says

    L.A. Unified's iPad program plagued by problems early, review says
    A $1.3-billion iPads-for-all program in Los Angeles schools was plagued by lack of resources and inadequate planning for how the devices would be used in classrooms and, later, how they would be evaluated, according to a federal review. The U.S....
  • Kids must learn to control their own screen time

    Kids must learn to control their own screen time
    Some say the devil’s greatest trick was convincing the world he doesn’t exist. I say it was convincing parents that computers can be educational. I learned this the hard way over Christmas when my wife and I, stumped about what to get our...
  • Glastonbury School Board Trims Superintendent's Proposed Budget

    Glastonbury School Board Trims Superintendent's Proposed Budget
    GLASTONBURY — The school board reduced Superintendent Alan B. Bookman's proposed budget by $725,000 Monday night, bringing the spending plan below the $100 million mark to $99.97 million, a spending increase of just over 3 percent. Board members...
  • West Hartford Police Charge Man With Attempting To Stab Wife

    West Hartford Police Charge Man With Attempting To Stab Wife
    WEST HARTFORD — A 74-year-old man from Kosovo was charged with attempted murder Sunday after he tried to stab his wife at a home on Walden Street, police said. Bajran Skenderi was also charged with third-degree assault of an elderly person, second-...
  • 'Minecraft' creator Markus Persson buys $70 million mansion

    The L.A. area's unusually hot ultra-luxury real estate market ended 2014 with yet another mega-sale. Swedish video game billionaire Markus Persson bought a Beverly Hills mansion built by handbag tycoon Bruce Makowsky for $70 million. Although the...
  • La Grange District 102 names Colorado superintendent as new leader

    La Grange District 102 names Colorado superintendent as new leader
    A Colorado school superintendent with 19 years of administrative experience has been named the new leader of La Grange Elementary School District 102, effective July 1. Kyle Schumacher currently serves as superintendent of a kindergarten through high...
  • Saying no to cancer treatment

    Saying no to cancer treatment
    Over the past 17 years, I have lived a good life. It has always just been me and my mom and all of our pets. My mom raised me well, to be a strong, competent and independent woman. She taught me right from wrong and always led me in the right direction,...
  • Golden Globes 2015: Sweet wins for audacious filmaking

    Golden Globes 2015: Sweet wins for audacious filmaking
    "Unapologetic." Michael Keaton invoked the idea as he accepted the Golden Globe for playing a fading movie actor trying to rise like a phoenix on Broadway. He was referring to his all-too-human character in "Birdman," directed by Alejandro G. Iñárritu,...