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  • Gloucester schools remodeling project sees week delay

    Plans to renovate the Thomas Calhoun Walker Educational Center have hit a bit of a snag, with the bidding process slowed by the complexity of the project. In an update from schools and county staff on Tuesday night, the Gloucester School Board learned...
  • Grammarnoir 5: The Shame of the Prose, complete

    By request, and because in a few days I will be at the American Copy Editors Society's national conference with several people who, by the uncanniest of coincidences, bear the same names as certain characters, here is the fifth Grammarnoir serial in one...
  • Group sends female inmates books

    Group sends female inmates books
    The message itself was simple: "I was so alone and then I got your package," it read. "Thank you so much. I love the books. Thank you and God bless." Yet there was something about the handwriting, a delicate and elegant script, that moved Megan Bernard to...
  • Yvonne Man

    Yvonne Man
    Yvonne Man joined FOX 59 as a general assignment reporter in August 2012. She’s excited to be working in Indianapolis after spending three years as an Anchor/Reporter at KVRR and KVLY/KXJB in Fargo, ND. Yvonne has also reported in Hong Kong, where...
  • Grammarnoir 5, The Shame of the Prose, Part 2

    “Grammarnoir 5: The Shame of the Prose” is a four-part serial, running on Mondays from February 11 until the thrilling conclusion on March 4, National Grammar Day.  Grammarnoir is a work of fiction.  Any resemblance of characters to any...
  • Allan B. Calhamer dies at 81; inventor of Diplomacy game

    The origins of the board game Diplomacy can be traced to an old geography book that Allan B. Calhamer discovered while rummaging around with a friend in the attic of his boyhood home in suburban Chicago. Calhamer was fascinated by the exotic countries...
  • How a demon iPad stole my summer vacation

    I plan to remember this year's vacation season with just two words: Never again. Never again, that is, will I take all my technology along. The Internet has ruined summer vacations. When I first visited my in-laws' cabin in Ontario's north woods 35...
  • Taking the Kids: When they are all grown up in the fall

    Taking the Kids: When they are all grown up in the fall
    It's called fishing, not catching. That must be why I'm not catching anything, though I'm standing in one of the premiere fly-fishing spots in Colorado — the Roaring Fork River on the edge of Aspen (http://www.aspenchamber.com). It is picture-...
  • Word has it Scrabble fundraiser is Saturday in Roland Park

    Word has it Scrabble fundraiser is Saturday in Roland Park
    The word was tristeza. It's a disease of citrus trees, but more importantly, for Tobey Roland, it once scored 228 points for him in a game of Scrabble, he said. Roland, 52, of Mount Washington, loves Scrabble and estimates he has played in 120...
  • Missing Mom and Dad

    Missing Mom and Dad
    You figured it would always be this way: you, all your brothers and sisters plus their kids, gathering for holidays or summer barbecues much the way you did when your parents were alive. Without your dad who died a dozen years ago or your mom who passed...
  • John Graves dies at 92; one of Texas' most celebrated authors

    Author John Graves, whose 1960 book "Goodbye to a River" and authentic depictions of rural Texas made him one of the state's most celebrated and beloved writers, has died. He was 92. Graves died Wednesday at the home he called Hard Scrabble near Glen...