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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...
  • Waits of the world now easy to bear

    Waits of the world now easy to bear
    Just a second. Hang on. Be right there. OK, I'm ready to get started. Thanks for sticking around. This is a column about — wait for it — waiting, specifically about how much better waiting has become in recent years. It is also an...
  • 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...
  • Relevant Christianity: The first move

    A relaxing but challenging way to spend an evening is playing Scrabble or chess. The idea is to get the best words first or make the best moves and win the game. Sometimes we see the message of the Gospel as a game of chess. The person hearing it...
  • Homeless man living in a tent hits it big with a scratch-off

    Homeless man living in a tent hits it big with a scratch-off
    Good things hardly ever happen to homeless men. They live in all sorts of places, some under viaducts and bridges, others in cardboard boxes, in fields or under trees in the summertime. But this is about a homeless man and a good thing. He lives in...
  • 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...
  • James J. Kilpatrick dies at 89; newspaper columnist and arbiter of language

    James J. Kilpatrick dies at 89; newspaper columnist and arbiter of language
    James J. Kilpatrick, a nationally syndicated columnist whose strongly conservative viewpoints on politics, law and language appeared in hundreds of newspapers over the last five decades and made him a popular, even parodied, television pundit, died Sunday...
  • Chris Haney dies at 59; co-creator of Trivial Pursuit board game

    Chris Haney dies at 59; co-creator of Trivial Pursuit board game
    Chris Haney, a former Canadian journalist whose fascination with entertaining, barely useful tidbits of information led him to co-create the bestselling board game Trivial Pursuit, died Monday in Toronto. He was 59. He had been in poor health the last...
  • Frederick A. Fay dies at 66; advocate for rights of the disabled

    Frederick A. Fay dies at 66; advocate for rights of the disabled
    When he was in high school, Frederick A. Fay would shoot baskets for hours in his Bethesda, Md., backyard. Then, before heading inside, he might execute a routine of flips on a trapeze. That was his intention one day toward the end of his junior year...
  • ETHS PTSA Awards First Wildkit Grants

     
    Teachers at ETHS wasted no time in putting to use recently awarded Wildkit Grants which were funded by the ETHS Parent-Teacher-Student Association. The grants are …...