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  • Simsbury High Senior Girl Scout Completes Gold Award Project

    Simsbury High Senior Girl Scout Completes Gold Award Project
    SIMSBURY — For the first time in 10 years, a Simsbury High School senior will complete her Girl Scout Gold Award this week. Emily Cole, who has been a Girl Scout since kindergarten, created a Unified Art program for the high school. Unified Art...
  • Byron Lawrence Weston, Jr.August 5, 1958 - March 8, 2015

    Byron Lawrence Weston, Jr.<br/>August 5, 1958 - March 8, 2015
    Byron Weston, Jr. passed away while skiing at Mammoth Mountain, leaving behind his loving wife Monica and son Phillip.  He was preceded in death by his son Byron L. Weston, III, in 2011.  Also mourning his loss are mom Cecelia Weston, sisters Elizabeth...
  • Around Town: UCI Law School ranked No. 30 on U.S. News list

    The UC Irvine School of Law debuted at No. 30 in U.S. News & World Report's rankings of 198 accredited law schools nationwide — the highest debut ranking of any new law school in the list's history. Additionally, UCI Law's clinical program...
  • Spaghetti dinner a tradition at St. Gerald

    Greetings, fellow Oak Lawnians! St. Gerald-based Boy Scout Troop 619 and Cub Scout Pack 3619 are hosting their annual spaghetti dinner from 1 to 6 p.m. Sunday at St. Gerald Parish, 9310 S. 55th Court in Oak Lawn. This will be the 43rd year for the...
  • Girl Scout starts afterschool program to encourage science among girls

    While many children and young adults gravitate toward scouting for the camping and other activities, Shannon Harrington, of Plantation, was attracted by the community aspects of Girl Scouts of America. "I have a lot of strong memories of food drives...
  • Quite a catch: Niles St. John Brebeuf Fish Fry reels 'em in

    For which occasion should one net 100 pounds of potatoes, 100 pounds of tilapia, 10 gallons of tomato soup and two dozen lemons? Why, the Niles St. John Brebeuf Fish Fry, of course. The March 13 tradition rounded out your choice of baked or fried...
  • Along the Scouting Trail: Five Boy Scout members earn Eagle awards

    Along the Scouting Trail: Five Boy Scout members earn Eagle awards
    Five local Boy Scouts, all members of Troop 398, will be feted at a Court of Honor on Sunday, Feb. 8 as they receive their Eagle Scout awards. The event will be held at the Church of Latter-day Saints Chapel, 1830 Foothill Blvd., La Cañada. Those being...
  • Cub Scouts hike ends up at nude beach in San Diego

    Cub Scouts hike ends up at nude beach in San Diego
    The Boy Scouts motto is "be prepared," but a group of Cub Scouts and their adult leaders were not prepared for what they spied on a recent hike: Nudists. Half a dozen Cubs -- ages 9 and 10 -- were hiking on a Saturday morning at Torrey Pines State...
  • Sex abuse trial less likely for ex-Winnetka teacher, 94

    Sex abuse trial less likely for ex-Winnetka teacher, 94
    The prospects grew dimmer Thursday that an elderly former Winnetka teacher will ever stand trial on child sex abuse charges, after his attorneys described in court a man ravaged by age and disease and not fit for trial. For one man who claims longtime...
  • Calif. attorney seeks to use 'perversion' files in Boy Scout sex abuse trial

    A lawsuit brought by a 20-year-old man who was molested by a Boy Scout leader in 2007 could force the organization to reveal 16 years' worth of "perversion" files documenting sex abuse allegations. Files that were kept by the Boy Scouts of America...
  • Judge allows newer 'perversion' files in Boy Scout sex case

    Judge allows newer 'perversion' files in Boy Scout sex case
    A California judge ruled Friday that more than three decades of Boy Scout "perversion" files containing allegations of sex abuse within the organization can be used as evidence in a molestation case brought by a 20-year-old man that goes to trial month,...