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  • School board chooses student representative

     School board chooses student representative
    Every year, the La Caņada Unified Governing Board allows one high school senior to serve as a voice for the student population, and a touchstone of how board members' decisions affect the lives of the youth they serve. This year, the honor belongs to...
  • Champ and Chump: Jim Ferber & Roger Goodell

    Champ and Chump: Jim Ferber & Roger Goodell
    Champ Jim Ferber: When he took the reins of the YMCA of Central Florida in 1993, his pressing goal was ensuring its facilities no longer "suck." In growing the Y tenfold, Ferber, who retires this year, has done that. And more. He's driven innovation,...
  • Hemmens headed to Life Saving World Championships

    Newport Harbor High senior Hayden Hemmens has been selected for the Rescue 2014 Life Saving World Championships, held in Montpellier and La Grande Motte, France beginning Tuesday. Hemmens is going as part of the United States Lifesaving Assn. Youth...
  • Taking the Kids -- when they aren't in school yet this fall

    Taking the Kids -- when they aren't in school yet this fall
    For once, be glad you're toting a stroller and safety seat. When everyone else has headed back to school, you can head off on vacation with your toddlers and preschoolers. Congratulate yourselves for avoiding the summer crowds and grabbing a great deal...
  • U.S. Open atmosphere strikes a chord with top players

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - When Serena Williams walks out for the U.S. Open final on Sunday, she will do so with her favorite music booming out in the background. The U.S. Open is the only one of the four grand slam events to play music consistently before and...
  • Mathews Market Days to serve up crafts, fun

    Mathews Market Days to serve up crafts, fun
    MATHEWS — Nearly 40 years ago, preparations were being made across the country to celebrate America's bicentennial in 1976, and Mathews County was no exception. Longtime resident Mildred Hudgins said she had just begun working at the county's...
  • Weekend Eat. Drink. Do.

    Weekend Eat. Drink. Do.
    EAT $4 Menu Chicago Q 1160 N. Dearborn St. 312-642-1160 The Gold Coast barbecue joint celebrates its fourth anniversary by serving four $4 dishes: summer corn and squash fritters, pork skewers with bourbon-peach barbecue sauce, braised pork belly...
  • Professor's quest reveals LBJ vendetta against George Hamilton

    PHILADELPHIA For a few months in 1966, the budding romance between film star George Hamilton and Lynda Bird Johnson, daughter of the 36th president, was the talk of Washington. Gossip columnists followed their every move as Hamilton squired her around...
  • Ex-Bethlehem YMCA landlord convicted of theft gets up to 8 years in prison

    Ex-Bethlehem YMCA landlord convicted of theft gets up to 8 years in prison
    In handing down a prison sentence of up to eight years Friday, a Northampton County judge berated a former Bethlehem YMCA landlord convicted of stealing nearly $95,000 from an agency that is a safety net for indigent people who have no place to live....
  • Man pleads guilty in attack on fan at O's game

    Man pleads guilty in attack on fan at O's game
    Michael David Bell, one of two men accused in an attack at Camden Yards that left a baseball spectator with a fractured skull, pleaded guilty to second-degree assault Wednesday, the Baltimore state's attorney's office said. A judge gave Bell a...
  • La Caņada History: Foothill Freeway bridge opens after delay caused by collapse

    La Cañada History: Foothill Freeway bridge opens after delay caused by collapse
    Ten Years Ago It was announced that October 2004 would be set aside for La Caņada Flintridge's first One City, One Book program, which has since become an annual tradition. The book selected for the first community read was John Steinbeck's "Travels...