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  • YMCA offers suggestions for a fun, family-focused Thanksgiving

    Quick, what's the first memory that pops into your head when you think about last Thanksgiving? Food? Football? Probably not. With any luck, your first memory is one of a favorite friend or family member walking through the door, followed by the warmth of...
  • Glendale YMCA Quarterback Club: Crescenta Valley High's Jordan Lobianco shows off versatility

    Glendale YMCA Quarterback Club: Crescenta Valley High's Jordan Lobianco shows off versatility
    GLENDALE — The Glendale YMCA Quarterback Club, in its 72nd year, meets Tuesdays at the Elk's Lodge. The following are odds and ends from the ninth meeting of the year. AMAZING LOBIANCO CONTINUES STRONG RUN Crescenta Valley High football coach Paul...
  • Community: Kiwanis' new leader has building goals in mind

    Community: Kiwanis' new leader has building goals in mind
    It's been a swift climb up the leadership ladder for Diane Cripe, who was recently installed as president of the Burbank Noon Kiwanis Club. She's only been a member since 2010, having come to a meeting seeking a donation for Family Promise. She saw a...
  • Teach your little one to swim

    Teach your little one to swim
    What would summer be without days spent frolicking at the beach or afternoons spent splashing in the pool? Fun in the water makes hot days more enjoyable and bearable, and few summertime activities do not involve water play in one aspect or another....
  • Bulkeley High Mourns Student Who Was Stabbed To Death

    Bulkeley High Mourns Student Who Was Stabbed To Death
    HARTFORD — Bryan Salaman was the unofficial ambassador of Bulkeley High School, a chatty sophomore who was the first teenager on campus every morning and among the quickest to extend a hand to new students, educators said Monday. His greeting to...
  • $2.5 million bond for man charged in May fatal shooting

    $2.5 million bond for man charged in May fatal shooting
    A South Side man was ordered held on $2.5 million bail Saturday after being charged with first-degree murder in connection with a May shooting on the West Side in which a 46-year-old man was killed and a 17-year-old boy was wounded, authorities said....
  • Senior In-Home Health Care Agency: Daily Exercise Benefits Older Adults

    Autumn temperatures have fallen in Florida just enough to rekindle a new interest in taking on bike paths, jogging trails and swimming. You can sit on a park bench, close your eyes, and hear the unmistakable sidewalk pounding. As temperatures fall just...
  • Love Story: Rescuers Find Love Caring For Stranded Whale

    Love Story: Rescuers Find Love Caring For Stranded Whale
    Erika Stuebing was scheduled to put a deposit on a house in Atlanta when her boss told her she was flying to Alaska that afternoon to help rescue a day-old beluga whale that had beached itself. The senior biologist at the Georgia Aquarium landed in Seward...
  • Kids have a spirited time in Montrose

    Kids have a spirited time in Montrose
    Thousands of costumed trick-or-treaters were expected to descend on Honolulu Avenue in Montrose Halloween night for the annual Halloween Spooktacular. Hosted by the Montrose Shopping Park Assn, the decades-long event draws out trick-or-treaters and...
  • 'Gone With The Wind' details remain with us at History Center

    'Gone With The Wind' details remain with us at History Center
    You don't have to be a movie buff to enjoy — and even learn from — the "Gone With the Wind: Reel to Real" exhibit currently at the Orange County Regional History Center. The display puts visitors in two distinct mind-sets, one in the Civil...
  • Make public service mandatory? Front Burner

    Make public service mandatory? Front Burner
    Last year, Florida Rep. Jeb Harrison introduced H.R. 20, a bill that would require citizens between the ages of 18 and 26 to serve two years of active duty in the armed forces. They'd remain on reserve status until age 40. Harrison explained: "The...