| Sep 23, 2009
| 11:01 PM
Twenty-five years before James Robert Ward was accused of shooting and killing his wife in their Isleworth mansion, he pointed a gun at his girlfriend and then struck her with a bedpost inside his Atlanta condo, the former girlfriend told the Orlando...
| Sep 25, 2009
The financial meltdown of Isleworth murder suspect James Robert Ward continued Thursday when an Orlando judge approved the $2.7million sale of land that belonged to his bankrupt company.
Ward, 61, who is jailed without bail on a charge of shooting his...
| Sep 27, 2009
As divorce records go, the files on Bob and Janis Ward are fairly mundane.
They show two young people with relatively little property to complicate the proceedings. She got the Ethan Allen bookcase and the 1972 Toyota. He kept the house and most of the...
| Oct 6, 2009
Curtis Strange was saying how more than a few of the corporate outings, charity fundraisers and made-for-whatever events in which professional golfers participate don't exactly move the needle on the fun-o-meter.
Monday, however, was not one of those...
| Oct 10, 2009
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) — Riley Skinner threw for 360 yards and a career-high four touchdowns Saturday, shattering the Wake Forest record for yards passing in a career in a 42-32 victory over Maryland.
Chris Givens caught five passes for 116 yards...
| Apr 8, 2009
Art Wall Jr. drove down Magnolia Lane, turned onto Washington Road and headed north to Wilmington, N.C., after stunning Augusta National at the 1959 Masters.
Wall was alone in the car (his family took the train home the week before when son Greg...
| Apr 9, 2009
Michelle Stevens first noticed the red, blotchy patches on her toddler's feet after he started walking. Every time Noah walked outdoors in their grassy backyard, the blotches appeared.
Before long, the itchy patches — signs of eczema —...
| Dec 13, 2009
As the carefully constructed public image of Tiger Woods continues its excruciating free fall, one question is perplexing people who think there should have been hints of trouble: How was it possible for Woods, among the world's most scrutinized...
| Dec 18, 2009
| 8:43 PM
Tiger Woods is the six-time champion of the Arnold Palmer Invitational, and the tournament featured him on its Web site banner.
The Bay Hill tournament's recent site banner featured two images of Woods: one holding the tournament's trophy...
| Sep 14, 2010
| 12:08 PM
Greater Williamsburg offers a wide variety of golfing options, including courses designed by some of the top golf architects in the world. The roster of designers reads like a who’s who in the business world: Robert Trent and Rees Jones, Pete Dye, Ed...
| Nov 25, 2010
Celebrities are cashing in on their fame by designing clothes, concocting fragrances, writing books and creating fine art. For those shopping for the celebrity obsessed, it has never been easier.
Anderson's Bookshop in Downers Grove and Naperville...