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  • Peter F. Edge, undercover state trooper

    Peter F. Edge, undercover state trooper
    Peter F. Edge, a Maryland state trooper who worked undercover and was known for his unconventional behavior, outrageous sense of humor and penchant for disguises that drew in miscreants, died Saturday at his home in Columbia of congestive heart failure....
  • Weekend preview: All the cool bands are here!

    Weekend preview: All the cool bands are here!
    The only thing lacking in the rich parade of live music that will roll across multiple outdoor stages in South Florida this weekend is the catchy, T-shirt-ready name that would put it in the conversation with well-known festivals from Austin to Los...
  • Ultimate Prom Experience a dream come true for 2 students

    When she stepped into the shop and spotted the racks of dazzling dresses, Ruby Smith couldn't help herself. "I feel like a Kardashian!" But there are no Hollywood celebrities here today. Ruby and Michaela McCulley are at RaeLynn's Boutique in Greenwood,...
  • Officer to make cybercrimes presentation Tuesday

    Officer to make cybercrimes presentation Tuesday
    Every parent who isn't aware of what our children are hearing and seeing on their technology devices should take the time to be at Thomas Jefferson Middle School cafeteria at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday. St. Joseph County Sheriff's officer Eric Tamashasky, will...
  • Waubonsie Valley finds the 'way' with trip to Tennessee

    Waubonsie Valley finds the 'way' with trip to Tennessee
    Soccer coaches often mention the importance of movement without the ball. If that is the case, Waubonsie Valley's 4-0-1 start can be traced to Tennessee. Every season, the Warriors take a team trip that doesn't involve touching a soccer ball even once....
  • Oak Park boy with leukemia to lead La Grange Pet Parade

    Oak Park boy with leukemia to lead La Grange Pet Parade
    An Oak Park third-grader with a love of puppies and parades has been named the 2015 junior grand marshal of the La Grange Pet Parade. The honor is also a wish come true for 9-year-old Paul Nelson, who has Down syndrome and is completing the final rounds...
  • East Hartford Moose Lodge celebrates 100 years

    East Hartford's Moose Lodge has done a lot to be proud of in its first 100 years. During the weekend of March 27-29, the fraternal organization - part of Moose International - celebrated 100 years of giving back to the Greater Hartford community with a...
  • Woycik: Kindness from kids can be touching

    So many times young kids can bring tears to my eyes — not because they are doing something naughty but because they're doing something nice (and often unexpected). This past week, I had two wet-eyed happenings. On Monday, as I was getting out of my...
  • Best Buddies helps place intellectually disabled people into competitive jobs

    Best Buddies helps place intellectually disabled people into competitive jobs
    Seyfarth Shaw, one of the city's largest law firms, occupies nine floors of a skyscraper at 131 S. Dearborn St. Shalonda Sanders is responsible for picking up and delivering packages on each of them, plus keeping certain areas clean. It is a job she...
  • On the Town: St. Patrick's Day is tops for local Civitans

    On the Town: St. Patrick's Day is tops for local Civitans
    Members of the Burbank Civitan Club once again took to the wearin’ o’ the green as they welcomed guests and local dignitaries to their annual St. Patrick's Day Champagne brunch in the Rose Garden Room at the Pickwick Gardens Banquet Center...
  • West County: Scouts use cookie profits to warm up families at Ronald McDonald House

    West County: Scouts use cookie profits to warm up families at Ronald McDonald House
    Have you ever wondered where the money raised through the sale of Girl Scout cookies goes? The Girl Scouts of Severn's Junior Troop 4239 used their profits to purchase material for hand-made blankets they donated to the Ronald McDonald House in Baltimore....