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  • Governor's Cup: Defending champ clinches top spot for semifinals

    Governor's Cup: Defending champ clinches top spot for semifinals
    Thursday's final race of the 48th Governor's Cup pitted two past champions and proved to be especially crucial in the quarterfinals. The race between Royal Freshwater Bay Yacht Club (Sam Gilmour, 2013 Gov Cup champion) and San Diego (Nevin Snow, 2011)...
  • Traveling? Share your photo memories with the L.A. Times

    Traveling? Share your photo memories with the L.A. Times
    Times readers surely have been busy this summer, as their photos show. In June, we asked you to give us your best shot--of vacation photography, that is. And you've responded with great shots that could be used in our Sept. 21 print issue or online....
  • FWC identifies teen who drowned after boat capsized in Lake County

    FWC identifies teen who drowned after boat capsized in Lake County
    The 14-year-old boy who drowned Thursday night in Astor after the boat he and two other teenagers were on capsized was identified today as Nathaniel Ladesic, according to a Fish and Wildlife Commission official. The two older teenagers, who were not...
  • Grayslake eyes annexation for trucking facility

    Grayslake eyes annexation for trucking facility
    Plans for Grayslake to annex 35 acres for the construction of a 50,000-square-foot trucking facility could be discussed at the next Village Board Committee of the Whole meeting, said Mike Ellis, village manager. The facility, which would be located at...
  • Allan Sekula at Christopher Grimes Gallery

    Allan Sekula at Christopher Grimes Gallery
    Allan Sekula (1951-2013) spent more than a decade near the end of his life photographing “the floating world” — not the elaborate Japanese pleasure-zone made famous in Ukiyo-e printmaking but the more mundane, grimier reality of...
  • Lehigh Valley tugboat is linked to only WWI attack on U.S. soil

    It was July 21, 1918 and World War I was in its final year. The Perth Amboy, a tugboat owned by the Lehigh Coal & Navigation Co., and four barges were traveling off the coast of Cape Cod when a German submarine surfaced. The U-boat attacked the...
  • The Harbor Report: Spreading the word on sea conservation

    This week, I journeyed into the upper bay, known to most of us as the Back Bay, to visit with Michelle Clemente, our city's marine protection and education supervisor. Clemente's office is located in the Back Bay Science Center, sharing the same...
  • From the Boathouse: An exciting Flight by any name

    Ahoy and the Flight of the Lasers in Newport Harbor! While looking at my radar, I noticed a target that will be dead center on the screen this Sunday -- the 79th Annual Flight of the Lasers. The race is held in Newport Harbor, and old-timers will...
  • Italy says 19 boat migrants die, thousands rescued this week

    ROME (Reuters) - Nineteen people died trying to reach Italy on a boat packed with hundreds of migrants, probably poisoned by carbon monoxide fumes from its engines, said the Italian Navy on Saturday, which has rescued more than 4,000 migrants in the...
  • Day Trips from the Lehigh Valley

    DAY TRIPPIN' •New York City, holiday shopping & lights, Little Italy, Dec. 7. $60. Whitehall Coplay PTSA, Rhonda, 610-266-1995. •The Amish Experience, Lancaster, Kitchen Kettle Village, Amish farmland and homestead tour, dinner at Plain &...
  • Man recently convicted in 1994 murder 'didn't get away with it after all,' victim's friends say

    Man recently convicted in 1994 murder 'didn't get away with it after all,' victim's friends say
    In the weeks after Lynne Friend disappeared, those who loved the Hallandale Beach woman tried everything they could think of to find her. Fearing she had been murdered, they made scores of phone calls, passed out thousands of fliers bearing her...