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  • South River Spanish teacher wins state foreign language honor

    South River Spanish teacher wins state foreign language honor
    The creators of the language-learning software Rosetta Stone have made it simple to grasp the complexities of Spanish. But can they back it up and Dougie? "Usted and ustedes if you're talking to a group. Start with the 'yo' form and throw it for a loop!"...
  • Spec. Irina Shields graduates from basic combat training

    Army National Guard Spec. Irina Shields graduated from basic combat training at Fort Sill, in Lawton, Okla., as an honor graduate and received a letter of commendation. She is the daughter of Konstantin Stepanov, of Laurel. Her husband, Mark Shields,...
  • Army National Guard Celebrates Its 375th Birthday

    Army National Guard Celebrates Its 375th Birthday
    Today, December 13th is the 375th Birthday of the Army National Guard and Major General Patrick Murphy, the Adjutant General of New York, stopped by to discuss what it started as, how it's changed over the years, where it is today, the duties of the...
  • Team wins SCMAF consolation title

    Bits and pieces from the local sports scene. Burbank football team comes back in tournament: Despite dropping its first game in the Southern California Municipal Athletic Federation flag football championship, the Burbank Fighting Irish battled back....
  • Sean Walsh dies at 21; California Army National Guard specialist from San Jose

    Sean Walsh dies at 21; California Army National Guard specialist from San Jose
    When Sean Walsh was 8 or 9 years old, his mother recalled, he'd knock on a friend's door in his San Jose neighborhood, and if the boy wasn't home, he'd ask for his sister. If she wasn't there, he would settle for whoever was home. "So what are you doing?...
  • Waterford Soldier Dies In Afghanistan

    Waterford Soldier Dies In Afghanistan
    WATERFORD — — Ari R. Cullers, a 28-year-old soldier from Waterford, has died while serving in Afghanistan. The 2001 Waterford High School graduate was a sergeant with the 10th Mountain Division from Fort Drum, N.Y. Tuesday, Gov. Dannel P....
  • Maryland National guardsman killed in Afghanistan

    Maryland National guardsman killed in Afghanistan
    Maj. Robert Marchanti of the Maryland Army National Guard was killed Friday night in Afghanistan, his family said Sunday. Marchanti, 48, a Baltimore County teacher, was on his first one-year tour in Afghanistan and was scheduled to return in September,...
  • NYPD Sergeant's Wife Busted In Jersey Shore Oxycontin Ring: Cops

    NYPD Sergeant's Wife Busted In Jersey Shore Oxycontin Ring: Cops
    A young Staten Island mom married to an NYPD sergeant is accused of operating a prescription drug ring that was selling thousands of pills on the Jersey shore, the beach town that garnered international fame thanks to the hard-partying cast of MTV's...
  • Celebrating the land of the free

    Celebrating the land of the free
    The La Crescenta Fireworks Assn. hosted their fifth annual fireworks show on Monday at La Crescenta Elementary School. Jean Maluccio, the secretary for the association, said that up to 5,000 people were expected to attend. Food trucks sold tacos,...
  • Unemployed veterans: Home, but feeling forgotten

    Unemployed veterans: Home, but feeling forgotten
    It was in early September 2010, and I was serving in Afghanistan, helping to plan our mission to support that country's parliamentary elections. Offhandedly, a colleague asked whether I was going to return to my civilian job when I returned home. I...
  • Grenade simulator detonates in home

    A 20-year-old man blew off a finger tip and nearly lost his thumb Sunday when he set off a grenade simulator inside a house in Glendale, police said. In addition to the damage to his fingers, Roberto Jusay of Los Angeles suffered severe burns on his...