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  • Matthew Pliszka, Pro Baseball Player, Active In Local Sports, Dies At 86

    Matthew Pliszka, a former minor league baseball player and member of the Enfield Athletic Hall of Fame, died July 21. He was 86.
  • Alabama woman pleads guilty over leaving baby in hot car: report

    (Reuters) - An Alabama woman pleaded guilty on Wednesday to criminally negligent homicide for leaving her 4-month old son in a hot car in 2013, according to local media reports. Katherine Papke, a U.S. Army sergeant first class, was charged last year...

    Mary Louise Dorsey: Literary passion built business from pleasure

    Mary Louise Dorsey: Literary passion built business from pleasure
    Like many readers, Mary Louise Dorsey enjoyed few things more than slipping away from daily cares into the plot of a romance novel. Unlike others, Dorsey transformed her literary passions into a successful business. For 22 years, she was the owner of...

    Suspect in Pennsylvania police attacks may think he's European soldier

    Suspect in Pennsylvania police attacks may think he's European soldier
    The Pennsylvania man accused of gunning down a state trooper in an ambush last week might believe he is an Eastern European soldier and has a grudge against law enforcement that goes back nearly eight years, police said on Wednesday. Eric Matthew Frein,...

    Air strikes not enough to destroy Islamic State: U.S. general

    WIESBADEN Germany (Reuters) - Air strikes alone will not be enough to destroy Islamic State fighters in Iraq and Syria, and Baghdad will need training to rebuild ground forces capable of "going after them and rooting them out," the U.S. Army Chief of...