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  • Brass tacks: Tuba-licious event on tap

    Brass tacks: Tuba-licious event on tap
    If you have ever wondered "who plays a tuba?" — and who hasn't? — you will be able to find an answer, or hundreds of them, Saturday at the venerable and exquisite Palmer House Hilton, where some 400 tuba-playing people will gather with their...
  • St. Thomas Aquinas to decline national bowl game invite

    St. Thomas Aquinas to decline national bowl game invite
    ORLANDO -- When the inaugural high school State Champions Bowl Series officially extends it invitations on Tuesday, one of Florida's powerhouse football schools will be passed over — by choice. St. Thomas Aquinas, the state's No. 1-ranked team...
  • Michel du Cille dies at 58; photojournalist won Pulitzer three times

    Michel du Cille, a three-time Pulitzer Prize winner whose compassionate pictures captured the human cost of war, natural disasters, disease and broken government programs, died Thursday in Liberia while covering the Ebola epidemic for the Washington Post....
  • Local Army alums know all about 'living in enemy territory'

    Local Army alums know all about 'living in enemy territory'
    The 115th Army-Navy football game will be played just 25 miles from the United States Naval Academy on Saturday, so it's probably natural to view the game at M&T Bank Stadium as a home date for the Midshipmen, even though the Army has a very significant...
  • Prosecutors: Suspect in slaying of wife asked police to 'give him the death penalty right now'

    Prosecutors: Suspect in slaying of wife asked police to 'give him the death penalty right now'
    Cristian Loga-Negru was standing over his bloodied, dying wife when police finally caught up with him at a Super 8 motel in a small town just south of Milwaukee. Loga-Negru, 38, asked the officers if "they could give him the death penalty right now"...
  • Thomas Durkin, accountant with prominent sons, dies at 84

    Thomas Durkin, accountant with prominent sons, dies at 84
    Thomas Durkin spent 40 years working as an accountant, rising up to become the national managing partner of a large accounting firm. Five of his eight sons became attorneys, among them state Rep. Jim Durkin, R-Westchester, the House minority leader, and...
  • Gettysburg museum's contents go to auction

    Gettysburg museum's contents go to auction
    The Japanese sword captured on Guadalcanal during World War II went to a truck dealer living on a nearby farm. The Smith & Wesson .38 went to a campus policeman from York College. The Indian spear went to a retired Bethlehem Steel worker from Essex....
  • Longtime Apopka Mayor John Land's death: 'Like the loss of a president'

    Longtime Apopka Mayor John Land's death: 'Like the loss of a president'
    He was simply The Mayor. "He will always be The Mayor. There will be no other," Apopka Vice Mayor Bill Arrowsmith said Saturday after the death of former Apopka Mayor John Land, his friend and mentor who was thought to be the longest-serving full-time...
  • The Biblioracle: Make Congress read books

    The Biblioracle: Make Congress read books
    Sometimes, when I'm asked, "What's the last book you read?" I'll freeze up for a second because I'm not sure how to answer. Often, I'm reading several books at once, and it's not clear if I'm being asked about the last book I finished or what I'm...
  • Notes and notables

    A clutch shot The sickness typically starts with a scratchy, sore throat and a feeling of fatigue. After a few days, a fever follows, accompanied with severe and debilitating headaches, and the lethargy of prolonged illness. In extreme cases, the...
  • Newport News museum looks back at the Great War

    Newport News museum looks back at the Great War
    When the first guns of World War I opened fire in August 1914, few people in Hampton Roads foresaw how the battles in faraway Europe would lead to a hometown revolution. No place in the United States was so deeply and permanently reshaped by the...