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  • Eustis soldiers headed to Africa to assist in Ebola outbreak

    An undetermined number of soldiers from Fort Eustis will deploy to Africa as part of the Army's response in containing the Ebola outbreak, the Army reported Friday. It was not clear how many Eustis soldiers are involved. According to a news release,...
  • Islamic State beheads British hostage, names captured American as next

    WASHINGTON The Islamic State posted a video on Friday showing the beheading of a British aid worker in retaliation for Britain's decision to join the U.S.-backed air campaign against the Islamist extremist group in Iraq. Alan Henning, 47, a former taxi...
  • Pentagon opens second mobile laboratory in fight against Ebola

    Pentagon opens second mobile laboratory in fight against Ebola
    Moving to help check the Ebola epidemic in West Africa, the Pentagon on Friday opened its second mobile laboratory in Liberia, the country hit hardest by the deadly disease. Three weeks after President Obama announced that the Pentagon would help...
  • UMBC men's lacrosse coach Don Zimmerman's contract extended two years

    UMBC men's lacrosse coach Zimmerman's contract extended two years UMBC men's lacrosse coach Don Zimmerman has signed a two-year contract extension through the 2016 season, the school announced Wednesday. He will enter his 22nd season at UMBC in 2015, his...
  • Lauderhill commissioner faces three challengers

    Lauderhill commissioner faces three challengers
    An eight-year incumbent seeking a final term on the City Commission is being challenged by three newcomers intent on giving him an early exit. Commissioner Hayward Benson successfully pushed for the term limits in 2008 that allow him one more consecutive...
  • Tropical history revised: 23 more storms in 1931-1943

    Tropical history revised: 23 more storms in 1931-1943
    It was a most turbulent era. Not only did it cover the Great Depression and the early years of World War II – the 13-year-stretch from 1931 to 1943 experienced some of the most catastrophic hurricane seasons on record. After studying...
  • D-Day Hero's Sacrifice Remembered

    D-Day Hero's Sacrifice Remembered
       I wanted to acknowledge a great email I got the other day from Bob and Elle Conti of Bethlehem    They read my piece this summer on D-Day hero Technical Sgt. William R. Benn of Bethlehem Township, who is honored in the Sacrifice Gallery at the...
  • Three years of waiting ends in siblings' surprise reunion at Lake Worth school

    Three years of waiting ends in siblings' surprise reunion at Lake Worth school
    It wasn't hard to see how excited 13-year-old Kaylee Zajicek was during lunch Thursday: Standing on the opposite side of the cafeteria, the girl watched, eyes wide open, her hands covering her mouth, as her brother took the stage. The Woodlands Middle...
  • Louis S. Rizzo

    Louis S. Rizzo
    Louis S. Rizzo, a retired Domino Sugars supervisor and a World War II merchant mariner who was a longtime volunteer aboard the Liberty ship SS John W. Brown, died Monday at Gilchrist Center Howard County in Columbia of pulmonary fibrosis. The longtime...
  • U.S. commission approves Gehry's Eisenhower Memorial design

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - A federal planning commission in Washington on Thursday gave preliminary approval to a design for the Dwight D. Eisenhower Memorial by famed architect Frank Gehry, a project long criticized for its unconventional style and cost...
  • Lauderdale Lakes election could determine balance of power

    Lauderdale Lakes election could determine balance of power
    Voters will elect a new face to the commission Nov. 4, one that could determine the political leanings of the commission for the next two years. The six-member commission has split on a number of issues, leaving it to Mayor Barrington Russell — who...