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  • Sheridan Road in Highland Park marks 100th year

    Sheridan Road in Highland Park marks 100th year
    At 1 p.m. on Nov. 28, 1914, at the invitation of the Highland Park Business Men's Association, 115 motor vehicles drove single file north on Sheridan Road from the Congress Hotel to Forest Avenue in Highland Park. (The procession took several minor...
  • People on the Move

    People on the Move
    Hiring, promotions and recognition at South Florida employers. Cultural Palm Beach Dramaworks announces thatMark Perlberg and Lee Wolfhave been elected to its board of directors.In addition, former board membersShari Santell and Donald Silpeare now on...
  • Soldier from Eastern Shore killed in Kabul attack

    Soldier from Eastern Shore killed in Kabul attack
    A military policeman from the Eastern Shore was one of two U.S. troops killed in a bomb attack in Kabul Monday, the Pentagon said. Command Sgt. Maj. Wardell B. Turner, 48, of Nanticoke, was working as an advisor to a NATO mission training Afghan troops....
  • Humphreys selected to play in U.S. Army All-American Bowl

    Mater Dei senior linebacker Ben Humphreys, a Newport Beach resident, has been selected to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl football game at the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas, on Jan. 3. Humphreys, who's bound for Duke University, will play for...
  • Supercentenarian marks 110 years with an unbroken funny bone

    Supercentenarian marks 110 years with an unbroken funny bone
    Sally Mitchell is a supercentenarian. Her superpowers include the ability to remember when the modern zipper was introduced, when the Titanic sank and when the Lindbergh baby was kidnapped. The 110-year-old Irvine resident's eyes are sharp, as is her...
  • Troops returning from Ebola-stricken countries to be isolated

    Troops returning from Ebola-stricken countries to be isolated
    U.S. service members returning from deployments in Ebola-stricken countries will be placed under a 21-day quarantine, according to an order signed Wednesday by Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel. The order comes at the recommendation of the Joint Chiefs of...
  • A bittersweet Thanksgiving 6,500 miles apart

    A bittersweet Thanksgiving 6,500 miles apart
    The family will gather at Bill and Rose Stevens' two-story home in Perry Hall early Thursday afternoon, just as they've done every Thanksgiving for 25 years. Rose, a nurse, will do most of the cooking. Bill, a retired firefighter, will set up the buffet...
  • An epic stream of American war horses and mules flowed from World War I Newport News

    An epic stream of American war horses and mules flowed from World War I Newport News
    Two months after the United States entered World War I in April 1917, the Army selected its principal ports of embarkation for sending a massive expeditionary force to Europe. Writing in a June 20 memorandum to the chief of staff, Quartermaster Gen....
  • Inside The Lab: The Race To Create An Ebola Vaccine

    Inside The Lab: The Race To Create An Ebola Vaccine
    MERIDEN — Rick Chubet paces from machine to machine inside a clean, white lab at Protein Sciences. The vaccine scientist pulls up to a monitor displaying fresh results from a test. Two lines, one blue, one red, cut across a graph. He walks to...
  • Dredging Conowingo Dam won't save the bay

    Dredging Conowingo Dam won't save the bay
    In a world of competing policy priorities, there is one policy objective that seems to generate more agreement than any other — we must protect the Chesapeake Bay. To do so requires good science, and recently we acquired some. The U.S. Army...
  • Ruppersberger nearing end of 12-year run on House intel committee

    Ruppersberger nearing end of 12-year run on House intel committee
    When Rep. C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger joined the House committee that oversees the nation's intelligence agencies, Osama bin Laden was still alive, Edward Snowden was still in college and the government's response to the threat of cyber attacks was still...