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  • Pet cemetery lets best friends stay together after death

    Pet cemetery lets best friends stay together after death
    Rhona Levy gazed into the small oak casket and stroked the soft hair lying on the white satin pillow. "I will always be with you," she said, leaning down to kiss the tiny forehead. Then Levy removed a pendant from her neck and clasped it around the...
  • Federal magistrate judge set to retire from the bench

    One of Norfolk's longtime federal judges has announced his retirement, saying he will step aside next summer after nearly 28 years on the bench. U.S. Magistrate Judge Tommy E. Miller, who began the job in September 1987, will retire on Aug. 31. "I'm...
  • Dedicated Veteran Inspired Wife To Start Military Support Group Enfield Hooah

    Terrill Gates, whose lengthy military service inspired the military support group Enfield Hooah, died Oct. 25. He was 49. Gates, of Enfield, enlisted in the U.S. Army when he was 17, following in the footsteps of his father who served during the Korean...
  • Shoeshine man with bounce in his step gains a foothold at Union Station

    Shoeshine man with bounce in his step gains a foothold at Union Station
    Marco Ramirez could not be more proud of his new shoeshine stand at Union Station. It was specially built out of wood to echo the waiting room's Art Deco armchairs. The brass footrests gleam. Ramirez beams. He stretches his arms wide. With these...
  • Teen's curiosity unlocks WWII history

    Teen's curiosity unlocks WWII history
    NEWPORT NEWS — Ray Link said his father never really talked about his service during World War II until recently. "Daddy didn't tell us much," he said. "It takes somebody, something finally to get it out." That someone was 15-year-old Mitchell...
  • Coon Leaving Glastonbury Town Council

    Coon Leaving Glastonbury Town Council
    GLASTONBURY — During his 14 years of public service, Councilman Timothy P. Coon only knew one way to serve. "I put my heart into this town," Coon said Monday. "And I wanted to do the job right by putting the time into it that it required." But...
  • Dr. Thomas Murphy, Vietnam veteran and cardiac surgeon, dies

     Dr. Thomas Murphy, Vietnam veteran and cardiac surgeon, dies
    After serving as an Army surgeon in Vietnam at the height of the war, Dr. Thomas E. Murphy joined the medical staff at St. Francis Hospital in Evanston in 1970 and through the years worked to make the cardiac department one of the best equipped and...
  • 'Wreaths Across America' Ceremony Is Planned In New Britain

    'Wreaths Across America' Ceremony Is Planned In New Britain
    NEW BRITAIN - Fairview Cemetery will be the scene of a military memorial ceremony on Dec. 13, with more than 1,300 holiday wreaths to be placed on veterans’ grave sites. The ceremony is party of national Wreaths Across America Day. More than 900...
  • 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....