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  • Armand Grossman files to run for City Council

    Armand Grossman files to run for City Council
    Well-known and visible in the community, Armand Grossman has filed to run for Boca Raton City Council, going after Deputy Mayor Constance Scott's seat since she is term limited and can't run again. The Municipal Election is March 10, but Grossman...
  • Man at center of Stolen Valor case once impersonated dead cop

    A Philadelphia man apparently likes dressing up in uniforms. Last week, he was wearing Army fatigues at the Oxford Valley Mall in Middletown when he was confronted by an Army veteran who suspected that the man never served in the military. The veteran...
  • Timber Creek player wins spot on film crew of Army All-America bowl

    Timber Creek player wins spot on film crew of Army All-America bowl
    Timber Creek offensive lineman  Ryan Urquart missed his entire senior year after herniating a disk during the preseason.  He turned 10 games on the sideline into a video project that won him a spot on the film crew for the U.S. Army All-America bowl...
  • Defense Bill Has Billions For Subs, Planes, Copters Made In Connecticut

    Defense Bill Has Billions For Subs, Planes, Copters Made In Connecticut
    WASHINGTON — The massive defense authorization bill that's making its way through Congress is an early Christmas present for Connecticut's defense contractors, containing billions of dollars for submarines, helicopters and other weaponry made by...
  • Boca resident to receive highest civilian honor Congress bestows

    Boca resident to receive highest civilian honor Congress bestows
    A city resident will be among the 40 founding members of the Civil Air Patrol who will receive the Congressional Gold Medal this week — the highest honor Congress bestows on civilians. After Wednesday's ceremony in Washington, D.C., the name of...
  • Bucks County lawmaker: Restrict access to military combat honors

    Bucks County lawmaker: Restrict access to military combat honors
    The story of a Philadelphia man pretending to be a highly decorated Army Ranger is a familiar one to Anthony Anderson. The South Carolina Army veteran runs Guardians of Valor, a group dedicated to exposing individuals who falsely claim military service...
  • Dec. 10 Letters: CIA report, climate change

    I find the decision by Sen. Diane Feinstein to release classified documents on what the CIA did after 9/11 to be unconscionable. Enhanced interrogation methods were used to gain information. And apparently this effort did not get any significant results....
  • Police help out scam victim

    When a Glendale grandfather and U.S. Army veteran reported being scammed by a police impersonator, Glendale Police Officer Selene Corrales felt compelled to help. The man, identified by police as Billy, had gotten a call recently saying that there was...
  • 818 Roundup: Glendale council approves mixed-use project; Police help phone scam victim

    818 Roundup: Glendale council approves mixed-use project; Police help phone scam victim
    Greetings, readers! Today is Wednesday, Dec. 10, 2014. Temperatures for today are expected to reach a high of 75 degrees and a low of 53 degrees. Your headlines for the day: - A proposed 180-unit, mixed-use development that would overtake a lot...
  • Navy releases updated hair styles for women

    Navy releases updated hair styles for women
    The Navy released its updated hairstyle regulations for female sailors earlier this week in its All Hands magazine. It took nearly a year to come up with the new policy that allows a broader range of acceptable hairstyles, which the magazine article...
  • Giant horse pens in Newport News served World War I doughboys

     Giant horse pens in Newport News served World War I doughboys
    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....