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  • Season Preview 2014: Movies coming soon to Orlando

    Season Preview 2014: Movies coming soon to Orlando
    Tinseltown is up to its old tricks. In hopes of Oscar glory, Hollywood is saving some of its biggest movies for the year's final weeks. Yet these titles, stars and subjects do raise expectations that, after a disappointing summer, some memorable movies...
  • Please, no more español

    Learn the language of the country you are living, working and raising your family in: the USA. Several years ago, there was a big to-do about American workers being laid off because they did not speak Spanish, and were being replaced with Spanish-...
  • Former Orlando Boone kicker Austin Jones shines in debut for Temple

    Former Orlando Boone kicker Austin Jones shines in debut for Temple
    Former Orlando Boone kicker Austin Jones, who was named the starting kicker as a true freshman at Temple this past week, had quite a successful debut in the Owls 37-7 victory at Vanderbilt in Nashville on Thursday night. Jones, who was named one of...
  • Holocaust center planning move to Dania

    For almost 35 years, the Holocaust Documentation and Education Center has welcomed the history, artifacts and stories from survivors. Representatives have collected more than 2,500 personal interviews from those who witnessed the Holocaust, and it is...
  • Environmentalists ready to sue over Miami port's deep dredge

    MIAMI (Reuters) - Environmentalists said on Thursday they are prepared to sue the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers after researchers found dredging to deepen the port of Miami is burying coral and could destroy the surrounding marine ecosystem for years to...
  • NIH to launch Ebola vaccine trials in humans

    The National Institutes of Health has announced the first clinical trial of a vaccine to protect healthy people from infection by the Ebola virus, which is responsible for an estimated 1,550 deaths throughout West Africa.  NIH director Francis Collins...
  • New Manager Impressed With Rocky Hill's 'Sustainability'

    ROCKY HILL – The opportunity to lead a larger community, one with a vibrant economy, extensive recreational and human services and a demonstrated commitment to open space preservation were factors Guy Scaife says that led him to pursue the...
  • Dogs with a pit bull 'look' continue to get a bad rap

    Dogs with a pit bull 'look' continue to get a bad rap
    These questions don't directly relate to pet behavior or health, but instead are answers to questions regarding my opinions on timely pet-related topics. Q: You recently wrote about breed-specific bans and communities banning pit bulls. These dogs are...
  • Romney accuses Obama of slashing the military

    Romney accuses Obama of slashing the military
    Russia invades, China bullies, Iran spins centrifuges, the Islamic State (a terrorist threat "beyond anything that we've seen," according to the defense secretary ) threatens — and Washington slashes the military. Reason stares. Several...
  • Phillip Scozzola Jr.July 17, 1936 - August 17, 2014

    Phillip Scozzola Jr.<br/>July 17, 1936 - August 17, 2014
    Phillip Scozzola Jr., 78, died Sunday August 17th in Lake Havasu City Arizona due to complications from Lou Gehrig's Disease. He leaves his wife of 45 years, Marlene, son Scott and wife Heather, grandchildren Isabella and Jake, daughter Pilar Hemry, and...
  • Politics moved Nixon, but Fla. reaped environmental benefits

    Yes, yes, there were the high crimes and misdemeanors, the rampant paranoia, the bigotry, the dirty tricks, the questionable mental balance, and of course that break-in. And just in case anyone is inclined to forget any of these things, there are...