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  • Murder Charges in Crash Sparked by Facebook Feud

    Murder Charges in Crash Sparked by Facebook Feud
    PONTIAC, Mich. -- A Facebook feud between two women who claimed to love the same prison inmate led to a high-speed chase and a crash that critically injured one of the rivals, killed her friend and left the second rival facing murder charges. Torrie...
  • October Community Events

    Interlochen Performing&Vis. Arts College Fair date: Sunday, October 10, 2010 location: Interlochen Center for the Arts phone: 703/836-2222 cost: FREE! The Performing and Visual Arts (PVA) College Fairs are designed for students interested in pursuing...
  • Five reasons to play outside in Howard County this fall

    Five reasons to play outside in Howard County this fall
    Stop. Unplug. Go outside. A welcome escape from our increasingly digital world is just that easy. Reconnecting with nature could mean sinking your fingers into the soil, going “off the grid” deep in the forest or galaxy-gazing. All this...
  • Annual Manual Listings: Live Theatre

    Note: Due to space limitations, only the major theaters and companies in the Advocate’s coverage area are mentioned here. Throughout the year, the Advocate regularly lists theaters from all around the state. Alliance Theater, 203-435-4651,...
  • Annual Manual Listings: Parks & Beaches

    Bauer Park, Copse Rd., Madison, 203-318-8651. Once a working farm, now a 65-acre nature preserve. Hiking trails, community gardens, star-gazing platform. Beaver Ponds Park, Between Sherman Pkwy. and Crescent St., 203-946-8027. 63 acres of natural areas...
  • West Nile case prompts spraying in Arundel, Baltimore counties

    A case of West Nile fever in the Pasadena area of Anne Arundel County has prompted the Maryland Department of Agriculture to begin spraying in the neighborhood beginning next week. The work, done in cooperation with the county and cooperating...
  • Actress dreams of Rome — and eating at Sonic

    Actress dreams of Rome — and eating at Sonic
    There is no doubt that Kristin Chenoweth works hard at her career. But the 4-foot-11-inch actress and singer makes it all seem effortless. She originated the role of Glinda in the musical "Wicked," won an Emmy for her work on "Pushing Daisies" and...
  • Information for helping Marietta flood victims

    Information for helping Marietta flood victims
    The Marietta Pioneer Fire Company has received an amazing amount of phone calls, asking what can be done to help the residents of Marietta Borough that were affecting by the flooding. Marietta Pioneer Fire Company is organizing the relief effort for the...
  • Final Quarter Scores: September 30

    Final Quarter Scores: September 30
    This was our final week in September for this season of high school football. Many fans and sports journalists in the area agree: The weather was perfect for football.   Encina – 8 Rio Vista – 64   Delta – 28 Foresthill...
  • Deputies Name Suspect in Deadly Stabbing

    Sheriff’s Detectives want to talk to a 27-year-old in connection with a deadly stabbing. Stanislaus  Sheriff’s Deputies were called to a home in Waterford Sunday night for a fight. They found 23-year-old James Mandall with multiple stab...
  • Heavy Lobbying Keeps Red Light Cameras On Track

    Heavy Lobbying Keeps Red Light Cameras On Track
    Up to now, the Connecticut General Assembly has never approved any of the bills offered in recent years that would enable cities and towns to install cameras at red lights and collect fines by mailing tickets to violators. But this year's bill —...