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  • Hagerstown man preserves great-grandfather's Civil War diaries, other items

    Hagerstown man preserves great-grandfather's Civil War diaries, other items
    Charles “Jim” Mobley Jr. considers himself to be fortunate that he has the opportunity to hold the long-barreled revolver once carried by his great-grandfather, who formed a group of Union fighters in Hagerstown as the country became embroiled in the Civil War.
  • Richard J. Guadagno, 38

    Richard J. Guadagno, 38
    Richard J. Guadagno, 38, dedicated his life to protecting the environment.  Growing up in Ewing, New Jersey, Rich came to love animals and the outdoors, leading him to a career as a biologist with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.  After graduating from...

    Jack V. Pandol dies at 87; pioneered produce importing

    Jack V. Pandol dies at 87; pioneered produce importing
    Jack V. Pandol, a leader of the California produce industry whose innovations included pioneering global partnerships that made fresh fruit available to North Americans year-round, has died. He was 87. Pandol, who had Alzheimer's disease, died...

    Jack Popejoy dies at 63; L.A. morning news anchor on KNX, KFWB

    Jack Popejoy dies at 63; L.A. morning news anchor on KNX, KFWB
    Jack Popejoy, a morning news anchor on KNX and KFWB who was a distinguished earthquake reporter for more than 25 years on Southern California radio, has died. He was 63. Popejoy, who last worked on the air less than two weeks ago, died Saturday of cancer...

    Obama says GOP accepts special-interest money while refusing to cooperate in government

    Obama says GOP accepts special-interest money while refusing to cooperate in government
    President Obama laid out a broad case Saturday for rejecting Republican candidates in the upcoming midterm elections, accusing his political opponents of cynically refusing to cooperate in difficult times while accepting help from secretive special-...