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  • Arthur E. Dase, Chessie System supervisor

    Arthur E. Dase, Chessie System supervisor
    Arthur E. Dase, a retired Chessie System supervisor and longtime Greater Baltimore Medical Center volunteer, died May 19 of heart failure at his winter home in Seminole, Fla. He was 91. "I always thought that Arthur was devoted to two things: his...
  • Hurricanes rally on Monday to win Sunday night's game; force winner-take-all championship game

    Hurricanes rally on Monday to win Sunday night's game; force winner-take-all championship game
    All Miami’s bats needed to get going was a 14-hour break. In a game that started Sunday and was suspended overnight, Miami rallied Monday afternoon behind David Thompson’s RBI double in the 10th inning to beat Texas Tech 2-1 to force a...
  • The Cooking Channel's G. Garvin features South Florida restaurants

    The Cooking Channel's G. Garvin features South Florida restaurants
    Now in its third season, the Cooking Channel’s “Road Trip With G. Garvin” has taken its host from California to Connecticut in search of the country’s best Southern food. At 9 p.m. Wednesday, Garvin, a chef, visits three Miami-...
  • Titusville attorney suspended over failure to pay federal tax timely

    Titusville attorney suspended over failure to pay federal tax timely
    Titusville attorney Susan K.W. Erlenbach has been suspended by the Florida Supreme Court for one year, according to a news release from the Florida Bar. Erlenbach’s suspension, which begins June 2, was due to failure to file tax returns in a...
  • FLORIDA: Leyes más duras en choque-fuga desde julio, si Scott firma ley | VIDEO

    FLORIDA: Leyes más duras en choque-fuga desde julio, si Scott firma ley | VIDEO
    Para los conductores ebrios de Florida implicados en un accidente de tráfico grave, la tentación de huir en lugar de parar, prestar ayuda y esperar a que la policía llegue, pronto podría acabar. Un proyecto de ley, aprobado unánimemente por la...
  • Bryan Radziewski goes the distance, Miami staves off elimination

    Bryan Radziewski goes the distance, Miami staves off elimination
    CORAL GABLES Miami’s bats made their first appearance of the postseason and Bryan Radziewski kept Bethune-Cookman’s at bay, as top-seeded Miami fended off elimination and advanced to the championship round of the Coral Gables Regional with a...
  • After health scare, Miami's Jim Morris excited to return to postseason

    CORAL GABLES — When Miami baseball coach Jim Morris said that he was excited to be back in the NCAA Tournament at his Thursday afternoon press conference, he wasn’t paying lip service. While Morris’ teams have earned NCAA bids for...
  • Miami-Texas Tech to finish Monday

    Miami-Texas Tech to finish Monday
    After three rain delays at Mark Light Field, the NCAA has delayed the conclusion of Sunday night's Miami-Texas Tech game in the Coral Gables Regional until Monday.  The game will resume at 2 p.m. Monday in the top of the eighth inning with one out and...
  • Wobegon but not forgotten

    Wobegon but not forgotten
    Garrison Keillor's "Pontoon Boat," a short story in his new book, "The Keillor Reader," is a mash note to a fictional Minnesota hometown called Lake Wobegon, a place at which the host of "A Prairie Home Companion" has directed his homespun wit and...
  • Spend the day with Mom at a free attraction for Mother's Day

    Spend the day with Mom at a free attraction for Mother's Day
    I love coupons and everyone knows it. They're often left on my desk in the newsroom by anonymous benefactors, or tucked in my mailbox by neighbors and friends. One Sunday many Mays ago, I hit the mother lode when my youngest son, Ryan, 8 at the time,...
  • Huracanes, de dónde salen los nombres?

    Huracanes, de dónde salen los nombres?
    En septiembre de 1928 se desató uno de los huracanes más destructivos en la historia del Atlántico.     El monstruo rabioso de categoría 5 --con vientos destructores de más de 160 millas por hora-- mató a más de 4,078 personas, y causó más de $100...