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Manhattan (New York City)

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  • Feds Seeking To Pay Connecticut Nuclear Workers

    Federal officials sought Thursday to connect former nuclear workers in the state with compensation that lawmakers approved for them a decade and a half ago. At a hotel in Cromwell, U.S. Department of Labor officials held an information session about...
  • For Kings players, South Bay is spot for true hometown celebration

    For Kings players, South Bay is spot for true hometown celebration
    In some ways, the Kings' Stanley Cup celebration Wednesday was the real hometown party. It was a beachfront victory lap in the South Bay, home to the Kings' training facility and all but one of the players. Team members have been known to hold...
  • Plans for residence in Plainfield Township hit snag over zoning

    Plans for residence in Plainfield Township hit snag over zoning
    Plainfield Township Highway Commissioner Sam Reichert needs some help from county officials so he can live in an industrially zoned area. Reichert plans to finish off a residence on a 2-acre parcel he owns in Plainfield Township off 143rd Street. With...
  • Rob Zombie Lists Bucolic Connecticut Country Spread

    SELLER: Rob Zombie LOCATION: Woodbury, Conn. PRICE: $2,285,000 SIZE: 4,693 square feet, 4 bedrooms, 4.5 bathrooms YOUR MAMA'S NOTES: It seems old school shock rocker turned low budget horror filmmaker Rob Zombie and his wife -- veteran video vixen, part-...
  • Review: 'His Ownself' by Dan Jenkins

    Review: 'His Ownself' by Dan Jenkins
    Dan Jenkins may not be the greatest sportswriter of the 20th Century but he is indisputably in the same ballpark with such people as Grantland Rice, Ring Lardner, Red Smith, Jim Murray, Frank Deford and Gary Smith. There are others, of course, some of...
  • Rupert Grint of 'Harry Potter' fame to debut on Broadway

    Rupert Grint of 'Harry Potter' fame to debut on Broadway
    Rupert Grint, who played aspiring wizard Ron Weasley in the "Harry Potter" movies, will be following his on-screen pal Daniel Radcliffe to Broadway in a revival of the Terrence McNally drama "It's Only a Play," scheduled to open Oct. 9 in New York....
  • L.A. Kings really come home with South Bay victory parade

    L.A. Kings really come home with South Bay victory parade
    Two days after a blowout party in downtown Los Angeles, the L.A. Kings will make a triumphant return to their actual home Wednesday, with a four-mile Stanley Cup parade through the South Bay. The beach cities there are home to die-hard Kings fans...
  • Despite recent sightings, shark attacks uncommon in U.S., California

    Despite recent sightings, shark attacks uncommon in U.S., California
    It's probably safe to go back in the water. Despite a recent string of shark sightings off Manhattan Beach, including one that ended with a swimmer being hospitalized after he was bitten near the pier Saturday morning, reports of shark attacks are...
  • Shark attack stirs Manhattan Beach holiday weekend crowd

    Shark attack stirs Manhattan Beach holiday weekend crowd
    Lance Nelson spent Saturday morning surfing the choppy waves south of Manhattan Beach Pier, just like he has most days this summer. More umbrellas than usual dotted the shoreline, signs of the Fourth of July holiday weekend crowd. Other than that, the...
  • Shark attacks swimmer near Manhattan Beach Pier

    Shark attacks swimmer near Manhattan Beach Pier
    A seven-foot shark attacked a swimmer near the Manhattan Beach Pier on Saturday morning, witnesses and police said. The shark bit the swimmer, who was training near the pier, at about 9:30 a.m., according to the Los Angeles County Fire Department's...
  • Verdugo Views: Tiny stone house played a big part in CV history

    Verdugo Views: Tiny stone house played a big part in CV history
    Italian immigrants Tommaso and Josephine Bonetto bought acreage in the still-wide-open Crescenta Valley in 1905 and with their two small sons, Bart and Tom, moved into a tiny one-room, stone house already on the property. The origin of the stone house is...