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St. George

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  • Naperville woman dies in crash

    Naperville woman dies in crash
    A Naperville woman was killed this afternoon when the car she was riding in struck a tree, according to police. Two women were traveling southbound on Royal St. George Drive in a 2003 Dodge Neon about 12:11 p.m. when the vehicle crossed Briergate Drive...
  • Parking Ticket Trap On Staten Island

    Parking Ticket Trap On Staten Island
    Some drivers on Staten Island say there are being taken for a ride at the St. George's Ferry Terminal -- but not the kind they showed up there for. Staten Island residents say the Department of Transportation is pouncing on their parked cars after the...
  • Let's Go To The Hop Fashion Show

    Let's Go To The Hop Fashion Show
    "Let's go to the hop" is the theme of Munster- Highland Tri-Kappa's annual fashion show to be held at the Halls of St. George in Schererville, IN in March 5 (doors open 5:30 pm.). Tickets are $35 each and include dinner, champagne, fashion show, vendor...
  • La Bodega tasting on Jan. 27 will take place at St. George Brewery

    La Bodega travels to theSt. GeorgeBrewery in Hampton on Friday, Jan. 27, for this month’s dinner and beer tasting. The evening begins at 7 p.m. when master brewer Andy Rathmann will share several brews from the St. George, Old Richmond and...
  • Sally B. Willse, businesswoman

    Sally B. Willse, businesswoman
    Sally B. Willse, former treasurer of a Riderwood interior decorating firm and a volunteer, died Dec. 24 of complications from dementia at the Symphony Manor assisted-living facility in Roland Park. The longtime Ruxton resident was 89. The daughter of...
  • 20,000 Without Power In New Jersey: PSE&G

    20,000 Without Power In New Jersey: PSE&G
    Soaring temperatures in the Tri-State area sent the use of electricity skyrocketing Friday, ultimately causing a number of power outages throughout the area. According to PSE&G officials, about 20,000 customers statewide are in the dark as of 9 p.m....
  • Facility Supervisor Charged In Strangulation Death Of Patient With Autism

    Facility Supervisor Charged In Strangulation Death Of Patient With Autism
    The parents of Jawara Henry, 27, tearfully praised the Richmond County District Attorney's office for bringing charges against Erik Stanley, 37, of Middletown, N.J in Henry's death last year. The family also announced plans to file a civil lawsuit against...
  • Family of Still Missing Yosemite Hiker React to Friend's Body Found

    Family of Still Missing Yosemite Hiker React to Friend's Body Found
    After weeks of waiting and wondering family members are starting to realize the gravity of that deadly accident on Yosemite's Vernal Waterfall. The body of Hormiz David was found in the Merced River Friday morning; 17 days after he died trying to...
  • Katherine (Kay) Schad

    Katherine (Kay) Schad Kay was born in Baltimore, Maryland on June 30, 1937, and  passed on in to God’s hands on Feb. 10, 2012 following a 32 year battle with breast cancer. A 1955 Hoover graduate in Glendale and two years at a community college,...
  • Datebook

    Sunday, March 4 Child fair "Children on Board," Howard County's annual preschool/child care information fair sponsored by the Office of Children's Services, will be held from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Ten Oaks Ballroom, 5000 Signal Bell Lane in Clarksville....
  • The Crowd: A 'masterpiece' in the making

    The power of a few passionate people with a singular purpose remains a constant reminder that men can move mountains when so motivated. Sometimes it does not take a village, but rather the leadership of some enlightened citizens intent on making a...