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United Arts of Central Florida this morning unveiled its new power2give donation program that allows donors to support specific projects run by arts, science and history organizations. The program is website-based, at power2give.org, so donors can...
The Springs fire, which threatened Thousand Oaks last week, is over. Temperatures are down. We’ve had a sprinkling of rain. Roads are open. Destruction can be surveyed. Spirits need lifting. It’s time for Beethoven’s Ninth, the great...
Tags: Music, Entertainment, Arts and Culture, Culture
WASHINGTON -- American families reduced their debt load in the first three months of the year by 1%, bringing it down to pre-recession levels after an uptick in the last quarter of 2012, the Federal Reserve said Tuesday. Outstanding household debt,...
Pool memberships, theme park passes, museum tickets — keeping up with Hampton Roads' best attractions can get expensive. Here are some frugal ways to fill the days this summer. See a movie The Hampton family movie series has moved to Mill...
Tags: Mariners' Museum, African Cats (movie), Bowling, Music, Sports
The following items were taken from police reports: Wilmette On May 2 employees of the Wilmette Recreation Center contacted the police after two locks appeared to be tampered with, one needing to be cut off the locker. There were no reports of theft...
Ken Chiate is a born problem-solver, and in the summer of 1961, when he was on break from college, his problem was a head-turning blond named Jeannette. He was head lifeguard at a public pool in Phoenix, where his father owned a liquor store. She worked...
NEW YORK — As Bank of America Corp. pulls itself free from a swamp of mortgage liabilities, new troubles keep threatening to suck it back under. BofA agreed to settle a big insurer's claims over faulty mortgage bonds for $1.7 billion Monday. But...
CORAL GABLES — Former Miami basketball coach Frank Haith filed a petition in Miami-Dade federal court Monday alleging illegal access was given to his bank accounts during the NCAA's investigation into UM athletics. The 11-page document seeks...
Enhanced library resources, exercise mats, as well as funding for arts and college and career placement programs at six school districts throughout the Valley will benefit from $1,000 grants. The grants were presented to representatives of seven local...
BOYLE DISTRICT COURT Cases handled recently in Boyle District Court, listed by name, charge, fine and jail sentence, where applicable, include the following. Court costs also were assessed in most cases. Ages and addresses are listed if available. Judge...
BOYLE Deeds filed recently in the office of Boyle County Clerk Trille Bottom include: Robert and Cheryl Sinkhorn to Joseph E. and Jessica Conder, 12.446 acres in Boyle County, $140,000. PNC Bank National Association and Ella Mae Dexter, through J....
Tags: Shirley, Springs, Rentals, Bank of New York Company, Insurance
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