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Gap International receives award for its website redesign Gap International's website redesign has been recognized by the Interactive Media Awards with a Best in Class award in the Professional Services category. This is the highest honor given by the...
Do not fear genetically modified crops Overheard from an Oregon legislator as he exited a committee meeting at the Capitol: "Are we regulating religion or agriculture?" That's a good question, and has probably crossed the minds of many legislators...
Tribune reportersA state inspector visiting south suburban Crestwood in 2007 had a question for one of its top water officials: How could the village have pumped out more water than it had claimed to purchase from nearby Alsip? Certified water operator Frank Scaccia...
UVA School of Medicine reports that a preliminary clinical trial of scalpel-free brain surgery that uses sound waves to treat essential tremor - a progressive neurological disease that affects millions -- has proved positive and will move on to large-...
The newest alderman on the Annapolis City Council will be downtown resident and activist Joe Budge. The Annapolis Democratic Central Committee selected Budge on Tuesday night to replace former Alderman Richard Israel, who resigned earlier this month....
Tags: Elections, Israel, Local Elections, Annapolis, Local Government
The Annapolis Democratic Central Committee will pick a replacement for former Alderman Richard E. Israel on Tuesday night. Three men have applied to replace Israel, who resigned from the City Council earlier this month because he is moving to an...
Tags: Israel, Annapolis, Local Government, Josh Cohen
WashingtonWashington, Conn., resident Kate DeWitte is on a mission to help other students cope with a loved one's diagnosis of Parkinson's disease. The 18-year-old senior at Shepaug Valley High School has spent the past few months educating other students and...
Stanley A. Dashew, an inventor and entrepreneur who helped revolutionize the credit card industry, died of natural causes Thursday in Los Angeles, according to a family spokesman. He was 96. Dashew held 40 patents in fields as diverse as credit card...
Herbert A. Davis, a Baltimore real estate broker and decorated World War II veteran, died Monday of progressive supranuclear palsy at Keswick Multi-Care Center. He was 87. "Herb was always very enthusiastic and just a great guy," said Dorothy F. "Patsy"...
Tags: Farms, Planned Parenthood, Hampden, Human Interest, Realty
LA CRESCENTA — Ryan Muir let out a yell for all of the athletes at the CV CAN Games to hear. Muir had just finished a throw in the shot put competition at the Special Olympics qualifying event and was as thrilled as any other athlete, no matter...
A 53-year-old Glendale man pleaded not guilty this week to charges that he pulled a man out of his wheelchair and stole it so he could use it as a prop for panhandling, police said. Prosecutors charged Phillip Papineau with felony grand theft and felony...
Tags: Crimes, Crime, Law and Justice, Theft, Trials
South Florida has one of the world's largest populations of Ashkenazis — Jews of Central and Eastern European descent — making it home to some potentially groundbreaking medical research. In Boca Raton, the Parkinson's Disease and Movement...
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