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It is early dawn and no one in the household is awake. There is a loud pounding on the door and voices demand to be let in. The father goes to the door and government officials storm in and begin rummaging through the family's belongings, searching...
WASHINGTON — Can a public high school hold its graduation ceremony in a local church? The Supreme Court has been pondering that question in its private conference for six weeks, discussing whether to take up a Wisconsin case that could reset the...
In her dark-horse campaign to become Florida's next governor, former state Sen. Nan Rich likes to recall the stories of Democratic political legends Reubin Askew, Lawton Chiles and Bob Graham. Each was a little-known state senator when he launched his...
A decision by David B. Harding not to seek re-election after almost 24 years as district judge in Center Valley has led to a flood of candidates in the May primary. The seven hopefuls includes lawyers, a police chief, a police officer, a constable and an...
I am fairly indifferent to other people's business when it comes to personal things, leaving well enough alone and all, until others try to push their personal business in my face. Then it bothers me and I'm sure a number of Tribune readers as well!...
I was flipping through the TV channels Sunday afternoon and came upon a preacher I had seen before. It seems his message is always the same with a little different twist. He always preaches "seed money." His message is that if you would send him seed...
Tags: Religion and Belief
It's not often that a Christian minister agrees with the New Atheist movement, but the Rev. Michael Dowd believes it's possible when it comes to what he calls the "idolatry of the written word." A self-described "New Theist" — one who "value[s]...
There is no place for drugs in school, and Lake Highland Preparatory, as a private school, has every legal right to subject its students to random drug testing. Although courts have held that random drug testing in public schools violates the Fourth...
Brother Thomas Zoppo, president of Calvert Hall High School College has announced that Charles Stembler, Class of 1983, the school's current assistant principal for Student Affairs, has been appointed Calvert Hall's principal, effective July 1. Stembler...
A dull-pointed policy Sometimes a pencil is just a pencil. Except, apparently, when "zero tolerance" applies. Two 7-year-old boys at Driver Elementary School in Suffolk were suspended for two days this week because they pointed pencils at each other and...
Two private Jewish schools in Baltimore will close at the end of the school year after plans for a new, combined school failed to get off the ground. Boards of the Day School at Baltimore Hebrew, a kindergarten through eighth grade school, and The...
"Utterly amazed" is how W.W. Wickel would feel about his descendants still operating the family business he founded in Naperville in 1875, said his great-granddaughter Jean Anderson. "Humbled" is how Wickel's descendants, the Anderson family, feel about...
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