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NEWPORT BEACH — Residents have griped to their City Council members recently about rehab homes popping up in their neighborhoods. Now it might be the council members' turn to complain about an undesirable land use on property they control: parking....
The Board of Directors of the American Soybean Association (ASA) has confirmed Alan Kemper from Lafayette, Ind., as President and Rob Joslin from Sidney, Ohio, as Chairman. Board members also elected Steve Wellman from Syracuse, Neb., to serve as First...
Tags: Athletes, Sports, Human Interest, Mark Jackson, Ron Moore
On the cusp of the recession, Joyce Miller left her job as vice president of a commercial construction firm to pursue her lifelong dream — owning a little diner where she cooked everything herself and knew all her customers by name. She and husband...
Tags: Social Issues, Potatoes, Theft, Crimes, Restaurants
The closing of a small business amid a stubborn recession is usually neither newsworthy nor cause for celebration. But Nellie's Café in Longwood – the life-long dream of Joyce and Jim Miller – was unlike most businesses from the outset, its...
Sentinel School Zone - Orlando SentinelThe Lake County teachers union just announced which candidates they want to win the three School Board seats up for grabs in Lake this fall. The union has been conducting candidate interviews and, today, teachers finished voting for who they want the...
COSTA MESA — Ed Fawcett started a golf tournament 14 years ago in hopes of raising money for the Costa Mesa Chamber of Commerce. The tournament has developed into a convention of sorts, one where, at least for a portion of the day, businesses...
Daily PressThe University of Richmond announced Tuesday that the contract of head football coach Mike London had been extended through the 2014 season. London, a 1983 Richmond graduate, led his alma mater to last year's Football Championship Subdivision national...
Sentinel School ZoneÂ» Orlando Sentinel â€“ Sentinel School ZoneTwo more people have entered the race to become School Board members in Lake County. As you know, three seats are up for grabs this year. James Smith, a Groveland city councilman, just threw his name into the ring. He's vying for the District 1 seat,...
Staff reporterBusiness is bad at Jim Miller Auto Repair in Dallas. It's down from 10 employees to 2 and from about 3000 dollars a day in sales to 300. Owner David Issa says, "It's the worst I've ever seen in the last 11 years since I've been here." Some of the...
previous episode | next episode | return to Supernatural episode guide The mystery A man drives into his garage. Suddenly, the garage door shuts, and his car doors lock. The engine spews exhaust. He tries to break out of the car, but he's overcome....
Tags: Television, Entertainment, Furniture, Death, Family
Roch Around the ClockI'm buried in work again today, the pile almost choking the air out of me, though I see a thin steam of light trying to break through the mass. Don't go toward the light, Roch. Don't do it...Anyway, a few quick......
WatchdogJoe Theismann has spent the past two years lamenting that he was bounced from the "Monday Night Football" booth for wanting to talk too much about football. So surely Joe has to be enjoying the fact that with Tony Kornheiser......
Tags: Football, Justice System, Judges, Jon Gruden, ESPN (tv network)
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