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Wilbur Littlefield dies at 90; trial lawyer spent four decades with L.A. County public defender's officeWilbur "Bill" Littlefield, a skillful trial lawyer who spent four decades with the Los Angeles County public defender's office, including 17 years as its chief, died Saturday in Van Nuys. He was 90. He had heart and kidney ailments, said granddaughter...
Vance Williams, age 72, of Petoskey, went onto be with his Lord and Savior on Sunday, Dec. 4, 2011. Vance was a former resident of Manton, Cheboygan, Lansing, and living his retirement years in Petoskey, Mich. Vance was born in Manton, Mich., to Chester...
email@example.comThe Maryland Symphony Orchestra enjoyed some new faces Sunday as it performed its third Masterworks concert of the season. “I just moved to Maryland,” said Ken Green as he surveyed the inside of The Maryland Theatre before the orchestra...
Travelers Championship leader Justin Rose, a loyal follower of his country's World Cup soccer fortunes, says he'll try to be restrained today when England plays Germany. — Justin Rose, a loyal follower of his country's World Cup soccer fortunes,...
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The Hartford CourantHOW IT GOT ITS NAME: Named for the parish of Danbury in Essex, England, by the Connecticut General Court after rejecting the proposed name of Swampfield, favored by early settlers. ORIGINS: Settled in 1684 when eight families from the Norwalk and...
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