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Here is the Morning Mojo Report for Thursday, June 13: * As of 7:30 a.m., traffic was sluggish on I-270 southbound and I-495 in both directions, according to the Maryland Department of Transportation's interactive mapping page on its website, but was...
firstname.lastname@example.orgMost people knew Joan Brewer as “Grandma,” whether they were related to her or not. Family and home were her priorities. “Her caring extended beyond her family,” son Jim Acre of Smithsburg said. Joan was the third of six...
Officials are launching a marketing blitz around the nation’s capital aimed at advertising West Virginia’s Eastern Panhandle as business friendly. Posters highlighting advantages of doing business in the Eastern Panhandle will be featured...
Tags: Marketing, Washington, DC
email@example.comThe Maryland Transit Administration will revise proposed MARC Brunswick train line changes after getting plenty of feedback, an MTA official said Saturday. The planned changes included adding an early train out of Martinsburg, W.Va. The last train of...
firstname.lastname@example.orgIt's been 10 years, but Tri-State area residents asked to recall when and where they learned of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks could easily return to those moments in their minds. Lori Smith of Waynesboro, Pa., remembers her father calling her...
The Hartford CourantLess than three weeks after a fast-moving Metro-North train struck and killed a track worker near West Haven, federal investigators on Monday issued an "urgent safety recommendation" saying the railroad should act quickly and start using a basic safety...
Joseph "Joe" Giulietti serves as the Executive Director of the South Florida Regional Transportation Authority (SFRTA), and as such leads the only commuter rail system in the State of Florida, Tri-Rail. He has spent more than 40 years in the...
Want to know which celebrities are coming to Chicago? Here's a list of upcoming appearances -- from concerts and book signings to charity events and red carpets -- in and around the city. And if you know about an appearance that isn't listed below,...
Tamisha Augustin, a Bethel High graduate, was named an assistant coach for the VCU Rams' women's basketball team. She will serve on the staff of Marlene Stollings. "She is a proven recruiter who is known for attracting top talent in our region," Stollings...
Dr. Phillips has two open head-coaching positions after filling a vacancy this week. Girls volleyball coach Lindsey Carter, softball coach Ralph King and boys lacrosse coach Matt Provencher all stepped down, although Provencher’s vacancy has...
Friday: Cubs President Theo Epstein, baseball writer Peter Gammons and Cubs broadcaster Len Kasper will headline the 2nd Hot Stove Cool Music Chicago benefit at 7 p.m. at Metro. Tickets are $50 at metrochicago.com. June 24-28: Registration is open for...
A massive security plate lying in pieces on Val Chu's desk testifies to how bold and expert Central Florida's scrap-metal thieves can be. Until last week, it was one of two plates that covered fist-sized padlocks protecting at least $30,000 worth of...
Tags: Cocaine, Interstate 4, Theft, Criminals, Osceola County
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