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RALEIGH, N.C. - After three years of experimenting with new ways to grow food, two 29-year-old Raleigh men are ready to launch the Farmery - a food production system made out of shipping containers that combines a farmers market and greenhouse. Benjamin...
It has been a decade since Elaine Bavusa, 56, felt well. The long-time Newport News Schools employee discovered in 2003 that she had Hepatitis B. She doesn't know when she contracted the virus, but it was likely years prior, and the damage to her liver...
Edwin P. Post II, a retired federal housing inspector and veteran of two wars, died Oct. 25 of complications from Alzheimer's disease at Sunrise Assisted-Living in Columbia. The former Mays Chapel resident was 89. The son of a Con-Ed lineman and a...
Tribune Media ServicesA Chicago hospital is taking a leading role in the nation's efforts to train more nurses and meet the growing demand for primary and preventative care. Rush University Medical Center is one of five hospitals nationwide recently chosen to take part in...
TALLAHASSEE -- The ACC on Monday announced that Florida State's Oct. 27 home game against Duke will have a 3:30 p.m. kickoff time and will be shown on ESPNU. The early afternoon kickoff will only be the second the Seminoles have had all season. On Sept....
Two American scientists won the Nobel Prize in chemistry for their work revealing protein receptors on the surface of cells that tell them what is going on in the human body. The achievements have allowed drug makers to develop medication with fewer side...
Claude E. (Spin) Duppstadt, 75, of Hubert, N.C., formerly of Stonycreek Township, died Sept. 9, 2012. in N.C. Born June 21, 1937, near Shanksville. Preceded in death by parents Elwood Sr. and Freda Mae (King) Duppstadt, sisters: Ellen Custer and Lois...
Tags: Friedens, Alzheimer's Disease
A man hiding from a burglar silently sends a text message about his emergency. A motorist quickly uploads a video of a serious car crash. A passerby's snapshot of an armed robber is quickly delivered to police on patrol. As wireless devices...
Karl Fleming, a former Newsweek reporter who helped draw national attention to the civil rights movement in the 1960s — and risked his life covering it with perceptive stories about its major figures and the inequalities that fueled it —...
Tags: Radio, Journalism, Vernon Jordan, NPR, Colleges and Universities
Indie folk, or chamber pop, or whatever it’s called when musicians sing together over an acoustic/electric mix of instruments (it used to be called “folk rock”), is full of recycled chord progressions and predictable vocal harmonies....
Louise K. Smith, a retired Harford County public school kindergarten educator and longtime volunteer, died Aug. 27 at her Havre de Grace home from complications of recent surgery. She was 84. A daughter of an artist and a homemaker, the former Louise...
COLLEGES Women’s volleyball Hampton at N.C. Central, 2 (on final day of N.C. Central tournament) Men’s soccer VCU Invitational (at Sports Backers Stadium in Richmond): Includes: William and Mary vs. VCU, 7:30 Women’s soccer Lady Vols...
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