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Crime and Safety - Sun-SentinelOh, to eavesdrop on the shop talk! More than 100 guests are expected for a Sunday luncheon to fete Dr. Joshua Perper,??outgoing chief medical examiner for Broward County. Last month, Perper, 78, announced he would leave his job Oct. 30??after Gov. Rick...
The TV ZoneLiving in different bedrooms? Or was Jon in the dog house? Yes, sports fans - that's the immediate and visceral question to a one-line bulletin from the Associated Press, sent out a half hour ago or so. [And if......
The SwampBy David Nitkin Sen. Benjamin L. Cardin and Rep. Chris Van Hollen announced their support for Barack Obama today. The Maryland Democrats joined the wave of uncommitted superdelegates who are striving to patch over rifts exposed during the primaries and......
Tags: Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, Politics, Maryland, Elections
Q: The way PennDOT has the barricades, stop signs etc. set up for their construction activities at the Route 22/309 interchange creates a very dangerous situation. Drivers trying to enter 22 have a tendency to pull partially into the right-hand traffic...
Q: The planned Turnpike car-charging stations you wrote about some time ago raise a few questions. How much will the Turnpike Commission be charging car owners to 'charge up' their plug-in hybrid or electric cars? Are there reliable studies showing that a...
Applewood Drive rises from Haasadahl Road in South Whitehall Township in a steep climb, and at the top of the hill, there is a reward for the eyes. There are rows of enough lovely apple trees to make John Chapman (the legendary Johnny Appleseed) proud....
The debate over whether to allow payday loans in Pennsylvania continued in Harrisburg last week with the same stale arguments. Supporters said the loans are needed by people who don't have credit and run into unexpected expenses. Opponents said the...
It is hard to fault anyone who says consumers should get what they pay for, as advertised. If a label says it has 5 percent of something, that's what it should have. The lawsuit against Anheuser-Busch, however, seems to be based wholly on the argument...
With Valentine's Day still fresh in our minds, thoughts naturally turn to retired Army Gen. John T. Thompson of Newport, Ky., who helped give America one of its most vivid memories of that holiday. After serving in two wars, Thompson saw a need for a...
If you're lonely this Valentine's Day, remember the sorry tale of Notre Dame football stud Manti Te'o and proceed cautiously with your relationships. Te'o was fortunate to have only his heart broken. Other dating scammers break the bank of their victims....
Pennsylvania ranks high in a new report on fraud, and the common scams highlighted in the report continue to dog victims in the Lehigh Valley. A Lower Macungie Township man was conned out of $300 this month in one of those swindles. He was duped into...
If you mouse your way to the Pennsylvania State Employees' Retirement System website and click on "About SERS," you then can find a comforting "SERS Snapshot," which paints a rosy picture of how the system is humming along. The Snapshot's chart shows...
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