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  • Jumpstart Your Career in the Wine Industry - An Insightful Webinar

    Event: Jumpstart Your Career in the Wine Industry - An Insightful Webinar Date: March 19, 2010 Time: 12pm - 1:30pm Description: Are you a wine enthusiast, aficionado? Ever dreamt of becoming a sommelier, wine shop owner or even winemaker? Do you want...
  • Many breast cancer patients also contract virus

    Many breast cancer patients also contract virus
    Brenda Denzler, a Chatham County, N.C., woman diagnosed last summer with breast cancer, does not know what caused her illness, but recent findings suggest a link between her form of cancer and a virus. She and a growing cadre of scientists are agitating...
  • 6 Whitney Lane, West Simsbury, CT 06092

    6 Whitney Lane, West Simsbury, CT 06092
    On January 7th, 2010, David and Jennifer Schoenholz sold their 4 bedroom, 4 bath residence at 6 Whitney Lane in West Simsbury, CT to Jason Dransfield and Elizabeth Llewelyn. The home was purchased for $900,000. Jason Dransfield is the Director of...
  • Duke's Coach K. Defaced in Indy Newspaper

    Duke's Coach K. Defaced in Indy Newspaper
    The Indianapolis Star newspaper has apologized to Duke University after some of Friday's editions included an illustration of coach Mike Krzyzewski with horns and a target drawn on his head. The illustration on the front of the sports section accompanied...
  • Butler professor hosts Duke fans

    Butler professor hosts Duke fans
    Between the burgers and the brats, imagine this: the blue devils serving the bulldogs off the court. "We have 16 guys packed into a living room, just sleeping on the floor, it's pretty intense," said Duke fan Jacob Wood. "I'm surprised things are this...
  • How to Pick the Perfect Pediatrician

    How to Pick the Perfect Pediatrician
    Choosing a pediatrician can be tricky. But there's plenty of advice on the topic. Here's what some pediatricians and parents suggest you look for when on the doctor hunt: Check a doctor's credentials and disciplinary actions online. The pediatrician...
  • John Burness: Franklin & Marshall college names Burness interim president

    John Burness:  Franklin & Marshall college names Burness interim president
    John F. Burness, former senior vice president at Duke University, has been named interim president of Franklin & Marshall College effective July 1. That's when President John Fry leaves to become president of Drexel University in Philadelphia. The...
  • Head of Newport News investment firm, MICG, being investigated for fraud

    Head of Newport News investment firm, MICG, being investigated for fraud
    NEWPORT NEWS — The top executive of the Newport News brokerage firm MICG Investment Management LLC is under investigation in a host of securities violations including fraud, according to public documents posted to a securities regulator's website....
  • Roshown McLeod out at Indiana

    Roshown McLeod out at Indiana
    For the first time in the Tom Crean era, a change has been made in the coaching staff, and it was swift. Less that 24 hours after Indiana ended an 11-game losing streak with an overtime win over Northwestern, Crean has chosen not to renew the contract of...
  • 'Cloak of Invisibility' Takes Step Toward Reality

    'Cloak of Invisibility' Takes Step Toward Reality
    WASHINGTON -- From Grimm's fairy tales to Harry Potter, the cloak of invisibility has played a major role in fiction. Now scientists have taken a small but important new step toward making it reality. Researchers at Germany's Karlsruhe Institute of...
  • At-Home Medical Tests Have Pitfalls

    At-Home Medical Tests Have Pitfalls
    Arkansas homemaker Amy Grimes stops short of saying her at-home glucose tests are a lifesaver, but at the same time she can't live without them. In fact, the tests free her to live largely as she wants, rather than being a prisoner of diabetes. "It's...
  • 821 S. Fairview Ave, Park Ridge, IL 60068

    821 S. Fairview Ave, Park Ridge, IL 60068
    On February 26th, 2010, Patrick Naughton sold his 4 bedroom, 5 ½ bath residence at 821 S. Fairview Avenue in Park Ridge, Illinois to Timothy Malisch. The home was purchased for $1,175,000. Timothy Malisch is a physician and serves as Director of...