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It felt like full circle on June 16 as we drove by the semi-demolished remains of the Forest Diner on Route 40. A bittersweet sight to see, still standing within the crushed shiny silver body of the Silk City Diner, the eerily and perfectly attached...
Tags: Ellicott City, Movies, Anglicanism, Tropical Storms, Sykesville
Wednesday Biz to Biz Networking, 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at American Social Las Olas, 721 E. Las Olas Blvd., Fort Lauderdale. $10. Call 954-838-9644. Glen Govot, 7 p.m. at Sunset Grill, 5550 NW 40th St., Coconut Creek. Free. Call 954-977-6700. Nature...
Las Vegas according to three governors: The fall of the mob, a land of prostitutes and potential terrorism risksLas Vegas SunIn 1979, the year most Nevada historians identify as the turning point when mob influence in Las Vegas began to wane and corporations started taking over the city's casinos, the chairman of the Nevada Gaming Commission approached Gov. Bob List and offered...
It's time to dip and twirl for the Assistance League of Newport-Mesa. The 72-year-old nonprofit, which aids children and families via community programs, is organizing an annual ballroom dancing competition. Dancing for Tomorrow's Stars couples...
The passing of longtime Easton basketball coach Stan Sutphen on Saturday brought back memories of a different era of Lehigh Valley high school hoops. Back at the start of the 1970s, the coaches had such great personalities — Dick Schmidt at...
Tags: Radio, High Schools, NASCAR, Schools, Danica Patrick
David Courtney was remembered Friday as a devoted son, husband and brother as well as a passionate Kings fan whose love for hockey became a central theme of his life. Courtney, who began working for the Kings as a 14-year-old intern in 1971 and became...
When David Courtney returned to the Kings for a second tour of duty in 1985 their staff was small enough to meet in a closet, which was no problem because that's where his office was located. Luc Robitaille, a scared rookie in 1986, vividly remembers...
L.A. NOWSearch teams are looking for two hikers in separate areas of California’s Sierra Nevada wilderness. Crews on the ground and in three Air National Guard helicopters searched Saturday for Larry Conn, 53, who was almost a week overdue from a......
L.A. NOWMore than three dozen searchers scoured the Inyo National Forest in the Sierra Nevada for a Pacific Palisades man who never returned from a three-day backpacking trip. Larry Conn, 53, was expected to return from his trek Oct. 22. Two......
Sportsmen meet tonight BERLIN — The Berlin Sportsmen will hold their monthly meeting at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the clubhouse. Fitzgerald golf MIDDLECREEK TOWNSHIP — Angermeier Tool and Die won last Tuesday's match play at...
Tags: Baseball, Ryan Williams, Barry Fitzgerald, Aaron Smith, Golf
Kings, Fox Sports West in long-term deal: Pact said to extend for 12 seasons, with $250 million valueVarietyOn the day the Los Angeles Kings play their first Stanley Cup Final home game since 1993, the team has pacted with Fox Sports West on a long-term TV rights deal. Though Fox would not officially disclose specifics, the deal announced Monday will likely be...
5 - 6 a.m. The Saturday Morning Show with Orion Samuelson and Max Armstrong 5:05 a.m. With the news that grain trading at the Chicago Board of Trade is expanding to 22 hours a day, Max talks to market analyst Brian Basting about the impact on the...
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