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  • `We're all going to bigger and better things'

    `We're all going to bigger and better things'
    Minutes before graduating, seniors at Clark Magnet High School took pictures and adjusted one another’s green caps and tassels before lining up. Among those was Sayonika Mohanta, 18, who was named the class salutatorian for earning a 4.47 grade-...
  • 13-year-old Student Arrested For Aggravated Arson

    13-year-old Student Arrested For Aggravated Arson
    The Kenner Police Department reports the arrest of a 13-year-old middle school student Thursday for aggravated arson.  The Roosevelt Middle School student was arrested after he used a cigarette lighter to set a piece of paper on fire. The student then...
  • Monticello's preservation forever linked to Jewish family

    Monticello's preservation forever linked to Jewish family
    I've never met an American who didn't have a soft spot in his heart for Thomas Jefferson and Monticello, his home and plantation in Charlottesville. After his term as president expired in 1809, Jefferson lived full time at Monticello. The house, which...
  • Shipyard gets $206.7M to overhaul Lincoln

    Shipyard gets $206.7M to overhaul Lincoln
    NEWPORT NEWS — Northrop Grumman Corp.'s Newport News shipyard received a $206.7 million contract modification from the U.S. Navy to plan for the upcoming mid-life nuclear refueling and complex overhaul of the USS Abraham Lincoln aircraft carrier....
  • Book pile holds hidden gems

    Book pile holds hidden gems
    A vast collection of more than 1,000 old books that once cluttered the Lanterman House could be a lot more interesting — and valuable — than anyone previously imagined. A first-edition copy of Mark Twain’s “Adventures of Tom...
  • Digital technology lets libraries share their fragile treasures with the world

    Digital technology lets libraries share their fragile treasures with the world
    Recalling a medieval scribe laboring to preserve humankind's rarest writings, Edith Young gently places each fraying page of a 400-year-old Chinese manuscript on a special cradle before she lowers a glass plate to flatten it for a digital snapshot....
  • Antiquities Act, to be used for Fort Monroe, has deep roots in Hampton Roads

    Antiquities Act, to be used for Fort Monroe, has deep roots in Hampton Roads
    When President Obama designates part of Fort Monroe as a national monument Tuesday, it won't be the first time a prominent piece of Hampton Roads real estate has had its destiny transformed by the stroke of a presidential pen. Using the powers conferred...
  • Disturbance off Florida could become Tropical Storm Beryl

    Disturbance off Florida could become Tropical Storm Beryl
    The tropical disturbance off Florida’s east coast likely will grow into a tropical depression or storm over the weekend and possibly as soon as Friday. As of 3 p.m. on Friday, the National Hurricane Center gave the broad area of low pressure an...
  • On the Town: A 'Hot August Night' birthday celebration

    On the Town: A 'Hot August Night' birthday celebration
    Most people do a little something to celebrate their birthday, with the emphasis on day. Others stretch the celebration through a weekend, or even a week. Then there's Sue Ann Gordon, who, thanks to her family and friends, is currently in the midst of the...
  • The Presidents Book Club

     The Presidents Book Club
    Our Story We started five years ago. We do not choose specific books to read, but we all read something on the same president. We start with a discussion of the president and then eventually the conversation gets to current political and economic...
  • Attention young bookworms!

    Attention young bookworms!
    It's summertime, and school's out. It's time to kick off your shoes, settle into a relaxing place and read the day away. Then, be a critic. Tell us what you thought of a book you recently read, and you could be published in Printers Row Journal. Kids...
  • Former U. S. Senator Selected as Penn State Athletics Integrity Monitor

    Former U. S. Senator Selected as Penn State Athletics Integrity Monitor
      The NCAA today selected former U.S. Senator George Mitchell as the independent Athletics Integrity Monitor at Penn State. Mitchell’s five-year appointment begins immediately. As Athletics Integrity Monitor, Mitchell will evaluate Penn State&...