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  • Lake teachers union endorses School Board candidates

     
    The Lake County teachers union just announced which candidates they want to win the three School Board seats up for grabs in Lake this fall. The union has been conducting candidate interviews and, today, teachers finished voting for who they want the...
  • University Of New Orleans Budget Cuts May Affect Sports

    The University of New Orleans is facing severe budget cuts in it's next fiscal year.  Both academic programs and the university's athletic program are in jeopardy. Chancellor Tim Ryan says the state's projected deficit next year is $1.5 billion dollars....
  • Community members connect

    COSTA MESA — Ed Fawcett started a golf tournament 14 years ago in hopes of raising money for the Costa Mesa Chamber of Commerce. The tournament has developed into a convention of sorts, one where, at least for a portion of the day, businesses...
  • Incumbent judges beat challenge from Christian lawyers

    Incumbent judges beat challenge from Christian lawyers
    Four incumbent San Diego Superior Court judges beat off challenges from a group of Christian lawyers trying to unseat them in Tuesday's primary election. With 100 percent of precincts reporting Wednesday, incumbent judges Lantz Lewis, Joel Wohlfeil,...
  • 'Grand closing' of Nellie's Cafe turns into an act of generosity

    'Grand closing' of Nellie's Cafe turns into an act of generosity
    On the cusp of the recession, Joyce Miller left her job as vice president of a commercial construction firm to pursue her lifelong dream — owning a little diner where she cooked everything herself and knew all her customers by name. She and husband...
  • Cafe's closing brings donations big and small to charity

    Cafe's closing brings donations big and small to charity
    The closing of a small business amid a stubborn recession is usually neither newsworthy nor cause for celebration. But Nellie's Café in Longwood – the life-long dream of Joyce and Jim Miller – was unlike most businesses from the outset, its...
  • Dallas Hosts Spring Recycling Roundup for Hard-to-Recycle Items

    Dallas Hosts Spring Recycling Roundup for Hard-to-Recycle Items
    Not sure what to do with that old computer or battered furniture you need to get rid of? In honor of Earth Day, the city of Dallas will host a spring recycling roundup Saturday for hard-to-recycle items. The city's sanitation department will help recycle...
  • Concession contract extended

    SANTA ANA — The concession stand at Salt Creek Beach in Dana Point won't be changing hands after all. After a lengthy and sometimes contentious process to decide who will run the beach's concession stand for the next 10 years, the Orange County...
  • Woman Shot on Lawn of Her East Dallas Home

    Woman Shot on Lawn of Her East Dallas Home
    Police are investigating the shooting death of a woman who had just returned home from dropping off her daughter at school. The incident happened just before 9 a.m. today in the 8300 block of Londonderry Lane in East Dallas. Dallas Police have...