| Sep 26, 2010
| 11:36 PM
Gebrah Noonan, an Army private who died Thursday in Iraq, loved good literature and Michael Jackson and had a sense of humor sharp enough to get him voted class clown at Watertown High School.
Noonan, 26, died Thursday in a non-combat incident in...
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March 11, 2012
This is sort of a letter to you on the why and how of writing a business letter. What's a business letter? Well, business folks use it to communicate with one another, and the format applies as much to an email as an actual...
| Mar 8, 2010
Dr. Anita Figueredo, the first female surgeon in San Diego and a well-known philanthropist who was close friends with Mother Teresa for four decades, died Feb. 19 at her home in La Jolla. She was 93 and had suffered a cerebral hemorrhage two weeks...
| Jan 27, 2010
Like many divine personalities, Mary Kitchen has a past shrouded in mystery. No one really knows if the goddess of corned beef hash is based on a real person or not, and why the name was chosen. Though Hormel Foods is marking the 61st anniversary of the...
| Feb 22, 2010
| 3:33 PM
A Manhattanville student was found dead in faculty housing Monday morning, according to reports.
Harrison police have ruled the death a homicide.
The female - described as a student athlete - lived on campus with her parents. Her body was found by a...
| Feb 24, 2010
| 2:42 PM
The mother of a Manhattanville College student has officially been charged with strangling her daughter to death in the family's home, police announced Wednesday.
According to officials, Stacey Pagli, 37, was charged with second degree murder in the...