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Last weekend's thunderstorms are reminding us winter weather is at our doorstep. New public service announcements have started running that warn residents that now is the time to gear up for winter weather and possible emergencies. King County, the...
EVENT: 2010 College & Scholarship Fair DATE: Saturday, January 30, 2010 TIME: 10am - 2pm WHERE: Lafayette Square Mall COST: FREE Don't miss this opportunity to attain full or partial college scholarships at the 2010 College & Scholarship Fair on...
ABC26 NewsSt. Bernard Parish is a sea of slabs as far as the eye can see. Simone Bruni, president of the The Demo Diva, blames Hurricane Katrina, the Federal Emergency Management Agency and parish officials. After Katrina hit four years ago, demolition crews...
ABC26 NewsAfter years of a moribund economy, Monroe will add jobs at the fastest pace in Louisiana in 2010 and 2011, while New Orleans will stagger through its post-Hurricane Katrina recovery with the slowest employment growth. That's the analysis of university...
Tags: Employment, Vehicles, Government, General Motors Corp., Crimes
Back-to-School party planned Students from low-income households will get a head start on back-to-school activities with help from local organizations. The event, sponsored by No Square Theatre, Laguna Beach Police Assn., Laguna Beach Woman's Club,...
Clout StFrom Sunday's print edition: Bill Brady finds himself standing in a harsher light Downstate conservative coming to grips with new role as GOPâs nominee for governor By Rick Pearson, Tribune reporter In the month since Republicans voted on a nominee........
Special to the TribuneFixing a pipe leak isn't difficult if you're home when the pipe bursts, and have solder, flux and a propane torch in the toolbox. That's for copper pipe; it's even easier with plastic. But things can turn ugly at 3 a.m. when you stumble down the...
Body found overnight | Guilty plea expected from Vorce | Dealing with job loss in Muskegon BODY FOUND IN MONTCALM COUNTY VICTIM OF HIT-AND-RUN PIERSON - After a number of 911 calls reported a body in the road on Federal Road south of Cannonsville Road,...
Tags: Entertainment, Corporate Crime, Fraud, Crimes, Job Layoffs
Tribune staff reporterIf all car seats sold today meet federal safety standards, how does a consumer decide which seat to buy from among the many models on the market? There is no single authoritative place to find car seat rankings or advice before purchasing a seat, but...
Watchers of the housing industry might have a new economic indicator to weigh: the number of would-be flippers inquiring about ways to insure vacant homes. Bloomington, Ill.-based State Farm Insurance Cos. has long offered standard homeowner and landlord...
247-4639The Hampton Roads community — and beyond — came out Tuesday night to help celebrate two of its native sons: Boo Williams, whose name graces the front of the Boo Williams Sportsplex, and Howard White, whose name is plastered high on one of...
Tags: Nike, Inc., Hampton Roads, Education, Miami Heat, Farms
An easy Friday commute went down the drain for drivers on the West Shore. Businesses in and around the Camp Hill Shopping Center were very difficult to get to after a 16 inch water main break turned the road into a river. Klaudia Chilcoat owns the State...
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