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firstname.lastname@example.orgBob and Virginia Walton are both from Baltimore, but their home for more than 40 years has been Maugansville. They moved here for Bob's job with Burroughs, now Unisys, and liked the "little village quality" and proximity to the interstate for the travel...
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Magne Jarle Kjos, 83, died in La Cañada on May 20, at the home of his daughter. Residents on Alta Canyada Road may remember a tall, white-haired gentleman with a resolute stride and an endless collection of striking sun hats, hiking purposefully up...
The Hartford CourantTwo teenagers who were shot to death execution-style in Hartford Thursday morning were participating in a botched robbery, Hartford Police Chief Daryl K. Roberts said Friday. Before their deaths, Kent McLaurin, 19, of Hartford, and Xion Davidson, 17,...
Tribune staff reportersA noticeably less cocky and sarcastic Scott Fawell, testifying for a second day Monday at former Gov. George Ryan's trial, provided a window for jurors into the nitty-gritty world of Illinois politics and the privileges of power. Fawell, chief of staff...
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Chicago TribuneMonday: Earnings: A.O. Smith Corp.; American Express Co.; Compass Bancshares Inc.; CSX Corp.; Eaton Corp.; Packaging Corporation of America; Texas Instruments Inc.; Wintrust Financial Corp.; Woodward Governor Co. Tuesday: Earnings: Advanced Micro Devices...
Job description: The School Director as a member of the Board of School Directors shall equip, furnish and maintain the public schools in the District. Principal duties include appointing and/or dismissing superintendents, principals and teachers; levying...
Sentinel Staff WriterJetBlue. Frontier. Southwest. For many travelers, such names are synonymous with savings. It's reasonable to expect low-cost carriers to offer the lowest fares. Reasonable but wrong. You need to shop around. "Low cost" no longer always means "low fare,...
Tribune staff reporterDuring the first 20 months of its bankruptcy, United Airlines avoided touching workers' pensions. Only after losing a bid for a federal loan guarantee two months ago did the world's second-largest carrier realize it might have to terminate deeply...
Tribune staff reporterUnited Airlines scrambled Friday to prove that it deserves another shot at a $1.6 billion loan guarantee that the government said the carrier did not need to emerge from bankruptcy. United parent UAL Corp. was turned down for the guarantee on Thursday by...
First of four parts This series was reported by Delroy Alexander, Greg Burns, Robert Manor, Flynn McRoberts and E.A. Torriero. It was written by McRoberts. Trading his customary dark suit for a pair of jeans, Mike Gagel trudged over pallet after pallet...
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