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Tribune staff reporterThis was one of the first cities to convert its sprawling but obsolete Union Station into a wonderland of boutiques, restaurants and nightclubs. That was a major part of the Indianapolis I remembered from a visit in the '80s. Zippy Union Stations still...
Sun StaffBaltimore native Cornell W. Gilmore had been in Iraq only five days Friday morning when the Black Hawk helicopter he was flying in began taking enemy fire in the skies above Saddam Hussein's hometown of Tikrit. Gilmore, 45, was headed for a landing at a...
The Chicago TribuneNow, this should make everything clear: Al Gore, the winner of the most votes in the 2000 presidential race, conceded victory Wednesday night to George Bush, because the winner was the loser in the only count that mattered, the Electoral College....
Take one of the many tours available in the Williamsburg area. You can see this colorful historic area by land, sky, day, night. You might even meet "otherworldly" folks when you go on a ghost tour. Air Tours Aerial views will add a new dimension to...
Daily PressMany communities have had success converting former military facilities to civilian uses. But politics and pollution sometimes slow the process. A bayfront resort. Pricey waterfront condos. A museum. An expanded Buckroe Beach. A new office complex....
Daily PressThe closest place for soldiers at Fort Benjamin Harrison to get their uniforms cleaned was DMR Cleaners. About a mile from the base, the store thrived on cleaning and starching camouflage uniforms. So when the base closed in 1996 and more than 3,000...
Hartford Courant staff writerFor armchair historians and students of Abraham Lincoln, clues to the life of the 16th president aren't found only in log cabins in Illinois, battlefields in southern Pennsylvania or restored theaters in Washington, D.C. One good collection of Lincoln...
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Sun ReporterMore than 100 million Americans are expected to cast ballots today that will decide the tightest contest in decades for the presidency and control of Congress. George W. Bush and Al Gore flew cross country into the early hours of Election Day, delivering...
NORTH SUBURBAN CONFERENCE ANTIOCH: Josh Enck, jr.; Rob Janke, sr. GRANT: Josh Adams, sr. LAKE FOREST: Kevin Brilliant, sr.; Max Julius, sr.; Sean Marshall, sr.; Alex Tinucci, sr.; Charles Wood, sr. LIBERTYVILLE: Cooper Dezell, sr.; Alen Husidic, jr.; Eric...
Tags: Sean Marshall, Brian Kelly
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