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Times Staff WriterThree months ago, Monrovia residents Jim and Amy Emett bought a $142,000 Winnebago and took off for Prescott, Ariz., on a little shakedown tour. It wasn't a long trip, but they went far enough to learn a few things about their new toy. "It's grand,"...
Tags: Rentals, Trips and Vacations, Mini, Travel, Personal Service
The following is a list of confirmed dead as of Monday. List compiled from sources including Pentagon websites, New York Coroner's Office, and Times wire services, by Times researchers Cary Schneider and Kent Coloma and Times staff writer Myrna Oliver....
Times Staff WriterThe successful efforts to amend 11 state constitutions to ban same-sex marriage has energized both sides of the highly contentious issue. Defenders of traditional marriage say voters' resounding support for state measures that limit marriage to a union...
Sarah Catherine "Cathy" Heaton-Alexander was a people person loved by everyone. She met and kept new friends everywhere she went — Colonial High School, IBM, the Orlando Rowing Club and Trinity Lutheran Church. "I don't think I realized how much...
David F. Duffey, 75, of Hagerstown, Md., entered into eternal rest on Saturday, June 15, 2013, at his home. Born in Funkstown, Md., on July 12, 1937, he was the son of Ellis G. and Jane Duffey. Dave graduated from Hagerstown High School in 1955, and...
Who: Evie Chitty, 41, Coral Springs From: Director of transportation for Walmart's mid-Atlantic region, out of Sutherland, Va. I was responsible for managing all transportation operations for five states out of three facilities, where we managed Walmart...
Tags: Marketing, U.S. Army, Broward County, Walmart, Cooper City
You don't have to be rich to help charities. A hobby can become a way to raise funds for causes that you hold dear. Four South Florida business executives show how they've turned fun into fund-raising. Record collector Ruth Cyrus, cook Andy Cagnetta,...
Tags: Recipes, Arts, Mountaineering, Music, SoHo
The Downtown Arts District's annual signature fundraiser will feature guest artist Terry Hummel. It will be the district's fourth annual "In the Artist's Studio" program, in which guests can learn more about an artist's background and art career. WKMG...
++++++++++++++++++++ || Number || Name || Class || Ht. || Wt. || Position || Hometown (Last School) || || 1 || Adrian Burton || RS FR || 5-10 || 175 || DB || Pompano Beach, FL (Blanche Ely) || || 2 || DeAndre Richardson || RS SR || 6-2 || 180 || WR ||...
Tags: Apopka, Homestead, Education, Camden County, Christianity
The smile of Dr. Beach still shines on the Sunshine State as three Florida beaches made his annual Top 10 beaches in the U.S. list. Dr. Beach is Dr. Stephen P. Leatherman and he's Director of Florida International University's Laboratory for Coastal...
Baltimore Sun Media GroupA pair of racing aficionados from Saratoga Springs, N.Y., spent Saturday watching the early races at Pimlico, then they put their observations to use to score a massive payday in the Preakness. Joe Cavallo, 26, and Stephanie Rafferty, 21, hit the Pick 4...
For the past eigh t years, Crooked Tree Arts Center School of Ballet students have been accepted to and attended the country's finest summer intensive programs. This year is no exception with nine of Crooked Tree's pre-professional ballet students...
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