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Shirley R. Kennedy, 72, Stoystown died Aug. 14, 2011, at Siemon’s Lakeview Manor Estates. Born June 8, 1939, in Hooversville daughter of Harry W. and Florence V. (Fyock) Birch. Preceded in death by parents and infant son Gary Allen. Survived by...
Contributing WriterSusan Hardman of Beaverton, Ore., knows the history of her Stagg ancestors back to the 1600s, when they fled from Scotland to Holland during the persecution, and later immigrated to the United States. However, she would like to know more about her current...
STRONGSVILLE, Ohio (AP) — The manager of a cell phone store in Ohio called 911 to report a gorilla had been attacked by a banana. The Wireless Center in Strongsville, near Cleveland, advertises at curbside with a man in a gorilla suit. Manager...
WGNO NewsThe Obama administration selected New Orleans as one of six cities to test a pilot initiative to strengthen local communities and increase economic growth. On Monday, Secretary of Labor Hilda L. Solis and Mayor Mitch Landrieu announced the pilot at a...
Tags: Politics, Local Government, Detroit, Elections
The Coupons.com index of frugal cities found that Southerners are among the best savers in the country, with more than one-third of the top 20 frugal cities. In addition to Atlanta and Tampa, other Southern cities on the list include Charlotte, Nashville,...
Tags: Charlotte, Seattle, Wichita (Sedgwick, Kansas), Columbus, Tampa
Mary Harris from Nottingham was looking for recipe she has lost for a blueberry breakfast cake made in a loaf pan. Gladys Wilt from Lothian sent in a recipe she had for Alabama Blueberry Bread that she thinks is really great and that Harris might want...
John Thompson Scott, 87, of Junction City died Friday. Born Sept. 22, 1923, in Grenock, Scotland, he was the son of John and Mary Kelly Scott. Following his service in the U.S. Navy during World War II, John graduated from Oklahoma State University with...
ERIE, Pa. (AP) — A federal judge says a black trucker's lawsuit against a Burger King franchise in northwestern Pennsylvania should be heard by a jury and not dismissed as the restaurant's attorneys requested. Glenn Goodwin, from Cleveland, Ohio,...
Tags: Restaurants, Burger King, Hamburgers, Judges, Lawyers
CLEVELAND (AP) — Defense attorneys are trying to spare the life of an ex-Marine convicted of killing 11 women and hiding their bodies in and around his Cleveland home. The sentencing phase of trial for Anthony Sowell (SOH'-wehl) begins Monday....
Associated PressJury recommends execution for Ohio serial killer A serial killer who hid the remains of 11 women in his Cleveland home and yard should be put to death, a jury recommended Wednesday. Anthony Sowell, 51, was convicted July 22 of aggravated murder in the...
Tags: Health, Murder, Prosecution, Family, Sex Crimes
In 2007, John and Ginger Price knew that it was time to move John's mother, Mayna, from an assisted-living facility in South Carolina to a nursing home near their home in Seven Hills, Ohio. John's sister, who lived in South Carolina, could no longer...
Tags: Health, Long Term Care, Medical Services, Nursing, Social Issues
Dr. Frederick Joseph Hatem, a retired Havre de Grace obstetrician who delivered thousands of babies in Harford and Cecil counties during his four-decade career, including baseball Hall of Famer Cal Ripken Jr., died June 6 of heart failure at Harford...
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