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Larry Green's legacy being sold in estate sale for late Houston council member

The family of late Houston council member Larry Green is moving on from his tragic sudden death by helping others. The family is holding an estate sale this weekend, and the proceeds from the sale of ... read more

Barry Kline earns Greencastle-Antrim Chamber James P. Oliver Award

And now he is adjusting to being ... held at Green Grove Gardens. The award was created in 1992 to honor the late James P. Oliver, who at the time of his death was president of Eagle Construction, had ... read more

'Pause button is off' for the La Crosse Center expansion

Council member Scott Neumeister, a newcomer to the La Crosse Center Board, stressed that it was important for the board to take a long look at its future, especially when it comes to maintenance. “I t... read more

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Irish Town Stands Up to Big Seaweed

Many fear that the industry, traditionally small scale and dominated by local producers using hand-held tools to remove seaweed from beaches during low tide, is on the brink of major change, a fear th... read more


Five bid for places in race to become one of Georgia’s most powerful politicians

But “undecided” still beat all three candidates in a poll of 507 likely Republican primary voters for the Atlanta Journal-Constitution in late April ... which they later sold. He’s subsequently worked ... read more

Rummage, bake sale planned

Wurtemburg Presbyterian Church, 291 Wurtemburg Road, Wayne Township, will have a rummage sale and bake sale from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 18 and from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 19, which will also be bag da... read more

The 2007 Slate 60: Donations

Henri Lazarof, a composer, and his wife, Janice, a daughter of the late real estate developer Mark ... Dan Duncan is chairman and director of Houston-based Enterprise Products, an energy-services comp... read more

For the Record - July 2018

(The Virginian-Pilot) The Batten family, which has owned The Virginian-Pilot for more than a century, sold the newspaper ... after Lynchburg City Council voted 6-1 in May to renew the lease for Aviati... read more

Art Industry News: Pranked Art Advisor Now Says Sacha Baron Cohen Is Our New ‘Voltaire’ + Other Stories

Plus, the fight over Robert Indiana's estate ... female member of the so-called Monuments Men, who helped retrieve art stolen by the Nazis, has died at 102. She was related by marriage to the Bloomsbu... read more

Three landmark events at Atlanta Stadium in the 1960s – Were you there?

(You would have saved a dollar by seating in the upper level, but the trade-off was being further away from John ... the band was whisked away to the Atlanta airport for a flight to Houston. All told, ... read more

Idea man Langford a champion for change

Some of Larry Langford's political speeches might be mistaken ... public housing in Titusville and served a two-year term on the Birmingham City Council in the late 1970s. Read his bio here On the cam... read more

Is the EPA’s Online Climate Change Section Gone for Good?

Photo by US Environmental Protection Agency. In April last year, the EPA replaced its online climate change section with a holding page that said the content was being updated to “reflect the agency’s ... read more



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