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Crash in Somers Point causes power outages A vehicle struck a pole near Wilmont Avenue in Shore Road, cutting it in half and causing power outages till past midnight.
  • 23/04/2014, 12:45
A four-year study of overweight military personnel has found that those stationed at high altitudes are less likely to progress to obesity.
  • 23/04/2014, 12:45
Activists to ask U-M to drop 'discriminatory' ACT, SAT scores from admissions Despite Tuesday's setback at the U.S. Supreme Court, affirmative action supporters are vowing to continue the fight to boost minority enrollment at the state's most prestigious university.
  • 23/04/2014, 12:35
Bruins take control of series with convincing victory over Red Wings The Bruins turned a dominating first period into an early lead and held on for a 3-0 victory over the Red Wings in Game 3 of their Eastern Conference first-round series. Boston leads 2-1 with Game 4 of the best-of-seven series Thursday at Joe Louis Arena.
  • 23/04/2014, 12:35
Teachers rally in Egg Harbor Township to protest lack of a contract EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — Aime Elbertson said at a rally Tuesday that in all her years as a student and teacher in the school district she has never seen the current level of friction between the school b
  • 23/04/2014, 12:30
For New Jersey toll cheats, no more free rides EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP — Be careful, motorists, someone may be watching you.
  • 23/04/2014, 12:30
Department of Health and Human Services sued for Obamacare navigator records Tom Fitton, President of Judicial Watch announced on Tuesday that on March 27, 2014, it filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit against the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to obtain records about Obamacare navigators,...
  • 23/04/2014, 12:25
East Coast financial expert will assess Detroit debt-cutting plan The city's bankruptcy judge appointed an East Coast financial specialist today to evaluate the city's debt-cutting plan.
  • 23/04/2014, 12:20
Munster senior golfer Specht never gets nervous Munster senior Matt Specht doesn’t get nervous before big matches anymore. The four-year varsity golfer has played in enough tournaments to where he’s built up his confidence on the links.
  • 23/04/2014, 12:17
Tigers beat White Sox as bullpen barely holds big lead Here's what happened at the wire: After the Sox scored a run in the eighth, Phil Coke gave up three runs with two outs in the ninth, two of them on Adam Dunn's home run on an 0-2 pitch. It took a save from Joba Chamberlain with the tying run at the plate to close it out.
  • 23/04/2014, 12:16
Failed Shipyards developer agrees to pay city $13.4 million The bankrupt company that failed to develop the Shipyards, a 40-acre plot of downtown riverfront property, has agreed to pay the city of Jacksonville $13.4 million that it invested in the controversial project. After spending nearly five years in bankruptcy court, the city has reached a settlement with Crescent Resources, the parent company of Jacksonville-based LandMar Group. LandMar reached an agreement with the city in 2005 to build a luxury condominium tower, a public park and a mix of commercial, hotel and office spaces on the vacant Northbank property. read more
  • 23/04/2014, 08:40
Lowenberg essential to arts KEARNEY — While sitting in the lobby of the Merryman Performing Arts Center, Gail Lowenberg reflected on a lifetime spent in the arts.
  • 23/04/2014, 08:30
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