I used to be a newspaper editor, a cog in the wheel of the dreaded “mainstream media.” I’ve written for the New York and Washington newspapers, and even — angels and ministers of grace defend us! — Politico. And the checks go both ways: I am a paid-up subscriber to the New York Times. Call me an enemy of the people. Here’s a little secret for you: The news ain’t fake. (Mostly ...
Teen shot in Port Hueneme said to be in critical condition
A 17-year-old was critically injured after getting shot Sunday night in Port Hueneme, authorities said.
Seniors Shopping Safely Online Guide
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Conemaugh's new leader anticipates 2019-20 opening of Somerset outpatient center
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Tequesta Election 2019: Seven-term Tequesta council member challenged; and a key referendum
Tequesta Vice-Mayor Thomas Paterno faces a challenge in his re-election bid by Kyle Stone.
Collier County to crack down on vacation rentals
Collier County commissioners voted Tuesday to have staff enforce rules that ban owners from renting their homes for less than six months in the unincorporated area.
Funeral plans set for Dennis Matthew Howe, DOT worker who died following crash
Calling hours will be held Sunday. The funeral will be on Monday.
Man gets 13 years for sex crimes
A man found guilty of sex crimes involving minors earlier this month received a maximum prison sentence Wednesday during a hearing in the Champaign County
Sikeston DPS fights fire on E. Gladys
Firefighters with the Sikeston Department of Public Safety battled a fire on the 1500 block of E. Gladys Wednesday morning.
Credit Card Skimmers Discovered at Fuel Pumps in McKenzie
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