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FLINT, Mich. (AP) — A bid of $1,330 was good enough to buy a Santa Claus, sleigh and four reindeer that once brought holiday cheer from atop the Flint City Hall. Winning bidder Melodee Mabbitt tells The Flint Journal (http://bit.ly/18KFtDZ ) she...
staff writer, @damichellegRuth Baer's mother taught her about the joys of giving back. When Baer and her parents lived in Ohio, the family would buy extra presents for Christmas and leave them for the less fortunate. The family continued the tradition when Baer and her mother...
The Hartford CourantPeter J. Tutschka, the former chief of the cancer center at St. Francis Hospital and Medical Center, was a scientist and clinician who played an important role in the first use of cyclosporine to prevent the body from rejecting transplanted bone marrow....
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Melvin Louis "Louie" Bandemer, 85, of Harbor Springs, died on Feb. 18, 2013, at his home. Louie was born on Aug. 12, 1927, to Laura and Emil Bandemer in Grosse Pointe, Mich., where he grew up and attended school at Grosse Pointe South. On June 17,...
Twenty years from now, I will tell people I was present at the creation. One evening last fall, my colleague Jason Toraldo walked into my office and asked if I could troubleshoot a problem he was having on Facebook. He had recently put up a page for a...
Los Angeles Times Fashion CriticAs the doting wife of hotel and real estate scion Rick Hilton, the mother hen to tabloid darlings Paris and Nicky Hilton, and the aggrieved childhood friend of Michael Jackson, Kathy Hilton has always been one step to the left of the spotlight. Half...
FrameworkHundreds of seagulls swoop on the U.S.S. Wisconsin anchored in Los Angeles Harbor....
firstname.lastname@example.orgTenia Johnson turns the car off and pops the trunk. It must be reflex after all these years. Johnson’s routine to transport her son is more complicated than most parents could imagine; the Rubik’s Cube look of it makes tedious complaints...
There’s another new display in the lobby of the library. Winchester resident Faye Laubert has graciously allowed the library to exhibit some of her crafts. A lot of patrons know Faye because she volunteers to help genealogists in the library&...
When Santa Claus accepts his first visitors Friday night, he can thank Geneva firefighters for his updated digs. Geneva's Gingerbread House at Third and James streets, where Santa will be on the receiving end of hundreds of wish lists in coming days,...
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The season of giving is in full swing in Orland Township where township employees and volunteers are working to make the holidays brighter for families who've fallen on hard times, providing fixings for a Christmas dinner and making sure every member of...
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