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These are the positions that South Carolina school districts are most desperate to fill, and here's what they're doing without enough candidates. [Read More]
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Stephanie Ybarra, director of special artistic projects at New York's Public Theater, has been named artistic director of Baltimore Center Stage. Ybarra will succeed Kwame... [Read More]
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There is a special joy in falling for a writer with a stack of books to their name. [Read More]
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Hotel Paradise Roof Garden Orchestra, specializing in 1920s and 1930s music, performs monthly at a piazza restaurant in Hampden. [Read More]
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Sunken cars, mermaids and huge dinosaurs are just a few fun pit stops. [Read More]
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Westland man's 'Uncle Bert' served in U.S. Navy, knew 41st president Bush... [Read More]
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Monarchs rule as Highland families go extra mile to save pollinating butterfly... [Read More]
Sunken cars, mermaids and huge dinosaurs are just a few fun pit stops. [Read More]
The two-term governor and U.S. education secretary is being honored Monday at USC by former President Bill Clinton and others. [Read More]
Federal prosecutors say Early Autism Project Inc. paid $8.8 million to settle a false claims probe. [Read More]
Coaches give their pre-season takes on upcoming 2018 high school football season... [Read More]
Hundreds ready to let loose under the spotlight Aug. 2-5 at Kensington Valley Ice House in Brighton... [Read More]
The firm agreed to pay the money, but admits no wrongdoing. [Read More]
NTDP alum and current Red Wing Dylan Larkin leads the charge to recruit NHL players for Aug. 26 tribute game, honoring Jim Johannson... [Read More]
The state's largest provider of children's autism behavioral therapy has paid the federal government $8.8 million to settle a false claims probe, federal prosecutors have... [Read More]
Duck Duck Goose, a new Fells Point brasserie, delivers stellar food in a cool, casual ambience. [Read More]
Michael's Cafe, a popular Timonium restaurant for more than three decades, is bustling with everything but memorable food. [Read More]
Students dropped out of Greenville, Pickens and Anderson schools at a rate above the South Carolina average, but those rates can be misleading. [Read More]
Connor Sherman's summer grid clinic keeps giving special needs kids chance to play game he loves... [Read More]
Hockey-playing military veterans discovering yoga as a new way to deal with physical and mental anguish... [Read More]
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