Archive for April, 2008

Military Video Shows Bombs Blanketing Land Currently Under Homes

Local 6 uncovers footage of bombs being dropped on Orlando that raises questions about the safety of homes. (1 min ago)

Aids Expert Addresses Community Members

4/30/2008 – Growing up as a privileged medical student, Dr. Ayoade Alakija decided to begin her career in Africa, to help fight against diseases plaguing many third-world countries. (43 secs ago)

News Briefs

The 10th City Council will hear two appeals at its first regular meeting on Monday. Newly elected City Councilmember John Sibert will not be able to vote on either appeal since he voted on the applications as a planning commissioner. (30 secs ago)

Partnership seeks to protect salmon habitat in N.H.

State biologists and the Society for the Protection of New Hampshire Forests are working to conserve riverbanks and other areas critical to boosting the survival of Atlantic salmon. (3 mins ago)

County Board will take close look at flood insurance

HARRISBURG – In a very brief session, County Board members handled a few issues Thursday night. (36 secs ago)

San Mateo Daily Journal

NEW YORK Every day except Mondays, Di Fara Pizza teems with people waiting for a pie or a slice. If they’re very lucky, it arrives in a matter of minutes. If they’re not, it might be two hours. Nobody really minds. (2 mins ago)

In brief: Residents respond to drug collection

CITY OF BURLINGTON – A box containing 22 pounds of controlled substances was collected Saturday afternoon during a drug drop-off program at the offices of the Western Racine County Health Department, 156 E. State St. The drugs were taken into custody by city police for safe keeping until Health Department officials could make arrangements for disposal. (1 min ago)

Local Democratic leaders split on Obama and Clinton

Local Democratic leaders polled recently are predicting a close primary race next week between Sens. Hillary Clinton of New York and Barack Obama of Illinois. And though support was split between the Democratic presidential candidates, all indicated they would back the eventual nominee. (28 secs ago)

Rockefellers of Camden establish regional scholarship fund

CAMDEN James and Marilyn Rockefeller of Camden have established a fund at the Maine Community Foundation in Ellsworth, offering educational opportunities to residents of Knox, Waldo and Washington counties. (27 secs ago)

Taking the “Toxic Tour”

A West Virginia University group is raising awareness in Morgantown. (2 mins ago)