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Articles from September 11, 2004

Acc Saturday
Byline: Steve Kirk, The Times-Union DUKE (0-1) AT CONNECTICUT (1-0), Noon: UConn handed Randy Edsall a new six-year contract Thursday worth more than $900,000 annually. With all that cash, he needs to hold off the ACC's worst program, albeit an...
After Frances, Sisters of the Sea, Retro Surfing Events Try Again
Byline: Brian Kosoy, Shorelines sports correspondent Hurricane Frances may have put a damper on the Labor Day weekend, but the show goes on in the Beaches sports scene. Two of the year's top local surf contests, the Sisters of the Sea Surf Classic...
'All in All We Fared Pretty Well'; Many Areas Damaged, but Most Not Badly
Byline: Christopher F. Aguilar and Care Burmeister, Times-Union staff writers Like many people, Neptune Beach resident Elaine Kenny took refuge from Hurricane Frances at a friend's house when her power went out. Then a neighbor called Kenny Sunday...
A Lot of Damage, but No Injuries in Orange Park
Byline: Mary Maraghy, Clay County Line staff writer There were power outages and property damage in Orange Park but no residents were injured, said Town Manager John Bowles, when summing up the town's storm aftermath. "There are pockets [of outages]...
AmeriCorps Initiative Offers Full-Time Service Opportunities
Byline: Rich Ray, Times-Union staff writer Those looking to serve others and help themselves at the same time may want to consider teaming up with the North Florida Health Corps. The AmeriCorps initiative, which is administered by the Health...
And It Could Have Been Worse; Frances Damaged a Couple Structures, Several Trees
Byline: Drew Dixon, Shorelines staff writer Driving along Florida A1A between Ponte Vedra Beach and Vilano Beach, some of St. Johns County's worst damage from Hurricane Frances is visible. The siding was ripped off a beachfront dwelling at 4070...
Arts Center Shows Capacity for Care during Hurricane
Byline: Mary Maraghy, Clay County Line staff writer When they lost power last weekend, a Tanglewood couple packed up their oxygen tanks and went to the brand-new Thrasher-Horne Center for the Arts, as advised by the county's emergency operations...
Beach Shorts
BEACHES CONCERTS One Beaches concert in remembrance of Sept. 11 has been canceled this weekend, but another one is still scheduled. Jacksonville Beach's Sept. 11 Remembrance Concert featuring the Navy Band Southeast, which had been scheduled...
Bereaved Family, Cleanup Firm Trade Suits
Byline: Drew Dixon, Shorelines staff writer The family of a Ponte Vedra Beach woman whose body wasn't found for two weeks after she died in her home last year has countersued a biohazard cleanup company that had sued them over the cleanup job. ...
Big, Bold & Beautiful; Chrysler Turns Concept into Stunning 300 Sedan
Byline: Dan Scanlan, The Times-Union The tease they offered during the 2003 Miami Beach auto show was an enticing one. Chrysler executives pointed to the nose of the powerful-looking V-10-powered Chronos concept car of 1998 and told us to look...
Big Storms Creating Upwind Challenge for Kerry; Hurricanes Have the State Preoccupied, and Bush Has Showed Up to Help, but the Democrat Is Poised to Redouble Efforts
Byline: DAVID DECAMP, The Times-Union As Floridians' attentions were elsewhere, John Kerry's campaign for president spent the past month treading water in the state instead of burnishing his image. Fresh out of the Democratic National Convention,...
Branch of NAACP Seeks New Survey; It Wants to Get a Gauge of Minority Hiring in the Hospitality Industry
Byline: CHRISTOPHER CALNAN, The Times-Union The Jacksonville branch of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People is considering conducting a hospitality industry survey to determine the level of minority hiring following the...
'Canes Win in OT; FSU Falls after Blowing Late 10-Point Lead
Byline: Bob Thomas, The Times-Union MIAMI -- This time Florida State was not done in by an errant kick, though it couldn't have felt any better than a kick to the collective gut of the Seminoles. Fifth-ranked Miami celebrated its Atlantic Coast...
City Offers Its Option on Seaside High-Rises; Council OKs Version to Affirm Building Codes
Byline: Caren Burmeister, Shorelines staff writer In the face of community activists' efforts to control building heights, a city-sponsored amendment that would allow high-rise condos along the oceanfront in Jacksonville Beach will appear on the...
Construction Debris Not Tied to Any Codes
Byline: Caren Burmeister, Shorelines staff writer Some Jacksonville Beach residents are calling for tighter safety controls at construction sites after wind gusts from Hurricane Frances thrust a wood plank off scaffolding at a seven-story condo...
Corky Ties State Mark; Bolles School Coach Records 313th Victory Friday, beatingTallahassee Godby
Byline: JEFF ELLIOTT, The Times-Union It was vintage Corky Rogers at The Bolles School on Friday night. Rogers recorded his 313th high school football coaching win as Bolles rolled to a 51-14 win over Tallahassee Godby in the Bulldogs' season...
Council Proposes Same Property Tax Rate
Byline: Caren Burmeister, Shorelines staff writer The Jacksonville Beach City Council gave initial support for a property tax rate of $3.90 per $1,000 of assessed property value in a five-minute meeting this week that generated no discussion. ...
Crossing Guard Has Worked to Keep Kids Safe for 30 Years
Byline: Amelia A. Hart, Nassau Neighbors staff writer Almost every weekday morning, Amanda McFarland parks her car at Southside Elementary School in Fernandina Beach and waits for the flood. It starts slowly, with a few early-bird students trickling...
Cub Scout Aids Hurricane Shelters; 13 Animal Rescue Agencies Will Be in Pet Adopt-a-Thon
Byline: Dan Scanlan, Staff writer A few coffee cans and a lot of donations from area businesses helped Mandarin Cub Scout Andy Houman make 50 "Can Hurricane Frances" Comfort Kits for area shelters last weekend. The Scout, with Pack 473 at St....
Defenses Clamp Down on Skill Position Stars; Points Are Now Hard to Come by in a Rivalry Once Dominated by Offense
Byline: Garry Smits, The Times-Union MIAMI -- The recent trend of defensive battles in the Florida State vs. Miami rivalry continued Friday in the humid, noisy vat otherwise known as the Orange Bowl. But who would have thought these two teams,...
Different Kind of Friday Night; Not Everyone Happy Game Was Rescheduled on Same Night as Prep Football
Byline: Garry Smits, The Times-Union MIAMI -- It was Friday night lights at the Orange Bowl, but not the usual brand of football traditional for that day and hour. On this night, for this game, Florida State and the University of Miami horned...
Don't Look Up . . . Ivan Is out There
Byline: Lamar Thames, Clay County Line Prior to Hurricane Frances, my wife asked me if I thought we should make plans to evacuate. No, I said. I'm watching the weather reports pretty closely and it looks this one will be a lot like Charley. I...
Drivers Rush to Pumps after Rumors of Gas Rationing
Byline: CHRISTOPHER CALNAN, The Times-Union Some motorists got a little too pumped Friday. Acting on a rationing rumor and encouraged by preparations for Hurricane Ivan, vehicle owners jammed gas stations throughout Florida on Friday. State...
Eagles' Option: Sherrell; Eastern Michigan Runner Tries to Extend 100-Yard Streak Today vs. Gators
Byline: Michael DiRocco, The Times-Union GAINESVILLE -- The option offense is based on misdirection and deception, but it's pretty easy to figure out what Eastern Michigan's game plan will be for today's game at No. 11 Florida. Run Anthony Sherrell....
Evading the Doubters; Michael Vick Is Bent on Proving He Is One of the NFL's Elite Quarterbacks
Byline: PAUL NEWBERRY, The Times-Union FLOWERY BRANCH -- Two years ago, it all came so easy for Michael Vick. A dazzling run at Minnesota. A playoff win in Green Bay. A spot in the Pro Bowl. A staggering array of endorsements. Not bad for his...
Ex-Ribault Star to Miss FSU Women's Season; Williams, Who Made All-ACC Rookie Team, Has "Medical Condition."
Byline: Bob Thomas, The Times-Union TALLAHASSEE -- A trying offseason became more difficult for the Florida State women's basketball team and coach Sue Semrau. Shante Williams, the former Ribault star who earned All-Atlantic Coast Conference...
Fernandina Beach Seeks to Evict McGill Aviation from Airport
Byline: Alison Trinidad, Nassau Neighbors staff writer Less than five months before Super Bowl mania reaches Northeast Florida, Fernandina Beach officials are moving to evict McGill Aviation Corp., the city airport's fixed-base operator. The...
Finland Ousts U.S. in Hockey
Saku Koivu's unchallenged goal with 3:54 left on Friday night lifted Finland to a 2-1 victory over the United States in the World Cup of Hockey semifinals in Minnesota. The Americans, who led 1-0 with 15 minutes remaining, were denied a chance to...
Florida Coastal Cleanup Looking for Volunteers
Byline: John Carter, Times-Union staff writer There are always a few surprises. Sure, most of what they find is pretty predictable: a gazillion cigarette butts, plastic bottles, aluminum cans and plastic bags. Then there's the occasional shocker....
For 'Noles, It Was a 'Sod Game'
Byline: Bob Thomas, The Times-Union Florida State designated Friday night's game at Miami as a "Sod Game," continuing a tradition that began in 1962 when the Seminoles captains returned from Georgia's Sanford Stadium with a piece of turf as a trophy...
Frances Takes Jacksonville by Storm; Residents Sorry to See Trees Down, but 'It's Just Nature's Way'
Byline: John Carter, Times-Union staff writer The couple was a little embarrassed to admit that when the 70-foot oak fell on their ranch-style home Sunday in the Clifton area of Arlington, their biggest concern -- once they realized each other was...
Frances Takes Jacksonville by Storm; Slow-Moving Hurricane's Ferocity Surprises Many Residents
Byline: John Carter, Staff writer Tammy Smallwood said she didn't expect the strength of Hurricane Frances' snarling winds that snapped trees, flattened fences and dropped power lines throughout Springfield. "You didn't hear many predictions...
Frances Takes the County by Storm
Byline: R. Michael Anderson, Clay County Line staff writer Frances, good riddance. That was pretty much the sentiment of people everywhere in Clay County after the remnants of Hurricane Frances left the county littered with thousands of trees,...
Frances Takes the Town by Storm; but at Least This Time, Wills Branch Creek Not Part of Problem
Byline: Sandy Strickland, Staff writer While Hurricane Frances' pelting rains sent waves crashing over the St. Johns River sea wall in Riverside, the notoriously flood-prone Wills Branch Creek stayed within its banks. Residents who live along...
Frances Takes the Town by Storm; Mandarin's Signature Tree Cover Leads to Massive Power Outages
Byline: Dan Scanlan, Staff writer Hurricane Frances' after-effects were still being felt in Mandarin through Tuesday. Residents faced repeated bouts of gusty winds, heavy rain and flooding as they cleaned up fallen trees and utility crews rewired...
Frances Takes the Town by Storm; on Southside, Now It's Time to Clean Up after Hurricane
Byline: Dan Scanlan, Times-Union staff writer The sounds of high winds, battering rain and tumbling trees were replaced with the scrapes of rakes and snarls of chain saws all over the Southside this week, as residents and city crews cleaned up the...
Frances Took the Beaches by Storm
Huge live oak trees came crashing down through people's homes. Portions of others' roofs and walls were blown off by the fierce outer winds of Hurricane Frances. Thousands of people lost power in their homes and businesses for days. Many schools and...
Georgians Told to Be Mindful of Ivan's March; Agencies Warn Residents to Rebuild Their Hurricane Supply Kit and Watch for Flooding
Byline: Teresa Stepzinski, The Times-Union BRUNSWICK -- South Georgia residents should be reviewing and replenishing their evacuation kits, as well as monitoring the path of Hurricane Ivan, authorities said Friday. Emergency management officials...
Gilbert Decides to End Campaign for Neptune Seat
Byline: Christopher F. Aguilar, Shorelines staff writer Neptune Beach Vice Mayor Jimmy Gilbert announced Thursday he will drop out of the race for City Council Seat 2 in the November election to spend more time with his family. Gilbert will serve...
GROUND ZERO; THE BEST AND WORST OF AMERICA It Is Tacky and Touching. It Is Ugly and Beautiful, Depressing and Uplifting, Heartbreaking and Heartening
Byline: MARK WOODS, The Times-Union Times-Union columnist Mark Woods, in New York last week for the Republican National Convention, visited ground zero for the first time and now offers his perspective on the third anniversary of the Sept. 11 terrorist...
Hauler Will Pick Up Yard Trash; Weather Generates Need for Extra Effort
Byline: R. Michael Anderson, Clay County Line staff writer Piles of tree limbs and branches stacked in front of residences throughout Clay County as a result of stormy weather will be removed gradually over the next few weeks, county officials...
Homecoming Week Starts Monday at Middleburg High
Byline: Toi Jefferson, Clay County Line staff writer Homecoming will come early for students at Middleburg High. The student council has announced events for homecoming will begin Monday. This year's theme is "Broncos Take To The Nightlife." ...
Hurricane Leaves a Huge Cleanup Job in Its Wake; Some Traffic Signals Knocked out; There's Flooding in San Marco Area
Byline: Dan Scanlan, Staff writer The sounds of high winds, battering rain and tumbling trees were replaced with the scrapes of rakes and snarls of chain saws all over the Southside this week, as residents and city crews cleaned up the mess left...
Hurricanes Are the Talk of the Beach
Byline: Jackie Rooney, Shorelines columnist There are several schools of thought when it comes to hurricane preparedness. Unfortunately, the Rooney Bin residents went to different schools. While I'm from the college of "preparation is everything,"...
In Education
ADVISORY COUNCIL The West Nassau High School Advisory Council will meet at 4:30 p.m., Monday in the conference room. Parents and community members are welcome to participate. For more information, call the school at 879-3461. REGISTRATION...
Injury Information to Come from del Rio, Not Players
Byline: BART HUBBUCH, The Times-Union When it comes to injuries, Jack Del Rio is bringing back Tom Coughlin's "one voice" philosophy. Several Jaguars players said Friday that Del Rio ordered them in a team meeting this week not to talk with reporters...
Investment Club Offering Workshops in Fernandina
Byline: Alison Trinidad, Nassau Neighbors staff writer People in the Fernandina Beach area who want to know more about investing money now have a place to go -- and it's free. National Association of Investors Corp. is meeting regularly in Fernandina...
Jacksonville Journal
STATE PROVIDES SEVERAL HURRICANE RELIEF NUMBERS Individuals affected by Hurricanes Frances and Ivan can call a free crisis hot line sponsored by UnitedHealthcare and staffed by master's degree-level counselors. Those interested can call (866)...
Keeping the Faith
GOSPEL OF JOHN Atlanta actor Brad Sherrill, who was voted the city's best dramatic actor by Atlanta Magazine, will perform The Gospel of John at 6:30 p.m. Sunday and Monday in the sanctuary of First Presbyterian Church, 9 N. Sixth St. For more...
Keystone Heights Copes with Effects of High Wind, Rain
Byline: Anne Sponholtz, Clay County Line correspondent Across southern Clay County, only a few yards were not scattered with debris, branches and fallen trees. Electricity was restored to the Keystone Heights business section by Monday afternoon....
Kmart Ending Its Run with Bargain Blowout; Home Depot Taking over Space
Byline: Maggie FitzRoy, Shorelines staff writer Dana Carver loves to shop at Kmart, especially the Kmart at South Beach Regional shopping center in Jacksonville Beach. "I just found out today it was closing," Carver said recently as she shopped...
Late Opener: JU Set for Wingate; Hurricane Frances Has Set the Dolphins Behind as Unbeaten Foe Awaits
Byline: ALEX ABRAMS, The Times-Union Jacksonville University tight end Justin Knowles wants to hit someone. So does running back Chad Davis. And who could blame them? Because of poor weather conditions caused by Hurricane Frances, the Dolphins'...
LAW; Judging Candidates
One of the issues that we hope to hear Mel Martinez and Betty Castor discuss during their U.S. Senate campaign is the Democratic filibuster against judicial nominee Janice Rogers Brown. Newsweek says Brown, a member of the California Supreme Court,...
Man without Power Charged in Vandalism at Clay Electric
Clay County deputies arrested a 23-year-old man who had been without power in the spray-painting of Clay Electric Cooperative Inc.'s office building this week. David Nolan McCall, who lives on Neptune Road, was charged Thursday with criminal mischief,...
Many Still Living without Electricity; Those Hit Hard by Hurricane Frances Wait in Long Lines for City Assistance with Ice, Water, Food
Byline: MATT GALNOR, The Times-Union The line ballooned at the door and snaked a few hundred people deep down Jacksonville's New Kings Road early Friday morning. When the line did move along, it was mostly because frustrated people went home,...
Morning Briefs
POWER OUTAGES AT CROSSING GATES DELAY RELIEF TRAINS Power shortages are slowing Florida East Coast Railway trains bound from Jacksonville to Miami with food and supplies for Hurricane Frances recovery efforts. The outages have left electrically...
Nassau Notes
RIVER MEETING The St. Marys River Management Committee's monthly meeting will be at 7 p.m. Monday in the Nassau County annex at 45401 Mickler St. in Callahan. The public is invited. OPERATION SKATE Operation Skate's Sept. 7 meeting has...
Neptune Beach Set to Raise Noise Violation Fines
Byline: Christopher F. Aguilar, Times-Union staff writer The Neptune Beach City Council will vote on legislation Monday that would double fines for violations of the city's noise ordinance. The action is meant to help residents of Margaret Street,...
Northeast St. Johns Pulls through; Damage 'Minimal'
Byline: Drew Dixon, Shorelines staff writer The St. Johns County Auditorium was dark and humid as county commissioners met Wednesday morning to vote to postpone their regular meeting for a week. It was indicative of the large portions of St....
Orange Park Gives First OK to New Fees, Changed Services
Byline: Mary Maraghy, Clay County Line staff writer Orange Park's water, sewer and garbage fees will likely increase while town employees may stop picking up stray animals and recycling newspaper to cut costs to balance the town's 2004-05 budget....
Outages Disrupt Life of Thousands; Some Aren't Happy with Clay Electric
Byline: R. Michael Anderson, Clay County Line staff writer Northeast Florida was dealt a strong dose of high winds and driving rain this week, which flooded some areas and left thousands of trees toppled in virtually every neighborhood in Clay...
Police Briefs; 2 Armed Robberies 15 Minutes Apart May Be Related
Byline: Dan Scanlan, Times-Union staff writer The first robbery interrupted a 41-year-old victim's cellular telephone call late Tuesday, causing him to lose the telephone and his keys at gunpoint outside an apartment at 3770 Toledo Road. The...
POLICE BRIEFS; Drug-Related Fight at Post Office Leads to Arrests of 2
Following is a list of arrests and crimes reported by Beaches area police departments: ATLANTIC BEACH Police arrested two men Aug. 30 and charged one with possession of drug paraphernalia and the second with possession of crack cocaine after...
Police Briefs; Man Pulled from River, Charged with Theft
Byline: Sandy Strickland, Staff writer A 26-year-old man was arrested on an armed robbery charge at 6:10 p.m. Sept. 4 after he was pulled from the St. Johns River, where he was trying to hide from police. The man was charged with robbing Lake...
Preparing for Another Storm
Byline: Christopher Calnan and Thomas Lake, The Times-Union OK, we've been through this before. We got ready for Charley, and it didn't come here. We got ready for Frances, and enough of it came here to seriously inconvenience just about all of...
PUBLIC SAFETY; Robbery Suspect's Leap into St. Johns a Bad Idea
Byline: R. Michael Anderson, Clay County Line staff writer An Orange Park robbery suspect is behind bars today, but at least he's alive. He could have drowned after jumping into the choppy waters of the St. Johns River in a desperate attempt to...
Regional Saturday
Byline: Alex Abrams, The Times-Union NO. 10 WEST VIRGINIA (1-0) AT UCF (0-1), 6 p.m.: After attending his mother's funeral last Saturday, first-year UCF coach George O'Leary returns to the sideline at just the right time. The Golden Knights will...
Rix Looking Good . . . When off the Field
Byline: Mike Freeman, The Times-Union MIAMI -- There is not a quarterback in college football who looks the part more than Pretty Boy. He strutted onto the Orange Bowl field in the minutes before he was to play his nemesis like he was a runway model....
Roundup
KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 19, FLEMING ISLAND 0: On the second play of the game, Keystone quarterback Tyler Davis threw 79 yards and a touchdown to wide receiver Chad Hapner. . . . The visiting Indians' defense recovered four of seven Fleming Island fumbles....
Schools Hold Up OK . . . Mostly; in Some Cases, Kids Were Ready to Get Back
Byline: Mary Maraghy, Clay County Line staff writer With another day off from Orange Park Elementary School, sisters Heather and Haley Wood on Wednesday morning searched movie titles in the children's section at the Orange Park branch library. ...
Sea Turtle Nests Suffer from Frances
Byline: Christopher F. Aguilar, Shorelines staff writer Twenty-two of the 28 remaining sea turtle nests from Ponte Vedra Beach south to Vilano Beach washed out because of storm surges caused by Hurricane Frances last weekend, officials said. ...
Sec Saturday
Byline: Steve Kirk, The Times-Union NO. 18 AUBURN (1-0) AT MISSISSIPPI STATE (1-0), 12:30 p.m. (WJTX TV-4): It's no wonder Auburn coach Tommy Tuberville has told his players he wants them to get more physical this week. After all, Sylvester Croom's...
Small-Town Values in Springfield
Byline: Tonyaa Weathersbee, Times-Union columnist Brent Staton has lived in historic Springfield for more than 20 years. But he grew up in Harlan, Ky., in a mining town he describes as being reminiscent of Mayberry. Yet Staton can't stop himself...
Sports Extra
Byline: Compiled by Alex Abrams, The Times-Union KICKING YOURSELF There are no guarantees or gimmes when it comes to kicking field goals and extra points. History has shown that. So has the Florida State-Miami series. But there have been two...
State Closing Key Bridge on Heckscher; Span at Shad Creek Has Storm Damage, near Perilous Stage
Byline: David Bauerlein, The Times-Union A bridge on Heckscher Drive, which is a hurricane evacuation route in northeast Jacksonville, will close Monday for emergency repairs for up to two weeks after storm-driven currents caused severe erosion...
Storm Brings Different Kind of Business
Byline: Maggie FitzRoy, Shorelines staff writer On Tuesday, business is normally light at the Hilton Garden Inn in Ponte Vedra Beach. After the usual whirlwind of weekend visitors leave, Mondays and Tuesdays are the quietest days of the week. ...
STORM CLEANUP; Dealing with Fallen Trees and Limbs
If you're wondering how to deal with limbs and trees Frances scattered as it brushed past Northeast Florida, keep in mind the following guidelines: -- Waste pickup resumed Tuesday. However, with the number of downed trees, schedules could vary,...
Storms Calm Mounting Criticism of Governor; It's Been a Rough Year for Bush, but Even Democrats Praise the Job He's Done during the Hurricanes
Byline: J. TAYLOR RUSHING, Capital Bureau Chief TALLAHASSEE -- Hurricanes may have done something to Gov. Jeb Bush that Florida's courts and state officials had been unable to do: stop a slump. Charley, Frances and, potentially, Ivan have devastated...
Storm Sinks Several Boats at NAS Marina
Byline: CLENNON L. KING, River City News correspondent Dave Kyser spent Tuesday wading into of the St. Johns River to board his sunken sailboat and save what he could. Rough winds from Hurricane Frances jerked the 27-foot vessel free from its...
Surviving Cancer Leads to Changes
Byline: Alison Trinidad, Nassau Neighbors staff writer Cancer has changed Barbara Dahlgren. Thirteen years after she was diagnosed with breast cancer, Dahlgren says she's a better person because of it. "Certainly kinder, and certainly more...
Tigers Want Their Glass Trophy Back
Byline: ALEX ABRAMS, The Times-Union Edward Waters College quarterback Dexter Davis knows what's at stake today. Along with the chance to remain undefeated, the Tigers can reclaim the glass trophy they surrendered to Shaw University following...
Town Debates: Grow or Keep Things Small? Callahan: Some Want to Keep Rural Life
Byline: Amelia A. Hart, Nassau Neighbors staff writer Betty Jean Maynard moved to the outskirts of Callahan looking to leave behind the urban problems she dealt with in Atlantic Beach and embrace the joys of rural life. On her Clemmons Road property...
Vikings Find a Place for Ex-Bronco Owens
Byline: Brent Beaird, Clay County Line Christmas came early for Richard Owens this year. On Sept. 4, Owens, a 1999 Middleburg High graduate, discovered he had made the roster for the Minnesota Vikings , the final day for NFL teams to trim their...
Weather Channel Overload
Byline: Derek L. Kinner, Nassau Neighbors editor Is this some kind of joke? Just before coming into work Thursday I saw Al Roker on the Today show display a new graphic that shows Hurricane Ivan heading our way. I don't need to remind anybody...
Wells Runs over, around Jackson High; Sandalwood Back Gains 269 Rushing Yards, 2 TDs in Team's Delayed 2004 Opener
Byline: JASON SCHNEIDER, The Times-Union For all the talk about Sandalwood's transfers -- quarterback Rusty Smith and linebacker Marvin Sapp -- it was a familiar face that pulled the Saints through against Jackson. Maurice Wells rushed for two...
Westside Comes out on Top; in a Clash of Neighborhood Powers, White Has a Little Too Much for Raines
Byline: Chase Goodbread, The Times-Union Hanging from a fence behind the south end zone at White High on Friday night hung a sign that read, "Pride of the Westside." Inside the Commanders' field house, a wall painted "Westside Champions" with a...
Where You'll Find Future Favorites; We've Compiled a List of Must-Stop Shopping Locations for Your Next Trip to Manhattan
Byline: JENNIFER FISH, The Times-Union New York -- the shopping mecca -- is overrun this week by too-thin models, credit-card-carrying socialites, fashion-conscious celebs and the heavy-hitters of American design. It's Fashion Week in New York,...
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