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For the second time this year, the Fallbrook Union High School District is seeking a new trustee following the resignation of a board member. Trustee Cliff Sumrall is resigning from the board effective Oct. 22 because he plans to move outside the
After serving as the Camp Pendleton liaison to the Fallbrook Union High School District for the past four years, James O'Donnell now has a seat on the board. District trustees on Monday selected O'Donnell as the board member who will serve the
What do the King Nebuchadnezzar II and James O'Donnell of Pekin have in common? The king, according to legend, built one of the Seven Wonders of the World to please his home-sick wife back in about 575 B.C. O'Donnell has built something smaller, but
The News Journal Filed Under Conceleta Patterson Berbick crouched by the water meter in her laundry room, watching a small blue wheel turn as water ran from her kitchen faucet Wednesday morning. Berbick has conducted the test before, while searching
Written by Filed Under John Gromosiak was in his 60s, an established artist living in Dayton, Ohio, when he read an article in the American Legion magazine about efforts in Indianapolis to build a monument to the ill-fated Navy ship named for the
HarperCollins, New York Irony courses through these pages like adrenaline. "If you seek the last day of the Roman Empire, you'll have many choices," James O'Donnell extrapolates. "Rome to be sure still holds our imaginations," the author postulates,
Ignore, for a moment, the absolute love affair this city still has with the restaurant's namesake. When the restaurant had its grand opening party two weeks ago (the actual opening was late August), Michigan Avenue 's east sidewalk was impassable,
O'Donnell, 60, of Wareham died Saturday, September 3, 2011 at Mass...Born in Boston, she was the daughter of the late Joseph L. & Beatrice L. (Mason) O'Donnell. Survivors include her husband; two sons, Michael O'Donnell of Middleboro and Matthew O'
Hermann for News No one knows for sure who this man is. Manhattan prosecutors are trying to force an international man of mystery being held in a weapons case to give up his DNA so they can pin down his identity.
A Des Moines police officer who was fired this year for his alleged sexual advances against a woman in the back of a squad car has pleaded guilty to two misdemeanor charges, according to court records filed late Monday afternoon. Maynard Richardson