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By Rabbi Shmuley Boteach
Topic - The Herald
In an effort to finish a project Bill Hardacre dedicated his life to, the Paramount Theatre is asking for donations to completely eliminate the debt the 85-year-old building still owes.
Some students and faculty members at Winthrop University say they were surprised to find out the school increased summer school tuition by 40 percent this year.
America's enveloping automobile culture is full of gleaming hot-rodded cars, resplendent in shiny chrome and with paintwork so perfect it looks 3 feet deep.
Genie Arnold calls the freckles on her granddaughter's face "angel kisses."
A western Maryland teenager has been found not competent to stand trial in the slaying of his grandparents.
The Illinois Department of Agriculture is getting ready to begin spraying for gypsy months, an invasive species that can kill oak trees.
PetSmart Inc. says it's closing a distribution center in Hagerstown that employs more than 50 people.
Indiana's failure to "do the right thing" with money from the 1998 tobacco settlement has cost the state $63 million in health funding, a state lawmaker says.
A pre-Civil War plantation in Durham will be the setting of a film that a Raleigh production company plans to release next spring to coincide with the 150th anniversary of the war's end.
Huntington firefighters have a new boat to help respond to emergencies on the Ohio River.
Typical allowance money purchases for children and teenagers might seem obvious: cellphones, computers, possibly some video games.
A woman accused with three others in the strangulation deaths of two Joliet men has pleaded guilty to concealing a homicide and robbery charges.
Officials are working on the details of transferring ownership of Anderson's iconic Wigwam gymnasium to the city as part of the effort to save it.
A Hagerstown man is starting a six-year prison term for his role in an arson spree last year that did more than $400,000 worth of damage to vehicles and buildings.
One of Anderson's most well-known athletes was recognized for his contributions to the city and Indiana with a Sagamore of the Wabash award on Tuesday.