Mayoral candidate swap barbs in debate
At the close of an often-spirited mayoral election debate Monday night, Mayor Teresa Tomlinson and challenger Colin Martin got more pointed toward each other in closing statements than voters have so far seen.
The Washington Evening Journal
Parker to visit Washington, D.C.
This is a picture of Russ Parker when he was over in South Korea during the Korean War.
The Ossining Daily Voice
Northern Westchester Man Worked Undercover In CIA, As Presidential Adviser
Donald Gregg meets with Kim Dae-jung, who served as President of the Republic of Korea from 1998 to 2003, and won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2000.
LaGrange Daily News
1939: New church construction, city photogra...
Contract is Let for Methodist Church Buildings - Work on a new $56,275 parsonage and Sunday school annex for the First Methodist Church in LaGrange will begin Monday morning, J.K. Boatwright, chairman of the building committee, announced today following awarding of a contract for the construction project.
Free Flicks During Spring Break in D.C.
If you're racking your brain looking for things to do with them for the next week, the free movie scene is most definitely an option, with family-friendly flicks dominating this week.
Death meets taxes
There are winners and there are losers when it comes to taxes, said Rep. Jeff Wilson, last Monday night at a forum on taxes held at the Park House.
The Washington Post
D.C. says it's out of options as it begins to turn homeless families away from shelters
Jenique Fultz waits outside the Virginia Williams Family Resource Center in Northeast Washington on Thursday in hopes of finding housing.
Traveling wall finds permanent home at museum
Families gathered Friday for the Dignity Memorial Vietnam Wall Dedication ceremony at the National Infantry Museum, following the graduation of Infantry Soldiers from C Company, 2nd Battalion, 19th Infantry Regiment.