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Rev. Lois Keen blesses pets outside Grace Episcopal Church in Norwalk. The church's last service will take place Sunday morning.
The latest round of cutting-edge aerospace technology feels very Zen to me. Much like SpaceX's Grasshopper Vertical Takeoff Vertical Landing vehicle, this Lockheed Martin F-35B jet is capable of vertical take-offs and landings and appears to hover in the air in a sort of meditative state that seems odd for a military fighter.
At the Route 27 Walmart in Edison, individuals collected cash in plastic jars, saying the money would go to the Child Protection Education of America organization or to Toys for Tots, police said.
After three decades in the real estate business, Barbara Phaup is starting a new chapter in her life.
A former Marine entered a plea to lesser charges in a case alleging he had sex with an Elon student while she was passed out.
As a young Marine electronics technician at Camp Lejeune in the mid-1970s, the Massachusetts man figured he'd dumped hundreds of gallons of toxic solvents onto the ground.
Gen. James F. Amos, the 35th Commandant of the Marine Corps, speaks to Marine officers and staff noncommisioned officers during the Heritage Brief at the Pentagon in Washington on May 30, 2012.
Mary Blakely clears dirt and grass from a 60-year-old temporary tin marker in the 'Babyland' section of Onslow Memorial Park in Jacksonville, N.C., on Feb.
As growth in its core catering business slows, Sodexo is helping oil rig workers stay fit and convicts get in touch with their inner artist as it seeks a bigger share of life outside the kitchen.
A homicide bomber detonated a car laden with explosives late last week killing 15.
Photo by Brittany Murray / Staff Photographer 5/18/13 - World War II veterans wave to the crowd during the 54th Annual Armed Forces Day parade in Torrance, California.
Florencia Aviles Marine Corps Pfc. Florencia Aviles has graduated from recruit training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot in Parris Island, S.C. Aviles, the daughter of Florencia and Martin Aviles of Yuma, is a 2012 graduate of Cibola High School.
U.S. Marine Corps veteran Sgt. Edward S. Passetto was laid to rest on Friday morning, earning acknowledgment from God, his country and his local community.
The two had known each other less than three weeks when they found themselves inside helicopters about to land off a Cambodian island, and were easy targets for a firestorm of Khmer Rouge bullets and rocket-propelled grenades.