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Obituary: Marcelle Shyne

Marcelle Shyne, 63, of Bozeman died Thursday, March 10, 2022. She was born in Bozeman to Michaela Shyne and Norman Shyne on December 7, 1958, the fourth of six children. Growing up, she attended Emerson, Willson, Bozeman Junior, and Senior High Schools. She was an avid swimmer and a member of the Bozeman Bees Swim […]

Astros 2022 Minor League Spring Training...

WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — Sara Goodrum began working as an intern with the Brewers in April 2017, after playing softball at the University of Oregon and earning a master’s degree in exercise and sports science at the University of Utah. She rose to the position of Minor League hitting coordinator four years later and […]

Preview of Sunday’s All-American Under A

The Under Armor All-American Tour hits the West Coast this weekend and features some of the nation’s top talent in every position. Mission Viejo, Calif., will be the location for this year’s Under Armor AA Camp, which will feature nearly 200 top players from the 2023, 2024 and 2025 classes. […]

James Dillon Obituary (1939 – 2022) – At

DILLON, Jr., James Royall James Royal Dillon, Jr., died February 23, 2022, surrounded by his family. He was 82 years old. Jim, or “Jimmy” as he was known in early adulthood, was born August 17, 1939, in Lynchburg, Virginia, the eldest of five children. At an early age, he moved with his family to Columbus, […]

Things to do in Miami: Soccer Mommy at G...

What was the one thing you hung on to in 2020 as the room crumbled around you, and why was it Soccer Mommy’s color theory? Nashville native Sophie Allison, better known as Soccer Mommy, gave the world the sonic salute on February 28, 2020, just weeks before we all started climbing the walls. More than […]

“A lot of love”: La Jollans organizes ga

When their disabled daughter and her classmates showed signs of anxiety early in the COVID-19 pandemic, Marjan and Tom Pousti worked to build their confidence through activity and interaction. La Jolla Shores residents have been hosting a program in their backyard since the summer of 2020 in which their daughter Nikki, 22, and 10-15 other […]

Wilfred ‘Will’ R. Illig | News, Sports,

Illig Wilfred “Will” Bald Eagle’s 81-year-old R. Illig entered into eternal rest Saturday afternoon at UPMC Altoona after a long illness. He was born in Cresson to Kenneth and Margaret (Miller) Illig. On August 3, 1959, he married Gwenvere Westover and together they shared 62 years of marriage. Will is survived […]

Deja Vu: Heim Takes Second Straight Vict...

DeLand, Fla. Daniel Dye, who attends high school a few miles from Daytona, finishes third DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (February 19, 2022) – Corey Heim and Venturini Motorsports experienced deja vu Saturday at Daytona International Speedway. Last year, Heim and his team opened the season with a superspeedway victory when he won the race after an […]

A new college access program for young p...

Long Beach City College and the University of Southern California are launching a new program aimed at increasing access to college for youth who have been associated with gangs. The goal of the program, which begins this summer, is to help up to 300 prospective students with gang ties enroll and succeed at Long Beach […]

Michael Feinstein reflects on Liza Minne...

Liza Minnelli and Barry Manilow performed at her wedding. Judge Judy officiated. In the early 1990s he broke bread with Frank Sinatra at Sinatra, and at the age of 20 he was introduced to the late and great lyricist Ira Gershwin of songwriting fame from George-and -Ira-Gershwin. He spent the next six years apprenticed as […]

‘It’s glamping’: Daytona 500 fans find b

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (QUEEN CITY NEWS) — Fans hoping to attend the Daytona 500 are out of luck as the event is sold out, from grandstand seats to the RV parking lot. Track officials expect up to 130,000 people at the track on Sunday. There are hundreds of different places from which you can watch […]

Kathryn Kleckley Obituary (2022) – Hilto

Kathryn Lois Kleckley February 12, 2022 Hilton Head Island, South Carolina – Kathryn Lois Kleckley (known to many as “KK”), beloved daughter, sister, niece, cousin, aunt, neighbor and friend, died Saturday, February 12, 2022 of causes nature at home on Hilton Head Island. She had just turned 36. Kathryn earned a business degree in 2008 […]

George Greenman Obituary (1933 – 2022) –

MSgt. George C. Greenman, USAF (retired) October 9, 1933 – February 10, 2022 Bonaire, Georgia – MSgt. George C. Greenman, USAF (ret.), 88, of Bonaire, GA died Thursday, February 10, 2022. George was born on October 9, 1933 in Daytona Beach, Florida to the late Nettie Mae and Jack Carlton Greenman. He lived his early […]

‘dr. Joe’s piano teacher to hundreds of

Dr Joseph Line [courtesy] By: Jen Russon A local musician, affectionately known to his many students as ‘Dr. Joe’ passed away peacefully and unexpectedly, after a distinguished career as a pianist, organist, church musician, bandleader and teacher. He was 73 years old. “Dr. Joe leaves a legacy of half a century of students whose lives […]

VB charter school draws Virginia governo...

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WAVY) — Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin has made school choice and charter schools part of his education program. He wants $150 million to create 20 new charter schools, including “lab innovation” schools, in Virginia. The State Senate Killed (SB 125) charter school bill, but the House of Delegates bill (HB 356) for […]

Expedition music store, owner that exten...

The Harbor Beach music store has unveiled an expansion that will hopefully see it and its owner go beyond teaching music and selling instruments. The Expedition Music Store has been working to expand its operations by moving adjacent to its original space to its first location, allowing more space to display instruments and allow musicians […]

Obituary: Daniel Jason Tibbetts – Centra

Daniel Jason Tibbets GRAY – Daniel Jason Tibbetts, 49, died suddenly on January 24, 2022. Daniel was born in Portsmouth, NH and later grew up in Bingham. Predeceased by his grandparents Blaine and Jeanette Tibbetts, Donald and Candide West; and her father, Barry Tibbetts. He is survived by his loving mother, Violet Tibbetts; beloved wife, […]

The “wild” and wacky of the Miami Marath

The Miami Marathon has always emphasized inclusion as part of its mission. It’s one of the most multicultural races in the world – with runners flocking from all over Latin America, especially to race in Miami – and competitors with disabilities dotting the field. So it was a logical step to add a new category […]

Betty Frampton Obituary (1927 – 2022) –

Betty Lorraine Frampton, longtime Mammoth and Bishop resident, passed away peacefully on January 17, 2022 with her family by her side. She was 94 years old.Betty was born on July 3, 1927 at the Pomona Valley Hospital to Guy and Gladys Musgrove. Betty lived in Pomona and Claremont for most of her youth with her […]

NSWCDD Dam Neck Activity Board Owner Ret...

VIRGINIA BEACH, Virginia – According to the Naval History and Heritage Command, a plank owner is “a person who was a member of the crew of a ship when that ship was commissioned.” Today, the term is defined in different ways by different Navy units and is often used to describe someone who has been […]

Bob Marley’s 77th Birthday Complete Cale

[KINGSON, Jamaica] – Bob Marley Day is commemorated each year on his birthday, February 6, with a variety of activities around the world. This year, as part of the 77th anniversary celebrations, there will be 7 days with 7 main events. Including a beach cleanup, sound shock, music industry seminars, two art installations and not […]

East Volusia Community Notes, January 28...

Ormond Resident Hazmat Responder of the Year Ormond Beach resident Heather Lorimor of Volusia County Fire Rescue was named the 2021 Hazmat Responder of the Year at the annual Fire-Rescue East Conference on Jan. 19 at the Ocean Center in Daytona Beach. Ms. Lorimore is a graduate of Seabreeze High School and earned an associate’s […]

Pompano Beach celebrates Black History M...

Pompano Beach Arts will celebrate Black History Month with a stellar lineup of educational and entertaining events. Join us for new art exhibits and events, concerts, film poetry and more, culminating in the Pioneer Ball, which honors local business owners past and present. For details on each event visit, “We are very pleased to […]

Nine cities share $745,000 in grants to ...

WASHINGTON, January 20, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The American Conference of Mayors (USCM) and the American Beverage Foundation for a Healthy America (ABFHA) announced during the 90and USCM Annual Winter Meeting of the Winners of the 2022 Childhood Obesity Prevention and Environmental Health and Sustainability Awards, granting $745,000 in nine US cities. Since the beginning of […]

Charles Lee Hurst, III – Shore Daily New

Mr. Charles Lee Hurst III, 79, died Monday, January 10, 2022 at his home in Peaceful Acres in Jamesville, Virginia. Born June 25, 1942 in Lee Mont, Virginia, he was the son of the late Charles Lee Hurst, Jr. and the late Mamie Porter Hurst. Charles graduated from Parksley High School andimmediately enrolled in the […]

How teens can take a vacation and benefi...

Scuba diving is just one of the many free water sports offered to Beaches Resorts guests. Resorts Did you know you could go on vacation – and do good while feeling good?? Through Beaches’ newest volunteer-teenism program, Island Impact, full-time students can earn community service hours through a variety of volunteer activities, including community outreach, […]

Obituaries of Joan Lucia (1928 – 2022) –

The world lost another wonderful and generous person on January 12, 2021. Joanne Elizabeth Dobbs Lucia died of natural causes after living a long and fulfilling life of over 93 years. She approached life with the idea that if there was one experience she hadn’t had, it was her goal to try at least once. […]

Eric Weddle sets up unlikely comeback fo...

FILE – Los Angeles Rams safety Eric Weddle looks on during an NFL football training camp in Irvine, California July 30, 2019. Weddle is coming out of retirement to join the Los Angeles Rams for the playoffs. (AP Photo/Kelvin Kuo, File) Kelvin Kuo PA LOS ANGELES The Los Angeles Rams are scheduled to play without […]

Local Advocate Continues to Defend the A...

TUPELO, Miss. The artistic community has long been the heart of Tupelo. With arts education embedded in public schools and countless outlets for dance, theater and music, Tupelo has made it a priority to make arts experiences tangible for all ages. Mary Frances Massey is the product of these efforts. A singer, dancer, instrumentalist and […]

The ban on transgender athletes, support...

FILE – Advocates for transgender people march from the South Dakota Governor’s mansion to the Capitol in Pierre, SD, March 11, 2021. A South Dakota legislative committee on Friday, Jan. 14, 2022 approved a bill championed by the governor Kristi Noem to ban transgender women and girls from participating in school sports leagues that match […]

Lawrence Michael Olivero 1943-2021 • Ata

Lawrence Michael Olivero, known only as Mike, died on December 30, 2021, with his wife Therese by his side. It was a day before their 51st wedding anniversary. He was 78 years old. Mike was born to Lawrence and Nelda (Parks) Olivero on April 21, 1943 in Long Beach, California. He graduated from Warren High […]

Long Island’s only surf team competes in

LONG BEACH, NY – It might not be surfing season, but considering the weather, it’s a good time to think warm thoughts. Long Beach High School students are the only ones on Long Island who can take surfing as a curriculum. Started by the late surf teacher Danny Bobis over a decade ago, they use […]

Obituary of Sheldon Taubman (1936 – 2022

Dr Sheldon Taubman, 85, of Boca Raton, Fla., Passed away on January 6, 2022.Born in Cleveland Heights on October 8, 1936, Sheldon graduated from Cleveland Heights High School. He received a BSc from Northwestern University, followed by MD and PhD from Case Western Reserve University. He lived in Northeast Ohio until 1966, when he and […]

Byron Scott Lovell | Obituary

Byron Scott Lovell, 24, of Sinking Valley, Altoona, died early Tuesday, January 4, 2022 at UPMC Altoona. He was born July 7, 1997 in Roaring Spring, son of Scott Michael and Lisa (Welsh) Lovell. His parents survive; paternal grandparents, Lynn and Barbara Lovell; Aunt Kelly Detwiler (Larry), their children, Courtney and Mackenzie; Aunt Kim Frey […]

Northland campsites and beaches, a hot s...

Ari James, 10, with dad Josh James, Sam Errington with Mia 9, and Beau Riddell, 11, Stu Bird, with Adelaide, 3, and Mikey McLellan. Photo / Tania Whyte A steady downpour on Friday – one of the few so far this summer – saw campers heading into town for the day or spending time in […]

Obituary: Harold L. Brigham – Portland P

Harold L. Brigham OLD ORCHARD BEACH – Harold L. Brigham, 81, passed away peacefully on January 4, 2022 in a Portland hospital. He was born in Portland on September 8, 1940, son of Harold and Marie (Shaw) Brigham. Harold graduated from South Portland High School in 1958. He married Donna Higgins in 1960 and together […]

Réjeanne Kowalski obituary (1931 – 2021)

Réjeanne Kowalski, 90, from Bristol, left this land peacefully on New Years Eve (December 31, 2021). Her last week was spent having a merry Christmas party with her loving family. Réjeanne “Rej” was born in Bristol on November 19, 1931, daughter of the late Agnès and Sam Baillargeon. She lived and attended school in Bristol […]

Cindy Prewitt named Laguna Beach Citizen...

Cindy Prewitt is President of Laguna Beach Live !. Photo courtesy of Cindy Prewitt Cindy Prewitt, founder of Laguna Beach Live !, was named Citizen of the Year 2022 by the Laguna Beach Patriot‘s Day Parade of the committee, according to a press release Wednesday. Prewitt will appear in the 55th Annual Patriots Parade on […]

🌱 Orange County Applicants Advance and R

Hello, neighbors! It’s me again, Ashley Ludwig, your host for Orange County Daily. First of all, the weather forecast for the day: Clouds breaking for a little sun. High: 65 Low: 45. Here are the best stories in Orange County today: Disneyland’s Star Tours celebrates 35 years-ans this weekend. What is your favorite place to […]

Obituary of Sandra Wadhams (1941 – 2021)

Sandra Louise WadhamsOctober 7, 1941 – December 19, 2021Santa Cruz residentSandra Wadhams passed away peacefully at home surrounded by her loving family on December 19 due to complications from a fall.Sandra was born in Santa Cruz, California to Frederick and Carol (Main) Clapp. She graduated from Campbell High School in 1959. After high school, she […]

RICHARD VAIL Obituary (2022) – Norwood,

VAIL, Richard M. “Rick” Jr., 52, of Norwood, MA, passed away peacefully at home on January 2, 2022, surrounded by his loving family. Rick was the beloved husband of Susan J. (Gearty) Vail for 27 years; and the loving father of Jake Vail and his fiancee Michaela Purdy of Arlington, VA, and Sarah Vail of […]

Georgia football’s Kirby Smart, Michigan

DANIA BEACH, Fla .– The head coaches of the first game of college football playoffs featuring alumni at the top of their respective programs took part in the mandatory joint press conference on Thursday morning. Given these times with the omicron variant spread, Georgia’s Kirby Smart and Michigan’s Jim Harbaugh were only together virtually the […]

The NoVA concerts, shows and festivals t...

As we turn the page for a new year, there is much to look forward to across the region. From comedy shows to cocktail classes, when you start filling your 2022 calendar, be sure to add some of these must-see January events. January 1stComedy laugh partyKick off 2022 with a night of laughs starring Cedric […]

George Leasor Obituary (2021) – Stanwood

Stanwood – On Monday, November 15, 2021, George E Leasor, at the age of 93, passed peacefully from this life on earth to his heavenly abode to be with his Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ. He spent his last days in the house of his daughter Gina, surrounded by several of his grandchildren and great-grandchildren. […]

A resident of Chesterton defending the d...

Victoria Wittig, a resident of Chesterton, poses for a photo at the kiosk in Thomas Centennial Park in downtown Chesterton. She is a Senior Program Specialist at Save the Dunes. LOIS TOMASZEWSKI / photo Senior Save the Dunes Specialist Victoria Wittig has been a lifelong nature lover, inspired, in part, by vacationing at her grandfather’s […]

First night and first day celebrations

The first night celebrations are fast approaching. (Photos courtesy of Ocean City) The popular Ocean City First Night will return for the 29th time this year, and a full range of entertainment and activities remains planned for the December 31st celebration. First Night offers more than 70 entertainment programs in 20 different locations across the […]

Charlyn Ann Wagner Schmidt | News, Spor...

Charlyn ann wagner schmidt Charlyn Ann Wagner Schmidt, 95, of Williamstown, WV, died on Saturday, December 18, 2021 at Waterview Pointe in Marietta, Ohio. She was born on October 9, 1926 in Marietta, Ohio, to the late Reverend Frederick C. and Helen E. Koon Wagner. Charlyn attended Norwood Elementary School and Marietta High School where […]

Obituary of December 22, 2021 | Georget...

David cantley David Clyde Cantley, 74, husband of Janice Ethridge Cantley, died Sunday December 12, 2021 at MUSC Florence. Mr. Cantley was born November 26, 1947 in Williamsburg County, the son of the late Charles Boyd Cantley and Hattie Cox Cantley. He attended Williamsburg County schools and owned and operated Cantley’s Metal Works for over […]

Meet Dave Kelley, the Manistee County ma...

Driving and classic cars have been a big part of Dave Kelley’s life. He is a driver for Manistee County Dial-A-Ride and is well known for his collection of classic cars. This collection took a huge hit in 2013 when the building where he stored the cars burned down, costing him 10 of his beauties. […]

Obituary: Cheryl D. Sterling – Portland

Cheryl D. Sterling WATERBORO – On Wednesday, November 3, 2021, Cheryl D. Sterling unexpectedly left her family and set out on her final journey to join her loved ones who had blazed the trail before her. Daughter of the late Harry F. Davis and Hazel Bilow Davis of Portland, Maine. Born in Amsterdam, NY, Cheryl […]

Obituary of David Ross (1962 – 2021-12-0

Lowell David William Ross, 59, of Lowell, MA, died Thursday, December 9, 2021 at Lowell General Hospital surrounded by his loving family. He was married to Judith Ross (Almeida) with whom he celebrated his 28th wedding anniversary on June 19. Born in Medford, MA, he was the son of the late Donald Ross and Barbara […]

Obituary: Laura Joan Tanous-Marshall – P

Laura Joan Tanous-Marshall LEWISTON – Laura Joan Tanous-Marshall, 58, of North Turner, died on December 7, 2021, after an excruciating battle with Covid-19. Laura was born on November 6, 1963, the second child of Charles and Cynthia Downing Tanous. She was a faithful believer and walked with Jesus Christ. Laura believed that we were not […]

December 10-12 in Brevard County: lots o...

Support local journalism: Find the offers for new subscribers here: Special offers – USATodayNetwork. Melbourne Community Orchestra celebrates ‘Snowfall’ Audiences are in the dark when the Melbourne Community Orchestra presents “Snowfall,” a pair of concerts at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday and Thursday, December 15 and 16 at the Melbourne Auditorium, 625 Hibiscus Blvd. Both evenings […]

Long-running music scene will soon have ...

As an investigation continues into the Astroworld festival tragedy that occurred at NRG Park in Houston on November 5, the death toll remains at 10. Officials said the open-air venue could have accommodated more than 200,000 people, but attendance was limited to 50,000 at Scott’s Travis Show. So what went wrong? How could the murderous […]

Alabama native used pandemic downtime to...

Heathen Wines is presented during a tasting in Cullman, Alabama on Thursday, November 18, 2021, is the creation of Heath Porter, a native of Cullman. (Amanda Shavers / The Cullman Times via AP) Amanda razors PA CULLMAN, Ala. Getting paid to drink wine and visit exotic places doesn’t seem like a career, but that’s exactly […]

Frederick W. Kershaw Jr., 84

Frederick W. Kershaw Jr. 84, went to be with our Lord on November 23, 2021. Frederick William Kershaw Jr. was born to Frederick W. Kershaw, Sr. and Ruth Krpicak Parent in Jamaica, NY on July 13, 1937. Fred enlisted in the US Air Force just out of high school in 1957 as an aircraft mechanic. […]

Laguna community and jazz bands will hos...

Mark Lowery and co-conductors of the Laguna Community Concert BandPeter Fournier before playing at Laguna Playhouse on November 7th. Photo courtesy of Lisa Morrice The Laguna Jazz Band performs its vacation mix of jazz and pop, Latin, funk and salsa standards at two free concerts in December. They will perform Hospitality Night with singer Ginger […]

Mary Harper Obituary (1928 – 2021) – Wil

Mary Arlene (Stafford) Harper of Mansfield Center, CT passed away on November 29, 2021 at the age of 93. She was predeceased by her beloved husband and soul mate of 67, Walter L. Harper. Mary was born in Bridgeport, Connecticut, in October 1928. Her parents, George L. and Marion (Bumbera) Stafford, predeceased her. his sister, […]

Yale have a surf team?

Marc Chung Going aimlessly browsing Yale-related Facebook pages one November afternoon, half-heartedly searching for ideas for Yale Daily News stories, I came across a graphic of a bulldog balancing on a surfboard. I clicked. “The Yale Surf Team is a club that organizes surf trips, lessons and competitions for the participation of all members of […]

Bad Ax chiropractor’s job involves more

If you have pain anywhere in the body, whether in the joints, head, or stomach, subjecting your body to treatments involving external chemicals may not be the right choice. This is part of the philosophy that Michaella Walter of Optimal Wellness Chiropractic works, as she treats her patients with her hands with other tools. A […]

James Waters Obituary (1934 – 2021) – Co

James Waters September 9, 1934 – November 23, 2021 Concord, NC – James Howard / Jim Waters, 87, passed away on November 23, 2021. Born September 9, 1934 in Star, North Carolina, he was the son of SA and Ruth McIntosh Waters. In addition to his parents, he was predeceased by a brother, Robert, and […]

FL Christmas Traditions: Surfing Santas,...

FLORIDA – You’ll never celebrate a White Christmas in Florida, but the Sunshine State has wonderfully weird – and incredibly kitschy – holiday traditions. Christmas celebration in historic downtown Apalachicola Forget Rudolph leading Santa’s sleigh. In Apalachicola, the big guy arrives at this annual Panhandle holiday celebration in style – via a shrimp boat. This […]

Obituary: Wanda Lea (Womack) Gilfillan

Wanda Lea (Womack) Gilfillan AMELIA ISLAND, Fla .– Wanda Lea (Womack) Gilfillan from Amelia Island, Fla., Passed away suddenly on November 19, 2021 at Baptist Medical Center Nassau in Fernandina Beach. She was born March 2, 1921 in Glenwood, Kentucky, daughter of Ward Dewey Womack and Vanna Marie (Shortridge) Womack. Graduating from Portsmouth, Ohio High […]

Linda Ann Berndt | Obituary

May 14, 1945 – November 5, 2021 Linda Ann Berndt passed away peacefully at her home surrounded by family and friends on November 5, 2021. She was 76 years old. Linda was born in Seattle to Ira and Dorothy Hemingway, the eldest of 5 siblings. She graduated from Immaculate Conception High School and later from […]

Small Business Saturday focuses on local...

Small Business Saturday, the Saturday After Thanksgiving, is a nationwide campaign created in 2010 by American Express to remind people that in this day of online shopping and crowded malls, local businesses are also ready to meet their needs and to support their communities. Here are some cities and chambers of commerce that are promoting […]

Chesapeake public schools begin weekly C...

CHESAPEAKE, Va. (WAVY) – Whether running, hooping, swimming or wrestling, some student-athletes attending Chesapeake public schools will now host the weekly COVID-19 testing routine. “It’s just another layer of protection to keep our athletes and students safe and get them back to the field that they’ve missed so much over the past year and a […]

Arizona artists Rachel Eckroth and Steve...

Two albums by Arizona artists will compete in the same category at the 64th annual Grammy Awards, which will air live on CBS and Paramount + from Staples Center in Los Angeles on Monday, January 31. Rachel Eckroth, who got into jazz playing keyboards in jazz band Thunderbird High School and now lives in Tucson, […]

Orange Lutheran football unites under fi...

Support our high school sports coverage by becoming a digital subscriber. Subscribe now Orange Lutheran football coach Rod Sherman organized a few team-building activities after being hired in May, but one particularly hit seniors Jaylen Lynch and Desmin Jackson. The Lancers traveled on two buses over the summer to Bolsa Chica State Beach, where players […]


The Polar Express Watch a holiday favorite on the Events Lawn in Baytowne Wharf Village for a free screening of the Polar Express on an HD LED video wall at 6 p.m. on November 26. The arrival of Santa Claus The harbor holidays begin with Santa’s Grand Entrance from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. on […]

Things to do in Miami: Helado Negro at N...

Twelve years after starting to release music under the name Helado Negro and 22 years after leaving South Florida to pursue a career in the multidisciplinary arts, Roberto Carlos Lange will return to a city that has left a lasting impact on his creative spirit when he takes the stage. at the North Beach Bandshell […]