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Prince William County police chief retires after 34 years in department

Steve Hudson, the third chief in the history of the department, will retire this spring.

Christie's New Hampshire loss is bitter end to presidential bid

Chris Christie ended his uphill battle for the Republican presidential nomination after a sixth-place performance in New Hampshire, a dismal denouement for a candidate who was once begged to run for... To view the full story, click the title link.

5 things to do: Girlpool

41 minutes agoUnited States / Atlanta : Fresh Loaf

Thursday, February 11, 2016 To-Go Valentine's Day Dinner for Two at Star Provisions …

SF Succeeds in Battling Homelessness

While homeless campers have led some to despair over San Francisco’s efforts to reduce homelessness, this scene does not present a true picture. San Francisco has actually taken and is currently taking major steps forward in battling homelessness. San Francisco Read More » The post SF Succeeds in Battling Homelessness appeared first on Beyond Chron.

Good Changes Ahead for Inclusionary Housing

A big and exciting change is coming down the pike for the City’s inclusionary housing requirement. This June, a measure proposed by Supervisors Kim and Peskin will be on the ballot to take the inclusionary housing policy back out from Read More » The post Good Changes Ahead for Inclusionary Housing appeared first on Beyond Chron.

Victorian on the outside, modern on the inside and fake grass out back

457 Hill St. may look like a classic San Franciscan Victorian on the outside, but on the inside there is nary a trace of turn-of-the-century charm. The two-bedroom Dolores Heights home has been completely updated on the interior, with an open-plan entertaining space that has vaulted ceilings, skylights, recessed lights and stainless steel appliances. The

Local Example of Light Rail in Center of Street

For a while now I’ve been trying to convey how disastrous light rail in the center of Natural Bridge & Jefferson would be. I kept trying to think of a local example, but then the 2006 light rail extension in the center of Forest Park Parkway in Clayton came to...

"The Shadow of Slavery" - Trinity Church Confronts Its Past and the Present

Trinity Parish and the Trinity Episcopal Church on Broadway and Wall Street in New York City organize an annual theological conference called "Listen for a Change." The conference is intended to prepare "clergy and laypersons for imaginative...Show More Summary

Rediscovering Los Angeles: Why Are L.A. Streets So Narrow?

Nov. 14, 1924: This is the second of two articles I have from the Los Angeles Examiner titled “Rediscovering Los Angeles.” Notice that even in 1924 people were complaining about traffic and congested streets. Reporter W.W. Kane notes: Residents of … Continue reading ?

Belize celebrates its independence through art

To celebrate the 35th anniversary of Belize's independence, the Art Museum of the Americas is showcasing works by Belizean-American artists Karl Villanueva and Santiago Cal.

The D.C. Taxi app has arrived

The D.C. Taxicab Commission launched the new app to bring the industry it regulates to a digital platform where it can better compete with other services such as Uber and Lyft.

D.C.'s 'No Drone Zone' shrinks back to normal and clubs take flight again

The FAA had expanded its "no drone" radius around D.C. to 30 miles late last year.

Coastal Commission votes to fire Lester

The LA Times covers the political rift at the commission like a huge outrage story. All other news: secondary.

CMPD's Shot Spotter Program Killed

Charlotte-Mecklenburg police have decided to not renew their $160,000 a year contract with ShotSpotter, saying the gunshot detection system didn’t help them make arrests or identify crime victims. The police department’s ShotSpotter decision was made public in a City Council-Manager memo released on Wednesday. Show More Summary

Pilot, sheriff's deputy killed in Tulare County plane crash

A Tulare County sheriff's deputy and a pilot who worked for the Sheriff's Department were killed Wednesday when their plane crashed into a mountain in the San Joaquin Valley, authorities said. The single-engine plane, which the Sheriff's Department purchased in 2011, crashed about 4:15 p.m. about...

College freshmen are more liberal and keen on political activism, survey says

Today's American college freshman is more liberal, less religious and increasingly committed to civic involvement and political activism than her predecessors in previous generations, according to a national survey released Wednesday by UCLA researchers. Nearly 60% of freshmen surveyed said they...

Atlanta Concerts this week: Carly Rae Jepsen, Bryson Tiller and Springsteen

FRIDAY Todd Rundgren The vaunted ’70s rocker is showcasing his songs in an “evening with” format, featuring band members John Ferenzik, Jesse Gress, Prairie Prince and Kasim Sulton. The ever-busy Rundgren, 67, might be best known to...

Atlanta Tickets on sale this weekend: Tank, Joel McHale and Daryl Hall and John Oates with Sharon Jones

If you find a mistake in Hot Tickets, please let us know. Contact Saria Canady at scanady@ajc.com. Events are subject to change, so it’s a good idea to call the venue before driving a long...

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