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RUTLAND, Vt. » In the four years after the financial crisis struck, a great wave of federal stimulus money washed over Rutland County.
VATICAN CITY » The cardinals who enter the papal conclave on Tuesday will walk into the Sistine Chapel in single file, but beneath the orderly display, they are split into competing lineups and power blocs that will determine which man among them emerges as pope.
Abel Amaral • Barbara Catherine Boyle • Katherine Moura Franklin; and more
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BOCA RATON, Fla. » Susan Shapira, who is 58, recently moved into a condominium in Century Village, a gated retirement community here where most residents are almost as old as the name.
WASHINGTON » One morning in late September 2011, a group of American drones took off from an airstrip the CIA had built in the remote southern expanse of Saudi Arabia.
In news that will surprise few commuters on Oahu, an online finance site this week rated Honolulu as one of the 10 worst cities in the U.S. for car drivers.
A ban on spiked lug nut covers and other sharp objects that stick out from the wheel of a car is among the legislative proposals being pushed by the Honolulu Police Department this year.
I read in the Star-Advertiser that the city will start charging for camping. I do not have an objection to the charging of a daily fee, but am concerned with the required duration of three days or five days, depending on the campground.
A city fire investigator determined the early morning Waipahu house fire that killed a man and daughter Tuesday was caused by an electrical malfunction in a kitchen wall outlet behind the refrigerator.
Donna Leong, chief legal officer for the Outrigger hotel chain, has been nominated by Mayor Kirk Caldwell to be the city's top civil attorney.
The state Senate on Thursday brushed off another flare-up over the Public Land Development Corp. and moved a bill that would set up a new authority to coordinate development projects between government and the private sector.
A team of Maui High School students will represent Hawaii at two national youth science competitions next month.
Texan arrested as fugitive in sex assault • Hotel manager accuses worker of theft • Police ask for help in locating Puna man
Driver is accused of negligent homicide • Punch suspect charged with manslaughter • Ex-lawmaker denies guilt in theft case • 3 lost hunters receive help from firefighters
The Hawaii State Teachers Association and the state are headed to mediation to reach a new contract agreement for public school teachers.
One hundred fifty years after their Civil War ironclad sank, two unknown sailors from the warship Monitor were laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery on Friday.
The California Coastal Commission on Friday rejected a Navy explosives and sonar training program off the Southern California coast and extending to Hawaii that critics said could harm endangered blue whales and other sea life.
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