Daily Archives: August 21, 2013

La fiesta de la Nostalgia también se festeja en la ciudad de Miami

La Cámara de Comercio de Uruguay organizó un evento en el estado de Florida, que contará con la presencia del Embajador de Uruguay en aquella ciudad, Dr.Carlos Pita.También tendrá a Cacho y Maxi de la Cruz, como anfitriones . 

La fiesta de la Nostalgia también se festeja en la ciudad de Miami

“Estoy muy contento con la entrega”

El entrenador darsenero habló luego de la caída por 1-0 ante Itagüí.

“Estoy muy contento con la entrega”

Pa. man on death row for 21 years wins new trial

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — A federal judge has overturned the conviction of a man who’s been on death row for the past 21 years, finding that his conviction in the death of a teenager killed over her earring

Pa. man on death row for 21 years wins new trial

Civilian police employee faces robbery charges

CAMDEN, N.J. (AP) — A civilian Camden County police department employee faces robbery charges after he allegedly posed as a police officer to stop a pedestrian and take money from the person.

Civilian police employee faces robbery charges

Evesham swears in a new police chief

EVESHAM — Name a position in the Police Department and Christopher Chew probably has held it.

Evesham swears in a new police chief

Mount Laurel approves a fifth Wawa

MOUNT LAUREL — The township Planning and Zoning boards have approved a fifth Wawa convenience store in the community, this one with a gas station at Route 38 and Marter Avenue.

Mount Laurel approves a fifth Wawa

Slain Australian came to US for school, baseball

Chris Lane traveled from Australia to the United States for the love of baseball _ and the opportunity to pursue a college degree while playing America’s pastime.

Slain Australian came to US for school, baseball

Portland sues Ore. company over outdoor restrooms

The City of Portland thinks something stinks about the public bathrooms being marketed by a Southern Oregon company.

Portland sues Ore. company over outdoor restrooms

Ark. girl fighting rare brain infection can speak

A 12-year-old Arkansas girl who has been battling a rare and often-fatal infection caused by a brain-eating amoeba is now able to say a few words.

Ark. girl fighting rare brain infection can speak

Brother testifies for defense in Afghan massacre

A brother of the U.S. soldier who slaughtered 16 Afghan civilians last year began making the case Wednesday for why he should one day be eligible for parole, portraying him as a patriotic American and

Brother testifies for defense in Afghan massacre