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If Cops Take Credit, They Also Have to Take Blame

If Cops Take Credit, They Also Have to Take Blame

If I have heard one constant in law enforcement lore in the 30 years I have been working in local media, it is that, perhaps with the exception of a large and active gang or organized crime task force in place, it is virtually impossible for local police to have a serious impact when it […]

Sacred and secular highlight Christmas Eve program

Sacred and secular highlight Christmas Eve program

On Christmas Eve at 10:30 p.m., St. John United Methodist Church will present their annual “Christmas Eve Concert and Lessons and Carols” as part of the Concerts with a Cause series. Concerts with a Cause began in 2003 when the church got a new organ and wanted an excuse to share it with the community. […]

The Deans’ last “big hope”

The Deans’ last “big hope”

It was Halloween, and Renee Dean was busy in her Harlem home helping her two youngest boys get dressed in their costumes. The phone rang. It was her husband’s attorney, Pete Theodocion, calling. She answered the phone only to learn that Superior Court Judge James Blanchard Jr. had denied a request by her husband, former […]