Young Exurbs

January 8, 2014
PETER Coates says Stoke City's Premier League position is strong enough to avoid the need for any panic buying during the January transfer window.The Potters chairman declared himself satisfied with the club's first five months under new boss Mark Hughes after they entered the new year six places and five points clear of the bottom three.But Coates insisted every effort was still being made ...
January 1, 2014
A lot happened in the Stillwater area in 2013. Some events held such historic significance that they will be remembered for many years to come. Although the memory of other events will fade more quickly, they still held meaning for residents this year and have shaped the community as it moves into the future. The [...]
December 26, 2013
It's a Christmas gift of sorts, but Texas Democrats just gained their first statewide elected official in well over a decade.
December 16, 2013
Six environmental protesters dressed as Santas briefly occupied "naughty" Port Metro Vancouver's Canada Place headquarters Monday morning armed with sacks of coal, the very fossil fuel they want the authority to stop exporting.
December 14, 2013
Russia's Danila Kozlovsky, soon to be seen in the Weinstein Company's "Vampire Academy: Blood Sisters," was among those honored in Kilkenny. KILKENNY, IRELAND – A dozen of Europe's most promising young actors were recognized Sunday night at an Irish festival that focuses on talent on the verge of international breakthroughs. The Angela Awards were handed out at the closing of the second edition ...
December 10, 2013
Ben Rentz of Waverly/Lansing Catholic, shown competing in the Waverly Relays that are being held this year on Wednesday, earned all-state in Division 2 with a seventh place in the 500 freestyle.
December 10, 2013
Ben Rentz of Waverly/Lansing Catholic, shown competing in the Waverly Relays that are being held this year on Wednesday, earned all-state in Division 2 with a seventh place in the 500 freestyle.
December 8, 2013
Lab-grown meat could resolve the environmental problems of industrial agriculture. But will anyone eat it?        
December 7, 2013
This is an alarming story, not because it ends badly. It's alarming because it ends well. It shouldn't have, but it did, and biologists (and especially conservationists) now have a puzzle to ponder.
December 6, 2013
When bees disappeared from central China years ago, Chinese apple farmers had to pollinate by hand. Embarrassing — people doing bees' work, but then came the big discovery –- a surprise that still haunts the conservation movement. What if people outperform bees?