Share This Story! Let friends in your social network know what you are reading about Facebook Email Twitter Google+ LinkedIn Pinterest Whatever Happened to ... the VIP Ocean Club hot spot? The Ocean Club catered to an “older” and upscale crowd with an enormous sound-and-light system, valet parking and bathroom attendants. Sent! A link has been sent to your friend's email address. Posted! A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. Join the Conversation To find out more about Facebook commenting please read the Conversation Guidelines and FAQs Subscribe Today Log In Subscribed, but don't have a login? Activate your digital access. Alan Morrell, Special to Rochester Democrat and Chronicle Published 7:00 a.m. ET April 14, 2018 CLOSE A look back at the past and the places that became a part of Rochester's roots. Wochit CONNECT TWEET LINKEDIN COMMENT EMAIL MORE The Ocean Club was a … [Read more...] about Whatever Happened to … the VIP Ocean Club hot spot?
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Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Subscribe Log In Subscribe Log In Advertisement Style Supported by What’s happening behind the scenes at the sites and apps you know and love and hate, along with a couple that may not be on your radar (or phone). ByValeriya Safronova April 11, 2018 Different studies offer varying assessments of how many people use dating sites and apps, but what we can say with certainty is: a lot. In Match.com’s annual Singles in America Survey, which polls more than 5,000 people who are not Match users, the company found that the No. 1 place where singles meet is online. In 2016, Pew reported that 27 percent of people aged 18 to 24 had used a dating app or site. In 2013, it was 10 percent. The proportion of 55- to 64-year-olds in the same category doubled. “An average person spends about three hours a day on their mobile phone,” said Lexi Sydow, a market insights manager at … [Read more...] about An Inside Look at Your Favorite Dating Sites
A jury will decide in August whether a 30-year-old man resisted police during a 2014 traffic stop in Hammond that led to public scrutiny after cell phone footage of his arrest went viral on social media.Jamal Jones, of Hammond, will appear at trial Aug. 20 on charges of resisting law enforcement and refusal to aid an officer, both misdemeanors, on allegations he refused to exit a vehicle Sept. 24, 2014, after a traffic stop for a seat belt violation near Cline Avenue and 169th Street in Hammond, according to court records.A video of the arrest showed a police officer smashing the passenger's side window of the car and shocking the passenger, Jones, with a stun gun before pulling him from the vehicle. A 14-year-old boy, who was seated in the back of the vehicle with his 7-year-old sister, recorded the video of the arrest.Jones and Lisa Mahone, the vehicle's driver, filed a federal lawsuit in October 2014 against the city and Hammond police officers Patrick Vicari and Charles Turner … [Read more...] about Jury to decide whether man resisted arrest during controversial 2014 traffic stop in Hammond that was caught on camera
Jeremiah Jackson is supposed to be working on his online tutoring lesson, but the 8-year-old can't keep his eyes off "Burnout Paradise," a high-speed car racing game blaring on the family's big-screen TV in St. Paul. "Go back and jump off the ramp," he tells his sister, Tangeline, as she controls a red Lamborghini. His grandmother tries to keep his mind on his studies. "Pay attention to what the lady is saying," she urges. An hour later, Jeremiah has completed just two worksheets, and the tutoring company that's being funded by taxpayers to give him an academic boost is $48 richer -- a small but telling sign of how a nearly $1 billion annual program to help the poorest students in the nation's worst schools is faltering. The federal tutoring program, which has become a fixture in many Minnesota school districts, is rife with mismanagement and fraud, a Star Tribune investigation shows. Most participating students are failing to achieve the academic gains educators expected a decade ago, … [Read more...] about Fraud, waste hijack tutoring program
TRUE CRIME: The 'shell shocked' father who drowned two of his sons in Indiana Harbor All day thousands of parents who lost their sons shuffled into the East Chicago morgue and looked at the drowned boys with matching blue-gray eyes, though none could identify them.The first boy was found Feb. 22, 1928, and the second March 1 — both within 100 yards of each other in the Lake Michigan-Calumet River canal, according to Times archives. They wore matching blue-grey woolen suits, red-lined black chinchilla coats and dark brown leather gloves. The boys' bodies were trussed with wire when pulled from Indiana Harbor in the winter of 1928.The second boy's discovery confirmed for police the near-identical looking youths – almost certainly brothers – were murdered, perhaps kidnapped and killed after a ransom went unpaid.The truth came from the forlorn figure who haunted the morgue every evening after the bodies' discovery.George Chisholm, a 35-year-old World War I veteran … [Read more...] about TRUE CRIME: The ‘shell shocked’ father who drowned two of his sons in Indiana Harbor