Katherine Ruddy

Frager’s Fire

 

Tonight my beloved neighborhood hardware store, Frager’s, erupted in flames and burned for more than six hours (and counting). The brave DC response teams will be on the scene until the smoke clears and no “hot spots” remain. Click here to see the photos of the aftermath.  Frager’s is an old fashioned neighborhood hardware, paint, and plant […]

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The Emerald Coast Honor Flight Network Brings 103 WWll Veterans to Washington, DC.

 

Just yesterday, the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C., was visited by a very special group of visitors — actual World War II veterans. Courtesy of the Emerald Coast Honor Flight Network, 103 veterans from Pensacola, Florida, were flown to D.C. to visit Arlington National Cemetery and the World War II Memorial. Aboard their […]

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If It Bleeds, It Leads

 

WASHINGTON — Last Thursday at approximately 1 p.m. in the Cannon House Office Building, which contains one-third of all U.S. congressmen, two female employees entered the building, back from their lunch break. They sauntered in, sent their bags along the security belt, picked them up, and returned to work. A guard noticed what looked like […]

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