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Monday evening, the Internet was abuzz with the news that legendary comedian and comic actor Robin Williams was dead, at 63. Beyond that simple astonishing fact was an undercurrent of surprise that Williams had reportedly taken his own life.

Now, whose heart doesn't melt at the thought of helping a baby bird that's fallen out of its nest? But what if the baby is 3 feet tall and has a foot-long spear for a beak, and its nest is 60 feet up, in the top of a tree?

We've all had it happen: A co-worker or family member heads out for a few hours. You call them on their cell phone to relay a message or ask them to pick up a gallon of milk, only to hear the distinctive sound of their phone's ringtone coming from down the hall.

Most consumers are aware of the tenant that you do not have to pay for items you receive in the mail that you did not order. But what if the company sending you the unwanted merchandise already has your credit card or bank account information and won't stop sending the items and billing you?

I stopped in at the new Harris Teeter grocery store on Route 54 a few weeks ago, for the first time, and picked up a few things on the way home. I was pleased with what I saw and returned to do my regular grocery shopping the following week. I was again pleasantly surprised when not only did…

This past Wednesday, April 2, was World Autism Awareness Day. As I write this, I've been bombarded all week with stories about the disorder, the medical facts behind it, the toll it takes on families financially and emotionally, and the staggering statistic that with 1 in 150 children — 1 in…

“It's cute. But, still, it's a harness for a child.”

As voters in the Indian River School District weigh the pros and cons of increased financial support for the school system — and increased financial burdens on themselves — leading up to a March 28 referendum, voters in the neighboring Cape Henlopen School District are doing much the same, i…