In the birthplace of the Titanic, residents gathered for a choral requiem. In the North Atlantic, above the ship's final resting place, passengers will pray as a band strikes up a hymn and three floral wreaths are cast onto the waves.
Area residents who would like to learn more about disaster preparedness and how to be ready at home and work are invited to attend free training sponsored by the North Central Ohio CERT Consortium the weekend of April 27, 28, and 29.
A city infamous for its unemployment, decay, crime and population loss would seem an odd place for an upscale natural and organic grocery chain to plant roots, but yuppie favorite Whole Foods is taking a gamble on the Motor City.
The Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Watercraft is offering a new Power Boating Basics Course that provides novice and untrained boaters the basic skills needed to properly and safely operate a power boat.
Two Titanic survivors who later became tennis pros are being honored at Rhode Island's International Tennis Hall of Fame and Museum. Nearby on Cape Cod, a wreath will be laid for a radio operator who relayed Morse code messages as the ill-fated ship went down. In Denver, a musical piece composed for famed passenger Molly Brown is getting its premiere.
Ohio's attorney general says a man has been charged in southwest Ohio with stealing from at least nine storm victims in Ohio and Kentucky by taking their money to repair storm damage and not doing the work.