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Underwater surveys of the shoreline along a state park in Southern Maryland turned up eight more World War II-era military explosives, according to fire officials. More than 18 pieces of military ordnance — artillery shells — have been...
After spending much of the week among other Aberdeen representatives at the South Dakota State Tourism Conference in Pierre, I've had no new questions for this column. So it's an opportunity to report on the conference. Tourism in South Dakota was hurt,...
Several state parks on the coast and in the Willamette Valley are closed or have limited services due to this week's winter storm. Agate Beach: Closed. Alfred Loeb: Boat ramp, cabins and part of campground closed. Beverly...
Multimedia JournalistTwo neighbors are battling over a piece of property in Franklin County but this isn't your everyday quarrel; one of those neighbors is the Federal Government. Next door to theBooker T. WashingtonNational Monument lies nearly two and a half acres of land...
COSTA MESA — To the crashing of cymbals and beating of drums, a brilliantly adorned troupe of Lion Dancers at South Coast Plaza on Thursday heralded the arrival of the Year of the Dragon. The shopping center was kicking off its 13-day celebration...
Staff WriterBy now, almost everyone in Michigan and a good portion of the national television-watching population, have heard the calm narration of actor Tim Allen beckoning people to the state of Michigan. “This light shines for us all. This light is Pure...
Here is some information from Cruise Lines International Assn. members that offer world or "grand cruises." A few lines based in other countries also offer similar voyages. Most 2012 world cruises started in January, but there may be availability on...
There are a number of big events happening this weekend that will provide plenty of things to see and do. Attend a bridal show full of everything you need to know to plan a wedding, take a wild ride through our solar system, or watch monster trucks...
Tags: Boeing Co., Family, Music, Entertainment, Astronomy
MILWAUKEE — At the turn of the 20th century, Milwaukee was in its heyday. Its thriving breweries, tanneries and manufacturers provided good jobs, and its many tradespeople and craftsmen built quality housing. Some of the houses were more...
Tags: Artists, Architecture, Artists, Arts, Travel
"Great shot," my friend said. "Yeah, my Canon G10 is really smart." After two years of mumbling, "Shutter speed, ISO — I don't know," as I put my camera in auto (or "idiot-proof") mode, it seemed time for me to know as much about photography as my...
There are many ways you could list the well-known white house in Hancock Park that is on sale for $2.1 million: It has a pool, a sauna and a steam room. A home theater with a bar. Six bedrooms and six baths. Nineteen Michelangelo's Davids lined up...
This is the sixth and final in a series of editorials on what the state should do in 2012. Since taking office in mid-2010, Hartford Mayor Pedro Segarra has taken action to remove the city's two leading eyesores — the former H.B. Davis building,...
Jan 11, 2012 |Story| Baltimore Sun
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Jan 6, 2012 |Story| Chicago Tribune
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