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Eyewitness SportsI'm not really sure who first described Bristol Motor Speedway as flying fighter jets in a gymnasium. But who ever it was, it is one of the best descriptions I have ever heard for a track. If you have ever been inside Bristol, you understand. If you...
Source: National Climatic Data CenterBefore Hurricane Irene hit the east coast, the United States had already seen nine weather disasters this year that have caused $1 billion or more in damage. This ties the record set in 2008 for largest number of costly disasters. This year, we've seen...
The Baltimore SunVodka is down, red velvet is up and did Twinings pull a New Coke with Earl Grey? > Vodka is down (or is it) -- the vanguard of expert bartenders are sneering at customers who order vodka. Is a dirty martini the worst drink ever? Toronto restaurateur...
As BGE continues Hurricane Irene restoration efforts, we want to thank our customers for their patience and understanding. This storm, which is similar to 2003's Hurricane Isabel, caused nearly the same amount of power outages resulting from massive trees...
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Reporter/Lynchburg Bureau ChiefA group that opposes abortion is visiting local colleges this week. Demonstrators are using some shocking images to get their point across, and that's caused one school to ban the group from campus. Liberty University students were greeted with a...
The Camp Nelson Preservation and Education Foundation and the Jessamine County Fiscal Court will sponsor the Camp Nelson Civil War Days Living History Sept. 10-11. The event will be held on the grounds of the best preserved Union Army supply depot and...
Tags: History, Ohio, Defense, Politics, Armed Forces
Sun Belt Commissioner Wright Waters has been urging teams in his conference to wean themselves off money games, arguing that it hurts more than it helps. And it appears that his message is sinking in, as many Sun Belt teams have cut back games they...
ReporterRadford University students gave a pro-life organization a less than welcoming reception to campus. The Tennessee based "Center for Bio-Ethical Reform" set up a huge anti-abortion display in the center of Radford University on Wednesday and Thursday. The...
Tags: Education, Abortion, Colleges and Universities, Values, Ethics
Haight-Ashbury, rock ’n’ roll and mind-altering drugs gave rise to an unusual burst of creativity that married type designs, images and explosive color on esoteric psychedelic posters. Artists embedded in the San Francisco hippie culture...
LANCASTER — Edward Tankersley, 72, of Lexington, formerly of Garrard County, died Wednesday at the VA Medical Center in Lexington. Tankersley was in the army for more than 13 years and was also a truck driver. He was a member of Harmons Lick...
Editor’s note: Taken from the Danville 911 records, the Police Blotter represents a history of the initial calls and the information used by the dispatcher to send officers to investigate complaints. It is not necessarily an indication of what the...
email@example.comLANCASTER — The Lancaster City Council has not made a firm decision about how to solve pending water capacity issues. But the city will pursue a grant to build a new water plant. The council approved the city's application for $2 million in U.S....
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