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  • Wednesday, September 19, 2012

    Test driving the Ford C-Max Tech Reporter Rich DeMuro gets behind the wheel of the latest eco-friendly car. fox43.com/technology   Making pets a part of your disaster preparedness plan Dr. Dick Green, Director of Disaster Response for the ASPCA,...
  • Street Smart: VDOT tentatively plans HRBT work for after Columbus Day

    Street Smart: VDOT tentatively plans HRBT work for after Columbus Day
    VIRGINIA BEACH — VDOT’s new plans to complete the repaving of the eastbound side of the Hampton Roads Bridge-Tunnel, include tentatively scheduling the work after Columbus Day, according to Friday’s press announcement. It will take...
  • Baranoski, Marquardt shine at collegiate nationals

    Baranoski, Marquardt shine at collegiate nationals
    Matt Baranoksi of Perkasie, Colleen Hayduk of Kutztown, Mandy Marquardt of Topton and Mary Costelloe of Emmaus all cleaned up at the 2012 USA Cycling Collegiate Track National Championships in Frisco, Texas last week. Baranoski, racing for Penn State-...
  • Fallston Flames U10 boys soccer team finishes strong season

    The Fallston Flames U10 boys soccer team completed a successful season with back-to-back tournament championships recently. The Flames won the EASL Open in Baltimore County and then took home the Fallston Cup. In addition, in early October they won the...
  • Are you registered to vote? Deadline is today

    Are you registered to vote? Deadline is today
    The deadline to register to vote in the November 6 general election is here. Indiana residents who want to register can do so by going to IndianaVoters.com, their local county clerk’s office or any Bureau of Motor Vehicles license branch. “...
  • Autumn, Finally

    Autumn, finally.   Even though we’re in the first week of October, we’re finally feeling like fall today for the first time so far this season. That’s due to a dry cold front that is dropping our temperatures considerably around the...
  • Worship service has international flair

    Covenant Presbyterian Church will hold an international worship service Sunday.  The worship service will include scripture, the Lord’s Prayer and hymns in different languages. Flags from Cameroon, Togo, Philippines, Guatemala and Cuba will be...
  • Cold Start, Nice Finish

    Cold this morning around Olympia, low this morning 30 frosty degrees. The record low for this date in Olympia is 29. Seattle's low at SeaTac was again in the upper 40s-- but that's still chilly for many folks. The afternoon is looking quite nice though...
  • Chicago marathon, big game highlight busy traffic weekend

    Chicago marathon, big game highlight busy traffic weekend
    Chicago will face plenty of traffic concerns due to a busy long weekend: a big college game at Soldier Field Saturday, the marathon Sunday and the Columbus Day parade on Monday. A sold-out Notre Dame versus Miami game at Soldier Field means additional...
  • Friends of the Libraries: Library closing put off for 3 months

    I have mentioned before that the Costa Mesa Donald Dungan Library needs to have its roof repaired. The closing time for the library was to have been Nov. 18, but due to contract complications, the date has been pushed back three months. Presumably that...
  • Legionnaires' disease bacteria found in Batavia schools

    Legionnaires' disease bacteria found in Batavia schools
    Although the bacteria that causes Legionnaires’ disease – an illness blamed for the deaths of three Loop hotel guests this summer – was found Thursday in three far west suburban Batavia schools, district officials assured levels were low...