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Memorial Day

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  • California beer makers embark on latest mission to help military vets

    LIVERMORE, Calif. From the outside, it resembles any other suite in a nondescript industrial park. But inside, its shelves are stocked with barrels of liquid gold bearing names like AWOL Pale Ale, Boot IPA and Bazooka Brown Ale. Uncle Sam's Misguided...
  • Nate Ulrich: It's time for Browns to urge Johnny Manziel to slow down off field

    The Cleveland Browns need to tell Johnny Manziel to slow down. If they've already delivered the message, they should do it again. They should do it every chance they get because, well, the celebrity rookie continues to party every chance he gets. A month...
  • Join the parade

    WILLIMANTIC- The 29th annual WILI July 4th "Boom Box Parade" begins at 11 a.m. at Jillson Square in Downtown Willimantic.It's the largest parade of its kind in the world. In 1986, no marching band could be found for Windham's Memorial Day Parade. Five...
  • Vietnam vets deserve recognition

    My brother, sister and I were invited on Memorial Day to attend the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War ceremony at SteelStacks in Bethlehem to honor our brother, Pfc. Victor E. Kuhns, who died in Vietnam Oct. 2, 1966. Carol Resh and members of the Lehigh...
  • Boy with brain tumor made officer for day

    Joey Fabus' parents say he loves police officers. And garbage collectors. It was the Bethel Park Police Department in a Pittsburgh suburb who made the 8-year-old, who has been diagnosed with an inoperable brain tumor, an honorary member on Tuesday....
  • Rosé all day

    Rosé all day
    The first days of summer are like an alarm clock for rosé drinkers. "The first nice day of the season, you'll see rosé sales skyrocket. Everyone thinks, 'It's sunny and warm, I want something pink,'" said Kristin Irwin, wine sales manager at recently...
  • Essay Contest Ends Successful Year For Patriotic Commission

    Members of the South Windsor Patriotic Commission met on June 16 to reflect on their successes throughout the year and ways to improve events for next year. The committee is also looking forward to a future project that will aid in their mission to...
  • Lake jet-ski accident prompts call for water safety

    Lake jet-ski accident prompts call for water safety
    What better way to cool off on a scorching day than jumping on a water scooter and letting it fly on a Central Florida lake? But the fun all too often comes to a sudden halt, as it did in Lake County on Tuesday night when three people, including a 7-...
  • AAA sees slight increase in July Fourth travelers

    AAA sees slight increase in July Fourth travelers
    AAA forecasts that 41 million Americans will travel during July Fourth weekend, a slight increase from last year, as people grow increasingly comfortable taking on more debt. Eight in 10 travelers (or 34.8 million) will embark on a road trip, AAA said,...
  • Manziel defends his hard-partying ways

    Cleveland Browns rookie quarterback Johnny Manziel isn't going to apologize for living life to the fullest, for partying the past five weekends or for having a larger-than-life persona, no matter how many Hall of Famers say he should check his off-field...
  • Patti Heffner golf tournament brings together the entire Lehigh Valley high school community

    Not only does the Patti Heffner Memorial Golf Tournament pay tribute and honor the memory of one of the area's all-time great girls basketball players and coaches, but it also brings together the entire Lehigh Valley. Heffner played at Dieruff,...