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Memorial Day

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  • 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...
  • 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,...
  • Government, college programs test beach water quality in Arundel

    Government, college programs test beach water quality in Arundel
    Fecal matter, it's enough to make you wonder whether you'll ever want to jump in the water again. But it's summer after all, and what's summer without a dip in the bay or a spin on the water skis. Now there's a way to know how much fecal bacteria is...
  • 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,...
  • Throwing a summer party that's both hot and cool

    Throwing a summer party that's both hot and cool
    On sunny Saturday in mid-May, Caitlin Moran kicked off summer early, with friends, cocktails, and a busy grill. Moran, an Annapolis-based stylist and editorial director of the lifestyle website The Glitter Guide, is an expert party hostess – so...
  • Wait, are those your real boobs?

    Wait, are those your real boobs?
    Michelle Lytle turned some heads at Hollywood Beach on Memorial Day this year. “You would see people from far away do double takes and start walking towards her,” said Lytle’s fiancee, Robyn Graves, 30. “People were taking...
  • Paul Feig in Talks to Direct 'Ghostbusters' Reboot With Women

    Paul Feig is being courted to direct and produce a "Ghostbusters" comedy reboot. Feig is not helming "Ghostbusters 3" or another sequel, in any sense of the word, as has been incorrectly reported. The movie is a total reboot most likely with female...
  • Confederate flag along I-95 divides a Virginia community, leads to threats

    The huge Confederate flag flew high above Interstate 95 north of Fredericksburg startling Anthony Sanchez on his daily commute. "It was a provocation," said Sanchez, who teaches at a community college. "It just bothered me that someone would go to all...
  • Detroit Lions' Nick Fairley sentenced, but his NFL punishment unknown

    Detroit Lions defensive tackle Nick Fairley intends to appeal the suspended sentence he received Thursday for a 2012 DUI charge, his attorney said Friday. But it's unclear whether he's still subject to NFL discipline. "I think they've already met, and...
  • Fourth of July busiest, deadliest time on Illinois roads

    Fourth of July busiest, deadliest time on Illinois roads
    Traffic may seem lighter than usual during the commuter work week, but it is expected to increase on the holiday weekend. AAA estimates 2.3 million Illinoisans will be traveling for the holiday weekend, a 2.2 percent increase from 2013, and two million of...
  • Wethersfield Putting Its History Down In Panels For Interpretive Trail

    WETHERSFIELD — America's first cavalry unit mustered in Wethersfield, the nation's first and second presidents both visited First Church, and the most famous elm tree in America once stood on the Broad Street green. Those are just a few of the...