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New Year's Day

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  • Anniversary of 'Battle that saved Washington'

    MONOCACY, Md. — Baltimore and Ohio Railroad agents knew they had a serious problem brewing when a sizable Confederate force appeared unexpectedly near Frederick, Md., in early July 1864, during the American Civil War. These rebels could reap...
  • Perry Moss coached UCF, FSU, Miami, Predators — and everywhere in between

     Perry Moss coached UCF, FSU, Miami, Predators — and everywhere in between
    Perry Moss stalked the sidelines in a hundred different leagues for a thousand different teams during a coaching career that seemingly spanned a million different seasons. As you might expect, this coaching institution wanted to call the final play of...
  • Bristol's Imagine Nation Museum Planning 10-Year Anniversary Bash

    BRISTOL — On the last day of December each year, there's a spot in the city where the new year is celebrated hours before anywhere else. It's also the place where youngsters get to learn about science, animals and the world of TV sports, and where...
  • Beverley Mitchell of '7th Heaven' pregnant with baby No. 2

    Beverley Mitchell of '7th Heaven' pregnant with baby No. 2
    If there's such a place as 4th heaven, that's where pregnant Beverley Mitchell might be. The "7th Heaven" alum, who played Lucy Camden on the long-running WB series, is expecting a second child with husband Michael Cameron, the actress' rep confirmed to...
  • Bethlehem panel backs Social Still as first CRIZ project

    Bethlehem panel backs Social Still as first CRIZ project
    The developers of Social Still have every reason to be in good spirits this week. Their $1.2 million plan to make vodka and gin in south Bethlehem got the approval Thursday from a city panel, positioning the craft distillery to open Nov. 30 as the...
  • PennDOT stops short of stop light at MacArthur ramp

    PennDOT stops short of stop light at MacArthur ramp
    Q: MacArthur Road at the Route 22 interchange is looking great. After all the money spent for this much-needed improvement to benefit vehicular as well as pedestrian traffic, I'm rather disappointed that the 'yield' sign remains at the end of the ramp...
  • Made in America tests Grand Park, with mixed reviews from fans

    Made in America tests Grand Park, with mixed reviews from fans
    "Sing so loud Jay Z can hear it," Chance the Rapper hollered Sunday from one of two stages in front of Los Angeles City Hall. It was a reference to the hip-hop mogul and mastermind behind the two-day Budweiser Made in America festival, where established...
  • Johnny Galecki of 'Big Bang Theory' reportedly splits with Kelli Garner

    Johnny Galecki of 'Big Bang Theory' reportedly splits with Kelli Garner
    Johnny Galecki and girlfriend Kelli Garner have made like the atom and split. "The Big Bang Theory" actor and the "Pan Am" actress have put an end to their two-year relationship, according to reports out Wednesday from People magazine and E! News....
  • Clyde Butcher's 'Eden'

    Clyde Butcher's 'Eden'
    On New Year's Day 2000, photographer Clyde Butcher embarked on a two-hour swamp walk behind his Big Cypress Gallery in Ochopee and found Cigar Orchid Pond, a swampy clearing overgrown with ferns, vines and a tree stretching its long arms over the water....
  • Joey Dale: His note's for you

    Joey Dale: His note's for you
    Joey Dale knows what people want: familiar songs they can dance to, sung by four men in matching outfits, one of whom is a 73-year-old man with a Brooklyn accent. "Every song we do is designed to keep people on the dance floor," he says. "If I do a song...
  • Wishful Thinking?: BCS Is Gone, But The New System Brings Its Own Question Marks

    After years of clamoring for change, college football fans got their wish: 2014 will mark the first year of the College Football Playoff, which will officially supplant the Bowl Championship Series as the ultimate determinant of the nation's best team....