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  • A day in Greenwich Village

    Tucked away from the honking horns and crowded sidewalks of midtown Manhattan sits Greenwich Village, a downtown neighborhood that spans west of Broadway to the Hudson River. Although only a quick subway ride from bustling Grand Central station,...
  • Vintage furniture sale helps library's renovation efforts

    Vintage furniture sale helps library's renovation efforts
    Hundreds of people trickled into the Glendale Central Library throughout Saturday not to just read, but to spruce up their homes with furniture and fixtures on sale. The library put midcentury and vintage couches, chairs, tables and a handful of wooden...
  • In aftermath of FSU shootings, it was easy to root for Seminoles

    In aftermath of FSU shootings, it was easy to root for Seminoles
    TALLAHASSEE — Go, Florida State! Come on, Jameis! Let's go, Jimbo! I don't know about you, but that's what I wanted to yell when the Florida State Seminoles took the field on Saturday against Boston College. And when kicker Roberto Aguayo...
  • Miramar resident identified as one of three FSU shooting victims

    Miramar resident identified as one of three FSU shooting victims
    Hours before Myron May strode into a Florida State University library with murder on his mind, he left a series of chilling voicemails saying he was being attacked by an "energy weapon" and had a scheme to expose it "once and for all." Those messages,...
  • FBI, friends receive packages from FSU library shooter

    FBI, friends receive packages from FSU library shooter
    Florida State University reopened its main library on Friday, the day after a gunman injured three people when he opened fire in the lobby of the building where hundreds of students were studying for final exams. Normal activities resumed on the North...
  • Colleges review security after FSU shooting

    Colleges review security after FSU shooting
    Police officers have become as visible on college campuses as students and professors, as schools respond to the early Thursday morning shooting at Florida State University. The incident, in which FSU alumnus Myron May injured three students in a campus...
  • Santa visiting Lower Macungie library

    Santa visiting Lower Macungie library
    Santa will make a stop at 10:30 a.m., Saturday, Dec. 6, inside Lower Macungie Library, the library website said. A young children's story time will be offered, the website said. Look for ongoing weekly young children's story times sessions...
  • With tragedy in Tallahassee, we are all Florida State

    With tragedy in Tallahassee, we are all Florida State
    When things like this happen, we are supposed to pull together as a community, state and nation. We become one, regardless of our allegiance or school colors. That is why I can't imagine anyone thinking it was OK to make light of the tragedy in...
  • Syrian rebels, increasingly desperate, turn to tunnel warfare

    Syrian rebels, increasingly desperate, turn to tunnel warfare
    For three days, Syrian rebels dug through a wall of a library that housed a trove of historical religious texts, and underneath an adjacent road. When they were done with the 50-foot-long tunnel, they waited at one end of it for a tank to drive by,...
  • Datebook

    Sunday, Nov. 23 Craft sale Hickory Ridge Community Association hosts a Holiday Craft Shop from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. at The Hawthorn Center, 6175 Sunny Spring in Columbia. Hand-crafted items from a variety of vendors will be available for purchase. Free...
  • Books save Apopka student in FSU shootings that left gunman dead, 3 hurt

    Books save Apopka student in FSU shootings that left gunman dead, 3 hurt
    The shooting started early Thursday morning, after Myron De'Shawn May parked his car and took a short walk to Strozier Library on the campus of Florida State University. In his pockets, police say, were a .380-caliber semi-automatic handgun and extra...