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  • Facebook to encourage users to donate to Ebola fight

    Facebook to encourage users to donate to Ebola fight
    Facebook is making it easier for people to donate to the fight against Ebola. The social network said Thursday that over the next week, users will see a message at the top of their news feeds with an option to donate to three nonprofits working in...
  • Toms to touch down at Target

     Toms to touch down at Target
    For teens whose toes rarely dip into anything but Uggs or Toms, Target introduces an easy pleaser for a tough customer this Christmas. The Toms for Target collection, launching Nov. 16 at all Target stores in the U.S. and Canada and at target.com, makes...
  • Families displaced by Coral Springs apartment fire

    Families displaced by Coral Springs apartment fire
    No injuries were reported, but three families were displaced Wednesday when a fire broke out at an apartment complex and virtually destroyed one unit. Shortly after 6:30 a.m., crews arrived at the apartment complex at 11566 Royal Palm Blvd. and found...
  • South Allentown fire destroys house, displacing family of 5

    A fire that began in the kitchen of a two-story south Allentown home Tuesday night gutted the entire structure, displacing a family of five who were alerted by a smoke detector, fire officials said Wednesday. None of the residents, two adults and their...
  • Teach your little one to swim

    Teach your little one to swim
    What would summer be without days spent frolicking at the beach or afternoons spent splashing in the pool? Fun in the water makes hot days more enjoyable and bearable, and few summertime activities do not involve water play in one aspect or another....
  • Fire officials: 5 cats, 1 dog died in Palmer Township blaze

    Fire officials: 5 cats, 1 dog died in Palmer Township blaze
    Palmer Township fire officials said five cats and a dog died in a blaze Sunday night at a Freemansburg Avenue home. The fire started in the front porch of the home, the fire marshal ruled Monday. There were 20 cats in the home and five died in the...
  • Dave Leber: Pay it forward worthy goal for retired baby boomers

    Dave Leber: Pay it forward worthy goal for retired baby boomers
    The financial crisis that began in late 2007 has significantly affected many retirees and baby boomers. Their plans and dreams for a comfortable retirement have been upended, and many of us are wondering what's next. The world has changed and much...
  • Ventura County rainstorm causes mudslide, evacuations

    Ventura County rainstorm causes mudslide, evacuations
    The first rainstorm most have seen in months moved into Southern California on Friday night, causing mudslides in Camarillo that damaged some homes. The Ventura County Fire Department said one person was rescued and 11 homes were evacuated after...
  • Park Ridge theater to stage children's opera performed in Nazi camp

     Park Ridge theater to stage children's opera performed in Nazi camp
    Petite Opera Productions is, true to its name, small. The Park Ridge-based company, dedicated to introducing new audiences to opera in nonstuffy settings, doesn't usually fly in a guest performer and pay expenses for a nearly monthlong stay. And yet...
  • Rauner made $60.1 million last year, tax returns show

    Rauner made $60.1 million last year, tax returns show
    Republican governor candidate Bruce Rauner made $60.15 million last year — up from $53 million the year before, according to cover sheets of his tax returns his campaign released Friday. All told, Rauner and wife Diana reported paying $17.25...
  • Officials: Phillipsburg fire was accidental

    A fire that damaged five structures in Phillipsburg on Friday has been ruled an accident, authorities said. Five of Phillipsburg's six fire companies responded to the blaze, which began around 6:40 p.m. and damaged a string of rowhomes: 141, 143, 145,...