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Dunkin' Donuts was founded in 1950 in Quincy, Massachusetts. The company headquarters are now in Canton, Massachusetts. Dunkin' Donuts
Dunkin' Donuts was founded in 1950 in Quincy, Massachusetts. The company headquarters are now in Canton, Massachusetts. Dunkin' Donuts « Show less

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  • 1994 Dolphins: Some ex-players succeed, some fall on hard times

    1994 Dolphins: Some ex-players succeed, some fall on hard times
    A heroin dealer in upstate New York. A juvenile court judge in Tennessee. A Stanford grad overseeing $500 million in pension funds for Florida state retirees. A felon who watched his son win the Heisman Trophy from a jailhouse TV. These are your 1994...
  • 5 new coffee shops

    5 new coffee shops
    When a caffeine craving sneaks up, you don't have to venture far to find your fix, whether at a boutique roaster such as Metropolis or Intelligentsia or the drive-thru at Dunkin Donuts. Lucky for serious coffee fans, the past four months have brought five...
  • UConn Men Outlast Providence 82-79 In Overtime

    UConn Men Outlast Providence 82-79 In Overtime
    There are games when the stat sheet should be tossed aside. There are games when the stat sheet should be shredded, incinerated as soon as possible. Once in a career, perhaps, there is a game like this. Kevin Ollie might want to save the stat sheet from...
  • Salt & Pepper Family Restaurant spices up diner-style fare

    Like the ubiquitous seasonings for which it's named, Salt & Pepper Family Restaurant is an everyday eatery — a spot for diner-style fare at diner-style prices. Salt & Pepper opened in Whitehall about six months ago, bringing renewed life to...
  • Police are 'up on the roof' for Special Olympics of Maryland

    People looking for Westminster Police Chief Jeff Spaulding on Sunday, Sept. 30, might try Dunkin' Donuts. That's not a gag. Spaulding and two Maryland State Police officers —Capt. Jim DeWees and Lt. Rob Stryjewski — were scheduled to spend...
  • Tomatoes: Grow them in buckets to improve soil, reduce problems and increase harvests

    Tomatoes: Grow them in buckets to improve soil, reduce problems and increase harvests
    For several summers, John Erman has harvested bushels of ruby red tomatoes - all grown in buckets done in a special design he first created about a decade ago. His bucket-in-a-bucket planter idea, made with one whole 5-gallon bucket and parts of...
  • Glen Mar Golf Classic raises $16,000 for Grassroots

    The inaugural Glen Mar Golf Classic benefit for Grassroots attracted a full field at Timbers at Troy Golf Course, in Elkridge, and raised more than $16,000. All of the proceeds from the event, including sponsorships, silent auction and other fundraising...
  • Henry P. 'Doc' Zetlin, pharmacist

    Henry P. 'Doc' Zetlin, pharmacist
    Henry P. "Doc" Zetlin, a pharmacist who later became a kosher events caterer at a Baltimore hotel, died Monday of multiple organ failure at Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center and Hospital. He was 96. Born in Baltimore, he was the son of Jewish...
  • Old friends settle a 42-year-old sports debt – with 34 dozen doughnuts

    FORT LAUDERDALE – My mission, if I chose to accept it, was simple. Simple but crazy. Good crazy. Heartwarming crazy. At the request of a Purdue University communications professor named Glenn Sparks, I would deliver 34 dozen doughnuts to a Fort...
  • Opening soon: New Thai restaurant in South Whitehall

    Opening soon: New Thai restaurant in South Whitehall
    You'll soon be able to get your fill of Pad Thai, Red Curry and Tamarind Duck in South Whitehall Township. Owners of the new Thai Avenue Restaurant in South Whitehall hope to open next week, once they pass inspections. After I took a photo of the...
  • Without power, Valley residents search for coffee, outlets

    The wind had finally died down. The rain reduced to an intermittent drizzle. Across the Lehigh Valley, hundreds of thousands of residents awoke Tuesday without power and in need of an essential morning commodity. Hot coffee. Gordy Frack of Bethlehem...