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  • Report: Fire starter hit fireman with shovel while extinguishing illegal burn

    Report: Fire starter hit fireman with shovel while extinguishing illegal burn
    Here's one way to land yourself in hot water -- and the pokey. Deputies busted Gregory Sean Turner last Friday after he hit a Charlotte County Fire Lieutenant in the helmet while the fire official was trying to put out a fire behind Turner's home,...
  • Letter: Thanks to Susquehanna Hose Company for emergency response

    Editor: Oct. 16, 2 a.m., the Susquehanna Hose Company responded to a fire call at my residence on Red Head Way in Havre de Grace. The volunteer firefighters went above and beyond their call of duty. They mitigated further water sprinkler damage by use...
  • Holiday decorating: Family Handyman offers 10 easy tips for festive looks

    Holiday decorating: Family Handyman offers 10 easy tips for festive looks
    The Family Handyman offers 10 hints and tips that will make your holiday decorating faster, easier, as well as safe and fun! - Holiday light hangers: When hanging holiday lights, try attaching the wires with clothespins. This is a much easier method...
  • Park lifeguards maintain serious focus at annual competition

    Park lifeguards maintain serious focus at annual competition
    Lifeguards, Cullin Brown will have you know, do not laze around beaches, lakes and pools. "There's a stereotype that we sit in the sun and tan," said Brown, a 19-year-old lifeguard at Rocky Gap State Park in Western Maryland. State park lifeguards...
  • Amber Alert: Neighbors stunned by alleged killing, kidnapping

    Amber Alert: Neighbors stunned by alleged killing, kidnapping
    BOULEVARD, Calif. -- It's what everyone always says, Jim DiMaggio's neighbors agreed: He seemed like a nice guy. James Lee DiMaggio moved into the two-road neighborhood in Boulevard -- a dusty, quiet stretch of San Diego County about five miles north of...
  • Girls caught nude dude showering with hose on high school campus

    Girls caught nude dude showering with hose on high school campus
    Normally getting a report of a naked man taking a shower with a water hose next to the girl's locker room on a school campas at 1:00 a.m. on a weekend would raise much of an eyebrow. But Key West High School was hosting band camp last weekend. And,...
  • Savage Love: Kinky Kid

    Savage Love: Kinky Kid
    I recently discovered that my 14-year-old stepson, who lives with us full-time, has been stealing, wearing, soiling, and hiding his toddler sister's pull-ups. I've found them after he hides them in his closet, which also serves as a general storage area....
  • HondaVac vs. DustBuster: Testing Odyssey's van vacuum

    HondaVac vs. DustBuster: Testing Odyssey's van vacuum
    Kids are not tidy. My family spends much of the weekend on the road, logging lots of miles and meals in the car — add a 3-year-old to the mix and you can guarantee a mess or two. Each Sunday we return with a little more than we left with, usually...
  • Car care: Spring tuneup for your car

    Car care: Spring tuneup for your car
    It was a long winter. Shorter days, cooler weather and pavement potholes may have taken their toll on you — and an even bigger toll on your car. As flowers bloom and trees grow, it's a good time to give your car a spring cleaning and thorough...
  • Glendale Police helicopter aids in firehose retrieval

    Glendale Police helicopter aids in firehose retrieval
    A Glendale police helicopter on Thursday hauled away several hundred feet of the water hoses used last week to fight a 75-acre blaze in Glenoaks Canyon. The hose lines were left behind on May 3 after more than 200 firefighters battled flames that swept...
  • Letter: City out of step with water conservation

    There have been several letters published in the News-Press regarding the issue of leaf blowers and their negative effects. I agree with the several writers that the blowers are noisy and create unnecessary dust. Unfortunately, I personally have been...