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  • Looking for every sale, retailers inject testosterone into holiday shopping

    Looking for every sale, retailers inject testosterone into holiday shopping
    Matthew Waylett has put down his cocktail to adjust the tilt of an Indiana Jones-esque fedora, admiring his reflection in the mirror set up at the bar. It's Men's Night Out at the Manor Tavern, and Waylett has been lured to the shopping event, not so...
  • Tractor rides served up with barbecue dinner

    Tractor rides served up with barbecue dinner
    Members of the Edvard Grieg Lodge # 74, a Norwegian cultural heritage organization, enjoyed a an afternoon filled with barbecue meals and tractor rides at the Lutheran Church in the Foothills on Saturday. The group meets every fourth Saturday of the...
  • It's A Gray Area: Fundamentals are the answer to the recession

    The fledgling program TAP America is trying to strengthen the U.S. economy by encouraging people to buy more American products as a matter of patriotism; however, like so many other political proposals, it sounds like a nice idea, but it won't work. Just...
  • Rumored to be Dancing with the Stars, Favre just won't go away

    Rumored to be Dancing with the Stars, Favre just won't go away
    With rumors circulating that legendary quarterback Brett Favre is joining "Dancing with the Stars," the sports blogosphere is close to imploding on itself (and I know, I'm now contributing to it). If the rumors are true, Favre will follow in the dance...
  • Tropico Perspective: It is time for bigger government

    I think it’s time to end our 10-year experiment with faith-based economics. This country is in desperate need of jobs and the invisible hand of the marketplace has been, pun intended, a no-show. The stock market has had so many twists and turns this...
  • Storms do little damage

    Storms do little damage
    Locals bracing for a sloppy Saturday and possible mudslides in the hills instead enjoyed a cool, breezy calm between the storms. Friday night saw powerful winds and about half an inch of rain at Bob Hope Airport, while a flood watch was in effect in the...
  • Park opening brings chance to win John Deere mower

    The Gloucester Parks, Recreation & Tourism Department is selling raffle tickets with the winning ticket scoring a John Deere X320 lawn tractor. The proceeds from the raffle will benefit Woodville Park. The park's grand opening is scheduled for June 30....
  • Jeffrey L. Barnes, auto dealer

    Jeffrey L. Barnes, auto dealer
    Jeffrey L. Barnes, a farmer and owner of an Eldersburg Chevrolet dealership, died Monday of pancreatic cancer at his Finksburg home. He was 68. Jeffrey Lynn Barnes was born in Baltimore and raised in Winfield. He attended Westminster High School....
  • Hurricane brings 3 more deaths to Lehigh Valley; 41,000 regain power in 1 day; 160,000 still in dark

    Hurricane brings 3 more deaths to Lehigh Valley; 41,000 regain power in 1 day; 160,000 still in dark
    The Lehigh Valley impact of Hurricane Sandy intensified Wednesday with the reports of two more storm-related deaths. Also on Wednesday, 41,000 of the region's homes and businesses that lost power in the storm had electricity restored. But about 160,000...
  • Valley makes the slow road back to normal

    Valley makes the slow road back to normal
    The Lehigh Valley's recovery from superstorm Sandy seemed to be proceeding slowly but surely on Wednesday, with streets coming to life and the area's electric utilities saying most power would be restored by the end of the weekend. But the return to...
  • Some Howard farmers up in arms over development rights

    Marge Cissel is pressing her right index finger into the cover of a white loose-leaf binder containing a new state law limiting the use of septic systems, urging restricted development rights for some farm property. She's had the binder for months now,...