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  • 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...
  • 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....
  • Destination America aims to bring us together, with bacon

     Destination America aims to bring us together, with bacon
    Tony's I-75 Restaurant in Birch Run, Mich., is proud home of what might well be the nation's largest BLT. Each sandwich contains a pound of bacon — about 25 to 30 deep-fried strips — stacked about 8 inches high between two slabs of white...
  • 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,...
  • Iowa's pork delicacy champs

     Iowa's pork delicacy champs
    PRAIRIE CITY, Iowa — It would be easy to pass by the small, white building with its red-trimmed windows. After all, the cafe is dwarfed by the nearby grain elevators and the Prairie City water tower. Yet the often-crowded gravel lot, where BMWs...
  • Experiencing deja vu in Howard County farmland fight

    This Howard County movie has played before: the County Council considering laws to restrict rural land development, farmers staging a tractor parade protesting what they see as an attack on their property values, public officials saying preservation...
  • Romney, Santorum trade jabs ahead of Illinois Republican primary

    Romney, Santorum trade jabs ahead of Illinois Republican primary
    Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney began a Sunday campaign blitz by criticizing President Barack Obama for administration policies that he said boosted gas prices and said he backed more drilling for domestic oil and the Keystone pipeline....
  • Joe Biden update: He's late, reviews Russian-U.S. relations and screws up some names

     
    Full text of the Democrat speech in Russia before he leaves for Moldava while budget talks in Washington stall....
  • On Location: Business is cruising for Picture Car Warehouse

     
    It looks just like any other car lot in the Valley, with its own showroom, parts department and body shop. But this former Cadillac dealership in Northridge isn’t open to the public. Picture Car Warehouse is a kind of one-stop......
  • Helpful hint: Rehab a damaged men's hat with fly-fishing flies

     
    As hats (especially the broader-brimmed versions) become increasingly common among today's menfolk, so too will what I like to call "hatcidents" -- the unintentional mistreatment of headgear that stems from the fact that today's guys aren't used to...