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  • Family of 5 on way to Disneyland killed by DUI driver, officials say

    Family of 5 on way to Disneyland killed by DUI driver, officials say
    A Hesperia man who took prescription drugs and passed out behind the wheel is responsible for killing two parents and their three children driving to Disneyland in May, the San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department said. Following an...
  • Civil Preparedness Director Updates Citizens

    The Town of Glastonbury's Civil Preparedness Department provides a lot of behind-the-scenes help when an emergency happens. At the Riverfront Community Center on June 16, Civil Preparedness Director Bobby Dibella explained that his department's work, when...
  • Universal creatives reveal the technology behind Diagon Alley

    GamerHub.tv It's been four years since Harry Potter changed the theme park experience with the Wizarding World of Harry Potter -- Hogsmeade at Universal Orlando Resort. Over that time, technology has advanced, allowing the team at Universal Creative to...
  • Disneyland set to reopen exclusive Club 33 after extensive expansion

    Disneyland set to reopen exclusive Club 33 after extensive expansion
    Disneyland's private Club 33 restaurant will double in size after an extensive six-month renovation that adds a new entrance, kitchen and jazz-inspired lounge. Long maintained as a park secret and shrouded in mystery, the members-only club billed as...
  • Briefly In Education: CdM sophomore at Global Youth Summit

    Briefly In Education: CdM sophomore at Global Youth Summit
    A Corona del Mar High School sophomore is representing California students at the Global Youth Summit on the future of medicine this week. Brandeis University in Massachusetts is hosting the summit, which runs through Saturday. Out of hundreds of...
  • Florida's Fourth: Plenty of options to declare your independence

    Florida's Fourth: Plenty of options to declare your independence
    With July 4 landing very conveniently on a Friday this year, it is easy to declare your independence and put together a three-day getaway to celebrate our nation’s freedom –and our own. If the idea of a mini-vacation in Florida to take in...
  • Disney's Hollywood Studios adds 'Frozen' events for summer

    Disney's Hollywood Studios adds 'Frozen' events for summer
    Disney's Hollywood Studios is about to be "Frozen" over. The theme park will be adding limited-time activities related to the blockbuster film beginning July 5. "Frozen Summer Fun Live!," scheduled to run through Sept. 1, will represent the first...
  • Highland Park rec areas getting lightning detection system

    Highland Park rec areas getting lightning detection system
    A $100,000 lightning detection system, using sensors, horns and strobe lights, will be installed this month at 10 of Highland Park's major recreational areas, and at Rosewood Beach and Moraine Park in 2015. The Park District of Highland Park chose the...
  • Ski resorts gear up for summer activities

    Summer can be a great time to visit ski resorts. The weather is usually glorious, and there are numerous outdoor activities, festivals and cultural offerings aimed at attracting visitors and entertaining locals. In this generally slower time of year,...
  • Outside Opinion: Fulton Market should get landmark status

    Outside Opinion: Fulton Market should get landmark status
    The city is proposing historic landmark status for parts of Fulton Market and Randolph Street, the traditional meat market district that has attracted restaurants and offices. The city wants to preserve storefronts' character, but many business owners...
  • Converting club into community center may cost $47 million

    Converting club into community center may cost $47 million
    Converting the local Five Seasons Sports Club into a Northbrook community center could cost between $35.7 million and $46.7 million, according to official preliminary estimates. About half of the price or more would go toward renovating the 14-year-old,...