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  • May is Lyme Disease Awareness Month in Harford

    The Harford County Health Department and a local advocacy group are warning residents their spring and summer outdoor activities could put them at risk for Lyme disease, the most common vector borne disease in the United States. A bacterial disease, the...
  • Photo contest winners: National park scenes like you've never seen

    Photo contest winners: National park scenes like you've never seen
    The National Park Foundation last year asked amateur photographers to explore U.S. parklands and come back with their best shots. With almost 20,000 submissions, lesser-known landscapes in Michigan and Wisconsin parks are the big winners in the 2013 Share...
  • Mailbag: Save the C.M. Neighborhood Community Center

    We urge the City Council to slow down the apparent rush to convert the great Neighborhood Community Center (NCC) into a library. Further, we urge the city not to spend any large up-front money, nor expend any expensive city staff time, before fully...
  • Family of 5 killed in Hesperia crash reportedly headed to Disneyland

    Family of 5 killed in Hesperia crash reportedly headed to Disneyland
    The family of five that were killed Sunday in a car crash in Hesperia were reportedly on their way to Disneyland to celebrate a birthday when a van veered into oncoming traffic and slammed into their car. The crash occurred about 7 a.m. at Main Street...
  • City cooling centers open during heat wave

    With temperatures expected to reach triple digits this week, city officials in Glendale are encouraging seniors to stay out of the sun at one of four cooling stations in the community. The National Weather Service predicts a high of 95 on Tuesday, 100...
  • Universal's new Harry Potter ride will have big cars, Gringotts Bank story

    Universal's new Harry Potter ride will have big cars, Gringotts Bank story
    The signature ride at Universal Orlando's new Diagon Alley will have big vehicles that can whisk 12 people through a Harry Potter story featuring villains, dragons and goblins, a Universal executive said Monday. One goal for the new Harry Potter and the...
  • Vigil held for Disneyland-bound family of five killed in crash

    Vigil held for Disneyland-bound family of five killed in crash
    Friends and loved ones of a family of five killed in a car crash while en route to Disneyland gathered in disbelief and shared grief during a vigil in Hesperia on Monday night. The parents -- identified by relatives as Angelica Garcia-Garcia and Gerardo...
  • First Look at 'Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringotts' Ride in Orlando

    Universal Orlando Resort has provided a more detailed look at its "Harry Potter and the Escape from Gringotts" ride inside Diagon Alley, the expanded portion of the Wizarding World of Harry Potter theme park that will open this summer. The ride is one of...
  • Walt Disney World voted favorite theme park for 11th year

    Walt Disney World voted favorite theme park for 11th year
    The 2013 National Amusement Park Historical Association's survey of favorite amusement parks has Walt Disney World as the "Favorite Theme Park", the organization announced this week.  It is the 11th consecutive year the theme park was given the title. ...
  • It's a Small World to become a big Disney film

    It's a Small World to become a big Disney film
    It's a Small World, the 50-year-old Disneyland attraction with the singing automatonic children, is reportedly being turned into a movie. Deadline.com reported that Jon Turteltaub has been hired by Walt Disney Studios to direct the movie based on the...
  • Police officer works to build trust on his beat in Pen Lucy

    Police officer works to build trust on his beat in Pen Lucy
    As a crime summit approaches and a survey finds public mistrust of police, the beat goes on for one Northern District officer who patrols the crime-prone Pen Lucy area. "It's the passion that I have," said Officer Edwin Albino, 37, of Edgewood, a nearly...