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  • Racing at Laurel resumes Friday; Drunken Love heavy favorite

    Et cetera Racing at Laurel resumes Friday; 'Love' heavy favorite Live racing returns to the major Maryland tracks for the first-time since early June as the 65-day Laurel Park fall meeting begins Friday. Admission and programs are free on opening day....
  • Disney opens another outlet for popular Dole Whip desserts

    Disney opens another outlet for popular Dole Whip desserts
    Dole Whip lovers have a new outlet at Walt Disney World. The popular pineapple-flavored, soft-serve concoctions are now available at Pineapple Lanai, a small, new eatery at Disney's Polynesian Village Resort.  The walk-up counter is just outside the...
  • Emmaus Borough Council OKs brew pub zoning, dogging geese

    Emmaus Borough Council OKs brew pub zoning, dogging geese
    It was a mixed bag for Emmaus Borough Council as it voted Tuesday night to allow a conditional use permit for brew pubs and craft breweries, deal more aggressively with nuisance geese and enter into negotiations with an automotive repair shop to license...
  • Restaurant review: Ye Olde Spring Valley Tavern resurrects old inn's appeal

    Restaurant review: Ye Olde Spring Valley Tavern resurrects old inn's appeal
    On a late summer night, dining al fresco while listening to a chorus of crickets in concert with gurgling water fountains, I found myself especially grateful for resurrection of Upper Saucon Township's Spring Valley Inn. The inn, closed about half a...
  • Emanuel and a puppy-kicking CEO vie for Moutza

    Emanuel and a puppy-kicking CEO vie for Moutza
    Chicago Teachers Union President Karen Lewis — who is Mayor Rahm Emanuel's worst nightmare — just loves the Moutza of the Month column. And today is the day we award the Moutza of the Month for August. So get your hands ready, with the...
  • Marines introduced to boating

    Marines introduced to boating
    They arrived from places like Bakersfield, Puerto Rico and St. Joseph, Mo. Thirty young men bonded as infantry members of the 1st Battalion, 1st Marines Division, stationed at Camp Pendleton, landed Thursday in Newport Beach for a special off-duty...
  • West Virginia's West Fork Rail Trail follows streams through Allegheny Mountains

    West Virginia's West Fork Rail Trail follows streams through Allegheny Mountains
    The West Fork Rail Trail is one the sweetest rail trails in West Virginia. It runs 23 miles from Durbin in Pocahontas County north to Glady in Randolph County in the heart of the Allegheny Mountains. It follows two streams: the north-flowing West Fork of...
  • Pitcher-perfect sports bars

    Pitcher-perfect sports bars
    Every year, the NFL begins the first game of the season with a coin flip, but you don't have to rely on chance to find a semi-worthy sports bar in Central Florida. I'm not usually a fan of chain restaurants such as Miller's Ale House or Hooters, but...
  • Rauner declines to say how personal relationship with Emanuel will affect political one

    Rauner declines to say how personal relationship with Emanuel will affect political one
    Republican governor candidate Bruce Rauner said Tuesday that he has worked together for years with Democratic Mayor Rahm Emanuel, but declined to discuss how their personal relationship might affect their political one. The wealthy venture capitalist,...
  • Emanuel downplays 'wine picture' with Rauner

    Emanuel downplays 'wine picture' with Rauner
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel on Wednesday said he thinks Bruce Rauner's positions on the minimum wage and education are more important in the race for governor than the wealthy Republican's membership in a ritzy wine club. "Voters will decide whether to make a...
  • Fighting financial scams aimed at seniors

    Sally Hurme figured that if anyone knew about financial scams targeted at older Americans, it would be her family and friends. After all, Hurme, an attorney and AARP project advisor, had spent two decades educating seniors across the country about fraud...