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  • Tips: Safety for seniors starts at home, continues in the community

    With nearly 50 million citizens age 65 and older living in the United States and Canada, seniors represent one of the fastest growing population segments, but also a demographic commonly targeted for crime. As the senior population continues to increase...
  • Lauderhill plans second community garden

    Encouraged by the response from people in the community to its first community garden, Lauderhill is planning to open another one. At a recent Lauderhill City Commission retreat, officials approved Commissioner Ken Thurston's proposal to use the empty...
  • ‘Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2′ to screen in IMAX 3-D

     
    “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 2,” the final installment in the  Jennifer Lawrence-starring film franchise, will be shown in IMAX […]...
  • Close-knit Jamestown High swimmers enjoy camaraderie, win boys and girls 4A South regional titles

     Close-knit Jamestown High swimmers enjoy camaraderie, win boys and girls 4A South regional titles
    Though only a sophomore, Joelle Vereb already has received a letter of interest from national swimming power UCLA. Like most in her sport, that interest came via her performances on the elite club level. But for Vereb, and many others her age, high...
  • 8 things you should know about Chris Ballard

    8 things you should know about Chris Ballard
    The Chicago Bears’ search for a new general manager soon could come to a close, with former Bears staffer Chris Ballard the presumed front-runner to succeed Phil Emery.   Here are eight things you should know about Ballard. -- He played football...
  • Southington, An All-American, Tight Knit Town

    Southington, An All-American, Tight Knit Town
    Ask most anyone who lives in Southington and they will likely tell you that theirs is the quintessential American town. The U.S. Office of War Information obviously thought so in the spring of 1942 when it chose Southington as the microcosm of America...
  • Cross country invitational meet renamed in honor of Al Dorner

    Cross country invitational meet renamed in honor of  Al Dorner
    When Susan Tilley began giving a history lesson of the Newport News Invitational Cross Country Meet, Al Dorner wondered if she had forgotten the occasion. This was the Newport News Track Hall of Fame induction ceremony. Until Tilley, executive...
  • Tips: Vegetables to try out in your home garden this year

    Gardens are truly a thing of beauty. In many cases they play an important role providing fresh, delicious food to gardeners and their families. The sweet satisfaction of eating a salad or pasta made with fresh vegetables that you harvested only hours...
  • Weis launches online shopping at Woodlawn store

    Weis launches online shopping at Woodlawn store
    Weis Markets is now offering online shopping with in-store pick-up at its Woodlawn store. The supermarket on Security Boulevard is the latest Weis in the area to offer the option,  also available at locations in Perry Hall, Laurel, Woodstock and...
  • Gardening Mistakes And How To Avoid Them This Spring

    After a cold and snowy winter, it's tempting to pull on the gardening gloves and rush out into the garden in a joyful burst of hectic, pent-up energy. It happens every spring. But hold on. Do you make the same gardening mistakes every spring?...
  • Famous St. John's alum Ahmet Ertegun's collection 'comes home'

    For nearly two decades, the Mitchell Gallery at St. John's College has showcased major exhibits such as "The Inventions of Leonardo Da Vinci" and "The Art of Still Life" from the Baltimore Museum of Art. Known for displaying thought-provoking artwork,...