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  • Norwegian posts higher third-quarter profit

    Norwegian posts higher third-quarter profit
    The parent company of Miami-based Norwegian Cruise Line posted higher third-quarter earnings, boosted in part by the addition of its newest ship, Norwegian Getaway, which began sailing this year. Net income rose 17.6 percent to $201.1 million, or 97...
  • "Depression babies" give $3 million to local nonprofit

    "Depression babies" give $3 million to local nonprofit
    They were born in 1929, the year the stock market crashed, and grew up in hard-scrabble times. Yet even with successful careers, husband and wife Stanley and Pearl Goodman never forgot their roots and are busy giving back. The unassuming 85-year-...
  • Review: 'You Might Remember Me' by Mike Thomas

    It is remarkable in this celebrity-obsessed age that it has taken so long to receive a full-length biography of Phil Hartman. Given the heat of his fame — in the 1980s and '90s he was a bright star of "Saturday Night Live," "The Simpsons" (his...
  • Donna Schmaltz: She shared passion for books, flowers

    Donna Schmaltz: She shared passion for books, flowers
    Books and flowers were among life's greatest joys for Donna Schmaltz, and the Oviedo resident worked hard to spread her passion for them to others. "She grew all sorts of amazing and beautiful things," said daughter Victoria Scott of Orlando. Schmaltz,...
  • Fall-planted spring-flowering bulbs bring a dose of good health to you and your garden

    Fall-planted spring-flowering bulbs bring a dose of good health to you and your garden
    Much is written about the good-health powers of gardening. Gardening's physical activities – mowing, weeding, planting and raking – exercise muscles, burn calories and reduce stress. "Gardening is one of the best stress-relieving...
  • Intuit hosts sale of outsider art Oct. 24-25

     Intuit hosts sale of outsider art Oct. 24-25
    Collector-O-Rama, the sale organized by Intuit: The Center for Intuitive and Outsider Art, will offer a diverse array of artwork and collectibles. About 20 collector-vendors will be thinning out and selling their accumulation of works by self-taught...
  • Can trains, baseballs and slides coexist? Fairview Park panel chugs inland to see

    Can trains, baseballs and slides coexist? Fairview Park panel chugs inland to see
    RIVERSIDE — Here in Hunter Hobby Park, balls, bats, playground slides and steaming locomotives share common ground. The different users coexist and, apparently, get along in a space that works for everyone. For some, this is the vision for Costa...
  • Adult & Continuing Education

    WINDSOR LOCKS - Several classes are still open for enrollment at Windsor Locks Adult & Continuing Education which serves those who live or work in Windsor Locks & East Granby. Residents from other towns are also welcome. Classes are held at Windsor...
  • Randy Stephens: Flying gave him 'a feeling of freedom'

    Randy Stephens: Flying gave him 'a feeling of freedom'
    Zambia, Thailand and Bermuda are just a few of the far-flung locales that Randy Stephens frequented as a commercial airline pilot. The Mount Dora resident couldn't get enough of flying — he also loved to soar above the clouds in his Cessna 180...
  • Finish up those final fall gardening chores

    The days remaining to finish up this year's garden chores are dwindling. It has been a really pleasant fall, but the nice weather won't last much longer. Most likely there are a few final tasks that need to be attended to before winter weather sets in. We...
  • Delaware Water Gap divers battle conditions, emotions

     Delaware Water Gap divers battle conditions, emotions
    "Go make history," U.S. Park Ranger Michael Croll said. Over the side of his boat, men in wet suits played with meters and tested goggles. They bobbed up and down in a metal-colored ooze, the surface of which reflected the autumnal foliage of the...