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  • Trick or treat at Lehigh Valley Mall Saturday

     
    Lehigh Valley Mall is hosting Boo Bash, a safe trick or treat alternative Saturday, October 26 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. p.m. Kids are invited to wear their costumes and take part in a family-friendly celebration of Halloween activities. Kids can take part...
  • Baltimore is just fine, thank you [Letter]

    Baltimore is just fine, thank you [Letter]
    My elation quickly soured as I read commentator Eileen Pollock's assessment of life in Baltimore following her return to the city after years of living in Manhattan ("Baltimore is no New York," Jan. 13). I agree that we desperately need more public...
  • Detroit Auto Show: Editors pick the best of the show

    Detroit Auto Show: Editors pick the best of the show
    Of the scores of new models on display at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit, we’ve culled the herd down to five you definitely need to check out. Each represents either an automotive breakthrough or a big improvement over the...
  • Evacuation order lifted in North Dakota town after oil train crash

    After health experts determined that air quality was safe within city limits, officials in Casselton, N.D., on Tuesday afternoon lifted a voluntary evacuation order that had been issued after a collision involving a train carrying crude oil released...
  • Implementing Obamacare in a red state: A report from the front

    Implementing Obamacare in a red state: A report from the front
    If you're handing out New Year's best wishes for the "losers" in the rollout of the Affordable Care Act, save some heart for the people tasked with implementing the new law in red states -- the dozens of states where legislative obstruction has left...
  • St. Charles, Geneva crews takes aim at residential streets; traffic accidents increase in Batavia

    St. Charles, Geneva crews takes aim at residential streets; traffic accidents increase in Batavia
    Most residential streets in St. Charles and Geneva should be cleared by this evening, but with more snow on the way and sub-zero temperatures expected Sunday night, snow removal and street cleaning efforts will continue into the weekend, city officials...
  • Flashing red lights mean move over on Florida roads

    Flashing red lights mean move over on Florida roads
    Something to add to your safe driving habits, if it's not already your practice: Move over when you see flashing red lights coming from a patrol car, emergency vehicle or tow truck on the side of the road. The Florida Highway Patrol says that since...
  • Surviving winter with rear-wheel drive

    Surviving winter with rear-wheel drive
    The winter travel season is again upon us, and much of the country has experienced freezing rain, sleet, ice and snow for the holidays. That is, of course, when a majority of travelers hit the interstates in their cars — many of which may possess an...
  • No buzz but legally drunk: Reporter tests breath-analysis gizmo

    No buzz but legally drunk: Reporter tests breath-analysis gizmo
    If you've ever sat at the pub after work sipping your favorite Cabernet or craft brew, then you've probably wondered: When is it safe to drive home? If your blood alcohol concentration reaches .08%, that means someone else should take the keys. As...
  • Why are polluters getting discounts? [Commentary]

    Why are polluters getting discounts?  [Commentary]
    If you own a car in Maryland, you know the experience. Every two years, you get a light brown envelope from the Motor Vehicle Administration with a bill for your automobile registration fee — $77.50 per year as of July, and more if your vehicle...
  • Gun owners should be outraged at Bruce Fleming's death

    Gun owners should be outraged at Bruce Fleming's death
    Nothing could have saved Bruce Fleming from someone else's carelessness and stupidity. Except maybe a Kevlar jacket. The 69-year-old father and husband died from a stray gunshot while working in his Deltona backyard on Christmas morning. Local...