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  • Simsbury Residents Weigh In On Hudson Property

    Simsbury Residents Weigh In On Hudson Property
    SIMSBURY — With the town's purchase of a property situated on the Farmington River, resident Alan Needham said he wants to get people invested in the landmark waterway. "If we do it right, it will be one of those character things that defines this...
  • Recreation and outdoors calendar

    Recreation and outdoors calendar
    Hunter safety course March: The Baltimore County Game & Fish Protective Association will conduct a hunter safety course at 3400 Northwind Road in Carney. Classes are March 18, 19, 25 and 26 from 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Test is March 28 from 8:30 a.m. to...
  • Family travel five: 5 ideas for Spring Break getaways

    Family travel five: 5 ideas for Spring Break getaways
    Spring holidays provide families a chance to rejuvenate and enjoy time together. Here are five ideas to consider: 1. Westin Lake Las Vegas Resort & Spa, Henderson, Nev. Have the bright lights and a retreat too when you stay at this sunny resort,...
  • Our favorite spring break road trips of 2015

    Our favorite spring break road trips of 2015
    You likely need a change of scenery after this long winter. The good news is that traveling someplace exciting doesn’t always require getting on a plane. While gas prices are still low, it’s a great time to explore all that’s within...
  • Coast Guard rescues 12 during Everglades boat race

    Coast Guard rescues 12 during Everglades boat race
    The U.S. Coast Guard halted the Water Tribe Everglades Challenge near Englewood after it rescued 12 people from the Gulf of Mexico. The 300-nautical-mile event starts in Tampa Bay and ends in Key Largo. It features small boats such as kayaks and canoes,...
  • Free entry, special programs at Everglades National Park for President's Day weekend

    Free entry, special programs at Everglades National Park for President's Day weekend
    It's going to be a beautiful weekend here in sunny South Florida.  If you're looking for fun things to do outdoors over the long President's day weekend, enjoy free entry at Everglades National Park and all 405 U.S. National Parks on Saturday through...
  • The beauty of kayak diving

    The beauty of kayak diving
    Ray Marquez was first attracted to diving from a kayak because it was inexpensive. After six years of spearfishing and lobstering in South Florida, Marquez knows there are many other benefits to kayak diving. And he will share them, along with kayak...
  • Big Cap tips its hat to Seabiscuit on 75th anniversary of stirring win

    Big Cap tips its hat to Seabiscuit on 75th anniversary of stirring win
    Seventy-five years ago when they ran the Santa Anita Handicap the attendance was 68,525, plus George O'Bryan. It is fair to say that all 68,526 had come to watch Seabiscuit run. It was 1940. There were still remnants of the Great Depression. There was a...
  • Camping at Sebastian Inlet a getaway to recreation, paddle sports, wildlife

    Camping at Sebastian Inlet a getaway to recreation, paddle sports, wildlife
    As winter morphs into spring and snowbirds migrate north, campgrounds around the state start emptying out, providing opportunities for an outdoors escape before the wrenching humidity of summer bakes the landscape. The Sebastian Inlet area has long been...
  • Artist hand-carving canoe at gallery

    Artist hand-carving canoe at gallery
    The ax falls time and again, kicking up the cedar-smelling chips. Passersby pause to watch through the front window of Fort Lauderdale's Upper Room Art Gallery, witnessing a Seminole dugout canoe come to life before their eyes. But traditional...
  • Allentown's Agri-Plex hosts Lehigh Valley Sportsman Show

    Allentown's Agri-Plex hosts Lehigh Valley Sportsman Show
    Josh Day likes coming back to the Lehigh Valley. The Parkland High School graduate owns and operates Wack'em Guide Service in Pulaski, N.Y., specializing in drift boat fishing on the Salmon River for steelhead, monster brown trout, and of course, the...