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  • Ciocca Subaru celebrates one-year anniversary

    It’s been a little more than a year since Ciocca Subaru came to Allentown, but it didn’t take long for the dealership to kick things into high gear.  “We sold more than 2,400 new cars in our first year,” says General Manager...
  • Enfield Police Explorers Celebrate A Year Of Work

    Enfield Police Explorers Celebrate A Year Of Work
    ENFIELD – Family members and friends of the current Enfield Police Explorers attended the 47th annual family banquet Friday night. The 26 Explorers range from 13 to 21 years old, Lt. Willie Pedemonti, who oversees the program, said. Typically,...
  • Super Plungers kick off 19th Polar Bear Plunge in Annapolis

    Super Plungers kick off 19th Polar Bear Plunge in Annapolis
    Every year about this time, Montgomery County firefighter Donny Boyd looks forward to heading to Sandy Point State Park in Annapolis and dipping — no, make that plunging — into the frigid Chesapeake Bay. "It's invigorating," Boyd said Friday...
  • Around Town: Kids' inventions on display at Irvine Valley College contest

    Around Town: Kids' inventions on display at Irvine Valley College contest
    More than 450 young inventors in kindergarten through eighth grade will vie for awards and more than $10,000 in cash prizes Saturday in the 28th annual Irvine Valley College "Astounding Inventions" competition. The event runs from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. in...
  • LA84 Foundation awards $1.68 million in grants

    The LA84 Foundation has given out $1.68 million in grants to more the 20 organizations in its latest dispersing of money from the 1984 Olympic Games, including $250,000 to the Special Olympics World Games. LA'S BEST will receive $335,000 to support of...
  • Lafayette College Arts Plaza nominated for award, and other company news

    Lafayette College Arts Plaza nominated for award Spillman Farmer Architects recently announced that Arts Plaza at Lafayette College has been nominated for American-Architects' Building of the Year. Arts Plaza earned its nomination after being selected...
  • More than 300 brave the Big Lake to welcome 2015

    More than 300 brave the Big Lake to welcome 2015
    Ten hours after ringing in the New Year, 7-year-old Logan Kraines prepared to do something she had put on her wish list: Jumping in Lake Michigan with her father and brother, who are regular participants in Waukegan's annual Polar Bear Plunge. "She's...
  • Take Five with Logan Tratnyek, Polar Bear Plunger

    Take Five with Logan Tratnyek, Polar Bear Plunger
    Leaping into a near-frozen Chesapeake Bay in the middle of January might not seem like everyone's idea of a good time. But Logan Tratnyek can't wait. Come Saturday, the 31-year-old Annapolis resident will be one of thousands taking part in the 19th...
  • Youths can participate in community dodgeball tourney

    The Clermont Police and Fire Departments will present "Lights and Ladders Community Dodgeball Tournament" from 5 to 10 p.m. Jan. 30 at Sky Zone Indoor Trampoline Park, 2510 S. U.S. Highway 27 in Clermont. The community tournament is open to children...
  • Hebron's Camp Hemlocks To Get Second Life With $2M Renovation

    Hebron's Camp Hemlocks To Get Second Life With $2M Renovation
    Oak Hill, one of the state's largest providers of services for children and adults with developmental disabilities, has received $1 million from the State Bond Commission and is investing another $1 million of its own into reopening Camp Hemlocks in...
  • Former sportscaster Don Tollefson to mount his defense in fraud trial starting Monday

    Former sportscaster Don Tollefson to mount his defense in fraud trial starting Monday
    The prosecution in Don Tollefson's fraud trial rested its case Friday afternoon after scores of people testified that he ripped them off through a sports ticket-selling scheme. The former Philadelphia sportscaster is already facing hurdles as he...