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  • Torresson wins record kayak tournament

    Torresson wins record kayak tournament
    Carl Torresson topped a tournament-record fleet of 170 kayaks Saturday to win the Extreme Kayak Fishing Summer Slam Part 1 out of Pompano Beach. Torresson caught two kingfish weighing a total of 40.5 pounds to win the $4,000 top prize plus another $3,...
  • AAA: Fourth Of July Weekend Could See Record Number Of Travelers

    AAA: Fourth Of July Weekend Could See Record Number Of Travelers
    If you're planning on traveling this Fourth of July holiday weekend, you will be far from the one. AAA estimates that a record 2.1 million New Englanders will travel 50 miles or more between July 1 and July 5 for the long Fourth of July holiday weekend,...
  • Travel trips include 11 days in Colombia for $1,999, including air

     Travel trips include 11 days in Colombia for $1,999, including air
    Here are some of the more interesting deals, websites and other travel tidbits that have come across our desk recently: •SmarTours has an 11-day/10-night exploration of Colombia that's priced from $1,999 per person double occupancy, including...
  • Senior Announcements

    O'Malley Senior Center The O'Malley Senior Activity Center, 1275 Odenton Road, Odenton, will offer the following programs in July: July 6—Van trip to Houlihan's Restaurant in Gambrills at 11 a.m. Advance sign up is required. July 7—Danny...
  • DC stop of Pope Francis trip includes White House, Congress

    Pope Francis will spend 48 hours in Washington during a September visit, stopping at both the White House and Congress on his first trip to the United States as pope, the Vatican announced Tuesday. Francis will arrive in Washington from Cuba the...
  • Change of plans leads Libertyville's Ben Kimpler to Miami (Ohio) football

    Change of plans leads Libertyville's Ben Kimpler to Miami (Ohio) football
    Ben Kimpler made an abrupt change in plans that had a big impact on his future. The Libertyville senior defensive end gave a verbal commitment to Miami (Ohio) on June 28. Kimpler wasn't expecting to announce his college selection over the weekend, but...
  • Low-income kids soar on summer trips abroad

     Low-income kids soar on summer trips abroad
    Growing up in Englewood, 18-year-old Lawon Pace spent his free time playing video games inside his family's three-bedroom apartment because he knew it wasn't safe on the street. When he did go outside, he said, "I always walked with somebody," and he...
  • U.S. and Cuba agree to open embassies and restore diplomatic relations

    In the most significant move yet toward normalizing relations between the U.S. and Cuba, the Obama administration said Tuesday that the two had agreed to open embassies in each other's countries. The diplomatic development is the most authoritative move...
  • On the depleted Kern River, rafting companies look to ride out the drought

    On the depleted Kern River, rafting companies look to ride out the drought
    Darron Nilsson navigated his truck down a dirt road to the Kern River. The trail, less traveled this year, opened up to a dusty clearing at the water's edge. Here, if the snowpack had not amounted to 5% of normal this spring, if the drought hadn't...
  • Crayola Experience expects to draw more than tourists

    Crayola Experience expects to draw more than tourists
    Crayola CEO Mike Perry thinks this is a bright idea: Put an attraction in Florida Mall. Crayola Experience, which will hold its grand opening Wednesday, features 25 interactive stations where kids and adults can complete creative activities — some...
  • Pope to meet with homeless, prisoners, immigrants during U.S. trip

    Pope Francis will meet with homeless people, immigrants and prisoners during his upcoming trip to Cuba and the United States. He'll also preside over a meeting about religious liberty — a major issue for the U.S. Catholic Church in the wake of the...