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  • The Colonies on Fort Monroe is going gangbusters

    The Colonies on Fort Monroe is going gangbusters
    The Colonies Travel Park is going to get busy this weekend. Well, about as busy as a place can get when nearly everyone is on vacation and moving at half speed. With the Hampton Cup Regatta coming into town, the site near the northern tip of Fort Monroe...
  • Along the Scouting Trail: Troop 507 members climb Mount Whitney

    Along the Scouting Trail: Troop 507 members climb Mount Whitney
    Members of La Cańada Boy Scout Troop 507 took part in a six-day, 40-mile backpacking trip in the Sierra Nevada mountain range that began July 9. The highlight of the trip was their trek to the 14,508-foot summit of Mt. Whitney. During their trip, the...
  • 7-night Alaska cruise on the Norwegian Sun sailing from Whittier to Vancouver from $379

    7-night Alaska cruise on the Norwegian Sun sailing from Whittier to Vancouver from $379
    Norwegian Cruise Line offers a 7-night Alaskan cruise on the Norwegian Sun for as little as $379, based on double occupancy. The Norwegian Sun sails on a Monday-to-Monday itinerary from Whittier, Alaska to Vancouver with stops in Hubbard Glacier, Icy...
  • FHSAA wants easy realignment, but is there such a thing?

    FHSAA wants easy realignment, but is there such a thing?
    The Florida High School Athletic Association soon will undergo the arduous task of realigning 682 member schools into sports districts for the 2015-16 school year and beyond. FHSAA executive director Roger Dearing anticipates "minimal changes" and not...
  • Wisconsin lake, known for musky, offers anglers so much more

    OCONOMOWOC, Wis. The time was somewhere between first light and sunrise. The place was Oconomowoc Lake, halfway between the two main points on the lake's north shore. The conditions were a little summer and a little more fall. But the identity of the...
  • Tennis players compete at USTA National Clay Court Championships

    Tennis players compete at USTA National Clay Court Championships
    Junior tennis players from across the nation came to Delray Beach on their summer breaks from high school to compete with 400 of their peers in the USTA Boys' 18 & 16 National Clay Court Championships held at Delray Beach Tennis Center. Even though...
  • Basketball, baseball | Maine South athlete torn between two sports

    Caleb deMarigny has been Maine South High School's varsity point guard since he was a sophomore, the same year he took over as the Hawks' varsity shortstop. Manning essential positions in consecutive seasons is nothing deMarigny can't handle, and he's...
  • Watch: Rapper DMX freaks out on Orlando amusement ride

    Watch: Rapper DMX freaks out on Orlando amusement ride
    DMX's 1999 hit "Party Up" begins with a chorus that says "Y'all gon' make me lose my mind up in here, up in here." Well on Friday, an Orlando-based amusement ride made the rapper and actor both lose his mind and "act a fool." A camera captured DMX,...
  • New England's Newest Family Waterpark Offers Indoor Play, Lodging

    New England's Newest Family Waterpark Offers Indoor Play, Lodging
    This time of year, local families tend to spend their down time outside — camping in parks, relaxing on the beach, dining al fresco, and attending outdoor concerts. But with the arrival of Great Wolf Lodge New England, a 40-acre destination resort...
  • Windsor Historical Society uses cemetery as 'outdoor museum'

    Just as they would with an archeological dig or an ancient structure, many historical societies are using the valuable information available at cemeteries to teach local history and folklore. Many historical societies all over the nation have recognized...
  • Tickets still available for the New York City bus trip hosted by Friends of NAPL Nov. 14

    Friends of the Northampton Area Public Library are organizing a bus trip to New York City for the Radio City Music Hall Christmas Spectacular. Just 20 seats remain out of 112 available for the trip, which will depart from Northampton recreation center at...