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  • Ohio woman pleads guilty to Disney World scam

    Ohio woman pleads guilty to Disney World scam
    An Ohio woman accused of orchestrating a Disney World vacation scam that lost families thousands of dollars pleaded guilty Thursday, WCPO reports.  Lisa Andres, 40, was indicted in May on 39 charges, including grand theft, being accused of taking more...
  • Chicken Lounge Rib Eye Steak Sandwich

    Chicken Lounge Rib Eye Steak Sandwich
    Heading west/south on Hamilton Boulevard, negotiate the confusing cloverleaf past 78 and turn left onto Kressler. Turn right onto Hedgerow, continue through the apartment complex and you'll see an elegant display on your left at 4858 Hedgerow. Back to...
  • Jocelyn's Mini Chocolate Chip Snowballs

    Jocelyn's Mini Chocolate Chip Snowballs
    Take Route 309/78 to the Cedar Crest Boulevard exit, where you'll get off and head toward Allentown. Turn right at Lindberg and left on Oldstone, where you'll enjoy 1090, 1005 and other nice displays. This used to be prime holiday light territory for me,...
  • Couple launches virtual incubator to help travel-based technology startups

    Couple launches virtual incubator to help travel-based technology startups
    A married couple in Lake Wales has started a virtual business incubator meant to help travel-based startups grow. Matt and Nicole Zito launched Travel Startups Incubator in August. The incubator does most of its work online but Matt Zito said the duo...
  • Unfinished Spanish cathedral is being built on 53 years of faith

    Unfinished Spanish cathedral is being built on 53 years of faith
    There are hundreds of magnificent cathedrals across Europe, so why do streams of visitors journey to a Madrid suburb to see an unfinished cathedral being built largely with discarded materials and without blueprints by an eccentric, elderly man? My...
  • Diana's Nonalcoholic Wassail

    Diana's Nonalcoholic Wassail
    Take Mauch Chunk Road north out of Allentown. Pass Presidential and Gallagher, then make the next right on Linden and a quick right again on Elmhurst to see 1727. It's great as always. Return to Mauch Chunk, turn right, then right at the light on...
  • Airline industry poised to fly high in 2015

    The airline industry in 2015 is likely to be healthy again thanks to mergers and falling jet fuel prices, and while consumers might be stuffed into slimmer seats in coach at least they will be able to enjoy new and upgraded planes and more onboard...
  • New record: Ethereal deep-sea fish lives 5 miles underwater [Video]

    New record: Ethereal deep-sea fish lives 5 miles underwater [Video]
    Scientists have discovered a new species of fish that glides gently through the water on white, translucent wings 5 miles beneath the ocean surface. It is the deepest living fish ever discovered.  "We were just blown away when we saw it," said Paul...
  • Carnival's profits rise to $1.2 billion in fiscal 2014

    Carnival's profits rise to $1.2 billion in fiscal 2014
    Carnival Corp. & PLC saw higher earnings in fiscal 2014, fueled in part by cost reductions and improved performance of two of its cruise brands, the Miami-based cruise company said Friday. The world's largest cruise operator reported net income of $1.2...
  • Florida can gain much from changes in Cuba

    Florida can gain much from changes in Cuba
    As a recent college graduate working for The Miami Herald in 1974, I listened with wonder when older sportswriters spoke with such familiarity about a forbidden, Cold War land called Cuba. Not many years before, Miami and Havana had been home to...
  • Bok Tower Gardens hosting family holiday weekend

    Bok Tower Gardens hosting family holiday weekend
    Bok Tower Gardens will host an all new Family Holiday Weekend Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 20-21.  The two-day event will feature Charles Dickens-style carolers, ice sculpture carving demonstrations and an opportunity for children to take photos with Santa...