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  • Bigger map makes learning better for Harbor Day students

    Bigger map makes learning better for Harbor Day students
    A pile of shoes sits at the corner of the room. Harbor Day School students needed to take them off before stepping onto a 35 feet by 26 feet map of North America laid out on the floor. The giant map, rented from National Geographic's Giant Traveling...
  • American Express president, 55, dies after falling ill on flight

    American Express president, 55, dies after falling ill on flight
    American Express said company President Ed Gilligan died suddenly Friday after falling ill while flying on a corporate plane to New York. Gilligan, 55, was coming back from a business trip. The plane made an emergency landing in the U.S., an American...
  • Customs help is on way at Fort Lauderdale airport

    Customs help is on way at Fort Lauderdale airport
    Relief is finally on the way for passengers forced to wade through long customs lines at Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. In the next few days, about six more inspection stations are being placed in the Customs and Border Protection...
  • Take a dip in the snow on this cruise ship

     Take a dip in the snow on this cruise ship
    Snow hasn't been among the many luxury features aboard today's luxury cruise ships — until now. When I sailed for five days from Lisbon to London on the maiden voyage of the 930-passenger Viking Star, I actually cherished our days at sea because...
  • Commentary: Laguna does not survive on tourists

    I agree with David Hansen's point in his May 15 column, "How many people visit city? Guess," that we don't know and should know how many tourists visit the city. However, I disagree with another point he made "…the numbers are important to Laguna,...
  • The Latest: Gael Monfils into French 4th round the hard way

    The Latest from the French Open: ___ 9:18 p.m. Gael Monfils likes doing things the hard way at the French Open, where five-setters are becoming his trademark. The 13th-seeded Frenchman trailed Pablo Cuevas 2-1 in sets on Suzanne Lenglen court,...
  • Lake County launches new tourism website

    Lake County launches new tourism website
    Lake County’s Economic Development & Tourism Division knows what the county has to offer tourists and visitors – but does the public truly know about all of Lake’s amenities? Not leaving that to chance, the Economic Development &...
  • Gloucester board to consider increasing lodging tax

    GLOUCESTER – Raising Gloucester's 4 percent lodging tax to 5 percent could generate an additional $32,500 in revenue for the county, according to Stephanie Tinsley, director of financial services. The Gloucester Board of Supervisors will consider...
  • Rolling racks: a fashion truck roundup

    Rolling racks: a fashion truck roundup
    You might have noticed fashion trucks rolling around town, popping up at venues that include local farmers' markets and college campuses. Like food trucks, fashion trucks offer an assortment of goods, often with a theme. Some trucks focus on accessories....
  • Hampstead Baptist Church announces June VBS

    Hampstead Baptist Church will conduct Vacation Bible School from 9 a.m. to noon June 22-26 for 4-year-olds (or must be 4 by Sept. 1) through eighth-graders. The theme for the week is "Journey Off the Map." The church is at 328 Hanover Pike, Hampstead....
  • LINDA C. BLACK HOROSCOPES for 5/29/15

    Today's Birthday (05/29/15). Communications flow with ease this year. Make and strengthen connections. Talk, broadcast and publish. Renew old ties. Have patience with someone close. Plan and strategize with a partner for a project after 6/14....