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  • Snowy forecast postpones state swimming, city hoops finals and more

    A forecast of snow has led to the postponement of several high school sporting events scheduled for today, including the state swimming championship, the Baltimore City basketball championships and two wrestling tournaments. The state swimming...
  • Ask Tom: Is it ever too cold to snow?

    Dear Tom I frequently hear, "It's too cold to snow." Any truth to this? Scott Abbeduto Dear Scott, No. That myth is as pervasive as it is incorrect. Let's speak clearly on the subject: In the Earth's atmosphere, it can never be too cold to snow. All...
  • AP EXPLAINS: New England's struggle to get rid of the snow

    If it's just snow, why is New England having such a difficult time making it all go away? Midway through an epic winter that's shattered records and buried Boston in more than 8 feet of snow, locals and outsiders alike could be forgiven for wondering why...
  • New England's struggle to get rid of the snow

    New England's struggle to get rid of the snow
    If it's just snow, why is New England having such a difficult time making it all go away? Midway through an epic winter that's shattered records and buried Boston in more than 8 feet of snow, locals and outsiders alike could be forgiven for wondering...
  • Bitter cold grips NC; more snow possible in mountains

    Bitter cold produced at least six records for overnight low temperatures across North Carolina, and forecasters say winter will take one more swing at part of the state this weekend. The National Weather Service reports Raleigh-Durham International...
  • U.S. stocks hit record highs on Greek accord

    Wall Street nudged stocks to record highs as investors applauded a four-month extension of the tough bailout terms on Greece imposed by its European creditors. The market moves were modest, but so was the temporary deal: Greek and European financial...
  • Pope Francis poised to weigh in on climate change

    Pope Francis poised to weigh in on climate change
    As you might have heard, Pope Francis is expected to release later this year an encyclical on the environment. Papal Encyclicals are an important way for Popes to exercise their teaching office. This is not the first time a Pope has addressed this...
  • Cold temperature records broken or tied across region

    Cold temperature records broken or tied across region
    Although not quite as frigid as forecast, South Florida shivered through record cold on Friday morning. The mercury dropped to 38 degrees in West Palm Beach, breaking the previous record of 42 degrees for today’s date, set in 1958. Fort...
  • The potentially harmful effects of mold in your home

    The presence of mold in a home is a sight few homeowners want to see. In addition to being unsightly, mold found in a home can be unhealthy. While certain cleaners may prove effective at removing mold, homeowners who want to remove existing mold...
  • Cape May-Lewes Ferry shut down by ice

    The Cape May-Lewes Ferry has halted operations because of ice and wind. The Delaware River and Bay Authority said that conditions on the water have deteriorated and the ferry between New Jersey and Delaware won't run Friday. Heath Gehrke, the director...
  • Dittmann: Cure for cabin fever just outside your front door

    Dittmann: Cure for cabin fever just outside your front door
    Got cabin fever? Then try the remedy that seems to work for folks with cabins up north and play outside. An outing to cross country ski, snowshoe, tube, toboggan or even dog sled just might help to warm up attitudes about this long, cold winter. Cross...