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Fort Worth Star-TelegramIf manager Ron Washington had a more devious sense of humor, he would have made the Texas Rangers bat out of turn Saturday night. Astros manager Bo Porter's head would have exploded. As all kids know from our Little League days -- most kids, anyway --...
Another summer folk/jam festival to mark on the calendar: Clearwater’s Great Hudson River Revival, better known just as the Clearwater Festival. It’s happening June 15-16 at Croton Point Park, Croton-on-Hudson NY, just an hour or two’s...
KillingworthYou are cordially invited to hear a reading of highlights from "Dear Eva," a captivating non-fiction play based on World War II letters that were written by ordinary men and women in an extraordinary time, June 14 at 7 p.m. at Killingworth Library. The...
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NewsdayOfficials of a nonprofit health care company pressed the Suffolk County Legislature Tuesday to allow them to take over several county clinics, promising to provide better patient care. Representatives of Peekskill-based Hudson River Health Care spoke...
Q: On trips to Jim Thorpe from Bethlehem I've noticed a weird situation after turning right onto Route 209 'south' after crossing the Lehigh River Bridge: According to my GPS, I'm going due north on that road. Why does it say on the signs that we are...
Duluth News TribuneWhen a woman sprained her ankle walking on the beach ice at the end of Minnesota Point in Duluth last week, first responders from a half-dozen agencies wondered how best to get her out. There was too much ice to get to her by boat, and too much snow...
The Charleston Gazette, W.Va.CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Like many octogenarians, Pete Ballard is getting rid of his possessions. His, however, aren't going to children and grandchildren; instead, they're headed to museums and art galleries across the country. On Wednesday, the...
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Watertown Daily Times, N.Y.A young boy drowned Saturday evening in the Black River and a man who tried to save him was missing and feared dead after the child fell in the water while they were fishing. A search for the man is scheduled to resume this morning. Authorities would...
NEW YORK — Questions about assimilation, security and ideology have been front-and-center in the American consciousness since two men with Chechen roots were identified as suspects in the Boston Marathon bombings last week. But globe-trotting...
NewsdayAmtrak's plan to build a new tunnel under the Hudson River into Penn Station will require the LIRR to move a critical train maintenance facility from Manhattan to Queens for more than two years, officials said. Shifting maintenance operations from the...
With apologies to HBO comedian Bill Maher: I've been flying a lot lately. L.A. to N.Y.C., N.Y.C. to Paris on OpenSkies, Paris to London, London to L.A. So I thought I'd vent a little about how I'd like my fellow passengers to behave on my next flight:...
The Post-Star, Glens Falls, N.Y.Ron Walker would probably feel better about the slow start to the golf season, if it weren't for the lackluster winter. As co-owner of Green Mansions Golf Club on Darrowville Road in Chester, Walker opened the course Friday. But Green Mansions,...
Tags: Golf, Clubs and Associations
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