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  • 25 things to do in Virginia Beach

    25 things to do in Virginia Beach
    1. Stroll through history. Follow the Virginia Legends Walk at 13th Street Park and learn about such commonwealth greats as Thomas Jefferson, Arthur Ashe and Patsy Cline. 2. Go for a spin. Ride the Ferris Wheel at the Virginia Beach Amusment Park along...
  • 25 things to do in Southern Delaware

    25 things to do in Southern Delaware
    1. Hit the boardwalk. Rehoboth Beach's boardwalk has an eight-block section newly renovated in 2010. 2. Chill out by the water. Delaware Seashore State Park is bounded on the east by the Atlantic Ocean and on the west by Rehoboth Bay and Indian River...
  • Hurricane of 1933 hit state hard

    For students of Maryland weather history, the hurricane of August 1933 ranks as one of the greatest meteorological calamities ever to visit the state. In those days, hurricanes were not named; that practice started in the 1950s. Rain began falling Sunday,...
  • Loggerheads win new protection in Atlantic, Gulf of Mexico

    WASHINGTON Across 685 miles of beaches from North Carolina to Mississippi, loggerhead sea turtles now swim in federally protected waters. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration on Wednesday designated those coastlines, as well as 300,000...
  • Lake Michigan water level on rise after years of decline

     Lake Michigan water level on rise after years of decline
    For Capt. Ralph Steiger, launching his 21-foot walleye boat out of Chicago harbors last year had become a precarious affair.  Lake Michigan had receded to an all-time low, and where water had been, exposed rocks, rebar and driftwood remained. By fall,...
  • Spieth back where his pro career took off

    Jordan Spieth authored one of the most memorable shots on the PGA Tour last year, holing out for a birdie from a bunker on the 72nd hole in the John Deere Classic, which he won in a playoff over Zach Johnson and David Hearn of Canada. So when he went...
  • 818 Roundup: Hobby Lobby protests, Humane society waiving fees, Ronda Rousey's decisive win

    818 Roundup: Hobby Lobby protests, Humane society waiving fees, Ronda Rousey's decisive win
    Good morning readers. As you shake off the long weekend and get back to work, here's a few things happening around the 818:  A large protest is expected today at noon outside the new Hobby Lobby in Burbank. Protesters are expected to hand out condoms as...
  • Julio Fuentes: Unregulated fishing poses economic threat to Florida

    As President/CEO of the Florida State Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and on behalf of Florida's Hispanic business community, I would like to express my grave concerns over illegal, unreported and unregulated (IUU) fishing, a global problem that is impacting...
  • David Gilliland leads pack in unpredictable Coke Zero 400

     David Gilliland leads pack in unpredictable Coke Zero 400
    DAYTONA BEACH — Starting at the front at Daytona is one of the world's biggest lies. Don't believe for a minute it will have anything to do with actually winning a race. So congrats to David Gilliland, Reed Sorenson and Landon Cassill, all...
  • St. Thomas' Magens Bay: white-sand beach and turquoise waters

    St. Thomas' Magens Bay: white-sand beach and turquoise waters
    Legend has it that Sir Francis Drake regularly anchored in Magens Bay with its spectacular white-sand beaches. The 16th-century British privateer also reportedly hung out on the hillsides above Magens Bay in order to spot approaching Spanish galleons...
  • Arthur, no longer a hurricane, pelts Maritime Canada

    Arthur, no longer a hurricane, pelts Maritime Canada
    (Reuters) - Arthur weakened from hurricane force on Saturday and pelted parts of Canada's eastern coast with heavy rain and strong winds, leaving 250,000 homes and businesses without power, as the storm swept away from New England. Arthur weakened to a...
  • Flintridge Sacred Heart alumna Jenna Orlandini makes French connection

    Flintridge Sacred Heart alumna Jenna Orlandini makes French connection
    From La Caņada Flintridge to Seattle and everywhere in between, volleyball has certainly given former Flintridge Sacred Heart Academy standout Jenna Orlandini a great viewpoint of the country. Now the 23-year-old is expanding her horizons. Recently,...