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  • Manchester City announces roster for U.S. tour

     
    Manchester City Coach Roberto Mancini announced his roster for the Herbalife World Football Challenge on Thursday. Mancini's team will meet the Galaxy at the Home Depot Center on July 24. Midfielder David Silva, a member of the 2010 World Cup-winning........
  • Developers scale back plans for development in Springbank

     
    More than 100 residents from the Springbank subdivision attended a public hearing in Plainfield Monday about a proposal to build apartment units and high-density townhomes …...
  • Balloons can be bad for wildlife

     
    Every kid loves a balloon, and deep down, I think most adults do too. I see them and they still evoke such innocence, such joy and wonderful memories. I remember how our school used to sponsor balloon releases, when we'd insert little pieces of paper with...
  • Balloon dangers to wildlife

     
    From Joy with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission: Event organizers and other Florida residents are reminded about a law prohibiting the release of more than nine lighter-than-air balloons within a 24-hour period. While releasing...
  • Summer Bliss underway now at Spa at Harbor Beach

     
    Attention South Florida visitors: The award-winning Spa at Harbor Beach is offering 20 percent savings on the Summer Bliss package through August 31. Available Sunday through Friday, Summer Bliss includes the choice of any two 50-minute spa services per...
  • 2 endangered species grants go to Florida

     
    From the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service: Secretary of the Interior Secretary Ken Salazar has announced more than $53 million in grants to 17 states to support conservation planning and acquisition of vital habitat for threatened and endangered fish,...
  • In Cocoa Beach, watching as Hurricane Irene brushes by Florida

     
    My colleague, Jon Busdecker, is in Cocoa Beach tonight and will be there in the morning, when we expect to see the full brunt of whatever storm surge Irene will send our way (which will make high tide around 6 a.m. particularly high.) I'll be monitoring...
  • James Murdoch declines $6 million News Corp. bonus

     
    Embattled News Corp. scion James Murdoch said he was giving up his $6-million bonus for fiscal 2011 because of the phone-hacking scandal that occurred at the company's now-defunct London tabloid, the News of the World....
  • Thursday Morning Coffee: Rendell Piles On Plan To Change Electoral College Process.

     
    Good Morning, Fellow Seekers. We don't know how things are where you live, but last night and this morning, Pennsylvania's Capital City got its butt kicked yet again by high winds, rain and what we could have sworn was basketballs......
  • Science Connections: Lake Michigan Almost as Cold as Titanic's Grave Site

     
    By Will Mendelson/Medill News Service After striking an iceberg 375 miles south of Newfoundland, it took less than three hours for the legendary Titanic to …...
  • FAU Stadium interlude -- the palm trees are in the ground

     
    Since opening day is closing in, time for a stadium interlude??? The 119 palm trees are in the ground, around and in the stadium. The video board is up, with signage on the back facing the campus. - -......
  • Daytona Beach Half Marathon: Run a lap around Daytona International Speedway

     
    More than 1,000 runners are expected in Daytona Beach on Sunday morning for the fourth annual Daytona Beach Half Marathon, which features running a lap around the Daytona International Speedway track. The 13.1-mile course starts at 6:30 a.m. and ends at...