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  • Free entry to state, national parks for everyone on Monday

    Free entry to state, national parks for everyone on Monday
    Everyone can enjoy free entry at national and Florida state parks to celebrate Veterans Day, observed Monday, Nov. 11. Florida state parks: Fees are waived on Monday for everyone. Find a South Florida state park along with addresses and hours. U.S....
  • An end to runway acrimony?

    An end to runway acrimony?
    In a matter of days, the legal fight that has pitted tiny little Dania Beach against Broward County for years and years and years could end. Tuesday night, Dania Beach unanimously approved a settlement with the county. The settlement moves to the County...
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  • Top issues to follow in Laguna in 2014

    Top issues to follow in Laguna in 2014
    Decisions on development and mobility throughout Laguna Beach figure to tell much of the city's tale in 2014, which will also see three City Council seats become open and two trials take place, one for a 2009 homicide and the other stemming from two...
  • Hansen: Hot sauce added to top 2014 Laguna stories

    Everyone loves Top 10 lists this time of year. Even better is a Top 10 list with hot sauce.
  • Boardwalk is going nowhere

    Boardwalk is going nowhere
    On a recent sunny afternoon, nature was buzzing around a section of the newly revitalized area of Fairview Park. Birds and other wildlife were all around, sounding off in the trees, ponds and thick brush beyond the manicured walking trails of the park's...
  • Water declared safe to drink in more areas of West Virginia

    Ashlee Keeney can't pinpoint what the water in her house smells like, but she says some liken it to licorice. "There's a distinct smell," she told the Los Angeles Times. "It's a strong odor but it's hard to put a finger on what it is actually." The...
  • Dredging up solutions for Aliso Creek

    Dredging up solutions for Aliso Creek
    When it comes to Aliso Creek, Tex Haines often looks below the water's surface. Haines, 61, who remembers coming to Aliso Beach Park when he was 6, is concerned about the amount of sand that workers shovel into the ocean to open up the creek's...
  • City gearing up to take on Bartlett Park

    What to do with the 28-acre Bartlett Park has been an issue for Huntington Beach leaders at least since the 1990s, and maybe even the '70s. The land was deeded to the city in 1971 by the developers as part of the Quimby Act, state law requiring that a...
  • Homewood park closes after fuel containers found on former military missile base

    Homewood park closes after fuel containers found on former military missile base
    A 32-acre park in the south suburbs will be closed through Wednesday after the discovery this week of a dozen high-energy fuel containers at a nearby former military missile base. The containers were found Wednesday on the former Nike missile base on...
  • Angelenos' vision of their river is created from a made-up memory

    Angelenos' vision of their river is created from a made-up memory
    There's been a lot written on improving the concrete, channelized, litter-strewn Los Angeles River. No doubt the river could use some improving, but there's also a lot of misplaced nostalgia. To hear some people talk about restoring the river, you'd...
  • Horner Park residents fight tree-felling river restoration

    Horner Park residents fight tree-felling river restoration
    After searching for years, Michael Heltzer was overjoyed when he found a location for his company tucked away on Rockwell Street with a view of the Chicago River and the wildlife that frolics in the surrounding woodlands. So last week, Heltzer and...