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  • Will Cuccinelli sue the EPA to stop Chesapeake Bay restoration?

    Will Cuccinelli sue the EPA to stop Chesapeake Bay restoration?
    UPDATE: A House of Delegates subcommittee on Jan. 26 recommended tabling the resolution, which, in Richmond parlance, is a polite way of dismissing the idea.   A House resolution (HJ 129) asks Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli to “explore a...
  • News of the Weird: Fun with balloons and air hoses

    News of the Weird: Fun with balloons and air hoses
    When Tattoos Aren't Nearly Enough: In some primitive cultures, beauty and status are displayed via large holes in the earlobe from which to hang heavy ornaments or to insert jewels or tokens, and BBC News reported in November that an "increasing" number...
  • 5/17: Deaths in Central Florida

    Brevard THELMA KIRCHHEINER, 88, Rockledge, died Thursday. Newcomer Family Funeral Home, Titusville. EUNICE FAYE MALLARD, 70, Cocoa, died Monday. Grissom Funeral Home & Crematory, Kissimmee. Lake M. STUART BAUMGARTNER, 87, Tavares, died Friday. Allen...
  • Deputies: Crystal meth found in woman's car with kids inside

    A Lake County deputy noticed driver, later identified as Nicole Smyth, pausing at a traffic light in Leesburg after the light turned green. The deputy said he then pulled Smyth over because her car's window tinting appeared to be too dark, reports The...
  • Colorado, Massachusetts Towns Named Best in U.S.

    Colorado, Massachusetts Towns Named Best in U.S.
    LOUISVILLE, Colorado -- Towns in Colorado, Massachusetts and Ohio, which have low crime rates, good schools and plenty of cultural activities, have been ranked the best in the United States, according to a new survey. For the second time Louisville in...
  • Passing Yards Per Game - Classes 4A-8A

    Passing Yards Per Game - Classes 4A-8A
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  • Deputies: Woman busted after threatening to blow up tour bus

    Michelle Dyann Gay, a 39-year-old Apopka woman, is accused of shouting racial epithets at her fellow passengers on a double-deck mega tour bus and then threatening to blow up the bus Monday on the Florida Turnpike, reports The Daily Commercial in...
  • Man busted at IHOP on "gat" charge

    FloriDUH Weird, wacky, strange news from the Sunshine State << Previous entry: Man accused of stealing aircraft parts from airport Man busted at IHOP on ‘gat’ charge By Barbara Hijek August 15, 2012 08:01 AM Guess folks from...
  • Growing in popularity, trike motorcycles welcome at Leesburg Bikefest

    Growing in popularity, trike motorcycles welcome at Leesburg Bikefest
    LEESBURG — As their muscles weaken and knees begin to give out, aging motorcycle riders are finding it more daunting to balance the hundreds of pounds of chrome on two wheels. So more and more baby boomers are switching to three-wheeled motorcycles...
  • A couple of hugs brighten sluggish week

    We're slug-heavy in this round of hugs and slugs, thanks to bad behavior from a Democratic member of Congress and continued bad behavior from the perennial slug-seekers at the blood centers and the expressway authority. But we've managed to find some...
  • Leesburg church celebrates paying off mortgage

    Leesburg church celebrates paying off mortgage
    Christian Worship Center will observe its anniversary with some award-winning gospel artists and a little fire with some big meaning behind it. The church on County Road 468 will celebrate its 10th anniversary with four nights of music and preaching...
  • Lake and Osceola counties: South Lake QB Stanley Evans sprains ankle again

    Groveland South Lake QB Stanley Evans (No. 16 in Sentinel's Central Florida Top 100) is day-to-day after spraining his right ankle for the second week in a row. Evans had been having a solid game before being injured about midway through the third quarter...