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  • Artillery Exercises, Demolition Training Planned at Fort Indiantown Gap

    Artillery Exercises, Demolition Training Planned at Fort Indiantown Gap
    Fort Indiantown Gap in Lebanon County will host demolition training and artillery live-fire exercises at various times during the next two weeks. Demolition training will be conducted from Monday, June 4, to Thursday, June 7. Artillery live-fire...
  • Histórica Iglesia Santa Ana de West Palm Beach celebra primera misa en español

    Histórica Iglesia Santa Ana de West Palm Beach celebra primera misa en español
    La iglesia católica más antigua de la diócesis de Palm Beach inició recientemente un nuevo capítulo en su larga historia: la celebración de misas en español. Durante los últimos tres domingos, desde el 27 de mayo, decenas de creyentes de habla hispana se...
  • Johnstown Man Charged with Sexual Assault at Guard Training Camp

    Johnstown Man Charged with Sexual Assault at Guard Training Camp
        A Cambria County man is behind bars charged with Sexual Assault.  Pennsylvania State Police say 30 year old Charles Nagle, Jr. of Johnstown, and the victim were attending a two week Pennsylvania National Guard training camp at Fort Indiantown Gap....
  • Church man, family man

    For Deacon Emile Ambroise, helping his fellow Haitian-Americans was a family affair. He often brought his wife and four children with him to help serve, teach and counsel. "We all contributed," said daughter Mathilde Ambroise, a marriage and family...
  • New United Way initiative to encourage the poor to open accounts

    New United Way initiative to encourage the poor to  open accounts
    Many of South Florida's low-income families don't have bank or credit union accounts. The United Ways of Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties want to change that to help prevent many families from wasting hard-earned money. Consumers often end up...
  • ZooAmerica celebrates National Zookeeper Week, braces for heat

    ZooAmerica celebrates National Zookeeper Week, braces for heat
    If ever you thought your life was like a zoo, think again. The zookeepers at ZooAmerica in Dauphin County are busy tending to over 200 animals from eagles to elk. Their daily rituals include feeding and tending to the animals to make sure they prosper...
  • Fort Indiantown Gap barracks building burns in early morning fire

    Fort Indiantown Gap barracks building burns in early morning fire
    Firefighters in Lebanon County spent the early morning hours fighting a large fire at a barracks buidling on the grounds of Fort Indiantown Gap. The fire burned through the building that normally houses troops. No soldiers were living in the quarters at...
  • Pa. Department of Health Holds Mock Disaster Drill

    Pa. Department of Health Holds Mock Disaster Drill
    The Pennsylvania Department of Health hosted a mock disaster drill at Fort Indiantown Gap in Annville, Lebanon County today. Dozens of actors portrayed victims in the simulated plane crash disaster. "Our mission is to take the pressure off the local...
  • Jupiter, FL

    Jupiter, FL
    JUPITER -- All the elements of gracious living that discriminating homebuyer desire are here at Rialto, a new resort-style, gated community by Lennar. The luxurious estate homes and executive homes at Rialto have made this lifestyle community one of...
  • Lotto hits for $17M in Key West

    Lotto hits for $17M in Key West
      As if being in Key West isn't enough reason to party, here's another for one Florida Lotto player: A $17 million winning ticket.   After a long dry spell, the Florida Lotto yielded a winner Saturday night, with the single ticket being sold at Publix,...
  • Helping veterans save a buck

    Many restaurants, stores and other businesses will be offering Veterans Day discounts Sunday and Monday to current and former members of our armed forces. To cash in, you may have to prove you served, which can be a problem for some veterans. They don'...
  • Governor appoints two new South Florida Water Management District board members

    Governor appoints two new South Florida Water Management District board members
    A development consultant and a farming company representative are Gov. Rick Scott’s two new appointees to the South Florida Water Management District board. Frederick “Rick” Barber and Mitch Hutchcraft will fill two vacancies on the...