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Take the family out for breakfast Saturday, July 16, when Holy Nativity Lutheran Church's seasoned chefs offer sweets and savories from 9-11 a.m. at 1200 Linden Ave. This repast is free with no reservations required. Get tasty tidbits at 410-242-9441...
Tags: Christianity, Religious Texts, Lotteries, Methodist, Bible
Dishing up free Sunday lunches for Christ Church of the Deaf's members is a tradition in our area. Four United Methodist Church cooking crews rotate duty every month, each providing tasty fare at 1 p.m., 1040 S. Beechfield Ave. Sign language isn't...
Baltimore Sun reporterGo here: With spring here, many folks may feel like getting out and about. If you want a taste of quaint, quiet rural village life in a spectacular waterfront setting, visiting Whitehaven on the banks of the Wicomico River is a treat. The old two-room...
Sun columnistLike most guys, I once regarded our family's summer trip to the beach as an ordeal. I saw it as a passage fraught with cranky kids, horrendous traffic and mind-numbing delays. For many years my main goal of making the drive from Baltimore to the beach was...
Tags: Stevensville, Teen-agers, Death, Restaurants, Family
The Buffalo NewsThe Airport Bridge Club will host a unit championship Swiss team game with free pizza at 11 a.m. Sunday, May 19. Call 836-7016 to sign up. The club offers double-point pairs games at 11 a.m. Tuesday, May 21; Thursday, May 23; Friday, May 24; and next...
Commercial AppealShe called him her best friend. He called her "daddy's little girl." He was the last person she expected to rape her. Harlee Lowder's parents were getting a divorce. She was visiting her dad, a Navy veteran, in Oklahoma for the summer and had been there...
Commercial AppealAmanda Hailey Turner wonders if everyone who went to high school in Shelby County knows someone from his or her class who has been murdered. She does (Overton High 1990s). So does her husband (Raleigh Egypt 1980s), her mom (Bartlett 1970s), and her...
The Buffalo NewsWestern New York Unit 116 holds its annual Barometer Pairs game at 7:15 p.m. Monday, May 13, at Bridge Club Meridian in the Zion Church, Koenig Circle at Parker Boulevard, Town of Tonawanda. For Barometer Pairs, all of the pairs play the same boards...
Commercial AppealLittle drives a household schedule more than what time the kids have to be school. In homes across Shelby County, routines will go out the window when tardy bells begin ringing earlier or later than usual this fall. "The general consensus is ughhhh,"...
Tags: John Kline, Teaching and Learning, PTA, Students
Commercial AppealIn her day, Lorene Jones was a one-woman neighborhood association in South Memphis near LeMoyne-Owen College. Jones, mother of two, was founder and president of South Memphis Citizens United for Action. When she wasn't hounding inspectors, police...
Commercial AppealPace Cooper has a pair of 8-year-olds holding him accountable for helping breathe life back into Memphis International Airport. That's a heavy responsibility, even for a successful businessman and civic-minded Memphian whose recent appointment to the...
Commercial AppealMayor A C Wharton visited UWT Logistics Tuesday to help celebrate an expansion within an inner-city industrial district. The company recently landed a big new retail customer, and is hiring 81 additional employees -- bringing the total to about 200 --...
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