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  • Browne brownies sale seeks gas drilling moratorium

    The news from Albany this past week was unsettling, to say the least. New York State's rascally environmentalists previously managed to get a moratorium on the hydraulic fracturing gas drilling process (usually called fracking) until an environmental...
  • Colonial Williamsburg extends Good Neighbor sale

    Colonial Williamsburg extends Good Neighbor sale
    Good Neighbor pass holders will receive a 25 percent discount on purchases during Colonial Williamsburg’s Good Neighbor sale Monday, Oct. 21 through Friday, Oct. 25. “This year we have extended the Good Neighbor sale to five days,”...
  • Obama to bring economic message to Pennsylvania next week

    Obama to bring economic message to Pennsylvania next week
    President Barack Obama will return to Pennsylvania, the swing state he won handily in 2012, to continue his summer push to shift the policy conversation back to the economy. Details are few, but the White House confirmed that on "Thursday, August 22 and...
  • Hampton Roads Readers: There's still time for beach reading

    Hampton Roads Readers: There's still time for beach reading
    Summer might be more than half over, but there's still plenty of time to dig into some good "beach reads," whether you're sitting on the sands at Buckroe or lounging on your back porch. Here are a few that made their way to my desk in the past few months....
  • Long-term unemployment benefits expire: 6 things to know

    Some 1.3 million Americans, including about 222,000 Californians, lost jobless benefits Saturday as the federal program to assist the long-term unemployed expired. Here are six things to know about who is affected and why the benefits went away. Who...
  • London Film Review: 'Hide Your Smiling Faces'

    American independent cinema hasn't wanted recently for sun-baked meditations on male adolescent angst in scenic rural surroundings. Still, while Jeff Nichols' "Mud" and Jordan Vogt-Roberts' "The Kings of Summer" may boast more audience appeal, Daniel...
  • Times Square ball drop has some oddball counterparts

    When Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor — who will lead the Times Square New Year's Eve celebration Tuesday — touches off New York City's ball drop, the illuminated orb won't be the only thing falling around the country at midnight. These...
  • Frigid New Year's forecast for parts of U.S. -- 40 below zero

    Frigid New Year's forecast for parts of U.S. -- 40 below zero
    While Los Angeles will kick off 2014 with highs in the 70s, the National Weather Service forecasts many other areas of the United States will have a¬†chilly start to the New Year with lows below zero -- well below zero. “The two really¬†cold spots...
  • New Vitae gets Joint Commission accreditation

     
    New Vitae Mental Health Center, a Quakertown behavioral health care services provider, has again received accreditation from the Joint Commission. New Vitae has been accredited by the Joint Commission since the early 1990’s, it said in a news...
  • Peninsula Parents of Multiples group hosts yard sale

    Peninsula Parents of Multiples group hosts yard sale
    The semi-annual Peninsula Parents of Multiples yard sale will take place from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 21 at Grafton Baptist Church. From noon to 1 p.m., everything will be marked down by 50 percent. Credit cards will be accepted, but there is a...
  • Pa. Game Commission holding special CWD info meeting Tuesday in York

     
    The Pennsylvania Game Commission will host a meeting Tuesday at Central York High School to discuss chronic wasting disease in Pennsylvania and the special rules that will apply to deer hunters this year in the areas where the disease has been detected....
  • Coffins and quarantine staggered Hampton Roads during its deadly bout with the Spanish flu

    Coffins and quarantine staggered Hampton Roads during its deadly bout with the Spanish flu
    Look through the newspaper headlines in Hampton Roads during the early fall of 1918 and its all about the American troops headed to Europe for World War I. Then the first reports of the Spanish flu begin to crop up on the inside pages in mid-September...