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Ever since I was a child, my happiest dreams have been those in which I fly. Rising above the earth, the world seemed so delightfully complete from the air – that in-between state where struggle is strangely absent. It’s a feeling since resigned to that of my dream world. That is, until I ran away […]

A new laundry ready to change perception...

Owned by former US Marine, Saba Safiari and his uncle Robert Rafiaboth were eager to provide the community with a truly exceptional customer experience that local laundromats failed to do. “The hard-working people of Long Beach deserve better, and we know this laundry will provide them with an upscale experience,” Safiari said. Rafia echoed her […]

In new book, former student offers strat...

A growing number of schoolteachers are reporting disillusionment with the profession. Struggling with the effects of the pandemic and ongoing staffing shortages, 55% of educators nationwide say they are ready to retire earlier than expected, according to survey results released in February by the National Education Association. “Teachers were stressed before the pandemic, which just […]

Myrtle Beach leaders, engineers and resi...

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – 1,014. That’s the number of car crashes on Ocean Boulevard in Myrtle Beach in the past five years. Myrtle Beach City leaders are focused on the problem, and it starts by hearing from you. It’s an eye-catching number, one that the city of Myrtle Beach and engineers working on an […]

Escape Ultra Music Festival, Explore Mia...

Ultra is coming, and we have to escape.. The EDM music festival, which runs March 25-27, is back in downtown Miami to bring the beats to fans — and the traffic headaches to everyone else. But you don’t have to spend time in Downtown Miami this weekend (well, unless you have Heat/Nets tickets, which might […]

Hong Kong’s COVID sports ban hits reside

HONG KONG, March 21 (Reuters) – Competitive swimmer Jody Lee’s aim is to compete in the Paris Olympics in 2024, but with just two years to qualify, the closure of swimming pools for several months in Hong Kong makes the realization of his dream more difficult. Swimming pools and all other sports facilities, including tennis […]

Parksville-Qualicum Community Foundation...

the Parksville-Qualicum Community Foundation (PQCF) has two grants available for Spring 2022 – the Annual Foundation Grants (AFG) and the Small neighborhood Subsidies. Applications will be accepted until March 31 for the AFG and until April 20 for the NSG. For AFG, grants of up to $4,000 are awarded to organizations registered as charities with […]

San Diego is very family friendly

Breadcrumb Links Travel The Gaslamp Quarter is the place to be with hundreds of restaurants, pubs, theatres, galleries and shops. Courtesy, John Bahu, San Diego Scenics .jpg Reviews and recommendations are unbiased and products are independently selected. Postmedia may earn an affiliate commission on purchases made through links on this page. Content of the article […]

‘Gross negligence’: La Jolla traffic cou

Citing the dangers to drivers along Via Capri, La Jolla resident Sven Zabka presented several ideas for improving the street to the La Jolla Traffic and Transportation Council during its March 16 online meeting. . Zabka, who lives off Via Capri, said his goal was to “create a safe thoroughfare for everyone who uses it […]

Action sports festival ‘Jackalope’ comin

Event will run on weekend traditionally reserved for Patriotic Festival VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WAVY) — After losing a trio of large events in 2021, Virginia Beach Mayor Bobby Dyer announced a Canadian-based action sports festival will be making its US debut in the city in 2023. “Virginia Beach, get ready for ‘Jackalope,’” Dyer said, near […]

Hong Kong’s Lam mulls relaxing Covid rul

Published on: 03/17/2022 – 08:06 Hong Kong (AFP) – The Hong Kong leader said on Thursday she was considering easing some of the city’s coronavirus restrictions due to declining public tolerance, but could not provide a roadmap to exit the current crisis fueled by Omicron. Carrie Lam’s administration has been bludgeoned from all sides for […]

Modern Hallway Ideas To Spice Up Your En...

A modern style can sometimes feel daunting as it’s commonly seen as neutral and spacious, so trying to update your hallways can be a little tricky. Whether you have a lot of space to work with, or just enough to open the door and take your shoes off, here are some modern hallways ideas to […]

North Myrtle Beach sees 60% drop in buil...

NORTH MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WBTW) — North Myrtle Beach has seen a dramatic drop in building permits for single-family homes so far this year, according to city data. The city’s director of planning and development said the 60% drop from last year is due to an increase in permits last year. Last year, permit applications […]

The 10 Best Beaches for the Perfect Summ...

OWhat is the best feeling than watching a sunset from a place on the beach with your loved ones? No vacation is complete without leaving a footprint in the wet sand that will soon be erased by a graceful wave. India, surrounded by the Bay of Bengal to the east, the Arabian Sea to the […]

Thirty Horry County gang members and dru...

MYRTLE BEACH, SOUTH CAROLINA — Less than twenty months after 30 Horry County and Myrtle Beach-area drug dealers were charged in connection with a federal narcotics and violence wiretap investigation, the U.S. District Attorney’s Office of South Carolina announced today that all 30 have pleaded guilty and were sentenced in federal court. Evidence presented in […]

Governor DeSantis Appoints Esther Byrd, ...

JACKSONVILLE, Florida. – Governor Ron DeSantis announced Friday that he has appointed Esther Byrd to the State Board of Education. Byrd, of Neptune Beach, is currently a legal assistant and office manager for her husband’s law firm, Representative Cord Byrd. He is a Republican legislator in the Florida House of Representatives, representing Nassau County and […]

A guide to the Orioles’ spring training

To share Tweeter To share To share E-mail Even though fans may have canceled their spring training trips, or spent them at the beach or watching the Orioles minor leaguers practice, there’s still time to visit Sarasota, Florida to see the Orioles getting ready for the 2022 season. Sunday is the mandatory date to report, […]

Attractions require negative tests, many...

Wang Rongjiang / SPARK The Oriental Pearl Tower More venues are requiring a negative nucleic acid test to enter amid the city’s latest coronavirus outbreak. They include the city’s iconic attractions such as Oriental Pearl TV Tower in Pudong New Area, Shanghai Zoo in Changning District, City Beach, Fengjing Old Town Scenic Area, Langxia Ecological […]

Arrest in couple’s fatal stabbing near D

DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — A Florida man who fatally stabbed a couple as they returned home from Daytona Bike Week activities last weekend was arrested Thursday, police said. Jean Robert Macean, 32, was arrested in Orlando and faces two counts of first-degree murder, according to a Daytona Beach police news release. The arrest came […]

Myrtle Beach first responders rescue Nor...

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WBTW) – A Myrtle Beach Fire Department paramedic and a doctor from Grand Strand Medical Center recently helped save the life of a North Carolina man who was bitten by one of the snakes. deadliest in the world. Thad Bowman and Dr Jarratt Lark received a civilian rescue award after helping save […]

GALVESTON.COM: Rosenberg Treasure: Jan C...

During the month of March, Rosenberg Library will display an Equal Rights Amendment bracelet that belonged to Jan Coggeshall. Jan Coggeshall, Galveston’s first female mayor (1984-1989) was a fierce trailblazer of her time. Elected in a wave of other female mayors in Texas in the 1980s, she was joined by Kathryn Whitmire in Houston and […]

The Great Delaware Kite Festival returns...

The Great Delaware Kite Festival, co-sponsored by the Lewes Chamber of Commerce and the Delaware Division of Parks and Recreation, is held annually at Cape Henlopen State Park on Good Friday, April 15 this year. The festival celebrates its 54th anniversary. Registration for kite competitions begins at 10 a.m., with ample opportunity for competitors to […]

These environmentalists teach visitors h...

Winter storms continue to blow furiously in the north and more and more snowbirds are flocking to warmer climes. While Florida beaches are popular getaways for northerners, it’s important for all beachgoers to know how to make good use of local beaches. Whether through ignorance or blatant disregard of the rules, beach patrons can have […]

The Day – Rain gardens, trees among resi

Groton – Rain gardens on the city’s municipal building campus, more trees in Washington Park and a Resilience Corridor Trail along Birch Plain Creek are some of the ideas for a climate resiliency plan for the town. As the consultants finalize the community resilience plan, they presented an overview at a public workshop on Thursday. […]

Carper talks about coastal resilience at...

Capitol Hill came to Bethany Beach City Hall last week for a Senate Environment and Public Works Committee field hearing regarding the impact of climate change and shoreline protection along the 96-mile of Delaware coastline and 25 miles of coastline in southern Delaware. The purpose of the meeting, which included U.S. Rep. Lisa Blunt Rochester, […]

PLAYERS’ Tuesday charity helps veterans

By Shaun Ryan Charity of the Day for Tuesday, March 8 is Northeast Florida Women Veterans, a unique organization founded in 2012 by retired U.S. Air Force Technical Sergeant Deloris “Dee” Quaranta. She was inspired to carry out this mission when she could not find another organization catering to the unique needs of female veterans. […]

NEWPORT RECEIVES AUD$2,735,960 (GROSS)/A...

Stock Symbol: NWX (TSX-V) VANCOUVER, BC, March 2, 2022 /CNW/ – Newport Exploration Ltd (“Newport” or “the Company”) is pleased to announce receipt of its 2.5% gross overriding royalty (“GOR”) post-tax payment from Beach Energy Ltd. (“Beach”) for the November 2021 – January 2022 trimester. Gross royalty income for the quarter was AUD $2,735,960. The […]

LBUSD to drop mask mandate March 12, per...

“After March 11, masks will be strongly recommended but not required inside school,” LBUSD said in a statement late Monday. “Existing masking requirements for those returning from COVID isolation still apply.” The Long Beach Health Department also sent out a statement announcing that those who are not vaccinated will be allowed indoors without a mask […]

Folk, Harlequins at the Carnival of the ...

By REGINA GARCIA CANO, Associated Press COLONIA TOVAR, Venezuela (AP) — Under the visible threat of rain, dozens of children and adults dance to Alpine folk music as they move through the hilly streets of this small community nestled in a chain of mountains. Their predominantly bright red harlequin costumes contrast with the half-timbered buildings […]

At Unguja Ukuu, human activity transform...

The medieval settlement of Unguja Ukuu, on the Zanzibar archipelago off the coast of Tanzania, was a key port in a vast Indian Ocean trading network that linked East Africa, southern Arabia, India and Southeast Asia. Our archaeological research shows how human activities between the 7th and 12th centuries AD irreversibly altered the coastline around […]

Alabama Gulf Coast gears up for spring w...

Editor’s note This article is brought to you by Gulf Shores and Orange Beach Tourism. The 32 miles of white-sand beaches of Gulf Shores and Orange Beach in Alabama will host multiple special events this spring that will feature the best in boating, music, classic cars and sports. The waters of the Gulf of Mexico […]

Jessica Alba in a swimsuit and other sho...

Spring is just around the corner and these celebrities are ready for it. They all posted stunning and revealing photos on their social media this week. Jessica Alba shared a family photo from the beach. Kendall Jenner has shared a new magazine cover. Joey King is in heaven. How do they stay so fit while […]

Permanent ‘slow street’ designation for

Supporters and opponents of the Slow Streets program on Diamond Street, though diametrically opposed at the February 16 Pacific Beach City Council meeting, found common ground on one point: the city spoiled the participation of the community to the project. A preliminary plan to replace portable A-frame signs that mark off Diamond Street’s “slow street” […]

Margaret Mary LaMora Paoli | News, Spor...

HANCOCK – Margaret Mary LaMora Paoli, 101, died February 23, 2022 in Canal View Houghton County where she had resided since 2011. The former Margaret Mary LaMora was born September 26, 1920 in Hancock, the daughter of the late Marie Seraphine and the late Louis A. LaMora. She graduated from Hancock Central High in 1938 […]

A new all-inclusive luxury in Barbados s...

A stay at a colourful, soothing and creatively infused luxury resort is exactly what the doctor ordered me, a normally gregarious extrovert who, like so many people, has been psychologically impacted by the pandemic. Sure, you might say, there is an overabundance of pampering luxury hotels, offering guests a sense of peace as well as […]

Want to paint the facade of the Virginia...

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WAVY) – The Virginia Aquarium & Marine Science Center is looking for an artist to paint the facade of the aquarium. Click here to subscribe to our email alerts on the latest news In partnership with the City of Virginia Beach Department of Cultural Affairs, mural artists are invited to apply to […]

New ordinance could make it a crime to a...

The order was requested in July by East Long Beach Councilman Daryl Supernaw, who showed footage of a takeover event where dozens of people and vehicles blocked the Stearns Street intersection and Bellflower Boulevard, with some attendees pointing lasers at arriving police. Supernaw said Monday that the purpose of seeking the ordinance was to ensure […]

“A lot of love”: La Jollans organizes ga

When their disabled daughter and her classmates showed signs of anxiety early in the COVID-19 pandemic, Marjan and Tom Pousti worked to build their confidence through activity and interaction. La Jolla Shores residents have been hosting a program in their backyard since the summer of 2020 in which their daughter Nikki, 22, and 10-15 other […]

Plan your trip to Myrtle Beach, SC

Are you planning a vacation in Myrtle Beach, SC? One of the most popular beaches for vacationing in South Carolina is Myrtle Beach. So we’ve put together all of our reviews and coverage of Kidding Around in one handy guide! The guide includes places to stay, restaurants, activities and more. Plan a trip to Myrtle […]

A new college access program for young p...

Long Beach City College and the University of Southern California are launching a new program aimed at increasing access to college for youth who have been associated with gangs. The goal of the program, which begins this summer, is to help up to 300 prospective students with gang ties enroll and succeed at Long Beach […]

Anglicare presents its wish list for the...

Securing jobs, a community climate fund and a grassroots inquiry into COVID-19 are on Anglicare’s wish list for the upcoming federal election. The demands are on the organization’s list of five ideas Australia needs now, while ensuring Australians have a basic income and housing. Highlighting record numbers of Australians unable to afford homes and struggling […]

The best family hotels in the world

Baha Mar Resort in Nassau, Bahamas Baha Mar Family trips to luxury resorts are a mainstay all over the world, but the truly exceptional ones for families can be much harder to find. Stacy Fischer-Rosenthal, president of luxury travel company Fischer Travel Enterprises, says a great family travel hotel has to tick several boxes. “It […]

10 of Britain’s craziest adventures for

Bikepacking, Scotland Adventure leader Rosie Baxendine quit her desk job and became a full-time bikepacking guide (like hiking, but on a bike). Many of his trips are reserved for women, such as the two-day explorations of Perthshire, Lothian or the Borders. Others have a theme, like a trip to the northeast in search of puffins, […]

Virginia Beach residents concerned about...

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. — A wildfire worried residents of the Sandbridge area of ​​Virginia Beach and even Pungo on Thursday night. The fire lit up the sky. A Virginia Beach Fire Department dispatcher told News 3 that it was a bushfire not far from Colchester Road near the North Bay Shore Campground and Indian Cove […]

Giving a punch against Parkinson’s disea

CALLAWAY, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) – Loss of strength, balance and mobility is a problem that people with Parkinson’s disease face every day. Those who suffer say that certain types of exercise help them in their daily activities. Boxing is an exercise that helps them fight a battle beyond the ring. “Parkinson’s takes patients and tries to […]

The RI Shore Access Committee has some i...

But Keeley is concerned about some of them. The commission focused on securing the right to pass along the shore, while ignoring or outright rejecting the right to stay there to enjoy it. By doing so, they could cast doubt on people’s ability to stop, sit or linger, which Keeley and other activists believe is […]

Still no city administrator for Redingto...

REDINGTON SHORES — The City Commission has met twice to select a trustee to manage city affairs, relieving commissioners of that workload. Both times they were unsuccessful in choosing a appointee and now plan to hold one-on-one interviews with two of the top five candidates previously interviewed and one selected from new resumes received after […]

Virginia Beach launches Phase I of its n...

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WAVY) — The City of Virginia Beach has launched Phase I of its new website and invites the public to view and provide feedback. The deadline for user feedback is March 14. Click here to subscribe to our email alerts on the latest news City officials say the new and improved design […]

ArtiGras, Italian Festival, and more

PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. — This weekend, more than 300 artists will be at the Palm Beach North Chamber of Commerce’s biggest event as the Italian vibe takes over Tradition Square. 1) ArtiGras – Palm Beach Gardens The 37th annual ArtiGras Fine Arts Festival returns to Gardens North County District Park Saturday and Sunday. The […]

Five Candidates Are Running For Five Sea...

Five candidates vying for five available seats on the board spoke to the La Jolla Shores Association at its February 9 virtual meeting. Council members serve a three-year term. Administrator Charlie Brown said ballots would be emailed to all registered LJSA members and must be printed and returned by Wednesday, March 9. Meinrat ‘Andi’ Andreae […]

Locals discuss if they’re ready for Vale

PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) — If you’re scrambling to find something special for your loved one on Valentine’s Day, you’re not alone. A recent RetailMeNot survey reported that one in 10 Americans wait until the very last minute to buy something special for their Valentine’s Day. So if you want to order that bouquet […]

George Greenman Obituary (1933 – 2022) –

MSgt. George C. Greenman, USAF (retired) October 9, 1933 – February 10, 2022 Bonaire, Georgia – MSgt. George C. Greenman, USAF (ret.), 88, of Bonaire, GA died Thursday, February 10, 2022. George was born on October 9, 1933 in Daytona Beach, Florida to the late Nettie Mae and Jack Carlton Greenman. He lived his early […]

Upcoming Attractions at Long Beach Expo ...

A grand marquee of attractions at this Collectors Universe event, headlined by the eight-digit Tyrant coin collection and on-site grading by coins, banknotes and sports memorabilia authenticators, will take place at the Long Beach Convention Center. The Long Beach Coin, Currency, Stamp & Sports Collectible Show rolls out the red carpet February 17-19, 2022 […]

Ange Postecoglou hopes to be on the beac...

CELTIC fans should expect a much quieter summer after a flurry of activity over the past two transfer windows, with manager Ange Postecoglou hoping to sunbathe on a beach rather than answer calls from agents. The Celtic manager says he is ready for any eventuality in the next window although he is now happy with […]

VB charter school draws Virginia governo...

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WAVY) — Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin has made school choice and charter schools part of his education program. He wants $150 million to create 20 new charter schools, including “lab innovation” schools, in Virginia. The State Senate Killed (SB 125) charter school bill, but the House of Delegates bill (HB 356) for […]

403rd Army Field Support Brigade Persona...

Brad Richardson, food program director at the Honshu Logistics Readiness Center. (Photo credit: courtesy photo) SEE THE ORIGINAL Brad Richardson is the Honshu Logistics Readiness Center food program manager for the Camp Zama community, U.S. Army Garrison Japan, where he is the primary authority on all catering matters. For the past few months, Mr. Richardson […]

Eugenie Bouchard in a swimsuit says hell...

Tennis superstar Eugenie Bouchard felt like a mermaid on her recent trip to Miami Beach. Bouchard posted a series of photos and a video on Instagram of herself posing in a swimsuit while spending a day on a yacht. Her impressive figure was on full display. (The caption? A mermaid and a peace sign emoji.) […]

Former NFL player Troy Vincent hosts ‘ju

Troy Vincent children age five as they enter the Vincent Country Safe Zone Activity Day at John Muir Academy in Long Beach, Calif., on Tuesday, Feb. 8, 2022. More than 700 students were treated to sports, food and games as part of the NFL’s community events leading up to the Super Bowl in Los Angeles […]

Are you a beach lover? Check out these ...

Only a few more days before the return of summer! It’s about vacation, vacation and fun. But summer is synonymous with heat and that leads us to find ways to cool down what may be the best place to enjoy the summer than the beaches. But you don’t know what to wear to the beach […]

We want to retire somewhere with lots of...

I am a 51 year old married woman and plan to take semi-retirement at 62 and full retirement at 65. My husband and I are starting to think of places we would consider retiring to and then visiting several over the next 10 years. year. Dear Mindy, Congratulations, give yourself plenty of time to explore […]

The “wild” and wacky of the Miami Marath

The Miami Marathon has always emphasized inclusion as part of its mission. It’s one of the most multicultural races in the world – with runners flocking from all over Latin America, especially to race in Miami – and competitors with disabilities dotting the field. So it was a logical step to add a new category […]

Former US envoy: US groups must stop int...

A counter-protester stands on the road in front of a truck leading a convoy of truckers opposing COVID-19 health measures and vaccinations, in Vancouver, British Columbia, Saturday, Feb. 5, 2022. A group of more than 200 against -Protesters on foot and on bikes held up the convoy for almost an hour before police turned the […]

Minimum Wage Rises, Purple Line Extensio...

Effective July 1, 2022, the minimum wage in the city of Los Angeles will increase from $15 to $16.04 an hour, Mayor Eric Garcetti announced this week. “We fought to raise the minimum wage because hard work should always be greeted with the dignity, respect and opportunity that a fair wage brings,” Garcetti said in […]

Ladies Bay Nudist Beach: Incident of sex...

Ladies Bay in St Heliers has long been known as a nudist-friendly beach. File photo / Doug Sherring Concern over group sex at a nudist beach yesterday is not the first time alarm has been raised about sexual behavior there, a community leader has said. A man called the police around 6pm yesterday saying he […]

Police called a group engaged in sexual ...

Ladies Bay in St Heliers. Photo / Doug Sherring A St Heliers resident called the police after seeing a group of around 10 people engaging in public sex on a nudist beach in central Auckland. Police said they received a sex incident report at Ladies Bay, St Heliers, just after 6pm. The resident and his […]

Max Weinberg and Remember Jones concert ...

A series of shows filled with celebrations and memories of one of the most outstanding artists in rock history have been kicked up a notch. On April 29, 30 and May 1, New Jersey artist Remember Jones will perform Meat Loaf’s seminal album, “Bat Out of Hell,” in its entirety. Performances must take place at […]

Immigrant ID cards will be issued in Mia...

Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine Cava answers a reporter’s questions during a legislative session, Tuesday, Jan. 11, 2022, in Tallahassee, Fla. Miami-Dade County commissioners have approved a plan for a nonprofit organization to issue identification to immigrants who are in the country illegally and others who do not have identification. Advocates say immigrants often struggle […]

VB City Council asks administrators to c...

VIRGINIA BEACH, Va. (WAVY) — A Virginia Beach City Council member is asking city administrators to consider whether there is a way to allow sledding at Mount Trashmore again. Councilman Rocky Holcomb asked the City Manager and the City Attorney on Tuesday to see if there was a way to allow sledding in the popular […]

Surfside Beach seeks grant for 4 new fir...

SURFSIDE BEACH, SC (WBTW) – The Surfside Beach Fire Department will apply for a federal grant to support the hiring of four new firefighters. The municipal council unanimously approved the possibility for the fire chief to apply for the “SAFER” grant. “SAFER” stands for “Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response”. Over a four-year period, […]

Rutgers develops rapid test for omicron ...

A team from Rutgers New Jersey Medical School in New Jersey has developed a rapid test, which is pending approval for clinical testing, that can detect all known variants of COVID-19, including alpha, beta, gamma, delta and the highly transmissible omicron. . David Alland, chief of infectious diseases at Rutgers New Jersey Medical School, said […]

EXPLAINER: Why US sanctions may target i...

FILE – A Ukrainian man drives in an armored personnel carrier near a frontline position in the Lugansk region of eastern Ukraine on January 28, 2022. The White House and U.S. officials have threatened Russia with financial sanctions with “serious consequences” if Moscow invades Ukraine, but so far many people have been the main targets […]

A Guide to Amazon’s Valentine’s Day Gift

Every product we feature has been independently selected and reviewed by our editorial team. If you make a purchase using the included links, we may earn a commission. If you’re like me, you haven’t gotten your partner anything for Valentine’s Day yet, but Amazon has a collection of the most popular foodie choices it will […]

Mexico Vacation: Exploring Mayan Ruins a...

Some 100 feet underground, waist deep in water and locked in a cavernous chamber whose stalactites make it look like a cathedral, I’m worried. Then the lights go out. Where am I on Earth? The answer is the Rio Secreto, a network of caves and waterways that stretches beneath the surface of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula. […]

La Jolla Parks & Beaches Gets New Presid

Changes are underway to the La Jolla Parks & Beaches Board of Directors, including a new member and a new chair. At the group’s meeting on January 24, chairwoman Claudia Baranowski resigned, citing personal reasons, and a new list of leaders was elected. Bob Evans will now serve as President. Brenda Fake is Vice President […]

Obituary: Anne Weir Bickel Emerson (01/2...

Anne Weir Bickel Emerson, 83, a rural resident of Fort Scott, died Jan. 25, 2022. She was born August 25, 1938, to Katherine McCarthy and H. Rank Bickel, Jr. in Lebanon, Penn., where she lived with her older sister Elizabeth Kay until June 1960. A graduate of the School of Journalism in Penn State University […]

Prepare to see hundreds of cyclists peda...

PALM (Pedal Across Lower Michigan), rescheduled from 2020, is scheduled for June 1-24 and could draw up to 700 bike enthusiasts to Bay City. Organizers of the trek from Whitehall on the west side of the state to Harbor Beach are planning an overnight stopover at TL Handy Middle School in Bay City on June […]

A woman bitten by a barracuda swimming o...

The great barracuda is an “ambush hunter that can explode at speeds of up to 35 mph and poses a danger to humans,” according to the Florida Museum of Natural History. Photo by NOAA A tourist was attacked off a beach in the Cayman Islands, and authorities believe it may be a rare case barracuda […]

Debt dispute likely sparked murder of tw...

Forensic technicians and hotel workers stand near a scene where three Canadian citizens were shot and injured at the Xcaret hotel in Playa del Carmen, Mexico January 21, 2022. REUTERS/Stringer Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Two Canadians killed near Cancún last week had debts linked to criminal history An employee was […]

01/25/2022 | Berlin mayor presents 2022...

Berlin mayor presents 2022 goals BERLIN — Progress on a community center, new festivals, road safety improvements and rebranding are among Berlin’s many goals for 2022. Mayor Zack Tyndall this week outlined dozens of goals that it compiled with input from the public and city staff. “By far, that’s a pretty good representation of the […]