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I love to bake. I have been baking and decorating cookies and cupcakes for family and friends for years — even before it was "trendy." I originally made these cupcakes on St. Patrick's Day, but it is such a favorite recipe, I have added it to my...
Tags: Brownsville, Frosting and Icing
Women of Faith Day set for Saturday Ringgold Church of Christ will hold a Women of Faith Day Saturday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. The church is at 14420 Barkdoll Road. The guest speaker will be Lori Wriston, board director and director of oversight and...
firstname.lastname@example.orgIt was a 5K run/walk with a decidedly Irish twist. A leprechaun appeared from time to time Saturday morning as runners made their way across the grassy hills in the bright morning sun. Clad in a bright green derby, breeches and stockings, the bearded...
email@example.comWhen the Antrim House Restaurant closed its doors last fall, the owners of Flannery's Tavern on the Square in Mercersburg brought their unique brand of dining to that space, hoping to usher in a new dining experience. The John Allison Public House, 104...
firstname.lastname@example.orgIn the beginning, it was only rain — and rain happens all the time. But, 75 years ago, Mother Nature turned water into a malicious mad dog. In Williamsport, it ripped away buildings, destroyed bridges and sent people scrambling to the second...
Tags: Rivers, Ohio River, American Red Cross, Disasters, Holidays
Cadet Ryan Thomas Heavner of Hagerstown has been selected for the 2012 Summerall Guards, a silent drill platoon at The Citadel, The Military College of South Carolina. The unit's first performance was March 19 during Corps Day activities. Corps Day is...
For the first time in their three-year history, the Lehigh Valley Steelhawks have won three consecutive games. They are 5-4 and in contention for a playoff berth in the Professional Indoor Football League and could even be in line to host a PIFL...
Away at war, Celina Yebba missed a thousand little things about her family back in Sanford. Especially the holidays. Not just Christmas, as one might expect. The Yebbas are people who have always celebrated holidays — no matter how small —...
It is official: There are too many special events in Delray Beach. Once conceived as a way to attract visitors to downtown shops and restaurants, special events are now viewed as a nuisance keeping regular patrons and Delray residents from visiting...
A large group of teenagers were involved in a fight near the Inner Harbor in Baltimore on Monday afternoon, with several of the teens taken into custody, police said. One police officer was injured responding to the brawl when she fell after chasing...
The Hartford CourantIt was a shore dinner in Maine a decade ago that transformed Robert Gentile, an aging, unremarkable wise guy from Hartford, into the best lead in years in one of the world's most baffling crime mysteries, the unsolved robbery of half a billion dollars...
Tags: FBI, Meriden, Heart Problems, Prosecution, Punishment
This list is not all-inclusive Dec. 6-7 Geneva Christmas Walk & House Tour The celebration begins on Dec. 6 with a nod to Geneva's Swedish roots and the tradition of Santa Lucia and tree lighting at 6 p.m. Shop in the historic downtown and enjoy...
Tags: Holidays, Arts, Human Interest, Arts and Culture, Sculpture
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