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The 7th Annual Yorktown Market Days season kicks off Saturday, May 11, along the Yorktown waterfront at Riverwalk Landing between Buckner and Ballard streets, according to a news release. The market will operate weekly 8 a.m.-noon Saturdays through...
The gymnasium was rich with aromas of Chinese, Indian and Filipino foods and the eclectic sounds of ethnic musicians. Children and adults wandered among the many musical and dance performances, while others tried their hand at art projects such as Chinese...
The Hartford CourantWhen Mark Doyle lost his job in August, it wasn't a huge jolt. Doyle, 59, had taken the traveling sales job six months earlier, and it had become clear the business wasn't strong enough to support his territory. He'd found the job fairly quickly after his...
Lower Macungie will soon be getting its first pickleball court. Commissioners last week approved a request to add pickleball court lines to a tennis court at Rodale Park on Riverbend Road. The court will still be used for tennis as well. Jim Windt wrote...
Tags: Tennis, Catasauqua
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe Jessamine County YMCA is introducing specialty camps this summer, providing weeklong experiences to delve deeper into sports and science. Program director Caitlin Keck said she wanted to start the offerings after seeing the popularity of the...
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- Springfield’s annual Bike to Work Week returns May 13-17. Ozark Greenways hosts this fun annual event to invite area residents to leave their car behind at least one day this week and commute by biking, walking, taking the bus,...
Tags: Business, Panera Bread Company
MansfieldRobert Niderno has been named assistant vice president, branch manager for the Savings Institute Bank & Trust's Mansfield office, according to Jonathan Wood, Savings Institute Bank & Trust Company senior vice president retail banking. Mr. Niderno brings a...
After three decades of public service, Mount Prospect Mayor Irvana K. Wilks is hanging up her riding boots to write her novel. The Kansas farm girl grew up riding horses but left for the greener pastures of Mount Prospect 44 years ago to follow her...
Winchester has plenty to offer To the editor, I would like to remind our community about some of the many wonderful opportunities for youth that we have locally. Community Education offers various classes, some free and some for a small fee, for youth....
NILES -- Looking to feel good about yourself both physically and mentally? The Niles-Buchanan YMCA is providing you with that opportunity. In response to last week's urgent plea by The Salvation Army in Niles for food to stock the organization's...
Ten Years Ago The City Council approved a $770,000 purchase agreement for a five-acre parcel north of Palm Crest Elementary School, to be kept as open space. The property, in the 5200 block of Jessen Drive, had belonged to a local doctor who had...
Tags: Real Estate, Services and Shopping
The Waynesboro Area YMCA’s second annual Choose to Lose weight-loss competition concluded recently with 34 having weighed out, losing a combined 492.9 pounds. The winning team was Steve and Shae Marvich, who lost a combined 12.7 percent body...
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