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What do you do when an old friend undergoes an expensive and major surgery, remains in seclusion for two years and now is stripping off most of the bandages? In the case of Echo Park Lake, hundreds of Angelenos turned out Saturday to celebrate and...
WDBJ 7 Anchor/ReporterPower is slowly being restored after Thursday's severe thunderstorms. Here's a roundup as of approximately 5:00 p.m. on Friday: - Appalachian Power reports more than 40,300 customers are without power. The company says it has 2,200 crew members...
CASSOPOLIS, Mich. –While Wednesday night's storms that swept through Michiana didn't do as much damage as expected, it still left some of us in the dark. Power remained out late Thursday for more than 11,000 I&M customers in southwest Michigan....
When Richard Moley visited his hometown of Lake Bluff a few years ago, he was excited to recognize the ice truck in the Fourth of July parade as the same truck he drove decades ago during his summer job delivering ice. Now, after years of renovations to...
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Sun SentinelThe agency that guards South Florida against flooding and leads Everglades restoration on Thursday got its second new leader in two years. The South Florida Water Management District’s board looked within and made Ernie Barnett the interim...
As motorists zip by Sand Lake National Wildlife Refuge on County Road 16, they might see two stone pillars at the main entrance, but few recognize them as ties to the refuge's Depression era beginnings. But because the pillars are historically...
Back in the days of the jazz greats, when most of the downtown L.A. hotels were still segregated, the Dunbar Hotel was the place that rolled out the carpet for visiting African American musicians and the fans who flocked to see them. London Carter was...
A federal proposal to protect 740 miles of beach for loggerhead sea turtles has generated criticism from all sides, ranging from the volunteers who guard turtle nests in Broward County to the government agencies responsible for restoring eroded beaches....
Open park spaces are critical to the health of Burbank. Nature is revitalizing. Protecting it and teaching children to appreciate it in an age of urban growth takes visionaries. With the redevelopment funding cut, it would have been easy to just let the...
HartfordResidents, community leaders and public officials recently joined Retirement Housing Foundation and The Schochet Companies for a rededication ceremony of Capitol Towers in Hartford which marked the completion of nearly $2 million in renovations over the...
South Bend Tribune CorrespondentBUCHANAN — An additional amount of money not to exceed $10,000 has been allocated for the nearly completed restoration of Mill Race in Buchanan. The Buchanan Commissioners Monday night voted to fund the cost of placing rock on the banks of the Mill...
The Hartford CourantThe town has come up with a plan to preserve the remains of the Hopewell Woolen Mill and open the property to the public by the fall. Currently sporting a 6-foot-high chain-link fence dotted with "Keep Out" signs, the former Slocomb Mill site has...
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