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ANTIQUES AND COLLECTING by Terry and Kim Kovel: M...
Santa Claus traditionally arrives in his sleigh, but children born in the past 100 years or so have wondered why Santa doesn't use faster, newer ways to make his Christmas Eve journey. Writers and...
Read more at The Daily Jeffersonian
Dallmeyer Home evolves since first house in 1869
For the late Bob Dallmeyer, the balcony of 600 E. Capitol Ave. provided a teenager with a front row seat to watch President Harry Truman and British Prime Minister Winston Churchill drive by on their...
Read more at Jefferson City News Tribune
BORDER ENTERTAINMENT GUIDE: July 3 - 9, 2014
Music, theatre, comedy, visual arts, history and much more. The Soweto Gospel Choir, Saturday, July 5, Wangaratta Performing Arts Centre; Sunday, July 6, Albury Entertainment Centre; and July 11,...
Read more at The Border Mail
Exclusive: Oneida Indian Nation opening new casin...
By Elizabeth Doran and Michelle Breidenbach CHITTENANGO, N.Y. -- The Oneida Indian Nation will open a $20 million casino in Chittenango in 2015, expanding its gaming empire as New York welcomes its...
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Leathernecks Motorcycle Club Hosts Toy Giveaway
ROYALTON-- Santa Claus made a stop in Royalton Saturday, bringing gifts to kids of all ages. But, he got a little extra help from one local group. The Leathernecks Motorcycle Club hosted their first...
Read more at WSIL 3 Southern Illinois
Iowa woman delivers her baby en route to hospital
An Iowa family was in for the surprise of a lifetime when a mother delivered her baby in a car speeding down the interstate. Danny Thurman and his wife, Jessica Thurman, jumped into his work van at...
Read more at KCCI 8 Des Moines
Scale-model buildings provide valuable training
The holiday-themed village outside the Westbran Training Centre is so much more than what first meets the eye. The village, which includes a church,
and house, was built by a crew from...
Read more at Brandon Sun
Cross-Dressing Robber Holds Up Deerfield Beach St...
A cross-dressing robber targeted a Deerfield Beach store Monday, donning a disguise in an effort to obscure his identity. A man dressed as a woman held up the Dollar
at 1377 S Dixie Hwy...
Read more at NBC Miami
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Talking Tysons Corner in the days before it was a...
The memories we form of Tysons Corner today typically involve snagging a good parking space outside the mall or a getting a good deal on a cashmere sweater inside. That wasn’t always the case, as...
Read more at Washington Post
Bengaluru's heritage markets to give way to facel...
On a Thursday evening, Mohammad Farooque Khan is busy tending to customers at Makkah Cafe in Johnson Market. Some of the customers are evidently regulars and ask “Farooque bhai” for chai or slices of...
Read more at Business Standard India
Indian National Trust
Christmas spectacular is back
Greetings and Merry Christmas to everyone. It is this time of year as usual to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ. With one exception, this is my anniversary of 30 years of my displays of...
Read more at The Fort Dodge Messenger
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Woop Woop Cup is a highlight of country racing
Woop Woop Cup is a highlight of country racing folklore and kicks off a busy program of Mid North Coast racing on Boxing Day at Wauchope. Woop Woop Cup is a highlight of country racing folklore and...
Read more at Manning River Times
Tour de Lights draws bicyclists to Market Square
Knoxville's eighth annual Tour de Lights drew about a thousand people Friday night to Market Square with lighted bikes and riders clad in all manner of holiday outfits. The event was organized by...
Read more at Knoxville News Sentinel
Knoxville Police Department
Northeast Baltimore's treasured food store grows ...
As you enter the doors of Bel-Garden Bi-Rite Supermarket, you realize this neighborhood store could only be in Baltimore. There are jumbo jars of pickled onions and pickled eggs. On Wednesdays in the...
Read more at Baltimore Sun
Trial in Cherish Perrywinkle case postponed
The death-penalty trial of the man accused of raping and killing 8-year-old Cherish Perrywinkle is delayed until at least May, and might be delayed much longer. Circuit Judge Mallory Cooper agreed...
Read more at The Florida Times-Union
Donald James Smith
Two arrested for New Madrid County robberies afte...
NEW MADRID - A year-long investigation has led to the arrest of two men involved in a series of thefts. Rickey V. Smith and Edward E. Cummings of Memphis, Tenn., are charged with the theft of a...
Read more at Standard Democrat
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Milwaukee police seek two suspects in armed robbe...
MILWAUKEE (WITI) — Milwaukee police are searching for two suspects in connection with an armed robbery at a Dollar
. It happened Thursday night, December 18th at the store near Locust...
Read more at FOX 6 Milwaukee
Brightness and cheer to end the year
Light displays are hit at holidays By MICHAEL REID Staff writer The holidays are a great time for memories, and the light displays of Annmarie Sculpture Garden & Arts Center and Flat Iron Farm...
Read more at South Maryland News
Let It Snow
It’s time to renew dog tags
Medina County dog-owners have until the end of January to license their pets. All dogs 3 months or older must be licensed every year between Dec. 1 and Jan. 31, no matter if they’re kept inside or...
Read more at The Medina County Gazette
Morgan County has history of changing Christmas t...
Editor's Note: This is part of a monthly series of stories by the Community History Writers, a group of area individuals committed to documenting and writing about local history and the people, places...
Read more at The Fort Morgan Times
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