Bringing Northwest Florida History to the Stage: Playwright Breathes Life into Local Stories
Defuniak Springs, FL - Tucked away in the quaint northwest Florida town of Defuniak Springs lies a thriving theater community, one that has fostered the creativity of prolific playwright Nancy Hasty. Through vivid storytelling and dynamic performances, Nancy has captured the essence of local history and culture, bringing forgotten narratives to vivid life on stage.
Can a property owner block a utility easement
When it comes to property ownership and the rights that accompany it, questions often arise regarding the extent to which a homeowner can control their property. One common query concerns the blocking of utility easements.
Philly Jobs and Job Fairs September/October
100's of jobs featuring Same Day Work and Pay and CareerLink. Do you or someone you know need a job or looking for other options? The City of Philadelphia has many programs and partnerships to help you find full or part-time jobs and service opportunities.
How It Unfolded: Community Reporting Thwarted Haymarket Church Threat
In a dramatic turn of events, vigilant members of the community played a crucial role in preventing a potential threat to the Park Valley Church in Haymarket, Fairfax County, on a Sunday that could have ended in tragedy. The incident serves as a stark reminder that swift action and community cooperation are vital in ensuring the safety of our places of worship.
Greg Takes Manhattan: Abbott heads to NYC, tells sanctuary city he didn't make their migrant crisis
A burgeoning feud between Texas Governor Greg Abbott and New York City Mayor Eric Adams is brewing this week, as the Governor followed one of his buses of migrants to NYC Wednesday.
The haunted history of Traverse City State Hospital
In 1881, Michigan had a need for a third psychiatric hospital. The asylums in Kalamazoo and Pontiac were getting close to capacity, but the patients kept coming. Officials weren't sure where they would be able to build another hospital to help the most people possible.
A 72-year-old U.S. Navy Vet in Oregon Finds $6,000 Gone From His Federal Benefits And No one Cares
PORTLAND, Oregon — For Milton Zimmer, a 72-year-old U.S. Navy veteran from Salem, Social Security and veteran disability benefits are not just an income, but a lifeline. These federal funds help him afford essentials like food, medicine, and shelter. Without this support, Zimmer fears he might be homeless.
Enid, Oklahoma: The Disappearance of Kendra Nicole Battelo
Kendra Battelo walks into a room and people look. She is beautiful, but what people really notice is her smile. A smile that is contagious and seems to infect everyone that she comes in contact with.
My Week at Wyoming Whiskey: Tales of Horses, Whiskey & the Grand Tetons
We have all heard of Southern hospitality, but let me tell you that Western hospitality is just as lovely and comes with mountain views, wild animals and a lot of meat. One of the perks of working in the bourbon industry is that you are occasionally invited to releases and events. Living and working in Kentucky, these events are typically in-state and do not require significant travel or an overnight stay. But sometimes, out-of-state distilleries invite you to an event that you cannot decline. This invite is exactly what happened when Wyoming Whiskey asked yours truly out to Jackson, Wyoming, for the distiller’s release of its National Parks No. 3 and The Grand bourbon whiskies last week.
Exploring South Carolina Laws: Do you have to Merge over for Emergency Vehicles?
Did you know that in South Carolina, there are specific laws about what you should do when you see an emergency vehicle on the road? It’s super important for all drivers to know these rules to keep everyone safe. Let’s talk about whether you have to merge over for emergency vehicles in South Carolina!
Multiple Construction Zones and a Sinkhole Disrupt Traffic Across Morris County
Commuters face lane closures and detours on key routes including NJ 24 and I-80 Morris County, NJ — A sinkhole and several construction projects are causing significant traffic disruptions across multiple towns in Morris County, including Hanover, Roxbury, and Montville Townships. Motorists are advised to exercise caution and plan alternate routes.
Carnitas Don Alfredo - Bensenville - My Review
My next stop is a very popular Mexican restaurant that recently opened up at a location near my home in Bensenville. The place is called Carnitas Don Alfredo in Bensenville. It is funny to me that this is the first time I am trying Carnitas Don Alfredo. I grew up in Melrose Park and that is where the original location started.
Scattered Strong to Severe Thunderstorms Possible for Lower Ohio Valley this Evening on Sept 27th
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Mystery at the Museum: $25,000 Reward Still Offered for Alabama Artifacts
It was the heist of the century. In the spring of 1980, thieves crept away with 70% of the museum-quality native American artifacts housed at the Erskine Ramsey Repository at Moundville Archaeological Park. For 20 years, the heist was kept hidden from the public, until a University of Alabama professor came forward in 2003 with an appeal for the public's help. To this day, only three of the relics have been found. The location of the rest remains a mystery, but some scholars believe they may still be in Alabama.
When homeless in Denver, eyes take a beating
Artificial intelligence assisted the author in crafting this story. A while ago I wrote an article about how homelessness wreaks havoc on a person’s teeth. I described how Colorado Coalition for the Homeless assists people experiencing homelessness in having their teeth cleaned, fixed, and even replaced.
Popular Discount Supermarket Closes Doors, Leaving Shoppers Stunned in Warwick, Rhode Island
Customers left puzzled and frustrated by sudden grocery store closure. In a startling turn of events that has left customers and local community members perplexed, a well-loved regional grocery chain has shut down one of its key locations. This decision was made without any clear explanation, causing an air of bewilderment amongst regular shoppers and employees alike.
2 Local Taco Restaurants Named Best in the Country
Every year, Yelp, the food review website that allows customers to review their dining experience, puts out specialized lists to outline the best restaurants around the country. Sometimes these lists have a wide breadth, covering all forms of eateries, all lumped into one list. These can be difficult lists at best, as comparing food trucks to fine dining isn’t exactly apples to apples. However, the website’s most recent list makes much more sense. Yelp set out to highlight the best tacos in the country and two of these locations are located here in Tucson.
Changing Lanes: Maine's Bold Moves Against Racial Profiling in Traffic Stops
Maine finds itself in a tangle of controversy as law enforcement agencies confront proposed rules aimed at battling racial profiling. Starting 2024, the mandate will require police to record detailed demographic information on drivers during traffic stops.
Target's Message to Thieves and California's Soft-On-Crime Policies: Hasta La Vista, Baby
In a bold move, retail giant Target is closing stores in San Francisco, Oakland, and Pittsburg, amid rising organized retail crime rates, retail losses, inadequate policing, and concerns for public and employee safety. Can anyone blame them?
Dining by the River: Exploring Bandera's Seafood Scene
Disclaimer: This content is written with the help of AI. Bandera, Texas, often dubbed the "Cowboy Capital of the World," may be best known for its rich Western heritage, but it's also a haven for seafood lovers. Nestled between the scenic hills and waters of the Texas Hill Country, Bandera offers an array of dining options that are sure to please even the most discerning palate. Here, we delve into three must-visit seafood spots that have captured the hearts of both locals and tourists alike.