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Channel Guide MagazineIt's only June, but I'm going to go ahead and lay odds that one of the more notable yuletide originals this season will be Duck the Halls: A Robertson Family Christmas, a.k.a. the Duck Dynasty Christmas album. (Sure, Duck the Halls is a fine title, but...
After listening to nearly seven hours of testimony over two days, the South Whitehall Township Zoning Hearing Board unanimously denied an appeal on Monday to give Dorney Park & Wildwater Kingdom permission to have a fireworks display every night during...
The Bel Air Independence Day Committee is eagerly seeking floats, marching units, antique cars and comic/novelty acts to join the area's Fourth of July celebration. Local businesses and organizations can be part of the fun as well, with their own...
I would like to take this opportunity to remind everyone that Flag Day is Friday. It’s a holiday that is often overlooked because it falls between Memorial Day and the Fourth of July. However, it’s an important holiday because it pays...
Christmas will be coming in July for more than 1,000 homeless youngsters in Broward. It's been 12 years since Celia Earle created Christmas in July, an annual effort to collect donations of clothing and school supplies. Through July 10, donations can be...
It started with a battle over a Nativity scene, but now the Arlington Heights Park District is considering an official policy for displays that could mean a more liberal use of its public parks. The so-called "unattended display" policy discussed by...
An Allentown man who police say accidentally shot his teenage girlfriend last Christmas has agreed to a plea deal. Daquan Graves, who turns 20 on Friday, pleaded guilty this week to illegal possession of a firearm, a felony that carries up to 10 years...
Tags: Shootings, Judges, Justice System, Prisons, Religious Festivals
Farm, Field & Garden CorrespondentBill Blough's entry into the antique tractor hobby is not exactly what people might consider ordinary. The 69-year-old Boswell resident is mostly responsible for bringing tractor square dancing to the Laurel Highlands region nearly a decade ago....
firstname.lastname@example.orgROCKAWAY BEACH, Mo. -- A popular tourist attraction on Lake Taneycomo was forced to be canceled earlier this year. But, after losing the annual boat races, the Rockaway Beach community is now fighting to keep another longstanding tradition alive: its...
If I were Cinderella, I would keep an eye on that glass slipper. Disney World is now selling shiny, fanciful collectibles that are shaped like shoes and inspired by beloved animated characters. The shoes, about 3.5 inches tall, can also do double-duty...
Tags: Religious Festivals
The Ferguson Center for the Arts Friday unveiled a set of shows stretching from August into May of next year. Big names include Lyle Lovett, Bela Fleck, Taj Mahal, Steve Miller Band, Blues Traveler, Kenny Loggins and Joan Jett. There are other surprises...
Father’s Day concert The Somerset County Community Band annual Father’s Day Concert at 5 p.m., June 16 on the lawn stage of the Philip Dressler Center in Somerset. There will be free ice cream sundaes. 814-443-3055. Strawberry Festival Mt....
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