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Point of no return Hampton's tax-and-spend leadership has once again demonstrated its contempt for the taxpaying citizen by increasing the real estate tax rate 19 percent. In these lean times when such a huge raise is unheard of, our liberal leaders...
Gorgeous biking weather has arrived and so has Michiana Bike to Work Week, which starts Monday. And at the end of this week (May 17-19), you'll find a wide menu of nearby bike tours from which to choose. If you work it right, you might be able to...
Tags: Tourism and Leisure, Travel
GOBLIN VALLEY, Utah — "The goblins will get ya if ya don't watch out!" wrote poet James Whitcomb Riley in 1885, probably just about the time that cowboys searching for cattle in southern Utah stumbled into this extraordinary collection of...
Tags: Tourism and Leisure, State Parks, Travel
firstname.lastname@example.orgThree buildings on two sites were dedicated as one museum Saturday, honoring the historical and cultural legacy of South Mountain State Park. South Mountain Recreation Area Superintendent Dan Spedden said Washington Monument and Gathland state parks...
Daily American Staff WriterLeona Shaffer remembers more than 90 years ago, back when her family ran a farm, raising Jersey and Guernsey cattle and growing and harvesting hay and crops with little mechanical help. Shaffer, who just turned 100, said she was a bit of a tomboy, and...
Golfers are split in their allegiances to Highland Park's two public golf courses — Sunset Valley and Highland Park Country Club. Here's a look at how they compare on paper: Sunset Valley Golf Course (built 1917) Owned by: Park District of...
Tags: Tourism and Leisure, Travel, Sports, Golf
Highland Park will need to decide whether it can continue to offer two public golf courses in an era when the sport is in steep economic decline across the nation. A day of reckoning is approaching as to whether Highland Park can continue to offer two...
ReutersLONDON, May 10 (Reuters) - Everyone likes a bit of excitment on holiday. But for those bold travelers who enjoy testing their limits with exhilarating stunts, rides and thrills, the members and editors of VirtualTourist (www.virtualtourist.com) have...
Tags: Tourism and Leisure, Everest, Ernest Hemingway, Travel, Sports
After a year of construction, Universal Orlando has finally admitted that the Wizarding World of Harry Potter will expand in 2014 with a detailed re-creation of London's Diagon Alley from the wildly popular series of books and movies. Photos: Top 10...
Moms are almost invisible at our theme parks. No, not the ones wielding double-wide strollers and juggling a bambino or two plus a little princess. Those I see a lot. But what about fictional mothers built into the stories of individual attractions? They'...
Universal Orlando has revealed some details about its Wizarding World of Harry Potter expansion: It is under construction at Universal Studios and will be made to look like London scenes, including Diagon Alley -- from the popular Potter films, keeping...
Staff Writer -- email@example.comMichigan House members voted Tuesday to grant disabled veterans, prisoners of war and Congressional Medal of Honor recipients a free recreational passport to all state parks and boating access points. Motorists in the Great Lakes state must purchase an...
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