Evening of elegance for daughters and their daddies planned near Plant City

May 24, 2018 by  

A special evening for little girls and their fathers, uncles, grandfathers, stepfathers, or another man who is important in their life has been planned, and Plant City residents have [Read more]

Wagon train set to roll in for Placerville’s Hangtown Days

May 23, 2018 by  

A Placerville festival will take the city back in time to its early days, and the whole community can enjoy a day filled with activities that offer something for [Read more]

Orlando seafood festival welcomes everyone

May 23, 2018 by  

The family-friendly Festival of the Sea offers something for every age of seafood lover next month.

The third year of [Read more]

Orlando location honors baseball legends

May 23, 2018 by  

Tinker Field History Plaza has opened following a ribbon-cutting ceremony, while the work and fundraising continue.

On Wednesday, May 2, the [Read more]

Graduation back at Finn Stadium

May 23, 2018 by  

Shelton High School Class of 2018 will have their graduation ceremony at Finn Stadium due to a petition.

Originally, the [Read more]

Two Levittown students named as National Merit Scholars

May 23, 2018 by  

A pair of students from Levittown recently got the chance to show that they really were one in a million.

Helen Zhang and [Read more]

West Sacramento soon to get milkshakes with a side of history

May 23, 2018 by  

The wheels are turning and plans are underway to open a new milkshake shop in Old Sacramento, near West Sacramento.

The decision to lease a [Read more]

Syosset student is a National Merit Scholar

May 23, 2018 by  

A student at Syosset High School recently showed that hard work really does pay off.

The National Merit Scholarship awarded Wanlin Li with [Read more]

Students near Kennewick discover the joys of cycling

May 23, 2018 by  

After a year of working with mentors and learning the ins and outs of cycling, middle students near Kennewick got to show what they were made of during a 25-mile race, part of the Inland Empire Century.

The students were [Read more]

Lindenhurst gets ready for its first cat cafe

May 22, 2018 by  

Although the concept of a cat cafe is becoming more popular in the US (the cafes are already pretty popular in areas of Asia), Lindenhurst and the rest of Long Island isn’t yet home to one. That should change soon, thanks to the [Read more]

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