As a new wave of women step into their mid-centuries, books reimagining female midlife are striking a chord. “We’re not going to do our 50s the way everyone’s telling us we’re supposed to,” author Candace Bushnell says.
State says sludge must be tested for ‘forever chemicals’ before it’s used as fertilizer
The new requirement comes as a farmer in Arundel blames municipal sludge containing PFAS for contaminating his land and dairy herd.
Divers haul up giant ball of ‘ghost gear’ littering the seafloor off Maine’s coast
Every year, fishermen lose tons of gear along the coast of Maine. It can collect into jumbled masses, what’s known as “ghost gear,” that can be hazardous to navigation and marine life.
Code Red Shallow-water fishing tips to catch more redfish
I shivered involuntarily in the predawn light. It felt more like I was going duck hunting than fishing, especially since I was in a surface drive-driven shallow-water boat.
What you need to know about store closing sales at Macy's, Sears, or Kmart near you
One thing you can definitely expect from store closing sales? Different stock from a traditional 'going out of business' sale.
FHP: Archer man killed in motorcycle accident
Charles David Reid, 49, was killed, according to FHP.
Chardon Man Indicted on Child Pornography Charges
“This is another indictment resulting from an undercover online investigation conducted by a prosecutor’s office investigator.” – Prosecutor Jim Flaiz
A new carnival is coming to this Hall County park
The carnival will be coming to town in June at Laurel Park, a new event for Hall County Parks and Leisure.
Two weeks after suffering facial fractures, Duke baseball’s Ethan Murray is practicing again
Duke baseball’s Ethan Murray suffered facial fractures when he was hit by a pitch. After surgery, he’s back at practice preparing for the Blue Devils in the 2019 Nashville Super Regional against Vanderbilt.
Run, Walk, Crawl for 1/8 Mile in Barnegat Light and Help the LBI Rotary
By DAVID BIGGY | May 29, 2019 File Photo by: Ryan Morrill Surf City — Run like a cheetah, crawl like a snail, or walk like an Egyptian. It doesn’t really matter how you get from Barnegat Lighthouse to the Eighth Street pavilion in Barnegat Light, just do it, and in the process help raise funds for the LBI Rotary Club during its third annual 1/8 Mile Run on Saturday, June 8 The event starts at 2 p.m. – and ends soon after, unlike the 18 Mile Run – and participants can gather afterward at Kubel’s, where prizes will be dealt and free appetizers available. And while you’re there, why not throw on some goofy attire? Of course, dressing up like a cheetah, snail or Egyptian is optional. The event is held rain…