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  • heroin
    Upper Darby works to curb drug trade
    Today, while googling the words, heroin bust, the google results come up with more than 549,000 results in .32 seconds. If you think it can’t happen in your community, you’re wrong. Yesterday while walking in Upper Darby on West...
  • 2015 Hope Floats Derby Duck Race
    Hope Floats 2015 Derby Duck Race benefitting Rocky Mountain Crisis Partners
    It is time again for the Annual Hope Floats Derby Duck Race benefitting Rocky Mountain Crisis Partners (RMCP). This year’s event will take place Saturday August 15, 2015, 11:00 a.m. at the Great Lawn Park in Lowry, Denver, Colorado. The...
  • Congressman Chaka Fattah
    Congressman Chaka Fattah,(D) Phila. indicted on corruption charges
    This morning, it has been announced that Congressman Chaka Fattah has been named in a federal indictment, from the United States Attorney’s office and that they have charged the Congressman with 29 counts of public corruption with charges...
  • Demi Lovato
    Demi Lovato is heartbroken over the death of her dog Buddy
    Demi Lovato has lost a very special friend. US Weekly reported on July 29, 2015, Lovato's cute puppy dog buddy has passed away. Lovato recently tweeted about the tragic death of her dog Buddy whom she clearly loved very much. She and her...
  • Gilleland Double Barrelled Cannon
    The Gilleland Double Barrelled Cannon
    Georgian John Gilleland a private in the home guard in Athens, GA invented a doubled barreled cannon which he hope would be adopted by the Confederate army.Gilleland’s cannon was designed so that it could shoot two six pound cannon balls,...
  • Mitch Henriquez family patiently awaits outcome of homicide investigation
    Mitch Henriquez family patiently awaits outcome of homicide investigation
    During a festival, in The Hague, the Netherlands, the unarmed Mitch Henriquez was arrested for jokingly saying that he had a weapon between his legs. He later died due to asphyxiation.In the U.S., Texas authorities released several hours of...
  • Hulk Hogan syndrome: are all whites racist?
    Hulk Hogan syndrome: are all whites racist?
    These days, outing celebrities as racists is an American pastime. Why? Although most claim to embrace all of their fans regardless of color, the truth appears to be that this bunch is as prejudiced as the rest of society. The latest one to get...
  • Indestructible Man more of a film noir flick than a sci-fi story.
    Indestructible Man more of a film noir flick than a sci-fi story.
    Indestructible Man is the 1956 horror film. Criminal Charles Benton dies in the electric chair, but not before he vows to get revenge on his partners for betraying him. He gets his wish when a scientist buys his body illegally for his experiments...
  • 'Paper Towns' review: Lonely characters
    'Paper Towns' review: Lonely characters
    Everyone gets lonely. It doesn’t matter how popular or unpopular we are. No matter how many friends and family members we have, only we know what it’s like to be us. We can bond with our loneliness and even let it consume us, but...
  • Plaque commemorating Cobb Avenue High School
    50 years after graduation: A bonding in this company town
    Anniston, Alabama was built as a private town in 1872 by the Woodstock Iron Company. In fact it was the first town in Alabama with electricity in 1882. The town did not go public until 1883. The Woodstock Iron Company employed both blacks and...
  • Cast of "Unnecessary Farce"
    Actor's Playhouse's 'Unnecessary Farce' is a zany summer delight
    Summer theater is traditionally a time to put on light, comic fare and that's a good reason to head for Coral Gables and take in Unnecessary Farce, which is the current offering at the Actor’s Playhouse at the Miracle Theater.For those...
  • A Nightmare with Bill Cosby
    Why “I’m no longer afraid” is the quote of the year
    About a year ago, women all over the country began speaking out against Bill Cosby with allegations of being drugged and raped by the television star during the prime of his career. This past week—decades after the alleged assaults—35...
  • Man driving
    Price discrimination against men is fine. Against women, it’s sexism.
    A new study finds that auto insurance providers discriminate against women, charging them higher rates if they are single or newly widowed. James Lynch, an actuary with the Insurance Information Institute assured reporters from NBC News that...
  • Drop Your Drawers and Run Wild  5K & Zoo Party
    2015 Drop Your Drawers and Run Wild 5K and Zoo Party days away
    The 2015 Drop Your Drawers Run Wild 5K and Zoo Party are just days away, August 9, 2015 at 8:30 a.m. This will be the 6th year Underwearness has hosted this great event. This will also be the first year for a Morning Event. This annual 5K is...
  • Lisa Esler
    Will a write in candidate hand the 161st to the Democrats?
    On Tuesday, August 4th, the voters of the 161st legislative district will go to the polls to fill the vacate seat left by Representative Joe Hackett’s resignation in April after just being re-elected November. The timing of the resignation...
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