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1 hr ago | TheBlaze.com
Spring may be upon us, but as flowers bloom and dreams of summertime fun abound, a South Carolina House bill is looking months ahead to address who can say "Merry Christmas" in public schools as well as whether nativity scenes and religious symbols should be allowed.
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5 hrs ago | PRLog US Entertainment
Apr. 15, 2014 - LEXINGTON, Ky. -- Santa Claus loves Morel mushrooms almost as much as hot cocoa.
6 hrs ago | Lurgan Today
Lower parking rates for Lurgan have been described as a major step forward for the town by Lurgan Forward's Charlie Gardiner.
10 hrs ago | EETimes
Thats about as likely as getting Farther Christmas there in person with his elf.
12 hrs ago | Barryanddistrictnews.co.uk
A VOLUNTEER fundraising group has relaunched in Barry to raise funds for the Marie Curie hospice, Cardiff and the Vale.
16 hrs ago | Rutland and Stamford Mercury
Candice Pellett, who has worked as a district nurse in Bourne since 1995, visited Buckingham Palace last month to receive her OBE for services to nursing.
A Lakebay man whose pickup crashed into a Purdy-area ditch Christmas Day died Friday from his injuries, the State Patrol said.
Ian Silvera, a public defender, entered a not guilty plea on behalf of his client, Travis Gallo, who was 17 at the time of the fatal stabbing on the day after Christmas.
It's a debate that happens every year, though not always in April. State lawmakers are debating who can say "Merry Christmas."
The team behind Boston's Christmas lights switch-on have set a date for November 27 - and vowed to make children at the heart of the event.
AS Easter draws closer, Cumbria Police are asking people to consider their own personal safety as warmer weather hits the county.
"She said: 'You mean that it's older than I am? I don't care. I just love it -- and the color, too.'
A few months ago, Organizing for Action introduced America to a cozy-looking young man with a message about the Affordable Care Act: Alas, poor Pajama Boy! His plaid onesie was no protection from the barbs of social media.
Local UUP council candidates Ronnie McKeegan, Mary Hamilton, William Jamieson in Strabane, and Julia Kee with Roads Minister Danny Kennedy and MEP Jim Nicholson.
On the up: In the preferred prime minister poll Bill Shorten is 44 per cent to Tony Abbott's 45 per cent.
John Peters, who was shot down over Iraq in January 1991 and survived weeks of gruelling torture, saw his son Guy proudly follow him into the forces "I can't be hard on the boys, I'm tired myself", said Woking FC boss Garry Hill as Cambridge United halt seven-match sequence Get Surrey takes a look back at the evolution of GuilFest and the popular ... (more)