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Pittsburgh's Action Weather forecast
THE AREA HASN'T FELT A SIGNIFICANT SHAKE NEW YEAR'S IN 2011 WHEN A 20.0 EARTHQUAKE SHOOK THE AREA.
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7 hrs ago
Lawsuit: Stop welcome center at Vanderbilt mansion
In this Nov. 12, 2001 file photo, visitors take advantage of free admission to tour The Breakers mansion in Newport, R.I. Neighbors of The Breakers estate in Newport are suing to block a new welcome center that's planned for the site of the mansion, built in the Gilded Age by the Vanderbilts, then one of the nation's most prominent and wealthy ... (more)
11 hrs ago
New Albany Gazette
County approves new access road
While much of the crowd was inside for the weapons auction, some bidders staked claims at the pieces of equipment they were interested in buying.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Salt Lake Tribune
Computer preschool program expands to rural Utah
Young children throughout rural Utah will soon get free computer-based preschool lessons in their homes, thanks to a $11.5 million federal grant.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
ToDo ToDay: Small Black, Speedy Ortiz, and Muskrat Stew
Brooklyn chillwave band Small Black emerged in 2009 with the type of synthy pop music fans craved that year.
Clay Center Featuring Animal Film "Beavers"
They may be cute and furry, but beavers are some of nature's most impressive engineers.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Rural School Districts Join Effort to Bring In-Home Preschool to Utah's Rural Children
Eighteen rural Utah school districts have signed on to participate in an $11.5 million federal grant award to expand UPSTART, Waterford Institute's free, in-home preschool program, to their regions.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Assisting children in need starts with us
This is a simple question. The answer is not simple, but there is something that we can all do to help and we can do it right now.
The Florida Times-Union
Working on the First Coast: The constant gardener
Carmel Mayo and her dog Katy spend their days at The Green Spot, her plant stand at the Jacksonville Farmers Market.
March 4, 1978: Jasper Avenue one big drag
It wasn't quite Berlin 1946, but there were enough bumps, ruts and gaping cavities in the vacant lots blighting both sides of downtown Jasper Avenue to conjure up visions of a war zone - the morning after, city hall reporter Janet Vlieg wrote.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
Ave Maria Is Finding Its Groove
Through controversy and struggle, the university is discovering some balance in its faith, diversity and community issues as it celebrates its 10th anniversary.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Dimanche Gras heats up tonight
Trinbago Unified Calypsonians Organisation president Brother Resistance , says tonight's Dimanche Gras show is expected to cost about $3 million, with the calypso monarch taking home a prize of $1 million.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
Celebrate Mardi Gras in Bull City style
Depending on your tradition, this coming Tuesday is Mardi Gras, Fat Tuesday or Shrove Tuesday -- the day before the Christian season of Lent, a time of reflection and repentance before Easter.
Where to Eat Beaver Next Week
John Snedden knows muskrat is a tough sell to diners, but that's not stopping him from turning them into a stew.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
Electric Energy Online
More than $71 Million Will Be Invested in 2014 in the Penn Power Area ...
More than $71 Million Will Be Invested in 2014 in the Penn Power Area to Enhance and Maintain Electric System and Reliability As part of its ongoing efforts to strengthen the durability and flexibility of its electric system, FirstEnergy Corp. plans to invest more than $71 million in 2014 in service reliability infrastructure upgrades in its ... (more)
Sun Feb 23, 2014
Fantasy and furs draw Milan fashion week to positive end
Hooded models walked in an enchanted forest and fox-fur mixed with lambskin on Milan's catwalks on Sunday as the city's women's fashion week drew to an end in a positive mood.
Sat Feb 22, 2014
It never hurts to go back to your roots. Over his five years at Emilio Pucci , Peter Dundas has soaked in the house's Italian jet-set heritage and turned the show into one of Milan's hot tickets.
Nancy Bodkin Crosson, 87, Red Cross executive
Nancy Bodkin Crosson, 87, of Jenkintown, a former executive with the American Red Cross, died Thursday, Feb. 13, of sepsis at Rydal Park in Rydal.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
'Duck Dynasty' comes to Savannah through the Southern Women's Show
Reality television star Jessica Robertson will discuss her family and answer questions Feb. 22 at the Southern Women's Show.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Weather Watch 4 forecast
I WOULDN'T EVEN SIT THERE IF THEY START MESSING WITH YOUR ICE CREAM. I'M DONE AT THAT POINT.