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Updated at 4:34 PM

Of all the holidays we observe in America, Presidents Day is the goofiest.

Updated at 1:27 PM

Oh, the glory of turning from catchers to first basemen as part of a fantasy baseball season preview. Last week, I trudged my way through backstops in a fruitless treasure hunt, hoping to find someone who can do anything, and I now move 90 feet down...

Updated at 1:21 PM

Every once in a while, I will see things that inspire me in choosing a topic for my column. Last week, I was sitting at a stop light watching a gentleman with a leaf blower trying to clean up his sidewalk on a day when the wind was blowing over 15...

Updated at 12:59 PM

When you really dissect mankind, there are a few things that we all have in common that transcend race and ethnicity and religion — we all eat; we all drink; and we all sleep.

Updated at 12:57 PM

Boaters from 16 states visited Palmyra stop in 2014, according to Harbor Host ambassador.

Updated at 12:55 PM

Some occurrences are never convenient and illnesses and snowstorms are among those atop our list.Our church choir was scheduled to take part in the annual choir festival for Habitat for Humanity. Our choir is not very large to start with...

Updated at 12:52 PM

It seems there will be a few more weeks of winter, so what could be better than a pot of soup or chili?One of my favorites is Fiesta Ranch Soup. This soup is easy to make and tastes great, with just a slight kick of spicy heat.

Updated at 12:36 PM

Winning Powerball is less exciting to Jim Cantore than thundersnow.

Updated at 12:28 PM

I must admit I was nervous when CBS people called to invite me to appear on “The Late Show,” so I was really glad when David Letterman opened our recent interview by asking, “What would you say has been the highlight of your...

Posted at 1:05 PM

Jim Cantore is probably the only person in Massachusetts who's excited about anything having to do...

Posted at 1:05 PM

From the looks of it, Jessica Simpson and

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