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10 great cemeteries to visit before you die

Larry Bleiberg, Special for USA TODAY Even around Halloween, there’s no reason to be spooked by cemeteries. “They’re beautiful and peaceful places, basically outdoor museums,”...

Tombstones

When you have young kids, you plan their birthday parties, organize grill-outs with neighbors, throw baby showers and surprise 30th birthday parties for your...

Irma Mitigation Outreach & Disaster Recovery Centers Still Available in Florida

FEMA mitigation specialists will be available in various locations to offer home improvement tips and techniques, proven methods to prevent or reduce damage from...

HALLOWEEN RATTLERS

  With Halloween on the horizon, here’s a “scary” snake treat you and the grands can make together. With mango and brownies, rattler has never been...

Preventing Charity Fraud after Natural Disasters

By JUSTIN LAVELLE In the wake of Hurricane Irma, two things are certain: Floridians will rebuild and repair. Scammers will be lurking, ready to take advantage...

TEXTING, SENIOR STYLE

Senior citizens can be seen texting everywhere these days; they’ve even developed their own meaning for some common acronyms: BFF: Best Friend Fell BYOB: Bring Your Own Bengay LOL: Living On...

WE WANT YOU!

Well, actually, your creativity… Do you love to write, create poems, paint, sketch or take photos? Send us your literary corner submissions (400 words or less),...

Avoiding post-hurricane damage — to your wallet

by DAVID NOVAK All of us have been impacted by Hurricane Irma to one degree or another. While my family and I personally incurred minimal...

Kale to the Chief!

  The calendars of every country have certain days labeled as particular holidays , traditions or other celebratory events. We are alerted to these months in advance...