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While I know that baseball can be slow — and I admit to sometimes dozing off during late innings — baseball is exciting because that you never know where or when the action might happen. Whether it’s an unlikely hero with a walk-off home run … more
PLACE:  A MOTEL IN EAST CUPCAKE, INDIANA ENTER: A couple “We’re looking for a room.” “Fine, just show me your certificate.” "What certificate?” “Your Marriage one, of course.” “We’re not married.” … more
The Department of Environmental Management’s Division of Fish & Wildlife had to cut holes in the ice for to stock ponds this past Saturday. Most of the state’s freshwater anglers are expected to turn out at 6 a.m. to fish on opening day, … more
Dear Dr. Evans, I recently adopted the sweetest dog, but there's a problem. Brandy is on her third home, and I'm beginning to suspect why. When someone is home with her, she is affectionate, playful, and relaxed. When no one is home, … more
In nixing the pension settlement, at least two unions are bringing on the demise of public employees’ pensions. Even if the unions  ultimately win the court case — which is highly unlikely for the reasons set out below — the state would be … more
“Ecosystem-based fisheries management is a way to sustain the benefits people get from the ocean by accounting for the interconnections among marine life, humans and the environment.” That’s the way Greg Wells of Pew Charitable Trusts kicked … more
With snow lingering in our yards, it’s hard to believe the baseball season begins this weekend. As the team returns to Boston next week, they are among the first “locals” to return from the winter spent down south. Other migrating types … more
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