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Special CorrespondentNot only does Florida have spectacular coasts on the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico but the state also has plenty of other opportunities for relaxing, refreshing, renewing H2O fun -- at many water parks around the state. Here's a selection of...
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Maryland WeatherLooks like Tropical Storm Fay won't make it to hurricane status, and is more likely to fade as she moves north along the Florida peninsula. And the computer models seem to be falling into agreement that the storm's remnants will......
WatchdogYup, it was the lowest-rated World Series ever. Numbers just in. Still studying nuances. Final average was 8.4 percent of households, far below the 10.1 for Tigers-Cards in 2006. Fox Sports president Ed Goren's take: "This World Series got off......
Special to the SentinelWhen Joan Wahl's friends stopped by her house recently, they were ecstatic over the change in her porch. You tiled it! they exclaimed. It looks great! Wahl smiled to herself before she told them the truth: It's not tile; it's paint. What she didn't...
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Refresh: Manual Auto Well hello. Long time no write. How's the family? OK, pleasantries done. Let's get down to business. I was in Detroit last Sunday for my annual "Try to find the Arby's in Albion, Michigan" pilgrimage. I found it, but after waiting...
Refresh: Manual Auto Who doesn't love a good blender? I totally bedazzled it. I mean, allegedly. Those two. So secretive. Everyone geeked up for the home opener today? The awesome Bob Vanderberg sure is, and I want what he's on. Fun fact: Vandy, the...
Refresh: Manual | Auto | Jump to current inning Last these two teams were together, the Cubs swept the Sox in three games. That was last weekend. That was in Wrigley Field 10 miles to the North and that was, well, ancient history. Also there was a...
They affect the taxes you pay, the schools your children attend and the roads on which you drive. They can determine which jobs come to town, the concerts and sporting events you can watch and even the places you can ride your bike on the weekend. They...
Sentinel Staff WriterScrounging for gasoline and ice, living without lights or air conditioning and now scrambling for child care on short notice because some schools will stay closed for another week, Central Floridians struggled Monday to deal with the woes caused by...
From Staff and Wire ReportsThe Web log is no longer being updated, but read through our coverage from the last page forward of Hurricane Charley's rampage through Central Florida. Sat. Aug. 14, 4:23 p.m. Heavy rain caused the roofs to collapse on several condemned apartments near...
Sentinel Staff WriterClose to 1 million Florida residents and tourists were told Thursday to evacuate, as Hurricane Charley strengthens and churns toward the state's Gulf Coast. Charley is expected to pass west of the Keys early today before hitting southwest Florida with...
Sentinel Staff WriterHurricane Charley slammed into Florida's Gulf Coast south of Tampa at 3:45 this afternoon, swelling to a Category 4 storm, with maximum sustained winds of 145 mph, and its path veered to take it directly over Orlando. At 5 p.m., Hurricane Charley was...
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