Residents of the village of Batavia petition to save the Carriage House.

Pictured is the Carriage House in the village of Batavia, which residents fear may be demolished to make room for parking. The house was built in the late 1800s. Residents of the village of Batavia attempt to save the Carriage House, led in part by two newcomers recently elected to …

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Robert Saleh backs New York Jets by acquiring unvaccinated QB Joe Flacco, describes the business as “playing with house money”

FLORHAM PARK, NJ – The New York Jets’ recent trade for substitute quarterback Joe Flacco raised questions at the time of the deal, and those questions are more important now than Flacco, who said last week that he was not vaccinated, is on reserve / COVID-19 list. Even though Flacco …

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9 ways to celebrate Christmas in the South

Savannah’s rich history and unique charm create a majestic backdrop for the holiday festivities. Take a two-hour walk through town to admire Christmas decorations on the Old Savannah Tours Lights and Sights Cart Tour. The tour stops for a visit inside the historic Davenport Home to see it in all …

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Lamar Jackson’s injury status updated for week 12

The Baltimore Ravens have been eagerly awaiting any update on Lamar Jackson’s status ahead of the Ravens’ game against the Cleveland Browns. Jackson didn’t adjust for the Ravens’ Week 11 game against the Chicago Bears, in which the Ravens were 7-3 to the win, 16-13. Jackson was sidelined due to …

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Knoxville store will feature coffee from around the world

KNOXVILLE – A 20-year vision will come true when Stir Coffee Company opens next month in downtown Knoxville. Joel and Kim Lewis plan to open Stir Coffee Company at 226 E. Main St. in Knoxville, a property that recently housed Beans N Things. “Well, I had an idea about 20 …

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Calle Crisologo de Vigan comes to life as the “kutcheros” return

THEY ARE BACK In this photo taken in June 2019, a “kutchero” (driver) transports tourists down historic Calle Crisologo in Vigan City. Kutcheros, one of the city’s many tourism workers displaced by the pandemic, was allowed to return to the streets of Vigan on November 20. – PHOTO WITH THE …

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Morecambe Bay Sands guide pays emotional tribute after Cedric Robinson passes away

Cédric Robinson with Michael Wilson. Former fisherman Cedric, who led hundreds of thousands of walkers through the quicksand of the bay and helped raise millions for charity, died Friday – just weeks after losing his devoted wife Olive. Cédric held the title of 25th guide from 1963 to 2019, when …

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In Kenosha and Beyond, Guns Become More Common on American Streets

By MORGAN LEE, The Associated Press Across much of the United States, it has become increasingly acceptable for Americans to walk the streets with firearms, whether carried openly or legally concealed. The trend could be seen last week in the city of Wisconsin where Kyle Rittenhouse was acquitted of two …

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Exclusive Antonio Conte: Tottenham head coach on his toughest challenge and keep Harry Kane | Football news

It’s been about three weeks since Antonio Conte accepted the challenge of becoming Tottenham’s new head coach. It will be exactly 19 days since his appointment as he goes by dugout for his first Premier League home game against Leeds United, live on Air sports, this Sunday. But already all …

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The truth about the sugar rush of 1842

If you follow my column you will know that I have mentioned the sugar industry in the Manatee / Sarasota area countless times. However, most of the history books I have read vaguely mention the involvement of slaves in these large-scale operations. Today we take a closer look at these …

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