Charleston area dog parks separate big and little dogs to help keep the peace between pets | News

NORTH CHARLESTON — Mary Doran had been waiting several years for the opening of the new dog park at Wannamaker County Park, located less than 2 miles from her home.

Ozzie, her 9-year-old bichon frise, doesn’t get much off-leash time in Doran’s gated community. Doran figured the new space would provide a safe environment for her pup, who works as a service dog, to run freely.

But when Doran recently

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‘We have an opportunity to do better’

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Changes in our climate mean shorter, milder winters for Maine. As part of our ongoing climate conversations, the Bangor Daily News hosted a discussion last Thursday about how these changes can impact Maine.

The online conversation with University of Maine Climate Change

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Twitter is Dunking on Chris Pratt for not doing an Election Fundraiser

With the 2020 presidential election just over two weeks away, celebrities are using their clout for one last push for the candidates they support. And as a new virtual fundraiser for Joe Biden is set to take place this week, people have noticed one person who didn’t show up.

First announced Sunday, “Voters Assemble!” is reuniting the Russo Brothers (who directed Infinity War and Endgame) with some of the

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Bitterroot National Forest offers tips to hunters

HAMILTON — The Bitterroot National Forest is offering up some tips as hunting gets underway in Montana.

  • All hunters during the general rifle season must wear “hunter orange” (hat, cap, vest, jacket or rain gear) above the waist. It must be the outermost garment and be visible from all sides. This is also a good idea for non-hunting Forest visitors this time of year. Consider putting an orange vest or
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Pinellas Early Voting Begins Oct. 19

PINELLAS COUNTY, FL — Voters who prefer to personally cast their ballots but want to avoid long lines on Election Day can begin voting early in Pinellas County Monday.

Early voting in Pinellas County is open for 14 days, from Oct. 19 through Nov. 1 from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., including weekends.

Pinellas County voters can choose from any of xxxx early voting locations to vote. This is different

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Trick-or-treat and other events in Southern Tier

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Zeus the poodle was groomed by his owners to look like a skeleton for Halloween.

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It’s spooky season.

And as Halloween approaches, organizations and venues are determining how to make some longstanding Halloween festivities happen amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.

Some local staples — like trick-or-treating at the Oakdale Mall and Wegmans in Johnson City — are simply canceled. But others have adapted their festivities, or even created

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How To Have A Safe Halloween In Princeton

PRINCETON, NJ —With Halloween just around the corner, Princeton Mayor Liz Lampert has shared some guidelines with residents on how to remain safe while celebrating.

This year Halloween will be different due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. But residents can still have fun if they follow the guidelines and public health recommendations.

Masks are mandatory for trick or treaters. And no, costume masks don’t count. Trick or treaters should avoid

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Surprise Stadium Information Guide | Kansas City Royals

Radios/Televisions:

Hand-held radios and personal televisions are welcome as long as they do not interfere with other guests’ enjoyment of the game. Surprise Stadium reserves the right to ask any guest to discontinue use of such devices.

Rain Delay:

The right to delay the start of a game rests with the home club. Once both team managers meet with the home plate umpire and exchange line-up cards, the right to

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