The light at the end of the tunnel must lead us back to hope

Remember hope? “Hope is the thing with feathers – That perches in the soul – And sings the tune without the words – And never stops at all,” as the poet Emily Dickinson put it.

For almost eight months now, we have been in a state of profound hope-deprivation. Hopes were still quite high when it was “three weeks to squash the sombrero”. Grimly, we clung onto hope when the

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Detroit pitches plan to seek grant for affordable housing in Corktown

Detroit — The city of Detroit is pitching a multi-phase plan to bring an influx of new affordable and infill housing units, green space and other amenities to its Corktown neighborhood.

The vision was crafted by Detroit’s Housing and Revitalization Department as part of a plan to compete for $30 million in federal grant funding. It will require Detroit City Council’s approval on a series of land transfers to reinvigorate

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Pacific Northwest fitness, outdoor companies thrive in the pandemic, but will their sudden success endure?

After suffering its worst year ever in 2019, Nautilus is enjoying its best in 2020.

The Vancouver maker of home fitness products enjoyed record operating profits and a huge, 152% increase in sales in its third quarter, the company announced Monday. Its stock had leapt twentyfold in a matter of months.

What happened? Strangely enough, the global pandemic.

The virus that has crippled portions of the economy has created unprecedented

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RVC Holding Holiday House Decorating Contest

ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY — The Village of Rockville Centre is currently seeking entries for its first “RVC Holiday Lights Night,” a community-wide home decorating contest.

Homeowners are invited to dig out their lights and decorations to showcase their holiday spirit and traditions to win bragging rights. Each home entered in the contest will be included in a community map that will be available to residents, who are encouraged to take

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Mad Money Recap With Jim Cramer: Still Fighting COVID-19

Today’s positive news about Pfizer’s  (PFE) – Get Report COVID-19 vaccine sent the markets soaring, Jim Cramer told his Mad Money viewers Monday, but that doesn’t mean it’s time to sell all of your stay-at-home stocks quite yet. 

Cramer said the day’s news should offer no doubt that we will win this war against the pandemic, but with COVID cases hitting new record highs, we still have a

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Vista scout wins prestigious international Duke of Edinburgh’s award

At 6 feet, 10 inches, Stevin Latimer is accustomed to standing above the crowd, but last month the high school junior from Vista earned two awards that make him a standout, not only in his hometown but also in the county and state.

Latimer is the first person in San Diego County, and one of just three in California this year, to win the prestigious Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award.

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Good Day Atlanta viewer information November 3, 2020

Atlanta Falcons Food Truck feeds voters at the polls: Election day has finally arrived, and all hands are on deck! The Atlanta Falcons has put their food truck to good use by sending it one of the busiest polling locations in the Atlanta area. They’ll be at the C.T. Martin Recreation Center on MLK Boulevard as the team hands out food and water to people in line. Voting in Georgia

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Polls close across region, mail-in ballot counting underway

Voters across the tri-state area headed to the polls Tuesday as they looked to make their voices heard in the 2020 Election.

While Pennsylvania’s 20 electoral votes will likely highlight the area’s impact on the presidential race between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden, all three states feature key contests and questions.

FULL COVERAGE: 2020 ELECTION

Below is a look at some of the key

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Still Fighting COVID: Cramer’s ‘Mad Money’ Recap (Monday 11/9/20)

Today’s positive news about Pfizer’s  (PFE) – Get Report COVID-19 vaccine sent the markets soaring, Jim Cramer told his Mad Money viewers Monday, but that doesn’t mean it’s time to sell all of your stay-at-home stocks quite yet. 

Cramer said the day’s news should offer no doubt that we will win this war against the pandemic, but with COVID cases hitting new record highs, we still have a

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Permits to cut Christmas trees in Santa Fe National Forest on sale Monday | Local News

Permits to cut your own Christmas tree in Santa Fe National Forest will go on sale Monday.

The $10 permits will be available online through recreation.gov and over the phone by calling forest headquarters at 505-438-5300 or any of the forest’s district offices.

Permits purchased by phone will be delivered by mail and those purchased online will include a $2.50 service fee.

“Venturing into the national forest to find the

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Kaleigh Wilday Fund supports youth, recreation, Ellicottville with 2020 grants | News

OLEAN — Ellicottville is a place beloved by the Wilday family.

It is also a place that was important to young Kaleigh Wilday during her life.

The Wildays are avid skiers and outdoor adventurers and spend much of their time during the winter months in Ellicottville, and according to Skip Wilday and Greta Wilday, that time spent in Ellicottville has led to deep relationships that have lasted over the years.

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