Wakeman Firefighters’s Homecoming Festival 5K event brings back memories.
“All of us in there have had something happen that caused us to stop taking our amazing hearts for granted.”
He made a point of passing through Waldo — at absolute high noon.
It would be easy just to blame that construction on Old State Road for my troubles.
Identifying the seasons by things you see at a park is not as exciting as, say, mind reading, but, as you can probably tell, for me it is a simple local pleasure.
The annual school reunion is being held Saturday evening in Wakeman.
More than 400 members invited him to share his travel pictures and stories. “And it has been a ball.”
Columnist pays tribute to late writer Tom Wolfe.
Ducks and geese will mate at Memorial Lake Park, and we will be charmed as they swim with their babies.
Everyone wants to tell you their Spectrum horror story. Here’s his take.
There is one day in the entire year when they allow runners on the track at the Indy Speedway.
His monthly cable bill has grown to almost double what he used to pay for the mortgage on my first house on Benedict Avenue.
An aerial photo of Norwood Ave. in Norwalk on any July 4 would be a thing of beauty for sure.
Fortunately, a number of people still have not thrown out their VCRs.