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All lanes of the 210 Freeway were reopened about 3:25 p.m. Monday, more than 10 hours after a big rig carrying grapes crashed, the California Highway Patrol said. The crash caused frustration for commuters, who for most of the day had to deal with three...
A Sig Alert on the 210 Freeway was extended until 10 a.m. Monday after a big rig carrying 35,000 pounds of grapes crashed across the center divider in Monrovia. Talk about a sticky situation. The wreck, which blocked two eastbound lanes and three...
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All eastbound lanes of the 210 Freeway are open but two westbound lanes will remain closed in Monrovia through at least 3 p.m Monday after a big rig carrying grapes crashed, the California Highway Patrol said. The detour meant frustration for commuters,...
Why does California get all the attention when winemaking has been part of Pennsylvania's heritage for more than three centuries? The roots of winemaking were planted in the Keystone State by none other than William Penn. The eight wineries on the...
Tags: Travel, Breinigsville, Kutztown, Farms, Ridge
Among the most intriguing May peaches are three patented by Alan and Lori Asdoorian of Kingsburg, whose century-old Island Farms lies between two branches of the Kings River, southeast of Fresno. Because of the short period from bloom to harvest, May...
Meals on Wheels delivers a hot meal Monday through Friday to Somerset, Edie, Quecreek, Acosta, Gray, Jennerstown, Jenners, Jenner Crossroads, Ferrellton, Boswell, Jerome, Thomas Mills, Stoystown, Kantner, Hooversville, Friedens, Geiger, Listie, Roxbury,...
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The other day, I was reading up on the white wine grape trbljan for no other reason than wanting to know what winemaking region grew a grape spelled with seven letters but only one vowel. (Croatia does.) How to pronounce trbljan, I have no idea. (Croatia...
Tags: Alcoholic Beverages, France, Italy, Wines, Croatia
It takes careful balance to maintain favorite family culinary traditions while exploring new foods. But that’s what Hagerstown resident Sally Poole has done. “My husband’s family had gathered for oyster stew and ham sandwiches on...
Tags: Sandwiches, Recipes, Lifestyle and Leisure, Salads, Onions
Nutritionists from the University of Maryland Medical Center regularly contribute a guest post. The latest post is from Catherine Schroeder, dietetic intern. Spring showers inspire the growth of a colorful array of fruits and vegetables to decorate your...
Tags: Vitamin Therapy, Carrots, Apples, Nutrition, Heart Disease
Americans say "Bottoms up" when they hoist a few. The French toast is "A votre Sante." When Italians raise a glass they say "Salute" or "Cin Cin," their version of a Brit's "Cheers." In India it is "Tulleho," a combination the Raj "Talley Ho" and the...
Folk often tell me, at this time of year, that they're taking a trip to Napa Valley to "really learn about wine." That's like saying that someone needs to go to Rome to really learn how to be Catholic, or to St. Andrews to get the game of golf. People!...
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