In a forest in Lithuania where 100,000 people were murdered during the Holocaust, there had long been the story of an escape tunnel, dug by 80 prisoners over 76 nights. But despite attempts to find it over the years, the exact location and trajectory of the tunnel remained unknown.
PITTSBURGH - When retired judge Robert Colville and his wife, Janet, became empty-nesters in the mid-1980s and downsized to a townhouse, they also decided to buy a second home outside the city that was big enough to accommodate large family gatherings.
The 2015-2016 school year is over. Without nine periods of school work and loads of extracurriculars cramping your schedule, you will have sinful amounts of time on your hands. What will you spend your precious summer months doing? The possibilities are endless! Trips to the beach, hours laying out at the pool, bonfires, ice cream dates... and some quality summer TV.
Tiffany Gholar's new novel "A Bitter Pill to Swallow" starts off with a young guy named Devante. His parents aren't on good terms with their marriage. Devante is feeling depressed after the death of his friend and he attempts to commit suicide, which lands him in a mental institution. Male individuals can relate to Devante by seeing how he blocks out his personal issues and doesn't cope with them.
A 300-foot long crape myrtle allee is a sight to behold especially when it is in full bloom as it happens to be right now. While the visitors are shocked, if not mesmerized by the amount of blooming color, they are equally stunned to know we don't prune. You see, most gardeners think that pruning gives you more flower canopy, but it simply isn't so.
There's something incredibly engaging and fascinating about Rubik's Cube and other similar puzzles, which explains why they're so popular. This week, we had a lot of fun trying to solve five really unique cube-type puzzles (none of which is a Rubik's). But because kids are often better at these things than adults, we got some assistance - and insights - from Jonathan Amir, a true puzzle-solving master.
When it's time to buy and install a new garage door or if your door needs a few repairs, it's important to hire an established, dependable company for the task. A shoddy installation or incomplete repairs can lead to an unsafe environment. To make sure you work with the best, review these tips to hiring a garage door professional.
When it came time to inherit her great-uncle’s heirlooms, Linda McCardle thought she was stuck with the booby prize. But it turned into the source of the first published book by this retired teacher, now vice president of the Muscogee Genealogical Society.
WILSON, N.C. - At 80, Camilla Jean Woodard resolved to fight her way through algebra class, learn to operate a computer mouse, crack the thickest book she had ever lifted and finally bring home the prize that had escaped her since age 17: a high school diploma.
Jack Lehman doesn't remember being in the intensive care unit. He doesn't remember lying in bed with a feeding tube or ventilator. Even the memory of his 15th birthday a couple days before he was admitted to Akron Children's Hospital is hazy.
Summer is here, and that means longer days, warmer temperatures and - hopefully - more time available to spend with your dog. It also means looking at your pet's daily routine with fresh eyes, and ensuring that the "dog days of summer" are both safe and enjoyable.
Q: We promised our 10-year-old daughter that if she got good grades this year we would allow her to get some kind of pet. She is one of those kids who only watches "Nat Geo Wild" and she is crazy for animals. Well, she is finishing out the year now and it looks like she will have very good averages, so now we have to keep our part of the bargain. Our landlord will not allow dogs or cats but said we could get any pet that stays in a cage. We were thinking of a bird or rodent and wondered what you suggest. My wife and I both work so it would have to be something with low maintenance but we want her to be able to assume most of the burden so that it teaches her some responsibility and time-management skills.
The Rev. Penny Ellwood, Blue Springs campus pastor, United Methodist Church of the Resurrection: We have a human habit of looking for patterns of three. You hear people say all the time expressions like "three's company" or conversely, "three's a crowd" or "the third time's the charm, "or "bad news always comes in threes."