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Travel · New York
Gas prices inch up ahead of long Memorial Day weekend
The holiday weekend, viewed as the unofficial start to summer, is often among Chicago's most violent. Johnson is hoping to avoid a repeat of last year, when the city had its most violent Memorial Day weekend in five years. The city is also playing host to the Suenos Music Festival in Grant Park on Saturday and Sunday.See the Story
61% Center coverage: 232 sources
Illinois Politics · Chicago
Chicago to honor fallen with 2023 Memorial Day Parade and Wreath Laying Ceremony
Chicago is remembering the fallen this weekend. Huge crowds are expected to gather downtown to honor all the men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice in defending and protecting the country.See the Story
63% Center coverage: 112 sources
Maysville, Kentucky · Maysville
7 things to know about the WIAA boys individual state tennis tournament
Middleton's Ethan Bo finished as the Division 1 singles runner-up last year. Bo is one of five Madison-area players seeded in the top 16. The 100th annual event is being held at Nielsen Tennis Stadium in Madison. Players from a total of 76 teams qualified for the state tournament, including 52 from Division 1 and 24 for Division 2.See the Story
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It was brought to the Times Voice’s attention that some of our readers found the caption under the picture that accompanied the article to be confusing. It was not our intentions to mislead the residents of the campground into thinking those particular units were for sale. These units are licensed through the Commonwealth Shelter Program and are not affiliated with FEMAs Direct Housing Mission.See the Story
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Jill Biden · Nashville
Victims of Nashville school shooting honored in somber vigil
A large crowd of mourners gathered in front of the Metropolitan Nashville Courthouse on Wednesday for a citywide vigil, two days after a gunman killed three students and three adults at The Covenant School. See the Story
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Daylight saving time: Here are the biggest risks of the ‘spring forward’
Daylight Saving Time begins at 2 a.m. Sunday, March 12. Daylight Saving Time will end on Nov. 5, when we set our clocks back one hour. Sunrise and sunset will be about one hour earlier on Nov 5 than the day before. There will be more light in the morning.See the Story
66% Center coverage: 80 sources
Major League Baseball Leaders
The Bracken County Polar Bears defeated Augusta 8-1 in the first round of the 39th district baseball tournament. The Polar Bears will face off against the Mason County Royals tonight in the championship game. The Panthers held the Polar Bears to zero in the top of the first inning.See the Story
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