This past Sunday millions of people celebrated Easter. I went out to dinner with my partners’ family rather than cook at home. Years ago I would not have even entertained the thought of not preparing a sumptuous meal with hordes of family in attendance. In fact that was par for the course for every holiday. But things change, and in particular my energy level. Having a knee and shoulder replacement this past year has put a damper on my desire to entertain.
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Area city councils to meet Monday.
A topic that has been getting quite a bit of attention for a while now will be coming before the El Dorado City Commission Monday evening.
The Augusta Public Library hosted Easter Egg-stravaganza Friday morning with lots of egg decorating projects for kids. The Story Time children also enjoyed an Easter egg hunt earlier in the week.
You might forget the year, but you never forget the moment.And even after all these years, each new moment is as precious and emotionally overwhelming as the first.
FRAMINGHAM - Ida Kalavantis was bawling as she met Boston Marathon bombing survivor Jeff Bauman on Saturday – so inspired by his recovery but also reminded of how close she and her three daughters had stood to one bomb that went off at the finish...
HOPKINTON – A relay team led by elite runner Johnny Clemons arrived in town Saturday after its 1,075-mile trek from Tennessee, adding to excitement at the starting line as fans got pumped for Monday’s Boston Marathon.
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