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  • A happy farm secret

    SANFORD-Many residents are unaware of the Dew Dance Farm where animals are free to be be animals.  Laura Young, who owns the 26 acre farm with her husband, George, said they let the animals be what they are.  Llamas mingle with sheep, horses graze near goats and wild turkeys just strut about.  Laura said the farm grew out of her love for all animals.  In addition to the friendly animals, the Mcrae’s also grow seasonal vegetables and fruit.  She said nothing goes to waste.  What they don’t want, they sell or donate.  They don’t slaughter the animals for food.  Laura is also an […]

  • No ammonia for the water

    SANFORD-Beginning Thursday, employees of the city Public Works department will cease adding ammonia to customers’ water and will resume the addition of ammonia to the disinfection process Sunday, April 1, 2012.  Additionally, workers will not be flushing the water mains throughout the system during this time to remove sediment in the waterlines and refresh the entire distribution system.  With the changes in the disinfection process and flushing of the system, the public may notice a chlorine odor and/or discoloration to the water.

  • Ohio School Shooter Chose Victims ‘Randomly,’ Prosecutor Says

    Ohio School Shooter Chose Victims ‘Randomly,’ Prosecutor Says

    (CHARDON, Ohio) — The teenager who allegedly killed three students and wounded two others when he shot up his Ohio school cafeteria did not know his victims and “chose them randomly,” a prosecutor said Tuesday. The statement was made during suspect T.J. Lane’s first appearance in juvenile court Tuesday. During the appearance, the judge did not allow Lane to be shown on camera and the prosecutor did not provide a motive for the lethal shooting spree. But at a news conference shortly after the court hearing, prosecutor David Joyce said, “This is not about bullying. This is not about drugs. […]

  • Bruno Mars Prosecutor Gets Nine Months on Drug Charges

    Bruno Mars Prosecutor Gets Nine Months on Drug Charges

    (LAS VEGAS) — A former Las Vegas prosecutor who handled high-profile drug cases against Paris Hilton and Bruno Mars will experience another side of the justice system after being ordered to spend nine months in jail on felony crack possession charges. During a sentencing hearing Tuesday, former Deputy District Attorney David Schubert apologized to the court for what he called a “tragedy,” then stood in silence while Clark County District Judge Carolyn Ellsworth handed down his sentence. Ellsworth ordered Schubert to serve three years of probation, which includes paying a $5,000 fine and spending nine months in the county jail […]

  • Kenny Chesney and Ronnie Dunn Performing at Johnny Cash Tribute Concert

    Kenny Chesney and Ronnie Dunn Performing at Johnny Cash Tribute Concert

    Tickets are on sale Wednesday for Johnny Cash tribute concert featuring performances from Kenny Chesney, Ronnie Dunn, Jamey Johnson and more. We Walk the Line: A Celebration of the Music of Johnny Cash will honor Cash’s his 80th birthday.  It’s set for April 20 in Austin, TX. Kris Kristofferson and rocker Chris Cornell are also on the bill. For more information, visit JohnnyCash80.com. Copyright 2012 ABC News Radio

  • Rascal Flatts’ Jay DeMarcus and Wife Allison to Welcome Baby Boy This Summer

    Rascal Flatts’ Jay DeMarcus and Wife Allison to Welcome Baby Boy This Summer

    Rascal Flatts member Jay DeMarcus and his wife Allison are having a baby boy this summer.  The news that their one-year-old daughter Madeline would have a little brother was quite unexpected at first. “It blew me away,” Jay tells ABC News Radio.  “Alli was convinced she was having another little girl.”  Allison grew up with a sister and was certain it would be the same for Madeline.    Jay says, “She was like, ‘Oh my gosh.  A boy.  What am I gonna do with a boy?’  And now she’s really fired up about it.” Jay isn’t sure what they’ll call […]

  • Ohio School Shooting Death Toll Rises to Three

    Ohio School Shooting Death Toll Rises to Three

    (CHARDON, Ohio) — The toll in the Chardon High School shooting grew Tuesday with the death of a third shooting victim. Russell King and Demetrius Hewlin, students wounded in Monday’s shooting, died Tuesday morning, officials said. “We are very saddened by the loss of our son and others in our Chardon community,” Hewlin’s family said in a statement. “Demetrius was a happy young man who loved life and his family and friends. We will miss him very much but we are proud that he will be able to help others through organ donation.” They added, “We ask that you respect […]