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End of an era? Consultant predicts half of U.S. malls will close in the next decade.
Electric systems often are taxed in the summer months as customers run air conditioners and fans in attempts to keep cool.
The burglar entered the home through an unlocked back door, police said.
Pregnancy mortality rates in U.S. have risen steadily for decades.
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The top ten most read posts on Patch from May 3 through May 10.
Three people were killed in an accident at the Mid-Atlantic Balloon Festival in Virginia.
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The pay for a director of operations position – #worldstoughestjob – is so low it doesn’t exist, and the successful candidate will get no breaks.
Rhode Island youth sports coach ran adult businesses and, prosecutors allege, sold drugs.
A fire-nado is a real, if rare, weather phenomenon. This one was photographed in Missouri.
Patch and Zillow team up to bring you local real estate news.
Between 2009 and 2013, nearly 3,000 heroin-related overdose deaths were identified by county coroners in Pennsylvania, according to information from the governor’s office.
Jacob had been the most popular boy name for 14 years.
A retiree in Georgia was reportedly beheaded – and his head taken from the crime scene – while his elderly wife is missing in a mystery that has attracted the FBI.
“The Open House will take place, rain or shine—and we hope that many residents and their families will mark their calendars and plan on attending,” Police Superintendent Michael J. McGrath said.
Concerts start May 24.
The pay for a director of operations position – #worldstoughestjob – is so low it doesn’t exist, and the successful candidate will get no breaks. But the hours are long.