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As Florida takes stock Friday of apocalyptic, coast-to-coast damage -- with searchers still checking for people in need and millions without power -- deadly Hurricane Ian has begun lashing South Carolina, where an expected afternoon landfall threatens more lethal flooding and enough force to alter the coastal landscape.

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The system as we know it didn't begin until 1953, when the United States started using female names for tropical storms.

FICTION: In the third novel narrated by Lucy Barton, COVID hits and Lucy heads for Maine with her ex-husband, William. "Lucy by the Sea" by Elizabeth Strout; Random House (285 pages, $28) ——— Lucy Barton doesn't quite grasp what is going on when her ex-husband, William, calls her early in 2020 and tells her to pack a bag, they are fleeing New York. "Let me get you out of this city," he says. ...

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At one time, Labor Day weekend marked the end of cabin season, but that was back when cabins had to be closed up for winter. Now we go to the lakes all year round. Cabin reading can take place on a sunny dock in July, or in front of a roaring fire in January. A few weeks ago, I wrote about going Up North and finding a treasure trove of old, interesting books in the cabin we rented. I wondered ...

Like a lot of West Virginians, Maggie loves paddleboarding. It’s just a little harder for her, what with the four hooves and all.

(Broadry) — For many, Labor Day weekend is the last opportunity for a summer getaway. Glamping destinations have dominated as popular escapes this summer—and for good reason. One part adventure, one part comfort, and fully social media worthy, these havens make for truly memorable trips. If you’re thinking you’ve missed the boat and it’s too […]

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DON'T MISS "Fox Creek" by William Kent Krueger; Atria Books (400 pages, $28) ——— Trouble has returned — for the 19th time! — to the northern Minnesota town of Aurora, population 3,700. That's a lot of mayhem, even for a fictional place, and former sheriff Cork O'Connor is hip-deep in it in "Fox Creek," the latest addition to William Kent Krueger's mystery series. Three guns-for-hire have come ...

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