- Apple to open news app to more readers
- Apple will make its mobile news app available to publishers of all sizes starting this week, increasing the pool of content as the tech giant competes with rivals Facebook and Google for the attention of smartphone readers.
- Universal Studios Japan to open Nintendo Land by 2020
- Nintendo diligently guards its brands and characters almost to the point of being stingy. That is partly to blame for the dearth of exciting real-world adventures you can have with Mario and Luigi, Link and Zelda, and Pokemon.
- Barnstable County struggles to keep Mid-Cape Highway rest stop open
- The future of the Route 6 rest stop between exits 6 and 7 in Hyannis is uncertain, as the state no longer maintains it and the county, which stepped up to help when the state abandoned the rest stop, is feeling a budget pinch.
- Calvin College's Total Performance Swim Camp registration now open
- Calvin College's annual Total Performance Swim Camp, which will be held June 12-16, is open for registration. The overnight camp for competitive swimmers of all levels ages 10-18 focuses on training, technique and race strategy for all four strokes.
- Craig Simpson tops NCB Sporting Clays Open
- Craig Simpson (right), Class A division top shooter in the two-day NCB Capital Markets Sporting Clays in 2011 accepts his award from NCB Group. KINGSTON, Jamaica – Craig Simpson was crowned champion of the NCB Capital Market (NCBCM) Sporting ...
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