Back in the limelight: Skittles adds lime flavor back to the lineup

(WXIN) – If you’re someone who thinks “tasting the rainbow” just hasn’t been the same for the past eight years, Skittles has announced a change that may make you very happy. Imagination, Skittles help 5-year-old boy conquer Appalachian Trail The company is adding its lime flavor back to its original variety of the candy. Many… Continue reading Back in the limelight: Skittles adds lime flavor back to the lineup

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Fire breaks out at Pembroke Pines residential building during construction

A fire caused some construction chaos in Pembroke Pines on Tuesday. Pembroke Pines Fire Rescue responded to a blaze at a residential building at 1021 North Hiatus Road. According to officials, roof work could be responsible for the fire. It remains unknown whether anyone was hurt.

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Peru’s ‘Lord of Miracles’ procession canceled amid pandemic

LIMA, Peru (AP) — Peru’s most popular Roman Catholic procession, the Lord of Miracles, has been canceled for the second straight year because of the coronavirus pandemic, the archbishopric of Lima announced Tuesday. The procession venerates a 17th century rendering of Jesus Christ and in the past has attracted more than 100,000 people. It culminates… Continue reading Peru’s ‘Lord of Miracles’ procession canceled amid pandemic

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Haiti PM: Elections, referendum to be held next year

PORT-AU-PRINCE, Haiti (AP) — Haiti’s prime minister said Tuesday that he plans to hold a referendum to modify the country’s constitution by February, and he hopes to organize presidential and legislative elections early next year. In an interview with The Associated Press, Ariel Henry dismissed opponents who accuse him of wanting to stay in power… Continue reading Haiti PM: Elections, referendum to be held next year

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Disney World opened 50 years ago; these workers never left

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Applying to be one of the first workers at Walt Disney World, high school graduate George Kalogridis made a split-second decision that set the course for his life: he picked a room where prospective hotel workers were being hired. Chuck Milam got a tip about a job opening from a transplanted… Continue reading Disney World opened 50 years ago; these workers never left

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Offseason of dysfunction has Sabres seeking a fresh start

BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — Jack Eichel, now stripped of his captaincy, has likely played his final game for the Sabres because of a rift with the team over how to treat a herniated disk. Forward Sam Reinhart and defenseman Rasmus Ristolainen got their wish to escape Buffalo after being traded in July. Despite another offseason… Continue reading Offseason of dysfunction has Sabres seeking a fresh start

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