In this weekend's Sunday News
Lawmakers' opening act
They are called Legislative Service Requests - LSRs - and they comprise the seeds of what lawmakers hope will grow to become the laws of the land. Although many address weighty issues, such as gambling and guns, others are less ponderous, including one that would let a restaurateur bring a dog to work. We look at the more than 700 LSRs filed by this week's deadline to give you some of the highlights.
Hit the lights
Just like each family has their own holiday traditions, so does every city. For those planning to travel over the holidays who want to visit a place known for holiday excitement, or just want to visit those places via the Internet, here's a list of the “Top Ten Spots for Holiday Lights and Decorations.”
It's time to make financial resolutions for the new year; we'll offer some guidance. And we'll look at regifting for the greater good. What you can do with those unwanted gifts you will undoubtedly get, including donate them.
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Ignoring Lyme: What are state, towns doing?
Bikers say under-30 generation isn't interested, and can't afford many of the top motorcycles