Disney to Offer Pre-Recorded “Fantasy in the Sky” Fireworks for New Year’s Eve

ORLANDO, Fla. – With the coronavirus pandemic still ongoing, New Year’s Eve celebrations look a little different this year. What You Need To Know Disney to offer pre-recorded fireworks for New Year’s Eve The virtual showing will be presentation of Fantasy in the Sky fireworks from 2017 The showing will begin at 11:48 p.m. ET […]

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COVID-19 Relief Bill Eviction Protections Short Term, Do Not Kick in Automatically

ORLANDO, Fla. — In renewing stimulus aid and unemployment benefits, Congress also extended the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Eviction Moratorium program for another month. Not all renters, however, will be covered.  What You Need To Know The recently passed COVID-19 relief bill extends the CDC Eviction Moratorium through the end of January Not […]

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S&P 500 Marks Another Record High as Tumultuous 2020 Ends

The S&P 500 and the Dow Jones Industrial Average ended 2020 at more record highs Thursday, closing out one of the most tumultuous years in recent memory. What You Need To Know Even as the coronavirus pandemic continues to rage across the country, the stock market closed on record highs Thursday The S&P 500 rose […]

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Mental Health Expert Warns 2021 Won’t Magically End 2020’s Problems

ORLANDO, Fla. – Many people are happy to say goodbye to 2020 and welcome in the new year. What You Need To Know Many people are ready to say goodbye to 2020 Mental health expert says this year’s problems won’t magically disappear in 2021 Paula S. Navarro says people can learn from even the worst […]

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No Reason Given for Trump Cutting Short His Florida Vacation

President Donald Trump is cutting short his Florida vacation and returning to Washington on Thursday, one day earlier than expected for reasons the White House didn’t explain. What You Need To Know President Trump cut short his Florida vacation and returning to Washington on Thursday, one day earlier than expected The White House announced the […]

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2020 is Finally Ending, but New Year’s Revelries Muted by COVID-19

This New Year’s Eve is being celebrated like no other, with pandemic restrictions limiting crowds and many people bidding farewell to a year they’d prefer to forget. What You Need To Know Many cities around the world are celebrating New Year’s Eve differently due to the COVID-19 pandemic This year, people will have to watch […]

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From Hoppin’ John to Champagne: 9 New Year’s Eve Food Superstitions

ORLANDO, Fla. — With a new year comes new resolutions — health-related ones, often. But first, one more day or two of eating. No doubt there are some dishes you cannot start the new year without, and whether you believe the superstition behind that food, the history behind those culinary new year traditions is fascinating. […]

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