A house on North Seventh Street near Garfield Avenue in Temple is decorated for Halloween with a “Carnevil” theme, including a carousel for creepy clowns, a clown skeleton and a skeleton strongman.
The number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits fell last week to 751,000, the lowest since March, but it's still historically high and indicates the viral pandemic is forcing many employers to cut jobs.
Eric Shorter can’t be in two places at once but don’t tell that to Temple’s junior defensive end, whose relentless activity almost makes it appear that he can defy the reality.
Dear Readers: Are you thinking of buying a cast iron skillet? Cast iron cookware isn’t fully non-stick until it’s well seasoned. Here’s a look at how that’s done: Start by washing your new pan with soapy water and dry the pan thoroughly. Rub the entire surface of the pan, including the exter…
Dear Annie: Here are some tips to help keep yourself, your family and your neighborhood safe during this time, while still celebrating this whimsical time of year.
October is National Pasta month and what better way to celebrate than with these easy to make cheesy lasagna rolls that are pasta-tively amazing!
A full moon will light up the skies as Central Texans celebrate Halloween on Saturday and there is no shortage of events for those looking for a fright. For those looking for something sweeter, several churches also are hosting trunk or treat events.
Trick or treat? Whether you’re craving something sweet or you are looking for a good scare, there are plenty of haunted happenings for Halloween in Central Texas this year.