Lidl has new sales starting Sept. 14 including breakfast sausage, oranges, coffee creamer, frozen pizza, coffee, veggie burgers, diapers, a 10 for $10 sale and more.
Lidl has new sales starting Sept. 14 including breakfast sausage, oranges, coffee creamer, frozen pizza, coffee, veggie b
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BOCA RATON, Fla. — A synagogue in Boca Raton is stepping up to help send aid to Puerto Rico after Hurricane Fiona devastated the island on Sunday.
As of Thursday, more than 900,000 customers remain without power and many still don't have access to clean drinking water.
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The Category 3 storm dumped up to 32 inches of rain in some regions, leading to catastroph