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Spring break is just around the corner ... But are nightmares of empty suitcases and piles upon piles of clothes interrupting your dreams of white sand and turquois oceans? Packing doesn't have to be the worst part of a trip. If you're looking to save some space (and money) flying, here are some tips on packing everything you need in a carry-on.

Itching to get away from the stress of life without adding the turmoil of long drives, plane rides and maybe even time zone changes that come with travel? Consider a short escape to the lakeshore: Muskegon County will make it worth your while with its 2017 Visitors Guide and Coupon Book.

In November 2016, the World Health Organization declared that the Zika virus is no longer an international public health emergency. But that doesn't mean mosquitoes are out of the woods on this one. The Zika virus, now classified among other mosquito-born maladies such as malaria and yellow fever, is officially a longer-term problem.

When traveling, it's likely that you'll hit a lot of restaurants, convenience and grocery stories, or fast-food places. All great options, but they tend to offer larger portions.

There's no place like home for the holidays, right? Home is where the heart is—and sometimes, the heart is a couple hundred miles away. Sometimes, the heart is attached to a four-legged, furry companion. If you're one of 37 percent of pet owners who take their animals on the road (or in the air), consider these tips for your holiday travel.

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