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  • Proud of its small-town traditions, Howey to celebrate 90th anniversary

    Proud of its small-town traditions, Howey to celebrate 90<sup>t</sup><sup>h</sup> anniversary
    HOWEY-IN-THE-HILLS — Model-T Fords, bathing suits down to the knees and dresses up to the chin were the norm back in the day of what the town's founder dubbed "the Florida Alps." Such simpler times will be remembered as the town commemorates its...
  • City employee filed sexual-harassment complaint against Sacramento mayor

    SACRAMENTO, Calif. A former aide in the Sacramento city manager's office filed a claim last month against Mayor Kevin Johnson alleging the mayor sexually harassed her multiple times over a seven-month period at City Hall, according to a copy of the...
  • Outdoors Calendar

    BIKING MAY 30: Jim Calhoun Ride and Walk for lifesaving research and care, start and finish at Northwest Catholic High School, West Hartford. The event will feature rides of 12, 36 and 60 miles and a 5K walk. Benefits UConn Health Research and...
  • Library welcomes Knit Wits

    At the Eldersburg branch of the Carroll County Public Library, anyone age 11 or older can become a Knit Wit. They just need to either knit or want to learn how to knit. The ongoing Knit Wits program is offered on second and fourth Wednesdays in the...
  • Datebook

    Sunday, May 17 'Wine in the Woods' All-day annual event takes place beginning at 11 a.m. at Symphony Woods, 5950 Symphony Woods Road in Columbia. Festival-goers can sample wine from more than 30 wineries, taste food from area restaurants and hear live...
  • 'Super Summer' free programs coming to Leesburg library

    The Leesburg Public Library has a variety of free programs planned to entertain all ages this summer Mondays through Thursdays and Saturdays at the library, 100 E. Main St. This year's theme is "Super Summer." The library will kick off the summer...
  • Riding the rails: Lincolnwood man shares photos of life hopping trains

    Riding the rails: Lincolnwood man shares photos of life hopping trains
    During the late 1970s, Lincolnwood photographer Dale Wickum abandoned his life in the Midwest to travel by freight train, documenting the lives of hundreds of train-hoppers he encountered along the desolate railways of the west. Now more than 30 years...
  • Tech-savvy teens to team up for Skokie 'App-a-thon'

    Tech-loving teens from all over the Niles Township area will congregate at the Skokie Public Library later this month for a one-day "App-a-thon." For nine hours on Saturday, May 30, the group of teens—all bound together by an interest in all...
  • Finding a way to feel at peace

    Finding a way to feel at peace
    Jim Bandler has been teaching meditation techniques for more than 40 years. He shared his knowledge to about 30 people during the recent "Mindful Meditation" session at the Glades Road Branch Library in Boca Raton. "There are about 15 variations of...
  • EdX course on China set at Hollywood library

    EdX course on China set at Hollywood library
    Learning and the library have always gone hand in hand, and the Friends of the Stirling Road Branch Library in Hollywood are taking this to another level. Starting in June, the Friends will offer a local meet-up for a massive open online course. MOOCs...
  • Flower Sales Dominate At Weekend Spring Markets

    Flower Sales Dominate At Weekend Spring Markets
    Plenty of May flowers will be on sale at spring markets around the state this weekend. >>The Connecticut Daylily Society will hold its annual daylily and plant sale from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 16, rain or shine, at the Avon Senior Center, 635...