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  • High Tech Corridor rebrands as 'The Corridor'

    High Tech Corridor rebrands as 'The Corridor'
    One of the leading advocates of Central Florida’s tech economy, the Florida High Tech Corridor, has rebranded itself as, simply, The Corridor. The Corridor helps to attract and retain tech companies from Tampa to Jacksonville, along the Interstate...
  • Summer rains make beautiful fall fall flowers

    "April showers bring May flowers" is a common refrain reminding us the importance of water to a verdant revival after the winter whites. Might we suggest this year that May, June, July, and August rains bring spectacular fall flowers? It doesn't roll of...
  • What we can do about climate change [Letter]

    What we can do about climate change [Letter]
    This week, hundreds of thousands of people throughout the world marched demanding action on climate change, and 120 world leaders gathered in New York for the United Nations Summit on Climate Change ("More talk, more action," Sept. 22). What can we do?...
  • Howard County health digest

    Classes at hospital Howard County General Hospital will sponsor the following classes at the HCGH Wellness Center, Suite 100, 10710 Charter Drive, Columbia unless otherwise listed. Advanced registration for all programs at hcgh.com. Information: 410-740-...
  • Blotter: Man charged with trespassing at Lake Forest Hospital

    Blotter: Man charged with trespassing at Lake Forest Hospital
    The following were taken from Lake Forest police reports. A 33-year-old Waukegan man was arrested on Sept. 19 at 5:30 a.m. in the 100 block of North Victory Street, Waukegan, and. served with a warrant for felony obstruction of justice and felony DUI....
  • Amendment One a no-brainer for Florida

     Amendment One a no-brainer for Florida
    Come Election Day, voting "Yes on One" is a no-brainer. Passing Amendment One raises nobody's taxes. Nor does it raise any tax rate. This proposed "Water and Land Conservation" amendment to Florida's Constitution simply directs the Legislature to...
  • Repeal destructive drug laws [Letter]

    Repeal destructive drug laws [Letter]
    McKenzie Elliott, the 3-year-old shot to death in Baltimore, is a recent victim of misguided drug laws ("Politicians, churchmen talk policing in Northwest Baltimore," Sept. 9). While I do not support open use of "illegal drugs," I do not find that drug...
  • Fall garden chores include planting perennials, shrubs

    Fall garden chores include planting perennials, shrubs
    I've noticed some reds in the forest canopy and a stiff breeze now brings a drift of yellow leaves. We'll still have warm and sunny days but the signs of autumn are increasing each day. So get ready for that barrage of leaves: check your rakes, clean...
  • Unapproved GMO wheat find should not hurt U.S. exports: trade group

    (Reuters) - U.S. wheat exports should not be hurt by the second discovery of experimental Monsanto Co. genetically modified wheat growing in a U.S. state where it was not approved, industry leaders said on Friday, because the wheat is not believed to be...
  • Farmland preservation celebrated on the Lebanon Town Green

    Farmland preservation celebrated on the Lebanon Town Green
    Since 1978, Connecticut's Farmland Preservation Program has permanently protected the prime and important farmland soils of 300 farms and nearly 40,000 acres to ensure the future of agriculture in our state. Members of the Farmer's Cow cooperative,...
  • Artichokes make a hearty yet light and healthy autumn appetizer

    Artichokes make a hearty yet light and healthy autumn appetizer
    If you try to cook fresh seasonal produce as much as possible, you might be puzzled to see artichokes in your market at this time of year. Aren't they a spring vegetable? Well, yes, to give you the shortest answer. Springtime is when the biggest crops...