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  • Navy dog-handler from San Diego dies from Afghanistan combat injuries

     
    A Navy dog-handler from a San Diego command on deployment to Afghanistan has died of combat injuries, the Department of Defense announced Tuesday....
  • Plant More Plants campaign stresses environmental benefits

    Plant More Plants campaign stresses environmental benefits
    Even though spring ignites a desire to plant until you can't plant anymore, fall is the preferred time to put in new plants and transplant existing ones. "It isn't just a marketing gimmick invented by the landscape or nursery industries," writes Julie...
  • Editorial: Living downstream

    A political truism in Maryland is that everyone is in favor of cleaning up the Chesapeake Bay. Anyone who has lived in the Free State for more than a few years has at least a passing familiarity with stories of the Chesapeake's seemingly limitless bounty...
  • Dill: It's a versatile, useful herb in your garden and kitchen

    Dill: It's a versatile, useful herb in your garden and kitchen
    Dill, a member of the carrot family, has been a favorite culinary herb for centuries, valued both for its flavorful foliage and pungent seeds. The name "dill" comes from an old Norse word, "dilla," which means "to lull," this plant having been...
  • Suspect Sought in Theft of 50 Bags of Fertilizer

    Suspect Sought in Theft of 50 Bags of Fertilizer
    PALMDALE (KTLA) -- Detectives are asking the public for help after dozens of bags of Fertilizer were stolen from a park in Palmdale. Investigators believe 50 bags of "Best Turf Supreme" lawn fertilizer were stolen from a storage yard at Pelona Vista park...
  • One Straw Farm launches Kickstarter campaign to build apps

    One Straw Farm launches Kickstarter campaign to build apps
    Imagine, with a few finger flicks on a smartphone app, you can learn whether you'll be getting zucchini or tomatoes, strawberries or potatoes, from a Maryland farm each week, then browse for home-spun recipes and connect with other like-minded consumers....
  • Encore azaleas: A little TLC keeps them healthy and blooming several seasons

    Encore azaleas: A little TLC keeps them healthy and blooming several seasons
    Fall is an ideal time of year to plant repeat blooming Encore Azalea, which are small evergreen flowering shrubs sold at garden centers in Hampto Roads. Planting in fall gives the plant time to get its root system established before it begins to...
  • August 13: Midday Fix - Lackluster Lawns

    August 13: Midday Fix - Lackluster Lawns
    Fall Lawn Care Friday, September 7 and Saturday, September 8 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. Chalet Nursery 3132 Lake Avenue Wilmette www.chaletnursery.com/   Tony's Lawn Tips: Repair or replace damaged lawns now through mid-September Water questionable...
  • New Bill Proposed: Buying 1,000 Rounds of Ammo would Raise Red Flag

    New Bill Proposed: Buying 1,000 Rounds of Ammo would Raise Red Flag
    Bay-Area lawmakers proposed a new bill this week that would require gun vendors to report anyone who buys 1,000 rounds of ammunition within a five-day span. AB-2512 would give vendors 24-hours to report the name and address of anyone who purchased 1000-...
  • Garden Q&A: Age fresh wood chips before using in garden

    Garden Q&A: Age fresh wood chips before using in garden
    My bean, squash, cucumber and pepper plants are stunted and yellow in color. We cut down a huge maple tree and tilled all the wood chips from the cuttings into the garden to improve the soil this spring. The garden has produced well in previous years....
  • Tax pollution, not rain

    Tax pollution, not rain
    I feel the stormwater fee has failed to achieve its goal which is to reduce the pollution that makes it into the Chesapeake Bay ("Churches seek break on city stormwater fee," June 12). The current implementation of the stormwater fee unfairly fines...