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  • Jan. 18 Duck Dunk will raise funds for Havre de Grace fire company

    It's time to get cold to help Havre de Grace to keep from burning. The third annual Susquehanna Hose Company Duck Dunk, a fundraising event with the look and feel of a Polar Bear Plunge, is planned for 8 to 10 a.m. this Saturday, Jan. 18, at the Havre de...
  • 'Voluntary' efforts not strong enough to combat California's drought

    California is officially in a drought. This is state's driest year on record, and the National Weather said this week that the dry conditions will persist or get worse through April — meaning the rainy season won't be rainy. Gov. Jerry Brown...
  • Nudity and other water-saving tips for California's epochal drought

    If you’re not at least a little panicky, then you’re not paying attention. California is in a state of slow-moving emergency. The governor, Jerry Brown, made it official last week: Rainfall is pitiable, snowpack and reservoir levels...
  • Big chill bursts pipes and heats up business for plumbers

    Big chill bursts pipes and heats up business for plumbers
    It is a chilling tale of winter, one that in ghost-story fashion begins with a sign that all is not right. Maybe there's a damp spot spreading ominously across a wall, or faint sounds that grow louder and more insistent. "I heard water dripping," Liz...
  • New Windsor firefighter injured when hose bursts

    New Windsor firefighter injured when hose bursts
    A Carroll County volunteer firefighter was flown to the Maryland Shock Trauma Center after a hose burst and struck him Friday afternoon at a fire scene, officials said. The injuries are not life-threatening, said Byron Welker, assistant chief of the...
  • Burb's Eye View: Appreciating the job of sewer workers

    Burb's Eye View: Appreciating the job of sewer workers
    If you were to ask me where the worst place is to start your career as a sewer worker, I might have said behind a chili restaurant. That’s where mine started. My career lasted only a morning, and I didn’t actually do any sewer work. That...
  • Proper equipment can make gutter cleaning a breeze

    Now that autumn has arrived, I'm looking for advice on how to clean the gutters on my house. When is the best time and what tools are needed? It's the time of year when gutters fill with falling leaves. But it is an important task, both to protect the...
  • Thursday's local interest college basketball roundup: ODU surges early, rolls past Presbyterian

    Old Dominion guard Keenan Palmore scored a career-high 24 points as the Monarchs started quickly and never let up in a 69-51 rout of the Presbyterian Blue Hose on Thursday at the Constant Center. The Monarchs (3-1) went ahead 11-0, led by 23 at...
  • HondaVac vs. DustBuster: Testing Odyssey's van vacuum

    HondaVac vs. DustBuster: Testing Odyssey's van vacuum
    Kids are not tidy. My family spends much of the weekend on the road, logging lots of miles and meals in the car — add a 3-year-old to the mix and you can guarantee a mess or two. Each Sunday we return with a little more than we left with, usually...
  • Repair a garden hose

    Someone who shall remain nameless backed the car over the garden hose squishing the end fitting so it was almost pancake flat and not very useful. Since the thought of throwing out a perfectly good hose is against our frugal mentality, it was an easy...
  • Power wash siding

    Power wash siding
    When dirt, mildew and tree sap accumulate on siding, it's time to give your house a good washing. By keeping the siding clean, dry and free of dirt, you'll prolong the life of the siding and reduce the need to paint it. You can hire a house cleaning...