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  • Waukegan Animal Control's path to no-kill model

    Waukegan Animal Control's path to no-kill model
    An organic and compassionate coalition of city officials, volunteers, donors, veterinarians, cops and dedicated animal control officers have transformed Waukegan Animal Control into a de facto no-kill shelter. With no-kill going on eight years —...
  • West Hartford Dog Park Plan Rejected, Officials Not Optimistic

    West Hartford Dog Park Plan Rejected, Officials Not Optimistic
    WEST HARTFORD — The latest in a long series of plans for a dog park has been rejected by a town council committee tasked with studying the issue. The committee members, Mayor Scott Slifka and council minority leader Denise Hall, have released a...
  • Creative storage ideas for small spaces

    Baltimore’s quintessential rowhouses have many charms, but ample storage space is typically not among them. “It’s a constant challenge,” says Hampden resident and professional organizer Mary Cate Claudias of Charm City...
  • 25+ Memorial Day freebies for military, vets and civilians

     25+ Memorial Day freebies for military, vets and civilians
    On Memorial Day, we honor those who have so honored us with their sacrifice and service to keep America free and strong. Retailers and restaurants and attractions also salute our military heroes, offering discounts to veterans, active duty and retired...
  • Half-priced fun, dining deals, retail coupons for Memorial Day weekend

    Half-priced fun, dining deals, retail coupons for Memorial Day weekend
    Welcome to the long weekend! Tihs  ginormous list includes some great deals on fun things to do, with offers on passes to South Florida attractions good all summer long, Memorial Day weekend freebies and discounts for veterans, active duty military...
  • Up in flames: Inside or out, fireplaces add more than warmth

    Up in flames: Inside or out, fireplaces add more than warmth
    Our ancient ancestors believed fire was one of four elements (the others being earth, water, and air). And no wonder. Fire is elemental. It draws us in. "I'm probably a bit romantic about it, but I think we humans miss having contact with fire," Jamie...
  • New home construction rebounds strongly, reaches best pace since 2007

    New home construction rebounds strongly, reaches best pace since 2007
    New home construction unexpectedly surged in April to its best level in more than seven years as the housing market rebounded strongly from two weak months largely caused by bad weather. Privately owned housing starts increased 20.2% from March to an...
  • Community News for Enfield edition

    Little Angels Catholic Pre-School honors Mary during May ENFIELD - On May 11 Students from Little Angels Catholic Pre-School worked alongside 4th and 5th graders from Saint Bernard School on an art project involving Mary, the mother of Jesus. After the...
  • Sage boutique bolting Promenade to return to Allentown

    Sage boutique bolting Promenade to return to Allentown
    Sage, the upscale women's boutique that fled a struggling Allentown nearly a decade ago, is returning this summer with three new shops in the city's arena district. Nine years after its Tilghman Street store closed, dealing Allentown's business district...
  • Inland Empire sees surge in warehouse jobs, but many are low-pay, temporary

    Inland Empire sees surge in warehouse jobs, but many are low-pay, temporary
    Pilar Guzman has worked for five years in a warehouse that processes luggage arriving from China and bound for the likes of Wal-Mart, Macy's and Kohl's. She's made minimum wage for the entire stint and arrives each day not knowing whether she'll get...
  • Prosecutor: Deerfield man killed because he helped employee's wife

    Prosecutor: Deerfield man killed because he helped employee's wife
    William Paul Dabbs either murdered his boss in cold blood, or he killed the man in an act of self-defense. It's undisputed that Dabbs, 58, shot Larry Modena Jr., 41, on Oct. 26, 2011, but a Palm Beach County jury will decide whether Dabbs intended for...