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  • Our Laguna: The best in food and wine

    Our Laguna: The best in food and wine
    The Laguna Beach Visitors & Conference Bureau uncorked another tasty treat this week. For the third year, the bureau is hosting Laguna Beach a la Carte, a festival of food and wine that promotes Laguna's reputation as a foodie destination with world-...
  • Hampton Clean City Commission: Volunteers plant 450 trees along buffer at city landfill

    Hampton Clean City Commission: Volunteers plant 450 trees along buffer at city landfill
    A total of 66 volunteers of all ages came out recently to plant 450 tree seedlings at Bethel Landfill in Hampton. The seedlings were planted in the buffer strip between the landfill and I-64. They were native evergreens with one exception, selected for...
  • Volunteer beach cleanup is Saturday

    The California Coastal Commission has partnered with ECO-Warrior Foundation for the Laguna Beach City Adopt-A-Beach Program, according to a press release. The foundation is the local contact within the city and directs volunteers to scheduled beach...
  • Clean Gloucester Day is a rousing success

    Kudos go out to all who participated in Clean Gloucester Day earlier this month, when volunteers spread out across the county on March 9 and put the hurt to trash and litter. Volunteers collected approximately 11.1 tons of trash, according to Clean...
  • Our Laguna: Sande St. John is a true legacy

    Our Laguna: Sande St. John is a true legacy
    It must have been a chore for Sande St. John to sit by while others organized the Laguna Beach Seniors annual Legacy Ball. Usually she is running events that honor outstanding Lagunans. This time she was the honoree. It would be hard to find a more...
  • Value of blood tests near Exide recycling plant questioned

    Value of blood tests near Exide recycling plant questioned
    Los Angeles County's plan to offer blood tests for lead poisoning to hundreds of thousands of people in southeast Los Angeles was greeted as a political victory in working-class communities that have long worried about the health effects of emissions from...
  • Recycling in Gloucester, by the numbers

    Although we're sure it's marked on your calendar, we did want to point out for the few uninformed residents out there that Friday is "America Recycles Day." So how will you choose to celebrate? We recommend a good recycling trip to your local Gloucester...
  • Commentary: Thanks to all who make Food Pantry work

    The Laguna Food Pantry wishes to thank the many people and organizations that made this year's citywide food drive the best ever. Waste Management estimates that it collected well over 10,000 pounds of food to distribute to our more than 500 shoppers...
  • That's Not Trash, It's Compostable Food Waste

    That's Not Trash, It's Compostable Food Waste
    Food waste. It's been called recycling's final frontier. While many people know the joy of turning those banana peels, coffee grounds, eggshells and wilted lettuce leaves into rich compost for their backyard gardens, composting doesn't always come...
  • State agency to compost food scraps

    State agency to compost food scraps
    Talk about leading by example -- the Maryland Department of the Environment announced Monday that it would begin collecting food scraps at its Baltimore headquarters for composting. The Earth Day announcement comes on the heels of Howard County...
  • Our Laguna: Another successful Grapes for Grads

    Our Laguna: Another successful Grapes for Grads
    Americans say "Bottoms up" when they hoist a few. The French toast is "A votre Sante." When Italians raise a glass they say "Salute" or "Cin Cin," their version of a Brit's "Cheers." In India it is "Tulleho," a combination the Raj "Talley Ho" and the...