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  • Five kid-friendly nature areas to visit in Chicago and suburbs

     Five kid-friendly nature areas to visit in Chicago and suburbs
    The Chicago region offers a multitude of places where families can discover the natural world. In his book, “How to Raise a Wild Child” (Houghton Mifflin Harcourt), paleontologist Scott Sampson offers advice on how parents can help kids...
  • Paradise by the flashbulb's lights

    Paradise by the flashbulb's lights
    Tall Southern tales, raging sawgrass fires and ambitious townsfolk living along the jagged coastline in the Ten Thousand Islands dwell in Jim Goldberg and Jordan Stein's new photography installation at the Norton Museum of Art. A spotlight on the...
  • Nature center's 10th anniversary celebrated

    Nature center's 10th anniversary celebrated
    County officials and the public joined together recently to celebrate the 10th anniversary of the Green Cay Nature Center's opening in Boynton Beach. The original owners of the land were on hand, Ted and Trudy Winsberg. "We bought 300 acres of...
  • Mayoral election a crossroads for city

    Mayoral election a crossroads for city
    Country Club Hills advertises itself as being at the "crossroads of opportunity." The five candidates running for mayor in the April 7 election say the contest represents a different type of crossroads, with voters deciding not just who the new mayor...
  • Isle of Wight County hopes to attract businesses with 'shovel-ready' sites

    Isle of Wight County hopes to attract businesses with 'shovel-ready' sites
    County officials are betting on a new approach to lure businesses into Isle of Wight's troubled intermodal park — one that will cost the county up front but will pay dividends if successful. The county has allotted $1.9 million in its proposed...
  • Drones play a role in Hampton Roads science, research

    Drones play a role in Hampton Roads science, research
    In a few months, a pair of small unmanned drones will soar over forests and swamps in southwestern Nigeria, their onboard cameras scanning the ground for the remains of a lost civilization. They'll be sussing out the scars of large-scale ditches and...
  • Orland Park nature center plans are ready for public comment

    Orland Park nature center plans are ready for public comment
    Orland Park is looking for residents to weigh in on plans for a new nature center near Forest Preserve District of Cook County land at the north end of the village. The Orland Park Open Lands Fund purchased the 3.5-acre site, formerly the Pebble Creek...
  • Take hikes, see wildlife at two Orange wetland festivals

    Take hikes, see wildlife at two Orange wetland festivals
    Lake Apopka's north shore has staged a comeback for wildlife and birds after decades of farming left the area laden with pesticides. After years of cleanup, the area puts on its best face annually at the free Lake Apopka Wildlife Festival and...
  • Ice fishing's a 'hole' lot of fun

    Despite a biting wind and low temperatures, a bunch of hardy souls braved the weather to participate in the Northern Illinois Conservation Club's 55th annual Ice Fishing Derby and Winter Festival last weekend in the Antioch area. Bonnie Letich of the...
  • "Fifty Shades of Grey" avivará el fenómeno del libro

    "Fifty Shades of Grey" avivará el fenómeno del libro
    MADRID - Con más de cien millones de ejemplares vendidos en el mundo, la trilogía de "Cincuenta sombras" es la pionera y reina incontestable del "boom" de un género nacido de la fusión de la novela romántica y de la erótica. El estreno ahora de su...
  • Orange County hopes deep wells spare springs and wetlands

    Orange County hopes deep wells spare springs and wetlands
    In another sign the critically important Floridan Aquifer is being pushed to its limits, Orange County is asking regulators today for permission to drill wells that will go far deeper and cost a lot more than usual. Experts contend that sucking millions...