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  • Stratford Student Club Helps The Environment

    Stratford Student Club Helps The Environment
    Many high schools have clubs and activities to participate in, including skating clubs for skateboarders, but at Bunnell High School in Stratford, Connecticut, the SKATENG club, SKATENG with an E, is a club for students to involve themselves in the care...
  • Glen Burnie West: No matter the score, it's win-win for Emily

    Glen Burnie West: No matter the score, it's win-win for Emily
    Monsignor Slade Catholic School's eighth grade class challenged their teachers from the past nine years to a benefit basketball game last weekend at Archbishop Spalding High School to raise funds to help classmate Emily Kolenda. Emily is battling...
  • Lewis County herb farmer bids fond farewell to West Virginia

    Driving down the dusty gravel road to La Paix Herb Farm in Lewis County is like traveling back in time — surrounded by meadows and mountains, streams, wildflowers, forest creatures as well as the splendid scents and sounds of nature. Just when...
  • Bonus Years: A post-career journey from surface warfare to beekeeper

    Sometimes your career involves exacting work with lots of protocols. This happens in a lot of technical professions and crafts. That's where the daily requirement to "go by the book" is a core element of the job description — from airline pilot to...
  • Meet the pets that provide fresh food and close companionship during backyard chicken-keeping coop tour

    Coop by coop, backyard chicken keeping is gaining ground in Hampton Roads, especially on the Peninsula. Founded in 2010 with 30 chicken enthusiasts, PeCK, or Peninsula Chicken Keepers, now has 450 members, according to founder Carol Bartram of York...
  • Beware of citrus-leaf miners on new growth

    Question: Citrus-leaf miners have arrived early this year producing tunnels and causing crinkling among the leaves of our trees. What is the control? Answer: Perhaps you have noticed citrus-leaf miners only affect the new growths, which means you have...
  • Northwest Side students dig into dirt to fight obesity

    Northwest Side students dig into dirt to fight obesity
    Oriole Park Elementary School in Chicago is fighting child obesity by having its students plant a garden at the school. On May 22, a school planting day at 5424 N. Oketo Ave. brought sunflower seedlings outdoors with other plants to ideally promote...
  • Solutions to a home-building challenge in the Hollywood Hills

    Solutions to a home-building challenge in the Hollywood Hills
    Architect Ana Henton is accustomed to demanding clients: restaurateurs, theater owners and even a college fraternity eager to ditch its stripper pole in favor of Streamline Moderne design. Yet none was as challenging as her client for a 2,400-square-...
  • Dig Into These Upcoming Gardening Events

    Dig Into These Upcoming Gardening Events
    Celebrate summer in the Butler-McCook Garden in Hartford May 27 from 5:30 to 8:30 pm at Connecticut Landmarks' Fifth annual Garden Gala. The garden is situated between the Butler-McCook House at 396 Main St. and the Amos Bull House at 59 S. Prospect St....
  • Community News for Windsor Locks edition

    "Walk for Nutmeg Senior Rides" raises more than $19,000 WINDSOR LOCKS - Nutmeg Senior Rides Annual "Walk for Nutmeg Senior Rides" netted over $19,000. Proceeds from the event are used to provide door-through-door service for seniors and the visually...
  • Community News for Vernon edition

    Preschool registration VERNON - Applications are available for the 2015-2016 Rockville High Preschool Program for Vernon and nearby community residents. The program meets on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday mornings (9:30-11:30 a.m.), November through May....