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  • Community News for Vernon edition

    Students honored at the 21st Annual Accounting Banquet VERNON - On April 21, more than 180 administrators, alumni, faculty, students and friends from several accounting firms took the time from their busy schedules to travel to Eastern Connecticut...
  • Community News for Manchester Edition

    Bennet Academy Student vs. Staff Basketball Game MANCHESTER - The third annual Bennet Academy Student vs. Staff Basketball Game was held at Bennet on April 23. The game was played in front of capacity filled crowd. Team students fought hard against the...
  • Cantigny lets public into behind-the-scenes greenhouse for open house

     Cantigny lets public into behind-the-scenes greenhouse for open house
    If you'd like to see what goes on behind the scenes of those gorgeous gardens at Cantigny Park in Wheaton, here's your chance. Hosted by its horticulture department, Cantigny's annual Greenhouse Open House will be 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. May 3. "The...
  • Community news for Colchester edition

    Bacon Academy Boys Lacrosse COLCHESTER - The Bacon Academy Boys Lacrosse Team won their home opener against the Lancers of Waterford, traveled to Uncasville to defeat the St. Bernard Saints, and defeated rival Old Lyme for the first time with an exciting...
  • Millersville/Crownsville: Middle school's drama club revived with 'Seussical Jr.'

    Millersville/Crownsville: Middle school's drama club revived with 'Seussical Jr.'
    The cafeteria of Old Mill Middle School North recently was transformed into two worlds -- the Jungle of Nool and the very small town of Whoville as the students performed their first play of the year, "Seussical, Jr." The show was performed over two...
  • Announcements: Social security seminar, Kent Island Heritage Society open house, 'Make It, Mat It, Give It to Mom,' Deale Beach Citizens yard sale, pre-Mother's Day tea, Hammond-Harwood House, Cole Bros. circus, Burritos for Beds fundraiser and more

    Church spring dinners •The Women's Guild of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church invites the public to its spring dinner from 3 to 6:30 p.m. May 2 at the church, 1110 St. Stephen's Church Road, Crownsville. The menu includes turkey salad, sliced ham,...
  • Tours de Spring: Guide to area home and garden tours

    Tours de Spring: Guide to area home and garden tours
    Here is a look at some home and garden tours coming up in the Anne Arundel County area: The Maryland House and Garden Pilgrimage WHAT: The Maryland House and Garden Pilgrimage, a tour unique houses and gardens throughout Maryland, is showcasing five...
  • Jamie Durie talks 'Outback Nation', connecting with nature, CA drought

    Jamie Durie talks 'Outback Nation', connecting with nature, CA drought
    Armed with a machete, popular Australian landscape designer Jamie Durie tackles alligators and snakes along with overgrown flora in the new backyard makeover series "Outback Nation." “It's the toughest show I’ve ever worked on,”...
  • On Gardening: Amistad salvia gives your beds the royal treatment

    Until something unseats it, Amistad salvia is the most beautiful salvia to ever hit the market. Amistad is a Salvia guaranitica or anise sage and is a rich purple violet color fit for royalty. You can't fault a name like Amistad or Friendship salvia. This...
  • Journey to the Bay environmental expo, Hampton spring plant sales

    Journey to the Bay, a free environmental expo, takes place Saturday, May 2, in conjunction with the Hampton Master Gardeners' spring plant sale. "The Expo will showcase citizen influence on wetlands, water quality, and seafood of the bay," according to a...
  • Sure To Please Shade Lovers

    Sure To Please Shade Lovers
    Perhaps you are starting to realize it is getting hot out there but still you want to be outside. One way to enjoy the outdoors is to find a shady spot where you can rest, read, dine and play. These spots may be shaded by trees or awnings and now you need...