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  • Missouri lawmaker, wife ask court for contraception insurance exclusion

    ST. LOUIS A family should have the same right as a small business to opt out of birth control coverage in its health care plan, the lawyer for a Missouri legislator argued here Monday before a federal appeals court. Rep. Paul Wieland, R-Imperial, and his...
  • Long Reach homeowner has a deep-rooted love of stormwater protection

    Long Reach homeowner has a deep-rooted love of stormwater protection
    Maintaining an environmentally friendly landscape at her family's home in Long Reach comes as second nature to Janine Pollack, who loves gardening and the outdoors. The pluses, some obvious and some not, are numerous. They include the inherent...
  • Home-Garden news for 9/11: Design your space at home show this weekend, garden lecture series starting

    Meet skilled craftsmen, kitchen and bath designers, architects and builders at the 2014 Design Your Space Home Show this weekend in Virginia Beach. Jeff Devlin, HGTV personality and DIY host of "I Hate My Bath" is the main stage presenter during the show...
  • Kathy Van Mullekom: Fall plant sales are for shopping for new trees, shrubs and perennials, especially beneficial native species

    I recently groomed my perennial garden, cutting back leggy perennials and removing dying or dead foliage. Many flowers are left to produce seeds for songbirds to enjoy this fall. In November, I will totally clean my perennial garden, so the bed's few...
  • Birth control bait-and-switch [Editorial]

    Birth control bait-and-switch  [Editorial]
    In what on the surface seems like a remarkable turnaround, a number of conservative Republican Senate candidates this year are supporting a proposal to expand access to birth control by making it available without a prescription as an over-the-counter...
  • Tips: Preserve the Harvest for Winter Meals and Holiday Gifts

    The cucumbers have filled the vegetable drawer, you've run out of cabbage recipes and your family is refusing to eat one more BLT. Or maybe you just couldn't resist that special deal on a bushel of tomatoes, potatoes or apples at the farmer's market. So...
  • Message in a sweater: Lisa Anne Auerbach on cats, knitting and zines

    Message in a sweater: Lisa Anne Auerbach on cats, knitting and zines
    There are artists who focus their entire lives on exploring a single material. That's not Lisa Anne Auerbach. She falls in with the artists who weave together various practices, producing objects that are eclectic, even as they explore related ideas....
  • North Lauderdale's half-priced swim lessons a huge hit

    When the North Lauderdale Recreation Foundation decided to provide half-priced swimming lessons to residents this summer, city staff and officials expected it to generate considerable interest among people in the community. The response, as it turned...
  • Kmart kicks off holiday shopping a bit early

    Kmart kicks off holiday shopping a bit early
    Move over Back to School. Holiday shopping has arrived. At least that's what Kmart would like to tell the 40 percent of you who begin holiday shopping before Halloween. If you fall into that group (as measured by the National Retail Federation last...
  • Swimming all in the family for Palm coaches

    Swimming all in the family for Palm coaches
    – When the Palm Beach County Central Conference Swimming and Diving Invitational takes place on Friday at the Lake Lytal Park Family Aquatic Center, one family will definitely have a vested interest in the results. Gordon Andrews coaches Park...
  • GOP Candidates Prescribe Over-The-Counter Birth Control Pills

    WASHINGTON — To counter Democratic attacks that they are soldiers in a "war against women," some GOP candidates across the nation, including at least two in Connecticut, are advocating changing federal laws to allow the purchase of over-the-...