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  • April gardening calendar

    April gardening calendar
      Almanac Average temperature: High 83, Low 60 Rainfall: 2.42 inches The moon 1. Moon phases: •Full moon April 4 •Last quarter April 11 •New moon April 18 •First quarter April 25 2. Moon sign planting dates:...
  • Master Gardener training scheduled for April 9

    The Master Gardener program's first volunteer training is 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, April 9, at the University of Maryland Extension, Carroll County. The program is available to all Carroll County residents. "There are several benefits," said Steve...
  • Newport arts panel endorses late artists' paintings for city collection

    Newport arts panel endorses late artists' paintings for city collection
    Two watercolor paintings by late husband-and-wife artists Rex Brandt and Joan Irving Brandt are a step closer to being displayed in the Newport Beach Central Library. The Newport Beach Arts Commission voted unanimously Thursday to accept "Northwest Gale...
  • Dig In: Design Competition And A Bouquet Of Events

    Dig In: Design Competition And A Bouquet Of Events
    The Garden Club of Hartford, in partnership with the City of Hartford Department of Public Works, has issued a design challenge to landscape architecture students: rejuvenate the five entrances to Keney Park. The plans and designs will go on display at...
  • Plenty of ideas, but cost remains major factor for Harley Clarke

    Members of the city's Harley Clarke Citizens Committee have developed a list of criteria to judge possible uses for the city-owned building, which has already had several proposals fall through. But after rolling proposals through their nearly 25-...
  • Community news for Manchester edition

    Engagement MANCHESTER - Gregory Murphy of Manchester and Molly Davis of Glastonbury were recently engaged. Murphy is the son of Nancy Murphy. He graduated Bolton High School and attended Eastern Connecticut State University. Murphy is the Assistant...
  • Two fired preschool teachers in Thousand Oaks: not Christian enough?

    Two fired preschool teachers in Thousand Oaks: not Christian enough?
    There was nothing in their employment record to suggest that veteran preschool teachers Lynda Serrano and Mary Ellen Guevara deserved to be fired in 2012 by Little Oaks School. The two were described in court records as "capable" and "competent," with...
  • Florida Yacht Brokers Association names Cindy Sailor as executive director

    Florida Yacht Brokers Association names Cindy Sailor as executive director
    The Florida Yacht Brokers Association has named a new executive director: Cindy Sailor, a veteran in marketing and publishing in the recreational boating industry. She started the job April 1 at the group's headquarters in Fort Lauderdale. Sailor most...
  • Community news for Windsor Locks edition

    Volunteer Income Tax Program WINDSOR LOCKS - Volunteer Income Tax Program (VITA) will prepare Windsor Locks resident's taxes if income is under $52,000 on Wednesday and Thursday evenings, from 6-9 p.m., through April 15, at Town Hall, 50 Church St,...
  • Southington, An All-American, Tight Knit Town

    Southington, An All-American, Tight Knit Town
    Ask most anyone who lives in Southington and they will likely tell you that theirs is the quintessential American town. The U.S. Office of War Information obviously thought so in the spring of 1942 when it chose Southington as the microcosm of America...
  • Home and garden briefs for April 2: Count the birds for the Virginia Living Museum

    The Virginia Living Museum's third annual Birding Cup event encourages people to "go outdoors, breathe in fresh air, walk, look and listen throughout the Peninsula's wild and not so wild areas." The April 10-11 event is a timed search for as many...