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  • Garden to grow children's appreciation of nature

    Sow Share's future children's garden will give children more than a plot to grow plants. The green space will foster nature-conscious children through exploration and outdoor play. "We plan to have some vegetable gardening going on, but the majority is...
  • Have your pet blessed at St. Joseph's service

    Cats, dogs, birds and pet gerbils will line up for their blessings at St. Joseph's Episcopal Church Oct. 5 for the 19th annual Blessing of the Animals service. The event, which can attract as many as 250 animals, is the brainchild of Father Martin...
  • Teens take mission trip to Dominican Republic

    Two students and best friends, Tiffany Cheung, 17, and Jessica Hyland, 18, both seniors in the International Baccalaureate program at Atlantic Community High School in Delray Beach, traveled with a group of 20 adults from St. Joseph's Episcopal Church...
  • Autumn beauty and mountain-biking in Winthrop, Wash.

    Autumn beauty and mountain-biking in Winthrop, Wash.
    The Methow Valley town of Winthrop, Wash., has long been known for its Old West theme, with false-front stores and wooden sidewalks, the perfect place to practice your bowlegged walk and wear that Stetson you always fancied. The other big draw for many...
  • Cruise Port Spotlight: Bar Harbor, Maine

    Cruise Port Spotlight: Bar Harbor, Maine
    The world may be their oyster for travelers, but for explorers like the Vikings, John Cabot, and Samuel Champlain, who came by throughout the centuries, and now for modern-day cruise passengers whose ships drop anchor on Frenchman Bay and tender them...
  • READER SUBMITTED: New York City Organist To Be Featured At Annual Hampton Tracker Concert

    Gregory Castilla Zelek was born and raised in Miami, Florida, and is a first-year master's organ student of Paul Jacobs at The Juilliard School, where he received his Bachelor of Music degree. Greg is a proud recipient of the Kovner Fellowship at the...
  • Carol E. Hackney, farmer

    Carol E. Hackney, farmer
    Carol Elizabeth Hackney, who worked in agriculture management and had a Carroll County farm, died of stroke complications Aug. 29 at the Fairhaven Retirement Community in Sykesville. The Eldersburg resident was 86. Born in Baltimore, she was the...
  • Restoration complete on Stone Avenue station

    Restoration complete on Stone Avenue station
    The historic Stone Avenue train station in La Grange, which was built in 1901, has been restored to its original glory, leaving those standing near its sparkling limestone archways in awe at a ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday. The $1.1 million...
  • Study of police calls about homeless shows nothing striking: officials

    Study of police calls about homeless shows nothing striking: officials
    A recent review of homeless-related calls for police service in La Grange raised no red flags, officials said, despite some residents' concerns that the location of a program that provides daytime services to homeless people poses safety risks in their...
  • Victim of Bali slaying to be remembered

    Victim of Bali slaying to be remembered
    In the six weeks since his friend was slain while vacationing with her teenage daughter on the island of Bali, Elliott Jacobson has reread the Chicago woman's emails and replayed her recorded voice messages. Jacobson said the shock of losing a dear...
  • Farmers markets: Western Cook and DuPage county

    Farmers markets: Western Cook and DuPage county
    MONDAY Hinsdale 7 a.m.-1 p.m., June 2-Oct. 13, at Burlington Park, 30 E. Chicago Ave.   WEDNESDAY Darien *NEW THIS YEAR* 3-7 p.m., June 11-Oct. 8, at Community Park, 7100 Clarendon Hills Road. Elmhurst 7 a.m.-1 p.m., June 4-Oct. 29, at...