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  • Farms winterize to keep farmers markets open - here's a list of markets

    Farms winterize to keep farmers markets open - here's a list of markets
    Cold and windy weather will send many farmers markets into hibernation by the end of October or the first weekend of November. But that doesn't mean farmers have stopped farming, which means not all markets will shut down. A growing number of farmers...
  • Britain honors World War I dead with poppy tributes, concerts

    "In Flanders fields the poppies blow ..." is the opening line of one of the most famous poems about World War I. The red poppies that bloomed in the battlefields of Belgium and France became a powerful and lasting symbol of fallen soldiers and their...
  • Nancy Willits SattlerSeptember 12, 1924 - October 26, 2014

    Nancy Willits Sattler<br/>September 12, 1924 - October 26, 2014
    Our dear matriarch, Nancy Willits Sattler, died of heart failure early Sunday morning, the 26th of October, after a blessedly brief illness.  She was born on September 12, 1924 in Corona, California to Robert and Shirley Willits, who founded the Corona...
  • Weekend preview: An irreverent star is born at FLIFF

    Weekend preview: An irreverent star is born at FLIFF
    The Fort Lauderdale International Film Festival, as you are no doubt aware, opens Friday night with a splashy Broward Center affair attended by a famous face, Jason Alexander. This being the 29th annual edition of FLIFF, you know the drill. But among...
  • Massive Hollywood project sits atop quake fault, California says

    Massive Hollywood project sits atop quake fault, California says
    California’s state geologist has concluded that an active earthquake fault is underneath a massive proposed skyscraper project in Hollywood, setting the stage for a huge battle at City Hall over growth and seismic safety. The California Geological...
  • Patricia M. Krehnbrink, homemaker, volunteer

    Patricia M. Krehnbrink, homemaker, volunteer
    Patricia M. Krehnbrink, a homemaker who was a longtime member and volunteer at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in Anne Arundel County, died Wednesday at Heron Point retirement community in Chestertown. She was 91. The daughter of Carl Gordon Kirwan, a...
  • Glastonbury Church To Host Haunted House, Collect Items For Food Bank

    Glastonbury Church To Host Haunted House, Collect Items For Food Bank
    GLASTONBURY — St. Luke's Episcopal Church will host its annual Haunted House on Friday to benefit the Glastonbury Food Bank. From 5:30-7:30 p.m., young and old can come out to the "eerie, but family-friendly adventure" that is "fun for all ages."...
  • 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...
  • Neighbors concerned about Osceola ammunition maker

    Neighbors concerned about Osceola ammunition maker
    The state and Osceola County have pledged as much as $265,000 to bring an ammunition factory to a business center that is also home to an after-school program, church and health department. Rattlesnake Tactical LLC, which is affiliated with U.S....
  • Catholics, Africans, gays and the race card

    Catholics, Africans, gays and the race card
    The Roman Catholic Synod of Bishops that ended over the weekend was a remarkable exercise in transparency, with liberal and conservative prelates openly sparring over whether the church should adopt a more welcoming approach to gays and to Catholics who...
  • Turkin's jazz ensemble to perform at Lynn

    It's hard to keep up with Marshall Turkin. At 88, the well-known director, musician and composer maintains a full musical schedule again this season. So it's no surprise that Lynn University has added a second performance of "The Music & Times of...