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  • Howard County Briefs

    Recycling electronics The Howard County Bureau of Environmental Services reminds residents to recycle electronic devices. Drop-off locations include the Alpha Ridge Landfill Residents' Convenience Area, 2350 Marriottsville Road. The facility is open 8 a....
  • Trade shows aim to be good neighbors

    Trade shows aim to be good neighbors
    Retired teacher Patricia Rose Upczak is hoping to leave more than inspiration behind when the International Conference on Creativity, Thinking & Education at the Congress Plaza Hotel concludes in May. Upczak reached out to Chicago-based Renaissance...
  • Homeowners beef up safety with storm shelters

    Spurred by the terrifying images of an EF-5 tornado that devastated Moore, Okla., as well as twisters that tore through Cleburne and Granbury, Texas, last spring, many homeowners are beefing up their security with storm shelters. No one keeps count of...
  • Margate college students help build Habitat homes

    Students from Florida Career College's Margate Campus recently got down and dirty as they helped build houses for those in need. The school partnered with the West Palm Beach chapter of Habitat for Humanity as a part of a way for students to give back to...
  • Locals make FHSAA Academic All-State Team

    Four area high school athletes were named to the Florida High School Athletic Association's All-Academic Team on Monday. The Benjamin School's Riley Burke, St. Thomas Aquinas' James Fraser, Sagemont's Andrea Martinez and Jupiter Christian's Lindsey...
  • Reducing "stuff" will help downsizing decision| YourTime

    Reducing "stuff" will help downsizing decision<span style=color:#ff0000><b>| YourTime</b></span>
    STUFF Here’s how these conversations go on: Me: We really need to get rid of the stuff in the attic and garage. He: Yup. Me: We aren’t getting any younger and it won’t get any easier to do. He: I agree. Me: We should do it...
  • READER SUBMITTED: 85-Year-Old Volunteer Honored As Connecticut's Salute To Senior Service Winner

    An 85-year-old Suffield man has been honored as the Connecticut winner of the Home Instead Senior Care network's Salute to Senior Service award. Maurice Dean Caswell is being recognized for his dedicated community service, including his work at...
  • Obamas' federal tax rate rose as their income fell in 2013

    WASHINGTON-- President Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama watched their income fall and their federal tax rate go up in 2013, according to IRS returns released Friday by the White House. In a joint filing, the couple reported an adjusted gross income...
  • READER SUBMITTED: DeCordova Joins Regional Board Of National Council On Black American Affairs

    Endia DeCordova, associate dean of institutional advancement at Manchester Community College, has been elected to the Northeast Regional Board of the National Council on Black American Affairs (NCBAA), MCC announced. The NCBAA is a council of the...
  • Habitat for Humanity puts mission on display

    Habitat for Humanity puts mission on display
    Before Tuesday, Maureen O'Meara had never used a power drill. Undaunted by her lack of experience, she drilled a screw into a support beam, under the watchful eye of Dan Poresky of Allentown. "I'm sweating," O'Meara, of Bethlehem Township, said. "But...
  • Secret Gardens tour set for Saturday

    Every two years the Wellington Garden Club has its unique and educational fundraiser, Secret Gardens of Wellington, which puts the spotlight on six one-of-a-kind gardens here in the village. "These gardens are spectacular specimens," event promoter and...