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Boy Scouts of America

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  • Boy Scout builds elevated dog beds for animal rescue

    Boy Scout builds elevated dog beds for animal rescue
    Life Scout Seamus Byrnes recently presented 20 new dog beds to Everglades Angels Dog Rescue. With help from his Boy Scout troop and donations from local businesses, Byrnes drove the plan from concept to delivery. Seamus learned about Everglades Angels...
  • My Time: Local Scout earns Eagle rank, designs landscape project for Cisco Center

    My Time: Local Scout earns Eagle rank, designs landscape project for Cisco Center
    Eric Kreutzberg celebrated achieving the rank of Eagle Scout at a Court of Honor in October at Our Shepherd Lutheran Church in Severna Park. Eric started in Cub Scouts as a first-grade Tiger Cub with Troop 768. While still a Cub Scout, he transferred to...
  • Simsbury Boy Scouts Win Award For Lifesaving Attempt

    Simsbury Boy Scouts Win Award For Lifesaving Attempt
    SIMSBURY — Nate Lungarini was only 30 minutes into his hike at Race Brook Falls in Sheffield, Mass., when he thought he heard a tree crash. Then he heard screams. Lungarini was hiking with Ryan Carr, both of Simsbury. They are both Eagle...
  • Frederick D. O'Neal, businessman

    Frederick D. O'Neal, businessman
    Frederick D. O'Neal, a retired Baltimore businessman who had owned Mondawmin Photo Supply in Mondawmin Mall for more than three decades, died April 1 at Northwest Hospital of cardiac arrest and lung failure. He was 82. The son of John McKinley O'Neal, a...
  • Around Broadneck: A pair of Eagles are buds of a feather

    Around Broadneck: A pair of Eagles are buds of a feather
    Broadneck High School seniors Trevor Hawkins and Paul Hicks, both 18, have been friends since early grade school. Trevor has been in Scouting since he was in kindergarten. By fifth grade, he'd cajoled Paul to join, too. Both became members of Boy...
  • Community news: PNC faculty member bound for Turkmenistan

    PNC professor receives Fulbright award Tantatape Brahmasrene, professor of finance and international business at Purdue University North Central in Westville, has been selected for a Fulbright Senior Specialists project in Turkmenistan at International...
  • Delray Beach plans to bring new planning director on board in June

    Delray Beach plans to bring new planning director on board in June
    Delray Beach expects to bring its next planning and zoning director on board in June. The city plans to hire Tim Stillings to fill the open position, contingent on the finalization of the employment process. Stillings will come to Delray with more...
  • Journey to the Bay environmental expo, Hampton spring plant sales

    Journey to the Bay, a free environmental expo, takes place Saturday, May 2, in conjunction with the Hampton Master Gardeners' spring plant sale. "The Expo will showcase citizen influence on wetlands, water quality, and seafood of the bay," according to a...
  • Barrington Area Community Foundation awards grants to local organizations

    Barrington Area Community Foundation awards grants to local organizations
    The Barrington Area Community Foundation has awarded $173,000 in grants to more than 20 organizations, all of which seek to improve the lives of those in and around Barrington. "There are amazing people in our community doing amazing work," said Bill...
  • Volunteers turn out for annual Highland parks cleanup event

    Volunteers turn out for annual Highland parks cleanup event
    HIGHLAND — On a recent sunny Saturday morning, more than 100 youngsters could be found in various Highland parks. But they weren't enjoying playground equipment or throwing baseballs — they were taking part in the annual Spring Parks Cleanup...
  • Where to shop for garden plants, according to Kathy Van Mullekom

     Where to shop for garden plants, according to Kathy Van Mullekom
    People often ask me where I shop for plants. My answer: Anywhere, everywhere I can get the plant I want for the price I want, and in the good health I expect. For example, I've bought junipers at Lowe's and dwarf gardenias at Home Depot. When I...