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  • On the Town: Supporters gather for Realtors' charitable auction

     On the Town: Supporters gather for Realtors' charitable auction
    While the parking lot adjacent to the red-brick-walled building at 2006 W. Magnolia Blvd. is just about as inconspicuous as a parking lot can be, it took on a very different look as it was transformed into a western ranch as the Burbank Assn. of...
  • Agency has valuable role in community

    Agency has valuable role in community
    Please vote YES on Nov. 4 to reauthorize the Children's Services Council. Like you, I did not know that much about the Children's Services Council until it became a ballot item earlier this year. Now I know it is the single largest contributor to...
  • Eventos por el Mes de Concientización del Cáncer de Seno

    Eventos por el Mes de Concientización del Cáncer de Seno
    Caminata. El 1 de octubre a las 10 a.m. se realiza el Hope Hike partiendo del edificio de la alcaldía de Orlando hasta las instalaciones del UF Health Cancer Center. Voleibol. El 2 de octubre la escuela Circle Christian realizaá su cuatro juego anual de...
  • Volunteering in Anne Arundel

    Chesapeake Bay Trust Organization dedicated to improving the Chesapeake Bay and its rivers through environmental education, community outreach, and local watershed restoration. Volunteer opportunities are available for several fundraising events...
  • Mailbag: A point of clarification regarding Measure Y

    An error in the message by the "Yes on Measure Y" group in the Pilot on Saturday caught my eye [Advertisement, Page A5]. I smiled when I read that Newport's general plan is called the "Resident's plan" because we get to vote on any changes and updates....
  • Putnam Bank president invites governor to tour the town

    Putnam rolled out its red carpet for Gov. Dannel Malloy on Sept. 23. The governor was in town at the invitation of Putnam Bank President Tom Borner, who wanted to show off the area to the governor. "This is the vibrant corner, not the quiet corner,"...
  • Let's hear it for the Dads

    Let's hear it for the Dads
    We cannot forget that dads need some time in the spotlight, too. Why? Because a father’s role in a child’s life is just as important as a mother’s. “There is so much that engaged fathers bring to families,” says Jupiter-...
  • East Hartford Commission Rejects Pentecostal Church Proposal

     East Hartford Commission Rejects Pentecostal Church Proposal
    EAST HARTFORD — A proposal by the Pentecostals of Greater Hartford to build a church at the end of Christopher Court, a residential cul-de-sac, was rejected unanimously Wednesday by the planning and zoning commission. Board members had expressed...
  • Outgoing Kiwanis president presides over last meeting of his term

    Outgoing Kiwanis president presides over last meeting of his term
    After a year as president of the Kiwanis Club of La Cañada, Tom Passanisi conducted the final meeting of his presidency Sept. 17 in Van de Kamp Hall at Descanso Gardens. He has been succeeded by Dr. Fred Shooley, who was installed as president Wednesday...
  • Passion for helping youth trumps a big paycheck for wellness coordinator

    By Erinn Hutkin Jim Bell doesn't believe you have to "look like Mr. Olympia" or run the Chicago Marathon every year to educate others about health and fitness. He simply strives to practice what he preaches. "You have to be well-versed in what you're...
  • Festival kicks off 2 weeks of bacon

    Festival kicks off 2 weeks of bacon
    The Genuine Smithfield Bacon, Bourbon & Beach Music Fest this Saturday kicks off a two-week-long celebration of everybody’s favorite breakfast meat from a town that knows its pork products. Tickets for the festival are $35 and attendees are...