In this letter expressing my concerns, I will not call anyone un-American, unethical, childish, or flattering, or attack their political beliefs. Nor will I accuse anyone of failing to uphold the values ​​that support the advancement of a diverse, inclusive and equitable society. Nor will I claim that someone’s anachronistic,Read More →

Visiting a botanical garden should be on every nature lover’s bucket list. Walking through a greenhouse full of exotic plants on a foggy day rejuvenates the soul and soothes the spirit. The Botanical Gardens allow visitors to enjoy the scent of thousands of roses blooming in the summer and magnificentRead More →

A longtime oak tree at the McCalla Center will be removed after plaguing the Chino Planning Commission for more than a decade due to its poor health and infestation by wood-boring insects. The Chino Planning Commission on Monday approved the city’s request to remove the tree and plant two replacementRead More →

After growing up on the Gulf Coast, I packed up my husband, dog, and three cats to embark on our new adventure. I swap home Cajun cooking for the world famous maple cream. We move from Louisiana to the great state of Vermont. Visiting Vermont over the years, I haveRead More →

EAST WINDSOR, NJ (MERCER) – Mayor Janice S. Mironov and members of council joined members of the Environmental Commission and Sustainable Jersey in dedicating the township’s restored arboretum at Etra Lake Park. A Sustainable Jersey grant funded by the PSEG Foundation supported the Arboretum project which included cleaning and accessRead More →

Property transfers in the town of Riverhead recorded from July 16 to July 31, 2022, as reported by the Suffolk Research Service. Fording river 11792 A. Holup to Eliso Chikvashvili and Georgiy Chikvashvili, 54 Cliff Rd, a year-round family residence, .34 Ac, $650,000; on Mar 22, 2022 (recorded Jul 20,Read More →

PORTLAND — Everyone hates being stuck at the airport. It’s crowded, the seats aren’t comfortable, you can’t find a point of sale and everything is too expensive. But maybe not at Portland International Airport. Even with construction, limited pre-security workshops and the removal of the post-security terminal connector, brought onRead More →

Amid global climate change and a chronic shortage of affordable housing, local construction companies and nonprofits are taking innovative steps to make homes more energy efficient and environmentally sustainable. Strata International Group, headquartered in Phoenix, has made a name for itself building foam and concrete homes, and Habitat for HumanityRead More →

Looking back The North 10 years ago August 10, 2012: Massena officials have expressed deep concern that forcing Alcoa Corporation to pay up to $1 billion to clean up the Grasse River for past pollution there could result in Massena becoming a city phantom. Fears that Alcoa would close theRead More →

FARGO, ND – At first glance, they look like identical houses rising in the middle of the 300 block of North 10th Street. Both are tall, vertical buildings, with matching diagonal roofs, 12-foot-high ceilings, and identical placement of windows and doors. But come closer and the difference becomes clear. ARead More →