The reliable payouts and dividend growth potential of dividend-paying stocks year after year make them a fantastic source of passive income streams. Unfortunately, not all dividend stocks offer the same level of long-term reliability. Some stocks are notorious for cutting their dividends when times are tough. Given that we areRead More →

It’s a cold and windy day, but I’m enjoying the cool autumn weather with the sun playing hide and seek. It was perfect for exploring the forest around us. Lately I walked my dog ​​through some wooded areas I had never been to before and it was absolutely magical toRead More →

Maplewood City Council on Monday night withdrew its support for the Purple Line’s bus rapid transit project until further study is conducted to determine the city’s best transit option. The vote, which was unanimous, came after council members raised questions over the past month about the route of the purpleRead More →

Five community members are running for three seats on the South Orange-Maplewood School Board this year. The candidates are: Regina Eckert, Nubia Wilson, Bill Gifford, Ritu Pancholy and William Meyer. Eckert, Wilson and Gifford run on the ““Students First” ticket. Pancholy and Meyer race on the “Do better, together” ticket.Read More →

(Author’s note: Many years have gone into my research into the Osborne family who came to and settled in Halifax County. Many records of the Osbornes have not survived in Virginia. ) Thomas Osborne of Henrico County was born around 1665. He married Martha Jones around 1689 in Henrico County.Read More →

SUFFOLK, Virginia – Whenever historic homes are flooded, building contractors often feel compelled by government regulations to rip out waterlogged hardwood floors, tear down old plaster walls and install new heavy-duty materials to floods. It’s a rushed approach that will likely happen in Southwest Florida in the wake of HurricaneRead More →

Liz Allen Arborist Mark Spitulski stops at Elbow Tree Park during a tree walk September 12 in Lawrence Park Township, sponsored by the Iroquois Secondary Library. For leaf voyeurs, fall means a leisurely stroll to admire the foliage, but this season I fell in love with fall banter at aRead More →

There is a substance oozing from the trunk of my elm tree. What is it and what should I do to fix it? —Jasmine Suarez, Skokie Your tree appears to have slime flux, which is a very common bacterial disease that can occur in many types of trees, but isRead More →

It’s no exaggeration to say that Gibson electric guitar Mid-20th century innovations helped define the sound of music in the contemporary era. The history of Gibson’s world-class pickup designs dates back to the pre-war years of the 1930s. the guitar. Gibson began electrifying its flagship archtop, the Super 400, whileRead More →

Represents the fourth Class I railroad served by Koppers Recovery Resources Supports the sustainability goal of minimizing environmental footprint PITTSBURGH, October 10, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Koppers Recovery Resources LLC (KRR), a wholly owned subsidiary of Koppers Holdings Inc. (NYSE: KOP), an integrated global supplier of treated wood products, wood treatmentRead More →

SOUTHBURY – Robert J. Steponaitis, 80, of Southbury and formerly of Woodbury for 53 years, passed away peacefully on September 28, 2022 at Maplewood in Newtown surrounded by his loving family. He was the beloved husband of Priscilla (Zemaitis) Steponaitis. Robert was born on January 15, 1942 in Waterbury, theRead More →