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 →

Hickory fruitworm. Photo: LSU Agricultural Center Weather events over the past two years (eg late frosts and ice storms) have created problems for pecan growers. Decreasing crop loads have forced commercial growers to make management decisions about seasonal insecticide and disease applications. Due to the lack of crop load, manyRead More →

I don’t like to get caught up in “I was born too late” discussions. I am fine where I am. But I missed – for the most part – the wonderful tradition of train travel. And by that I mean, trains as an option to travel like planes or cars.Read More →

HARTFORD, Ohio (MyValleyTributes) – Ken Cimperman, 67, of Hartford, Ohio, died Thursday, June 23, 2022 at UPMC Horizon, Farrell, Pennsylvania after a brief illness. Ken was born on November 17, 1954 in Sharon, Pennsylvania to Doris (DeMay) and Leonard Cimperman. He graduated from Hickory High School in 1972 and NCST.Read More →

In person and through Lifesize. Meeting link https://call.lifesizecloud.com/12429552 Extension 12429552 Access code 21769 Call USA: +1 (312) 584-2401 Meeting discussion points: 1. Approval of the minutes of the May meeting 2. Green Lecture Series with Library (Ann) 3. Outreach sub-committee report – new program topics we would like to co-facilitateRead More →

Wednesday evening forecast update Wednesday evening forecast update for June 8: A weak front will move across West Tennessee tonight but will not bring much rain with it. However, the winds will change from southwest to north and a less humid air mass will settle in for Thursday. With theRead More →

WASHINGTON, Pennsylvania, June 4, 2022 — This Ole bar stool (Pub crawl) snuck through a surprise seam around the final corner and claimed victory in a split in Saturday’s $133,106 Pennsylvania Sire Stake at Hollywood Casino at The Meadows. The other split in the Hickory Smoke for 3-year-old colt andRead More →

A study from the Missouri Ozarks highlights the importance of spatial aspects of biodiversity for the proper functioning of natural forests. Biologists at Washington University in St. Louis have determined that tree beta diversity – a measure of site-to-site variation in the composition of species present in a given areaRead More →

Craft Recordings announces the release today of Nursery Rhymes for Kinder Times, a brand new album from world-renowned children’s artist, Raffi, and award-winning singer and songwriter, Lindsay Munroe. As the title suggests, this imaginative collection of songs offers a fresh, whimsical, and tender take on classic nursery rhymes, including “ThreeRead More →

Traverse City commissioners received their first look Monday at the city’s proposed budget for the upcoming 2022-23 fiscal year, a document that outlines numerous proposed parks and infrastructure projects, water and energy investments. of its own, staffing additions – including a proposed second assistant city manager – and planning initiatives,Read More →

CHICAGO (WLS) — The planet is changing and climate models predict temperatures will continue to rise. The Davey Tree Expert Company, established in 1880 and based in Ohio, provides research-focused tree services, grounds maintenance and environmental consulting for residential, utility, commercial and environmental partners in the United States and inRead More →

The following is a sample of Brentwood Police calls reported between April 1 and April 21, which focus on responding to the highest priority calls within the City of Brentwood. Lethal Assault Weapon 4/4 – Jennifer St: DOMESTIC DISPUTE Automatic burglary 4/6 – Ghiggeri Dr: BATTERY DROP AND ITEMS TAKENRead More →

Here’s a look at some of the top news for today, April 5. Suspension of student loan payment The Biden administration plans to freeze federal student loan payments until August 31, extending a moratorium that allowed millions of Americans to defer payments during the coronavirus pandemic, according to an administrationRead More →

Join us for the Children’s Arboretum’s celebration of Arbor Day on April 23 (rainy date, April 24), with free seedlings, cookies and lemonade, and a children’s book free featuring our park’s special trees! Open to children of all ages. From 11 a.m. to noon, in conjunction with the Princeton HistoricalRead More →

Furniture Miscellaneous Autos Jim Murray Auto Service, Inc. Complete auto repair, inspections and more. 122 E. Railroad St. 15301 724-222-1350 BEDROOM SET/ ENTERTAINMENT CENTER Oak & More Furniture Co., high end set, 10 pieces total, excellent condition, cost $9,000, sale $2,000 or better offer. Air Conditioning/Heating 724-228-6521 MASERATI 2021 GHIBLIRead More →

MEMPHIS, Tenn. (AP) — President Joe Biden granted a major disaster declaration for seven counties in Tennessee following a winter storm last month. The declaration will give local jurisdictions and certain private nonprofit organizations access to the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s public assistance program. The counties affected are Crockett, Fayette,Read More →

The House committee investigating the U.S. Capitol insurrection said late Wednesday that its evidence showed former President Donald Trump and his associates engaged in a ‘criminal conspiracy’ to prevent Congress from certifying the results. of the presidential election, disseminated false information about it and put pressure on state officials. reverseRead More →

A suspect crashed in a head-on collision with a police cruiser on Thursday. Two suspects were arrested after the crash, police said. GARY — A suspect crashed head-on with a police vehicle after conducting a car chase Thursday afternoon, authorities said. At 1:25 p.m. Thursday, a Lake County Sheriff’s officerRead More →

Green is the color all year round in the winter garden In the colder part of the year it is always good to have something green, alive and producing in the dead of winter. A pansy with dark green foliage and purple and yellow faces, dusty suckers or coral bellsRead More →

A recent survey that WGNS stumbled upon shows that Tennessee residents seem to be enjoying old-fashioned camping trips more than ever. From 2015 to 2020, Recreation.gov reported a 52.7% increase in camping bookings made in the state of Tennessee. Again, a 52.7% increase in camping bookings in Tennessee alone overRead More →