Side Project Brewing’s Derivation Blend #16 is a strong and successful beer. You have several barrel-aged stouts, coffee, vanilla beans, and bourbon barrel-aged maple syrup. This combination can easily go off the rails, but Side Project expertly blends all the components into a potent yet delicate barrel-aged Imperial Stout. PlayRead 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 →

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 →

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 →

Folding Garden Stool with 5 Piece Tool Set If she plans to spend a lot of time in the garden this spring and summer, a garden stool would make a great gift. It can be used as a folding chair, so she can stay comfortable while working on her plants,Read More →

History links GAME 103.7 Lafayette and 104.1 Lake Charles is proud to announce that “The McNeese Coaches’ Show” will air on its airwaves. “The McNeese Coaches’ Show,” an hour-long radio program featuring McNeese coaches and athletic administrators, and hosted by Lake Charles American Press reporter and columnistRead More →

In 1928 Henry ‘Kay’ Kuhrmeyer and his backers Stromberg and Voisinet were responsible for what was perhaps the first commercially available electric guitar, the Stromberg Electro. Of course, electric guitars already existed at this point, but Kuhrmeyer found a way to mass-produce and market them on a level never seenRead More →

Shari Staiduhar’s buzzing chainsaw was a familiar sound midway through this year’s 200th Great Geauga County Fair. Shari Staiduhar’s buzzing chainsaw was a familiar sound halfway through the 200e Great Geauga County Fair. Staiduhar, owner of Rocky Mountain Carving Creations in Thompson Township, showed off his chainsaw carving expertise Sept.Read More →

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 →

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 →

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 →

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 →

Andrée Claire (Chartrand) YAGER passed away peacefully on July 25 at Maplewood in Brewster. Funeral services will be held at St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church, Orleans, MA. Monday, August 1, 2022 at 10 a.m. Born December 27, 1927 to Marcel Chartrand and Helen (Wood) Chartrand, Andrée was the widowRead More →

“Instead, the maple’s rich multicolored foliage reminds us of the importance of the whole, the importance of developing human communities that are not blandly uniform, but truly open and inclusive,” he said. he stated, referring to the leaves of nationally significant trees in Canada. Throughout his speech, he was repeatedlyRead More →

CANADA, July 18 – Through an innovative approach, the Hupacasath First Nation of Port Alberni is receiving nearly $112,000 in funding from the Government of British Columbia through the Indigenous Forest Bioeconomy Program. Since time immemorial, members of the Hupacasth First Nation have inhabited their territory in central Vancouver Island.Read More →

The Catholic Spirit is honored to mark and celebrate the milestone jubilees of female and male religious communities who serve or have served in the Archdiocese of St. Paul and Minneapolis. Besides the jubilarians, Father Richard Sudlik and Sister Jill Laszewski, presented separately, the following observe important anniversaries. The informationRead More →

North America’s largest cycling membership organization has named three new USA Bikeways in Oklahoma, Minnesota and Delaware. The Adventure Cycling Association is also adding routes through Indiana and Michigan, all adding more than 650 miles to the US bike route system and improving connectivity and the cycling experience. “It’s beenRead More →

Jeffrey M. Reilley, 47, of Maple Lake, died suddenly Tuesday, June 21, 2022 at Buffalo Hospital. The funeral will take place at 10:30 a.m. Monday, June 27, 2022 at Holy Cross Lutheran Church, Maple Lake with the Reverend Culynn Curtis officiating. Interment will follow at Maple Lake Community Cemetery. VisitationRead More →

George Cummings, 81, of Detroit Lakes, MN, died June 21, 2022 at Sanford Hospital in Fargo. The funeral will be at 11:30 a.m. Friday, July 8, at David Donehower Funeral Home in Detroit Lakes. Visits will take place one hour before the service. George Alvin Cummings was born September 17,Read More →

Cornbread Farm to the Soul Cornbread Holdings, with casual soul food restaurants in Maplewood, NJ, and Newark and soon to be in Jersey City and Montclair, NJ, has added Brooklyn to its portfolio. Fried or baked chicken, turkey wings, mac and cheese, collard greens, fried whiting, catfish, peach cobbler andRead More →

June 7, 1947- May. 21, 2022 MAPLEWOOD – Ruthine Ann Van Overbeke passed away peacefully surrounded by her family on May 21, 2022 at St. John’s Hospital in Maplewood, Minnesota, she was 74 years old. Ruthine was born to Roland Gary and Beverley VanDersluis-French on June 6, 1947 in Bemidji,Read More →

Nina Thompson Anderson was last seen along Maplewood Drive on Thursday and is likely driving a car. MORGANTON, NC — The Morganton Department of Public Safety is asking for the public’s help in locating a missing woman Thursday. A money alert for Nina Thompson Anderson, 89, is active and policeRead More →

May 24, 2022 3:20 p.m. Post : May 24, 2022 3:20 p.m. Rita Reeve, 91, of Sauk City, WI, died on 05/23/2022 in Maplewood. Rita was born in Phelps WI on August 7, 1930 to Cecil (Red) and Rose (Kernohan) Simpson. She married Wilbur (Bud) Reeve on March 22, 1954.Read More →

With two schools in the South Orange-Maplewood School District (Clinton and South Mountain) already back to temporary universal mandatory indoor masking due to outbreaks and Essex County now reporting “high” levels of COVID transmission, the district South Orange-Maplewood school is “strongly recommended” that all schools and students return to indoorRead More →

Staff Photo/Neel Madhavan. Lowellville’s Sammie Kelly throws a pitch Monday afternoon in a 15-1 first-round playoff win over Maplewood. LOWELLVILLE — Following the tragic school shooting last week, Lowellville almost missed Monday’s game against Maplewood. The school has canceled all extracurricular activities and sporting events untilRead More →

LIVINGSTON, NJ — Livingston resident and Maplewood native Barry Farber, author and entrepreneur, has launched the cartoon adaptation of his recent children’s book. The book and show, “The Adventures of Little Billy,” features animal characters that exemplify the traits that lead to success. The show currently airs Saturday mornings atRead More →

Richard E. Klemz, 67, of Maple Lake died on April 23, 2022 after a short battle with melanoma cancer. Funeral service will be at 11:00 a.m. on Wednesday, May 4, 2022 at Holy Cross Lutheran Church in Maple Lake with visitation 2 hours before the service. Reverend Culynn Curtis willRead More →

Police activity reported from March 18 to April 15: April 15, 9:43 a.m. — Identity theft reported in the 300 block of Rosewae Avenue. April 14, 2:29 p.m. — Reported robbery in the 1000 block of Fowler Street. 9:23 a.m. – Child endangerment reported in the 3000 blockRead More →

The following is a list of incidents reported to police on April 9; however, the call may have resulted in something other than originally reported. Beckley Police Department Hung up on 911: Sandstone Drive Alarm: Ragland Road/Robert C. Byrd Parkway Call of the Animals: Temple Street Brand: Maplewood Lane BurglarRead More →