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Willowbrook officials plan to apply for several state grants for two potential park projects. At a public meeting last week, Tod Stanton of the Naperville-based landscape architecture firm Design Perspectives Inc. told the audience the village could...
Tags: Lakes and Ponds
Commercial beekeeper Tim May has worked 16-hour days, six or seven days a week for the past month to get more than a thousand hives with millions of honeybees settled in the countryside of northern Illinois and southern Wisconsin. Spring has not been...
Ralph F. Paul of Greenville Township was the guest of honor during Hillcrest Grange's May 22 meeting when the organization's members celebrated the Pocahontas area resident's 90th birthday. This spring when the honoree and his wife, the former...
Summer Food and Wine Festival: Sat., Jun. 15-Sun., Jun. 16, 12-6 p.m. Stonington Vineyards, 523 Taugwonk Rd., Stonington, (860) 535-1222. stoningtonvineyards.com. Gourmet food truck vendors, photo booths, father/child relay races, wine tastings, live...
The American Red Cross runs daily blood collection drives in order to maintain its inventory. It has a particularly difficult time in the summer and platelet donations are needed too. Platelets are the clotting factor in your blood and only have a...
Reuters(Repeats story that originally ran on Sunday) By P.J. Huffstutter and Lisa Baertlein and Robin Respaut June 9 (Reuters) - Decades-old laws barring foreign ownership of farmland in Iowa, Missouri and at least three other Midwest states may complicate...
ReutersBy P.J. Huffstutter and Lisa Baertlein and Robin Respaut June 9 (Reuters) - Decades-old laws barring foreign ownership of farmland in Iowa, Missouri and at least three other Midwest states may complicate Shuanghui International's $4.7 billion planned...
WASHINGTON — Congress this year will deal with a host of profound issues: A confrontation over raising the nation's debt limit. Budget battles that will determine whether more cuts are made in government services. And the most ambitious attempt to...
PETALUMA, Calif. — As you drive north of San Francisco into Marin and Sonoma counties, the countryside begins to unfold before you. Green pastures, oak and chaparral-covered hillsides and small canyons of redwood trees reveal themselves. Red-...
Contributing WriterWe managed to dodge rain storms moving through Saturday. The accompanying wind gusts kept everyone on their toes, as our canopies can quickly become airborne. One of our new members to the market this year, River Run Farm and Pottery, set up their...
Tags: Sausages, Potatoes, Tomatoes, Lettuce, Lifestyle and Leisure
The Hartford CourantWhen the Glastonbury Farmers Market kicked off last year, items were sold from the back of trucks and from tables along a cramped space on Main Street. The 2013 edition is going to be different in every way. The market will have a permanent location...
Tags: Lifestyle and Leisure, Seafood, Cheese, Pasta, Tomatoes
After a month of mediocre early-season apricots, the prime varieties, sweet, juicy and flavorful, are here or will be soon. Beyond the celebrated Blenheim, there are other worthwhile varieties, and a few are even better. Here are the leading apricots...
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