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The Village at Crystal Springs is an oasis. This bucolic retreat for active adults over 55 is comprised of 106 acres tucked into the Tolland countryside. Here, flora and fauna have elbow room; humans occupy less than a third of the acreage. When...
firstname.lastname@example.orgKIMBERLING CITY, Mo. -- It won't be much longer before many of us are out in the garden. If you need a little advice before planting those seeds, there are some free classes you can take. The Master Gardeners of the Ozarks offers free classes at the...
In April 2012, Perri Brinkmeier was voted TribLocal High School Player of the Month by TribLocal readers online. During that season, Brinkmeier scored three goals to lead York Community High School in a water polo win over Hinsdale South. As part of the...
Tribune NewspapersThe next time you visit a garden center, check out the containers waiting for new homes. They come in all shapes, sizes, colors and materials. Do you have your heart set on glazed pot with orange and pink flowers painted on it? Look around. You'll...
Special to The Herald-MailA strong devotion to religion can mean a lot of things to a lot of different people. To Charles Gower of Martinsburg, it means a life with purpose, but also a hobby — songwriting. Gower recently took his talents to a bigger stage, having a...
Laguna Beach officials are proposing the city pay an additional $100,000 for upgrades to the tennis courts across Park Avenue from Laguna Beach High School, Community Services Director Ben Siegel said. Both Laguna Beach Unified School District and city...
Aboard their bright blue ride, Maridee Nelson and Barbra Pushies are following the path of L.A. County's estimated 2,500 food trucks, but with a twist: Their Yarnover Truck is believed to be the country's first mobile yarn store, a Little Debbie snack...
BROOKINGS - SDSU Extension, the South Dakota Discovery Center and Team Nutrition will be hosting two-day trainings on how to implement Harvest of the Month and School & Youth Gardens programs. The trainings will be held in July 2013 at the SDSU...
Tags: Lifestyle and Leisure, Education, Gardening
WHAT DO EXERCISE, GOOD NUTRITION, AND A HEALTHY MIND HAVE IN COMMON? They can all be achieved by working in your garden and eating the food you produce. GOOD FOR THE BODY You may not look at pruning shears as exercise equipment, but gardening...
Oak Brook village officials and residents are weighing possibilities for the future of the Sports Core, a village-owned recreational facility, including construction of a new school on the site, or investing in such improvements as fixing the Oak Brook...
Tags: Voting, Lifestyle and Leisure, Tennis, Politics, Referenda
Anna K. "Kit" Winger, 82, died at Select Specialty Hospital in Battle Creek, Mich., on Monday, Feb. 18, 2013. She was born in Waynesboro, Pa., on Oct. 13, 1930, to Frank H. and Ruth (Roth) Winger. She graduated from Greencastle High School in...
Contributing WriterWhen it’s sunny and warm, most of us feel pretty motivated. We can get our house clean, our jobs done and our hobbies even see progress. But when the weather is gray, cold or rainy it’s harder to be motivated or feel inspired. Many times that...
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