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email@example.comHARRODSBURG — Leo Vaughn doesn’t know when the agreement was signed, but for the more than 20 years that he’s worked for the Harrodsburg Street Department the city has honored a commitment to the Army Corps of Engineers to keep Old...
As we approach the 43rd annual Earth Day, the celebration of our many gains is tempered by our recognition of their fragility. On the first Earth Day, April 22, 1970, thousands of people came together to protest the degradation of our environment....
The corks will pop at 6 p.m. Thursday for Reading Between the Wines, a benefit for the Adult Literacy League, at the Orlando Science Center. Tickets are $75. Call 407-422-1540 or check out adultliteracyleague.org for information. In the meantime, let's...
District 10 VFW Ladies Auxiliary met for their quarterly dinner meeting April 2 at the VFW Post 8185, Port Deposit. Auxiliary units from Elkton, Chesapeake City, and North East joined the auxiliary unit from Post 8185 to make plans for June's convention....
Tags: Rivers, War of 1812, Museums, Arts and Culture, Chesapeake City
It's April showers, dear readers, But things to do are stacking up. The Susquehanna Museum of Havre de Grace at the Lock House reopens April 13 (Saturday), 1-5 p.m. for the season. Free admission. Contact 410-939-5780, email: firstname.lastname@example.org...
Tags: Career and Workplace, Edgewood, War of 1812, Animals, Museums
THURSDAY — The Wilmore Senior Center will host “Body Recall: Fitness for Life” each Thursday in April at 11 a.m. — The Wilmore Senior Center will host movie night at 6 p.m. April 11. This week’s movie will be 1948’s...
It is believed that the environmental movement in the United States began with the first Earth Day in 1970. In honor of Earth Day on April 22, why not try a plant-based dish? Vegetarians in the 1970s had far fewer choices of what to eat. There were just...
The white, discarded barrels at the food-processing plant may have looked like junk. To Justin Okin, they were a means to harvest the sky. Three of the 60-gallon barrels came home with him one day for less than $10; their previous owner was happy to see...
News briefs from St. Charles, Elgin, Geneva and Batavia. St. Charles There were nearly 80 entries in the St. Charles St. Patrick's Parade. These were the winners: In the children's category, the Wild Rose Girl Scout Troop, Lincoln Elementary...
Sentinel School ZoneRachel Armstrong's article published in The Insight, Apopka High's student newspaper, is blunt about the problem she sees with school food: "The food that is supposedly nutritious-such as salads, sits on the shelves while items such as pizza and chicken...
Tags: Education, Stetson University, Apopka, Students, Journalism
The Little Traverse Conservancy in Harbor Springs has several work and event days interspersed throughout April. From 10 a.m.-1 p.m. on Saturday, April 6, join conservancy staff member Charles Dawley and members of Straits Area Geocaching for a beginner&...
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