New wood burning rule set to take effect

September 30, 2015 by  

As of tomorrow, October 1, uncertified wood burning stoves are not permitted in the Tacoma/Pierce County Smoke Reduction Zone, which includes Puyallup.

Unless the property has no other sources of [Read more]

Studio City gets a month of spooky movies

September 30, 2015 by  

October is almost here, and to get us all in the ghost and goblin mood, the Studio City Neighborhood Council will be offering ‘Monster Palooza, Silver Screen Monster Series’.

This is seven evenings of [Read more]

Plum turns over a new leaf

September 30, 2015 by  

The Borough of Plum is set to launch the 2015 Leaf Collection Program. Each neighborhood has a unique schedule, so organizers are urging residents to consult the website for dates in their particular area.

City workers have [Read more]

City to go to the dogs

September 30, 2015 by  

All San Clemente pet owners, and those who just love animals, will want to attend the upcoming 14th Annual Tail of Two Cities Gala fundraiser.

This year’s theme will be [Read more]

Far Rockaway library gets a new lease on life

September 30, 2015 by  

It was recently announced that funding for a new Queens Library at Far Rockaway, which is located a short distance from Hewlett, has been received and the project is moving forward.

The cost for the library will be [Read more]

Dance classes continue for enjoyment, socializing, and exercise

September 30, 2015 by  

The Bridgewater Community Dance Series began its fifth year earlier this month, with classes that combine New England square and contra dancing with international folk dance.

According to the organizer of [Read more]

Bike Fest 2015 set to rev into gear

September 30, 2015 by  

The 13th annual Bike Fest will return to Plant City in a few days, and everyone is invited.

The event will include an 8 Class bike show [Read more]

Sheepshead Bay gets a Macy’s Backstage

September 30, 2015 by  

Brighton Beach residents will be happy to know a trip to Macy’s will not mean going all the way to Herald Square anymore.

Instead, they can go just a little way to [Read more]

Scottsdale gets ready to ride

September 30, 2015 by  

For the 12th year, bicyclists from around the region will soon get to participate in the Tour De Scottsdale, an event featuring a 70- and a 30-mile route through the McDowell Sonoran Preserve.

Hosted and organized by the [Read more]

IBM center arrives in Cambridge

September 30, 2015 by  

IBM recently opened its new Watson Health global headquarters in Kendall Square in Cambridge. It will be led by General Manager, Deborah DiSanzo.

The facility will house over 700 employees, an [Read more]

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