Honor Run Half Marathon coming to Florence in November

October 31, 2016 by  

The St. Elizabeth Healthcare Honor Run Half Marathon is on its way back to Florence for its 3rd year.

The popular event benefits Honor Flight Tri-State, which [Read more]

Reuse store opens in Greensboro

October 31, 2016 by  

After attending a workshop on how to start a reuse business, Paige Cox was recently inspired to start one of her own.

As Co-Founder and Director, Cox opened [Read more]

Orlando shows its puppy love with a new dog park

October 31, 2016 by  

For the residents of the Thornton Park District, a new dog park is now available at Constitution Green. The grand opening was attended by Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer and festivities included a dog costume contest and prize giveaways.

Orlando is [Read more]

Popular landmark business purchased by local

October 31, 2016 by  

Nanuet locals concerned about the potential loss of one of the areas historic businesses can now relax, since Rockland County’s northernmost gas station, Larkin’s gas pump and auto repair shop has been purchased by a [Read more]

Merrick’s newest four-legged residents cause some commotion

October 31, 2016 by  

The 52-acre nature sanctuary known as Levy Preserve is now home to some beautiful wild creatures that local residents are anxious to view.

Reports had been circulating for [Read more]

Charitable events offer opportunities for Massapequa businesses

October 31, 2016 by  

Local Massapequa charitable groups are busy at this time with two important cancer awareness programs.

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month around the [Read more]

Advertising opportunities in Melville abound during high school football season

October 31, 2016 by  

A quick review of any local paper or website makes it easy to see that football season is here again, and high school football remains a passionate past time for many locals, and not just the parents of the athletes.

Current and former students and [Read more]

Workshop to be held in Olympia that addresses industrial hemp cultivation

October 31, 2016 by  

Due to a change in the state’s regulations, hemp can now be grown in Washington state, and an upcoming workshop will be help in Olympia that will give farmers advice and tips on how they can farm the crop successfully.

Hemp Ace International’s Joey Beckerman, who is an expert in the field, will be presenting details about the State department of Agriculture’s new program with regard to this agricultural product. Techniques such as integrated pest management (IPM), cover cropping, and more will be discussed, as will soil conservation methods.

Jeff Kostiuk, B.Gs, T.Ag, CCA., who is a hemp expert from Canada will also be participating in a question and answer session. He has many years of experience in the agricultural sector, and will be sharing this expertise.

Tips will be provided about such topics as cultivar choice, field preparation, crop rotations, seed planting, weed control, and harvesting. These will all be discussed in the context of industrial hemp cultivation. A company that produces presentation folders will be able to create customized ones for event such as this that can be used to hold brochures and other information.

The workshop, which is being held on November 22, is free to attend. It will take place in the Olympia Timberland Library from 6:00 pm until 7:45 pm. More information and a chance to register can be found on its Eventbrite page.

Winter will make an appearance in the valley this November

October 31, 2016 by  

The Simi Valley SnowFest is coming to Southern California next month.

Kids in Southern California often miss out [Read more]

Fundraising ball helps continue a social tradition

October 31, 2016 by  

The 137th annual Philadelphia Charity Ball is taking place next month in the city.

The event consists of two [Read more]

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