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March 23, 2020

Breathe Easy

Dirt. Five year olds love it, plants can’t live without it, and you’re breathing it in every day. Not just breathing it in—you’re paying to inhale the largest cause of

Is Your Home Smart?

Do you remember the Jetsons, that futuristic family from the popular 1960s cartoon? How crazy was it seeing all those gadgets and gizmos and thinking how great it would be

Auto Insurance

Car insurance—we all know we need it. But beyond that, many of us still ask ourselves, “What auto insurance should I get?” The key is knowing what deductibles and coverages

Quick Quiche

When I was growing up, I spent a lot of time watching the cooking shows every Saturday and one of my all-time favorite recipes was quiche. I remember Julia Child

Faith and Hope

To our community: We know that we are in a very difficult time. But we also know that we will come out of this, maybe an even stronger community than

Sweet Memories

This past week I was reminded by the flowering of the red maples (Acer rubrum) of one of the more interesting exploits that “we” tried, over two decades ago. While

Historic Journey

On February 27, a group of gallant travellers from our area, braved frigid temperatures and blustery winds to take a journey to the National Museum of African American History and

Here to Help

With the seriousness of the coronavirus situation, “hunkering down” has become the current catch-phrase. The current situation is certainly taking a toll and causing disruptions in many sectors of our