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  • Hampton Clean City Commission: Volunteers plant 450 trees along buffer at city landfill

    Hampton Clean City Commission: Volunteers plant 450 trees along buffer at city landfill
    A total of 66 volunteers of all ages came out recently to plant 450 tree seedlings at Bethel Landfill in Hampton. The seedlings were planted in the buffer strip between the landfill and I-64. They were native evergreens with one exception, selected for...
  • Our Laguna: Strengthening the Susi Q center

    The Susi Q is where Laguna's seniors can make new friends, visit with old friends, learn new skills, eat a hot meal and get advice. Laguna Beach Seniors Inc. built the center with help from the city, and no one is more passionate about maintaining it...
  • Our Laguna: The best in food and wine

    Our Laguna: The best in food and wine
    The Laguna Beach Visitors & Conference Bureau uncorked another tasty treat this week. For the third year, the bureau is hosting Laguna Beach a la Carte, a festival of food and wine that promotes Laguna's reputation as a foodie destination with world-...
  • Two men, same issues, one position: Mayor

    Delray Beach needs a new mayor, and two men say they're ready for the job. Acting Mayor Tom Carney and former Planing and Zoning Chair Cary Glickstein are vying for the city's highest office in the March 12 election. Both candidates list public...
  • Our Laguna: A send-off to remember at Mar Bar

    Our Laguna: A send-off to remember at Mar Bar
    The crowds that jammed into the Marine Room Tavern on Tuesday and Wednesday night were a testament to the regard in which the Mar Bar and its retiring owner, Councilman Kelly Boyd, are held. New owner Chris Keller hosted the party and by any measure, it...
  • Neglected dog found alive in trash bag

    Neglected dog found alive in trash bag
    A small dog was found alive in a trash bag that was placed outside of someone's home in the Goodwood area on Friday, Sept. 21. Had the bag gone unnoticed a few minutes longer, that dog could have ended up in the back of a Waste Management truck....
  • Waste Management settles with city for $1.24M over missed collections

    Waste Management settles with city for $1.24M over missed collections
    A month after striking Teamsters Union drivers delayed garbage collections as much as 12 days, Waste Management agreed on a $1.24 million settlement with the city of Seattle, Mayor Mike McGinn's office announced Tuesday. The settlement will pay back...
  • Apopka dump proposal wakes sleeping giant

    Apopka dump proposal wakes sleeping giant
    When Randall Horn moved to the new Magnolia Park Estates subdivision three years ago from Boston, he considered his new home to be suburban Orlando, with an easy jaunt on the 429 to get downtown. Horn knew he resided in Apopka and paid taxes there, but...
  • Apopka lawyer now trying to craft way to ban landfills

    Apopka lawyer now trying to craft way to ban landfills
    Apopka city officials have really changed their tune when it comes to converting a landfill in the city from construction debris to the final resting place for the foulest of garbage -- everything from spoiled food and dirty diapers to sewage. Two months...
  • Disney exec Staggs: Avatar will fit in at PG theme parks

    Disney exec Staggs: Avatar will fit in at PG theme parks
    Walt Disney Parks and Resorts' plan to build a multi-attraction "land" based on James Cameron's movie "Avatar" in Disney's Animal Kingdom received mixed reviews from fans on the company's blog last week. Reactions ranged from uncontrolled excitement to...
  • Report expected on birth defects in Kettleman City

     
    State health officials are expected to release a long-awaited report Monday on their investigation into the possible causes of severe birth defects in Kettleman City, a Central California farming community of about 1,500 mostly Spanish-speaking residents....
  • EPA fines Kettleman City waste dump over PCB contamination

     
    The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency on Tuesday levied a $300,000 fine against a toxic waste dump near a Central California farming community plagued by birth defects for failing to properly manage carcinogenic polychlorinated biphenyls, or PCBs....