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Working under an early Saturday morning sun, Elaine Pollack and Mary Byers touch up a spread of fresh fruits and vegetables on a simple folding table. The women's wares — freshly cut broccoli, swiss chard, dehydrated oregano and other herbs...
There is a whole world growing behind Laurel Presbyterian Church these days. In the lot about the size of a football field, local residents are growing together as they tend their plots in the City of Laurel Community Garden. On Saturday, June 1, the...
Though Earth Day has come and gone, Hillcrest Elementary School is continuing the green movement through a new and old program. The school was hosting an official ribbon cutting for its new outdoor courtyard classroom on Thursday, May 9, and will host...
Tags: Earth Day, Students, Mother's Day, Pumpkin, Kevin Kamenetz
Phoebe and Richard Letocha, the Stoneleigh couple who were honored Friday with the award for the best Azalea House of Greater Towson, can't attribute their award to any master gardening techniques. They aren't members of their local garden clubs, nor do...
Tags: Towson, Kevin Kamenetz, Hobbies
It's the time of year when I probably ought to be thinking about gardening, but this year I'm thinking about not gardening. Gardening has never been among my strong abilities. I can dig a hole and plant something. I have a lot of success with trees,...
On Sunday, Thomas Albright will wake up early. Before 5 a.m., the patriarch of the Albright Farms family will be in his truck, driving from his farm in Monkton to the city, where Saratoga and Holliday streets meet underneath the Jones Falls Expressway....
Tags: Farms, Salt, Kale, Turkey (animal), Bacon
If the Super Bowl is over, can spring and the gardening season be far away? Well, yes. If holidays are the markers on the highway to warm weather, we still have to get through Valentine's Day, St. Patrick's Day and this year's early Easter. Not to...
Tags: Holidays, Agriculture, New York City, Lettuce, Tomatoes
This year's Super Bowl was an exciting, historical moment for Ravens fans, and while most watched the event in front of television screens, some individuals in our community got to witness the big win first hand. Ron and Cyndi Gula, of Marriottsville,...
Congratulations to Emily Buckley, a student at Folly Quarter Middle School and an active member of the Hare Raisers 4-H Club. Emily was recently announced as a nominee in the Carson Scholars Fund scholarship program. Emily raises and shows rabbits, as...
Tags: Music, Christianity, Anglicanism, Awards and Prizes, Hobbies
Mr. Speaker, Mr. Vice President, Members of Congress, fellow citizens: Fifty-one years ago, John F. Kennedy declared to this Chamber that “the Constitution makes us not rivals for power but partners for progress…It is my task,” he...
Additional work will be done to stabilize the banks of Plumtree Run south of George Street in Bel Air under a contract addendum passed by the Board of Town Commissioners at the most recent town meeting. The addendum to the existing contract with Ecotone...
Santa knows that I really look forward to receiving unusual gardening tools as Christmas gifts. Every year, though, it's becoming more difficult for Santa to find ones that I don't already have. By the way, even though I enjoy getting tools as gifts, my...
Tags: Electronics, Hobbies
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