Barrington High School Graduate Leads Garden Planting Project for Eagle Scout Project – Chicago Tribune

A new perennial pollinator garden has been established at Community Park in Hawthorn Woods. The garden was planted on June 10th. Kyle Wanca, 18, who graduated from Barrington High School this school year, made the garden his Eagle Scout project with Barrington Boy Scout Troop 10. The garden with 1,000 new plantings is called the … Read more

The conversion market remains stable year-on-year

The National Association of Home Builders/Westlake Royal Remodeling Market Index for the first quarter recorded a score of 86, flat compared to the first quarter of 2021. The result is a signal of home renovators’ confidence in their markets for projects of all sizes. “Business remains strong for most remodelers in early 2022,” said Kurt … Read more


Universal Furniture and renowned lighting and decor company Regina Andrew Detroit, two sponsors of RUE magazine’s Showhome at Serenbe, recently invited interior designers to a series of events in the South Georgia community. Combined with social activities with RUE magazine editors, the invite-only events offered designers access to the show home and a chance to … Read more

Philadelphia 250 named 11 community-focused organizations as semifinalists in its Leave a Legacy grant contest.

Whenever the United States celebrated a milestone birthday, such as the 1976 Bicentennial, all eyes were on Philadelphia, the country’s birthplace. On Tuesday, Philadelphia 250, the nonprofit group leading the city’s planning for the 250th national anniversary in 2026, named 11 community-focused organizations as semifinalists in its Leave a Legacy grant contest. The groups will … Read more

fireworks traffic to get help; Deer poaching suspect released; LCC tag; OSU Participates in Hydropower Upgrade; COVID-19 – Coastal Radio – Florence Oregon News

Fireworks traffic to get help If you’ve experienced the 4th of July traffic in Old Town after the fireworks celebration, you know it can be a bit tiring. For the first time in recent history, the Florence Police Department and West Lane Fire and EMS will assist the flow of traffic exiting the event. Bettina … Read more

A sauna sanctuary in Hudson

By Katherine Lawless Photos by Andrea Rugg The Olson family’s Finnish-style backyard sauna is the perfect sanctuary for a moment of privacy or to entertain visitors. It may be the hottest getaway in western Wisconsin. Nestled in what the Olson family calls “the back 40” for its remoteness is a remote area where wildflowers bloom … Read more

Facebook post ideas to help real estate agents build their brand

According to a 2019 Facebook survey, 65% of new homebuyers say their friends’ home buying posts on Facebook or Instagram influence their decisions. Statistics suggest that real estate agents who are not using these social media channels to increase their digital footprint are missing out. Social media has made it difficult for entrepreneurs across all … Read more

New Hampshire GOP Senate hopefuls pushed for abortion

CONCORD, NH (AP) — Five of the Republican U.S. Senate hopefuls in New Hampshire say they do not support passing federal legislation restricting abortion, though most of them initially sidestepped the issue during its first debate. Donald Bolduc, Bruce Fenton, Vikram Mansharamani, Chuck Morse and Kevin Smith were asked Monday night to respond to the … Read more