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The “broken heart of Westside”

The Circles neighborhood west of Santa Cruz was founded in 1890 as the Garfield Park State Christian Disciples Campground. Its centerpiece was a park with a tabernacle that also served as a community center, which burned down in 1935,…

See the world, in Canada

Instead of China, try the Vancouver areaWhen Judy Lam Maxwell, the owner of Chinatown historical tours, guides her three-hour food and walking tours of Vancouver's Chinatown ($ 100), she introduces travelers to the neighborhood's private…

Mary Lee Minor and Community Service

Mary Lee Minor is the epitome of Bucyrus beautification. She is the founder of the Earth, Wind and Flowers Garden Club and has also developed Peas in A Pod for junior gardeners.She was new to town, and it was a rough start for the…

History in the market | News, Sports, Jobs

The William F. Gieske house located at 601, rue Lyon Ouest was put on the market. The house is one of two Marshall buildings listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Meetings The Township of Ludlow Budget Hearing for 2022 will be held on Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. at Town Hall. The budget can be viewed by calling Jeanetta Berentz at…

Why geology is our destiny

One day in October 1820, two young men, Elijah Hamlin and Ezekiel Holmes, were walking up a hill in Maine called Mount Mica when they spotted a shiny green stone on the ground. They picked it up and started looking for more, but…

Shakers are also movers

CHATHAM, NY - In a past life, the dying red brick Victorian at the foot of Main Street in this prosperous Columbia County village had been a sanatorium, hotel and tavern, furniture store, and car dealership. These were the warm-up…

Mayhem Summer Museum | Summer guide

Some of you reading this will no doubt remember a time not so long ago when walking through the doors of a museum was as natural and common an experience as doing almost anything else, and time past outside the monuments of the…