New York is just one of the privileged cities which will be able to participate in the 'Make Music Day' festival. The festival aims to celebrate music and the making of music all over the world, and what better way...
Misty Norris, 36, is a one-armed woman who shares her troubled past, but what she’d always wanted to tell people is putting emphasis on faith, hoping for tomorrow, not only for her, but all those around her at the...
Last week, Eric Scott Fisher learned that he would become the next We Care executive director as he hopes to maximize his background in multimedia in raising the profile of We Care both within the local community and the...
Charlene Perrone and Joel Green are on a current mission to visit more families, sharing and sitting down on Sunday dinners with their senior loved ones. A new research indicates that 50%  of surveyed families who are living close...
Local residents, including visitors in the city can now spend their Wednesday afternoons, having picnics and listening to local music on a designated lawn of the county courthouse downtown. The city’s “Lunchtime on the Lawn” is a pervious program, which...
More wineries are starting to devote their time and sources in providing a wide array of fare, helping the guests to better spend their time by offering light to complex choices of wines. There are growing picnic grounds, offering...
Wally and Shirley Thom at the young age of 24 moved to the city in 1955. They opened the Thom Floor Covering, of which would begin their joyous and successful life. The couple loved the community, while the community loved...
Last fall, Don Fix, a mail carrier noticed something wrong in the Nelson’s home, saying that the mailbox was full, while a guy from the Meals on Wheels program was also there, but claimed nobody would answer the door. As...
Last Thursday, beachgoers were delighted and in awe as a mother whale and her baby was spotted playing near the coastlines of the Lantern Village. The gray whales drew so much attention; hence the county’s Sheriff Harbor Patrol went...
The previous Ceres Community Project space, located at 330 South Main Street has been converted into a Muir’s Tea Room that was opened by Christine Dzilvelis. The owner of the newly opened space was basically inspired by the conservationist...

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A historic site in the town of Oyster Bay has received 50 brand new signs. Sagamore Hill is a National Historic Site, and a...
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