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Sep 14, 2016

Broward spraying for mosquitoes on Monday

Kiar said. The aerial spraying will take place in portions of Hallandale Beach, Pembroke Pines, Hollywood, Tamarac, Margate and in the Central County Municipal Services District between 1 and 6 a.m. Monday. VectoBacWDG, the biological product that will be using during the spraying, does not kill live mosquitoes. Instead, it kills mosquito larvae that breeds in standing water, said Ahn Ton, director of Broward County Highway and Bridge Maintenance, which includes mosquito control. The Aedes aegypti mosquito, which carries Zika, is drawn toward containers filled with standing water, which is why the county is using the biological larvicide. Because there is currently no active transmission of the Zika virus in Broward, county and health officials believe one of the best ways to prevent a potential cluster is by eliminating larvae using this method. VectoBacWDG is not harmful to humans, pets, bees, aquatic habitats or environmentally sensitive areas, but officials recommend that residents with breathing difficulties stay indoors as a precautionary measure. Broward's announcement comes on the same day that aerial spraying for live mosquitoes in Miami was completed following protests surrounding the controversial pesticide used, known as naled. Critics say naled can lead to fetal birth defects and other health problems, but the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Environmental Protection Agency maintain the pesticide is safe for humans and has been used to control mosquito populations for a long time. Also on Friday, the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services confirmed that a fourth sample of mosquitoes from Miami Beach has tested positive for Zika. On Sept. 1, three mosquito samples from the same area tested positive for the virus, the first conclusive evidence that local Zika transmission was taking place in the continental United States. The areas scheduled to be sprayed in Broward include: Tamarac, from McNab Road to... (Sun Sentinel)

Jul 14, 2016

Thanking the police with flowers, cookies, pats on the back

When Sheyla Carrillo picked up her 9-year-old daughter Adriana after work on Monday, Adriana told her she wanted to do something nice for the Pembroke Pines police. “She’s very keen on what’s going on,” Carrillo said, referencing the recent shootings in Dallas that left five police officers dead and seven more wounded. So Carrillo drove her daughter and her two nieces — 7-year-old Marisol and 4-year-old Evelyn — to Publix, and let the girls pick out chocolate chip and sugar cookies, blueberry muffins and chocolate cupcakes. “They would’ve kept buying more had it not been that we couldn’t carry any more,” Carrillo said, laughing. From there, they drove to the department and delivered the treats and a handmade card to a group of surprised and grateful police officers. South Florida police have been on the receiving end of several gestures of gratitude over the past few days after the Dallas shootings. Those shootings came as police across the country were contending with growing anger after last week’s deaths of Philando Castile and Alton B. Sterling, two black men shot and killed by police officers. Castile was shot during a... (Miami Herald)

Apr 28, 2016

Six homes and Marie Bowen Gardens included on Petersburg Garden Club's Historic Garden Day Tour

Colonial and Federal eras. Among them are a number of early Petersburg examples, including a c.1790-1800 mahogany card table and a rare cherry Pembroke table (c.1790). A carved mahogany New York tilt-top tea table (c.1780) graces the "Petersburg Room," while a 1775 Pennsylvania tall case clock (with a DuPont family provenance) keeps time in the entrance hall. The walls throughout display paintings and engravings from the 19th and early 20th centuries. Simple plantings around the building are magnolias and boxwoods, encompassed by a picket fence. House owner: Alexander C.Graham Jr. Strachan-Harrison House • Strachan-Harrison House, located at 501 High Street, Petersburg, is immediately recognizable as the house on High Street with the expansive front lawn. The Strachan-Harrison House was built by Halcott Pride in 1760 atop a rise overlooking the Appomattox River. This Dutch Colonial is a standout since it is all red with a red tin roof. The builder bequeathed the house to his daughter, Mrs. Alexander Strachan, and it remained in the family until 1860 when it was sold to the Harrisons. In 1936, the Harrisons deeded the house to Grace Church, which occupied the front yard and the home was used as a parish house. The church was torn down in 1959 and the home and land went to private owners. The home is a two-story structure that is only one room deep and six rooms wide. Most of the heart pine floors, single-board wainscoting, locks, moldings, and doors are original. The home has numerous dependencies: a carriage house, potting shed, barn with fenced pasture, gazebo, and guest house. Large, aged boxwood and numerous specimen plants surround the two-acre residence. House owner: Dana Ballenger. Mueller House • Mueller House, located at 20024 Chesdin Harbor Drive, South Chesterfield, a traditional home, emphasizing the Craftsman style, is an entertainer’s delight. Owner-designed with three stories, it was built in 2009, providing views of Lake Chesdin from three sides. A formal dining room and study open into a great room with kitchen and lounging areas. The glass doors and glass transoms provide floor-to-ceiling views. Custom archways and trey ceilings lend personality and complement the eclectic décor. The second-floor master bedroom features a sitting area with two adjoining walk-in closets. The owners’ love of the Caribbean is evident in the basement, which includes a theatre and bar that opens to an outdoor patio and another kitchen area. Four decks overlook the evergreens, gardenias, weeping cherry trees and dogwoods which border the lake. Perennials, annuals and roses fill the mulched front entrance area. House owners: Cathy and Kenny Mueller Kramer House • Kramer House, located at 20239 Oak River Court, South Chesterfield, is an owner-designed three-story lakefront home with stone walls flanking the entrance and grounds and a circular drive with a water and boulder feature. The outside has custom wood-stained siding with dimensional shutters. French doors provide an entrance to a marble floor and formal living room featuring 17th-century... (Progress Index)

Apr 22, 2016

Monday's school roundup: Archbishop Williams honors fallen teammate

Waltham 10, Watertown 9 — Senior captain Stephen Millerick had three goals for the Hawks (3-2), one of which was the winner in overtime. Baseball Pembroke 8, East Bridgewater 4 — Sophomore Sam Hamer pitched five innings for the win and was backed by Connor Pijanowski’s three RBIs as Pembroke defeated East Bridgewater to capture the Hull baseball tournament for the first time in school history. Brookline 6, Boston Latin 0 — Senior Jonas Webler threw a five-hitter with four strikeouts and didn’t walk a batter. Quincy 14, South Boston 0 — Kevin Fitzgerald, Griffin Lynch, Matt Jonah, and Tim Walsh combined to throw a no-hitter and strike out 11. Xaverian 4, Walpole 1 — With a scoreless tie in the top of the 11th and the bases loaded, junior Vicente Mendoza hit a two-run single to lift the Hawks (4-1). Abington 4, Archbishop Williams 3 — Behind by a run in the top of the seventh, Shawn Donovan hit a bases-loaded double to put the Green Wave (3-1) ahead for good. St. John’s Prep 5, Lincoln-Sudbury 2 — Senior Sean McGinnis had a three-run home run to help seal the victory for the Eagles (4-1). Softball Tewksbury 6, North Reading 3 — Junior Erica Whynot scattered eight hits and senior third baseman Kirsten Dick had a home run. Abington 4, Whitman-Hanson 1 — Colleen Kearns hit a two-run home run and Lauren Nelligan stole home on a pickoff attempt to help propel the Green Wave (3-0). Cardinal Spellman 9, Bishop Fenwick 0 — Freshman pitcher Jordyn Needle scattered three hits and struck out 10 in a complete-game shutout for the Cardinals (2-1). Austin Prep 9, Winchester 1 — Sophomo...

Feb 3, 2016

A first ever sighting in Pembroke area

During the Pembroke Christmas Bird Count held in December, the Pembroke area had its first ever sighting of a Black-throated Grey Warbler. This western warbler was found on Morrison Island and was identified by Bruce Dilabio. Unfortunately, after the initial sighting, the bird could not be found again. As this bird is technically in Quebec, it is recorded as only the seventh sighting of this bird in that province. The Black-throated Grey Warbler (Dendroiea nigrescens) is a native of the south-west United States. Its streaked plumage acts as a camouflage in the southern coniferous and scrub oak forests where it resides. The male Black-throated Grey Warbler has a black and white head, a black chin, throat and upper parts. It has two white wing bars, white under parts, and extensive white in the outer tail feathers. The female looks similar, but has a white throat and mostly grey colouring where the male shows black. This warbler is found alone or in pairs during the summer. In the fall, it will joi... (Pembroke Daily Observer)

Feb 3, 2016

Raiders rout Rams on the road

Lavell Ellerbe goes up for a jump hook in the paint against Purnell Swett on Tuesday night. Story Tools: Social Media: Tweet PEMBROKE — In the previous meeting between Richmond Senior and Purnell Swett, both teams combined for 221 points in the Raiders’ win in Rockingham. Tuesday night’s game at Purnell Swett was high-scoring for the Raiders, but a sluggish start led to the Rams’ demise. The Raiders claimed an 107-50 win over the Rams to keep themselves in contention in the Southeastern Conference title race. “We just really emphasized things in practice we could improve on,” Richmond coach David Laton said. “I think our press is a lot better.” The win keeps Richmond two games behind Scotland for first place with four games left, including the regular-season finale at home against the Scots. “It’s keeping us in the hunt,” Laton said. “As the season goes on, there’s going to be more and more people knocking each other off, so this win is important.” Richmond (12-8, 4-3 SEC) was led by Lavell Ellerbe with 18, Malik Flowers with 15 and Jaylon Terry with 14. After going neck-and-neck with Richmond for the first two minutes and leading 8-6 after a ...


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