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Florists in Brielle, NJ

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Jan 4, 2020

In California: Rose Parade float celebrates the caregivers among us - USA TODAY

It's Arlene Martínez, with news for your final 2019 edition of In California! I'm so glad we met. Tomorrow, Gabrielle Canon will be here with a roundup of some of 2019's most impactful Golden State stories produced by reporters with the USA TODAY Network. Until then, here are a few of the year's top Central Coast headlines. They include the #doorbelllicker, the Scottish musician who faked his death in Carmel and the farmworker who graduated from CSU Monterey Bay at age 58. In California is a roundup of stories from newsrooms across the USA TODAY Network and beyond. Sign up for M-F delivery here! Rose Parade float honors 41 million caregivers ...

Oct 10, 2019

Dorothy M. Veselsky, 88, Former Longtime Englewood Resident Dies - Englewood, NJ Patch

Hill and her husband Russell; Rashida Isigi; Tara Muhonja Veselsky and her husband Lisandro, and Tara's children Lilianna, Jacob, and Alexander; Brielle Zahn and her husband Robert, and their children Nikolaj, Lunete, and Beatrix; Dale Veselsky; Ryan Veselsky; and Michael. Adored sister to the late John Peters and his wife Phyllis. In lieu of flowers, donations in her name may be made to the Holy Name Healthcare Foundation, 718 Teaneck Road, Teaneck nj 07666. Email: daniel.hubbard@patch.com ...

Oct 26, 2018

Pumpkins, flowers spread Fred Rogers' message of kindness

DeBiase said. With a suggestion from his mother, DeBiase conducted an initial interview in July with Gabrielle Nastuck, who operates Miss Gabi’s Art is Good Studio, an inclusive, noncompetitive center for art education in Latrobe. DeBiase was impressed by what Nastuck, who uses a wheelchair to get around, has accomplished. “She was a perfect (interview) candidate, being from Latrobe and loving Mister Rogers,” he said. DeBiase has interviewed four other exemplary “neighbors,” including Thomas Wallace, director of the Homewood-Brushton YMCA, and Tony Mitchell, the former high school coach who mentored him. He hopes to continue posting new interviews on a monthly basis. “I’ve always admired Mister Rogers,” DeBiase said. “I always watched him from a young age.” He participated in open auditions and is hoping to land a part as an extra in the Rogers biopic starring Tom Hanks that is being filmed in the region. “We need Mister Rogers now more than ever,” DeBiase said. “His legacy of kindness and love, we wanted to make sure it can live on to the next generation of neighbors.” Jeff Himler is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Jeff at 724-836-6622, jhimler@tribweb.com or via Twitter @jhimler_news. Colton DeBiase of Murrysville wears a T-shirt with the slogan “Live Like Fred” on Sept. 30, 2018, at Greensburg’s Art in t...

Oct 12, 2018

Pumpkins, flowers spread Fred Rogers' message of kindness

DeBiase said. With a suggestion from his mother, DeBiase conducted an initial interview in July with Gabrielle Nastuck, who operates Miss Gabi’s Art is Good Studio, an inclusive, noncompetitive center for art education in Latrobe. DeBiase was impressed by what Nastuck, who uses a wheelchair to get around, has accomplished. “She was a perfect (interview) candidate, being from Latrobe and loving Mister Rogers,” he said. DeBiase has interviewed four other exemplary “neighbors,” including Thomas Wallace, director of the Homewood-Brushton YMCA, and Tony Mitchell, the former high school coach who mentored him. He hopes to continue posting new interviews on a monthly basis. “I’ve always admired Mister Rogers,” DeBiase said. “I always watched him from a young age.” He participated in open auditions and is hoping to land a part as an extra in the Rogers biopic starring Tom Hanks that is being filmed in the region. “We need Mister Rogers now more than ever,” DeBiase said. “His legacy of kindness and love, we wanted to make sure it can live on to the next generation of neighbors.” Jeff Himler is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Jeff at 724-836-6622, jhimler@tribweb.com or via Twitter @jhimler_news. Colton DeBiase of Murrysville wears a T-shirt with the slogan “Live Like Fred” on Sept. 30, 2018, at Greensburg’s Art in t...

Apr 6, 2018

The New Greenhouse

The 40-year-old business began with Lorna McGrawth and as the business grew, her daughter and granddaughter Nicola McGrawth and Gabrielle Curling respectively, joined in the amusing business. "We originally entered the business industry through our coffee farm in St Thomas. Farming was an alternative to working a regular nine-to-five. We began wholesaling flowers after a decline in the coffee industry, then we decided to add the business of selling retail floral arrangements to our product offering," Nicola McGrawth said. FLOWER SOURCES The trio brings to your door a wide range of natural and fresh flowers from different areas of the world. With a flourishing anthurium farm in St Thomas, and roses, chrysanthemums, carnations and a variety of other blooms and foliage from Columbia and the United States, The New Greenhouse offers an exciting array of striking flowers. It also uses other flowers that are grown locally. Since its inception, The New Greenhouse continues to experiment with flowers, making thrilling floral arrangements that you cannot refuse. Bouquets, posies, wreaths, and gift-wrapped flowers are some of the creative ways the trio presents their flowers. "We have floral arrangements for all situations. If you want them for birthdays, weddings, anniversaries, to say 'I love you', graduations, or to express sympathy, we have it," Nicola Mcgrawth assured Flair. Choosing the rights flowers to sincerely express your feelings can be tedious, especially if you do not understand the meanings flowers profess. Nicola McGrawth believes that there are several factors that you need to consider befor... (A flower sanctuary in Kingston - Jamaica Gleaner)

Dec 8, 2017

Mueller's Flowers & Gifts reopens in Spring Lake Heights after devastating fire

The fire resulted in "significant damage" to the building, including the shop's greenhouse.After the fire, another florist, Flowers by Rhonda, in Brielle helped them fulfill orders. Next came a search for a location. They found a small storefront at the intersection of Route 71 and Allaire Road. "They were quick to accomodate us," Marta said. "In two days, we were signing a lease." They moved in in October.More: Flower Power's owner still going strong in MiddletownMore: Red Bank florist builds her business anewShow ThumbnailsShow CaptionsLast SlideNext Slide"We were really attached (to the building in Manasquan) and it wasn’t easy to see it all burn up," Marta said. "We are trying our best to make sure that we still provide our customers with the same service and products, especially the things that we knew people liked from us."The owners of the Manasquan building where the shop was located have not made a decision whether to rebuild, Marta said. "We are not sure what is going to happen with the old location but our hope will be that they will rebuild so we can go back."Scroll to the end of this story to see the fire that burned Mueller's.Firefighters surround Mueller's Florist and Gifts on Sunday at Route 71 in Manasquan. (Photo: Amanda Oglesby)Along with the support of the community following the fire, the ability to reopen has given comfort to Marta, Maura and the store's small staff. "It has helped in the healing process to be able to get back to work again," Marta said. "We are trying very hard to maintain as much as w... (Asbury Park Press)