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May 1, 2020

Businesses During Coronavirus: Flower Truck Launches 2nd Season - Babylon Village, NY Patch

Coffee to offer a special bundle for Mother's Day. She also partnered with North Fork Doughnut Co, Bango Bowls and Coastal Kitchen and Cocktail in Bay Shore for a Mother's Day Brunch package. "There's strength in partnering with like-minded businesses," Rutigliano said. Rutigliano says she wants people to know they are still open and ready to serve the community. While weddings have been cancelled, Rutigliano said she still has delivered small bouquets and boutonniere for people who chose to have smaller "quarantine" or "social-distancing" weddings during this time. The business is also booking events for the fall and next year, with the hope that the flower truck season will start sooner rather than later. "Stay strong, hang in there, we're here for you to bring a little bit of joy during these times and we're all in this together and we all have to support each other and the more we can look after our small businesses and help out our community the better," she said.

Mar 23, 2018

Brian J. Cantwell: Turn a Skagit Tulip Festival tour into a good day of biking, hiking

Snee Oosh Road (a runner-up for good road names). At 3 miles, watch for the small parking lot on the right; Discover Pass required.— Padilla Bay Shore Trail is a 21/4-mile dike-top path for pedestrians and cyclists that explores what is considered the most diverse, least-disturbed and most biologically productive of all major estuaries feeding the Puget Sound basin — despite the proximity of Anacortes oil refineries. Padilla and nearby Samish Bay support one of the largest known wintering populations of peregrine falcons in North America.From Highway 20, go north on Bayview Edison Road 0.8-mile to a trailhead. (Another trailhead is at 11404 Bayview Edison Road.)Follow your explorations with a stop at the nearby Breazeale Interpretive Center of the Padilla Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve, whose research spotlights the shallow bay’s 8,000-acre eelgrass meadow, the second largest on North America’s Pacific Coast. It’s treasured as a nursery for juvenile salmon, crab and herring (10441 Bayview Edison Road; free).Raise a glassEnd up back in La Conner, where there are plenty of choices for lunch or an apres-tulip snack, with a chance to raise a glass to the floriculture gods.La Conner Brewing Co. (117 S. First St.,, is one of my favorite spots (ahh, the garlic rosemary potato wedges), with its own tonsil-pleasing brews. Or head for La Conner Pub & Eatery (formerly La Conner Tavern, which fit it better) if you prefer to look out at boats passing on Swinomish Channel (702 First St.,, of course, toast your obsession, your awe, your once-a-year love affair with flower farming.©2018 The Seattle Times—————TO SUBSCRIBE TO ADVENTURE AND FITNESSThis column/content is for subscribers only. It is sold separately and is not included in your Tribune News Service subscription. To subscribe, please contact Rick DeChantal at Tribune Content Agency,... (Twin Falls Times-News)

Mar 8, 2018

Flower Show exhibits offer advice on protecting watershed

Watershed," which offers a scaled down version of the path of the Delaware River, from headwaters in the Pocono Mountains, to the Delaware bay shore where the river empties into the Atlantic Ocean. To demonstrate how the river becomes polluted during that 388-mile stretch, 1,200 plastic tubes hang from the ceiling, their color transitioning along the way."Here the tubes are more blue," said exhibit guide Cari Wild, of the New Jersey Natural Lands Trust, pointing to the tubes at the headwaters. "As the water works through the watershed, you have streams bringing agricultural runoff and stormwater runoff. You're adding sedimentation and other kinds of pollutants into the river, so you have an addition of (green and gray) color."On the bottom of each tube is a mirror reflecting the visitors below, which Wild said represents the role we each play in affecting the Delaware."It's seeing yourself reflected in the watershed: What you do, your actions, contribute to the health of the watershed," she said.Wild said the issues facing Bucks and Burlington counties, along the middle stretch of the river, are primarily agricultural and stormwater runoff, and some industrial discharges. Significant pollution stems from towns struggling to control "combined sewer overflows," which occur when rains overwhelm sewer pipes and cause waste to run untreated into waterways.Wild said residents can limit these pollution sources by installing a rain barrel at their home, using permeable pavers for landscaping, buying recyclable products, limiting pesticide use, and even picking up after their dogs.Elsewhere, other exhibitors offered additional advice. An installation made by environmental design students at Temple University's Ambler campus focused on the Schuylkill River, highlighting its chronological journey from marshland to coal shipping to lock system to the present."Most people don't know the Schuylkill River is actually tidal," said Ciara Vellers, a junior at Temple and landscape architecture major. "It's hidden within the city, there's concrete walls on all sides."Villers urged Delaware Valley residents to preserve forestland in order to limit erosion and sedimentation from polluting the watershed, to redouble their efforts not to litter, and to use native plants that promote healthy soil, which also protects drinki... (Bucks County Courier Times)

Jun 2, 2017

King Kullen Expands Its Shop OnLine Delivery Service

Nassau County, many parts of Suffolk County, and select areas of Queens. Pickup service is available at the Bay Shore, Bridgehampton, Garden City Park and Island Park store locations. King Kullen's Shop OnLine program makes grocery shopping easy and convenient. Trained personal shoppers choose the freshest perishables and quality grocery items for customers who have ordered groceries online. This personalized service is available to customers in many parts of Long Island and several neighborhoods in Queens. King Kullen's Shop OnLine allows customers to place a grocery order as far out as two weeks, or with as little as four hours' notice. Joseph W. Brown, King Kullen's Senior Vice President of Sales and Merchandising, commented that it is rare to find a same-day grocery delivery service on Long Island, let alone one where personal shoppers pick items with such a high level of care.The Bay Shore King Kullen now offers delivery to Amityville, Babylon, Bay Shore, Bellmore, Brentwood, Brightwaters, Commack, Copiague, Deer Park, East Islip, East Massapequa, Farmingdale, Islip, Islip Terrace, Lindenhurst, Massapequa, Massapequa Park, Merrick, North Bellmore, North Great River, North Massapequa, North Merrick, North Wantagh, Oakdale, Plainedge, Seaford, Wantagh, West Babylon, West Islip, West Sayville, Wheatley Heights and Wyandanch. The Bridgeh...

Feb 2, 2016

Gaston County property sales Dec. 28-31

Katherine Beasley, property at 6033 Bountiful St., Belmont, $210,000 Live Well Homes to Christopher and Crystal Davis, property at 121 Bay Shore Drive, Belmont, $289,000 Donnie and Mary Riddle to Michael and Nancy Burelle, property at 9116 Shorewood Place, Belmont, $225,000 NW Lake Wylie to Mary and Christopher Vasiliou, property at 309 Cape August Place, Belmont, $375,000 Page 2 of 2 - NW Lake Wylie to Fairwood Construction, property at 233 Cape August Place, Belmont, $325,000 NW Lake Wylie to ARH Models, property at 225 Cape August Place, Belmont, $325,000 William and Alice Johnson to James and Wendy McGinnis, property at 5038 Cramer Woods Drive, Gastonia, $295,000 Jacob and Brooke Riske to William and Madison Coble, property at 110 Cedar St., Belmont, $148,500 Wanda Pleasant to Kathleen Kaiser, property at 2509 Cove Creek Road, Gastonia, $90,000 Luther and Peggy Robertson to Providence Management, property at 520 Treasure Lane, Gastonia, $115,000 Blake and Jaclyn Bost to Andrew Elliott, property at 1501 Perfection Ave., Belmont, $118,000 Hilary and Andrew Robertson to Blake and Jaclyn Bost, property at 1045 Willow Wind Drive, Gastonia, $128,000 Charles and Kathryn Gray to Gregory Scott and Andrea Sellers, property at 3108 Glacier Court, Gastonia, $309,000 A&A to Ann Turner, property at 1225 Union Road, Gastonia, $490,000 Live Well Homes to Kristofer and Melissa Smith, property at 2612 Lakefront Drive, Belmont, $401,500 Patricia Bracken to Ronald and Renee Korbas, property at 129 Devine St., Stanley, $173,000 Lennar Carolinas to Jennifer Sigmon, property at 3286 Yarmouth Lane, Gastonia, $135,000 Christine Hill to Peter and Tena Mondesir, propety at 7222 Pompano Place, Cramerton, $173,500 Francis and Tara Morley to Tawana and Marvie Walker, property at 1319 Park Lane, Gastonia, $262,000 Jerry and Peggy Bostic to Hilary and Derek Smith, property at 1283 Cambridge Ave., Gastonia, $150,000 Bonterra Builders to Hai-xiang Fang and Sai-jun Xia, property at 506 Lakeview Drive, McAdenville, $300,500 Anthony and Jennifer Sigmon to Jason and Lindsay Nelson, property at 3640 Brentwood Drive, Gastonia, $385,000 Jason Sain to Anthony and Rosalind Bynum, property at 5206 Sunriver Road, Gastonia, $185,000 ... (Gaston Gazette)

Dec 30, 2015

Another Freeze Warning Issued as Cold Snap Continues

Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Mateo, Santa Clara and Sonoma counties. The NWS Freeze Warning does not include San Francisco or the bay shoreline. The day after Christmas, residents of Novato woke up to frost on their lawns and cars. It was cold enough for ice to form in Dublin. Temperatures early Saturday are expected to drop down as low as 28 degrees in Napa, 29 in Walnut Creek, 31 in San Jose and 31 in Gilroy. Published at 8:04 AM PST on Dec 26, 2015 ... (NBC Bay Area)