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These local pets are looking for a home. more
While most of the dazzling color from the fall foliage display in Central New York has been raked up and is awaiting collection by the curb, there remain some pockets of color. more
With all the work we already did in our gardens this year, chances are you’re tired out. It’s easy to go dormant like our plants. more

Officials in the town of Floyd are reminding residents that while Tuesday, Nov. 8, is Election Day, garbage pickup in the town will remain on its regular schedule. more
The William Mattar law offices has kicked off its annual Rescue a Shelter Animal campaign, which seeks to raise awareness and support for area shelters and the animals they serve. more
Hold off before throwing that porch pumpkin into the trash along with Halloween candy wrappers. Those jack-o’-lanterns don’t have to end up in the local landfill. Consider composting pumpkins in … more
While virtual exercise events have become popular over the last few years to encourage outdoor time and activity during winter months, one challenge adds a unique environmental twist. more
The Town of Western Historical Society will host the presentation, CNY Hops, Birth, Death and Rebirth of an Agricultural Industry by Madison County Historian Matthew Urtz. more
St. John’s Lutheran Church, 502 W. Chestnut St., will host its annual holiday bazaar from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 5. more
Birch Wealth Management will sponsor Rome Art and Community Center’s Holiday House Ladies Night, to be held 6-9 p.m. Friday, Nov. 18 at the art center, 308 W. Bloomfield St. more
The AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety’s American Driving Survey quantifies daily driving habits in the U.S., and its most recent survey reveals some interesting trends. more
These local pets are looking for a forever home. more
Forcing is the term used to describe a process that stimulates flower bulbs to bloom out of season. Forcing bulbs at home is a fun way to enjoy flowers indoors during the winter months. more
Signs of autumn are most apparent in colder climates, where fall foliage sets the landscape ablaze. more
Town of New Hartford highway department crews have begun to replace outdated drainage facilities. more
Kathy Chiarmonte, from the Clinton Garden Club and board member of District 5 of the Federated Garden Clubs of New York State, will speak about two World Gardening Projects. more
With the Halloween season in full swing, the National Fire Protection Association has some tips and guidelines for keeping your home fire safe even as you celebrate the holiday. more
A local lighting company has created a chandelier design that is featured in a Rhode Island restoration project. more
These local pets are looking for a family. more
Pumpkins are a warm season vegetable grown throughout the United States. Besides being used as jack-o-lanterns, pumpkin is great to eat in pies, breads, butters, soups and more. more
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