Articles in Lifestyles
A pack of unruly street kids will change a community’s perspective of Christmas through a play within a play.
The annual Trio fundraiser is once again preparing to help local nonprofits stretch their resources to assist those in need.
A ballroom filled with Christmas trees, a cookie walk, auctions for designer-purse packages and a week-ending gala with dinner and dancing are all part of this year’s Christmas Tree Festival.
When longtime Seneca High School career counselor Karen Trammell made the move to West-Oak High School a year ago, one important area of focus for her was getting students to apply for college — and the scholarships that go with it.
When Greg Harris purchased an old house on John Street last year, he saw it as a place where he could refinish and sell mid-century and antique furniture.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas at the World of Energy, with the main lobby full of trees decorated by local nonprofits.