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What does the ‘Farmer’s Almanac’ have to say

This past week we passed from Summer into Autumn. The days and nights are nearly equal – that is what the equinox means. The explosion of color is about to begin. Everyone says that fall will be early this year. I take exception to this. One year we took a “leaf peepers” cruise. That was ...

VA hosting free flu clinics

Veterans who qualify for VA health care can get free, drive-through flu shots at the CBOC on North Warren. There will be two free clinics at the Community Based Outpatient Clinic at the Farm Colony next month — from 8 a.m. to noon Saturday, Oct. 2, and Saturday, Oct. 16. “Free flu shots ...

Audubon Roadside Cleanup set for Saturday

Area residents can help nature and the Audubon Community Nature Center by volunteering at the Autumn Roadside Cleanup. This year’s annual event is Saturday from 8:30 a.m. to noon. Volunteers will collect trash along Route 62 and, if time permits, along Riverside Road. Roadside cleanup is ...

Struthers Wells employee reunion

A reunion for former Struthers Wells employees was held Sept. 18 at the Starbrick Fire Hall. More than 80 people were present, including employees of the plant and the office traveling from as far away as Harrisburg. The eldest employee in attendance was 92-years-old. Another reunion will be ...

Scars remain from 1971 flood in Chester, PA

CHESTER, Pa. (AP) — Eyre Park was a tight and vibrant Chester development where the alumni rhapsodically recall summers of hide-and-seek, water-balloon fights, imprisoning lightning bugs in jars, and frantically chasing down the ice cream trucks in a neighborhood they had never wanted to ...

Youngsville Times

Thursday from 10 to 11 a.m. the Youngsville Public Library will be presenting an outdoor “Bats” program with Chapman State Park, location Pavilion 3, 4790 Chapman Dam Road, Clarendon. The free program will feature a nature story, hands-on exploration, crafts, and interesting information ...