Marriage licenses issued recently by the Lee County Register of Deeds include:
If you want to eat a healthy diet, you’ll need to do more than choose the right foods. It’s also important to prepare foods in a healthy way.
Given the fact that “Get Hard” is premised around the offensive prejudices held by one of its lead characters
I had a panicked realization the other day.
Boomer, Senior, Family Caregiver and Veteran events for the week of March 25-31:
There is not one specific group of character traits or abilities that makes a leader great.
Q: Can you tell me why the song “Paint It, Black” sometimes has a comma in it and sometimes doesn’t? What is the correct name of the song?
Got a problem with your grass, your azaleas have white flies, your shrubs are stunted, something is drilling holes in your yard, or you just moved here and want to garden but you don’t know what will live? Who you gonna call?
Hospital visits can be daunting, especially for children, and a calming presence can go a long way in making patients feel more at ease.
As I awake on spring mornings, Mother Nature and Father Sky beckon me.
This archival photograph was originally used in an ad for Buchanan's Furniture Showplace on Feb. 15, 1974.
During the days of Lent, Christians around the world begin to focus on the crucifixion of Jesus.
“ … so that all times they ought to pray and not lose heart.” Luke 18:1b
An electrocardiogram or EKG provides doctors with a simple test that records the electrical activity of the heart. The test may help detect and locate the source of problems within the heart.
Hi, my name is Clinger. I am a sweet Corgi mix and only a little over a year and half.
Sandwiched between two slices of stale sanctimony over Western exploitation of mineral rights in Africa, the meat of “The Gunman” is slathered with thriller tropes, risible dialogue and an undercooked, over-seasoned plot.
Allergy-free gardening, could it be possible? Let’s begin with a lesson in flower structure to find out!
Q: What is the name of the song featured at the end of last week’s episode (“Forget”) of “The Walking Dead”? I thought the song was eerily upbeat as the closing song for the show. It sounded vaguely like something the Monkees would sing.