January 2019


Eggplant and Prosciutto for Winter


Cold winter days call for healthy meals to brave any snow and icy rains that come our way. That doesn’t mean endless bowls of chili, soups or dull winter meals of root veggies and random meat concoctions. One good alternative [...]


A Beloved Dog, A Stolen Car And A Happy Ending


It started out as a normal day for Mary Harrison—until she briefly left her car running outside of her home with her shihtzu Molly in the backseat and went inside for just a second. When she came back outside, however, [...]


7 Questions to Ask Around Winterizing Outdoor Power Equipment

StV Brings Hope

When the colder weather blows in, it’s often time to put away such outdoor power equipment as lawn mowers, leaf blowers, and trimmers, and get out snow throwers, generators and other small-engine equipment.   Questions To Consider To help home [...]


Girls: Our Time Is Now


No Straw November was officially recognized by the California State Legislature largely because of me, a teenage girl who stood up for what I believe in. Here’s how Girl Scouts helped me get to where I am today. Girl Scouts [...]


Students Lend Their Hands and Hearts To Build Affordable Housing


What happens when you combine students with a shared vision where families can purchase decent and affordable housing? Thousands of high school and college students are helping Habitat for Humanity DeKalb (HFHD) in their vision of “building strength, stability and [...]


5 Tips For Getting the Most Out of Reading To Your Children


While some people worry that the digital age is endangering the printed book, many parents and educators also wonder whether children and teenagers will value reading at all in comparison to using their smartphones, computers and iPads. Although those devices [...]


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