Featured News

NYC Couple Finds Missing Wedding Rings With Help of Friendly Sanitation Workers

According to the Knot’s 2014 Real Weddings Study, the average length of an engagement is 14 months. But once the wedding is done and over with, besides photos and memories, all the couple has is their wedding ring as a physical token of their marriage. Shannon Lombardo thought her and her husband’s wedding rings were […]

Featured News

Rockland Lake State Park Gets a $13 Million Dollar Makeover

The Rockland Lake has been a family friendly area for generations, and it offers boats, pools, a water splash park, and large water slides that keep families cool during the harsh summer heat. And it is now getting a makeover. A $13 million dollar makeover to be exact, full of upgrades, new facilities, and even […]

Featured News

Smaller Fishing Boats Struggling to Compete With Industrial Vessels in Gulf of Maine

Regulators are debating federal scallop fishing grounds in the Gulf of Maine. “That would be devastating,” said Captain Jim Wotton, who has been dragging heavy bags of valuable clams for a long time. The Gulf of Maine has a federal limit for small-boat fisherman already. “They’re taking our future. There won’t be anything for us […]

Featured News

Proposed EPA Cuts Could Be Disastrous For NYC

Many businesses feel they need to do their part to preserve the planet. Not only could they help reverse the negative effects of climate change, but they could also attract customers by doing so. In fact, 52% of people around the world say they make purchasing decisions due to, in part, packaging that shows a […]

Featured News

The People of Ferguson Have Mandated the Use of Police Body Cams for Good

The global dashboard camera market was valued at around $1.4 billion back in 2013, but since that time police departments all over the country have been aggressively purchasing new types of cameras. While police body cameras get more attention in the media, that’s just one of the ways police departments are investing in increased accountability. […]

Featured News

Community Garden Provides Health Benefits and Improves Overall Quality of Life in Community

Community gardens aren’t just beautiful, they can also be a great way to combat local hunger issues. Pryor Creek Community Garden in Oklahoma is helping at-risk children and senior citizens ensure they are getting adequate amounts of food every single day. According to The Pryor Daily Times, along with the Mayes County HOPE Coalition, the […]