Local Services in Woodbury, CT

March 8 - 10, 2019
Saturday, March 9. 2019 10am-9pm
Sunday, March 10, 2019 10am-6pm
The New England Outdoor Living & Garden Show is not to be missed by Outdoor Lovers, Home Design Followers, Cocktail Enthusiasts & Foodies! Come experience amazing walk through displays from March 8th to March 10th at the WaterFire Arts Center in Providence, Rhode Island. Our talented artists, designers, and gardeners have…

This week Charleston Allergy and Asthma measured high counts of pollen, which is a typical indicator for the Lowcountry that the heavier spring time pollen is just around the corner.

Indoor house plants are affordable, easy care and fit in small homes. Popular species at Nipomo, California, wholesale nursery Pacific Sun Growers include fiddle leaf fig, philodendron and peace lily.

Last week’s column discussed the lack of seed-eating birds at backyard bird feeders.

And so it begins again. Years ago, this was hog-butchering time. Now it has unfortunately become crape myrtle-butchering time.

A list of the top 10 nutrition facts that almost everyone agrees on. Despite all the controversy in nutrition, there are a few widely accepted truths.

This is the time of year when snow birds and tourists return to the island.

New research reveals 800 years of history of the tropics, including how they've shifted over centuries and their connection to climate.

While fall is a time of garden cleanup and planting bulbs and garlic, it's also a perfect time to test your soil.

All plants need water- even those that are tolerant of our summer dry conditions. Water makes up 90-98 percent of every plant we grow. It's needed for photosynthesis, as well as reproduction and defense against pests.

Providing shade and beauty, trees are a joy to behold, but some trees require more maintenance and upkeep than homeowners are willing to give. Invasive or

LISLE, Ill. - The troll dubbed Joe peers out over the Ronald Reagan Memorial Tollway and the suburban sprawl beyond, one hand shielding his brow as…

Marianne C. Ophardt is a horticulturist for the Washington State University Extension and writes a garden column for the Tri-City Herald. She talks about staking trees.

Handrails and Guards must be able to withstand a Uniform Load of 50 lbs/ft or a Concentrated Load of 200 lbs placed at the top

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NAUGATUCK — The Whittemore Library recently received two grants to support programs for youth. The Connecticut Community Foundation awarded the library a $3,000 grant to support a creative writing …

Many of the people who inspect buildings for safety are on the cusp of retirement—and they’re not being replaced.

With 17 Connecticut locations, Ion Bank presents a range of checking and savings accounts for personal and business banking, with many features.

The proposed project would be similar to the seven-story T3 office building in Minneapolis — the largest contemporary wood building in the U.S.

A New Hampshire arborist says trees are already showing signs of distress from the drought conditions, with some even starting to change color and losing leaves, like it’s already fall.

Alan Nagel and his daughter went through seminary and became clergy together. She kids him now, “Those are all the Father’s Day presents for the rest of your life.”

General Secretary Thomas Kemper will be a featured speaker at the National Press Club Newsmakers conference at 10 a.m. Fri., Aug. 19 in Washington, DC. He will share his personal experience of surviving the Istanbul Ataturk Airport attack.

Planting shade trees will help keep your home and yard cooler in the summer heat, saving you both money and energy, while adding wildlife habitat to the neighborhood.