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wpix.comAnother intense heat wave has descended upon the Tri-State area and according to the National Weather Service, temperatures could hit 110 degrees in areas in New Jersey and are expected to be in the mid to high 90's in New York City. Cooling centers will...
Public Service Commission staffers recommended the regulatory agency approve a dramatically lower rate increase for Florida Power & Light on Wednesday – less than one-third of what the utiltiy has proposed. FPL customers would pay $357 million more...
Content courtesy of the American Geriatrics SocietyWhen the temperature drops around the holidays, older adults run a high risk of health problems related to the cold-including hypothermia, frostbite, falls in ice and snow, and injuries. So it's important that they, and those who care for them, take...
•Scientific name: Justicia carnea •Growth habit: An upright to rounded evergreen shrub, growing to 6 feet tall and 3 feet wide. The leaves are elliptic in shape, dark green and grow to 10 inches long and about half as wide. •Light:...
Tags: Garden Products, Gardening, Florida
Tom's Digs - Orlando SentinelWhat do you expect, it is summer? Spring gardens don’t last forever and my plantings are beginning to decline. Actually the plants look a bit worst than the pictures and most tomatoes have stopped producing – some are declining. The pepper...
Like many South Floridians, Mark Bykoski relies heavily on cooled air to combat heat and humidity inside his condominium. But that cold relief comes with a few headaches when determining who is legally responsible for insuring, repairing and replacing...
There wasn't much green to be seen in the Greenleaf subdivision southwest of Orlando earlier this spring. But that is rapidly changing as several residents lay lush new sod over their winter-brown lawns. "The cold weather killed off most of the grass....
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Editor's note: This is the second of a two-part series on natural ventilation and cooling tips. With natural ventilation the trick is to open a building to the elements when the outside conditions are within the right temperature and humidity range to...
The huge water main break that flooded Dundalk has spawned another outpouring - one of local generosity: from "Len the Plumber," who has given and installed 32 hot water heaters to replace damaged ones, to a couple who were preparing to downsize for their...
Can it be that goji, the supposed legendary miracle fruit of ancient Tibet, is being grown in Dinuba? Nothing is surprising when it comes to this tiny orange berry. Virtually unknown in the United States five years ago, it is now seemingly everywhere,...
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When I wrote a column recently about my questions about organic produce, I expected that I'd get a lot of mail. Especially after I started with the statement: "I don't believe in organics." Organics is an article of faith for a lot of people and what I...
Q: I planted a few tomato transplants recently and found the stems eaten off at the ground a few days later. What could have caused this? A: Sounds like cutworms. Cutworms are the larvae (caterpillars) of several species of night-flying moths in the...
Tags: Garden Products, Gardening, Death, Tomatoes
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