Biopesticides (also called bioscience products) are pesticides that are found in nature. Do you remember studying how the black walnut tree exudes its own preemergent herbicide (juglone that causes an allelopathic effect) to keep other plant life from growing underneath it and competing with it? This is definitely the way of the future!
In the late 1900s, many libraries started to expand services for children. With this new development came extra activities and programs for these youngsters. This was also the period when a few very smart librarians acknowledged the fact that during the summer months, when schools were closed, children needed the opportunity to continue practicing …
Want your family to have a super summer? Volunteer!
Holiday time is nearly over (big sigh of relief), which means I can again make time for some serious reading as my thoughts turn to the new year.
This article originally ran in the Moultrie News in 1995. It is amazing to look back and see the changes that have occurred over the last 18 years. …
A little Internet research helped me discover that Earth’s beaches contain roughly 5,000 billion billion, or 5 sextillion, grains of sand (props to quickanddirtytips.com).
We open our hearts to others during the holidays, but what happens after the holidays are over? Many people go back to their normal routines, stress of everyday life, sorrows, grumpiness, etc.
For those of us opposed to the concept of nationalized health care, learning the shameful way that Obamacare was forced on us was like pouring salt …
Fall is for planting, so here is a recipe for amending the soil for flower beds. You could use the same recipe for trees and shrubs with some slight modification. Test soil first, if possible, and wait 30 days to plant if you're able.
Ahoy there, Jack Sparrow! Ye might have known some of the patriarchs of Charleston’s most illustrious families.
My elementary school held a mock presidential election in the fall of 1980.
I would like to start this week’s article with a shout out to Charleston RiverDogs’ head grounds superintendent Mike Williams. Mike (Riley Park) won the South Atlantic Leagues’ Field of the Year honors for 2014.
Don't you just love a good dysfunctional family story? Doesn't everyone? Well, I do, anyway.
Note: This is the first in a series of articles on the plantations that once dotted the lands east of the Cooper.
Meet Christian Colon, full-time library assistant in the circulation department, and one of Mount Pleasant Regional's newest staff members. Christian …
I love food, but I'm a terrible cook. I don't like to cook. I don't have the patience for it. Frankly, I'd rather be reading a book.
They boast about how they “bring home the bacon.” They take credit for new buildings, new parks and new programs for which they've secured public funding. But all too often, politicians forget to thank the people who made it possible – the taxpayers.