November 26, 2021

A dream for Dwyer

September 4, 2021

Walking along Little York Lake, it may be hard to imagine a gazebo once sat right on the water, where you’d be greeted by the sounds of families picnicking, children playing and music flowing from […]

‘We’ve beaten milfoil back’

July 10, 2021

Green water saturated with tangled weeds and litter is not ideal for a weekend fishing venture. A few years ago, homeowners along Little York Lake couldn’t launch their boats, the water was so crowded with […]

Pandemic spurs interest in outdoors, environment

April 17, 2021

When the COVID-19 pandemic began more than a year ago, people stayed home either through state or federal orders or because their schools or employers told them to. More people home meant fewer people driving […]

Standing against invasives

June 26, 2020

The Little York Lake Preservation Society is preparing to treat parts of the Preble lake in July for an invasive algae after treating part of the lake in June for a different aquatic plant. “We […]

Groups seek use of Dwyer Park

June 10, 2020

The picnic pavilions remain cordoned off Tuesday and their picnic tables are tipped on end, but picnic tables dot the rest of the park, not quite one per grill. Children splashed in the creek and […]

Fiber Arts Festival supports theater

October 14, 2019

Darle Balfoort’s cats are catnip-crazed. Their preferred mode of delivery: catnip mice, or small sewn replicas of mice that are stuffed full of catnip. Saturday morning, Balfoort bought two — one for each cat — […]