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Where your honey came from

Next morning, he hauls his trailer over to Wilbanks Apiary. Wilbanks has close to 10,000 hives, but it produces no honey. What it produces is bees, and that’s what Woronecki has come for.

Long-term care facilities find new activities for residents

DAYBREAK :: Koster :: 5/16/20 :: Residents of StoneRidge, a senior living community, walk to the next performance by Top Hat and Tails club on the community grounds Saturday, May 16, 2020, in Mystic.  Saturday the club, a canine freestyle group where people dance with their dogs and participate in competitions, performed in several of the courtyard areas of the community so people that didn´t want to walk to each location could watch from their porch or balcony. (Dana Jensen/The Day)

Activities professionals are coming up with new and creative ways to help residents of long-term health care facilities and senior living communities stay intellectually and physically stimulated and during the coronavirus pandemic.

Your quarantined pet may be acting odd. Here's how to help.

By clinging, chewing, barking or otherwise acting odd, pets are signaling their own struggles to cope with less privacy and more anxious people, animal behaviorists say.




Marching into history

The piece lamented how rapidly local Civil War veterans were dying, and it listed the deceased — hundreds of them — by town and place of burial.

Rick's List — Call Me Rob Edition

Why do fighter pilots get to have all the cool names?