Zimmerman Trail closed for work over the weekend, next week
You'll need to find a different way up and down the Rims this weekend.
How to Convey Authenticity at the Shelf
Over the past several years, we’ve seen an enormous shift in consumer preferences for food and beverage products. Increasingly, shoppers, most notably younger ones, are walking away from large brands perceived to be processed, artificial or mass-produced in favor of options they feel are more authentic, local and “real.” This war on Big Food has led many leading manufacturers to purchase smaller organic brands: The Campbell Soup Company has Bolthouse Farms, Kashi belongs to Kellogg’s, and General Mills has Annie’s Homegrown. Others have made well-publicized changes to product formulations, such as removing artificial colorings and preservatives. Still, growth in smaller brands continues to far outpace that of familiar big brands — look at craft beer versus…
Two weeks after suffering facial fractures, Duke baseball’s Ethan Murray is practicing again
Duke baseball’s Ethan Murray suffered facial fractures when he was hit by a pitch. After surgery, he’s back at practice preparing for the Blue Devils in the 2019 Nashville Super Regional against Vanderbilt.
Aldi's grocery store coming to Peters Township
An Aldi’s grocery store is heading to Peters Township.
Photos: 2019 Topeka Garden Tour
Six Topeka gardens can be viewed during the 2019 Topeka Garden Tour on June 15 and 16. Tickets cost $10 and can be purchased at any of the garden locations on the tour dates. [Photos by Chris Neal and Thad Allton/The Capital-Journal]
Obese mannequins are selling women a dangerous lie
I fear that the war on obesity is lost, or has even, as is fashionable, ceased to exist, for fear of upsetting people into an early grave.
The New Rules of Middle Age, Written by Women
As a new wave of women step into their mid-centuries, books reimagining female midlife are striking a chord. “We’re not going to do our 50s the way everyone’s telling us we’re supposed to,” author Candace Bushnell says.
COLUMN: What if there were no newspaper? Why community journalism is invaluable.
Hazleton YWCA dealing with debts, board chair says
HAZLETON — Financial struggles pose a long-term threat to operations at the local YWCA, as a newly assembled board of directors is scrambling to work with community groups and local stakeholders to address debts that have been uncovered over the past few
NGMC Heart Center losing 12 cardiologists to Northside Hospital
Twelve cardiologists have left The Heart Center of Northeast Georgia Medical Center for Northside Hospital.