Steadily lengthening days have cast a blush of color to several trees and shrubs in the Piedmont. Certain maples are tinged red, and if you look closely, you’ll see that this hue results from thousands of clusters of tiny flowers just now blooming.
Although we’re typically used to Easter Egg hunts, Saturday there was an Easter Egg rescue. Where you may ask? The answer is Rescue Ranch.
I was on the front porch when you drove by and I waved but that was yesterday, the sun was bright and warm.
More than 1.2 million copies of Dr. Seuss books sold the first week of March after the news six books were being pulled over racial and ethnic stereotyping.
'Selling Sunset' star Mary Fitzgerald insists she's been “too busy” to freeze her eggs - let alone think about pregnancy.
There’s not a one-size-fits-all monarch garden. Although the Field Museum’s project is still fairly new, there are already some findings after a pilot and pandemic season. Participants sent in weekly reports, including the makeup of their garden, and development of eggs and caterpillars.
As your produce ripens and begins to rot, fruit flies are attracted to it and lay up to 500 eggs on the surface of the food. When the eggs hatch and become larvae, they are officially an infestation and continue to feed on the fermenting food. The entire egg-to-adult-fly life cycle takes only a week, so your home can seemingly be pest-free one day and infested the next.
Is this the plot of a soap opera involving penguins? No, it's just another day at DierenPark Amersfoort, a zoo in the Netherlands.
50 years ago Record & Landmark June 8-14, 1970
“…and of every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth…” — Genesis 7:21.
The fast-food chain has been trolling its rivals' morning menus — and it might have a point.
“How do want your eggs?”
HEGINS, Pa. (AP) — Police say more than 136,000 eggs splattered on a road when they shifted and fell out of a tractor-trailer driving through Pennsylvania.
Two-year-old Georgia Padrocky suffers from a condition called food protein-induced enterocolitis syndrome, or FPIES. It's estimated that about one million people suffer from it in the United States alone.
Some chickens lay white shell eggs and some lay brown shell eggs, similar to the way hair color varies in people.