Walking trail will boost parks system

Work began Monday on the newest addition to Brookhaven’s system of parks. Bulldozers and dump trucks swarmed around tree-shaded Bicentennial Park as soil was excavated ... Read more

Leaders need to say ‘yes’ to our elderly

With more and more baby boomers entering or nearing retirement, concerns can only grow in coming years about where this surging population of seniors will ... Read more

‘From sun up until we couldn’t see’

Editor’s Note: This is the second in a series of columns reflecting on the events surrounding Hurricane Katrina in the local area. It took going ... Read more

Zoning dispute brings hard questions

One can easily understand the concern of residents in a neighborhood when zoning changes are being considered. Zoning is vital to a community in that ... Read more

Education includes learning common sense

Students returned to school this past week to begin another year of learning and preparation for life in our constantly changing world. As I think ... Read more

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