It wasn't the five-bedroom, 7,000-square-foot house with three fireplaces that wowed Dirk and Marie Antoinette Boot. Rather, it was the sunny, two-acre property with a sports court, swimming pool, and where the house was situated that convinced this family of four to do a cross-town move.
A strong sense of community is paramount to us, both in our business and personal life,” says Julie Milligan, who says she and husband Alex discovered this sense of community on their first day in Ridgefield, when their son Pierce was only one week old.
For decades, electric cars have been a sideshow, a novelty act, a blip on the automotive sales chart. But over the next five years, electric vehicles—EVs—will make up 25 percent to 30 percent of vehicle sales, and the consequences are, well, shocking.
There was always music playing in my house,” says Sam Gravitte, the RHS graduate who in February began playing Fiyero in Broadway’s Wicked.
Wildflowers are naturally beautiful, and attract birds, butterflies, bees, and other pollinators to your garden.
How do you recycle books or a handful of crayons? Here are some fun ideas for putting hard-to-recycle items to good use.
A small group of parishioners from St. Mary Parish in Ridgefield volunteer in Santa Maria de Jesus, Guatemala.
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the passing of the 19th Amendment, which gave women the right to vote. We reached out to local influencers—from the young to the not so young, from the political left to the right - to find out what needs to change in order to make America more equitable.
Geoffrey Morris | May/June Caitlin Kinnunen has spent so much [...]