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Farmers don’t take a break when the weather is rainy, and neither does the Plum Hill School community, which flocked to Slough Farm in Katama Sunday...

Everyone is complaining about the wet and chilly weather. I’m not one of them.

Last Friday evening the rain, thunder and lightning could almost be called biblical.

The old refrain “April showers bring May flowers” has taken on a whole new meaning.

The Food Equity Network is an informal coalition of volunteers, social service agencies, faith communities and other nonprofits working together...

I took advantage of this past Monday’s weather. It was my last opportunity to make bread before the onslaught of full-on gardening.