Monday, September 26, 2011
Five things to help you get your day started on the right foot.
1. Today looks to begin with patchy fog, clearing in the afternoon. Highs are expected to be in the upper 70s and lows in the mid 60s. There is only a 30 percent chance of rain. 2. Mr. Rollin Stanley of Montgomery County’s Planning Department will speak about Historic Preservation Strategies at Wheaton Library’s Brown Bag Meeting. 3. If you didn’t get a chance to comment on Richard Parson’s column on Montomery County falling out of the Top Ten list of wealthiest counties in the nation—now’s your chance. 4. Bookmark Wheaton Patch so you can easily come back later today to find out where you can get some great Bites Nearby. 5. Check out these great online coupons for home repair, pizza and more in the Wheaton area.
Thursday, September 15, 2011
Five things to help you plan your day.
1. Temperatures should be much more pleasant with highs expected to be in the mid 70s. It should be sunny in the morning, turning cloudy in the afternoon, with a 50% chance of rain. Evening lows are expected to be in the upper 40s. 2. Check out the 2011 Sonic Circuits Festival of Experimental Music at several locations throughout the area from 5:00 pm. – 12:00 a.m. 3. If you didn’t catch which site plan the Board of Education approved for Wheaton and Edison High Schools, you can find out here. 4. Bookmark Wheaton Patch so you can easily come back to find out what Patch has trained the Viewfinder on this week, as well as the best yard sales in the area! 5. Looking for a good deal on lunch, car care or home repair? Check out some of these …
Tuesday, April 12, 2011
Is clipping coupons part of your family grocery routine?
Wheaton Patch invites you and your circle of friends to help build a community of support for mothers and their families right here in Wheaton. Do you know a Mom (or Dad!) that wants to chat all things parenting? Send 'em over this way, and feel free to suggest topics that are on your mind. Each week in Moms Talk, our Moms Council of experts take your questions, give advice and share solutions. So grab a cup of coffee and settle in as we start the conversation today. Your editor fondly remembers her mother giving her the duty of holding on to the coupons as we went up and down the aisles, but noticed fewer and fewer coupons as our family's eating habits changed. Do you clip coupons? Any extreme couponing fans? What works best in the …