Fox Run
Think outside the house, encourages Personal Moving Consultant Mary Wolfe, who helps futureFox Runresidents sell their homes and move.
Highland Springs
Howard Van and Charlotte Chatsey Vandevender recently moved toHighland Springs, theErickson communityin Dallas, Tex. The decision to move took them over three years. Van wasn t much for it, Mrs.

In 1985, an environmental protection group called Clean Ocean Action launched the region s first Beach Sweep program to rid the New Jersey shoreline of unsightly and environmentally harmful litter. Today, the program has expanded into one of the longest running cleanups of its kind in the world.

Ann's Choice

For many, summer consisted of schools hibernating, crickets humming, and people vacationing. Though they may have traveled out of town, members of the Ann s Choice Doing Good Committee stayed close to their ' mission to help others, planning several charitable events and they re not slowing down anytime soon.

Cedar Crest

More than 25 photographers and artists converged upon the Cedar Crest Art Gallery last month to show off their passion and work at the community s annual resident photo expo. [caption id="attachment_2933" align="alignright" width="280" caption="Scenes of life around the Cedar Crest campus taken by resident Don Galvin."]

Ashby Ponds

In a span of less than 24 hours, Riderwood and Greenspring took center stage in the contentious health care reform battle. [caption id="attachment_3023" align="alignright" width="280" caption="ABC World News Tonight paid a visit to Riderwood to hear what residents had to say about health care."]

Ashby Ponds

In Outre-Mer, Henry Wadsworth Longfellow wrote, Music is the universal language of mankind.

Tallgrass Creek
Tallgrass Creek s second anniversary celebration, kicking off October 12, will resemble a large family reunion not just because it will feature a communitywide scavenger hunt and root beer floats, but because like family is how residents describe their neighbors. Here s what some early residents three pioneers have experienced at the Overland Park community.
Cedar Crest

Cedar Crest resident Ben Longo grew a 68-inch zucchini from in the community s garden and another that weighs approximately 30 pounds. [caption id="attachment_3127" align="alignright" width="280" caption="Ben Longo and his wife Helen with the zucchini he grew at Cedar Crest."]