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Tom Renner

Client Editor

No one knows local sports quite like Tom Renner, The Daily Voice's Sports Editor. For 22 years, he covered the field for The Stamford Advocate. He's been in Fairfield County since 1987.

Tom Renner's Contributions

  1. Early-Blooming Native Trees And Shrubs for Bees

    Early-Blooming Native Trees And Shrubs for Bees

    BERGEN COUNTY, N.J. -- There may still be snow on the ground, but spring is here and soon, a number of our native bee species will be active. As you look at your post-winter landscape, you may wonder where those early bees will find the forage that they need to survive.Forage resources for bees are slim in March and April, but some of our native trees and shrubs are important early ...

  2. How Insects Survive The Westchester Winter (And Why That’s a Good Thing)

    How Insects Survive The Westchester Winter (And Why That’s a Good Thing)

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. -- In cold climates, insects seem to disappear when temperatures plummet. So where do they go? Depending on the type of insect, there are different strategies for surviving the cold.While some insects migrate to a warmer climate, like Monarch Butterflies and a small percentage of dragonfly species, most of the insects in our landscapes stay put in the winter. ...

  3. How Insects Survive The Bergen Winter (And Why That’s a Good Thing)

    How Insects Survive The Bergen Winter (And Why That’s a Good Thing)

    BERGEN COUNTY, N.J. -- In cold climates, insects seem to disappear when temperatures plummet. So where do they go? Depending on the type of insect, there are different strategies for surviving the cold.While some insects migrate to a warmer climate, like Monarch Butterflies and a small percentage of dragonfly species, most of the insects in our landscapes stay put in the winter. Here’s ...

  4. Be An Ecological Steward In Your Own Landscape, Bergen

    Be An Ecological Steward In Your Own Landscape, Bergen

    BERGEN COUNTY, N.J. -- The wildlife activity, or lack of it, in our yards can tell us a lot about the ecological health of our landscapes. Take a look right now. Do you have an abundance of birds finding the late winter foods they need, like the persistent fruits of Eastern Redcedar, Winterberry, Northern Bayberry, etc?Have you spotted any returning migrating birds? What natural foods ...

  5. Instagram Sensation 'Finicky Foodie' Frequents Teaneck Pickle Store

    Instagram Sensation 'Finicky Foodie' Frequents Teaneck Pickle Store

    Who: Alyssa DiPalma, Stony PointOn Instagram: Finicky FoodieTop 3 Foods to photograph: Pizza, macaroni and cheese, french friesSTONY POINT, N.Y. -- Even the finickiest of eaters enjoys food. Alyssa DiPalma of Stony Point is a perfect example.DiPalma started posting pictures about two years ago under the handle “finickyfoodie” on Instagram. She has amassed 10,800 followers, mostly from ...

  6. Provide Water, Natural Foods To Help Birds Endure Winter In Bergen

    Provide Water, Natural Foods To Help Birds Endure Winter In Bergen

    BERGEN COUNTY, N.J. -- Not all birds overwinter in our region – many migrate South for the winter. The birds that do stay year-round can face stark conditions in cold weather. You can help them in your landscape, and in ways you may not have considered.First priority – WaterBefore you even contemplate putting out bird food in winter, make sure to have a clean, unfrozen source of water ...

  7. Leave 'Em Alone, Bergen County -- Fallen Leaves Are A Landscape Ally

    Leave 'Em Alone, Bergen County -- Fallen Leaves Are A Landscape Ally

    BERGEN COUNTY, N.J. -- Just about everyone is enchanted by the vibrant beauty of leaves in the fall as they change color to glowing yellow, crimson red or pumpkin orange. That beauty even inspires us to go on leaf-peeping road trips – we just can’t get our fill of leaves. That is, until leaves drop to the ground. Then our love affair with leaves comes to an unhappy end. Love turns to ...

  8. The Valley Hospital Physician Takes Questions On Children's Anxiety

    The Valley Hospital Physician Takes Questions On Children's Anxiety

    RIDGEWOOD, N.J. -- A physician at The Valley Hospital in Ridgewood is taking questions from parents via Facebook through Friday, Nov. 18, about anxiety and stress in children.Kai-Ping Wang, M.D., Medical Director of Pediatric Psychiatry, Valley Medical Group, will lead the Q&A on anxiety in young children, tweens and teens.While some amount of anxiety is normal and can even be ...

  9. Teaneck Native Runs Marathon For Father Christopher 'Superman' Reeves

    Teaneck Native Runs Marathon For Father Christopher 'Superman' Reeves

    WESTCHESTER COUNTY, N.Y. — The son of former Westchester County resident and actor Christopher Reeve will run Sunday's New York City Marathon for a charity established by his parents.Will Reeve, 24, is running for Team Reeve and the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation in Sunday’s 26.2 mile race. The Foundation advances quality of life and works to discovering cures for spinal cord ...

  10. Saddle River Day School Grad Paints 9/11 Remembrance

    Saddle River Day School Grad Paints 9/11 Remembrance

     POUGHKEEPSIE, N.Y. -- Schandra Singh lived, breathed and smelled every painful second of the Sept. 11 attacks on New York City. Less than two months later, an undisturbed canvas in her apartment 1½ blocks from Ground Zero called the painter to create a compelling, haunting and deeply personal representation of the day that shook America.Singh, who has a studio in Poughkeepsie, is a ...

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