There is never a shortage of demand when it comes to scholarships. And for some students, receiving one can be life-altering—a make or break situation
The Farm Market at Pierce College will be reopening April 1, providing fresh produce for Pierce and the local community every day. The market, which has been closed since September, is stocked mostly with produce grown at Pierce; however, some items such as strawberries are imported from other local growers, according to market manager Linda Carberry.
It all happened over night. No more monsters crept out after dark and rather than generating screams, the former haunted house, now a Christmas tree lot, inspires joyous Christmas jingles. From scary to merry, The Foundation for Pierce College converted the corner of De Soto and Victory avenues, once an empty lot that sat on weeds three feet deep, into a functionally active place for families.