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March is full of activity, and the Lochland Times has the scoop on everything. Community Yard Sales, Plays, St Patrick's Day, Fitness Center Activities, the 1st day of Spring, and much more!
A Town-wide vote with a certain end turns the Town Council on it's head. A Tax increase for a Pool, but no pool in sight? What Happened?
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We are a Real Life Roleplay site focused on enriching character driven stories through events, newspaper headlines, and even death. Set in modern day Connecticut, our background plot follows the on-goings of a small town with a murderous past. Whether your character explores it is up to you. Life is about choice - this is your story. Our goal is to provide a place where you will feel comfortable writing it. Come join the fun!
The Ice Festival|
Beautiful buildings and sculptures made of ice glowing under a halo of fireworks? What a beautiful place for a Valentines Day Date.
St Patrick's Day Bar Crawl
Irish Food, Dancing, Comedy, Song, and plenty of alcohol; Sign up and ride a bus out to StoneLake this St Patrick's Day. The collector Mug is free!
These homes range from antique to newly built. The price range varies from affordable to, well, just plain ridiculous. The West Lochland housing district contains approximately 300 homes.
Subforums: » West Housing Descriptions
||Yesterday at 05:06 am
In: Freedom and Fashion
By: Nina Wallace
A rather large and well kept complex, Meadowspring Apartments has units for both lower income and upper class citizens.
Subforums: » Meadowspring Housing Descriptions
||Yesterday at 10:56 pm
By: Dorien Spade
||Old Rose Tavern
While it looks rough around the edges, The Old Rose is a well managed and reputable bar. It's a popular hangout for the over 21 crowd, and holds weekly karaoke on Tuesdays.
||3 minutes ago
In: Out on the town
By: Anastasia Romanos
One of the older streets in town, Plum Avenue is the home of many long-standing businesses. The sidewalks are marked with beautiful Antique Lamps that have been there for as long as anyone can remember. It used to be knowing as Main Street, but after a new highway opened up in North Lochland the name was changed. Locals argued with Town Hall about what to rename it. The Town Council wanted it to be Plum Avenue and the businesses wanted it to be called Plum Street. In the end the Council won but, in true rebellious fashion, all the businesses start with ‘Plum Street’.
Subforums: » Plum Street Cinema,
» Plum Street Hardware,
» Plum Street Bakery
||Mar 15 2018, 07:21 PM
In: Shopping and Fun
By: Jaina Carter
Established in 1900, this diner was built in honor of Gertrude Whitmore, the first victim of the Lewis murders. It's known for it's quality and affordability. If you want a simple, home cooked meal, look no further.
||Mar 13 2018, 12:22 AM
In: Interesting afternoon
By: Anastasia Romanos
||The Lochland Times
The Lochland Times, Lochland’s only newspaper, is printed here. It has been owned by the same family for years, and was once their home. After a fire gutted it, the building was renovated into a suitable office for the growing newspaper.
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