1. A place to call home

There's a lot going on in the housing market -- homes are selling fast, a sign that the supply of homes is short of meeting the demand. Area communities are trying to fill that gap. On Wednesday, we'll look at some of the incentives and programs out there.

2 . Is it working?

When the Police Assisted Recovery program was unveiled two years ago, its aim was to get people into treatment for substance use and hopefully end a cycle of criminal behavior. On Tuesday, we look at if the program is meeting those goals.

3. Sweet treats

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Stay-at-home mom Opal Kasten is sharing the love with her home-baked cookies, cupcakes and donuts. Read more about her cottage food business in Tuesday's Life section.

Homemade cookies on Thursday, July 1, 2021, at her home baking business, Sugar Abode, in Rochester. (Traci Westcott /twestcott@postbulletin.com)
Homemade cookies on Thursday, July 1, 2021, at her home baking business, Sugar Abode, in Rochester. (Traci Westcott /twestcott@postbulletin.com)

4. Motocross Madness in Millville

It's time once again for the town of Millville to grow to 10 times its size, for a day. More than 20,000 fans are expected to trek to Spring Creek MX Park for the annual AMA Motocross Pro Nationals on Saturday. As of now — knock on wood — the weather forecast looks perfect, with few clouds and temperature in the mid 80s.

5. It's playoff time!

Playoffs begin this week for local American Legion baseball teams. We'll preview those tournaments and have coverage as local teams move through the brackets.