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Sojourner-Douglass College to lose accreditation ...
Sojourner-Douglass College in Baltimore could close in June, when it is set to lose its accreditation in a rare move spurred by the private, nonprofit institution's persistent financial troubles. The...
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Internal Revenue Service
Edward Summer, founder of Buffalo International F...
March 18, 1946 – Nov. 13, 2014 Edward Summer, the multifaceted writer, artist, filmmaker and movie and animation historian who founded the Buffalo International Film Festival, died Thursday after a...
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Cop killer Mumia Abu-Jamal sues over Pennsylvania...
PHILADELPHIA — Mumia Abu-Jamal, serving life in prison for the murder of a Philadelphia police officer, and his supporters filed a federal lawsuit Monday challenging a state law enacted after a...
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Goddard College in Vermont
Charlie Baker expected to take page from old pal ...
Cabinet members who served in the first 100 days of former Gov. William F. Weld’s administration in 1991 said they expect strong echoes of his conciliatory bipartisan style, outside-the-box...
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Collection puts range of emotions of combat veter...
Uniform canvasesCollection puts range of emotions of combat veterans on paper created from their fatigues Malachi Muncy was a troubled 22-year-old combat veteran in 2007 when he beat his old Army u...
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No need to cross the Pacific to practice Zen
We know the sound of one Zen garden in Japan. But what is the sound of two Zen gardens, one in Japan, one in Vermont? Wind whispers among trees. Water splashes over stones. All is the same. Which...
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Five local recreational trails get federal funding
Five local recreational trails will be funded as part of a $1.68 million infusion of federal dollars to help build or rehabilitate 16 trails around Ohio. One grant will restore a stone walkway across...
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Universities, colleges make Ebola preparations
Most local colleges and universities say they don’t have students studying or traveling in Ebola-stricken countries, but officials at the schools said they are preparing protocols to address potential...
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