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Happenings, May 3
Banks Township - The Banks Township Municipal Authority will hold its monthly meeting on Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the Tresckow Fire House social hall. The public is invited. Conyngham - Maylath Valley...
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Rural Outreach Center determined to fight poverty...
The FEMA trailer used to help residents in the Southern Tier recover from widespread flooding in 2009 has a new home outside East Aurora. TLC Health Care, which worked with the Federal Emergency...
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Tent Added for More Space for Illegal Crossers
Tent Added for More Space for Illegal Crossers the city of mcallen just set up another tent outside sacred heart church. more space is needed as more illegal crossers continue to be released....
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Elder Maynes throws first pitch, commends San Die...
Elder Richard J. Maynes of the Presidency of the Seventy threw out the first pitch on “Mormon Night” at the San Diego Padres game on June 27. After the pitch, Elder Maynes presented to Tom Seidler,...
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San Diego Padres
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints
Judge rules McCullough guilty of taking money fro...
Former Allegheny County Councilman and solicitor Charles McCullough is guilty of taking money from an elderly woman's estate and using it for his own benefit, a judge ruled Friday. Allegheny County...
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Cardinal Dolan in op-ed criticizes Trump's anti-i...
In an op-ed piece published Wednesday in the New York Daily News, Cardinal Timothy Dolan of New York took issue with the anti-immigrant rhetoric of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump...
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US movements battle for living wage, economic equ...
The “Fight for $15” — the fight to turn the minimum wage into a living wage — has won a few impressive rounds, but the bigger battle against economic inequality still faces a lot more rounds against...
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National Catholic Reporter
New York State
Bridge the Gap's total was a record $76,755
QUINCY -- The final figures are in, and they are impressive. The May 16 Quincy Medical Group Healthcare Foundation-sponsored Bridge the Gap to Health races generated a record $76,755 for the Quincy...
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State Street Bank
Cardinal Dolan slams Donald Trump’s anti-immigran...
... Trump's anti-immigrant rhetoric is a sad return to a terrible American tradition,” writes Cardinal Dolan. Photo by: Getty Images In a powerful article published in the New York Daily News,...
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New York Daily News
Volunteers head into the shadows to end homelessn...
Volunteers head into the shadows to end homelessness Posted Jul. 31, 2015 at 2:01 AM Posted Jul. 31, 2015 at 2:01 AM Lynn Slomski, a volunteer with Cheshire Community Food Cupboard, knew where to...
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Memphis groups take aim at fighting hunger
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — At the St. Paul the Apostle Catholic Church parking lot in Whitehaven, Essa Gatewood, 70, pulled up in her minivan to a special drive-through. No, she and hundreds of others in their...
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Staten Island Election a One Horse Race as Single...
Assemblyman Joe Borelli (left) will run unopposed in the special election to fill Vincent Ignizio's vacant City Council seat. View Full Caption STATEN ISLAND — A special election to replace Vincent...
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Board of Elections
Religion briefs: July 31
Roundtable Discussion Group: Meets every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. in the library of the Unitarian Church, 2000 S. Solano Drive. On Sunday, speaker will be Brian Erickson of the ACLU of New Mexico's...
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Connellsville Circles program fights poverty
With vigilance and care, the circle of poverty can be overcome and families can be led out of it — and stay out — said Sue Ann Priemer, coach for Connellsville Area Circles program. “We're in this...
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Case workers say many landlords unwilling to acce...
It's unusual to see Rebecca Charlton at a desk. The
housing specialist is typically out in the community trying to connect clients with a place to live. "We went to a viewing this...
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Bridge the Gap race surpasses financial goals
The Bridget the Gap to Health race has surpassed the $75,000 goal set for this year's race across Quincy's bridges. That makes this year's race the most successful year to date. On Wednesday, race...
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Biz Bites: Healthcare workers oppose LPG storage
The Executive Committee of 1199SEIU, United Healthcare Workers East, a healthcare workers union, unanimously passed a resolution this week that urges Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the Department of...
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City notes: It�s time to paint those paw prints o...
City notes: It�s time to paint those paw prints on Bay Street Wednesday, July 29, 11:19 AM EDT The public is invited to help paint the 263 paw prints along Bay Street, from the Main Street bridge to...
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Featuring estate wines from Napa Valley vintners Toad Hollow, Silver Oak, Pali and Twomey, the event takes place in the Cattlemen’s Steakhouse Special Event Center, 1325 S Agnew. Sanctuary Women’s...
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July is Diversity Mental Health month
Even within each population there are variations which impact services. When two cultures meet, exchanges take place. The first is the process of acculturation - the minority culture accepting...
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