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The Charleston State Journal
New businesses springing up in West Huntington, WV neighborhood“The tide is turning in West Huntington,” says Huntington City Councilman Bill
New businesses springing up in West Huntington, WV neighborhood
The Charleston State Journal / Posted 12 hours ago
“The tide is turning in West Huntington,” says Huntington City Councilman Bill Rosenberger. “Yes, we’ve got some issues with drugs and prostitution, but that’s not unique to West Huntington. What’s awesome is despite that, our businesses are doing... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Three big guys from Buffalo on a trek with big dreamsThe good outweighs the bad Along the way, they have sweltered and frozen, have
Three big guys from Buffalo on a trek with big dreams
The Buffalo News / Posted yesterday
The good outweighs the bad Along the way, they have sweltered and frozen, have gotten drenched and sunburned. They wore out shoes and clothing. They learned that while walking uphill is bad, walking downhill can be worse. “We had such soft feet in... Read more
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Spot.ph
Then and Now: These photos of Manila during World War II vs today are pretty amazing(SPOT.ph) Back in 1940s, Old Manila was the Wall Street of Southeast Asia—compl
Then and Now: These photos of Manila during World War II vs today are pretty amazing
Spot.ph / Posted 5 days ago
(SPOT.ph) Back in 1940s, Old Manila was the Wall Street of Southeast Asia—complete with paved boulevards and entertainment centers. There were stylish Art Deco buildings here and there, too. But World War II happened and it left the city in shambles.... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Hackett: 'Chili ladies' have community in mindAltrusa, originally named Altrusa Institute, was organized almost 100 years ago
Hackett: 'Chili ladies' have community in mind
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 11 days ago
Altrusa, originally named Altrusa Institute, was organized almost 100 years ago as a service organization for professional women. The name comes from “altruism” and “USA.” This organization has grown to include almost 9,000 members, including both... Read more
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The Escanaba Daily Press
BriefsChurch hosts HATI ESCANABA - Delta County's rotating homeless shelter moves to
Briefs
The Escanaba Daily Press / Posted 16 days ago
Church hosts HATI ESCANABA - Delta County's rotating homeless shelter moves to Central United Methodist Church at 322 S. Lincoln., in Escanaba this Sunday evening, Jan. 24. Volunteers are needed to provide an evening meal, and staff the shelter... Read more
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NBC 29 Charlottesville
Sign Honoring MLK Unveiled Off Interstate Heading to StauntonA sign honoring the Reverend Doctor Martin Luther King Jr. is now one of the fi
Sign Honoring MLK Unveiled Off Interstate Heading to Staunton
NBC 29 Charlottesville / Posted 21 days ago
A sign honoring the Reverend Doctor Martin Luther King Jr. is now one of the first things drivers see getting off the interstate heading into Staunton. Council members unveiled the sign on Monday dedicating the Martin Luther King Junior Memorial... Read more
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The Escanaba Daily Press
Briefsset for Hope at the Inn GLADSTONE - The next training for homeless shelter vol
Briefs
The Escanaba Daily Press / Posted 28 days ago
set for Hope at the Inn GLADSTONE - The next training for homeless shelter volunteers is scheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 12 at 6 p.m. at Grace Church, 528 28th St. and M35 in Gladstone. Attendees will learn about the shelter concept and specific duties... Read more
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The Escanaba Daily Press
Briefsavailable at EHS ESCANABA - People can surprise an Escanaba High school studen
Briefs
The Escanaba Daily Press / Posted 30 days ago
available at EHS ESCANABA - People can surprise an Escanaba High school student with an care package for the exams on Jan. 26-28. The package includes healthy snacks, a drink, a new writing utensil, and a personalized note. The cost is $5, and... Read more

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