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2014/09/29 21:43
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Barbara Bedell: Scout leaders has 3 more Eagles to be proud of Print this ArticleEmail this Article Karen VanHouten Minogue, left, Sandra Anderson, Marlene Jacobowitz and Elizabeth Cappello were...
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2014/09/29 02:15
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... children, you must be aware that, in Thailand, we have a group of people who are lost in genders," posted Thai singer Gene Kasidit on his Facebook page on Sept 9. Gene — a singer famous for...
2014/09/29 01:02
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CAPE GIRARDEAU (AP) — Employees of a southeast Missouri youth psychiatric center say a new state plan to keep the center open might be better than shutting it down, but they’re afraid the change will...
2014/09/27 08:31
2014/09/27 08:31
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Publication: The Day Ann Dagle of East Lyme and her family have created the Brian T. Dagle Memorial Foundation Inc. in memory of her son. The foundation will help people in grief and encourage people...
2014/09/27 04:16
2014/09/27 04:16
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Inmates in suicide-proof gowns scream and bang on their cell doors one floor below Terri McDonald’s office in the Twin Towers Correctional Facility. The bedlam is a reminder, if she needs one, that...
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2014/09/27 04:04
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Bedford police adding mental-health worker to staff with grant BEDFORD -- The Bedford Police Department is adding a part-time mental-health clinician to its staff, thanks to a $10,000 grant from the...
2014/09/26 21:20
2014/09/26 21:20
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Thirty one adults with mental illness, all currently residents of group homes in Darien and Pembroke, will soon have a chance to begin new lives of independence and a degree of self care. They will...
2014/09/26 14:09
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) - Officials are urging Tennesseans to dispose of unneeded or leftover prescription drugs at drop-off locations around the state on Saturday. Doug Varney, the commissioner of the...
2014/09/26 08:31
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Publication: The Day With its annual conference coming up next month, the Connecticut Council on Problem Gambling is emerging from turmoil. In June, the council's board of directors fired the...
2014/09/24 17:03
2014/09/24 17:03
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When you hear about the governor who gave New Haven’s largest high school its name, you never hear about a secret state-commissioned report that would have carried out a Nazi-style ethnic cleansing...
2014/09/24 07:57
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New psychiatric hospital short on staff nurses Rep. Anne Donahue, D-Northfield, makes a point Monday during a Legislative Committee on Mental Health Oversight meeting Tuesday at the State House in...
2014/09/24 06:02
2014/09/24 06:02
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Gov. Kasich, campaigning at the Spread Eagle Tavern in Hanoverton on Tuesday, said it was that balancing that reminded him it would not be impossible to tackle an $8 billion deficit. "The $8 billion...
2014/09/24 03:50
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A select few will know what investigators found inside the walls of a controversial Oklahoma drug rehab facility where three patients died. A judge ruled Friday attorneys suing Narconon Arrowhead...
2014/09/23 22:23
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Ongoing problems at the Brattleboro Retreat, like recent suicide attempts and a sexual assault, are raising serious questions about whether the facility will lose its federal certification. Lawmakers...
2014/09/23 20:59
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Fewer teens and pre-teens in Tennessee are abusing alcohol, according to the findings of a five-year prevention effort. The emphasis was on changing community attitudes and behaviors and the risks of...
2014/09/23 09:02
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Missouri’s homeless population rose 67 percent between 2007 and 2012, and now stands at 1,582, according to a study by the Governor’s Committee to End Homelessness. The 2014 winter Point-in-Time...
2014/09/23 01:59
2014/09/23 01:59
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Most believe self-harm is an impulsive act: Delhi-NCR survey A majority of the population in Delhi-NCR believes that suicide or self-harm is an impulsive act but only less than a handful recall...
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2014/09/22 23:05
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HAMILTON COUNTY, TN (WRCB) - According to the Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services more than 1,000 people in Tennessee die each year from drug overdoses. Many of those deaths...
2014/09/22 16:41
2014/09/22 16:41
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McALESTER, Okla. -- Attorneys in Oklahoma are preparing to argue that the state should release a report about a drug rehabilitation facility where three patients died. The Tulsa World reports...
2014/09/22 09:20
2014/09/22 09:20
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Nearly 40 federal, state and local partners from the public and private sectors are working with the Tennessee Department of Veterans Affairs to host the Veterans Outreach Event and Job Fair on...
2014/09/29 21:43
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