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YWCA Darien/Norwalk Parent Awareness Program Focu...
DARIEN, Conn. --
Parent Awareness and the Middlesex Middle School Parent Association will present "The Biggest Job We’ll Ever Have" on Wednesday, Jan. 28. The talk begins at 9:45 a.m. at the...
Read more at The Daily Voice - Darien
Annual Homeless Point-In-Time Count
Agencies in Stark County began conducting a count of the local homeless population for 2015 on Sunday, and the count continues through Friday. The 2014 Point-In-Time Count revealed that 38 persons...
Read more at The Alliance Review
This is a story about redemption and survival in the truest sense. Tish became part of the
family when she moved into Liberty House last December. Prior to that, this single mother of three had...
Read more at The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
Evergreen Health Services, 10 minute rapid HIV testing, free and confidential, 408 W. Fifth St., Jamestown; by appointment; call 664-7855. Alcoholics Anonymous: Open discussion and mediation, 6:45...
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Mental Health Association
Area cyclists celebrate RAGBRAI announcement
Pictured are but a few of the dozens of area cyclists who turned out at the Marshalltown YMCA-
Sunday afternoon to kick-off the Register’s Annual Great Bike Ride Across Iowa (RAGBRAI) festivities....
Read more at Marshalltown Times-Republican
High school students learn leadership skills duri...
High schools students from the greater Birmingham area spent their Sunday afternoon at the
trying to make a change in the world. They participated in a one day leadership training program called...
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WSFA 12 Montgomery
FOX 6 News Birmingham
Mad dash to Mardi Gras - Mardi Gras revelry await...
Mardi Gras revelry awaits you on Feb. 14. Get your beads, masque and krewe together for the 6th Annual Marietta Mardi Gras 5K Run. The event will be on the historic Marietta Square. All proceeds...
Read more at Marietta Daily Journal
Civil service info at Worcester NAACP meeting
WORCESTER � Information on the upcoming civil service examination will be provided at the NAACP meeting Monday to anyone interested in joining the police or fire department. Police Sgt. Miguel Lopez...
Read more at Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority
Collaborative plans homeless count
Sister Jean Orsuto at the Emmanuel Community Care Center said an important measure for determining the flow of money coming into a county for homeless and homeless prevention services includes an...
Read more at Tribune Chronicle
Department of Housing and Urban Development
Local History: Sports star helped elevate recreat...
Hoadley Hagen loved sports so much, he couldn’t help but share. From serving as superintendent of the Scranton Bureau of Recreation to coaching countless youngsters, the Scranton native and World War...
Read more at The Scranton Times-Tribune
the University of Pennsylvania
University of Pennsylvania
University of Scranton
CORPUS CHRISTI - MEETINGS/REUNIONS The Texas State Guard-Corpus Christi Unit meets at 10 a.m. the second Saturday of each month at Del Mar College West Campus. Free. Information: Julie Chancler,...
Read more at Corpus Christi Caller-Times
Community faith leaders address racism on MLK day
CORPUS CHRISTI - Eliminating racism On Martin Luther King Jr. Day, four faith leaders of the Corpus Christi community gathered at the
Corpus Christi to address "How the Faith Community Is...
Read more at Corpus Christi Caller-Times
Lehigh Valley sledding memories: Police would blo...
Times were certainly different then. When Bruce Moyer was a kid in the late '40s and early '50s, a good snowstorm meant North Ninth Street in Allentown would be blocked off to traffic, making it the...
Read more at The Morning Call
Lower Macungie Township
Free health screening, education, enrollment help...
As usual, there are plenty of opportunities to get your health checked out on the Peninsula, whether it's at health fairs, free screenings, or at a show devoted to entertaining and educating women. •...
Read more at Daily Press
Re-imagining alternative education
The new signage isn’t even on the building yet, and once it’s fastened into place it may not be accurate for very long. That’s the nature of change, however, and change is exactly what has been going...
Read more at Goldstream News Gazette
Royal Roads University
Collaboration planned on diversity in policing in...
A news conference Wednesday with York County police officials and
York's racial justice committee will outline a collaboration to address diversity in policing. York City Police Chief Wes Kahley...
Read more at York Daily Record
York City police
Spring Garden Township
Darien/Norwalk YWCA offers computeer classes
Darien/Norwalk's Job Search Support Program coordinator Kate Foster instructs a recent class in Microsoft Word at the YW Computer Center. The next session of classes in Word, Excel, PowerPoint,...
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The Daily Voice - Darien
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WWII African American families museum topic
The Clark County Historical Museum's inaugural First Thursday event of the year — Deep Roots, Strong Branches — is a look at African American families who came to Vancouver during World War II and...
Read more at The Columbian
Jean Leone Pringle, 101, lifelong Minot resident and widow of Ken Pringle, longtime Minot attorney, died Tuesday, Jan. 20, 2015, in her home. Jean was born Jan. 16, 1914, in Minot, to Omon and Fern...
Read more at Minot Daily News
Minot High School
First Presbyterian Church
Bristol YWCA partners with historic train station...
A new organization is taking the reins at the historic Bristol Train Station. The Train Station Foundation announced a new partnership with the Bristol
Thursday morning. The long-term...
Read more at WCYB 5 Tri-Cities
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