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Over 2,000 books collected at TV6’s ‘Cops N’ Kids’ community book drive

DAVENPORT, Iowa (KWQC) – The second annual “Cops N’ Kids” community book drive was a success with more than 2,000 books and $1,500 raised by the Quad Cities community. The event was sponsored by “The Book Rack” in Davenport. “Cops N’ Kids” promotes positive interaction with law enforcement and encourages …

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2022 EBCI Extension Community Development Reservation-wide Landscape Beautification Contest Winners

The EBCI Community Development Division of the Cooperative Extension Center recently held a community-wide landscape beautification contest. This contest gave community members the opportunity to showcase the landscape of their homes and the hard work they put into beautifying their homes. Community clubs that participated held their own competition and …

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“I felt my gut drop out: ‘U.Va. Community Responds to Supreme Court Decision Overturning Roe v. Wade – The Cavalier Daily

Fear and anxiety are two common feelings among university students following the Supreme Court’s decision to to spill Roe v. Wade Friday, a landmark decision that protected the constitutional right to abortion for nearly 50 years. The decision comes after a draft opinion was leak At the beginning of June. …

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Brookdale ranked No. 1 in New Jersey

June 24, 2022 Brookdale Community College is ranked number one in New Jersey by the 2022 Best-Community-Colleges.com Rankings. Brookdale Community College offers the best programs in New Jersey, according to Best-Community-Colleges.com. Based on 66 evaluation criteriaBrookdale is ranked among the top 50 community colleges in the United States and is …

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NFL community mourns loss of former Ravens Colts DL Tony Siragusa

The NFL community took to social media to remember Tony Siragusa following the former Ravens defensive tackle’s death. Coupled with the untimely death of current Ravens linebacker Jaylon Ferguson, Wednesday marked one of the saddest days for the Baltimore franchise. Affectionately known as “The Goose,” Siragusa, 55, spent 12 NFL …

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Festival brings the community together to reflect on Juneteenth | New

Attracted by vendors, speakers and food trucks, dozens of community members from across the community gathered at Hillview Park in Los Altos to commemorate Juneteenth on Sunday, June 19, at a festival presented by Justice Vanguard (JV ), an organization focused on community investment. The event featured guest speakers, dancers …

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Basketball and volleyball are coming to Cleveland Community College

The carpeted floor of the gymnasium at Cleveland Community College is gone. Over the past month, the college’s maintenance staff have been ripping up carpeting, removing glass panels, and removing everything but the stage at the end of the gymnasium. Work is underway as the college prepares to renovate its …

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Red Bank Business Community Hosts Red Bank Classic 5K Event Again

RED BANK, NJ– Sign up, strap on your shoes and head to downtown Red Bank this Saturday, June 18 for the Red Bank Classic 5K, a premier regional run and walk for all ages and fitness levels. After a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, the charity run/walk will finally …

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Ministers take the floor to defend the Muslim community

A group of Branch County ministers urged the community to allow freedom of religion after comments to Coldwater City Council on May 23. This prompted Pastor Julie Yoder Elmore of Coldwater United Methodist Church and more than a dozen ministers to send a letter to the council. “We make this …

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SA’s oldest Pride organization announces community celebration

This year marks Pride San Antonio’s 19th year of service to the San Antonio community, making it the longest running PRIDE organization in the city. SAN ANTONIO – Pride San Antonio has announced the official community pride celebration for 2022 during Pride Month, called Pride Bigger than Texas. This year …

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Clovis Community College Farmers Market

Students currently enrolled at Clovis Community College (CCC), as well as faculty, can shop for free fresh produce and fruit at the Clovis Community Farmers Market on Thursday, June 16 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The Farmer’s Market is free for students and faculty to ensure that the CCC …

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Horn’s Legislation Recommends Project Funding at State Universities and Community Colleges

LANSING, Michigan— The Senate Appropriations Committee on Wednesday approved a state-sponsored bill Senator Ken Horn to advance a number of capital improvement projects at many Michigan public universities, community colleges, and other state institutions. “As chairman of the Senate Committee on Economic Development and Small Business, I have carefully considered …

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Portsmouth Police remind community to lock their cars after spike in stolen guns

PORTSMOUTH, Va. (WAVY) – Portsmouth Police have been busy lately and we’re not just talking about the work they do investigating violent crime. Recently, car break-ins have become a big problem in the city, eventually driving neighborhood crime.People don’t just get by with wallets and phones. Lately Portsmouth detective Brian …

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Children’s fund calls for community support after burglary – Fort Bragg Advocate-News

FORT BRAGG, CA – On May 20, Annie Liner, director of the Mendocino Coast Children’s Fund (MCCF), visited the nonprofit storage units for a routine check, as a large shipment of sporting goods Summer was due to arrive soon and discovered that a break-in had occurred. The units were in …

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Texas community holds vigil for family allegedly murdered by escaped inmate

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! Community members in Leon County, Texas gathered for a vigil in memory of a grandfather and four boys who were allegedly killed by escaped inmate Gonzalo Lopez. Grandfather, Mark Collins, 66, and four boys, Waylon Collins, 18; Carson Collins, 16; Hudson Collins, …

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Jersey Blues women’s softball team finishes 3rd in nation

June 2, 2022 The Brookdale Jersey Blues women’s softball team finished its season 3rd in the nation, with an overall record of 33-12, including the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) Region XIX championship titles and the Garden State Athletic Conference! Here is a summary of the championship title races. …

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Parents, community members volunteer as teachers at Shuttered Oakland School – NBC Bay Area

Classes resume at a closed elementary school in Oakland on Tuesday. Frustrated parents have taken over Parker Elementary after the school district shut it down for good, and they have a plan to keep teaching their children. “It’s a vision coming true,” said mother Azlinah Tambu. As school reopens – …

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As the community continues to grow, serious crime rates are rising

There were 2,225 calls for service in April, the highest number of SSPS in April since before the pandemic, and 121 more than April last year As the community of South Simcoe grows, so does the crime rate. That’s the message Deputy Chief of South Simcoe Services (SSPS), John Van …

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Middlesex graduates celebrate resilience and community on Meriden debut

MERIDEN – If there were any commonalities in Middlesex Community College’s debut exercises on Thursday night in the auditorium at Platt High School, they could be summed up in two words: resilience and community. Middlesex chief executive Kimberly Hogan told members of Middlesex’s Class of 2022 sitting in front of …

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Monroe, Conn. : A “family-centric” community with a small-town feel

Mike Korchinski, branch vice president of Coldwell Banker Realty, cited a 16% increase in home prices in Monroe last year and another 4% increase in the first quarter of 2022. “We are on the point of increasing 12% annually for 2022,” he said. “That’s astronomical.” But that didn’t stop buyers. …

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May Community Communication – Crookston Times

Superintendent Jeremy Olson Crookston School District Greetings from Crookston Public Schools! It seems that summer is finally coming after a very long winter and a wet spring. As I write this, we still have two weeks of school left and I’m sure most kids are counting down! Here are a …

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Quaint Severna Park Community Receives Unity Gardens Grant

By Desirae Martins This spring, the quaint, multi-generational community of Severna Park, Chartwood, received a Unity Gardens grant, allowing residents to install native gardens at both entrance signs to the community over Earth Day weekend from April 30 to May 1. Chartwood Community Association (CCA) President Lynnley Moore first heard …

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Tillamook Kiwanis Club active in the community | Community

The Tillamook Kiwanis Club continues to be very active in supporting our community. With 43 members, our club is now one of the three largest in Oregon. We are proud to defy national statistics on declining club membership, and we are so grateful to every member. In January, we resumed …

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Community fridge in Oxon Hill aims to alleviate hunger amid high need – NBC4 Washington

Outside the Glassmanor Community Center in Oxon Hill, Maryland, lies an oasis in the middle of a five-mile food desert. A Feed the Fridge community refrigerator meets the needs of hungry residents of Prince George’s County. The refrigerator is the second to open in the county and is one of …

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Weathersfield Community Center needs funding to continue | News, Sports, Jobs

WEATHERSFIELD – Township officials will wait until 2023 to begin construction of a new multi-jurisdictional community center in the park next to State Route 46, as all funding for the project must be in place before it can proceed, according to Township administrator David Rouan. Rouan said officials …

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Community Ownership and Separate Land Trusts – Lake County Record-Bee

A person can have more than one trust. A married person can set up a joint trust with their spouse, to control the couple’s real estate acquired during the marriage, but also set up a separate land trust to control their separate real estate. Generally speaking, however, most married couples …

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The association offers hope to prisoners, recovering drug addicts

WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) – The name of the nonprofit organization is Peer Recovery Resources. They operate the Harrelson Center, an umbrella agency for many local nonprofits. Diane Brock is associate director of Peer Recovery Resources. She is also the education coordinator for specialized peer support courses that are offered to …

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Hubbard Lake Community Center fundraising progresses | News, Sports, Jobs

News Photo by Darby Hinkley Hubbard Lake Community Association President Julie Mathewson and Friends of Hubbard Lake Center President Greg Awtry discuss plans for the new community center. HUBBARD LAKE – After decades in a cramped building previously shared with the fire department, the Hubbard Lake Community Center will be …

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Bridge Community Center opens in San Diego

SAN DIEGO — San Diego has battled a spike in violent crime in recent months with the city’s Mt. Hope and Mountain View neighborhoods hit by incidents of gang violence and deadly shootings. But a community church is trying to change that by filling in the gaps. The new Bridge …

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Residents of the Pembroke Park mobile home community brace for eviction

PEMBROKE PARK, Florida. – Residents of a Broward County mobile home park prepare to be evicted from their homes after a battle trying to stay. In March, all park residents received an eviction notice and were told they would have to leave in 30 days. A later notice said the …

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Chicago likely to hit ‘average community level’ of COVID soon, says top doctor – NBC Chicago

While hospitalizations have remained largely stable in Chicago in recent weeks, it looks like the region is at risk of moving to a “medium community level” of COVID-19 soon, the city’s top doctor has said. Chicago Department of Public Health commissioner Dr. Allison Arwady told viewers during his “Ask Arwady” …

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Westborough Goes Green at Energy Show

Scott Kadish, founding member of Zero Waste Westborough, talks to attendees at the recent energy fair. (Photo/Laura Hayes) WESTBOROUGH – Community members gathered at Mill Pond Primary School on Saturday for Westborough’s first energy fair. The fair was organized by Sustainable Westborough and the Westborough Rotary Club. “I think it’s …

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A discussion of prejudice against people with disabilities

GREENVILLE, SC (WSPA) – According to a recent study by one of the leading networks for equality and inclusion in the workplace, Employers’ Network for Equality and Inclusionpeople with disabilities are significantly less likely to be hired than others. As part of 7NEWS’ ‘Community Conversations’, anchor Taylor Murray spoke with …

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Jacksonville native leads Jaguars social responsibility efforts to support community

JACKSONVILLE, Florida. – The NFL Draft begins Thursday, and one thing we know for sure is that the Jaguars aren’t just about playing football. Having an NFL team in Jacksonville improves the community. Hometown wife T-Neisha Tate has a pretty cool job. She was promoted by the Jaguars from Director …

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Community partners participate in Louisville’s Hope Village

LOUISVILLE, Ky. (WAVE) – Louisville’s Hope Village, a city-run outdoor homeless camp that opened Monday, is getting help from community partners. The Hope Village is located at the corner of College and Brook streets and will provide medical care, veterinary access for pets, hot meals, showers and a needle exchange …

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Sno-Pac ships nationwide and remains an important part of the community | Local News

In small town Caledonia, there’s a building everyone in the community knows: Sno-Pac Foods. Sno-Pac started life in 1900 in a way people might not have expected: as a lumber company. But not only did JP Gengler have a lumber business, he also sold ice from a nearby pond. The …

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Community Development Week Celebration

The Economic and Community Development Department (ECDD) has just completed its celebration of National Community Development Week from April 11th to April 15th. The Department oversees Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds that support and stimulate our community through various organizations, programs and initiatives. At the Commission meeting on Tuesday, …

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Reviews | Porches, garages and community

We might take it for granted now, but the garage wasn’t always at the front of the house. Of course, before there were cars, there were no garages, but even with the advent of cars, it wasn’t always the case that we had a front garage. They were often detached, …

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Basic Black on running for health, wellness, fitness and community

More and more people of color are taking up running for sport or for recreation. For some, it’s about building a supportive social community, while others hit the pavement for the mental and physical health benefits from exercise. However, running still presents many obstacles that prevent people of color from …

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Voices of the community: How our city council can serve our city more effectively | Voice of the community

A well-respected community leader told me recently, “City council has no vision! Vision is such an essential part of leadership that I felt compelled to follow along to see if this was indeed a valid critique or not. Without a doubt, each council member has a personal vision for our …

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Community helps Topeka WWll veteran realize his dream of riding again

TOPEKA, Kan. (WIBW) – A World War II veteran had dreamed of getting back in the saddle for years and on Sunday his dreams came true. Delbert Bryant, who served as a medical aide during World War II, has a long history of caring for horses. For years, Bryant dreamed …

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Mike Preston: Howard Community College men’s lacrosse leaps to No. 1 with eyes on bigger prize

All week, Howard Community College men’s lacrosse coach Erik Foust has had to cross the line where reality becomes euphoric. Last Saturday, the then-No. 2 Dragons stunned No. 1 Nassau, 21-9, in a game that was nearly over in the third quarter after Howard took a 10-goal lead. This week, …

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Addressing safety in our community

April 7, 2022 10:46 a.m. by David White, Ramon Batista As City Manager and Police Chief, we would like to address recent local and regional media coverage of a report describing Santa Monica as unsafe. These messages are hard to listen to because we both love working, leading and living …

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James Island Community Calls for Charleston County Historic Designation

JAMES ISLAND, SC (WCSC) – The Beefield community on James Island is small, but the people form a tight-knit and passionate neighborhood with lots of stories. Community chairman George Richardson said between military events, a sense of community and a peaceful nature, preserving Beefield’s history is more important than ever. …

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The BRT system is branded “The One” as a unique connected community

Cutting the cake at the hallmark ceremony for The One were, from left, Mt. Vernon Supervisor Dan Storck, Lee District Supervisor Rodney Lusk and Chairman of the Fairfax Board of Supervisors Jeff McKay. McKay previously served as Lee’s district supervisor. This project is close to his heart. By Steve Hunt …

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Three-time cancer survivor opens stores to give back to cancer community

CARY, NC (WNCN) — The fight against cancer is a battle in itself. But navigating the necessary medical treatments and accessories that cancer patients need can be a whole other battle. A local cancer survivor hopes to help. At first glance, Jackie Cromity’s space on Kiesler Drive in Cary looks …

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Californians honor Cesar Chavez Day with community service

San Jose Mayor Volunteers at Martha’s Kitchen in Honor of Cesar Chavez Day In honor of Cesar Chavez Day, communities across California are participating in a day of community service on Thursday. That includes Martha’s Kitchen in San Jose, where Mayor Sam Liccardo volunteered Thursday morning, making sandwiches alongside other …

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Build a community

My first job as a journalist was in a small weekly (circulation: 1,500) that covered the rural town we lived in when my children were growing up. I was hired as a freelance journalist and photographer, paid (if I vaguely remember) about $1 an inch for articles and $3 for …

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Community Foundation welcomes new directors – The Morning Sun

The Mt. Pleasant Area Community Foundation announced the election of five new directors to its board: Bart Blystone, Karmen Fox, Sherry Knight, Ryan Longoria and Terrie Zitzelsberger. Blystone, Fox, Knight, Longoria and Zitzelsberger join nineteen other trustees at the head of the Mt. Pleasant Area Community Foundation, a tax-exempt public …

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River Ridge, Univ. of Lynchburg team up for Community Health Fair

LYNCHBURG, Va. (WFXR) — Through a partnership between River Ridge and Lynchburg University, the mall will host the largest regional health trade show the community has seen in the past two years on Friday. Presented by Lynchburg University, organizers say this free health fair – “Passport to Healthy Aging” – …

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Community foundation, student philanthropy groups award 25 grants | News, Sports, Jobs

TR PHOTOS BY SUSANNA MEYER – Julie Hitchins, executive director of the Community Foundation of Marshall County, provided an update on the organization at the annual grant awards ceremony held Tuesday evening. The Community Foundation of Marshall County (CFMC) held its annual grant awards ceremony Tuesday evening on the campus …

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Volunteers Wanted for Cleanups, Community Giveaway | News

the Jenkins-Donelson Foundationa nonprofit that provides food and necessities to those in need, will be hosting a community giveaway on Sunday, March 27 from 1-4 p.m. at the Juke Box Diner, 8637 Sudley Road in Manassas. Volunteers are needed from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. to help set up, unload …

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Push to expand New York Community School Program

SARANAC LAKE, NY (WCAX) – A program in New York’s North Country that helps students and families in need thrive. They expect a lot of money in the state budget this year. The pantry is just one part of the Saranac Lake Central School District Community School curriculum. “We bring …

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Monadnock Ledger-Transcript – Girl Scout cookies bring joy to staff at Monadnock Community Hospital

Monadnock Community Hospital received $2,700 worth of Girl Scout cookies on March 7, donated by the Greater Monadnock Rotary Club through the Hometown Heroes program run by Girl Scouts of the Green and White Mountains. “This giveaway was a win-win for everyone involved,” said Kelli Brown, director of fund development …

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Community replaces wheelchair-style stroller stolen from 5-year-old who can’t walk – Boston 25 News

WORCESTER, Mass. – Last Tuesday, as 5-year-old Ariel Nguyen was getting ready for school, his father placed his wheelchair stroller outside the front door. He says he came back a few minutes later and was gone. “When the bus came I just went over there and where is he? Where’s …

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From then to now for the LGBT community

Twenty years ago, Jenny Bell was living “in the closet” as a married man with three children. Bell felt quite lost in a community that lacked accessible resources, education, and advocacy for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people. In 2002, Perceptions was launched. providing education, resources, networking and advocacy …

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Parks, trails and sports infrastructure among favorite community assets, but funding remains unstable

This broadcast season, KSMU’s “Making a Difference” program is shifting gears. Through a series of panel discussions aired once a month, we examine each chapter of the 2021 Community Direction Report for Springfield and Greene County. The CFR is a biennial report that assesses the community’s strengths, gaps, opportunities and …

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Community organization calls on Mayor Adams to rework his plan to end gun violence

March 09, 2022, 01:17Updated 1 hour ago By: News 12 Staff A community organization has submitted a signing letter demanding that Mayor Eric Adams rework his plan to end gun violence. The letter from “Communities United for Police Reform” includes signatures from other community organizations in each borough. He says …

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COMMUNITY EVENTS | Perry County News

The Perry County News is pleased to announce events of local interest as a service to our readers and the community. Information should be sent to The News at PO Box 309, Tell City, IN 47586. Information can also be faxed to 812-547-2847 or emailed to [email protected] Please include a …

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Parent Reaches Settlement With Rochester Community Schools Over Firing Scandal: What You Need To Know

ROCHESTER, Mich. – A settlement has been reached between Rochester Community Schools and a parent who accused the school board of having him fired from his job for social media posts that were critical of the district’s response to the pandemic. As many districts did when the pandemic hit, Rochester …

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Community-loved Globe waitress dies after liver transplant

GLOBE, Arizona (3TV/CBS 5) — We have an update on a story Arizona’s Family first told you about in September when the Globe-Miami community raised over $100,000 for a local waitress who was in desperate need of a heart transplant. liver. Sadly, the owners of the El Ranchito Cafe restaurant …

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COMMUNITY CALENDAR | News | logandaily.com

TOPS – 6 p.m. – Every Monday – Take Off Pounds Sensably – First Baptist Church, 399 Norwood Ave. Let’s talk about health – 2-3 p.m., every Tuesday, Hocking County Public Library, Logan Branch. Retired doctor Harry Guda will discuss all things health and illness. Euchre – 7 p.m. – …

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Allegheny Community Members Deserve Priority – The Campus

The absence of indispensable members of the community will be felt for years As an alumnus of Allegheny College, I deplore the layoffs of staff, administration, and faculty at the college. Since July 2021, Allegheny has lost 53 community members as part of the administration’s efforts to downsize the school. …

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The Community Food Pantry: Assessing Customer Needs | Undergraduate research

Project title Customer Needs Assessment Research question The Community Food Pantry seeks to better understand the needs of our current customers related to their social determinants of health. The Pantry tries to find out if there are any improvements or changes that need to be made to meet the needs …

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Kids Community Closet providing clothing, winter clothing for children in need

ST LOUIS – Children who need gloves or warm coats find exactly what they need in special “closets”. The National Council of Jewish Women of St. Louis (NCJWSTL) knows that having what you need helps keep kids in school and focused on learning. A new Children’s Community Closet (KCC) was …

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Community foundation praised for its stewardship and responsibility | Business

The Central Kentucky Community Foundation has been recognized nationally for its financial stewardship, accountability, and transparency by a longtime leader in the philanthropic industry. Through a review process conducted by the Council on Foundations, CKCF was granted three-year re-accreditation with the National Standards for US Community Foundation. CKCF first achieved …

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esaSolar and Lenawee Now Offer Community Grant to Blissfield

Florida-based solar farm developer esaSolar is partnering with Lenawee Now to offer a new Community Development Grant Fund for local programs and organizations with a mission to foster growth and momentum in the Village and Township of Blissfield, according to a press release from esaSolar. EsaSolar had planned a solar …

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New grocery store opens in Englewood thanks to organizers pushing to bring fresh food to the South Side

ENGLEWOOD — Jahari Fultz knows how difficult it is for some Englewood residents to find a nearby grocery store with healthy, fresh options. If families don’t have cars, it’s next to impossible, making grocery shopping a burden, he said. That may soon change with the Go Green Community Fresh Market, …

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TikTok has updated its community guidelines: 5 things to know

Dangerous trends, hateful ideologies and eating disorders targeted in changes Angela Mulka, Personal editor February 16, 2022Updated: February 16, 2022 4:57 p.m. FILE – On Tuesday, TikTok announced an update to its community guidelines to ban dead names, gender errors and misogyny. (Picture: September 28, 2020.) Kiichiro Sato/AP Photo TikTok …

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Bulls Gap woman turns grief into action by opening community closet at Rogersville Middle School | News

ROGERSVILLE — A former Rogersville Middle School student decided to open Shea’s Closet in memory of her late son, who loved giving back. Seven years ago, Tonya Shortt lost her 23-year-old son, Shea Collins, in a tragic accident. Shortt had her son when she was young and raised him as …

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Kensington’s new community garden finds a new home in the Salvation Army

The New Kensington Community Garden is about to take root in a new home in town. The vegetable garden, previously located along Fifth Avenue between Eighth and Ninth Streets, is scheduled to be rebuilt and replanted this year on Salvation Army land near Industrial Boulevard. The New Kensington Salvation Army …

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Community comes together to send Valentine’s Day cards to local children’s shelter

RUPERT, WV (WVNS) – Valentine’s Day is almost upon us, and a Greenbrier County children’s shelter has organized something special for its children. The Greenbrier Valley Children’s Home in Rupert is home to twelve children, ages 7 to 18. They posted a post on Facebook on February 5, asking for …

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The community weighs in on the governance of the ATP, Cap Metro

Photo by ATXN. Cap Metro CEO/Executive Director ATP Randy Clarke Thursday February 10th, 2022 by Jo Clifton At least 165 community members participated Tuesday night in the first of two virtual meetings designed to gather feedback on the future of Austin’s Connect project, which is currently in the design phase. …

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‘Iron Grain District’ in works for community of Republic, Mo., plans include commercial and residential development

REPUBLIC, Mo. (KY3) – A $65 million project known as the “Iron Grain District” is the work for the Republic community, an opportunity that would include major commercial and residential development. Mager Management, a Springfield-based company that has owned and managed nearly 200 properties over more than 40 years, is …

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Improving La Jolla Streetscape Plan Gets Community Planning Association Approval

The Enhance La Jolla Streetscape Plan for The Village was approved by local city planning boards when the La Jolla Community Planning Association unanimously gave their support at its February 3 meeting. LJCPA hailed the plan as something that will “bring energy back to the village”. But some participants expressed …

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‘Havana Syndrome’: US Intelligence Community Report Says ‘Pulsed Electromagnetic Energy’ Could Be The Cause

But the panel stopped short of making a final decision, saying only that electromagnetic energy and, in limited circumstances, ultrasound could explain the main symptoms – underscoring how the cloudy disease known colloquially as ” Havana Syndrome” has remained one of the intelligence community’s most enduring mysteries. “We learned a …

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Why didn’t Eastman issue an alert?

KINGSPORT, Tenn. (WJHL) — At approximately 7:27 a.m. Monday morning, a steam line at the Eastman Chemical Company’s Kingsport site failed, injuring five workers and sending unknown materials into a nearby neighborhood as the line continued to vent nearby high pressure steam. . Eastman: 5 injured after steam line failure, …

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Resilient Community Arts expands access to art for low-income families

EASTHAMPTON – While it may be believed that ‘art is for everyone’, unfortunately not everyone has access to the opportunities that art provides. But Maddie McDougall hopes to change that in Pioneer Valley with the help of her new nonprofit Resilient Community Arts. The organization, which moved into Suite 44 …

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After a month, Landmark Restaurant is already a community staple – Business Journal Daily

LIBERTY, Ohio – Upon entering the Landmark Restaurant and Bakery, the aroma of baked goods and breakfast foods immediately fills the air. Located at 1472 Churchill-Hubbard Road, the restaurant has already lived up to its namesake in the month it opened. “It’s amazing. Absolutely amazing. We see the same faces …

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Cowboys award $250,000 to install new football field at Cedar Crest Community Center – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

The Dallas Cowboys, through the National Football League Foundation’s Grassroots program, awarded $250,000 to Behind Every Door to install an artificial turf soccer field at Cedar Crest Community Center in the South Oak Cliff neighborhood of Dallas. Cedar Crest Community Center, formerly owned by the Salvation Army, has been a …

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Retail development plans for East El Paso community replace longtime church

EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) The old Mount Hope Lutheran Church is being demolished in hopes that new property will take its place, bringing commercial development to the community. The property is located at 9640 Montwood Drive, corner of McRae Boulevard, directly across from Eastwood High School. According to city zoning …

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Another violence switch killed in Baltimore as community reeling from gun violence

A man who worked on the front lines to prevent gun violence in Baltimore, Maryland, was fatally shot Wednesday night in a quadruple shooting on E. Monument Street in the McElderry Park neighborhood. DaShawn McGrier, 29, from Baltimore, worked as a violence interrupter for Safe Streets and is the third …

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Staten Island FerryHawks President to Address Community Board 3

STATEN ISLAND, NY – The president of the Staten Island FerryHawks will discuss his vision for the stadium and the team’s anticipated relationship with the community during a virtual Community Board 3 town hall meeting on Tuesday, January 25. In addition to general board business at the 7:00 p.m. meeting, …

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Tongan community meets with Portland leaders to send aid after eruption and tsunami

“My mother’s siblings and my father’s siblings – some of them are still back on the island” by: Gabby Urenda Job : January 20, 2022 / 5:10 p.m. PST / Update: January 20, 2022 / 5:10 p.m. PST FILE – This satellite image provided by Maxar Technologies shows an overview …

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FBI special agent Rachael Rollins meets with Jewish community in Massachusetts after synagogue hostage crisis, security formations highlighted

The Texas Synagogue hostage crisis hit Jewish communities around the world this weekend, including Bay State Jews who heard from the FBI and U.S. Attorney on Tuesday following the horrific incident. After the Texas rabbi said security trainings helped him survive the hostage nightmare, many speakers at Tuesday’s community briefing …

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Community Risk Reduction: Redefining “First Responder” and Reimagining CRR

From “leather lungs” to SCBA, from fire suppression alone to all-hazards response, from primary response to proactive community risk reduction (CRR), the evolution of fire services has been an ongoing paradigm shift, whether by choice or choice. forced due to changes in science and society. Today, from the pandemic to …

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IN YOUR CORNER: Community seeks to commemorate teenager as legal battle looms

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – Members of the metropolitan community are hoping a local baseball field can commemorate a local teenager who was killed in a car crash. But the estate’s future remains uncertain as a legal battle continues. The battle for Davis Ballpark rages on. IN YOUR CORNER: Neighbors fight …

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All of California is experiencing high community transmission: CDC

through: Addy Bink, Nexstar Media Wire Job : January 13, 2022 / 5:50 p.m. PST / Update: January 13, 2022 / 5:22 p.m. PST (KTLA) – COVID-19 cases are on the rise in the United States, with an increase even more apparent in the latest data from the Centers for …

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Community foundation receives $ 19.5 million and counts for those affected by the Marshall fire

In the weeks following the destruction of more than 1,000 homes in the Marshall Fire, Colorado organizations, businesses and individuals donated millions of dollars to support Boulder County residents affected by the fire in order to fill the gaps of insurers and other government agencies. . “We predict that insurance …

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community comes together to celebrate the life of Alexis Hughan | News, Sports, Jobs

Pictured are tributes and memorials on display during a service on Saturday at First Covenant Church in Jamestown in honor of Alexis C. Hughan. The 15-year-old was killed in a traffic accident on New Years Eve. PJ Photos by Katrina Fuller On Saturday Lexy Hughan did what few can do …

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Community Loan Fund Selects Successor to Long-Time Training Director

ALBANY – My Community Loan Fund has selected Destiny Watkins to succeed Paul Stewart, its longtime training and technical support manager, following his recent retirement. Watkins worked with the organization for seven years and was promoted internally from her previous role as Loan Manager for Community Development Loan Fund. She …

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Health service looking for community partners for COVID pop-up clinics

MANISTEE COUNTY – The District 10 health department said in a press release that it is seeking community partners interested in hosting COVID-19 contextual vaccination clinics at their businesses, organizations or community events. The health department has noted that with cases of COVID-19 remaining high and likely to see an …

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#BettyWhiteChallenge urges everyone to support the animals in their community

(FOX 46 CHARLOTTE) – The latest social media challenge is something anyone can take on, and no, no one has to eat laundry detergent or set things on fire. the #BettyWhiteChallenge is gaining traction on social media sites like Facebook and Twitter. The challenge in itself is simple: Helping animals …

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Guest comment: The proposed reform of community planning groups will do much more harm than good

This commentary was originally written as a letter to San Diego City Councilor Joe LaCava. At its December 2 meeting, the La Jolla Community Planning Association discussed the planning group “reform” project. The LJCPA understands the need for planning groups to align with the city charter; therefore, we support legal …

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Local Bell County community centers to open as warm-up centers this weekend

KILLEEN, Texas (KWTX) – Local Bell County shelters are making final preparations for the first winter storms that hit this weekend. The Impact Temple and Rosa Hereford Community Center will be open Saturdays and Sundays for anyone in need of shelter. Deni Howard of Impact Temple says that with the …

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Why this rebellious rural community in northeastern Spain is fighting against wind farms

Vicente’s parents are no longer alive, but in the small stone town of Calaceite on a secluded Aragonese hill, he still remembers their stories very well. Vicente is 83 years old. He remembers how they spoke of the Spanish Civil War, of the fascists in green uniforms, of the militia, …

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Family and community leaders seek justice after Kansas grandmother dies in shooting

KANSAS CITY, Kansas (WDAF) – On Christmas Eve in Kansas City, Kansas City police said an 85-year-old grandmother was killed in a shot in car while sitting at home with her husband. Patricia Panijan was watching TV in the living room when a car drove past her house and opened …

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“A Sense of Community”: Can the Shattuck Cabins be an answer to the crisis in Mass. and Cass?

Seventeen sleeping cabins, ranging from 64 to 100 square feet, are lined up in two rows. At one end is a courtyard. And at the front of the village is a 500 square foot structure that will serve as a common room, where those who live there can meet for …

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Superiorland Kiwanis Club of Marquette serves Christmas Eve community dinner

MARQUETTE, Mich. (WLUC) – ‘It was Christmas Eve, and you could see volunteers. They distributed holiday meals to members of the community. For at least 30 years, the Superiorland Kiwanis Club in Marquette has served Christmas dinner. This year, the members decided to make a difference. “We put it on …

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Community air monitoring grows in Houston as accessibility to local data expands – Houston Public Media

Juan Flores with Air Alliance Houston installs a PurpleAir monitor in a house in Jacinto City. When Debra Walker set up an air monitor in the front yard of her Sunnyside home a few months ago, she first got weird looks from her neighbors. “People thought they were cameras – …

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Huntsville Community Development, volunteers renovate two homes owned by seniors

HUNTSVILLE, Alabama – On Monday, volunteers helped the City of Huntsville Community Development Department renovate two homes owned by area seniors. Volunteers updated the exterior of the houses, added handicapped ramps, and helped clean up the yard. Remembering a Christmas Tradition in Huntsville The Deferred Maintenance Rehabilitation Program is a …

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Sunday story: Christmas for the community

For nearly a decade, Lee Ann and John Sawyer have celebrated Christmas surrounded by friends and family – and nearly 2,000 of their neighbors. Lee Ann is the Executive Director of Bypass RVA, a non-profit organization that John founded in 2012. The organization plans two major volunteer opportunities each year: …

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Community decorates Christmas tree in memory of man killed in West Haven fire – NBC Connecticut

A West Haven family whose uncle died after a fire last week planted a Christmas tree in his memory and community members have started decorating it. Frederick Hart, 88, died in a fire on December 6 at his Collis Street home in West Haven. Hart’s nephew John McCarthy describes him …

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Opposition to local shelters further worsens the plight of vulnerable families

Finding accommodations for everyone (photo: Emil Cohen / City Council) On October 29, the New York City Department of Social Services sent a letter to Brooklyn Community Board 11 advising of the construction of a homeless shelter in Bensonhurst. The facility would serve 75 families with children, with priority given …

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Maryland to invest $ 63 million in community and economic development

Governor Larry Hogan on Friday announced $ 63 million in awards for Maryland’s revitalization programs. Governor Larry Hogan on Friday announced $ 63 million in rewards for Maryland’s revitalization programs, according to a state government press release. The funds will be distributed to 214 projects and activities focused on community …

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LCRA awards over $ 730,000 in grants to community projects in the region

AUSTIN (KXAN) – More than 30 community projects across the region have just received a big boost in funding, thanks to the Lower Colorado River Authority. The agency announced Friday that it has awarded more than $ 730,000 in grants to projects in its power, water and transmission areas. The …

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Allied Orion Group plans multi-family development in Whisper Valley community

HOUSTON, December 9, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Allied Orion Group Plans to Develop The Evergreen in Whisper Valley, a 350-unit garden-style apartment community located in Whisper Valley – Austin’s 2021 Community of the Year and 2021 Project of the Year at the Austin Green Awards. The Evergreen will be …

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Northern Lehigh’s memorable state football semi-final brings community together

Times have been tough in recent years as the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted so many people and left communities debating policies. It has been difficult for cities and school districts to come together and be 100 percent together on something. That’s what Northern Lehigh football team and his impressive state …

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North Little Rock School District seeks community mentors as violence and loss of learning increase

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – In the North Little Rock School District, data shows an increase in violence and learning losses among its students. The district says positive role models are needed more than ever, as they have seen an increase in behavior problems and a decline in academic performance. …

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