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  • Gaps between rich and poor widening

    Gaps between rich and poor widening
    The gaps between the Peninsula's poorest and richest neighborhoods are wide, and getting wider. They are gaps in income — and in the share of income available to save for the future, in access to jobs, health care and even groceries, a Daily Press...
  • Obama's deficient student loan program

    Obama's deficient student loan program
    The government normally doesn't care whether you or I accumulate large bills for home improvement, a new car or exotic vacations. But Barack Obama feels no hesitation in concluding that the cost of higher education has placed "too big a debt load on too...
  • Scholarships awarded

    ENFIELD- The GFWC/The Woman's Club of Enfield, has awarded the following scholarships: Stephanie Wence, a student at The University of Hartford, received $1,000, and Britney Kaplan, a UConn Law School student, was awarded $800, from the Rose Boulanger...
  • Scholarship awarded

    ENFIELD- The North Central CT Professional Business Women (NCCPBW) awarded their annual scholarship of $500 to Linda Moua. Moua is a returning student attending Asnuntuck Community College. She is majoring in Business Administration and plans to...
  • Summer is deadliest time for teen drivers

    Summer is deadliest time for teen drivers
    If anyone knows how dangerous driving can be for teenagers, it's Florida Highway Patrol Sgt. Kim Montes. That's why Montes, the agency's spokeswoman for the Central Florida region, has laid down the law for her 16-year-old son: Wear your seat belt. Don'...
  • Three win Amanda Post student athlete scholarships [Clarksville]

    This week's news seems mostly all about winners. Everybody wants to be a winner and it's nice when everyone can win. Sometimes struggling to compete makes you a winner even without a trophy or ribbon. Congratulations to all who struggle in the race of...
  • Bel Air High student wins Hannah Hirsch Cohen Art Scholarship Award

    This year's recipient of the $1,000 Hannah Hirsch Cohen Art Scholarship Award winner is a Bel Air High School artist, Gracie Rothey, of the Class of 2014. Rothey is on her way to The Pratt Institute of Brooklyn, N.Y., in the fall to study digital art...
  • Debt lower here than in most areas

    Debt lower here than in most areas
    South Floridians are taking on more debt as the economy improves, but they still have less than people in most metropolitan areas, a new survey found. The average debt of $24,884 per person in Broward, Palm Beach and Miami-Dade counties in February 2014...
  • Open College Aid To Undocumented Students

    Open College Aid To Undocumented Students
    In May, U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan visited Hartford to discuss the importance of college readiness, access and affordability. Several state and local education and political leaders accompanied Secretary Duncan on his visit to the...
  • The Crowd: Graduates join the scholarship 'Club'

    The Crowd: Graduates join the scholarship 'Club'
    It was arguably the most inspirational evening of the year at the Balboa Bay Club. The annual 1221 Club Scholarship Awards were granted to students from the Newport-Mesa Unified School District. Twenty-four grants totaling $150,000 were bestowed upon...
  • 3-ATHL33TS

    3-ATHL33TS
    Robert Morris University Illinois’s newest athletic team will be treated like every other at the school. Athletes will be offered scholarships, uniforms, post-game meals and a facility where they can practice. They also will be expected to attend...