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  • Learning Matters: GCC choir provides a fun outlet

    Learning Matters: GCC choir provides a fun outlet
    I have written and spoken many times — including in this column last September — about the academic and social benefits of music education for children. Learning to read music is learning a new symbolic language. Learning rhythms is an...
  • Presbyterian General Assembly votes to allow same-sex marriage

    The top legislative body of the Presbyterian Church USA has voted to recognize same-sex marriage in its church constitution. The amendment, approved 429-175 by the Presbyterian General Assembly meeting in Detroit, would add language that marriage can be...
  • First Baptist Church of Leesburg mission team to visit Guatemala

    A mission team from First Baptist Church of Leesburg, 220 N. 13th St., will travel to the San Juan Malnutrition Center in Guatemala July 5-11 to care for children who are severely undernourished. The trip is being organized through Orphan's Heart, an...
  • Art and historic homes in Allentown's West Park

    Browse the art in Allentown's oldest city park and tour turn-of-the-century Allentown homes near the park this weekend in two long-running events. First up on Saturday: the 40th annual Art-in-the-Park, a free festival featuring more a record number of...
  • Raymond Bauer: Science teacher shocked, inspired students

    Raymond Bauer: Science teacher shocked, inspired students
    Science teacher Raymond Bauer sparked students' curiosity with experiments that exploded, foamed and fizzed. But his grandson's all-time favorite was when "Paw-Paw," helping out last year as a volunteer tutor at Lakemont Elementary School in Winter...
  • Lightning strike damages Monkton church

    Lightning strike damages Monkton church
    The Monkton United Methodist Church was damaged when lightning struck the steeple early Thursday morning, according to Baltimore County officials. Police responded to a caller at 1:37 a.m. who said that lightning had struck the steeple and started a...
  • Evette M. Boykin, paralegal

    Evette M. Boykin, paralegal
    Evette M. Boykin, a retired paralegal and longtime Northwesr Baltimore resident who worked for the federal government, died June 7 of a stroke at Genesis Health Care-Waldorf Center in Waldorf. She was 59. The daughter of Crosky Belle, a construction...
  • Anglican Church of North America will pick successor to founding archbishop

    PITTSBURGH There won't be any white smoke coming out of the chimney, but they're calling it a conclave, similar to a papal election. Bishops of the Anglican Church in North America a breakaway denomination formed by conservatives dismayed by liberal...
  • Hampton Roads authors keeping busy

    Hampton Roads authors keeping busy
    Hampton Roads writers are prolific. Every month in the Daily Press newsroom, we receive information on a number of new releases to share with our readers. Here’s a look at several titles from the past few months. “The Private War of...
  • United Way looking for diaper donations

    United Way of Palm Beach County kicked off its second annual community-wide Diaper Drop on June 2. The agency is seeking donations of diapers of varying sizes and brands, wipes, onesies and receiving blankets. The Diaper Drop provides local at-risk...
  • What messages are we sending?

    Now, many faith communities appreciate the art and science of marketing and have outdoor signs with worship times (important) and clergy names (perhaps not so important). And a few include words of invitation. This message was one I didn't expect....