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  • Keep politics out of the pulpit

    Under federal law, it is illegal for churches and other so-called 501(c)(3) nonprofit organizations to "participate in, or intervene in … any political campaign on behalf of (or in opposition to) any candidate for public office." But in recent...
  • Bolton Church looking for crafters for September fair

    BOLTON - St. George's Episcopal Church is inviting crafters to rent a booth at the church's 39th annual Craft and Harvest Fair. The event will be held on Saturday, Sept. 27, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the Parish Hall and on the church grounds at 1150 Boston...
  • Air Force statement on the passing of Vic Johnston

    The following statement was released by Air Force Brig. Gen. Kathleen A. Cook, director of public affairs, on the passing of Vic Johnston. As some of you know, we lost a member of our PA family Friday evening. Mr. Lyman "Vic" Johnston, 633rd Air Base...
  • Jane Allan Bowie

    Jane Allan Bowie
    Jane Allan Bowie, former executive director of Network 2000 who earlier worked in marketing and public relations, died Monday of amyotropic lateral sclerosis, more commonly known as Lou Gehrig's disease, at her Lutherville home. She was 67. "We met...
  • Gazans learn a lesson: Elections have consequences

    To the editor: Ahdaf Soueif closes her article with the statement that we must do everything we can to heal the terrible wound inflicted on the Gaza Strip. ("Dead Palestinian children in Gaza tell story of impunity," Op-Ed, July 31) Will this healing...
  • Mount Washington school redefines education

    Mount Washington school redefines education
    Caroline Chavasse stood before a room of fidgeting young bodies and wandering eyes and made a tearful plea for her livelihood. The fate of the 51-year-old rested with this group of 40 youngsters who, with a check of a "yes" or "no" box, would decide...
  • Maryland senator feels at home in Newport News

    Sen. Barbara Mikulski of Maryland misses those shipyards in her home state that have closed down. On Wednesday, she made up for lost time during a visit to downtown Newport News, which still has one. Mikulski, who chairs the Senate Appropriations...
  • Huntington choir 'totally overjoyed' to sing at London's St. Paul's Cathedral

    Huntington choir 'totally overjoyed' to sing at London's St. Paul's Cathedral
    Elaine Meigs visited St. Paul's Cathedral in London with Cal State Fullerton's choir when she was 16 and was amazed by the architecture of the 300-year-old church. She never imagined she would have the opportunity to visit it again. So it came as a huge...
  • Hikers learn about Colchester's history in Ponemah Cemetery

    As is true of many New England towns, Colchester's history was rediscovered by later generations walking in its cemeteries that date back to when colonies were incorporated. The Colchester Land Trust sponsored a "Discover Colchester" walk on Sunday, Aug....
  • READER SUBMITTED: St. Peter's Episcopal Church Pulled Pork Dinner

    St. Peter's Episcopal Church, 30 Church St. (Rt. 85), Hebron, will be holding its monthly community dinner on Saturday, Aug. 16, from 4:30-6:30 p.m. or until we're sold out. The menu will include pulled pork on a sliced roll, corn on the cob, baked beans,...
  • Organist and choir director needed

    HEBRON- St. Peter's Episcopal Church is currently conducting a search for an organist. Duties include playing weekly at the main Sunday morning service (usually 10 a.m.) and five additional services during the year (e.g. Christmas Eve). The position of...