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  • Enfield Students Raise Money For Parkinson's Research And No-Kill Animal Shelter

    Enfield Students Raise Money For Parkinson's Research And No-Kill Animal Shelter
    ENFIELD - Students in the Talented and Gifted program at John F. Kennedy Middle School are working on community fundraising projects this spring. Twin brothers Ryan Suleski and Sean Suleski, 12-year-old seventh graders, have a grandfather who has...
  • Clinton defends family foundation from charges of favoritism

    Hillary Rodham Clinton dismissed swirling questions about her family foundation Monday as little more than political attacks from Republicans eager to gain an early advantage in the 2016 presidential contest. Clinton, campaigning for the Democratic...
  • Judge's order halts man seeking to build veterans museum

    A Manchester man's effort to build a veterans museum was temporarily shut down Monday amid complaints that he has spent years operating outside the rules that govern charitable organizations. A Merrimack County Superior Court judge granted the attorney...
  • Celebrating Earth Day in the Keys

    Celebrating Earth Day in the Keys
    We have but one planet to protect, cherish and celebrate, and arguably one of the best places to mark Earth Day this April is in the unspoiled Florida Keys and Key West.  Generally celebrated world wide on April 22, celebrations take place before, on...
  • Virgen: Lott Trophy Watch List players announced

    David Baker, the president of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, couldn't help but laugh Friday at the Pacific Club in Newport Beach, where he told the story about giving Ray Guy some good news. Everyone in attendance for the Ronnie Lott IMPACT (Integrity,...
  • Speak Out caller: Elgin voted to give money to businesses

    Rocky road ahead: OK, Elgin, watch your wallets. It looks like the voters voted to give away money to businesses when businesses should be making money on their own. How about real estate taxes? None of the elected people mentioned it. Doubting sincerity...
  • Broward Business Leader: Steve E. Stock, Guy Harvey Inc. | Video

    Broward Business Leader: Steve E. Stock, Guy Harvey Inc. | Video
    Without Guy Harvey, there would be no Guy Harvey Inc. But without Steve E. Stock, the company might not be an internationally known, multimillion-dollar brand connecting with consumers of all ages and unifying them to promote ocean conservation. As...
  • Helping out is competition for men — when a woman asks

    Helping out is competition for men — when a woman asks
    People compete for resources, mates and survival -- so why did we evolve the willingness to help each other out unconditionally? Scientists aren't exactly sure. But a new study, conducted by studying donors on a fundraising website, suggests that...
  • Food Forward delivers farmers market produce to those who need it most

    Food Forward delivers farmers market produce to those who need it most
    Smart farmers market shoppers know it’s best to get there bright and early. So why is Leah Boyer hanging around the Saturday Torrance market at closing time? It’s because she’s got hungry people to feed. Boyer is the farmers market...
  • Foundation marks 25 years supporting Jewish organizations

    Foundation marks 25 years supporting Jewish organizations
    This year marks the 25th anniversary that local lawyer Ira Leesfield founded the Leesfield Family Foundation. This foundation, based in Miami, is primarily supported through funding from the Leesfield Family with intermittent donations from other sources....
  • Clinton Foundation to continue accepting some foreign money

    The board of the Clinton Foundation said Wednesday night that it will continue accepting donations from foreign governments, but only from six nations, a move that appears aimed at insulating Hillary Rodham Clinton from controversies over the charity's...