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  • Investing in affordable housing in Bithlo will transform lives

    Investing in affordable housing in Bithlo will transform lives
    Mayor Teresa Jacobs, in her State of the County address this month, rolled out the new INVEST in Our Home for Life program that will spend more than $300 million on infrastructure and public projects in Orange County for the sake of future generations....
  • Hires and promotions at Lehigh Valley businesses

    HILLARY J. MOONAY has joined MacElree Harvey Ltd. as a partner. Moonay will work in the firm's new Bucks County office at 120 S. Main Street in Doylestown. Moonay has practiced exclusively in the area of family law. She has experience with domestic...
  • United Way of South Hampton Roads hires VP of programs

    United Way of South Hampton Roads hired Luciano Ramos as vice president of programs and integration after a national search. A Hampton Roads native, Ramos has established a national reputation as an educator, urban planner and community leader over...
  • After 30 years, Leadership Howard County can take a bow [Editorial]

    From the farms of the western county to the visionary suburb of Columbia to the quirky shops on Main Street in old Ellicott City, Howard County is a slice of Maryland of such diversity that it would seem to invite internal contradictions and become a...
  • Residents, businesses list local, regional wish lists

    Residents, businesses list local, regional wish lists
    Better paying jobs, a healthier community, more education and a push toward regionalization were among the most important changes community members said they would like to see in Northwest Indiana. The information came out of a roundtable discussion...
  • Summer series teaches families to learn from mealtime

     Summer series teaches families to learn from mealtime
    Wanda Robinson knows the value of family meals around the dinner table, as well as the connection between good nutrition and classroom success. She wants to make sure parents across Broward County get the message, too. Robinson, a specialist with...
  • Community news: Lake Area United Way schedules planning session

    Lake Area United Way planning session First Financial Bank in Crown Point will host Lake Area United Way on Tuesday for a "kitchen table" dialogue with members of the community. Andrew Kyres, vice president and banking center manager, said the bank is...
  • HSP digging for community garden volunteers

    HSP digging for community garden volunteers
    Last year, the Human Services Programs of Carroll County Inc. harvested more than 1,500 pounds of produce from its community garden and fed more than 600 households. This year, though, the group is still looking for volunteers willing to lend a hand in...
  • Hope Ministries tutors help adults conquer literacy needs

    Clad in a checkered orange shirt and sporting a salt-and-pepper 5 o'clock shadow, Theodore Ramsey works on his school assignment at a round table in Hope Ministries' Learning Center. Across from him is Trey Frary, his tattooed arm slowly moving across a...
  • March for victims of designer drug flakka held in Fort Lauderdale

    March for victims of designer drug flakka held in Fort Lauderdale
    During what she could describe only as a devastating morning, Rose Waters lost her 26-year-old nephew to the synthetic designer street drug known as flakka. Java Jackson died on Memorial Day at Broward Health Medical Center in Fort Lauderdale, Waters,...
  • Porter County United Way leader to retire

    Porter County United Way leader to retire
    When Sharon Kish announced her retirement after 14 years as president of the United Way of Porter County recently, members of the community recognized that things would never be the same. As head of the organization that works with more than 40 agencies...