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  • 10/29: People on move

    10/29: People on move
    Scott Kimpel, construction manager at PCL Construction Services, was appointed to the Habitat for Humanity of Greater Orlando Area board of directors. Roseann Harrington, vice president of marketing, communications and community relations at the Orlando...
  • Hampton housing blitz hits Fordham

    More than 220 volunteers armed with donated tools and materials panned out over the Cary-Fordham neighborhoods for the city's sixth housing blitz. The Community Development Department partnered with Habitat for Humanity and the Hampton Redevelopment...
  • Incumbent Democrat, Republican 'Political Outsider' Vie For House District 59 Seat

    Incumbent Democrat, Republican 'Political Outsider' Vie For House District 59 Seat
    ENFIELD – Incumbent Democrat Rep. David Kiner is facing a challenge for his House District 59 seat from self-described "political outsider" and Republican Rob Kwasnicki. Kiner, 30, has been the state representative for the district since 2010....
  • Find an Inner Warmth for the Holidays - Volunteer

    Find an Inner Warmth for the Holidays - Volunteer
    It’s almost a cliché to hear people say the holidays are a time to “give something back.” Yet it’s exactly this time of year when wintry weather conditions and economic pressures put the greatest strain on charities, nonprofits and...
  • Church Leads Hartford's Asylum Hill Revival

    Church Leads Hartford's Asylum Hill Revival
    Last month, there was a wall-raising by volunteers who are building a Victorian-style home in Hartford's Asylum Hill neighborhood. There haven't been many of these put up since Queen Victoria herself left the throne. It's a good story. At the dawn of...
  • Volunteers help provide homes to three families

    For Asia Smith, owning her own home is no longer just a dream. Thanks to Habitat for Humanity of Broward County and JM Family Enterprises, the first-time homeowner and her four children live in a four-bedroom, two-bathroom house in Oakland Park....
  • Voluntarios son verdaderos superhéroes de la comunidad

    Voluntarios son verdaderos superhéroes de la comunidad
    Aunque para ayudar a la comunidad "no hay horario ni fecha en el calendario", como dice el coro de una popular canción, hay quienes por estos días comienzan a buscar información sobre oportunidades para servir como voluntarios durante actividades con...
  • Boynton Beach police expanding SmartWater program

    Burglars aren't being caught red-handed anymore, they're ending up marked by a black light-detectable liquid that's reducing crime, according to Boynton Beach police. And thanks to a succesful roll out of the liquid in several Boynton Beach...
  • Plenty of treats for Halloween revelers in the city

    Plenty of treats for Halloween revelers in the city
    Pirates, ninjas, witches and princesses will find a scary-good time in Delray Beach this Halloween. Revelers of all ages are invited to these family-friendly events. Ghostly characters from Delray's past is the theme of the Delray Beach Historical...
  • For Florida House, incumbent candidates are hard to beat

    For Florida House, incumbent candidates are hard to beat
    The governor's race has top billing, but pay attention to the legislative contests as well. The Legislature, even more than the governor, has the power to shape the future of Florida. Much of that power will remain with incumbents, who are hard to beat....
  • Habitat for Humanity home dedicated in Putnam

    When Lorielle Robidas turned the key and opened the door to her new home on Van Den Noort Street in Putnam, a crowd of people cheered her on. Robidas and her children are the 64th family in eastern Connecticut to be given a chance at home ownership with...