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  • Thieves target copper at Habitat for Humanity home

    Thieves target copper at Habitat for Humanity home
    Copper tubing and brass fitting were stolen from a Habitat for Humanity home on College Drive, according to Orlando police. The theft happened sometime between 3:30 p.m. Friday and 6:30 a.m Monday at the home located at 4600 College Dr. near Ivey Lane,...
  • Volunteers put finishing touch on family's new home

    Volunteers put finishing touch on family's new home
    Volunteers appeared in bright red T-shirts early one morning ready to build a house. The beneficiaries? An Oakland Park couple looking for a helping hand. Habitat for Humanity of Broward and Bank of America recently teamed up to provide the house to...
  • Corporate giving

    •Habitat for Humanity of Greater Orlando Area received a $40,000 community development grant from the Bank of America Charitable Foundation. The donation will help fund construction of the first home in Butler's Preserve. •Employees of...
  • ECHN welcomes Dr. Philip D. DeGaetano to staff

    Eastern Connecticut Health Network (ECHN) welcomes Philip D. DeGaetano, DO, to its active medical staff. DeGaetano joined Eastern Connecticut Medical Professionals Foundation, Inc. in its multispecialty group practice located at 175 West Road in...
  • Business Group Backs CL&P Rate Request

    Business Group Backs CL&P Rate Request
    The Connecticut Business and Industry Association, the state's largest business organization with more than 10,000 member companies, has long lamented high energy costs as an undue burden on businesses and one main reason why economic growth has generally...
  • Extraordinary Life: A 'Saint' For Habitat For Humanity

    Extraordinary Life: A 'Saint' For Habitat For Humanity
    Archie Gatzuras was a quiet man with a sweet smile whose generosity extended widely. For more than 20 years, he spent a day each week building houses that put homeownership into the hands of low-income residents. Although not a church member, he...
  • 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...
  • Wheaton's James Ellingson, businessman, dies at 81

    James Ellingson created and ran a successful Rolling Meadows-based building materials distribution firm. Mr. Ellingson also was willing to get his hands dirty when it came to volunteering in Wheaton, his longtime home, building sets for the Wheaton...
  • 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....
  • Woman's Club gives $6,000 to local agencies

    The Woman's Club of Delray Beach (WCDB) played a key role in the city's early growth. Now, more than 100 years later, the tradition remains strong. The club recently awarded nearly $6,000 in gifts to local agencies. "By supporting many organizations that...
  • Habitat steps in to help veteran improve home

    Instead of being evicted, 89-year-old Royal Manor Estates resident Calvin Dever will have a newly refurbished and painted home, courtesy of Habitat for Humanity's Neighborhood Revitalization Program. The revitalization program rehabilitates existing...