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email@example.comWhen an earthquake struck Haiti in January of 2010, the repercussions were felt in Hagerstown — not on a seismograph, but in the hearts of parishioners from St. Ann Catholic Church. For weeks, they followed news reports of a leveled Port-au-Prince....
Beaver Creek Church of the Brethren, Pastor Rachel Black will preach on the Power of the Cross at the 10 a.m. service Sunday. Madison Gaines will be the worship leader. Sunday school for all ages at 9 a.m. A chicken-and-waffle, sausage-gravy and biscuit...
Heather Lowery, daughter of James and Marilynda Lowery of Williamsport, graduated magna cum laude from Robert Morris University in May. She finished with a 3.91 grade-point average after only three years. Heather was engaged in several student...
The Top Five Haitian children’s art show An exhibition of paintings done by children in Jacmel, Haiti, following the 2010 earthquake. 5 to 9 p.m. during First Friday Art Walk on July 1. Historic Preservation Warehouse, 252 E. King St.,...
Susquehanna Bancshares, parent company of Susquehanna Bank, will match employee donations to four relief organizations that are working on recovery efforts in Japan: Save the Children, American Red Cross, World Vision and the International Medical Corps....
UK Basketball: John Calipari will be the keynote speaker at the Henry Iba Citizen Athlete Awards on June firstname.lastname@example.orgKentucky coach John Calipari will be the keynote speaker at the Henry Iba Citizen Athlete Awards on June 3 in Tulsa. “We have had the big names of college basketball as well as baseball and football here,” said Greg Kach, chairman of the...
The Hartford CourantThe city of Bridgeport's reform-minded superintendent of schools has come under fire from the state's largest teacher union, which filed a complaint Monday that the district is illegally excluding teacher, parents and community leaders from decision-...
Heidi O'Mara has seen it all. From the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina in Alabama to the wreckage left from Superstorm Sandy in New Jersey, the 64-year-old Plantation resident has made it her mission to help everyone she possibly can. O'Mara volunteers...
Mary Novotny Jeffries was 11 when she lost her right leg, from the hip down, to bone cancer. When she returned to the home she shared with her parents and eight siblings on Chicago's South Side, everything — and nothing — had changed. "I...
Brian Buhman, a 30-year-old Quakertown resident, was honored at the White House last month for his work as a volunteer state coordinator of Team Rubicon USA, a nonprofit disaster response service comprised of U.S. military veterans. Buhman, who served...
It’s been four years since President George W. Bush left the White House, with the former commander in chief reentering the public eye with the dedication of his presidential library in Dallas on Thursday. Bush’s time as a former president...
Before her panel at the L.A. Times Festival of Book, journalist and author Amy Wilentz dropped in at our video booth to talk about how she came to write her latest book, "Farewell, Fred Voodoo." Written after Haiti's devastating 2010 earthquake, this...
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