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firstname.lastname@example.orgThere was one lone runner in the Enemy Swim Day School running program last year, and interest in running and physical activity was waning among students. Enemy Swim Day School administrators decided to try to do something about that. "The declining...
email@example.comWashington County was recognized as one of the 100 best communities for young people by America’s Promise Alliance and ING U.S. during a ceremony Friday evening at Valley Mall in Halfway. Shalom Black Lane, executive director of Teens Have...
Tags: Arts and Culture, Culture, Entertainment, Dance, Social Sciences
SportsTalkWhen someone told Dion King (with Greg Kessel in photo at right) that he had 13 tackles in Lafayette’s win over Yale last Saturday, King’s reaction was, “Who, me?” “I was shocked,” King said Tuesday. “I thought...
Dear Liz: I have read tons of books on finance and debt repayment, but I'm having trouble deciding what to do next. My husband and I are 52. He receives a monthly disability income, and I work two days a week. We still have about $105,000 left before...
Tags: Small Businesses, Credit and Debt, Business, Banking, Mortgages
firstname.lastname@example.orgWashington County was named one of the 100 best communities for young people Wednesday by America’s Promise Alliance and ING U.S. County officials, members of volunteer organizations, Washington County Public Schools system supervisors and four...
Tags: Education, Schools, Arts and Culture, Culture, Students
The Winchester SunOn a recent Wednesday afternoon, the George Rogers Clark High School track was a bit more crowded than usual. A group of local elementary school students were busy stretching, warming up and, eventually, running time trials to test their fitness....
Tags: Schools, Education, Running, Students, Teaching and Learning
The Hartford CourantThe Hartford is selling its retirement plans business to MassMutual for $400 million, and that is not good news for jobs in the region. The hope was that a company not already in the 401(k) business would want to get into it — preferably an...
PIX11.com | @shaminanycTravelers know it can be hard to stick to their usual healthy diet and fitness routines on the road. But many hotels here in New York City are aiming to make it much easier for you. Omni hotels across the United States offer their guests a free Get-Fit...
Q13 Fox News reporterA 31-year-old Washington man was charged Wednesday with threatening to kill President Obama and assaulting a federal officer after an email was sent to the FBI that included the man's home address and urged federal agents to "come get me. I won't fight...
Tags: FBI, Firearms, Barack Obama
Hartford CourantJill Adams is the new president of Hartford Stage's board of directors. A seven-year veteran of the Board and a resident of North Granby, Adams is president and principal owner of the Adams & Knight advertising agency. A graduate of Catholic...
Congress must address the “fiscal cliff” by the end of the year, when about $800 billion worth of tax hikes and spending cuts begin -- unless Congress stops them. They will trigger a recession, experts say, if Congress does nothing to...
Why aren't more people furious about the Libor scandal? That's a question mostly being asked on the political left these days, and they're right to ask it. Here are the basics: Barclays is the second-largest bank in Britain and one of the largest in the...
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