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firstname.lastname@example.orgA new garbage truck that could cost as much as $250,000 is chief among the equipment and project requests the city’s utilities director presented Monday to the Wilmore City Council. Council members have asked all department heads to prepare and...
Washington Post writer Michelle Boorstein tells of the growing number of seminary graduates who have no plans to become pastors: Alethea Allen, a Virginia resident, graduated this week from Wesley Theological Seminary in Northwest Washington after years...
email@example.comMichael Halcomb enters the classroom all by himself. All his students are at home, but none are absent; class is ready to begin. He begins the period by turning to his laptop and speaking ancient Greek — the language his students are learning from...
firstname.lastname@example.orgImprovements added on to the Wilmore Streetscape Improvement and Pedestrian Mall Project in an effort to take advantage of almost $200,000 in left-over federal grant money might prove more costly to the city than originally thought. The construction...
In July 1863, the 2,400 residents of Gettysburg had little time to prepare for 170,000 Confederate and Union soldiers who advanced on the town. The soldiers clashed in a three-day battle that would paint its streets and pastoral farmlands crimson in the...
email@example.comWilmore police chief Bill Craig presented a budget request to the Wilmore City Council on Monday for more than $50,000 for supplies, technical equipment, and training, dues and certification costs. The presentation was given at the request of the...
Thundering cannon fire and staccato rifle shots, mingled with the shrieks and cries of advancing and wounded soldiers, shattered the peaceful grounds of the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg on July 1, 1863. Gettysburg's new Seminary Ridge...
Seminary Avenue at the light rail crossing in Lutherville is scheduled to be closed for five days beginning 10 a.m. Friday for track and road improvement work, the Maryland Transit Administration announced. Local businesses will remain open and all side...
Nicholasville United Methodist offers food ministry A free meal is provided by Manna Ministries each Saturday from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. The meal is a restaurant-quality meal served at 303 W. Maple St. in the community center of Nicholasville United...
Dr. Nabeel T. Jabbour, an Arab Christian author, is coming to New Hope Presbyterian Church in Eustis on Sunday with a message about bringing the Gospel to followers of Islam. Syrian native Jabbour, who grew up in Lebanon and was a missionary in Egypt...
Asbury Theological Seminary to host one-day seminar Asbury Theological Seminary is hosting a one-day seminar in theological reflective counseling to explore two approaches to the integration of theology and counseling. The event takes place Friday,...
firstname.lastname@example.orgATS to host one-day seminar Asbury Theological Seminary is hosting a one-day seminar in theological reflective counseling to explore two approaches to the integration of theology and counseling. The event takes place Friday, April 26, from 8:30 a.m....
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