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firstname.lastname@example.orgWilliam “Bill” Byers was a beloved teacher in Washington County. He taught 42 years for the county school system, the last 29 as a driver’s education teacher at Williamsport High School, where he taught countless teenagers to drive....
Veterans and active military service men and women will be honored this Father's Day in the musical American Heroes, presented by Alabaster Dinner Theatre, at 11:30 a.m. Friday at Ramada Inn, Ligonier, at noon Sunday at the Oakhurst Tea Room in Somerset...
We live in a time of great change in terms of our medical care: how we access it, how it is coordinated, and who pays for it. The change we face in health care is kind of like going back to the future; like the house calls of old, more health and long-...
Tags: Washington, DC, Health Insurance, Nursing, Annapolis, Diabetes
More than a thousand South Florida seniors are waiting for in-home services, like home-delivered meals and personal care aides, that are financed through the federal Older Americans Act. But Holocaust survivors could get priority when slots become open in...
Question: My life's been really down lately and I'm having a tough time dealing with it. Any suggestions? Answer: Loss comes in many shapes and sizes, from a death in the family to the loss of your "self" such as that experienced when you suddenly...
In the Seventh-day Adventist church, they call Oct. 22, 1844, the "Great Disappointment." It was the day the world didn't end. The church, celebrating its 150th anniversary this month, traces its origins back to a doomsday sect of disillusioned believers...
email@example.comA former employee at a Danville nursing home is alleging she was fired to cover up her bosses’ mistakes in a lawsuit filed recently in Boyle Circuit Court. Amy Cosby of Mercer County claims in the lawsuit her employment as a weekend nurse at...
A Northampton County judge asked for additional arguments Friday before deciding whether to halt county Executive John Stoffa from entering into a contract for ambulance service at Gracedale over the wishes of county council. Council on Tuesday filed...
Tags: Crime, Law and Justice, Trials, Judges, Nazareth, Laws
The Hartford CourantThe long battle between HealthBridge Management and the Service Employees International Union continued Thursday with a twist that seeks to pit one federal court against another. Nearly three months after 600 HealthBridge Management workers ended a...
Tags: Stamford, Judges, Nursing, Unions, Union (Tolland, Connecticut)
Not so long ago, someone near and dear to me suggested that I look into getting a long-term care insurance policy. To be honest, the subject was near the top of the list of things I did not want to think about at the moment. However, this is no reflection...
Lawmakers got closer to passing a $35.4 billion state budget on Thursday, one day before they're scheduled to head home. By the numbers: The 2013-14 operating budget will include about $2 billion more in spending than this year's budget and will still...
— As the weather gets warmer at this time of year, state legislators start acting like college students. Having known since before Christmas that their legislative session would end at midnight on Wednesday, the legislators procrastinated and...
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