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Tribune staff reportDunkin' Donuts and other national chains and local shops are offering a free doughnut on Friday in recognition of a holiday started in 1938 to honor Salvation Army volunteers -- and it's not bad marketing either. For National Doughnut Day Friday,...
National Doughnut Day is celebrating its 75th anniversary, so consider this your permission slip to eat a doughnut, guilt-free. (At least that's what we're telling ourselves.) National Doughnut Day is the first Friday in June, begun in 1938 as a way...
Cromwell2013 Free Back To School Supplies For Low-Income Families. The Town of Cromwell Youth Services Department in conjunction with the Cromwell Human Services Department is accepting pre-registration for our 2013 Back-To-School Program. Each year, with the...
Tags: Kmart, Schools, Personal Income, Preschools, Back to School
The United Way of Laurel Highlands donated $860,468 to local organizations on May 28 at its annual meeting. The 26 recipient agencies provide services such as food donations, drug prevention programs and free medical treatment. The largest single...
Tags: Human Interest, United Way , YMCA
HOUSTON -- The death toll from a series of tornadoes and violent storms that swept across the Midwest rose to at least nine Saturday, with dozens reported injured as officials continued to assess damage. The Friday night storms battered a region still...
Miller-Keystone Blood Center's 19th annual "Cruise Aboard the Lifeline" sailed into Mediterranean waters at ArtsQuest Center at SteelStacks on May 10. The theme of the nonprofit organization's signature event this year was "Cruise to the Greek Isles," and...
Wanted: An experienced police chief, preferably from the Lehigh Valley; community policing skills required; familiarity with a diverse population a must. Turnout was light but the opinions decisive among residents gathered Thursday at City Hall to...
Tags: Politics, Public Officials, Elections, Allentown, Government
Middlecreek COB The Rev. Linda Stoner will share the message "Moses Moments" Sunday morning at the Middlecreek Church of the Brethren. The Rev. John Stoner will lead the worship. June 22 the church will welcome singer/songwriter Leah J. This free...
WDBJ7 Multimedia JournalistAnyone can fall victim to domestic violence at any time, but WDBJ 7 has learned that our area may be more prone to the violence. According to reports, the Southwestern part of Virginia leads the state in domestic violence deaths. Numbers released by...
I have listened much to the news regarding the devastating tornado in Oklahoma. So often I have heard people say when asked what they want and need, "Pray for us." In this "Christian" country where the family is sacred, our children the lights of our...
HOUSTON -- Tornado warning sirens were sounding again in central Oklahoma on Thursday, prompting residents and those aiding recovery efforts from the deadly twister in Moore to seek shelter and hope that this time, they would be spared. A little more...
For The Baltimore SunOn a recent Friday evening, a carnival on wheels took to the streets of Baltimore. Women decked out in chandelier earrings juggled floor-length or knee-high dresses on bicycles. Men wearing bow ties and blazers peddled mountain bikes, while one young...
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