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Tallahassee Bureau ChiefTALLAHASSEE -- Legislative budget-writers are shifting more of Florida's national mortgage settlement dollars into programs targeting the homeless, low-income college students, and foreclosure-clogged courts. The Senate on Thursday offered a new...
Tags: Politics, Homes, Government, Personal Income, Lobbying
Annual luncheon The Audrey Robbins Humanitarian Awards Luncheon, at which the Association of Community Services of Howard County honors volunteers and staff for their service to the community, will be held at noon Friday, May 3 at the Ten Oaks Ballroom,...
UMATILLA — The construction site on Myrtle Avenue buzzed with the din of pounding hammers and whirling saws for a new Habitat for Humanity home. It was one of a dozen projects underway this week for a "build-a-thon" by local volunteers, a crew...
When officials in Washington evaluate the consequences of the sequester, Tiara Bland wants them to consider the sixth-grade girls at Mother Seton Academy. Bland, a 22-year-old AmeriCorps member at the Baltimore academy for low-income children, said the...
South Bend TribuneThis story was originally published on April 21, 2013. SOUTH BEND - Just before the Great Recession, South Bend police officer Anthony Ross built a home in Woodhaven, west of Rum Village Park, settling in a best-of-both-worlds neighborhood of woods and...
MOUNT DORA — Taking a break from wielding a hammer, Bernie Ibrahim recalled that she had a semester left to get her degree when she decided to take a break from college and join AmeriCorps. "I was at a point where I wasn't happy studying," said...
Tags: Rentals, Eustis, Mount Dora, Leesburg, Bill Clinton
email@example.comGerald “Jerry” Overdorff, who lost his eyesight in 2011, and Christian Doub, who is a student at Washington County Technical High School, both received special awards at Monday’s Inaugural Volunteer of the Year Luncheon. Another 24...
Tags: Human Interest, American Red Cross
In an industrial area of Fort Lauderdale, trucks deliver old computers, cellphones and electronics to a sprawling warehouse. Workers sort the goods, separating plastics, metals and other items for resale. It looks like a typical electronics recycling...
Patti Marshall is executive director of Hub Area Habitat for Humanity. Last month, I received scholarship funding to attend the Habitat International Affiliate Conference in Atlanta, Ga. More than 2,100 individuals from all over the world were in...
Tags: Building Material, Human Interest, Mortgages, Shingles
Though the Bluegrass Domestic Violence Program facility is tucked away in quiet Kentucky country, its presence is powerful for those seeking a safe haven for themselves and their children. The program serves 17 counties within the Bluegrass Area...
Officers who abuse authority violate their duties To the editor: As a correctional officer who has been involved in this profession for more than 21 years, I want to thank you for your editorial, “Correctional officers must maintain higher level...
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