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  • New Human Services Programs initiative aims to keep families from becoming homeless

    Human Services Programs of Carroll County Inc. is launching a new initiative to help families at risk of homelessness this summer. The program will aim to identify up to 12 families with school-aged children that are on the verge of homelessness,...
  • Young executive grows within company

    Young executive grows within company
    Who: Lisa Wulf, 34, of Sunrise, was recently promoted at Right Management, Florida/Caribbean, from senior vice president to chief financial officer, controller. Wulf has been with the firm for the past 11 years. Resume Experience: Previous positions...
  • Saturday's local baseball roundup: Gwinnett's big first inning dooms Tides to loss

    International League: Gwinnett scored five runs in the first inning off Chris Jones (6-8) and went on to beat the Norfolk Tides 7-1 in Lawrenceville, Ga. Braves right-hander Kanekoa Texeira (3-3) made the lead stand up, pitching seven innings and...
  • Giving residents a little boost

    Giving residents a little boost
    GLOUCESTER – Over 9 percent of Gloucester's nearly 37,000 residents live below the poverty level, according to the U.S. Census. Even more live at or slightly above that level, said Bill Fulton, a volunteer with the Samaritan Group. "That means...
  • New England Air Museum executive director to retire this year

    When Michael P. Speciale became executive director of the New England Air Museum 29 years ago, it was a one-hangar museum that was still recovering from the effects of a tornado in 1979, which decimated its outdoor aircraft collection. Now it is a major...
  • Lawmakers Laud New Haven's Effort To End Homelessness

    NEW HAVEN — Advocates who launched an effort in April to line up housing and support services for the city's homeless said Tuesday their new, more systematic approach has been far more successful than in the past. Leigh Shields Church, who ran...
  • Fundings aims to create lasting change [Letter]

    I was pleased to read "Initiative aims to keep families off the street," regarding Human Services Programs of Carroll County's program to prevent homelessness among local families. The Annie E. Casey Foundation recently released its 25th annual KIDS...
  • 07/29: Progressions

    Alicia Mandigo was hired as content development manager at Heart of Florida United Way, Orlando. Tommy Boroughs, a partner in the Orlando office of Holland & Knight, received the VALOR Project Award of Excellence from the Orange County Legal Aid...
  • Pantry volunteers needed

    COLCHESTER- United Way of Southeastern Connecticut, in partnership with Colchester Social Services, recently launched a monthly distribution of the organization's mobile food pantry to serve those struggling with hunger and food insecurity. The...
  • Made in America organizers detail festival plans at community meeting

    Made in America organizers detail festival plans at community meeting
    The impending arrival of the Made in America festival in Los Angeles hasn’t been without controversy. Back in April when Jay Z stood on the steps of City Hall alongside Mayor Eric Garcetti to announce plans for his two-day festival to take over...
  • Various backpack drives get Broward youth back to school

    The economy is getting back on its feet, and the unemployment rate is declining in South Florida, but that hasn't had much of an effect on the number of children in the community who cannot afford back-to-school supplies. Several nonprofit organizations,...
  • United Way funds new homeless program in Anne Arundel

    United Way of Central Maryland will give $457,500 to Anne Arundel County nonprofits over the next year, a 4.4 percent increase over last year. The largest share of the money, $182,500, will fund a new homelessness prevention and diversion program through...