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  • South Florida colleges offer freebies

    South Florida colleges offer freebies
    College isn't just a place to get an education. It also can be a place to get a great deal. South Florida's colleges and universities offer many freebies and deeply discounted services, including classes, cultural events and gourmet meals. Here are...
  • Colleges offer plenty of freebies, inexpensive deals

    Colleges offer plenty of freebies, inexpensive deals
    College isn't just a place to get an education. It also can be a place to get a great deal. South Florida's colleges and universities offer many freebies and deeply discounted services, including classes, cultural events and gourmet meals. Here are...
  • United Way names new leaders

    Philanthropy United Way of Broward County named a new vice chair and four new board members. Jon Ferrando, executive vice president-general counsel, corporate development and human resources of AutoNation, was named as the new vice chair. The new...
  • Kids eat free in Sprague thanks to summer meal program

    Sprague is the newest site for a daily meal program that offers free breakfast and lunch throughout the summer for children and teenagers up to age 18. End Hunger Connecticut! has expanded the summer meal program it has long offered to Norwich kids to...
  • Philanthropist honored with United Way award

    The United Way has been part of Gale Butler's life since 1983. The local businesswoman, philanthropist and retired corporate vice president of AutoNation said she's run every United Way campaign for the companies she's worked for. For her efforts,...
  • Take that, Obama! Time-share king David Siegel thrives

    Take that, Obama! Time-share king David Siegel thrives
    Congratulations to time-share magnate David Siegel, who seems to have mounted quite the comeback. In the past few weeks alone, Siegel has made headlines for buying a football team, the Cocoa Beach pier — even a big new casino in Las Vegas....
  • 07/04: Progressions

    Jason Urbanowicz and Heather Nason were hired as associates at Rogers Towers, P.A., Orlando. Matthew Blood, Heart of Florida United Way, Orlando, was appointed president of the Orlando-based Council on Volunteer Management board of directors. Submit...
  • DOT reports first quarter airline profit, fees collection

    Airlines U.S. scheduled passenger airlines posted net profit of $507 million in the first quarter, up from a loss of $392 million in the 2013 period, the U.S. Department of Transportation reported Monday. In the January through March period, passenger...
  • Adolescente de Southington acusado de homicidio tras incendio que mata joven de 19 años

    Adolescente de Southington acusado de homicidio tras incendio que mata joven de 19 años
      Un adolescente local enfrenta cargos de homicidio y otros cargos de felonía por presuntamente iniciar un fuego el domingo antes del amanecer que mató a la estudiante universitaria de 19 años Kristen Milano, quien dormía en el apartamento de su...
  • Southington Teen Charged With Manslaughter After Fire Kills 19-Year-Old

    Southington Teen Charged With Manslaughter After Fire Kills 19-Year-Old
    SOUTHINGTON — A local teenager faces manslaughter and other felony charges for allegedly starting the pre-dawn fire Sunday that killed 19-year college student Kristen Milano, asleep in her family's Darling Street apartment. Eric Morelli, 18, of...
  • National HIV Testing Day -- what's your status?

    National HIV Testing Day -- what's your status?
    Here's a scary thought: One in six people who are HIV-positive are not aware of it. That means they're not getting the treatment they need to stay healthy -- and that they may pass the virus on to others unknowingly. But Friday marks the 20th annual...
  • Security, Social Workers Among Uses For Federal Funds In Newtown

    The nine agencies getting the $7.3 million in federal funds in response to the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting will use the money to pay for school security guards, social workers and to send one student who witnessed his principal's slaying to a...