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  • US Dept. of Defense Paying People to be in Terrorist Attack Drill in Ft. Indiantown Gap

    US Dept. of Defense Paying People to be in Terrorist Attack Drill in Ft. Indiantown Gap
    The National Guard Homeland Response Force is doing disaster training at Fort Indiantown Gap.  They are looking for people to play injured victims or family members of victims during a terrorist attack scenario.  The temporary job pays $8 an hour.  You...
  • Fort Indiantown Gap Celebrating Veterans Day

    Fort Indiantown Gap Celebrating Veterans Day
    Celebrating Veterans Day a little early, at the Indiantown Gap National Cemetery. Over a hundred Vets and their supporters gathered Sunday to remember, share stories, hear gun fires in honor of those who fought for freedom. "I know a lot of people,...
  • ATF agents train at Ft. Indiantown Gap

    ATF agents train at Ft. Indiantown Gap
    The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives trained at Ft. Indiantown Gap Thursday. The training included everything from a mock canine chase to briefings with the media to learn what they call the "command and control" theory. "What you're...
  • Hundreds attend Memorial Day ceremony at Ft. Indiantown Gap National Cemetery

    Hundreds attend Memorial Day ceremony at Ft. Indiantown Gap National Cemetery
    Hundreds of people attended a Memorial Day ceremony at Ft. Indiantown Gap National Cemetery Sunday afternoon. "I think it was very important to have this ceremony today, to honor those who did die," said Phyllis Lamar. Lamar attended the ceremony in...
  • Artillery Exercises, Demolition Training Planned at Fort Indiantown Gap

    Artillery Exercises, Demolition Training Planned at Fort Indiantown Gap
    Fort Indiantown Gap in Lebanon County will host demolition training and artillery live-fire exercises at various times during the next two weeks. Demolition training will be conducted from Monday, June 4, to Thursday, June 7. Artillery live-fire...
  • Histórica Iglesia Santa Ana de West Palm Beach celebra primera misa en español

    Histórica Iglesia Santa Ana de West Palm Beach celebra primera misa en español
    La iglesia católica más antigua de la diócesis de Palm Beach inició recientemente un nuevo capítulo en su larga historia: la celebración de misas en español. Durante los últimos tres domingos, desde el 27 de mayo, decenas de creyentes de habla hispana se...
  • Johnstown Man Charged with Sexual Assault at Guard Training Camp

    Johnstown Man Charged with Sexual Assault at Guard Training Camp
        A Cambria County man is behind bars charged with Sexual Assault.  Pennsylvania State Police say 30 year old Charles Nagle, Jr. of Johnstown, and the victim were attending a two week Pennsylvania National Guard training camp at Fort Indiantown Gap....
  • Soldiers Return Home After Yearlong Deployment

    Soldiers Return Home After Yearlong Deployment
    Ten Pennsylvania Army National Guard soldiers returned to Fort Indiantown Gap in Lebanon County after a yearlong deployment to Kuwait and Iraq. The soldiers were overseas providing human resources services to troops transitioning in and out of the Middle...
  • Almost 4,000 wreaths placed on graves at Fort Indiantown Gap National Cemetery

    Almost 4,000 wreaths placed on graves at Fort Indiantown Gap National Cemetery
    Thousands of wreaths being placed on graves for the "Wreaths Across America" program held at Fort Indiantown Gap National Cemetery to honor and remember veterans. Family, friends and volunteers placing almost 4,000 holiday wreaths on graves. All 131 VA...
  • Church man, family man

    For Deacon Emile Ambroise, helping his fellow Haitian-Americans was a family affair. He often brought his wife and four children with him to help serve, teach and counsel. "We all contributed," said daughter Mathilde Ambroise, a marriage and family...
  • New United Way initiative to encourage the poor to open accounts

    New United Way initiative to encourage the poor to  open accounts
    Many of South Florida's low-income families don't have bank or credit union accounts. The United Ways of Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties want to change that to help prevent many families from wasting hard-earned money. Consumers often end up...
  • Rayo de esperanza para un inmigrante

    Rayo de esperanza para un inmigrante
    Mauricio Orjuela, colombiano indocumentado residente en West Palm Beach, vivía en un infierno. Aunque no es un criminal, llevaba un dispositivo electrónico (GPS) atado a un tobillo; y enfrentaba una inminente orden de deportación tras no presentarse a...