United Way chief resigns in furor over funds use Probe finds no abuse but sloppy records
Public Trust and United Way
City funds gone rec centers scramble
Rec centers must scramble after loss of city funding Garage sale to help rec centers keep doors open.
POST OFFICE REOPENS
The most generous donors for United Way meet and greet
United in Responsibility
United Way raises record $39 million Recession hurts giving in the private sector
United Way contributions set record Government workers' donations make up for private firms' shortfall.
'Morally straight' doesn't mean straights only, scout troop says San Jose troop rejects policy banning gays.
Many don't expect fair fight as opening bell rings for Tyson
Susan P. Leviton, professor at the University...
Helping low-income families get a tax break
Local artist John Englehart is deadJohn Englehart,...
BENDIX RAISES $523,999
NEWBORN 1992 CHARTS A STEADY COURSE, BUT FOR HOW LONG?
'Talking to Strangers' opens to a rave N.Y. review
DIRECTORS HOPE TO REVIVE TROUBLED BOYS AND GIRLS CLUB
ALL DRESSED UP AND EVERYWHERE TO GO HOT IDEAS FOR COLD-WEATHER PURSUITS
Giving to charity
United Way fund-raising remains far from '91 goal Officials hope to match figures from last year.
Do not adjust your set The network picture is coming into focus
Ethelrose James Owens, the last grandchild of...
Cold, hard winter settles on town 3 1/2 months after deadly chicken plant fire Lives, economy struggle to recover in Hamlet, N.C.
TEENS' BUSINESS RINGS UP SALES AND CREDITS
GIFTS THAT KEEP ON GIVING Ideas on donating time, money -- even blood -- this season
Sharing Our Blessings
Area Charities Struggle to Cope with Hard Times
An instant cure for lonely holidays: giving of yourself
Discover's sale is suited to season
Weinberg foundation trustees talk a bit Reclusive fund managers let in a ray of light.
Holidays can trigger grief
Time for Giving
Ehrmann keeps 'The Door' revolving with love for children
UNITED WAY DONATIONS DOWN 20%
NON-PROFITS PROFIT EVERYONE'S DAILY LIFE Holidays are time to think about how United Way leads the way
BRADY-SHELTON TO EAP
UNITED WAY CONTRIBUTIONS LIMP 25% BEHIND 1990
In time of crisis, state residents may find answers from First Call for Help
HERE COMES THE EDITOR'S LAMENT FOR HOLIDAY TIME
United Way struggles to meet goal Recession puts charity 25 percent behind last year.
Robert L. DemskiActive DemocratMass of Christian burial...
Assembling the Jewish community
Good bye, BLACK TIE Corporate donations are down, forcing Health Care for the Homeless and other charities to scramble for money.
E. R. Umphery, administrator in city schools,...
MS HONORS HOFFBERGER
How Schaefer Can Seize the Symbolic High Ground