GET INVOLVED AND GET BACK. LOUISVILLE’S NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION SOS CONTINUES TO BE A MEDICAL PILLAR IN THE COMMUNITY DURING THE PANDEMIC. THAT’S WHY MAYOR GREG FISHER CALLS IT THE IDEAL PLACE TO KICK OFF HIS MONTH-LONG VOLUNTEER CELEBRATION GIVE A DAY SOS IS AN ORGANIZATION THAT REALLY TO ME EMBODIES WHAT WE TALK ABOUT WHEN WE SAY ONE OF OUR CORE VALUES AS A CITY IS COMPASSION MAYOR GREG FISHER … Read More
The Murrysville Chapter of the Women’s Business Network holds regular meetings on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month from 8:30 to 9:45 a.m. The April meetings will take place on April 8 and 22. For more information, contact Katrina Burkett at 412-856-5250.
The All Virtual Chapter holds regular meetings via Zoom on the first and third Wednesdays of each month from 7:30 to 8:30 p.m. The April meetings
“Strength in Community” was the theme of the Ramona Chamber of Commerce’s Community Awards for 2020 recognition ceremony held outside for the first time.
Chamber President Karen Domnitz presented the awards with Chamber Directors Carol Fowler and Cindy Galloway acting as hosts of the March 20 event at the Ramona Outdoor Community Center.
“It’s important to recognize people who make our community as strong as it is,” said Domnitz at
By NATHAN HOWELL | Staff Writer
ALABASTER – The city of Alabaster is gearing up to host its annual Trash to Treasures communitywide yard sale on May 15.
The event will give people in the city to find great deals, or to rent a booth and clean out their closets and make a little money in the process.
Trash to Treasures is currently scheduled to be held on May 15,
Officials in Wrightsville, York County, have positioned the borough to take advantage of economic development opportunities that could attract bikers, hikers and history buffs to the river town.
Borough Council unanimously approved joining the Trail Town Program on March 15 after a presentation touting the economic impacts of trails by Steve Nelson, a consultant for Trail Town. Then, Mark Platts, president of Susquehanna National Heritage Area, presented a concept plan
Savarino Companies is actively collecting community feedback as they continue phase one of their redevelopment plan for the second floor for the DL&W Terminal.
BUFFALO, N.Y. — Two years after the NFTA awarded Savarino Companies pre-development rights to redevelop the second floor of the DL&W terminal along Buffalo’s waterfront, owner Sam Savarino had a vision – to bring life back to this historic landmark.
It’s a vision that his team,
A $1.3 million dollar facelift to the old Merrill Community Center is almost completed with a ribbon cutting set for March 27.
Mayor Shirley Washington said Monday that the event had been set for 1 to 5 p.m. on a Saturday to ensure that the community would be able to attend and see the facility, which is now known as the Pine Bluff Community Center, located at 1000 S. Ash
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The line of customers was at least 100 people deep outside Sportco Sporting Goods on this February afternoon.
The longtime supplier of
Comcast contributed $100,000, 1,000 laptops, and free internet for a year to students and families in need who live in the Northern California city.
In an announcement on Thursday afternoon, Comcast said its large donation to the City of Oakland Parks, Recreation and Youth Development in Oakland, California is part of its “ongoing commitment” to help connect low-income students and families to the internet “so they
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Seven candidates are vying for six available seats in the La Jolla Community Planning Association’s upcoming board election.
The election will be held Thursday, March 4, with results announced at the board’s meeting that night. Board terms are three years.
A candidates forum was held during LJCPA’s Feb. 4 meeting online, with each candidate given the opportunity to make a brief statement. Formal statements have been posted on the LJCPA
Performs a variety of duties in support of the Morale, Welfare, and Recreation (MWR) Community Recreation program on Naval Weapons Station Yorktown, VA, that may include special events, recreation information/resources, command events, visiting ships or fleet support, community events, trips, tours, outings, party and picnic rental equipment, resale tickets, recreational green space management, bowling, Library, Liberty, grab-n-go, movies, and outdoor recreation.
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Transit systems, riders, and workers have been hard hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. Hundreds of workers have died and thousands have been infected by the dangerous virus. Service has been slashed, leaving riders stranded. Among the people who are harmed most by those cuts are the essential workers who still rely on transit to reach their jobs, and the transit employees who daily risk their lives, and those of their
A community group has sued Jersey City and the city planning board, alleging that plans for a controversial high-rise in the city’s Bergen-Lafayette neighborhood violate both New Jersey law and the terms of a neighborhood development plan.
The Morris Canal Redevelopment Area Community Development Corporation and its executive director, June Jones, filed the suit Monday to halt the development of the Morris Canal Manor, a planned 17-story development at 417
OGDEN — Formed late last year, Ogden’s Marshall White Advisory Committee is now kicking into high gear.
And that means the Ogden City-appointed board is looking for public opinions on what should happen with the community and recreation center that has served the central Ogden area for more than 50 years.
Ogden City Communications Director Mike McBride said the committee has released a public input survey, which is open now
The news that the Hudson County Democratic Black Caucus has endorsed Jersey City Mayor Steve Fulop and his city council slate in the 2021 election comes as no surprise, two community activists say.
After all, three members of the mayor’s ticket seeking re-election — Joyce Watterman, Denise Ridley and Jermaine Robinson — are members of the caucus, a group of city, county and state elected officials.
But Frank Gilmore and
Performs a variety of duties in support of the Morale, Welfare, and Recreation (MWR) Community Recreation program on Cheatham Annex that may include special events, recreation information/resources, command events, visiting ships or fleet support, community events, trips, tours, outings, party and picnic rental equipment, resale tickets, recreational green space management, bowling, Library, Liberty, grab-n-go, movies, and outdoor recreation.
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Performs a variety of
What could be wrong with spending your retirement years in a kind of candy-colored, sun-drenched utopia where you can enjoy a second youth, partying at dance clubs, performing on cheer squads and going to margarita parties?
That’s the question posed by “Some Kind of Heaven,” a documentary about life in The Villages, the world’s largest retirement community, near Orlando, Fla. With 120,000 residents, The Villages offer a massive array of
In December, the Itasca Area Community Response Fund concluded its third round of grantmaking, allocating $38,500 in funds across six nonprofit and community organizations working in and around the Itasca area.
The Itasca Area Community Response Fund was created last spring in anticipation of needs that would likely arise due to the COVID-19 pandemic and its ripple effects. In previous grant rounds, the Community Response Fund has distributed $155,500 in