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Submitted 05-11-2015 under OPINION
It's not too late to help stop deforestation and prevent catastrophic global consequences.
Submitted 03-18-2015 under NONPROFITS
Our Kitchen Table (OKT) is currently recruiting residents of the Baxter, SECA/Southtown, Eastown and Garfield Park neighborhoods who would like to grow their own healthy food.
Submitted 11-11-2014 under NEWS
Well House has recently purchased two houses, raising the total number to eight houses and five vacant lots.
Submitted 11-10-2014 under NONPROFITS
Educational psychologist will offer seniors practical strategies to keep their brains sharp, and remember names, information and tasks
Submitted 11-04-2014 under NONPROFITS
Compared to non-voters, voters are more likely to volunteer, contact their elected officials and stay informed about local affairs. Here are four essential voting tools that will help you be prepared for the polls today.
Submitted 10-20-2014 under OPINION
Raising awareness for mental illness starts in our community and our own homes
Submitted 10-02-2014 under OPINION
Suicide, along with violence between law enforcement and residents of the United States, is rapidly growing while tolerance is disappearing. Lives are being lost, destroyed and turned upside down while mentally ill people are falling into the cracks of our legal system.
Submitted 09-24-2014 under NONPROFITS
“Bike the Foodscape” 3 p.m. Saturday Sept. 27 at G R Ford Academic Center. 2-mile bike tour with stops at ten educational destinations
Submitted 09-23-2014 under INNOVATION-SPOTLIGHT
Jamiel Robinson is on a mission: by fostering dialog and raising awareness he hopes to elevate the black business community to viable and sustainable heights.
Submitted 09-09-2014 under NONPROFITS
Area senior adults learned to safely navigate the Internet during an educational seminar led by Abby Stokes, author of “Is This Thing On,” and hosted by Covenant Village of the Great Lakes.
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