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  • Tennessee puppy mill shut down, owner charged with 95 counts of animal cruelty
    Tennessee puppy mill shut down, owner charged with 95 counts of animal cruelty
    Puppy mills are everywhere and animal advocates are usually close by to help shut them down and save the dogs from deplorable conditions. The latest puppy mill bust to hit the news is in Humboldt, Tennessee. According to a November 6, 2014 report...
  • Weapons of Mass Instruction (A Portrait of Malala Yousafzai), linocut, edition of 6, 24” x 36”, 2013.
    ARC, Sandra Lee, Fouladi Projects and kid friendly at the de Young
    Art Works – Buy Art, Do Good: Enjoy local art, complimentary food, wine and silent auction.An auction benefitting SFGoodwill @ ARC GalleryCan’t resist local art finds with a unique sensibility? You won’t want to miss this special...
  • Child with I/DD
    The Arc of Northern Virginia cares for those with disabilities
    A couple just learned that their newborn child has Down syndrome. A couple in their eighties has a 48-year-old child on the Autism spectrum who lives with and relies on them for his support. These folks and thousands more throughout Northern...
  • ARC has new cocktails.
    ARC introduces new fall cocktails
    ARC Bar Chef Koire Rogers has crafted new fall cocktails which highlight house-made ingredients at the restaurant in Costa Mesa. The new cocktails menu showcases house-made syrups and bitters, along with locally sourced artisanal ingredients. The...
  • American River College presents 'Hairspray'
    American River College presents 'Hairspray'
    The 1950's are out and change is in the air! HAIRSPRAY, winner of 8 Tony Awards including Best Musical, is a family-friendly musical piled bouffant high with laughter, romance, and deliriously tuneful songs.It's 1962 in Baltimore, and the...
  • ARC Jump bag
    'Jump Bag' essential for hurricane preparedness
    CBS6 News reporter Greg McQuade talked with American Red Cross (ARC) spokesperson,John McNamara on Thursday, getting the latest advice on hurricane preparedness.Call them what you will, a bug-out bag, go-bag or jump bag, these survival bags are...
  • DPZ plan for Mableton
    Mableton plan nothing more than political theater
    I see the real life human drama that takes place during county commission meetings. I see real people and their passion about their way of life.On one side are developers; those that derive their livelihoods from building things, and the more...
  • Andres Duany
    Research reveals Smart Code founder hired by Cobb to pass Mableton plan
    In 2006, Cobb County native former governor Roy Barnes inherited 21 acres of land from his father.In 2009, the ARC sponsored a planning charrette conducted by DPZ during which plans were created for Barnes' Mableton property.The charrette also...
  • ARC
    TSPLOST projects planned at ARC in 2009
    A number of large developments associated with the July 31 TIA / TSPLOST / RTR election trace their roots back to a 2009 ARC design charette focused on the creation of lifelong communities.Among the sponsors of the event were the Cumberland CID,...
  • Liz Duncan (right) and KK Cherney (left) speak during the opening of the Academic Resource Center
    Liz Duncan’s leadership fuels the Chets Creek Academic Resource Center
    In a true community, everyone looks out for one another. Should someone fall behind, others are waiting to make sure they get home safely.For years, Liz Duncan and her colleagues from Chets Creek Elementary School in Jacksonville, Fla. were aware...
  • Operation Anishnabe Dogs - November 7, 2011
    A Humane Solution For More Than 200 Roaming Dogs In Native Community In Québec
    Brome Lake, Québec – Animal Rescue Corps (ARC) is caring for nearly 100 unclaimed dogs and five surrendered cats at a temporary shelter ARC set up at the Brome Lake Fairgrounds about seven hours south of Lac Simon where they were removed...
  • Kentucky governor announces dental health program for 25,000 kids
    Kentucky governor announces dental health program for 25,000 kids
    Approximately 25,000 Kentucky children in Appalachia will receive preventive oral health services through a new pilot program called Smiling Schools, Governor Steve Beshear announced Thursday. The program is funded through a $1 million grant from...
  • Mamma and pups from 2011 seizure at Klassie Kennels
    Rescuers work to save 50 dogs from puppy mill they shut down in 2009
    In August of 2009, the Humane Society of the United States in conjunction with the Humane Society of Cedar Creek Lake and United Animal Nations assisted the Kaufman County Sheriff’s Office in the rescue of 542 animals from a 10-acre property...
  • Transportation
    Not a time for blank checks
    If you've not yet voted, please consider Amendment 3 (multi-year transportation projects) carefully. Approval of this ballot measure will allow the GA Department of Transportation to enter into long-term contracts (up to 10 years) with only...
  • Democrats spend and you pay
    ARC of the damned
    NJ Governor Chris Christie officially nixed the proposed ARC Rail Tunnel project today, angering mass transit advocates and Keynesian economists throughout the New York metro area. The reasoning is valid, particularly in these tough economic times...