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  • When Home doesn't feel like home
    When Home doesn't feel like home
    There has been a lot of developing and changes that somehow connect to this city many call home. However the biggest change is the fact that developers and real estate moguls and anyone that is interested in a piece of DC is current and waiting...
  • Mayor Judy Ritter Vista CA
    Judy Ritter: converting good business sense into positive change for Vista
    Mayor Judy Ritter's basic pitch, for anyone interested in visiting the City of Vista for the first time, would include this information:"I would tell them that Vista is a well-run city, we're family-oriented, more of an urban city now...
  • Chilling with the Oldies
    Chilling with the Oldies
    This story was written by Christy Hooley. Christy wrote it for her college comp class. Her assignment was to write about something that changed her as a person. She is a teenager who has shared what she has learned from working with senior...
  • Redskins training camp
    Poll reveals Richmond residents not that happy with training camp
    It was learned on Friday that Richmond's Washington Redskins Training Center has garnered more support from surrounding counties than from the residents of the city who have had to pay for it, according to a Richmond Times-Dispatch poll.The...
  • grants
    Teaching Health Centers awarded Affordable Care Act funds
    Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Kathleen Sebelius today announced $12 million in Affordable Care Act funding to support primary care residency programs in 32 Teaching Health Centers across the nation. Funding will help train more than...
  • Water is on the ballot for Portland, Ore.
    To add fluoride or not to add fluoride? Portland residents to decide in May
    Water fluoridation is a hot topic in Portland, Ore. as the city gears up to take a vote. Whether to add the chemical to the water supply is the largest local debate and those on both sides are taking this initiative very serious. KATU reported on...
  • Wildfire
    California Wildfire: Residents ordered to evacuate
    According to a May 1 report from CNN, residents in southern California have been evacuated from their homes because of a wildfire that has burned hundreds of acres of land.Fire.ca.gov reports that the Summit fire in Riverside County has already...
  • Fence Graffiti
    New program offers community initiative against graffiti
    Kansas City has many creative outlets. Whether it be in the Crossroads district, Midtown or the West Bottoms, there is always a high demand for art and artistic talent. Some of that talent however, has been violated with graffiti throughout...
  • Teresa Giudice
    Cops were called for the ‘Real Housewives of New Jersey’ fashion show finale
    “The Real Housewives of New Jersey” finale at the infamous Porsche fashion show was filmed over a year ago, but new details are being leaked now so fans understand just how dramatic the night was. According to a new “Wetpaint...
  • Clinics
    Chicago residents fighting for mental clinics
    Residents living in the Woodlawn community on Chicago’s South Side said they vow to fight to keep a mental health clinic open to the bitter end.In a display of their loyalty to the Woodlawn Mental Health Clinic, 6337 S. Woodlawn Ave., which...
  • Dubstep Comp
    DUB STEP! HECK YEAH!
    The problem with any form of music when it hits the mainstream is that there’s the inevitable dweeb who insists on belittling it intellectually. The critique is always said in a snooty voice and usually reads like this; “(Such and such...
  • Eggs
    Chicken Whisperer clucks for Nashville hens
    Last fall, Nashville Councilwoman Karen Bennett, introduced legislation allowing chickens in residential zones; and last night, the council gave preliminary approval to the bill.If passed, residents would be allowed to keep as many as six (6) hens...
  • Rose Bowl
    Rose Bowl Game traffic and flight advisories for Pasadena residents and visitors
    Rose Bowl Stadium management released advisories for traffic, both on the streets and in the air, for the days surrounding the Rose Bowl Game on Jan. 2, 2012. Attendance will exceed 90,000 and activities in the area increase traffic in and around...
  • The Week Ahead in Chicago Wards: Nov. 14-19
    The Week Ahead in Chicago Wards: Nov. 14-19
    32nd Ward Alderman Waguespack invites residents to the public hearing on 2011 Redistricting process at 6:00 p.m. on November 14 at Whitney Young High School, 211 S. Laflin Street, Chicago. 42nd Ward Alderman Reilly invites residents to join him at...
  • Community Outreach Day
    Community Outreach Day
    Peoples Gas, Commonwealth Edison, CEDA/Weatherization, People Gas, ComEd and CEDA present Community Outreach Day on Saturday, November 5, 2011 at Kennedy King College, 740 West 63rd Street, Chicago.The event will take place from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00...