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Learn more about how to Green Your Life

As part of an ongoing workshop series in partnership with Whole Foods Market, the Pennsylvania Resources Council will present Greening Your Life: Safeguarding Your Health and Protecting the Environment on Thursday, Oct. 19 from 6:30-8 p.m. at the...

 

Adult day care center will hold annual Open House

The Allentown Adult Day Service welcomes the public to their annual Open House and Afternoon Tea on Thursday, Oct. 19 from 2-5 p.m. This year's theme is “Tell the Story of Caring” and “That is j...

 

Thursday was ‘Lights On Afterschool!' Day in Pa.

Thursday, Oct. 12 was observed as “Lights On Afterschool!” Day in Pennsylvania under a House resolution introduced by state Rep. Jake Wheatley Jr., D-Pittsburgh. The resolution was adopted unanimously. Dozens of rallies and events are being held...

 

Exercise program for people with Arthritis

The Hilltop Health Ministries Consortium Parish Nurse Program is offering an exercise classes for people with arthritis. These exercises are approved and recommended by the Arthritis Foundation, and involve education, relaxation, increasing...

 

Fontana unveils bill to toughen penalties against child abusers

State Senator Wayne D. Fontana (D-Brookline) has unveiled legislation that would toughen penalties against those who harm kids. “Children are perhaps society's most precious and vulnerable group,” Sen. Fontana said. “My bill sends a strong...

 

Huge sucking noise is closer than you think

I write you today as a native son, born and raised here, hoping to alarm enough people into action. In 1996, the Presidential race consisted of Clinton, Dole and Perot. Most candidates offer one or two good ideas amidst a plethora of poor ones and Ro...

 

Look for stability at SJV once Bishop is appointed

Changes are coming once again to a catholic parish that has already witnessed too many changes in the past few years. Over the weekend of September 30-October 1, parishioners of Saint John Vianney Parish were notified that Auxiliary Bishop Paul Bradl...

 

Seniors can try out new voting machines in Carrick, Betlzhoover

Seniors interested in learning about the new voting machines can preview them, along with a presentation by an instructor, at Elder-ado Senior Centers. A demonstration will take place today at the Carrick Elder-ado from 1-2:30 p.m. There will also...

 

Flu shots at Brentwood Library

Flu shots will be available at the Brentwood Library on Thursday, Nov. 9 by appointment only. Shots will be given to adults who meet the CDC regulations. The vaccine costs $20 per person. Receipts for insurance purposes will be given upon request....

 

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