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Keystone Business Alliance (KBA) has announced the winners of its second annual Business Excellence Awards. The honors will be presented at KBA's annual awards dinner and gala on January 24 at the … more
Movement, planned, engaged in and promoted a total of three armed conflicts of political violence against the United States Government in three states outside the state of Washington over a … more
Obesity continues to be a serious health problem in the U.S., contributing to heart disease, diabetes, joint disorders and even certain types of cancer. And according to the latest … more
As Iowa and New Hampshire primaries draw near and South Bend’s boy wonder, Pete Buttigieg, seems buoyant in the all-important early-state polls, “Mayor Pete” has been perpetually … more
If there is one word that Bill Krenz wants to encourage and model for others, it’s respect. “Penn State Health is a solid force here in central Pennsylvania for inclusion and … more
It’s estimated that 4.1% of Pennsylvania residents … more
The LGBT History Project, housed at Dickinson College’s Archives & Special Collections, has been awarded a $10,000 Historical & Archival Records Care Grant from the Pennsylvania … more
Starting Jan. 1 the York LGBTQIA+ Resource Center will officially become the Rainbow Rose Center. All events, such as Equality Fest, Equality Fest Junior, Trans Day of Remembrance York, and Coming … more
Karl Frisch was sworn in as a member of the Fairfax County School Board. He is the first openly LGBT local elected official in the history of Virginia’s largest county where he will serve on a … more
Response to my Nov-Dec 2019 online and print Publisher’s Note tells me hope, resilience and goodwill remain popular in our "gotcha doing wrong, you can … more
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