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Oxford and Cambridge Breaks Records, Top Philanthropic Donations
In a study conducted by the National Centre for Social Research, Oxford and Cambridge bagged a hefty percentage of philanthropic donations to British universities. The two world-famous leading...more



Street Homelessness Count Drops in Vancouver
According to Vancouver officials, street homelessness in the city has dropped by 11 per cent. The city saw a slow reduction in homelessness. Councillor Kerry Jang claims that this is a step in...more

Project Homeless Connect Event Ushers Services to Struggling Individuals and Families
A Project Homeless Connect event brought a band of talents and expertise to the the Key Peninsula Church of the Latter-Day Saints to offer services and provisions to needy individuals and...more

NWS Seeks Volunteer Weather Reporters
The National Weather Service seeks volunteer observers who will help report about the weather conditions such as rainfall, snow or hailstorms. The Community Collaborative Rain, Hail & Snow...more

HHS Renders Additional Flexibility For Certification Of Electronic Health
A final rule recently issued by the Office of the National Coordinator for Health IT (ONC) at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services will add flexibility to health information technology...more

Does Gaming Have a Long-Lasting Impact on Our Environment?
The Emerson Engagement Lab is committed to boosting the participation of a city's residents through a lineup of original games designed for civic engagement. It's latest game, Community PlanIt,...more

Donna Officials Call Off Contract with Economic Development Firm
Donna city officials have placed contract negotiations on hold with Advent GX, an economic development firm. There are two phases of the contract, and only phase one has been carried out. Phase...more

A Social Entrepreneur\
Sophie Maxwell shares to Josie Gurney-Read, an Online Education Editor, about her journey from the streets to founding the Really NEET College following her win at Pitch @ Palace for the Most...more

Students Sue  Kane County Cougars for Negligence
The Kane County Cougars and a catering company are being sued by three students, two St. Charles East High School seniors and one Northern Illinois University graduate. According to the filed...more

The Need for Substance Abuse Counseling Increases
To meet the needs of southwestern North Dakota and to maintain its service standards, the Badlands Human Service Center in Dickinson has increased its need for substance abuse counseling. The...more




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