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Jimmy Akin and Dom Bettinelli discuss the mysteries of Transhumanism, both its promises and dangers, including what the Church says about this effort to perf...

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Fr. Cory Sticha welcomes Dom Bettinelli and Jimmy Akin to talk about what's new with the Starquest Production Network, including new shows now and in the nea...

RAYNHAM — Bridgewater Savings Bank and the Bridgewater Savings Bank Charitable Foundation donated $6,000 to the Old Colony YMCA's Annual

Baseball players at all skill levels routinely suffer from foot and ankle injuries, with position players being afflicted more often than pitchers or catchers..

FoodFest continues to be the South Shore’s signature summer event in support of the programs and services provided to more than 6,600 individuals who are exp...

Here are the details about the three ways tuition could translate into tax savings in 2018.

HARWICH PORT — Five-year-old Divine wasn’t exactly listening to her older sisters, Audrey, 16, and Lixion, 13, or their mother, Severine Mbai,

Thank you to everyone who entered the Signature Moms Blogger contest this year! It always makes it difficult to narrow down our choices to only 5 new bloggers. After much deliberation, we have chos…

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Post-workplace investigation, an employee leaves
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July 30, 2018
Q: I recently was interviewed as part of a workplace investigation at my company. I was told in advance that I would be asked questions about our office and work environment. I met with the investigator and she asked very specific questions about a co-worker’s behavior. I was truthful and shared what I knew. Later that week, the co-worker resigned. I am wondering what occurred. Who can I ask…

Every week, Jimmy Akin and Dom Bettinelli explore the weird, the strange, and the unusual from the perspectives of faith and reason. In this first episode, J...

Fit Friday Episode 19: Roll the Dice. Demonstration and instruction by Jen and our little friends. August 10, 2018.

Learn what reports and information will provide useful insight into whether your business is in shape to perform at its best the rest of the year.

Learn why most organizations are in the very early stages of adopting human resource analytics and how HR can make the business case for digital transformation in a Q&A with IDC analyst Kyle Lagunas.

When you're praising an employee, the easiest thing to say can be the worst thing to say.

Small business owners invest countless hours and capital to build and grow their business. For many business owners, their individual wealth is tied back to their business and their sole source of income.

When a person is browsing a website and they can’t find what they want in a few seconds, they’re unlikely to stick around for much longer.

August 3, 2018 Father Bills & MainSpring, a Brockton-based provider of services to prevent and end homelessness in southern Massachusetts, yesterday announced its annual FoodFest raised $335,000, surpassing last year's $320,000, the highest amount raised in the four years the event has been held at the Hingham shipyard
Funds will help Father Bills & MainSpring (FBMS) close 54% funding gap at its emergency shelters in Quincy…

The federal government challenged a judicial decision allowing AT&T to purchase Time Warner, arguing to a federal appeals court in Washington that the ruling suffered from “faulty logic” and ignored basic economic principles, according to The Washington Post
The Justice Department asserted that the district court misunderstood the power dynamics at work when television distributors such as AT&T negotiate with TV programmers over content prices and…

Butcher and author Bryan Mayer shows Bon Appetit how to butcher an entire pig at Wyebrook Farm and explains every cut of pork. There are five sections of the pig that yield edible cuts: pork shoulder, pork belly, pork loin, pork butt (or ham), and the head. From those sections, the butcher can offer sausage, …

Vanessa Clerveaux, 24, of Brockton, is bringing home a silver medal from the Central American and Caribbean Games in the women's 100-meter hurdles.

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If you are currently in the process of ending the business’ operations, take care of these areas to ensure your business is officially terminated with the state.

During World War II, Chiune Sugihara, a Japanese diplomat, wrote illegal visas for Jewish families fleeing Lithuania. He did not follow the rules about who should get a visa and who should not. He followed his moral compass. He wrote them for anyone who asked. He issued 10-day visas for transit thro

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