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Adoption is a funny thing. It’s built on a lot of trust after a devastating...

You were just divorced from your spouse and a provision of your Marital Settlement Agreement incorporated into your Final Judgment of Divorce reflects...

These two old ladies look like they could be sisters, but a trip to the courthouse reveals their ...

On May 20, 2019, the West Virginia Legislature passed Senate Bill 1037 (“SB 1037”) to streamline and encourage West Virginia’s nascent medical marijuana market. The bill passed the Senate 23-7 and the House 81-17 during a special session. This comes two years after Governor Justice signed West Virginia’s medical cannabis bill, Senate Bill 386, making West Virginia the 29th state to legalize medical marijuana.

The beginning of 2019 has come and gone which means Summer is officially here in Greater Wilmington! It’s time to make plans for your next weekend getaway! With festivals, special events, exhibitions

Earlier this year, California Assemblymember Phil Ting (D-San Francisco) introduced Assembly Bill 1356 (“AB 1356”) in an effort to increase the number of cannabis dispensaries across California. The bill requires any city or county that voted 50% or more in favor of Proposition 64 (the California voter initiative that legalized adult-use cannabis) to issue one cannabis retail license for every six onsite liquor consumption licenses or for every 15,000 residents, whichever is less.

Over the years, adoption is one of the many things that has changed drastically. Once upon a time, people thought women placed their baby for adoption because they were single and just happened to …

According to ATTOM Data Solutions, as of the end of the third quarter of 2018, there were nearly 1.5 million vacant single-family homes in the United...

The Wilmington Riverfront is known for its outdoor attractions and offers something for everyone from baseball games to the Delaware Children's Museum.

Since we are still in the family-building portion of life, adoption is first and foremost in the fro...

It’s no secret that adoption reunions are on the rise, especially international reunions. With...

Open adoptions can look very different. Brittany and Mary are birth mothers who have very different open adoption agreements. They sit down to talk with each...

Christ has pulled down the middle wall of partition that separated us from God and made a one new man out of the Jews and the Gentiles. If you want to know m...

Find fun things to do on the weekend in Wilmington, DE. Check out our listings to find festivals, live music, foodie events, and family-friendly fun.

Anyone who has ever experienced grief for whatever reason knows that it is powerful and can wreak ha...

Boston (May 19, 2019) – Piet Oudolf, renowned Dutch horticulturist and garden designer, has received one of the highest honors bestowed by The Garden Club of America (GCA), the Medal of Honor. Presented at the GCA’s annual meeting this evening, the medal is awarded for outstanding service to horticulture
A leading figure in the New Perennial Movement, known for herbaceous plantings and robust perennials and grasses…

Superman was adopted. Spiderman and Iron man were adopted. Margo, Agnes, and Edith from Despicable M...

A recap of our Middle School Band and Orchestra Spring Concert on Thursday, May 16th, 2019.

The continuation of Gracie and Audrey (twin Chinese girls, separated at birth) reuniting through the...

The news for legalization proponents has been consistently good for the past several years, but recent developments in the Northeast should perhaps take the optimism down a notch. Recreational legalization proposals in the deep-blue states of New York, New Jersey, and Vermont all appear destined to fail in 2019, raising new questions regarding the path forward for recreational use.

ELKTON — In a bid to ensure that local subcontractors benefit from the $22 million North East Branch Library project, county officials and the project’s general contractor will hold a

I was reminded of what was most important about that day. Not our clothes or presenting ourselves as “picture perfect,” but the fact that we were family!...

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As children grow up, they develop a positive sense of their identity, a sense of psychosocial well-being ( 1 ). They gradually develop a self-concept (how they see themselves) and self-esteem (how much they like what they see) ( 2 ). Ultimately, they learn to be comfortable with themselves. Adoption may make normal childhood issues of attachment…

Adoption affects many families, some drastically, some indirectly. Adoption plays a role in Beverly...

Will you take part in Christian Aid Week 2019 to raise money to support people living in poverty worldwide?

The U.S. Supreme Court has just issued a unanimous decision in the case Cochise Consultancy Inc. et al. v. U.S. ex. rel Hunt (decided on May 13,...

Though it's taken many years of healing, Jay DeMarcus has made peace with the decision to put his daughter up for adoption.

Cindy Walden (Fish & Richardson, Boston, Massachusetts) and Ronald van Tuijl (JT International, Geneva, Switzerland) co-chairs of INTA's 141st Annual Meeting...

Thirty-one countries across the world are now in debt crisis, with a further 82 at risk, according to a new report by Christian Aid.

This post is by Tiffany, her second guest post here, she’s also one of my friends. She’s fierce about what’s right, what’s wrong, she’s also an adoptive mom. A while ago, I asked her to write…

It has been said that hindsight is always 20/20. As I look back, 12 years into the past, to year 1 as a foster parent, there are some things I would change if I had the chance.

On May 13, 2019, the New Jersey Department of Health (NJDOH) announced amendments to the state’s medical marijuana rules aimed at expanding access to...

Starlet 's review of Summit Heating & Air Conditioning. They are very helpful and will go the extra mile

NNPA NEWSWIRE — To commemorate the 400-year anniversary of the first enslaved Africans’ arrival in the United States, NAACP leaders, activists and entertainers will travel from Jamestown, Virginia, to Jamestown, Accra, as part of Ghana’s “Year of Return” initiative. Jamestown to Jamestown represents one of the most powerful moments in the history of the Black Experience.

Arkansas voters approved a medical marijuana measure in the 2016 election. Two and a half years later, the first patients were finally able to officially purchase products on May 11, 2019.