$10,000 donation will help fund new women's sober home
A five-figure donation to a local outreach organization will help speed up the timeline to opening another sober living facility in Hannibal. Harvest
Ojai Women's Fund awards $105,000 to 13 local groups
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Our View: Education lottery windfall should fund education
What would you do with an extra $61 million in your pocket?
Moon hints at disbanding Japanese-funded group for ‘comfort women’
Moon Jae-in directly addressed the issue of Japan’s wartime use of “comfort women” at the United Nations General Assembly, as he hinted at the possibility of disbanding a Japanese-funded foundation created to help South Korean victims of Japanese military sex slavery during World War II. South Korea has a “direct experience of suffering from the Japanese military’s mobilization of comfort women,” Moon said dur...
Idaho View: This plan taxes the rich to fund education. Here’s why that wades into dangerous...
We should help women trapped by addiction, despair
. It is so important to listen to the women who have found their way through a dark place and emerged substance free.
Event to help job seekers overcome anxiety
Published Oct 30, 2018 at 4:00pm Job seekers can learn how to improve their job readiness skills and overcome interview anxiety at a workshop from 5:30-7:30 p.m. Monday at the Utica Public Library, 303 Genesee St., Utica, Second Floor Music Room The workshop, “Relax the Mind and Get a Job,” is free and open to the public, and is sponsored by the Utica Municipal Housing Authority. The speaker will be Susan Castilla, owner of Integrative Experience LLC of Utica. She has a bachelor…
Jennifer O’Connell: ‘How are victims of domestic violence supposed to seek help now?’
The message Trump’s election sends to girls and women everywhere is clear: know your place. Put up and shut up
How paying for child care with campaign funds would help women candidates
Assemblywoman Bianca Rubio, D-Baldwin Park, explains why a bill allowing candidates to pay for child care expenses with campaign funds would help her.
Tech Bytes: Three Tips to Help Women Succeed in Technology
Political feelings aside, the fact remains: When Hillary Rodham Clinton was nominated as our nation’s first official female presidential candidate, history was made.
How a local nonprofit helps women turn troubled lives around
Athena House is attempting to address the deadly opioid epidemic that’s sweeping the nation.
HUD to Help District Businesses Learn To Expand HUD-Funded Opportunities
University of the District of Columbia to Co-Host Free Business Opportunities Event The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) is putting new energy behind the program that was created to increase job opportunities for low-income individuals and public housing residents and provide contracts for the businesses that hire them On Tuesday, April 23, 2013 from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. ET, HUD and the…
Wilton explores new way to fully fund special education
Each town would make a community contribution to the Co-op based on their enrollment of special education students, past special educations costs and an equity adjustment based on the municipality’s ability to pay. Currently, Connecticut is one of four states without a system for funding nearly 75,000 students who require some special education services, according to Connecticut School Finance Project, the nonprofit that developed the idea…
How will SMMUSD fund career technical education?
The Santa Monica-Malibu school district will likely apply for grant funding to support its vocational and training programs.
What’s the cost of not funding public education? Panelists weigh in
Five speakers, ranging from a former high-school dropout and prison inmate to a retired state Supreme Court justice, offered insight at a Seattle Times’ LiveWire event Wednesday.
Legislature should support increased funding for vocational education
If the commonwealth won’t take steps to meet the pent-up demand for vocational education, individual school districts must take the initiative. That’s what the Lowell School Committee did Wednesday…
Opinion: How I Helped Create the Donor-Advised-Fund Monster — Inadvertently
The founder of the Tides Foundation borrowed the idea from community foundations, but with a twist. Then the IRS granted Fidelity’s DAF charity status, and the trouble began
Commentary by Vos, Wanggaard and Weatherston: The facts on education funding
Nothing is more frustrating than seeing inaccurate information online especially when it comes to our schools. The misleading rhetoric from the left has somehow infiltrated the minds of individuals in
Schenectady police seek help finding girl, 13
Cape Elizabeth exploring ways to help asylum seekers
Monday night was the Town Council’s first opportunity to discuss ways the town can provide support for the asylum seekers temporarily living in the Portland Expo.