The City of Pasadena's Human Services and Recreation Department invites the community to enjoy the summer at the pool!
Simple Tips To Get Out Of Any Fairway Bunker
No matter whether your ball is up against the lip, on a downhill slope, or resting in the middle, make these simple adjustments and you'll have a fighting chance at getting out and saving a shot or two.
Rescuers are Shocked to Find What Are In 14 Tubs Left Outside Shelter and Rush to Help...
Rescuers were shocked when they discovered 14 plastic tubs outside their animal sanctuary with something moving inside. Upon investigation, they retrieved a total of 16 kitties. Even with kitten season underway and already hundreds of cats under their care, they refuse to let any of these kittie...
Richmond Magazine: restaurants, news, events, top docs, and more
Richmond magazine uncovers the best in dining, entertainment, shopping and travel in the region, while offering an informed take on issues both political and personal in the city and the counties. Consider us your neighbor in the know.
Ridgefield Supply Co. reinvents how building and supply is done
A massive, three-year renovation project is due to be completed in September.
Appleton, WI : Community Development Block Grant (CDBG)
"The primary goal of the City of Appleton’s Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program is the creation of a thriving urban community through provision of assistance to low- and moderate-income (LMI) households in the forms of basic shelter, affordable housing opportunities, expanded economic opportunities, suitable living environments and supportive services related to residential, financial and social stability." As an Entitlement Community – designated by the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) – the City of Appleton receives a formula allocation of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding on an annual basis. Each year, both City Departments and local agencies may apply for funding to implement activities that meet high priority needs as identified…