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Harford Family House presents its 4th Annual Harford Mutual Home Runs for the Homeless event Aug. 6 at Ripken Stadium. Teams of four can have a "real baseball experience," changing in the team locker room, taking batting practice in the batting cage and...
About 20 community members gathered at Rock Harbor Church in Costa Mesa on Saturday morning, sitting at a work table to learn about resources available to those living on the streets. Some felt the need to reach out to those living on the streets....
firstname.lastname@example.orgA Hagerstown man was charged with first-degree murder in the death of a homeless man who was found Saturday with severe blunt-force trauma to his head, according to Hagerstown Police Department Sgt. John Lehman and a news release from the police...
HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania Democrats struck out Monday in their attempts to expand government-funded Medicaid health insurance to hundreds of thousands of working poor as part of the federal Affordable Care Act. First up was Sen. Vince Hughes, D-...
Prosecutors charged two Glendale men on Friday for assaulting a homeless man, officials said. Oganes Manvelyan, 23, and Vahan Kiourktzian, 22, each face one count of assault with a deadly weapon in Wednesday's alleged attack on the homeless man,...
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Beginning today, The Morning Call will kick off a series of occasional stories taking a comprehensive look at how the Affordable Care Act will change health care and how Pennsylvanians access it. We will provide useful information to aid you in navigating...
The woman responsible for bringing millions of dollars in federal grants to help Central Florida's homeless population has abruptly announced her resignation, leaving some worried that the region's ongoing struggle with homelessness has lost its strongest...
The Road Warrior w/Dan HartzellThe May 3 column on panhandlers drew some interesting responses, including South Whitehall Township resident Everette Carr's observation that, though I dispensed advice from experts on how to deal with homeless people begging at the roadside, one of...
About one in five homeless Central Floridians once wore our country's colors. Vets such as Loretta White. She's among the 62,000 or so vets who pray the Obama administration's bid to end homelessness by 2015 is a more unequivocal win than the Iraq and...
Sara Stokes remembers well the night she became homeless. It was the end of January, but warm like spring. She and her boyfriend at the time, the father of her toddler, were fighting at their apartment. He swung her around, choked her and busted her lip,...
Neli Vazquez-Rowland believes that the best way to honor fallen soldiers is by supporting veterans who are struggling to make the transition back to civilian life. Vazquez-Rowland is the co-founder and president of A Safe Haven Foundation, a nonprofit...
A suspicious package left under a bench outside the Towson public library that led to the building's evacuation Saturday morning turned out to be harmless, county police reported. The bag contained clothes that had been left as a donation to the...
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