Nothing restores our faith in humanity like a story about people helping people
In the spirit of Thanksgiving, the turkey has some words
Despite individual spiritual or religious beliefs, each of us have something to be thankful for
As the saying goes, you can pick your friends, but you can’t pick your family.
Our new Congress needs to address the needs of all of us, not just the top 10 percent.
Brandt suggests four things you can do to help prevent childhood hunger.
Do your holiday shopping elsewhere, and your money stays elsewhere.
It is one thing to enjoy the delights of the season and yet another to use it as an excuse for gluttony at every level.
Did you know that the cost to the average tax payer per year for food stamps is $36?
Tonight, I repeat those words: I shall return! I, too, shall return. God Bless and thank you.
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I do not support the recent decision on the panhandling, how it is being implemented and the silo mentality behind it.
None of us like to think about the fact that right here in our own community, there are individuals and even families with children who are homeless and sleeping on the streets.
In contrast with civilian measures, the Department of Defense is requiring that its men and women returning from West Africa be quarantined for 21 days before returning home.
No one fails to see that growing old has its difficulties and heartaches.
Currently, Mayor Patty Lent is looking to make an end-run around the city charter by eliminating the budget for the city auditor position, thus eliminating the position itself.
There’s just one other thing left that we need to do — take down campaign signs.