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10 hrs ago | The Globe and Mail
A growing number of parents across North America are choosing to "unschool" their children: adopting a home-based education that involves no schedule, rules, or homework.
12 hrs ago | The Hartford Courant
Day, who was born in Pittsburgh and moved to Manchester when he was 5, graduated from Manchester High School in 1952.
DUXBURY, Mass. -- "Celebrate failure," Leo Vercollone, president of VERC Enterprises, a leading convenience store and Gulf gas station operator with locations throughout Massachusetts, told attendees of the New England Family Business Conference on June 19 in Bolton, Mass.
ALS Canada has benefited from the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge craze which has swept North America.
When one thinks of in-state rivalries in college football, Boston College and Massachusetts isn't exactly top of mind.
Veii's path to Maryland is a winding one, that includes some time spent in England in his childhood before discovering football upon moving stateside in 2004.
College of the Atlantic was recently named among the top 100 liberal arts colleges in the country, is among the top 100 "affordable elite" colleges in America, and is one of four Maine colleges offering the "best bang for the buck," according to Washington Monthly.
On Saturday, Sept. 27, the Armenian Bone Marrow Donor Registry will host its third annual New England Walk of Life Walkathon in Watertown.
An American journalist with Bay State roots was freed yesterday by al-Qaeda-linked terrorists in what experts are calling a strategic maneuver to separate themselves from the Islamic terrorist group that beheaded photojournalist James Foley less than a week ago.
A.J and New Guy talked about this earlier in the week on BCI Radio, but it seems like we've had to suffer through an excruciatingly long offseason.
The Niagara Junior Purple Eagles Gary Hill Memorial Scholarship committee has announced John Conti, Joseph Corio, Thomas Corrao, Joseph Dobmeier, Lucus Hurtt, Joseph Langer, Michael Laurendi and Jake Schoelles as the 2014 scholarship recipients.
The ALS ice bucket fundraising phenomenon sweeping across social media won't be chilled by a Cincinnati church leader's objection to the organization backing embryonic stem cell research, a local theologian predicted.
Airdrie Aldermen Ron Chapman and Fred Burley were doused with buckets of ice cold water by members of the Airdrie Fire Department outside City Hall on Aug. 18 as they took up the Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis Ice Bucket Challenge to raise funds and awareness for ALS.
Updated: Thu Aug 28, 2014 01:24 pm
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