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The bride-to-be is the daughter of Karen and Joseph Vorbeck, who have announced the engagement.
Lee University's Dr. John Wykoff has learned that his choral work, titled "Laudemus cum Armonia," will be published by Walton Music.
Today's Paper, also known as the e-Edition, is an online replica of the printed newspaper.
For those worried about the future of creativity for students in schools that are focusing more and more on standardized testing and investing less time in cultivating imaginative thinking, there is some good news.
John Quincy Adams is mainly remembered as the sixth president of the United States - and not a terribly distinguished one at that.
The New York Public Library has named Iris Weinshall its Chief Operating Officer.
Jania Nelson, left, is overcome as she meets first lady Michelle Obama during her visit with members of Global Kids, at Baruch College, in New York, Thursday, July 10, 2014.
"With the signing of this bill a well-rounded program of special veterans ' benefits is nearly completed.
A Northwestern Mutual representative asked Ruben Juarez whether he had a green card or was a U.S. citizen, and when the Lehman College grad explained his status, the company told him to get lost, telling him he didn't meet its immigration status requirements, according to a discrimination suit.
La Casa Azul Bookstore, in collaboration with the Unaccompanied Latin American Minor Project at John Jay College of Criminal Justice/Safe Passage Project is launching a book drive for children who were apprehended and detained at the Mexico-US border and are currently in deportation proceedings in the New York City area.
Slain ATF agent John Capano, far left, is shown in this family photo from his son's graduation from Chaminade High School.
It's long been known that a mother's education status has a sizable influence on her children's academic lives.
Four teenagers charged in the high school senior prank appeared before a municipal court judge on Wednesday and some of them asked to have their cases put on hold pending a review of the evidence.
The Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Jhumpa Lahiri will join Princeton's creative writing faculty in the Lewis Center for the Arts at Prince-ton University, but not until September of 2015.
"But not if you're a young black man," he told a standing-room-only crowd at the Savannah Downtown Business Association's monthly luncheon at the Charles Morris Center.
Updated: Sat Jul 12, 2014 04:59 am
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