Medical Names and Faces
Rhuland is a licensed physical therapist assistant with more than five years of experience in an orthopaedic and sports medicine setting.
Foster's Daily Democrat
Daigle appointed trustee
Michael Daigle of Stratham was recently appointed to the Portsmouth Regional Hospital Board of Trustees by the Foundation for Seacoast Health.
Findlay names V.P. for academic affairs
Darin Fields, the vice president for academic affairs, faculty dean, and English professor at West Virginia's Bethany College, will take over the Findlay position in July.
Local Students Named Presidential Scholar, on Dean's List
UMass Dartmouth Graduate Student Marcille Holden from Hamilton Earns Degree NORTH DARTMOUTH -- Marcille Holden from Hamilton received a Juris Doctor degree at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth graduate commencement on May 11.
TSE Communications Names Basil Steele VP of Engineering
TSE Communications today announced it has named Basil Steele Vice President of Engineering, effective immediately.
Opinion: Will UNH Campus Come to Orange?
The denials took everyone by surprise because the plans were SO well thought out and presented, it didn't make sense that the town didn't jump on the opportunity.
The Hartford Courant
Make Colleges Use Standardized 'Shopping Sheet'
The federal government began to take simple steps last year to make the true cost of a higher education clear for students and their families.
UF graduation Saturday
The University of Findlay will award more than 900 degrees during spring commencement ceremonies on Saturday in the Koehler Complex.
Healthy again, Sommo making strides with Bluefish
Sommo, a Clinton resident and former University of New Haven standout, underwent Tommy John surgery in April of 2009.
Boys & Girls Club of Greater Westfield honors Lina Borges as Youth of the Year
Lina Borges, center, with her family, from left, her mother, Kathy Berdecia, sister, Kharynna Rodriguez, and step-father, Antonio Rodriguez, at the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Westfield 2013 Youth of the Year at the awards dinner where Linda was named the club's youth of the year.
China's economy: Perverse advantage
CHINA is the workshop to the world. It is the global economy's most formidable exporter and its largest manufacturer.
The Jersey Journal
Hallana Barbosa of Elizabeth to have artwork in Senior Art and Design Exhibition
The Senior Art & Design Exhibition at the University of New Haven will feature work from Hallana Barbosa resident of Elizabeth, majoring in Graphic Design.
The Daily Campus
Renowned forensic scientist stresses importance of chemistry
Dr. Henry C. Lee speaks about his career as a forensic scientist on Wednesday night.
Would-be music mogul wins college scholarship
Demetri Smith's fingers tap out an effortless tune on his keyboard in his third floor bedroom on Catherine Street.
The Hartford Courant
High School Seniors Face Tough Decisions As They Weigh, Decipher Financial Aid Awards
So, at the age of 18 or 19, many students must make the difficult decision about how much debt to take on: whether to take on hefty loans to attend a dream school or to go with a cheaper but perhaps less desirable option.