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  1. Club News, April 18, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | The Union

    We will be hosting a public meeting at 6 p.m. on Wednesday, April 22 at Valentina's Organic Bistro and Bakery, 841 Sutton Way in Grass Valley. The newly-formed local chapter is currently focusing on privacy and surveillance issues, drug policy reform, women's equality, police militarization and Americans with disabilities issues.

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  2. MoreRead the original story

    10 hrs ago | New Jersey Herald

    Having a plan of action should you get too ill to make medical decisions for yourself is crucial to life planning. The New Jersey Herald, in conjunction with Newton Medical Center, will host an online Community Health Chat on Thursday to discuss the importance of advanced care planning.

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  3. Couch to 5K' program back for 4th year in VernonRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | New Jersey Herald

    Thrice-weekly workouts will begin Tuesday, culminating in Vernon's annual five-kilometer race on Sunday, June 7. Missi Wiedbrauk, the township's director of Community Affairs and Recreation, is again the lead organizer and will be aided by Cherie Shortway, a Vernon resident. While it is not unusual for Sussex County municipalities to sponsor races - neighboring Hardyston, for example, is holding its annual 5K race on June 6 - Vernon goes a step further by incorporating an entry-level training regimen.

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  4. What's driving a surge in government-funded gay studies?Read the original story

    Yesterday | Xtra!

    "I think now gay and bisexual men are increasingly being recognized by public health," says researcher Olivier Ferlatte, "and that's why we are seeing the surge of research that we should have seen much sooner." A surge of government-funded studies into HIV and the health of gay and bisexual men marks a new recognition among public health officials of the community's needs, say some researchers.

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  5. Donna Lou Rypma CopelandRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Indianapolis Star

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  6. Judge Preliminarily Approves Settlement of $10 Million in Target Consumer Data Breach ActionRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | JD Supra

    A federal district court judge granted preliminary approval of a $10 million settlement in an action brought by a class of Target patrons who allege injury resulting from a massive data breach in November and December of 2013. The number of lawsuits against corporations whose data management systems have been compromised has risen over the past few years.

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  7. UMass Dartmouth wins national community service innovation challengeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | SouthCoastToday.com

    The winners, including Drake University and Miami Dade College, were chosen by the Franklin Project at the Aspen Institute , the National Conference on Citizenship  and the Corporation for National and Community Service, according to a news release. The $30,000 grant will help fund a community health initiative designed by the Leduc Center for Civic Engagement and the College of Nursing .

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  8. Truck Drivers and Registered Nurses Continue to be the Most Sought After Employees According to HWOLRead the original story

    Friday | RickeyStokesNews.com

    Data collected and analyzed by the Alabama Department of Labor's Labor Market Information Division shows that the most online wanted ads were for truck drivers, registered nurses, and retail supervisors, with more than 7,200 ads placed for those occupations in March. The Help Wanted Online data is compiled from all online job postings in the state, including those posted on the state's free online jobs database, www.joblink.alabama.gov , and other sources, such as traditional job boards, corporate boards, and social media sites.

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  9. Occupants of five Franklin apartments displaced by electrical fireRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | NJ.com

    Firefighters from Franklin Park, Community, Griggstown and Middlebush Fire Companies responded to an electrical fire in the Somerset section of Franklin Township early Friday morning. . FRANKLIN - Occupants of five apartments were displaced and a man suffered smoke inhalation due to an electrical fire in an apartment building in the Somerset section of the township, Franklin police spokesman Philip Rizzo said in a release Friday morning.

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  10. IBM Acquires Heritage Group Portfolio Company ExplorysRead the original story

    Friday | Freshnews

    Explorys , a portfolio company of venture capital firm Heritage Group , has been acquired by IBM in an agreement signed April 13. In May 2012, big data company Explorys received a significant investment from the Heritage Healthcare Innovation Fund, a $167 million strategic venture fund that invests in businesses that reduce healthcare costs, improve outcomes and increase the efficiency of delivery. "The Heritage Healthcare Innovation Fund invests in solutions addressing the myriad challenges and opportunities associated with healthcare reform," said Heritage Managing Director David McClellan , who serves on the Board of Directors of Explorys.

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  11. Jacksonville Journal: Community news in briefRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Florida Times-Union

    The Timucuan Trail Parks Foundation hosts its second annual open house from 1 to 4 p.m. on Sunday at the Historic Napolean Bonaparte Broward House at 9953 Heckscher Drive in Jacksonville. The building is the former summer home of Napoleon Bonaparte Broward Jr., the 19th governor of Florida, who served from 1905 to 1909.

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  12. Breach Defense PlaybookRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 16 | Dark Reading

    Over the next several weeks, this blog series will outline breach prevention and incident response services that organizations can use to stay ahead of hackers and not fall victim to the cyberbreach fallout. However, before we look forward, let's look back and recount what we've seen in the news recently so we can learn from others: January 2015, Anthem: 80 million sets of names, birth dates, member IDs, social security numbers, addresses, phone numbers, email addresses, and employment histories are stolen from the second-largest health insurer in the U.S. Victims include current and former Anthem health plan members, and also non-members with other insurance companies for whom Anthem managed paperwork.

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  13. HMS Erebus video to offer glimpse of ice dive to Franklin shipwreckRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 16 | CBC News

    Footage expected to be released later today will reveal the first glimpses of divers plunging deep below thick Arctic sea ice to get "an up-close-and-personal look" at the wreck of the Franklin Expedition's HMS Erebus. Holes have been cut through the ice, which is now about two metres deep, to give Royal Canadian Navy divers and Parks Canada underwater archeologists a chance to continue exploration of the 19th-century wreck discovered late last summer in the Queen Maud Gulf off Nunavut.

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  14. Divers offer video tour Franklin shipwreckRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 16 | CBC News

    Divers beneath the Arctic sea ice offered a live video tour at the wreck of the Franklin Expedition's HMS Erebus today. Holes had been cut through the ice, which is now about two metres deep, to give Royal Canadian Navy divers and Parks Canada underwater archeologists a chance to continue exploration of the 19th-century wreck discovered late last summer in the Queen Maud Gulf off Nunavut.

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  15. Franklin police rescue an elderly woman from a burning homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 16 | The Jersey Journal

    Franklin police responded to a report of a burning home just before midnight Wednesday and carried an elderly women from a burning home. . FRANKLIN - Quick-thinking police officers rescued a 78-year-old township woman from a burning home in the Somerset section of the township Wednesday night just before midnight, Franklin police spokesman Philip Rizzo said in a release Thursday morning.

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  16. Weekly Almanac:Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 16 | University City Review

    Calvary Center a t 48th & Baltimore Ave. - Community meeting with Lt. Brian McBride of the University City Division of the Phila.

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  17. Farmer seeks council-at-large seatRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | The Times Bulletin

    Don Farmer is running for an at-large seat on Van Wert City Council in the Republican primary May 5. Farmer served as mayor for the City of Van Wert from Jan. 1,2004 to Dec. 31,2007 and currently serving as mayor until Dec. 31,2015. Farmer previously served as 1st Ward councilman, 2nd Ward councilman, and councilman at-large.

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  18. New St. Francis CEO speaks out on past mistakes, future improvementsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | WTOC-TV Savannah

    Financial crisis, setbacks and job lay-offs at Saint Francis Hospital have made headlines across the Chattahoochee Valley in recent months. However Kirk Wilson, the new interim CEO, says he's trying Bouncing back from a $30,000,000 financial error that cost 80 people their jobs last November is one of the major issues St. Francis Hospital is working to overcome.

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  19. Phyllis M. CoteRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | Bangor Daily News

    Phyllis M. Cote, 87, died April 7, 2015 at a local hospital. She was born September 19, 1927, in Milo, the daughter of Fred P. and Myrtle P. Hall.

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  20. Gov. Snyder Marks Merger Of Michigan's Social Services AgenciesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 14 | CBS Local

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