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No shower, no bathroom or kitchen. Volunteers in Johnson County are shedding light on the problem of homelessness and they are going to great lengths to get your attention. The image of people on the street is what most often comes to mind when you think...
Tags: Headaches, Social Issues, Vehicles, Homelessness, Honda
Adelante Valle EditorCALEXICO — Money-exchange and check-cashing businesses here are at risk of going under, or operating beneath the law, after some banks closed their accounts without good reason, some business owners say. Lupita Ochoa, owner of Omega check-cashing...
Wal-Mart awarded a $100,000 grant Tuesday to the Bolsa Chica Land Trust for restoration work. The grant, given through the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation, will help reduce nonnative grasses and increase Southern tarplant and other native species...
Donate a used wheelchair, give someone freedom. That's the goal of two Lee's Summit residents, who for the last decade and a half have collected used wheelchairs, be they broken, battered or no longer needed, for people too poor to buy their own....
Tags: Charity, Social Issues, Human Interest, Christianity
Staff WriterIMPERIAL — A crowd is expected to fill the Veterans Hall here Saturday for the fifth annual Free Vision and Diabetic Screening event sponsored by the Imperial Lions Club. Free vision screenings for children under 12 will be offered during the...
Tags: Diabetes, Diseases and Illnesses, Health
Imperial Valley Press Staff WriterThursday’s massive power failure spared no one in the Imperial Valley. Nancy Yakkey was watching President Obama’s televised speech at her Bombay Beach home. Even after power was restored her TV was still not working, Yakkey said. “...
It's a touching movie about a father and son's stormy relationship and about how life goes on after death, and it's a journey you can follow in the new movie "The Way," perfectly cast with father and son Martin Sheen and Emilio Estevez. Sheen and Estevez...
Tags: Martin Sheen, Emilio Estevez
The Tribune’s John Byrne stumbled across his story about the would-be Wal-Mart in Logan Square while sitting in a long Chicago City Council committee meeting. He was there for a different story, but his ears perked up when 1st Ward Ald. Proco...
Tags: Chicago City Council
AAA Hoosier Motor Club, working in conjunction with Dorel Juvenile Group and the Marion County Traffic Safety Partnership, will host a complimentary car seat clinic Sept. 20 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Wal-Mart Supercenter in Indianapolis located at...
Orlando-based Darden Restaurants has cut its corporate taxes in some states by renting restaurants from itself, using a strategy that has led to challenges and millions of dollars in back taxes for some other big companies. The owner of chains...
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