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SACRAMENTO — Now that Gov. Jerry Brown has rolled out his revised budget proposal, both houses of the Legislature are outlining their own ideas for how the state's money should be spent in the next year. The Senate wants more funding for mental...
There are only a few more opportunities to hear young local musicians in concert before the close of the school year on June 14. The Clarksville Elementary School chorus will present a concert at the school on Monday, June 10. The Clarksville Middle...
The Children and Adolescent Service System Program's Dental Van is accepting appointments in anticipation its arrival in Aberdeen in July. Appointments can be made now by calling Vicki Holley, program coordinator, at 605-622-5722. Dental care includes...
In “Red Azalea,” her best-selling 1994 memoir, Anchee Min told the compelling story of her childhood and early adulthood in China during the Cultural Revolution. The daughter of former teachers who were reassigned to jobs as manual laborers in...
Working and service dogs need to be healthy in order to stay on the job. But there's something owners or trainers often overlook when it comes time for their animal companion's checkup: their teeth. Animals that are actively working and certified by a...
It came with us always. First the old upright, then the Baldwin, then the Steinway grand, no matter how often we moved, or how far — she'd no more have left it behind than she'd have left me. There was, in those days, much shouting and storming...
Tags: Mother's Day, Music, Entertainment
StatewideDr. Mark Desrosiers, an Endodontist who practices in West Hartford and Glastonbury, was instated as president of the Connecticut State Dental Association (CSDA) on Wednesday, May 8 during the CSDA House of Delegates at Mohegan Sun Resort and Casino. Dr....
A Greensboro, N.C., group purchased the Landmark at Universal Apartments on Vineland Road for $48.7 million, which is a new high for multifamily properties purchased in Orlando since the market peak in 2007. Bell Partners Inc. closed on the property...
We've entered swarm season for Africanized honey bees, as colonies split and clouds of the winged insects roam South Florida in search of new nesting sites. You may see thousands clinging to a tree branch, waiting for the return of scouts looking for...
Tags: Ocala, Tooth Decay, Deerfield Beach, Africa, Southwest Ranches
Arthur Roberts and Jenna Herbst have taken different paths to reach a level of comfort. Some would say that Roberts, 67, and Herbst, 37, represent the past and the future of the way people with developmental disabilities are supported and treated in...
Accessing much-needed dental care is no longer like pulling teeth for HIV-positive patients in San Gabriel Valley. A new dental clinic that recently opened in Pasadena fills a major health care gap for those who have HIV, but lack insurance. That’...
A three-chair dental clinic was recently opened in the same North Fair Oaks Avenue building that houses the Pasadena Public Health Department. What makes this new office unique is that it is the only city-operated dental clinic in California dedicated...
Tags: Hospitals and Clinics, Health, HIV
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