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Archive: November 16, 2009

WORCESTER, Mass. - Shopping, parties and family get-togethers - the holidays are almost here. And so is the start of cold and flu season. If you aren't in the market for a flu shot, or don't have access to one at this point, Dr. Gina D'Ottavio, a family practitioner at Great Brook Valley Health Cent ...Read More

LIVINGSTON, Mont. - Time to put together the shopping list for holiday meals, and Montanans are being challenged this year to keep it local. The key is to be adventurous and look for stand-ins for traditional Thanksgiving foods that can't be found naturally available in Big Sky Country. Annie Conl ...Read More

ROCHESTER, Minn. - Less than a month ago, three men died during the 32nd Detroit Marathon. Most people would have pegged "shock" as the best description of the cause of death. However, on Sunday researchers speaking at the annual American Heart Association international cardiovascular meeting in O ...Read More

PORTLAND, Ore. - Enrollment is up at Oregon's colleges, and now the problem is how to help students 'stick with it' and earn their degrees. That's the topic of a workshop to be held on Thursday in Portland, where students will share their concerns with educators and lawmakers about the challenges of ...Read More

PHOENIX - As they near retirement, highly-skilled Arizona professionals in the Baby Boomer generation are increasingly volunteering with under-staffed and under-funded nonprofits and charities around the state. One example is a Phoenix agency, Duet, that provides one-on-one support services for home ...Read More

BOISE, Id. - "Great public schools - a basic right and our responsibility." That's the theme for American Education Week, underway in Idaho and across the country through Nov. 21. Idaho Education Association president Sherri Wood says the celebration is a reminder of the importance of providing ev ...Read More

LA CROSSE, Wis. - If you want to help save a lot of energy and help the environment, you may want to consider a tree house. But the tree houses being developed by a Wisconsin company don't involve living in the tree. It's a technique called "whole tree architecture," and it employs the use of un-mil ...Read More

CHARLESTON, W.Va. - An in-depth look at census figures for African-Americans in Kanawha County shows sharp disparities along racial lines in West Virginia's largest city, Charleston, the county seat and state capital. Rev. James Patterson, executive director of the Partnership of African-American C ...Read More

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