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The American Red Cross is issuing a call for platelet, type O negative and AB blood donors to give after severe winter weather around the country caused about 250 Red Cross blood d...
SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- A large house fire Wednesday afternoon on the west side of Syracuse was caused by a child, the Syracuse Fire Department announced today. A two-family home at 412 ...
5 Displaced After House Fire
-NECN - Mon Mar 27 17:00:20 EDT 2017
A dryer is to blame for a fire that displaced a family of five in New Britain Sunday night. Fire officials said crews responded around 9:30 p.m. to a building at 2056 Stanley Stree...
Kansas man donates 32 gallons of blood over 64 years
-The Seattle Times - Mon Mar 27 08:09:00 EDT 2017
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — An 87-year-old Kansas man who has donated 32 gallons of blood over more than six decades credits his father for his award-winning generosity. Harold Facklam Jr....
1 person injured in Woodstock apartment fire
-Sun-Times - Sat Mar 25 14:21:37 EDT 2017
One person was injured in a fire on Saturday in northwest suburban Woodstock that left about 50 people displaced from their homes. A fire and rescue team responded at 3:18 a.m...
Neighbors pull man from burning home near Altamonte Springs
-Orlando Sentinel - Wed Mar 22 11:02:41 EDT 2017
Firefighters say neighbors helped rescue a man from his burning home near Altamonte Springs on Wednesday morning. The fire broke out shortly before 10 a.m. at the home on the 100 b...
Syracuse house fire started by children playing with lighter
-Syracuse - Sun Mar 26 08:14:52 EDT 2017
SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Two families were forced from their home Friday when a fire was started by children playing with a lighter. Firefighters responded at 4:08 p.m. to a report of a f...
Kansas man donates 32 gallons of blood over 64 years
-Times Union - Mon Mar 27 08:14:19 EDT 2017
In a March 23, 2017 photo, Harold Facklam displays the many pins he has collected for having donated 32 gallons of blood over more than six decades, in Topeka, Kans. Facklam Jr. of...
Hair Cuttery to donate proceeds to UML group - Lowell Sun Online
-Lowell Sun - Tue Mar 21 05:00:54 EDT 2017
LOWELL -- Hair Cuttery of Lowell will host a cut-a-thon Sunday, March 26, from 6 to 8 p.m., to benefit the UMass Lowell a cappella group, the Hawkapellas. All haircuts in that two-...
National service programs save taxpayers money. Why would we defund them?
-Chicago Tribune - Mon Mar 27 14:08:52 EDT 2017
We agree that it is “legitimate, even obligatory, for Congress to periodically scrutinize long-lived programs and agencies to confirm that they are achieving a sound purpose at an ...
Residents rescued from 2-alarm fire at housing complex
-NJ.com - Wed Mar 22 05:56:08 EDT 2017
Several residents were rescued from a two-alarm fire at the Marion Gardens housing complex yesterday morning. The fire ignited in a first-floor bedroom at 23 Dales Ave. at 9:30 a.m...
SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- A house where 14 people were living was badly damaged by fire Wednesday afternoon, though no one was injured. Syracuse firefighters, police and AMR ambulance resp...
Tenants escape Schenectady house fire
-Times Union - Thu Mar 23 14:13:20 EDT 2017
SCHENECTADY — Around 5 p.m. Wednesday, Donna Robinson turned the corner of Park Avenue to see her home smoldering. She immediately ran inside, woke up her eight neighbors and waite...
Cause of fire which left family homeless undetermined
-NJ.com - Mon Mar 27 05:58:15 EDT 2017
LOWER ALLOWAYS CREEK TWP. -- The cause of a weekend fire which destroyed a house and left a family homeless remains undermined, officials say. The blaze in the 300 block of Ma...
Salem County Historical Society opens new exhibit
-NJ.com - Mon Mar 27 11:03:27 EDT 2017
SALEM -- On April 8, the Salem County Historical Society, 83 Market St. will be opening a new exhibit, "Salem County in the First Modern Decade, 1910-1919." The decade of 1910 to 1...
WOODSTOCK – A huge fire that broke out early Saturday in Woodstock sent one person to the hospital and displaced about 30 families, a fire official said. Woodstock Fire/Rescue Dist...
Free smoke alarms, installation in works
-tribLive - Sun Mar 26 20:27:28 EDT 2017
Updated 25 minutes ago Reducing deaths in house fires is the goal of a program that will provide — and install — free smoke alarms to all Lower Valley homeowners. Homeowners in Che...
You Can Now Do CPR to More Than Just Disco Music
-Life Hacker - Wed Mar 22 08:39:51 EDT 2017
If you’re trying to remember how to do CPR, but the guideline song Stayin’ Alive just doesn’t stick in your head, New York Presbyterian Hospital has a 40-song playlist you can brow...
JERSEY CITY -- Several residents were rescued from a two-alarm fire that broke out the Marion Gardens housing complex Tuesday morning.  The fire ignited in a first-floor ...
Crews battle fire, ice, wind at Schenectady apartment building
-Times Union - Wed Mar 22 17:38:58 EDT 2017
    SCHENECTADY - Around 5 p.m. Wednesday, Donna Robinson turned the corner of Park Avenue to see her home smoldering. She immediately ran inside, woke up as many of her ...
Marine wife named Woman of the Year
-U-T San Diego - Thu Mar 23 08:34:26 EDT 2017
A Marine’s wife was picked as the 76th Assembly District’s 2017 Woman of the Year for her work over several decades at the Naval Hospital Camp Pendleton. Vicki Miller, Navy communi...
Helping Hands - Lowell Sun Online
-Lowell Sun - Tue Mar 21 05:00:54 EDT 2017
Billerica Lions Club hosts session on diabetes tonight BILLERICA -- The Billerica Lions Club is hosting an informative evening on how to better manage diabetes tonight at 7 at the ...
Paris Jackson Is Cool, I Guess
-Jezebel - Tue Mar 21 08:12:02 EDT 2017
Model/actor/noted daughter Paris Jackson appeared on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon on Monday in her first late-night interview on US television. She seemed cool, I guess. Not ...
High-school graduation rates are widely understood as a measure of success. Numbers in the 90-percent range suggest a district that propels young people toward promise; sagging rat...
What's Happening | What's Happening | kdhnews.com
-The KD Herald - Wed Mar 22 02:13:44 EDT 2017
Now to May 1 Scholarship program: The Central Texas-Fort Hood Chapter of the Association of the United States Army’s 2017 scholarship program is now open and applications are curre...
Rosie the Riveter finally gets national day of recognition
-Reuters - Tue Mar 21 05:11:17 EDT 2017
OAKLAND, Calif. They welded pipes. They drew blueprints. And, of course, they fastened munitions and machine parts together with rivets. Now, seven decades after World War Two ende...
Dog woke man who warned residents about massive Woodstock apartment fire
-Chicago Tribune - Sun Mar 26 02:34:48 EDT 2017
It was unusual for the man's dog to bark in the middle of the night. But his owner dutifully woke up at 3 a.m. and took him for a walk, nonetheless. Fire chief Michael Hill doesn't...
Capitol Report: Why ‘reinventing government’ usually falls short
-Market Watch - Mon Mar 27 11:23:27 EDT 2017
Efforts to make government leaner, smarter and more friendly to the people they serve have a long pedigree, but they usually fall short. President Trump on Monday launched his own ...
In May, activist Rasmea Odeh will go on trial for a for allegedly omitting her 1970 conviction for a deadly Jerusalem bombing from two separate U.S. immigration and citizenship app...
B razil, in the grips of an unusually large yellow fever outbreak, has asked for millions of doses of vaccine from an international emergency stockpile. The body that maintains and...
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