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  1. Stockbridge nonprofit to hold Dining in the Dark in McDonough SaturdayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | Sandy Springs Neighbor

    The Stockbridge-based nonprofit Medella Mental and Behavioral Health will host a Dining in the Dark gala May 23 from 7 to 9 p.m. in McDonough Square. Proceeds benefit families and patients diagnosed with 22q11.2 Deletion Syndrome, a genetic disorder caused by a missing section of an individual's No.

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  2. Top 10 outdoor attractions around Oregon Dunes: Wild about Oregon coastRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 10 | OregonLive.com

    Riding dune buggies or hiking in the sand aren't the only activities at the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area , though either of those are good places to start. Following are more ways to be wild about the Oregon coast, in the Lane County and Douglas County sections of the Oregon Dunes, the biggest coastal sand box in the country.

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  3. a Tim Tebowa bill gains traction after Senate committeea billRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 7 | WIAT-TV Birmingham

    An Alabama Senate committee on Wednesday hinted that a bill allowing home school students to play public school sports might finally catch a Hail Mary pass after years of fumbles. The Senate Education Committee held a public hearing for legislation that would allow home school students to join public school sports and other extracurricular activities for their local district.

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  4. Daughter's memory prompts parents to push for safer sportsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | The Globe and Mail

    Rowan Stringer, seen carrying the ball, was suffering from a concussion when she was hit in the head in a rugby game and never regained consciousness. Rowan Stringer, seen carrying the ball, was suffering from a concussion when she was hit in the head in a rugby game and never regained consciousness.

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  5. United Way grants to impact community needRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Northern Virginia Daily

    The United Way of Northern Shenandoah Valley has announced the completion of a review of grants to fulfill community needs. Planning to help 36 area organizations this year, the United Way will institute $395,079 donated by area individuals and groups for Impact Grants and an additional $249,386 in grants from funding by donors of the United Way and Combined Federal Campaign to specific programs locally and outside the area.

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  6. Community bids Webber farewellRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | The News-Star

    Community bids Webber farewell Ouachita schools superintendent retires after 30 years with district Check out this story on thenewsstar.com: http://tnsne.ws/1HnDgfP Retiring Ouachita Parish Schools Superintendent Bob Webber closed his 30-year tenure with the district Friday. Community members gathered to wish him luck in future ventures.

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  7. Elizabeth Anne TempletonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Sunday Herald

    Elizabeth Templeton who has died after a short illness at the age of 69, was one of the foremost Scottish theologians of her time. She spent ten years teaching philosophy of religion at New College in Edinburgh University, and could have retained a role as an influential figure in academic life.

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  8. Only eight buses catering to 110,000 FDE schoolchildren in capitalRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Daily Times

    ISLAMABAD: The students of Islamabad are facing difficulties due to shortage of transport facilities, as only eight buses are available to provide pick and drop service to them. Moreover, of these eight buses, five have been allocated to girls schools, while the remaining three are for boys.

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  9. How Mary's Meals feeds one million children a dayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Sunday Herald

    In a little brick cottage, a teenage girl tells me very quietly that she is HIV positive but that she keeps it a secret from her friends. In a little brick cottage, a teenage girl tells me very quietly that she is HIV positive but that she keeps it a secret from her friends.

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  10. HopSkipDrive Claims a Ride-Hailing First: Fingerprint Background ChecksRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Re/code

    HopSkipDrive, a Los Angeles startup you've probably never heard of, just made a small piece of ride-hailing history. It says it's the first such company to do fingerprint background checks of its drivers.

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  11. Colony Pool Club in Chatham Township opens May 23Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | The Jersey Journal

    DPW workers are putting the finishing touches on the club and recently installed the Club's newest amenity that is sure to create hours of family fun, the 'Log Roll' where swimmers can test their skills and attempt to walk on the spinning 'log.' In addition, more than 100 tons of new beach sand has been installed along with other improvements to the grounds including landscaping, fencing and news that The Fairmount Country Store will now operate The Colony Cafe.

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  12. Higher standards for high school athletes meeting goalsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Burlington Times News

    This semester student athletes have been playing under a local policy requiring them to maintain a 2.0, or "C," weighted grade-point average to keep playing high-school sports. Students who fall below have to work with their teachers, coaches and parents on a personal education plan or PEP and meet benchmarks if they want to continue to play.

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  13. Smart Start holds Education and Literacy ForumRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Daily Dispatch

    Special to The Daily Dispatch Amy Oakes leads a group of Adolescent Parenting Program program participants in a hands-on education project May 21 during Franklin-Granville-Vance Smart Start's annual Education and Literacy Forum at Perry Memorial Library. Special to The Daily Dispatch Participants gather for a group photo during Franklin-Granville-Vance Smart Start's annual Education and Literacy Forum at Perry Memorial Library on May 21. Franklin-Granville-Vance Smart Start held its annual Education and Literacy Forum on Thursday, May 21, at the Perry Memorial Library.

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  14. Academy helps to fill belliesRead the original story

    Friday May 22 | The News

    Between 80 and 100 children eat their first meal every day at New Glasgow Academy, using the school's breakfast program. While schools are required to provide a breakfast program, principal Allison Wilson said the lunch program was established after the new school opened its doors in September.

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  15. On Redemption and Change: How One Man's Story Inspires the Battle to Change Minds and HeartsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Daily Kos

    In a Columbia office building, one older lawyer discusses and debates the issues of the day with the vigor of a much younger man. You'll have to excuse South Carolina's Tom Turnipseed if it doesn't act like a guy who'll turn 80 next year.

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  16. Esther Duflo receives Princess of Asturias AwardRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | PressReleasePoint

    "Before making any policy recommendation, a test is essential. This is what we propose and implement at J-PAL," says Esther Duflo, winner of the 2015 Princess of Asturias Award for Social Sciences.

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  17. Civil Servants of the Week: Fbisd names 2015 Teachers of the YearRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Fort Bend Star

    Pictured are: Dr. Charles Dupre, Superintendent of Schools; Melanie Hines, 2015 FBISD Elementary Teacher of the Year; Stacy Vinson, 2015 FBISD Secondary Teacher of the Year; and Grayle James, FBISD Board President. Fort Bend ISD is proud to announce the names of its 2015 Teachers of the Year: Melanie Hines of Oyster Creek Elementary School is FBISD's Elementary Teacher of the Year; and Stacy Vinson of Baines Middle School is FBISD's Secondary Teacher of the Year.

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  18. Figures show drop in school truancyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Swindon Advertiser

    TOUGH new measures to cut down on truancy numbers in Swindon schools are proving effective with the latest data showing fewer pupils were absent during the past year. The latest data from the Office of National Statistics showed in the academic year 2013-2014, only 4.2 per cent of sessions were missed by pupils, compared to 4.5 per cent in England during the same period.

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  19. Milk money is poor choice for school lunchesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | The Hill

    It's unfair that federal child nutrition programs spend millions of dollars helping milk producers stay wealthy, while students suffer the health consequences. The School Milk Nutrition Act of 2015 that was introduced in Congress this week is the latest attempt by the dairy industry to make money from the government by keeping milk on school lunch trays.

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  20. The Future Is Bright In The Time-And-Space Twisting 'Tomorrowland'Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | WGBH

    Much of Brad Bird's Disney sci-fi adventure Tomorrowland is terrific fun, but it's one of the strangest family movies I've seen: Bird's not just making a case for hope, he's making a furious, near-hysterical case against anti-hope. After a perplexing prologue in which George Clooney in a futuristic suit addresses an unseen audience, Bird flashes back to perhaps the 20th century's most enduring symbol of technological optimism: The 1964 New York World's Fair.

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