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On a  bright, crisp morning in October, a crowd of Donald Suggs Jr.’s friends, neighbors, and family from across the country gathered at the southwest corner of East 6th street and Avenue B in New York City’s East Village. In front of a verdant community garden, they witnessed the unveiling …

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Brandi Smith has been promoted to vice president of human resouces and administrative services for Area Resources for Community and Human Services (ARCHS). She has served ARCHS for more than a decade in a variety of roles including events specialist and executive assistant. She graduated fro…

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(The Center Square) — Incumbent U.S. Sen. Raphael Warnock thwarted a challenge from Republican Herschel Walker in a nationally watched race that gives Democrats outright control of the upper chamber of Congress.

American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), a subsidiary of the American Nurses Association, presented its highest honor, The Margretta Madden Styles President’s Award, to Dr. Michael Ward, vice dean for student affairs and diversity for Goldfarb School of Nursing at Barnes-Jewish College. …

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Director J.D. Dillard owes actor Jonathan Majors a debt of gratitude for his portrayal of real-life Korean War hero Jesse L. Brown in Devotion.  The intention, grace, grit with which Majors commits to honoring the man he portrays speaks to an additional level of devotion separate from the fi…

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Koran Bolden jumped back into the swing of things, touring local schools, and bringing his boisterous energy during his motivational speeches. He Encourages youths to reach the highest start, and then go beyond that, to make a difference in their communities. 

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After being sworn in as the first woman president of the city Board of Aldermen and its 22nd in history, Megan Ellyia Green told fellow members of the Board of Estimate and Apportionment Mayor Tishaura Jones and Comptroller Darlene Green, “I promise a good heart and an open mind.”