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Manufacturing Exploration Day Connects High School Students with Leading CT Companies

High school students connected with leading Connecticut companies on Manufacturing Exploration Day.JA image. Nearly 250 Connecticut high school students, attending Pathways Academy of Technology and Design in East Hartford, Somers High School and Hamden High School, recently participated in Junior Achievement of Southwest New England’s first annual Manufacturing Exploration Day, hearing directly from employees of some of Connecticut’s leading manufacturing companies in a variety of industries.
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Peter Watson

7 unique places to stay in Oregon this summer

Stay somewhere extraordinary this summer with these quirky and unusual Oregon lodgings. With a rugged coastline, wild rivers, evergreen forests, scenic bikeways, mountain vistas and abundant farmlands, Oregon is home to a vast array of unique natural landscapes home to an abundance of flora and fauna.
Cuyahoga Falls, OHPosted by
Jacob Willis

New Local Book Store Opens In Downtown Cuyahoga Falls

If you're a book lover in the Akron or Cuyahoga Falls area, I've got some great news for you. You already know about Books A Million in Akron and The Learned Owl in Stow. If you're like me, you've probably exhausted the library too. Shelf Life is a fantastic new book store located in downtown Cuyahoga Falls right next to Astrisk Coffee.
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Health Care Affordability Remains Widespread Concern In Connecticut

Approximately 18% of Connecticut households with adults under the age of 65 face unaffordable health care costs.Shutterstock image. Approximately 18% of Connecticut households with adults under the age of 65 face unaffordable health care costs, according to a newly released report that states “Connecticut can reduce the cost of healthcare services, increase access to insurance coverage and provide subsidies or assistance where needed to make healthcare more affordable for more Connecticut residents.”
Memphis, TNPosted by
Jennifer Jones - The Downtown Kid

The best brunch spots in downtown Memphis

Brunch (noun). The socially acceptable way to have cocktails before noon. In the beginning, the merger of breakfast and lunch was “for ‘Saturday-night carousers’ who were too hungover to get out of bed on Sunday morning,” according to Love Belfast, a site dedicated to covering the latest news out of Belfast in an article exploring brunch trends. And while it might feel like brunch has only recently gained popularity, it’s actually been around since the late 1800s.
Baltimore, MDPosted by
Heather Jauquet

William Jauquet Celebrates 25 Years of Service

Former Gibbons and St. Mark Teacher Celebrates Ordination Anniversary. Priests and deacons celebrating anniversary MassLiz Kehrman/posted on Facebook. Pope Francis has declared this the year of St. Joseph. It is fitting for William John Jauquet to celebrate the 25th anniversary of his ordination to the diaconate during this year of St. Joseph.
California StatePosted by
Heather Monroe

Visiting Amboy: California's Favorite Pit-Stop

In the middle of California's vast Mohave Desert exists a town too quaint to die. Famous Roy's Cafe Sign at Amboy in front of the motelPhotographersnature/Wikimedia. Route 66 enthusiasts are always glad to reach Amboy in San Bernardino County. The giant midcentury neon sign advertises Roy's Cafe. A gas station and a few scattered buildings break through the sand and shrubbery like a mirage.