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February 11, 2015 -- First installment in Frederick von Wigglebottom story series gains new marketing traction for 2015.
February 11, 2015 -- Edward Moldenhauer’s 2014 book offers adventurous look at Australia’s Outback.
February 11, 2015 -- Edward Moldenhauer’s 2014 book offers adventurous look at Australia’s Outback
February 10, 2015 -- The Glenholme School, a therapeutic boarding school for student with various learning differences, opens enrollment for its 2015 Summer Program. The time of summer vacation is ideal for young people...
February 10, 2015 -- This premier career and college apprenticeship program is uniquely designed to advance college and career success for young adults with autism spectrum disorders, learning differences and medical...
February 10, 2015 -- Jim Corrington, Jr., MSW, LCSW, has been named Director of the Meadows Outpatient Center.
February 10, 2015 -- The needs of cancer survivors will be the focus of a conference series when The National Children’s Cancer Society’s (NCCS) Beyond the Cure survivorship program joins hospitals nationwide to help...
February 10, 2015 -- RWC and affiliates are proud to announce the 2014 Sales Awards Winners.
February 10, 2015 -- Experienced, compassionate team of psychologists, social workers, counselors, and psychiatrists can be consulted to determine the suitability of an appointment at no cost.
February 10, 2015 -- Independent college advisor Mandee Heller Adler welcomes essays from college bound high school students for the 2015 International College Counselors High School Scholarship Essay Contest.
February 10, 2015 -- Thought-provoking fictional novel is all about searching for life’s realities
February 10, 2015 -- Bill Percy pens exceptionally dramatic tale of troubled man caring for equally troubled girl
February 10, 2015 -- William Chesser shares amusing experiences he had with dogs
February 10, 2015 -- New book shows reader importance of trust in every kind of relationship
February 10, 2015 -- Let's Help Kids Charity Gala for adults and kids celebrates five years of making a difference in the lives of kids in the Washington, DC community. Tickets are still available for this...
February 10, 2015 -- Winning messages to be broadcast on 100.7 WHUD, cash prizes to be awarded
February 09, 2015 -- According to the National Association for Children of Alcoholics (NACoA), one in four children in the United States is affected by a parent’s abuse of alcohol and other drugs. During Children of...
February 09, 2015 -- ScholarshipsOnline.org, a popular online directory of scholarships and financial aid, has published this year's list of the top scholarship programs for African American students during the month...
February 09, 2015 -- Trip of a Lifetime's mission is to unlock student's potential and develop leadership through life-changing travel experiences. This year's deadline to apply for Trip of a Lifetime is March...
February 09, 2015 -- ‘The First Tail’ takes readers on adventure filled with magic, danger, life-changing prophecies
February 09, 2015 -- Michael Jackson’s new novel tackles tough issues
February 09, 2015 -- In commemoration of the famous PDX airport carpet, HoopSwagg delivers several new products designed with the legendary pattern.
February 08, 2015 -- Vita Tec Health launches website http://www.vitatechealth.com, a complete bipolar disorder community and...
February 08, 2015 -- Psychiatrist, author Michael Segal retells human experiences as reflected in his professional practice.
February 07, 2015 -- Non-profit ministry AMTC is a mission and movement dedicated to "Making Good Bolder" on the stages of film, fashion, music and theater.