Camp HOPE America-Bridgeport was launched in 2016 as the first camp of its kind in New England offering a traditional summer camp experience combined with a therapeutic curriculum. The camp's goal is to help build resiliency and a renewed sense of hope in the lives of local children who have been the primary or secondary victims of abuse. … [Read more...] about Fairfield Christmas Tree Festival Donates $80,000 to Camp HOPE
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LA GRANGE, IL – Nov. 15, 2018 – Today, the La Grange Business Association announced the Small Business Saturday "Flash Sale" shopping promotion for 2018, an opportunity for consumers to receive extraordinary deals for a limited time at participating stores and restaurants of La Grange. In response to increased competition from online retailers, the village-wide Flash Sale is one of several unique ways that the independent businesses in La Grange are working to drive foot traffic through their doors throughout the holiday season. … [Read more...] about Flash Sale Planned On Small Business Saturday In La Grange
The night before he was ordered to leave, Garcia’s friends held a farewell party for him in southwest Detroit, according to the Detroit Free Press. “I feel kind of sad,” he told the newspaper. “I got to leave my family behind, knowing that they’re probably going to have a hard time adjusting. Me not being there for them for who knows how long. It’s just hard.” … [Read more...] about Too old for DACA, a Michigan father is deported after three decades in the U.S.
The lack of basic communication, disregard for community culture, and unethical business practices prompted residents to come together to form a united front on what many see as an assault on our way of life. Hidden Woods Subdivision is characterized by a rustic forest charm. We have no sidewalks, no streetlights and enjoy the shade of old-growth hardwood trees, the majority of which date back to the 1700's. Our secluded streets are lined with centuries old tress and we border St. James Farm, one of the largest Forest Preserves in DuPage County. We chose this unique forested haven as a place to raise families, retire, and enjoy a slower pace of life amongst the woods away from the hustle of the city. … [Read more...] about Wheaton Sanitary District’s Project in Hidden Woods
Jessica, Tribeca: “On Sunday nights, my neighbors who recently moved out would have what I imagined were shower orgies. The woman was in her early 20s, very unfriendly, never going to work, always going to work out. The man, a Brazilian-coffee-mogul type with a salt-and-pepper beard, was rarely around but sometimes could be seen coming or going with his carry-on suitcase. Starting at around 8 p.m. on Sunday, the music blasted, the cigarette and weed smoke seeped through the vents, and anywhere from four to 12 different voices grew progressively louder. And then sometime around 1 a.m., the shower would turn on. Through the techno beats, you could hear people giggling and splashing. One time — only one time — I happened to have people over on a Sunday night. When the rowdiness started next door, my friend decided he was going to ring the bell and ask to join in on the fun. But no one came to the door.” … [Read more...] about What New Yorkers Learned From Actually Having to Meet Their Neighbors