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Parade · Upper Darby
Memorial Day parade marches through Oakmont, Verona
Members of the Ashley American Legion Post 673 form the vanguard of the 141st Ashley Memorial Day Parade on Monday morning. The parade was held in honor of veterans who died in the line of duty during World War II. The event was held at Ashley High School in Ashley.See the Story
50% Left coverage: 10 sources
Shelton preschool teaches with environmental touch with new outdoor classroom
Susanna Wesley School has taken an environmental approach to its curriculum with recent additions, including a nature trail and tranquility garden.See the Story
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Military · Islamabad
Roadside bomb kills two soldiers in northwest Pakistan
roadside bomb kills two soldiers in northwest Pakistan. The Pakistani Taliban claimed responsibility for the attack. Pakistan is witnessing increased attacks on security forces after the militant TTP ended a cease-fire with the government last November. To counter the wave of violence, the government said Friday it will carry out a massive anti-terrorist operation.See the Story
47% Left coverage: 17 sources
Martha's Vineyard, Nantucket residents rally for affordable year-round housing
250 residents of Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard descended on the State House Thursday to advocate for a bill. The legislation would create a two percent fee for any property sales on the islands exceeding $1 million. Those funds would go to a bank that could issue loans and grants to would-be homebuyers.See the Story
Coverage: 2 sources
Ansonia · Ansonia
Ansonia students receive $20,000 worth of tools
The 22 freshmen students in the school's precision manufacturing program each received a toolbox Wednesday morning filled with many of the items needed for their studies. Donated by Forum Plastics, of Waterbury, each toolbox and contents cost $1000 and will be kept by the student when they graduate in four years.See the Story
100% Center coverage: 1 sources