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BristolBristol Hospital and Health Care Group Inc, is the recipient of a generous $75,000 grant that was recently awarded by the Connecticut Health and Educational Facilities Authority (CHEFA). The CHEFA grant will be used to upgrade and renovate the hospital's...
firstname.lastname@example.orgSPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- A woman from Florida who followed a new boyfriend to Springfield apparently was murdered three months before her rotting, decomposed body turned up in a trash container behind a home. How and why Kelly Frech died likely will never be...
SEATTLE — Army Staff Sgt. Robert Bales has agreed to plead guilty to the killing of 16 Afghan civilians who were shot to death in their homes outside a U.S. Army outpost in a violent rampage his lawyers have said was brought on by stress fueled with...
Way too often, from Connecticut to Virginia to Arizona, mentally unstable people get their hands on firearms. To stop this, state officials are creating a database of people who are disqualified for mental health reasons from owning a gun, part of a...
The Hampton-Newport News Community Services Board will see an almost $6.5 million decrease in its 2014 operating budget, a cut of just over 10 percent from this year. The Community Services Board provides comprehensive mental health and substance...
At the same time people involved in rehearsals for Michael Jackson’s London concerts were saying he needed therapy, his business manager was asking the concert promoter for a $1 million advance for the cash-strapped singer and the chief executive of...
Tags: Health, Michael Jackson, Judges, Lawyers, Propofol (drug)
Staff WriterAs solar development in Imperial County continues, the local electrical workers’ union reports an exponential growth in membership and an increase in local hires. The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 569 reported its findings...
It was with great interest that I read John Schmidt’s guest commentary (June 6) on the concealed carry statute. I was particularly intrigued by his reference to the parameters of the new law, specifically, that Illinois citizens seeking a...
Orlando Sentinel ColumnistWe often hear that we should talk more openly about mental health. But few people do it. In Saturday's column I give kudos to Dwight Howard (yes, I know you don't hear that much from Orlando) for mentioning in a recent LA Times interview that he saw a...
A renewed debate over discipline in schools is taking place across the country as a backlash against zero-tolerance policies gains momentum. At issue is the use of suspensions to deal with students who are deemed to be "willfully defiant," a nebulous...
June is the season of graduations. Whether completing elementary school, middle school, or high school commencement serves as a time to think about the future and to reflect upon the past. We prepare for where our children are headed in life and we...
Tags: School Examinations, Human Interest, Teachers, Students, Schools
When he ran a large state mental hospital, Dr. Dean Brooks made some bold decisions, but one of the most daring was to heed the call of Hollywood. Over protests from his boss and many mental health professionals, Brooks allowed the cast and crew of "One...
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