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Technology News Archive - October 05, 2008

Four crisis centers in Allegheny County will open Nov. 3 to applicants seeking help heating their homes this winter through the federal Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program.

By Mike Cronin Hundreds of clergy and lay leaders in the Episcopal Diocese of Pittsburgh are scheduled to vote today on whether to leave the New York-based church for a more conservative affiliation. The voting at St.

The Episcopal Diocese of Pittsburgh has voted to leave the Episcopal Church and join a more conservative province of the Anglican Church. The vote was taken today at St. Martin's Episcopal Church in Monroeville. The results were greeted with silence.

A Church which was the heart of a Cheltenham community for almost 160 years closes its doors for the last time tomorrow. St Peter's Church, in Tewkesbury Road, which at its peak in the inter-war years had a congregation of more than 150, today attracts no more than a dozen to its services.

An old church which has been turned into a unique pounds1million job-creating an 'apprentices' restaurant and bar complex has been given the go-ahead to fly the flag, despite claims that the 'flag' is all a bit too modern for Dartmouth.

A Fruity exhibition has launched at the Gloucester Folk Museum. "Apple of my Eye" features paintings, drawings, ceramics, photographs and other mediums, all on the theme of apples and their connection to Gloucestershire.

Police have made arrests in connection with damage running into hundreds of pounds caused by graffiti sprayed on walls across the city. Pc Wayne Marshall and colleagues from the south central neighbourhood team executed a warrant at a house in Mutley and arrested a male student.

By Anonymous Make your MySpace or Facebook page matter with SocialVibe.com. Just pick a company or brand you like, choose a cause you're passionate about and add a SocialVibe badge to your page. When someone views your profile, your brand donates money to your chosen cause.

By Wesley G. Hughes Newspapers, and journalism in general, have run into some ethical challenges brought on by the Internet and blogs. Reporters have been taught for generations to beware of hazards from anonymous sources. Use them at your peril.

By Anonymous Kickers promotes brand interaction by taking to the festival circuit What does the campaign involve? Lunch Communications has been appointed to build on footwear brand Kickers' heritage in music by introducing it to the festival circuit.