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By pHIL SKELTON The parents of Matthew Hall are staging a charity auction to celebrate their son and thank the nurses who handed them a lifeline. Melanie and Chris, from Bishop's Cleeve, are hosting the Matthew Hall Ball at Hatherley Manor Hotel, Down Hatherley, on Saturday.
By Imani Tate Staff Writer Service is a lifetime habit for Scott Dilley, the 2008 San Dimas Citizen of the Year who was spoon-fed activism and charity during his formative years.
By Joe Williams, St. Louis Post-Dispatch Aug. 1--It's no longer news when gay relationships are stable and nurturing, even when one of the partners is famous.
By Joanna Torreano Long before a "bucket list" became popular, I kept one. I've always had a desire to be in a play. When I read about the auditions for "West Side Story" at the Lockport Palace Theatre, I was relieved to learn that I couldn't attend the first audition date.
By Jane Sutton MIAMI (Reuters) - Tropical Storm Chris weakened on Thursday on a path toward toward Cuba and forecasters no longer expected it to become the season's first hurricane as it headed west toward the Gulf of Mexico and U.S. oil facilities.
By Patricia Zengerle WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Tropical Storm Chris weakened on Thursday and forecasters said they did not expect it to become the season's first hurricane as it headed west toward the Gulf of Mexico and U.S. oil facilities. At 5 a.m.
By Patricia Zengerle WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Tropical Storm Chris weakened on Thursday and forecasters said they did not expect it to become the season's first hurricane over the next several days as it headed west toward U.S. oil facilities in the Gulf of Mexico. At 2 a.m.
By Steve Gorman LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - In one of the more unlikely product endorsements of recent years, a group of major advertisers is touting provocative comedian Chris Rock as the next poster child for "family-friendly" television.
In orbit for three and a half years now, ESA's smallest Earth Observation satellite is making a big contribution to science. Proba applications range from studying land vegetation to water quality monitoring, assessing productivity of Italian vineyards, even helping hunt for meteorite impact craters.
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