Tucked away in western New York on the shores of Lake Erie is the small town of Westfield. Best known for being in the heart of grape country, it is composed of people as beautiful as the the lush countryside.
Most of us take a few moments to decide whether to tip 15 or 20 percent when we receive the bill at a restaurant. But one group of customers at Busboys & Poets in Washington D.C. scrapped those usual numbers … Continue reading
The police see a LOT of things in the course of a day. So it has to take something completely unique to really catch them off-guard.
What do you do for work? This is such a common question, isn’t it? Work takes up so much of this life.
Sarah Porter is a quality data coordinator at Maine Medical Partners Neurosurgery and Spine. She has a public health degree and is passionate about neuroscience.
Dining out is often an adventure, as friends and family gather together to enjoy each other’s company along with a good meal. Food has a way of fostering community, served up with laughter and cheer, and in this case, generosity. … Continue reading
In most of the stories we hear where a son or daughter saves their parent during an emergency, the parent is unconscious or otherwise unable to seek medical attention on their own. However, 9-year-old Camdyn Smith, of Sedro-Woolley, Washington, saved … Continue reading
A Blue Lives Matter flag has become the subject of public backlash after a Florida resident was ordered to remove the symbol from her home due to complaints.
Though it is nice to think that human trafficking only happens in bad faraway places, it simply is not the case. Men, women, and children are trafficked by the millions every single year.
Twenty-Five Years Later, Mom Finally Finishes Nursing School. But at Graduation, LOSES IT When He Walks In
Margaret “Penny” Pearson, a resident of North Mankato, Minnesota, was greatly missing her son. Her son, Army Sgt. Dustin Pearson, had been deployed in Iraq and Kuwait for the past year.