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Hope comes in the shape of a soccer ball for one impoverished, small African nation. Recognizing this, a compassionate teacher and her gracious students at Holy Family Catholic School made the long-distance connection.
When Katelyn Cooper was 2 years old old, she was clicking photos from a film-loaded Fisher-Price camera.
Shelley Hall has aggressively taken on a daunting job. Helping low-income families and responding to the educational needs of children is no easy task for the new program director at ACAP Child & Family Services.
Pacific's government is broken. Mayor Cy Sun and a frustrated City Council can no longer coexist.
Like an extensive cable or satellite television guide, today's grocery store outlet menu is rife with choices. But in a soft, slow-to-recover economy, the wide-open market is banking up closures, too.
Auburn's 76-year-old ultra-marathon walker came home last Friday, completing a 1,508-mile journey halfway across the country for a worthy cause.
As photos and videos of his thunderous, smoke-spewing dragster flashed across a screen in a darkened room, Jerry Ruth picked up the mic and tried to put his past into perspective.
Change offers new learning experiences and greater possibilities to Dr. Bertha "Bert" Ciaramello.
Henry DeHoog hopes to open an extension of his Homeplate Pub on the south side of East Main Street — a year-round, outdoor seating area in the B Street Plaza just to the east of his establishment.
Already known for having one of the state's largest community college enrollments, Green River Community College keeps on growing with a healthy infusion of returning veterans ready to rediscover the classroom.
KateMarie Collins' quest to become a fantasy novelist began with an unfortunate ending.
Determined to bring back old-school customer service and offer a well-stocked inventory under one roof, Eran Zantkovsky wanted to open his kind of tire and wheel center in Auburn.
It's unmistakably British, uproarious and different, which is perfectly fine with Paul Fouhy and his seasoned cast from the past.
Auburn's Nicole Kupfer is a source of strength – in more ways than one.
When Democratic strategist Hilary Rosen stirred controversy in April by criticizing Ann Romney – wife of GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney – for having "never worked a day in her life," she fired up one stay-at-home mom from Auburn.
Having experienced a personal transformation to better health and wellness, Tracy and Joe Knutson decided to take it one step further.
Richard Hildreth is about to serve the people again – this time, the people of Kenya.
A humbled and grateful Ariana Kukors stepped to the podium Friday night.
Students at Dick Scobee Elementary ran, jumped, skipped and crawled with a special purpose last Thursday – part of a school-wide Relay Recess that raised money for the American Cancer Society.
Shirley March has spent a lifetime devoted to children and community. Years ago, the Auburn woman established a Boy Scout troop for special needs kids, a group that included her oldest son, born with a handicap.