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Resort to host Women in Business Seminar

Discover new ideas about business, personal empowerment and more at French Lick Resort’s Women in Business Seminar March 29–31. The three-day getaway will include...

Resort to host Women in Business Seminar

Discover new ideas about business, personal empowerment and more at French Lick Resort’s Women in Business Seminar March 29–31. The three-day getaway will include...

Trail Side on Mass Ave brings new neighborhood to downtown

Special to the Recorder The already vibrant Mass Ave Arts District downtown is getting a new neighbor. Trail Side on Mass Ave, a four-story...

Poor peoples’ campaign

Special to the Recorder The Baptist Ministers Alliance has launched a poor peoples’ campaign entitled, “Where are the jobs?” in an effort to highlight...

Early detection remains critical to long-term survival

This March, the American Cancer Society is encouraging men and women 50 and older to make getting tested for colorectal cancer a priority. Colorectal...

Study reveals loans to minority groups were not the cause of housing meltdown

From BlackNews.com ComplianceTech, a leading provider of technology and mortgage data analysis for government agencies, nonprofit organizations and financial institutions, recently released a study...

YouVersion brings Bibles to cell phone users in China

From Christian Post The YouVersion Chinese edition app is helping missionaries distribute Bibles to cell phone users throughout China. Last year, Smartphone sales in...

Unique program offers real life experiences to local youth

Etiquette, manners, and the art and skill of understanding the expectations that come with different situations are among the life lessons 60 young men...

SBA begins lending to underserved communities

Special to the Recorder Lenders who participate in the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Preferred Lender Program can approve loans through the agency’s new small...

Judge ordered to remove Ten Commandments poster

A federal appeals court has upheld a lower court ruling that found an Ohio judge’s courtroom display of the Ten Commandments unconstitutional. The 6th...
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