Community News

New DINFOS librarian helps expand e-resources

February 22, 2017 Lisa Rhodes 0

When Karen Hayward was first entering college, she wanted to become a journalist. “I enjoy writing,” said the native of Youngstown, Ohio. “I love sending email to people and composing letters.” Today, Hayward, who earned […]

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Helping the hungry

February 22, 2017 Rona Hirsch 0

Ricky Miller, receiving clerk for the Maryland Food Bank, unloads about 4,280 pounds of venison donated Feb. 15 from the recent deer cull on Fort Meade. A deer processor prepared the meat for donation to […]

Guest Column

America’s Army – Leading the way

February 22, 2017 Soundoff! 0

By Maj. Gen. Malcolm B. Frost, Chief, Public Affairs, U.S. Army Diversity, equality and inclusion — those are just some of the traits that make America’s Army the strongest, finest fighting force the world has […]

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UCONN: Basketball capital of the world

February 22, 2017 Soundoff! 0

By Marcia Eastland, Protestant Education Coordinator at Argonne Hills Chapel Center I am long-time fan of the University of Connecticut Lady Huskies Basketball Program. It has been suggested to me by Chad Jones that this […]

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All Things Legal

Earned Income Credit reduces tax burden

February 22, 2017 Soundoff! 0

By Jane M. Winand, Legal Assistance Attorney The Earned Income Credit is a special tax benefit for taxpayers who earned a low or moderate income. It serves an important purpose because it reduces the tax […]

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