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York rail trail gets a video, and businesses get grants (access required)

Raising a child and working hard leaves little time for friendships

I’m not a good friend anymore, and I don’t feel bad about it. Some back story, first. When Coraline came into my life (quite a shock, and you can read about that here) link to , I thought I was going to be the parent that just continued to do whatever I wanted and that my kid ...

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Learning to share my son

Being a single parent can be extremely difficult and the challenges change with the age of your child. When my son was younger, I struggled with finding quality childcare while I worked. As he has gotten older, I have struggled with getting him to his activities on time and keeping up with his social schedule. ...

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Grant boosts infant and early childhood services

A federal grant of more than $1.2 million to Pennsylvania will go toward working for better health, well-being and long-term outcomes for pregnant and parenting families of young children. The funding was awarded by the Health Resources and Services Administration of the federal Department of Health and Human Services, and will help DHS’ Office of ...

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Moving with a toddler

Like every other mother out there, my kiddo amazes me constantly. It’s not even that she’s doing anything special (she’s just a toddler after all), but she looks at the world in this magical way with eyes that are new and fresh and inquisitive of everything around her.

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Ryan “The Bug Man” Makes Insects Interesting

Ryan Bridge has gone buggy and he doesn’t care who knows it. In fact, if there’s anyone who can put a positive spin on the world of pests, it’s Ryan “The Bugman” Bridge. Bridge’s enthusiasm is hardly containable as he waxes rhapsodic about the world of insects. “I got into them when I was five, ...

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