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Cecil College student does whatever it takes to get to class

Although it's often been said that “When I was your age, I walked 10 miles to school, in the snow, uphill, both ways,” that is kind of true when it comes to Cecil College student Dallas Stitely.

Collecting war stories

Historical Society's Vietnam veterans Listening Station is open

Tony Covatta

Nearly 30 years ago, Tony Covatta first came to North East not as a businessman, but as the owner of a boat.

Fair Hill Nature Center receives grant

The Fair Hill Nature Center and Environmental Foundation has been awarded a grant from the National Audobon Society.

The legacy of Jacob Tome lives on

The Tome School opened in 1889 to fulfill a prominent businessman’s vision for a school that would prepare students to acquire the skills necessary to be successful in their lives. The school remains true to that mission more than 125 years later.

Union Hospital's Surgical Services suites now a state-of-the-art facility

A $12 million project to modernize the facility will be fully completed in 2015. With the project now past the halfway point, the hospital is already seeing enhanced patient care and outcomes as a result