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Lakeland Community College planning job fair
The News-Herald, Willoughby, Ohio23 minutes ago
BRIEF: Geauga Growth Partnership holding fall networking event Oct. 5
The News-Herald, Willoughby, Ohio23 minutes ago
BRIEF: Tri-C selected for Ohio College Apprenticeship Consortium
The News-Herald, Willoughby, Ohio23 minutes ago
Heinen's begins home delivery grocery service
The News-Herald, Willoughby, Ohio23 minutes ago
Inland Latino families learn that peaches can be as yummy as pies
The Press-Enterprise, Riverside, Calif.23 minutes ago
In this Aug. 7, 2017, photo, Kenneth Parker Ulrich, left, a research technician at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, inserts a needle to collect a blood sample from Erricka Hager, a participant in the "All of Us" research program in Pittsburgh. The "All of Us" research program is run by the National Institutes of Health and plans to track the health of at least 1 million volunteers by 2019. By doing so, researchers hope to learn how to better tailor treatments and preventative care to people's genes, environments, and lifestyle. The University of Pittsburgh is running a pilot program with some of the first enrollees in the study. (AP Photo/Dake Kang)
Wanted: 1 million people to study genes, habits and healthU.S. researchers want to study 1 million people to learn how genes, environments and lifestyles interact, so they can better tailor health care
The Associated Press30 minutes ago
In this photo taken Friday, Sept. 22, 2017, Alaska Airlines employee Jeff Ferguson loads cargo into the middle of a passenger plane at Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport in Anchorage, Alaska. The airline is retiring its combi planes, Boeing 737-400s designed to be half cargo immediately behind the cockpit and then seating for 72 passengers in the rear. (AP Photo/Mark Thiessen)
No more flying with reindeer: Unique Alaska planes to retirePlanes made for Alaska's unique needs of delivering groceries, people and even worn-out sled dogs to far-flung parts of the nation's largest state are being retired
The Associated Press41 minutes ago
In this Thursday, May 11, 2017, photo, people walk by Sunshine Life & Health Advisors, in Hialeah, Fla. The latest Republican push to replace the Obama-era health care law would shift funding and key coverage decisions for both private insurers and Medicaid to states instead of the federal government. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz)
What the latest health overhaul push means for consumersA last-ditch attempt to replace former President Barack Obama's health care law gives insurance shoppers only a vague sense of what lies ahead if the bill becomes law
The Associated Press56 minutes ago
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