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Growing Valuable Chemical-Rich Seaweed Brings Jobs to Poor Women in India
Growing Valuable Chemical-Rich Seaweed Brings Jobs to Poor Women in India

Rural women in India rope in young seaweed plants in preparation for growing seaweed. The practice offers a steady source of income for these women, who can't be away from their families long enough...more

Bright LED-strap Belt Promotes Pedestrian Safety
Bright LED-strap Belt Promotes Pedestrian Safety

The Halo Belt 2.0, a new kickstarter-funded safety device created by Vincent Ng, is designed to protect pedestrians and cyclists in all light conditions. The device is an extra-bright LED strap...more

Housing-First Solutions for the Homeless
Housing-First Solutions for the Homeless

Pathways to Housing PA, one of four programs in a national network, has moved 400 homeless Philadelphians off the streets, most of them are veterans. The housing-first solution is simple and...more

Watertown to Use Community Development Block Grant to Revitalize Neighborhood
Watertown to Use Community Development Block Grant to Revitalize Neighborhood

The city of Watertown will receive $796,000 in Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) this year to revitalize poor neighborhoods. The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development...more

Cleburne County Officials on Business Recruitment and Economic Development
Cleburne County Officials on Business Recruitment and Economic Development

Birmingham economic development experts gave a unified nod of approval on how to benefit area residents at the recent Heflin Industrial Development Board meeting. Economic Development Partnership...more

How One Word Can Make a Difference in Helping the Poor
How One Word Can Make a Difference in Helping the Poor

A social experiment from the UK that's being videoed reveals how a counterintuitive approach to helping the poor can make a huge difference. Pilion Trust, a renowned British charity, sent a man...more

Higlands College Students Devise Dream Kitchen for People with Disabilities
Higlands College Students Devise Dream Kitchen for People with Disabilities

Highlands College construction technology students have used their design skills to devise a luminous new dream kitchen built for the disabled at the Silver Bow Developmental Disabilities Council in...more

Glow in the Dark Road Lines Could Help Improve Driver Safety at Night
Glow in the Dark Road Lines Could Help Improve Driver Safety at Night

Glow in the dark road lines have been marked on a stretch of highway in the Netherlands, south east of Amsterdam. The lines contain a "photo-luminizing" paint that charges up in the daytime and...more

Little Italy in Erie to Get $412,899 Grant Boost
Little Italy in Erie to Get $412,899 Grant Boost

A Little Italy neighborhood in Eriewill get a $412,899 state grant to improve its new sidewalks and lighting along West 18th Street, between Sassafras and Cherry streets. Erie has entered into a...more

West Contra Costa Seeks Volunteers for Earth Day
West Contra Costa Seeks Volunteers for Earth Day

West Contra Costa is looking for volunteers to help with the maintenance and cleanup of the area's creeks, shorelines, parks and other places for Earth Day. Activities include Albany's shoreline...more




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