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September is Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, a time to remind our fellow community members that help is available for them and for those t…


There is a family photo I still have a hard time looking at. It was a family trip to New York City, my father, my brothers and me — my first t…


The doors of Kent County’s public schools opened once again for the start of a new year this week, with students set to be in classrooms five …

When I think of Afghanistan, I think of my first deployment as an Air Force Medical Service Corps (MSC) officer.

I wanted to take the time to respond to statements made by Rob Newberry in the Aug. 12 issue of the Kent County News directed at me, Del. Jay Jacobs.


Kent County is “going purple” this month to help raise awareness of the opioid abuse epidemic that is still very much striking our community, …

As summer draws to a close, parents, kids and teachers everywhere are beginning the cycle of mourning the demise of summer.

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