Sixth Sunday After Epiphany
by Andrea Ferich
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And so, brothers and sisters, I could not speak to you as spiritual people, but rather as people of the flesh, as infants in Christ.
A larger waterfront park, complete with an urban beach, a barge pool and a boardwalk may be in the future for Carteret.
The borough’s Waterfront Park, located on the Arthur kill along the eastern portion of the borough, has about… 428 more words
It’s been nearly three years since Los Angeles County Waste Management’s fleet of rumbling trash trucks ceased their daily climb up and down the massive landfill in Puente Hills, for years one of the nation’s largest. 635 more words
Most people I talk to that have been through Elementary School science class remember that plants take CO2 and make oxygen, and even if they don’t remember that, they seem to have an understanding that the air in a forest is cleaner than the air in the city. 1,030 more words
Temple University students have been working with Kensington neighbors to reimagine the area around the Lehigh Somerset Viaduct.
Leonard Bonarek, Michelle Atherton and Ted Muller worked through the Department of Planning and Community Development at the Temple University’s Center for Sustainable Communities to bring more of a local voice to the changing landscape of Kensington. 7 more words