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The Zoom screen opened at 10:45 a.m. Samantha Crowel’s mom and dad walked her into the frame. She wore a short white dress and held a bouquet of white roses. Samantha Crowel’s grandfather Santo Giovanni Melchiorre, 96, was stuck in a rehab center in Fort Myers, Fla., when Crowel married Austin Kiesel on April 18. […]

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The coronavirus pandemic has inspired a grassroots movement that is connecting people who need help with donors who can offer financial assistance. Tygielski initially founded Pandemic of Love as a way for her local community to offer and receive aid. Her posts were widely shared and within days her organization was matching donors with those […]

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Good morning SLAYER! Expecting things to change without putting in the effort is like waiting for a ship at the airport. New blog goes up Tuesday, until then… SLAY on!

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A Boston hospital worker has helped place 500 American flags in a park to honor veterans for Memorial Day after the city canceled its large annual display because of the coronavirus. The hundreds of miniature flags ordered by Mary Gillen – who is battling the coronavirus daily as a respiratory therapist at Massachusetts General Hospital […]

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Happier days are ahead for a beloved 53-year-old pet tortoise whose owner died of COVID-19. Ms. Jennifer, a “very sweet” reptile, came to the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals’ Boston adoption center on May 9, communications director Rob Halpin.  Jennifer loves being outside in warm weather. Her owner, who had become […]

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Good morning SLAYERS! A good example has twice the value of good advice. New blog goes up Sunday, until then… SLAY on!

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