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PET OF THE WEEK: Aspen is available for adoption

Update: Health fair rescheduled after winter weather

SAVING GRACES: Cassidy is up for adoption

Michael Bonner to speak at annual Community Unity event in Greenville

GROWING UP FIT: eWIC program switching from paper vouchers to cards

Volunteers wanted for 'Rise Against Hunger' meal packing event

8th annual 'Spread the Dream' fundraiser to benefit The Dream Factory

Pet of the Week: Oliver

GROWING UP FIT: Tips to eat mindfully through the holidays

Community Pops Singers holding Christmas Concert Friday

Free Gospel concert at South Central High School

Greenville Fire-Rescue hosting chili cookoff to benefit United Way Wednesday

Cub Scouts collecting Toys for Tots at Bear Grass Parade

SAVING GRACES: Cappuccino is available for adoption

Vidant Medical Center promoting wellness with Winter Wonderland

PET OF THE WEEK: Isosceles

PCC hosting summit for minority high school men

26th annual performance of The Nutcracker to benefit CMN

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'Minister for loneliness' appointed to fight isolation in Britain

One in ten people said they felt lonely "always or often," and hundreds of thousands of elderly people said they hadn't spoken to a friend or relative in weeks.

Chrissy Teigen offers $100K to let McKayla Maroney speak about abuse

McKayla Maroney signed a secrecy agreement about gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar, and Chrissy Teigen offered to pay the penalty for breaking it.

Dozens of skulls found in shallow graves as Mexico's cartels battle for turf

Nayarit has been one of the states hit hardest by an increase in gang-related killings, which helped push murders to a record high in Mexico in 2017.

EPA eases path for new chemicals, raising health fears

After EPA streamlines approval process, critics say that the agency is skipping vital steps that protect the public from hazardous chemicals.

Washington State QB Tyler Hilinski found dead in apparent suicide

Hilinski, just 21 years old, died of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head.