It’s hard not to want to help when people go through tragedy. Comedian Patton Oswalt posted a great message on Facebook yesterday about keeping our faith in humanity in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombings
If the name Luke Slota sounds familiar, it should. Luke served in Afghanistan and Iraq in the U.S. Army. He’s also been involved in the Johnson City community, serving as a current Village Trustee and an Usher at Saint James Church.
Whenever a story like this comes up I'm always reminded how incredibly fortunate I am to have 3 healthy kids at home. These two young boys Kalen & Kyan from Port Crane have both been diagnosed with the terminal disease Spinal Muscular Atrophy, Type 2.
Number 5 on Binghamton's South side is always a popular restaurant choice for lunch or dinner; great for special occasions, business meetings, live music or just meeting a friend out for a drink. But during Binghamton Restaurant Week, it's a perfect opportunity to try it "just because."
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