State domestic violence reports reach highest level in 20 years

Posted on September 19, 2021

By Whitney Bryen WATONGA, Okla. — A bloodied 15-year-old with a dislocated jaw told police at his Watonga home that his dad punched him in  Continue Reading »

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Retired Public Defender Kathleen Pozzi sees the whole person, not just a criminal defendant

Posted on September 14, 2021

By LORI A. CARTER Known for a wardrobe that’s just as sharp as her intellect, Kathleen Pozzi has left an indelible mark on the Sonoma  Continue Reading »

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Tree Dedicated As “Symbol of Hope and Resilience” In Quest To End Domestic Violence

Posted on September 7, 2021

Sophie Sonnenfeld, New Haven Independent Drizzly raindrops trickled down the leaves and were soaked up by the roots of an American chestnut tree that now  Continue Reading »

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Milford man pedals for abuse victims on 3,800-mile trek

Posted on August 25, 2021

Saul Flores MILFORD — Alan Masarek has always wanted to bike cross country. When he got the chance to combine the ride of a lifetime  Continue Reading »

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SquareOne Family Justice Center Breaks Ground in Wentworth

Posted on August 16, 2021

Susie C. Spear, News & Record Greensboro WENTWORTH — Several humble little clusters of wild daisies dot the 3-acre field here where on Monday work  Continue Reading »

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