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Jefferson College of Health Sciences named top school
The Jefferson College of Health Sciences in Roanoke has been named one of the top schools in its category by Virginia Living Magazine.
Jefferson City Bojangles earns top honors
From left to right: Boj of Western North Carolina President Jeff Rigsby; Bojangles’ of Jefferson City Unit Director and ShowBo Second Place Winner Melissa Naysmith and Boj of Western North Carolina Area Director Steve Rex JEFFERSON CITY, TN – The Bojangles’ located at 103 Mossy Creek Dr. in Jefferson City has won second place in the company’s coveted ShowBo Awards, after undergoing a meticulous evaluation process…
This Week In History: Why did the US purchase Louisiana?
The Louisiana Purchase doubled the size of the United States, but it's not what President Jefferson set out to do.
Cress Williams on 'Black Lightning,' Jefferson's Endgame and Why The Show Is Forever Changed
Black Lightning has returned full throttle for a second...
Jefferson Community and Technical College Foundation awards $100,000 in scholarships
The Jefferson Community and Technical College Foundation has awarded $100,000 in continuing education scholarships to 26 JCTC students. The funds are raised largely by the Foundation’s annual Jefferson Jubilee. Local sponsors supported the Jubilee to the tune of at least $10,000 and had scholarships named for their companies. Sponsors included UPS, Brown-Forman, Elmcroft Senior Living, …
Jefferson College of Health Sciences Named a Top Health & Medicine School by Virginia Living...
Jefferson College of Health Sciences has been named one of the top Health & Medicine colleges in the state by Virginia Living Magazine. Jefferson is one of only four colleges chosen for this honor in the four-year college category The recognition appears in the magazine’s September/October edition, which hit newsstands on September 5, 2014. The digital edition of the magazine is available now at: issuu.com/capefear/docs/2014_10oct-issuu?e=3709906/9087852…
Jefferson College of Health Sciences Named a Top School in Capital Improvements by Virginia...
Jefferson College of Health Sciences has been named one of the top colleges in Virginia in the category of Capital Improvement by Virginia Living Magazine The recognition highlights the completion and opening of the Virginia Intercollegiate Anatomy Lab (VIAL) on the Jefferson College campus at Carilion Roanoke Community Hospital in downtown Roanoke. The $2.5 million VIAL space opened in May 2015, and was the result of…
The Yenni 500: What has Jefferson Parish's president accomplished at midterm?
He recently released an 11-page list of accomplishments in recognition of his first 500 days in office, although some were started before his term.
What does the PhilaU-Jefferson merger mean for startups?
Thomas Jefferson University, as the institution is now called, aims to keep connecting to tech and local startups.
Two killed, two suffer critical injuries after Jefferson Parish crash
Louisiana State Police believe impairment is suspected after a crash that killed two people and left two others critically injured.
5 reasons why Jefferson Parish has no ride-sharing law
Ride-sharing companies, such as Uber and Lyft, have resisted a proposed parish ordinance as too restrictive.
Why should Jefferson’s cancer center get property-tax exemption? asks suburban school district
The Upper Moreland School District has joined an emerging trend of cash-strapped schools questioning why some highly-profitable organizations should be let off the hook for property taxes.
After 10-year addiction, Jefferson City woman helps guide others through recovery
There are a recorded 230 million drug addicts worldwide according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the United States is home to more one-tenth of them. While the road to recovery is long and tough, it is attainable. Alexandria Allen, of Jefferson City, has not only overcome her addiction, but she is now on the path to great success. "I've survived numerous overdoses, I've buried friends from this disease and I got to live," she added.
Jefferson: new research regarding how seizures begin
The local research hub discovers promising pathways for future seizure treatments and prevention
How To Enroll In Jefferson Parish Public School Systems
Relocating parents will want to know how to enroll in Jefferson parish public school system. With a few documents and some patience, it can be easy.
How healthy is Carnival in Jefferson Parish? It depends upon whom you ask
One thing everyone has in common: They want the parades to keep rolling along Vets as long as possible
JEFFERSON – Jefferson-Morgan fourth-graders began their Thursday morning catching a bad guy.
Stabbing at State Hospital leads to lawsuit, questions about patient safety and security
The lawsuit raises new questions about safety and security inside Arizona’s only public psychiatric hospital and whether conditions have improved after sweeping changes and promises were made following an extensive ABC15 investigation three years ago.
7 Tips for Dealing with Difficult Patients
Every seasoned nurse has an aresenal of stories about the difficult patients they've seen. Here are seven tips for dealing with difficult patients.