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New trailer for banned documentary on DC pedophile ring

No trailer for the suppressed documentary Conspiracy of Silence, a treatment of the so-called Franklin Scandal, has previously existed. This trailer (featured above) has been created to call attention to a vitally important documentary.
In the Media by Ralph Lopez - 3 comments

Photo essay: Historic Franklin Cider Mill Special

Every Fall the cider mills in Michigan open for only a few months. One of the well known in lower Michigan is the Franklin Cider Mill. People flock to it to get their one of a kind donuts and to savor their unpasteurized cider.
Digital Journal Report by Cynthia Trowbridge - 17 comments

Proposed Georgia law would criminalize miscarriages

A Georgia politician has introduced a bill which would make both abortions and miscarriages punishable by death under some circumstances.
In the Media by Lynn Curwin - 5 comments

Vigil held for Aretha Franklin as she prepares to undergo surgery

Detroit - A community in Detroit has gathered to hold a prayer vigil for Aretha Franklin as she prepares to undergo surgery. The legendary singer, dubbed the "Queen of Soul" needs to undergo a medical procedure for an undisclosed condition.
In the Media by Kev Hedges - 2 comments

Ohio coroner's office cremates wrong toddler

Columbus - An Ohio Coroner's Office once again mixed up two bodies. Grieving parents, who had picked out a white tuxedo to bury their son were visited by the Coroner Sunday and given the devastating news "their baby boy had mistakenly been cremated."
In the Media by Kim I. Hartman - 2 comments

Historic Homes Join Green Movement

When James and Lisa Smith walked into their 1920’s era home on Fifth Avenue in Franklin, Tennessee one Monday morning in July, they found a broken water pipe, meaning the home would have to undergo some big changes.
In the Media by Carolyn Neblett - 4 comments

'Tis the Giving Season: Principal to Donate Kidney to 8th Grade Student

A middle school principal in Franklin, NH is donating a kidney to one of his students. The 13-year-old's health has declined over the past year and without a kidney, her future seems bleak and dependent on medical machinery.
In the Media by Andi Bryant - 1 comment

Tiny historic town comes alive in the fall

What can make a tiny out of the way small town in Michigan come alive in the fall? A historic cider mill, which had its beginnings in 1837 as a grain mill. That is the year that Michigan became a state.
In the Media by Cynthia Trowbridge - 13 comments

From War-Torn Yugoslavia to a Web World: A Profile of a Citizen Journalist

Tea L. left the former Yugoslavia for Canada in pursuit of a future. Turning to extensive volunteer work and study, the hopeful med school student has also stepped into the growing realm of citizen journalism and left quite a footprint. This is her story.
In the Media by Chris Hogg - 20 comments

Missing Missouri boys found alive

Two missing St. Louis-area boys, one of them missing since 2002, were found alive in a Kirkwood, Missouri, apartment, and a suspect was arrested, Franklin County Sheriff Gary Toelke said Friday.
In the Media by Ziad Chatila - 6 comments

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