WASHINGTON (AP) — A college degree practically stamped Andres Aguirre's ticket to the middle class. Yet at age 40, he's still paying the price of admission.
After a decade of repayments, Aguirre still diverts $512 a month to loans and owes $20,000.
The expense requires his family to rent an apartment in Campbell, California, because buying a home in a decent school district would cost too much. His daughter has excelled in high school, but Aguirre has urged her to attend community college to...
A Carbon County man has been charged with harassment following an incident at a county development with a security guard.
State police at Fern Ridge said troopers were dispatched to the area of 86 Lindbergh Circle, in the Towamensing Trails development in Penn Forest Township at 3:07 a.m. Sunday. Troopers said the report indicated a security guard for the development had been punched in the face while investigating a parking complaint.
With a 62-27 romp over an undermanned UMass team last week, Notre Dame should feel pretty good. But with the performance of the erratic defense in the first half, there is real reason for major concern tonight.
It’s impossible to live in the present if you’re caught up in the past.
I read that quote a decade ago in a book about grieving. It resonated with me because at the time, three years after my husband Andy passed away, I was still having a hard time moving on.
I did everything one is supposed to do to get on with life. I made new friends and tried things I had never done before. I succeeded in staying busy, going home at night only when I was tired and was sure I could sleep.
The films of director Noah Baumbach are an acquired taste. The acting of Greta Gerwig is an acquired taste. Collaboratively, their latest film, “Mistress America,” which they co-wrote, is really an acquired taste.