Frank Ewald Jr.

...Academy in Annapolis, Maryland to Captain Frank W. Ewald, Sr. and Anne Oakley Ewald. He graduated from the University of Pennsylvania, 1973, with a B.A., Cum Laude, Biology, and earned his graduate and professional degree in medicine...

Match Day serious fun for med students

...quieter celebration for Carmen Black after learning she will begin training in psychiatry at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, just the start of what could be a seven- to eight-year residency and fellowship in addiction...

SC State not alone among HBCUs struggling to survive

COLUMBIA- While decades of leadership strife have contributed to South Carolina State University's fiscal crisis, it is certainly not alone among historically black colleges nationwide struggling to survive.

Kickstarter users search for the secret to being chosen 'Staff Pick'

NEW YORK - Want your project to get selected as a "Staff Pick" on crowdfunding site Kickstarter? Good luck with that.

Charles, Nola Falcone kept connections to Augusta

A Florida couple found dead in their second home on Walton Way kept deep connections to Augusta although many say they hardly knew the husband or wife.

Nonprofits examine effects of online crowdfunding on traditional giving campaigns

Crowdfunding - where lots of people give small donations online to various projects or social ventures - may be competition for traditional charitable organizations.

Charles and Nola Falcone

Mrs. Nola Maddox Falcone AUGUSTA, Ga. - Funeral services for Dr. Charles A. Falcone and Mrs. Nola Maddox Falcone, who entered into rest January 5, 2015, will be conducted Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock from the Posey Funeral Chapel. The Rev. Dr.

Charles and Nola Falcone

...Following her undergraduate studies, she became the first woman to receive her MBA from The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania. Nola Maddox and Charles Falcone were married in 1968. Charles Falcone joined American Electric Power...

Ripe for reform

Honestly, where's the accountability?

Ex-governors urge citizenship test for students

COLUMBIA - Three former South Carolina governors are pushing for high school students to take the same test that immigrants must pass to become a U.S. citizen.