- Coffee Company Gives Ex-Cons a Lift Toward Law-Abiding Life
- Coffee's restorative properties are celebrated daily, but a Washington state roaster is using the eye-opening beans to fuel a resurrection of a different kind: offering ex-convicts a path to a law-abiding life.
- Take tea or coffee with heaping spoonful of sustainability
- Given our latitude, neither my tea leaves nor my husband's coffee beans are ever likely to be locally sourced. I prefer Assam tea, which hails from the region of India with the same name.
- PNW Books and Coffee Series Continues
- WESTVILLE — Purdue University Northwest continues its Books & Coffee discussion series on the North Central campus this semester. The programs are free and open to the public and meet from noon to about 1 p.m.
- Orange Park police launch "Coffee with a Cop"
- The coffee klatch March 9 was the inaugural “Coffee with a Cop” program hosted by the Orange Park Police Department.
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