Regional Veterans News 4/18/10


Regional stories today from: Morgantown, West Virginia, Ballston Spa, New York, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, New Bedford, Massachusetts, Souh Bend, Indiana, Gadsden, Alabama, Wesley Chapel, Florida, Lexington, Kentucky, Seattle, Washington, Knoxville,Tennessee, and Newton, North Carolina.

  • Newton, North Carolina Group helps disabled veterans
  • Lexington, Kentucky 7,000 trees planted in Veterans Park
  • Seattle, Washington Volunteers clean up military cemetery
  • Gadsden, Alabama Vietnam veteran finally receives Purple Heart
  • Wesley Chapel, Florida Memorial trip worth wait for Wiregrass vets
  • Souh Bend, Indiana South Bend veterans get help rehabbing homes
  • Tuscaloosa, Alabama More of U.S. homeless to comprise of seniors
  • New Bedford, Massachusetts Flag flies for World War II Army veteran
  • Ballston Spa, New York Memorial to honor New York’s fallen submarine vets
  • Morgantown, West Virginia Joint Chiefs chairman to meet with vets in Morgantown
  • Knoxville,Tennessee Fewer than 100 kids of veterans of conflict remain; 6 in Tennessee


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