The simple appreciation that Ottawa Catholic School Board students show towards others when the community comes together is a powerful lesson in the value of shared giving and receiving. Students at Dr. F. J. McDonald Catholic School in Britannia recently welcomed students from St. Mark High School in Manotick for a day of service. This generational connection will have lasting effects for both.
COATESVILLE >> The city’s Gateway Redevelopment Project received a shot in the arm on two funding fronts Thursday. The project was awarded a $3.2 million loan and a $2.1 million grant, the governor’s office and two local politicians announced. “Now we have a project, now we have a project,” developer Jim DePetris said. “How many developers have come into Coatesville promising the sky and left in the dead of night? We’re the ones who are staying and getting this project done.
A Malvern company says its non-drug treatment for depression continues to gain acceptance. Neuronetics Inc. announced Wednesday the outcomes registry for its NeuroStar Advanced Therapy treatment for depression has exceeded 500 patients at approximately 50 treatment facilities in the United States. The NeuroStar outcomes registry is projected to grow from 500 to 6,000 patients by 2019, the company said, making it the largest registry for treatment-resistant depression.