“What I’m taught every Sunday is you give and you give and God will bless you,” Johnson said.
Officials are looking to other sources that could fund their dream projects for spurring local growth.
Silverstein came to Anthem in April 2014 after spending more than 25 years with The Boston Consulting Group.
Michael Fulkerson said he has spent thousands of dollars drafting plans for the 22-acre property near Utica.
24-year-old Krysti Lavanway of Plymouth has pleaded guilty to neglect.
The project, called Tamarack, would’ve been located on an empty lot at the corner of 161st Street and Oak Road.
Through the neighborhood social network Nextdoor, residents are able to share their favorite holiday spots.
It’s part of the company partnership with the Steve Siller Foundation.
Chloe Dygert of Brownsburg is one of 12 nominations for the women’s track long team, according to USA Cycling.
“She was in the security of her own home where she was supposed to feel secure and now you have broken her trust in her own home.”