Ashley R. Williams, The Intelligencer

Ashley R. Williams

The Intelligencer

Philadelphia, PA, United States

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  • The Intelligencer
  • Bucks Courier Times
  • USA TODAY
  • WSAV News 3

Past articles by Ashley:

Bucks dog therapy group returns to schools, senior care facilities with canine circus

Jackson the golden retriever joins his fellow Angel on a Leash companions in the recently created Canine Circus parade. → Read More

Bucks dog therapy group returns to schools, senior care facilities with canine circus

Jackson the golden retriever joins his fellow Angel on a Leash companions in the recently created Canine Circus parade. → Read More

She wanted to go back to school amid cancer fight. Mask exemptions are keeping her at home

Parents of children with cancer and other health concerns have advocated for mask mandates in schools. But not all have been answered. → Read More

'Share your spare': Langhorne man with end-stage kidney failure seeks a living organ donor

Langhorne native Joe Fitch, 55, needs a living kidney donor. For the past year and a half, he's navigated the throes of end-stage kidney failure. → Read More

'Share your spare': Langhorne man with end-stage kidney failure seeks a living organ donor

Langhorne native Joe Fitch, 55, needs a living kidney donor. For the past year and a half, he's navigated the throes of end-stage kidney failure. → Read More

Newtown, Bucks County Community College to host virtual Juneteenth event

Newtown Township’s Human Relations Commission and Bucks County Community College will host a Celebrate Juneteenth virtual event on Wednesday. → Read More

Newtown, Bucks County Community College to host virtual Juneteenth event

Newtown Township’s Human Relations Commission and Bucks County Community College will host a Celebrate Juneteenth virtual event on Wednesday. → Read More

JC Lewis Primary Health Care Center reminds community of vaccine availability

For anyone unsure of where to receive their COVID-19 vaccination, a local medical facility wants to remind the community of their availability. → Read More

Historic Promised Land Farm awarded $10,000 community grant

A historic Black-owned farm has received a $10,000 community grant from the Reparations Project. → Read More

Beyond the Bell Savannah offers youth training for Alcohol Awareness Month

April marks Alcohol Awareness Month, and a local organization is continuing its mission to help prevent underage drinking. → Read More

Mother-daughter educators address pandemic-related literacy gap through new children’s book

A local mother and daughter have teamed up to write a book to help develop reading skills among young learners. → Read More

M.A.L.E. Dreamers to host ‘Insurrection to Resurrection’ community event Saturday

A local youth development and mentorship program is inviting the public, including prospective mentors and mentees, to attend their community event on Saturday. → Read More

How has the library impacted your life? Live Oak Public Libraries asking for community’s stories

In honor of National Library Week, Live Oak Public Libraries are seeking out stories that show their impact on the local community. → Read More

Exchanging sensitive personal details for a COVID-19 vaccine: What you need to know

As an identity theft victim still impacted by the crime today, Jessica Solomon is generally nervous to hand out her personal details. → Read More

Savannah native shares experience as an extra in Disney+ series, ‘The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’

Savannah native Sheila Jackson says she’s had the opportunity to appear as a small character in Marvel series, “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier,” which is now streaming on Disney+. → Read More

Tybee encourages public input for computer app that studies coastal flood hazards

Tybee officials want the public’s help in building the island’s resiliency against impacts from climate change-related sea level rise. → Read More

Savannah primary care office partners with March of Dimes to address high premature birth rates

A statewide and local partnership is helping address the high number of premature babies born across Georgia. → Read More

Eligible Chatham Co. residents can apply for help covering cooling costs starting April 1

Beginning next month, Georgians having a hard time covering their home cooling costs can apply for one-time assistance. → Read More

Savannah fitness instructor opens new workout studio to encourage women’s empowerment

A new fitness, health and empowerment studio opened its doors on East 70th Street earlier this month. → Read More

New truck driving training school opens in Savannah amid nationwide driver shortage

A new truck driving training school in Savannah aims to help tackle a nationwide driver shortage and prepare students for employment. → Read More