As a joint result of Act 46 and the BFA budget, which was approved on Town Meeting day with astonishing numbers, numerous BFA programs, and staff members were cut.
In order for BFA to meet the demands of Act 46 and to... Read More »
The media has been given an unbelievable power. It morphs people's view on virtually every topic. From deforestation to healthcare, the majority of information one gets on any given topic is spoon fed by various forms of m... Read More »
One of the hardest choices in a young person’s life is what they want to do after they graduate high school. The choice they make will shape the rest of their life. The first thing to think about is the options one has. G... Read More »
Since 1791, the Bill of Rights has been protecting the residents of America from the government. The document was crafted based off what the colonist found to be the most unfair from under the rule of the British.
In ... Read More »
The BFA Mercury continues to add several subscribers on a daily basis, but we would like to take the time and say thank you to our first subscriber. The Mercury would like to say thank you to Pat McCormick for being our first official subscriber as of Feb. 2, 2016. The Mercury looks forward to continuously producing quality stories to all of our subscribers and beyond.
After years of extraordinary tension between the United States and Cuba, time appears to have finally initiated the healing process between the nations.
As in recent years, the US has evidently gravitated... Read More »
As if doubt from the majority of the American public wasn't enough, Tiger Woods appears to have lost the belief in him from the majority of his fellow Tour players.
Sports Illustrated (specifically Josh Berhow, Marika Washchyshyn and Sean Zak) recently polled more than 150 player... Read More »