Chance delivered some Ukrainians to Philly just before the Russian invasion. And trapped others in a war zone
Maryna Bondar, 28, left, and Liubomyr Dykyi, 36, after they pose for a portrait with their dog, Sherry, outside of the Nationalities Service Center by 12th and Arch streets in Philadelphia on Tuesday, April 26, 2022. Bondar and Dykyi arrived in Philly from Ukraine just days before the Russian invasion. (Heather Khalifa/The Philadelphia Inquirer/TNS)
As Maryland crab houses face labor shortage, Black crab pickers recall legacy of struggle and dedication on the Eastern Shore
Professional crab picker Joyce Fitchett, 76, shows how to pick crabs. She's worked at different crab packing houses in Crisfield, Maryland, for more than 70 years. Fitchett has been picking crab meat out of the bodies of crustaceans since she was 5 years old. (Kevin Richardson/The Baltimore Sun/TNS)
These parents are helping each other find infant formula during the shortage
Ashley Brown (front) and Kristen Bradwell prepare infant formula for their month-old daughter, Amelia, in their home in Brookhaven, Pa. Monday, May 16, 2022. Amelia is exclusively formula-fed, and to make sure they had enough, Ashley had to order a case through a seller on Facebook. (Jose F. Moreno/The Philadelphia Inquirer/TNS)
'They belong here': Ukrainian nuns take in dozens displaced by war
Sister Bernadette is one of the sisters at the Sisters of the Holy Family monastery in Hoshiv, Ukraine, where they have taken in women and children who had to leave their homes during the war, on May 1, 2022. (Carolyn Cole/Los Angeles Times/TNS)
Hatchery trout and PowerBait at lowland lakes: Great times for tens of thousands in Washington
More than 4,800 hatchery-raised rainbow trout become flying fish as they're released into Green Lake by the Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife, Wednesday, April 27, 2022. (Alan Berner/The Seattle Times/TNS)
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