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The MJSA Education Foundation recently gave six students in U.S. graduate and undergraduate programs $1,000 scholarships to help advance their skills in jewelry making and design. 
A watch thief in Palm Beach has been arrested and sent to jail after a diligent jeweler recognized it as belonging to a fellow jeweler and friend. 
Police in the town of Greece, a suburb of Rochester, N.Y., are searching for three suspects accused of keeping two jewelry store workers and their adult son tied up in their home for hours in order to rob the store. 
After teaching women in Zambia how to make jewelry, Georgia jewelry store owner Doug Meadows is moving on to a second project in Africa: establishing a business school in Kenya. 
A Florida couple has risen above the snafu of accidentally donating a $6,000 engagement ring to Goodwill, thanks to the generosity of the staff at a family-owned jewelry store. 
The WJA will host its second annual “Jewelry Night Out” event next month, inviting designers, retailers and editors to network in cities across the country as well as in Hong Kong.
New National Jeweler columnist Lilian Raji takes readers on a tour through the aisles of the recent Atlanta Jewelry Show. 
Following a renovation, Corrine Jewelers has reopened its doors to reveal a design focused on diamonds, bridal jewelry and branded fashion merchandise. 
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