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Millions in Opioid Funding Still Availab...

By Delia De Riggi-Whitton Nassau County continues to hold Big Pharma accountable in court for the wave of destruction that the pharmaceutical companies’ highly addictive opioid drugs have unleashed on families and children across the country, and right here in our own backyards.On Nov. 7, the county took the first legislative step toward approving a […]

The pros and cons of leasing versus buyi...

When it comes to looking for a place to live, there are many considerations, including location, home size, access to necessities like groceries and schools, and amenities like entertainment and services. stores. The housing market is a particularly tricky place right now, with rising prices in most parts of the United States, making it an […]

Yorkville and Sandwich fight win duels –

STRUGGLE Yorkville 39, Lincoln Way West 29 The Foxes come back strong to win 39-29 against Lincoln Way West! Fenoglio Ferguson R Janeczko Zook Williams H Janeczko and Alvarez win! Sandwich 48, Woodstock 33 Sandwich’s Nolan Bobee (152 lbs), Miles Corder (132), Kadin Kern (138), Josh Lehman (160), Sy Smith (145) and Bryce Decker (170) […]

Planning commission files Despotis petit...

The Sunset Hills Planning and Zoning Commission voted Nov. 9 to file a proposal for further review of the commercial rezoning of three residential properties on West Watson Road near Court Drive. The commission voted 7-0 on Nov. 9 to file a proposal submitted by George Despotis to rezone 12405, 12411 and 12417 W. Watson […]

Unsafe parking could cost lives, experts...

Emergency services have warned that unsafe or careless parking could kill or cost life. The services try to make people aware of the importance of safe driving and using the road as the weather changes and driving conditions deteriorate. Many have shared that poor parking by the general public has wasted vital time on their […]

Martin Offiah thinks Dom Young can inspi...

Dom Young’s dazzling Rugby World Cup presentations can inspire more NRL stars to channel their “legacy” and help guide England to global glory, believes Martin Offiah. The Wakefield-born winger announced himself on the world stage with two tries in England’s opener against Samoa before suffering an agonizing golden point loss to the same opponents in […]

Dr. Loretta H. Cheeks: A National “GEM”

By Darnell Hill, Special for the Arizona Informant, BlackPressUSA Dr. Loretta H. Cheeks is founder and CEO of DS Innovation, a small company founded in 2018 and based in Arizona. Since beginning her career in the chemical industry at Southern University and A&M College, Dr. Loretta H. Cheeks has defied many odds of what is […]

What’s going on at bankrupt crypto excha

By The Associated Press Imploding cryptocurrency trading firm FTX is now billions short after experiencing the crypto equivalent of a bank run. The exchange, once one of the largest in the world, filed for bankruptcy protection last week, and its CEO and founder resigned. Hours later, the trading company said there had been “unauthorized access” […]

The Thanksgiving Day newspaper will be p...

The US Postal Service does not operate on Thanksgiving Day, so The Peninsula Daily News will not be printed in print or delivered to your home on Thursdays. The usual large Thanksgiving edition will be published on Wednesday with a smaller online-only Thanksgiving Day article. […]

Murdoch v Trump: Rupert papers kick Dona...

Rupert Murdoch’s diaries are not subtle when it comes to political attacks. Over the past week, readers of his US headlines have been told that Donald Trump is ‘Trumpty Dumpty’, the ‘biggest loser’ in Republican politics, and the man who meant the ‘red wave’ won’t stop. had ever peaked in the US midterm elections. The […]

Laughs and long careers: Newspaper worke...

Staff photo/Bob Coupland R. Michael Semple, chief photographer, left; Burton Cole, editor and columnist, center; and Andy Gray, entertainment editor, all of Tribune Chronicle and The Vindicator, shared the stories of their careers as a journalist and photographer on Thursday during the “Evening with Andy, Burt and Mike” program at Kent State […]

A Musical Tribute to Elmont Veterans | ...

Job Thursday, November 17, 2022 2:12 p.m. Jerome “City” Smith performed in his second Veterans Day concert with his orchestral band, the City Sounds Ensemble. Tim Baker/Herald The City Sounds Ensemble performed a patriotic concert for Veterans Day at the Elmont Library. Tim Baker/Herald Jerome “City” Smith stole the show from the local veterans. Tim […]

What does journaling in the pen look lik...

A black man runs the oldest newspaper published in prison in North Carolina and he’s using his platform to inspire other inmates to believe there’s still life after prison, even if they’re serving time in prison. life. Phillip Vance Smith II is the editor of “The Nash News”. He is 21 years into his lifetime […]

‘She Said’ review: Lean newsroom drama c

Comment this story Comment StarSolidStarSolidStarSolidStarHalf(3.5 stars) The broad factual outlines of the story told in “She Said” are well known: in 2017, New York Times reporters Megan Twohey and Jodi Kantor published a series of explosive articles about film producer Harvey Weinstein, raising credible allegations that he engaged in serial sex acts. abuse and assault […]

Beware of Local News Sites That Are Not ...

When it comes to online news, it’s often the viewers’ responsibility to make sure what they’re seeing is real. But that is becoming increasingly difficult as local media struggle in many communities and new partisan networks of websites peddling questionable stories take their place. And these sites can be compelling. They have legit sounding names […]

What other newspapers are saying: The st...

The debate over the Biden administration’s college loan relief plan has obscured a larger and more important question: Why did college education become so expensive in the first place? It’s a complicated question that has many answers, but it’s a question anyone interested in real college debt reform should be asking. Biden’s plan […]

A teenager pays tribute to veterans at L...

CHRISTINE HARKINSON/The Sun: Preston Sharp, 17 (center), continued his trip across the country to honor those who served in the military at Lakeview Memorial Park in Cinnaminson, where he and members of the community held placed flowers and flags on veterans’ graves. November 9. Preston Sharp, 17, invited Burlington County residents to help him honor […]

BUCCANEERS RAISE TWO FROM TRAINING SQUAD

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers today raised the linebacker Ulysses Gilbert III (#57) cornerback Ryan Smith (#33) of the team’s practice squad for tomorrow’s Week 10 game against the Seattle Seahawks. It marks the first elevation of the season for both players. Gilbert III (6-0, 230) originally entered the league as a sixth-round selection (No. 207 […]

The latest news happening in Nigeria rig...

The country’s mainstream media and stakeholders, including civil society and non-media groups, will meet in Lagos on Monday to discuss an acceptable framework for regulating the media industry in the country. The Executive Secretary of the Newspaper Owners Association of Nigeria (NPAN), Feyi Smith, said so in a statement, a copy of which was obtained […]

King Charles will turn 74 on Monday

King Charles III will celebrate his 74th birthday on Monday November 14 and it will be his first as monarch. Before Charles became king, he sometimes spent his birthday on official tours abroad as Prince of Wales. He’s been known to celebrate his birthday abroad with a cake and this year it’s believed he’ll be […]

Honors and financial aid for newspaper c...

A newspaper carrier who rescued an elderly couple from a burning house in Taranto on Monday said the response to his actions “has been a little overwhelming”, as praise for his bravery pours in and people rally to help her recover from the losses she suffered in a car fire just two days before the […]

Opening of a newspaper exhibit at the Os...

A new Mitchell County Historical Society Museum exhibit will be unveiled in November, celebrating the county’s newspaper debut. Mary Blake of the Stacyville Memory Museum and Denis Boerjan of the Mitchell County Historical Society review early copies of The Herald, one of Stacyville’s earliest newspapers. PHOTO SUBMITTED According to the press release, Print on the […]

Atlanta family makes anonymous and altru...

Amy Zupancic and her sons Daniel, center, and Caleb. Over the past year, an Atlanta mother and her two sons have donated their kidneys to strangers, and all agree it’s the best thing they’ve ever done. The donors, Amy Parker Zupancic, and her sons Caleb, 29, and Daniel McCracken, 31, decided to give selflessly through […]

The North West newspaper returns digital...

Within the LGBTQ+ community, there are many flags that each represent a specific group of people within the community. Here’s what these five LGBTQ+ pride flags mean. The original pride flag was created by Gilbert Baker in 1978 and each color has a unique meaning. Hot pink for sex, red for life, orange for […]

Local newspapers need a lifeline: Facebo...

This is not a newsletter: local newspapers wither and die. News media revenues have fallen 80% since 2000, leading newsroom employment to fall from 71,000 to 31,000 in the United States since 2008. Today, 70 million Americans live in information deserts because 2,500 newspapers have been closed. When you list the reasons why it looks […]

Rental Plumbing Problems | Herald Commu...

By Monte Leper Q. We own an Airbnb upstate in an area that has septic tanks and occasionally a limited water supply, especially during droughts, so we turn off the taps between guests using the place. One of the guests complained that a toilet kept running and the plumbing made a high-pitched creaking noise. We […]

Woman charged with murder in Midtown sum...

Raissa Kengne (Courtesy of ODA) The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that the woman who shot and killed two men and injured a third in Midtown over the summer has been charged with murder by a Fulton County grand jury. Raissa Kengne, 34, was charged with two counts of murder, two counts of murder, five counts of […]

Vogt Notes: In the Newspaper Industry, C...

Wondering why your local election results aren’t on page 1 of this week’s print edition of Echo Journal? Rest assured, they will be in your printed newspaper on November 16. Just know that this edition will not arrive in your newspaper box as usual on Wednesday morning, November 16th. On the contrary, your newspaper will […]

Political parties, voting, trial against...

Review Editor’s Note: Star Tribune Opinion publishes letters readers online and in print every day. To contribute, click here. ••• I’m a lifelong Democrat, so don’t let the title of this letter to the editor fool you. But I just don’t understand why Democrats haven’t figured out how to send messages that will get them […]

Newspapers tremble in the face of the th...

Experts are sounding the alarm that a possible recession could threaten the beleaguered newspaper industry, whose two highest cost centers – labor and paper distribution – have soared to the aftermath of the pandemic. why is it important: A recession would create “an almost perfect storm for local news,” said Tim Franklin, senior associate dean […]

South Side overthrows Elmont, 27-21 | H...

A loss to Elmont in the Nassau Conference II football regular season finale on October 29 cost the South Side a chance to open the playoffs at home, but not a chance for redemption. The fifth-seeded Cyclones, led by junior quarterback Owen West, capitalized on a return trip to Elmont exactly a week later, winning […]

Austin American-Statesman Comment Recap:...

Houston Chronicle Op-ed from October 30, “Poll workers don’t despise poll watchers. They educate them.” Electoral judge Lauren Summerville, a Kingwood resident who has worked on elections in the Greenspoint area since 2018, told us she had already met with a poll watcher and a poll supervisor, both of whom came away better informed about […]

Baldwin dominates Freeport in playoff ba...

One of the best rivalries in Long Island high school sports added another chapter on Friday night with fifth-seeded Baldwin avenging a loss to Freeport a few weeks earlier with a 20-8 road win at a Nassau Conference I football playoff game. The Bruins, who had lost eight straight in a streak dating back to […]

Unimaginable world without newspapers | ...

We all grew up in a world with local newspapers. Although we probably don’t think much about it, it’s hard to imagine a world – or a community – without a local newspaper. It’s understandable that we take newspapers for granted simply because the local paper has always been a part of our lives, whether […]

Newspapers vs Social Media, the Bulletin...

They exercise a freedom of expression centered on current affairs. They are a business. From an editor’s perspective, the ideal scenario is first and foremost exercising freedom of speech related to news reporting and being a business right behind it. From a publisher’s perspective, the two are nearly identical, but the need to be financially […]

Fulton County announces sales tax agreem...

Sandy Springs City Councilman John Paulson discusses LOST at a towns meeting held at Roswell City Hall. (Photo by Bob Pepalis) After four months of negotiations, Fulton County and its 15 towns have reached an agreement on the distribution of Local Option Sales Tax (LOST) revenue over the next 10 years. The board of commissioners […]

Guide to Punk Foodie’s Underground Resta

Gödtoh brings burgers and heavy metal dogs to Sabbath Saturday. On the Punk Foodie underground restaurant schedule this weekend, you’ll find a total of 106 (and counting) underground foodie events with 69 ITPs and 37 OTPs. You can also break down the pop-ups by region: Decatur area, Westend area, West Midtown area, and various ITPs. […]

A decade after Sandy, officials want to ...

It has been a decade since Hurricane Sandy devastated Nassau County. Yet, instead of showing what could easily have been the worst times in many people’s lives, it instead showed their perseverance. “We’ve seen the best in people,” said Hempstead Councilman Anthony D’Esposito, who was chief of the Island Park Fire Department at the time. […]

Everett newspaper revokes candidate’s en

Clyde Shavers is running for a State House seat in the 10th Legislative District. Her father wrote a letter to the newspaper saying Shavers had made misleading statements. OLYMPIA, Wash. — The editorial board of the Everett Herald newspaper overturned the endorsement of a candidate for state legislature after the newspaper said it found “serious […]

Lindsey Graham loses bid to avoid Fulton...

The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday ordered U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham to testify before the Fulton County Special Grand Jury investigating former President Donald Trump’s attempts to void Georgia’s 2020 presidential election. The ruling overturned a temporary reprieve Associate Justice Clarence Thomas had granted Graham. Fulton District Attorney Fani Willis subpoenaed Graham to testify about […]

The Vikettes fight but fall to the Musta...

MOUNT VERNON — The happy pre-game warm-ups that included a game of Duck-Duck-Goose and a quick Macarena line dance were the first act in a scene that would end in tears and a whole lot of pride. The 15th-ranked Vinton-Shellsburg Vikettes saw their record-breaking season come to an end Tuesday night in the Class 3A […]

Ian Jack Obituary | Newspapers

Ian Jack’s last published work was a column in the Guardian on Saturday October 22, in which he spoke about what the BBC meant to his generation, born at or after the end of the Second World War. This meant, he said, a large amount, as the company’s broadcasts drilled into lives then lived almost […]

Rebel Wilson speaks out against newspape...

Rebel Wilson talks about an incident earlier this summer in which an Australian newspaper tried to expose his relationship with the designer ramona Agruma. It happened in June 2022, when the Sydney Morning Herald’s gossip columnist Andre Hornery contacted Wilson, giving him two days to comment on the relationship – which until then had remained […]

Read all about it – the logs, the commun

What is your first memory of a real newspaper? For me, I have this image in my grandfather’s head (JD Holman) reading the Ozark Star as a kid. I can imagine him in Dothan, Alabama, sitting by the fire, dogs at his feet, and telling me to turn down cartoons (usually Thundarr or Transformers back […]

Brookhaven proposes a budget of $33 mill...

The proposed 2023 general fund budget for the City of Brookhaven is approximately $33.1 million, down 25.8% from the revised 2022 general fund budget, according to city filings. Brookhaven City Manager Christian Sigman submitted the proposed budget to Brookhaven City Council for consideration at a meeting Oct. 25. According to a press release, the city […]

Northwest Colorado Museum Project Preser...

The Museum of Northwest Colorado is working to digitize newspaper archives from 1945 to 1982 in an effort to better preserve this period of local history and make the records more available for research. The museum houses over a century of original journals, containing local records of events and history often requested by different types […]

Man kidnapped and robbed while deliverin...

A man doing an early morning newspaper round was attacked and robbed from his car by three heavy drug users, one carrying a hammer, a court heard. The victim, a school deputy principal, was helping out on the rounds in Shildon when the nearly two-hour ordeal hit him on August 18. Durham Crown Court heard […]

Legal publications are owned by local ne...

By Mike Blinder Publisher of Editor & Publisher Magazine (E&P) and CEO (Chief Evangelist Officer) of its parent company, The Curated Experiences Group Most municipalities in the United States have laws requiring that all public notices be published by a third-party independent newspaper – a concept that dates back to the 1700s. This practice is […]

Crime concerns dominate Atlanta mayor’s

Mayor Andre Dickens, on the stage in front, addresses hundreds of people who attended his town hall in Buckhead on October 24. (Photos by Dyana Bagby) Crime was the main topic of discussion at an Oct. 24 town hall in Buckhead, where less than a year ago Atlanta pushed back against a Republican-backed movement seeking […]

Morganite Returns to the Charm City Spot...

By Ama Brown, Special at AFRO The cast of “The Lion in Winter” held its opening night on October 20. The intriguing story of the succession of kings will be presented at the Everyman Theater from October 18 to November 13. The play centers on King Henry, who is entering the “winter season” of his […]

Lady Pacer football season ends with reg...

– Advertising – Lady Pacer football season ends with regional loss to Providence A record-breaking season for Switzerland’s Lady Pacer County college football team ended on a soft note last Thursday, October 13, with a loss to No. 3-ranked Providence High School in the regional semifinals. The Lady Pacers went down 2-0 in a defensive […]

Czech central banker says inflation near...

PRAGUE (Reuters) – Czech inflation, while likely to remain high until the end of the year, is near its peak and is unlikely to rise much further before falling in 2023, member Karina Kubelkova said. of the central bank’s board of directors, in an interview to be published on Monday. Kubelkova, who joined the board […]

Newspapers scoop 20 awards at Maine pres...

Maine-OK Enterprises newspapers, Boothbay Register, Wiscasset Newspaper and Pen Bay Pilot, won 20 awards in the annual Maine Press Association Better Newspaper Contest at the MPA’s fall conference held Saturday, 22 October at the Atlantic Oceanside Hotel & Event Center in Bar. Port. Wiscasset reporter and deputy editor Susan Johns won eight awards – three […]

Why the UK Phone Hacking Scandal Still M...

Comment this story Comment Phone hacking is the scandal the UK just can’t seem to shake off. He is back in the headlines more than a decade after a wave of public anger led to the closure of the country’s best-selling Sunday newspaper, a year-long public inquiry and an overhaul of the regulations. Prince Harry, […]

PAC newspaper ad compares conservative A...

A local political action committee compares a handful of Anoka County conservative candidates to real-life war criminals and calls them ‘Hazzard County’s most wanted’, a reference to a TV comedy from 40 years ago . The so-called 763 PAC ran an ad in Friday’s Star Tribune featuring headshot photos of Anoka County leaders alongside photos […]

Eagle Archives, October 21, 1970: Stockb...

STOCKBRIDGE – The Stockbridge Library’s Historic Room has acquired a bound volume of an early 19th-century Stockbridge newspaper that an expert describes as “extremely rare”. It contains fascinating fact and fiction for the serious student as well as the simply curious. According to Mrs. Harold Pierce, curator of the library, the Political Atlas is the […]

American chaos plays out on the world st...

“The whole world is watching. The whole world is watching.”If you know American history, or if you remember it, “The whole world is watching!” is the unforgettable chant shouted by thousands of young Vietnam War protesters as they were gassed and beaten with batons by Chicago police at the 1968 Democratic National Convention in August.A […]

What to know as early voting begins in I...

Early voting begins Wednesday in Iowa for the Nov. 8 general election, in which Iowans will make their choices in races that include governor and U.S. senator. Iowans who want to vote by mail in this year’s election have until 5 p.m. Monday, Oct. 24 to request their ballot. This shorter application window is one […]

Georgia’s high respiratory disease rates

Masking over the past two years has slowed the spread of respiratory illnesses such as influenza and respiratory syncytial virus, or RSV, a common, highly contagious respiratory virus that typically causes mild cold-like symptoms. Most people recover in a week or two, but RSV can be serious, especially in infants and the elderly. RSV is […]

Editor fired: NYT readers want newspaper...

A former New York Times editor is speaking publicly for the first time about his dismissal from the nation’s leading newspaper and the paper’s editorial management in the current media environment. James Bennet, an opinion writer who was ousted from The Times following the publication of a controversial op-ed by Sen. Tom Cotton (R-Ark.), told […]

St. Paul’s Lutheran School students rais

WAVERLY – Students at St. Paul’s Lutheran School held their 17th annual Fun Walk on Wednesday, October 5 and were able to raise a total of $5,200 for the St. Paul’s School Fund. This event was also held as part of Iowa’s 12th Annual Healthiest Walk. The St. Paul’s School Fund and its committee are […]

Six resources to help you trace your roo...

By Tashi McQueen, AFRO political writer, Report for America Corps Member, [email protected] People have made powerful reconnections by “retracing their roots” over the years, but the process isn’t always straightforward. The information available can run the gamut from dense government documents to barely legible, handwritten notes on the back of a family photo. So where […]

Don’t fight Wilder, Nigerians beg Joshua

Boxing enthusiasts have warned British-Nigerian boxer, Anthony Joshua not to fight Deontay Wilder, following the American’s renewed interest in fighting him. It comes after Wilder’s spectacular triumphant comeback, knocking out Finland’s Robert Helenius in the first round of their fight on Saturday night. It was Wilder’s first fight in over a year, since suffering his […]

Sad and hopeful, a new photo project dep...

When you walked into the darkroom of the small town newspaper where I worked two decades ago, you could still smell the chemicals. While no one had used the darkroom recently, decades of fumes from photographic developers and fixers hung in the air. The red lights in the safe buzzed and dimly illuminated the enlargers. […]

Top 10 Stories From All Nigerian Newspap...

These top 10 stories across newspapers across the country might interest you. 1. Court declares that APC has no candidate for governor in Adamaoua for 2023 The Federal High Court in Yola, Adamawa state, on Friday nullified the All Progressives Congress (APC) gubernatorial primary election that produced Senator Aishatu Binani as the candidate for governor […]

Vikings edge out Jefferson and fall to C...

Getting one last meet before the playoffs start, Decorah’s swim and dive team had a strong performance Tuesday in a triangle with Cedar Falls and Cedar Rapids Jefferson in Cedar Falls. Decorah edged Cedar Rapids Jefferson 99 to 86 and fell to Cedar Falls 135 to 51. The Vikings won only one gold medal in […]

DRY TORTUGAS REOPENING TO VISITORS AFTER...

Dry Tortugas State Park was directly impacted by Hurricane Ian on September 27 as it passed about 70 miles from Key West, where the park includes historic Civil War-era Fort Jefferson, a lighthouse, parade grounds around the fort, beaches and generally crystal clear water for offshore fishing and snorkeling from the beach. Calling the damage […]

Readly signs Swedish newspaper Svenska D...

Easilythe European market leader in digital magazines, and Svenska Dagbladet, one of Sweden largest dailies, enter into an agreement to give Readly’s digital access for daily subscribers from October 13. So far this year, Readly’s portfolio of daily newspapers was enriched with more than 200 titles from publishers such as Axel Springer in Germany and […]

Beulah Ainley obituary | Newspapers and...

My mother, Beulah Ainley, who died at the age of 77, was a nurse-turned-journalist and an outspoken promoter of diversity in the media world, including championing the creation of the George Viner Memorial Fund, which provided scholarships to more than 150 students from ethnic minorities to undergo training in journalism. Born in Kingston, Jamaica, to […]

Supervisor Neil is a graduate of the Iow...

Bremer County Supervisor Timothy Neil became Iowa’s first certified Bremer County Supervisor. The Iowa State Association of County Supervisors (ISACS) honored its first class of Iowa County Certified Supervisors at a ceremony in Des Moines Aug. 25 held in conjunction with the Iowa Annual Conference State Association of Counties (ISAC). Tim served as Bremer County […]

What Other Newspapers Are Saying: Moment...

This academic year, the first fully open amid the COVID-19 pandemic and the first for a highly restructured system, is a major test for state universities operated by the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education. Enrollment at the 14 campuses fell by approximately 25%, from 120,000 in 2010-2011 to 89,000 for the 2021-2022 […]

Till debuts at the 2022 New York Film Fe...

by Dwight Brown, NNPA News Wire Film Critic “Hardly a moment goes by that I don’t think about Emmett and the lessons a son can teach a mother.” Quote from Grandma Till-Mobley. Emmett Till, a black teenager, was murdered by racists in Money, Mississippi on April 28e in 1955. Writer/Director Chinonye Chukwu (Clemency) and co-writers […]

Local Newspaper Collapse Helps Hackers S...

A vocal element of the GOP’s culture war is critical race theory, or CRT — a previously little-known area of ​​academic study examining the central role of racism in shaping our society. But lately, right-wing eccentrics have seized on the phrase, claiming the CRT is a left-wing mind control plot pushed by evil teachers. They […]

Top 10 Stories From All Nigerian Newspap...

These top 10 stories across newspapers across the country might interest you. 1. Again, Lawan rules out appeal of court ruling on CPA senatorial ticket Senate President Ahmed Lawan has reaffirmed his decision not to appeal the Federal High Court of Damaturu’s ruling, which recognized Bashir Machina as the All Progressives Congress (APC) candidate in […]

Local newspapers try mail delivery as dr...

The publisher of the Odessa American has had so much trouble finding workers to deliver the West Texas paper in recent years that at one point he took on the job himself. Earlier this year, Patrick Canty, the paper’s publisher for two decades, reduced the newspaper’s circulation from seven days a week to two and […]

Alberta newspapers oppose ‘insane’ EPR r

Breadcrumb Links New Local News Local company Company The purpose of the regulations is to shift the cost of packaging recycling from municipalities to producers Alberta community newspapers are bristling at new paper recycling regulations. Brent Lewin/Bloomberg Content of the article Community newspapers in Alberta are bristling with new recycling regulations that could increase their […]

Newspapers and journalists keep tabs on ...

Newspapers and journalists have had a difficult few years as they have been lumped in with those in the news business who have led too many to distrust the community-oriented work that our journalists do every day. For the men and women who work in the newsrooms of our state’s weekly and daily […]

The kind of “funny money” that helps… ch

Ldaughter is the best medicine. It can also be a great way to help raise money for charity. Helping Thru Humor, a nonprofit fundraising platform, is taping a comedy special live at Molloy University’s Madison Theater on Saturday, October 15, which will stream online to help raise money for charities with special needs statewide. This […]

The Iredell Library will host a program ...

Joel Reese Tuesday, May 10, 2022 struck me as a rather sad day in the history of Statesville. It was on May 10 that the last of the furniture and other packed items was moved out of the Statesville Record & Landmark building at 222 E. Broad St. The Record & Landmark had occupied the […]

Christ Keleba scores hat trick, breaks P...

BOYS SOCCER Plano 10, Yorkville Christian 0 Christ Keleba recorded a hat-trick with three goals and in doing so broke Plano’s single-season goalscoring record held by Alban Hoti with his 31st goal of the season. Davione Stamps added his 10th goal and Henry Trujillo had a goal and an assist and Kevin Romero, Jacob Esquieval […]

Op-Ed: Social Media Can Be Fun, But For ...

The following editorial is written by Al Cross, journalism professor and director of the Institute for Rural Journalism at the University of Kentucky. He was a weekly editor and manager, a political writer for the Louisville Courier Journal, and president of the Society of Professional Journalists. I love social media. They keep me in touch […]

The Humble Farmer: Unexpected Parallels ...

Two decades ago, if I wanted to write a column about dishwashers, I would ask my brother why he didn’t have one. More often than not, he said something interesting, unique, and fun. I would send it to the newspapers and my readers would think I wrote it. If he wasn’t home, I would visit […]

First on CBS News: Democratic Senate Cam...

The Democratic Senate campaign arm marks 100 days since the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade by running full-page ads in newspapers in ten Senate battleground states. It’s the latest push from Democratic campaign officials focused on abortion rights, which remains a major issue for voters as the 2022 midterm elections approach, less than 40 […]

Punk Foodies Underground Restaurant Guid...

Illegal Food at Sister Louisa’s Church has put these chili mapo cheese fries back on the menu all weekend. On the Punk Foodie Underground restaurant schedule this weekend, you’ll find a total of 100 (and counting) underground dining events with 62 ITPs and 38 OTPs. You can also break down the pop-ups by region: Decatur […]

Record Newspapers Football Preview Capsu...

Southwest Prairie West Oswego (2-3, 0-1) at Plainfield North (5-0, 1-0) When: 7 p.m. Friday Last match : Oswego 24, Plainfield North 17, 2OT (2021) About the Panthers: Oswego suffered an 18-8 loss to Minooka, a game that was tied in the fourth quarter. The Panthers, however, were plagued with nine penalties, had a punt […]

Hawk Eye Student Newspaper Celebrates 10...

Just over 10 years ago, the BPHS student newspaper went fully online and has been growing ever since. The BPHS student newspaper, Hawk Eye, was restored in 2011 when a new teacher, Mr John Allemang, became the advisor. “When I was hired, the newspaper was struggling and didn’t have an adviser, and they were looking […]

The new book is a love letter to local n...

Kenneth Tingley read the newspaper before his parents got there – first the funny, then the sports, then, growing up, the news. When his father brought home the New York Daily News each night, tucked into his lunchbox, “Anyday, I’d devour that.” Tingley grew up and became a journalist. When, in 1999, he became editor […]

Oswego East tweaks defensive scheme, sti...

Oswego East is a program that has always prided itself on defence. Head coach Tyson LeBlanc’s philosophy is to put his best athletes at quarterback, running back – and the rest on the defensive end. That continues to be the case this season – with a twist. Oswego East changed their defense structure from 3-4 […]

WILD THINGS: THE FIGHT OF MEMORY AGAINST...

A dickcissel, a migratory songbird recently seen in Key West. MARK HEDDEN / Weekly Keys Milan Kundera once wrote: “The struggle of man against power is the struggle of memory against oblivion. This line stuck with me for a long time. Maybe because I wrote an article in college about the novel it came from […]

Moorestown Music Collective Hosts Fundra...

Special for The Sun: Punk rock troubadour Gerry McGoldrick will headline the Moorestown Music Collective’s 2022 fundraiser at his home, the Moorestown Theater Company, on October 1. Moorestown Music Collective (MMC), a non-profit organization whose goal is to bring live musical performances to Main Street while promoting the township’s shopping districts, will hold its first […]

VSC considering some rematches | Herald...

Whether or not Valley Stream Central can turn the tide on a few of its AA-2 Nassau Conference rivals in the second half of the women’s soccer season will determine whether the Eagles put a banner on the wall this fall and qualify. for the Class AA playoffs. Central improved to a solid 5-2-1 with […]

Health Benefits of Flax Seeds – Punch Ne

I ate plantain peels for the first time and now i can say the taste is not bad at all. I was lucky enough to get it from a bunch of fresh cut plantain. It was crispy and I love the crunchy sound it gave while I chewed. How did you feel when you tasted […]

Is the print newspaper’s comic book page

Is this the beginning of the end for the comic book page printed daily in many American cities? Some cartoonists and readers fear such a trend as Lee Enterprises, an Iowa-based media company that owns nearly 80 daily newspapers, shifts to a “one-size-fits-all set of offerings” with its comic strips, puzzles and columns. tips, according […]

Newspapers urged to support Wisconsin vo...

It’s no secret that election misinformation is rampant. It’s an issue that has sparked distrust of elections, voting restrictions and a decline in public trust. It is up to election officials, civic groups and the media to oppose this threat. That’s why we encourage members to donate space to run a series of announcements aimed […]

CONCH BASEBALL COACH FINDS SWEET SPOT

Coach Ralph Henriquez offers Kilwins signature “Tuttles”, an addictive combination of chocolate, nuts and caramel. MANDY MILES / Weekly Keys Conch baseball coach Ralph Henriquez knows all about the sweet spot – on a baseball bat. He and his wife DeeDee Henriquez, who was our elected tax collector for 20 years, knew less of a […]

Kips Bay Decorator House open until Sept...

The Kips Bay Decorator Show House is now open to the public until September 25 and features the work of 24 designers. (LILY: Kips Bay Decorator House returns to Dallas) This year’s house is open for four days, as opposed to the originally scheduled one-month time frame. “While we’ve had some huge setbacks this year, […]

Iconic Indian newspapers The Hindu and b...

NNA | Updated: September 21, 2022 12:32 STI Chennai (Tamilnadu) [India]September 21 (ANI/PRNewswire): The Hindu Group’s flagship brands The Hindu and the business branch now have a new look.With more precise packaging, improved visual design, and user-friendly features, the redesign follows an all-new aesthetic.Hindu’s credible journalism, quality reporting and incisive analysis will remain intact, and […]

Isaiah Brown, Yorkville’s second fearles

Isaiah Brown has a trait that seems like a job requirement for someone who catches a dizzying pop with 11 angry opponents charging at you. Without fear. It’s an attitude that Yorkville coach Dan McGuire has noticed and loves about Brown, his second punt returner and receiver. McGuire was quick to point out Brown’s contributions […]

Newspaper review: Uhuru Kenyatta has spe...

On Tuesday, September 20, Kenyan newspapers widely reported the grand funeral of the British monarch, Queen Elizabeth II. Front page of Taifa Leo and Daily Nation newspapers. Photo: Screenshot by Taifa Leo, Nation.Source: UGC Newspapers also spoke of political intrigue in the National Assembly as MPs began a week-long induction ceremony. 1. The Star The […]

Clutch wins early for Hewlett | Herald ...

Jesse Corben didn’t hesitate to wait a few extra days to claim his first win as Hewlett boys’ football coach after 14 seasons as Nick Lacetera’s assistant.The Bulldogs beat neighbor rival Lawrence, 4-2, on the road in the A-Central Conference opener on Sept. 12, just over 24 hours after squandering a two-goal second-half lead at […]

Kenyan Newspaper Review, September 19: C...

National dailies on Monday September 19 highlighted events in the Kenya Kwanza Alliance as affiliated political parties jostle for positions in parliament and the executive. Front page of Taifa Leo and Daily Nation newspapers. Photo: Screenshot by Taifa Leo, Nation.Source: UGC The dailies also covered President William Ruto’s first trip abroad since coming to power, […]

Martha’s Vineyard newspaper lists 50 job

MARTHA’S VINEYARD, Mass.-While some locals have argued that the illegal aliens who have arrived on this wealthy island should go elsewhere since there will be no work for them with the summer rush, the local newspaper has listed 50 help ads in a recent issue, and the local supermarket chain is known to need help […]

The UMaine student newspaper has ceased ...

At 147, the Maine campus is one of the oldest continuously published newspapers in Maine, with only the Bates Student, Bowdoin Orient, and Lewiston Sun-Journal being older. But beginning this school year, the University of Maine student newspaper not only renamed itself Maine Campus Media, but also permanently ceased publication of its print edition. The […]

A journalist visits the students of Thom...

Photo courtesy of Victoria Stephens Students in Dr. Victoria Stephens Grade 5 English and Language Arts class at Thomas Crossroads Elementary School recently had a visit from a local reporter. Rebecca Leftwich of the Newnan Times-Herald spoke with students over three class periods, explaining her work and relating it to topics students are currently studying […]

1906 Atlanta Race Massacre Anniversary S...

Thousands of Atlantans plan to mark the anniversary of the Atlanta Race Massacre this Sunday. The goal is to gather 5,000 people around 500 tables across the city around the theme “Better Me, Better We, Better World” as part of the Equitable Dinners Atlanta initiative. Attendees will be encouraged to engage in conversations about systemic […]

Queen Elizabeth II funeral leads to BBC,...

Major UK broadcasters have engaged in a fierce confrontation with UK newspapers over the rights to live coverage of Queen Elizabeth II’s funeral, Deadline can reveal. The BBC produces the bulk of the funeral live stream and foots most of the bill, while ITV and Sky have also invested heavily in coverage. The newspapers, through […]

Squeegee Collaborative Hosts First Commu...

By Mylika Scatliffe, AFRO Women’s Health Writer, [email protected] The Squeegee Collaborative kicked off the next phase of the initiative with a community engagement session Sept. 13 at New Shiloh Baptist Church in Baltimore. Tense interactions between raclette workers and motorists have intensified in recent years. The recent grand jury indictment of a teenager accused of […]

Christ Keleba’s fourth hat-trick of the

BOYS SOCCER Plano 8, Coal City 2 Christ Keleba scored three goals for his fourth hat trick of the season and Santiago Cervantes broke the school record for assists for the season and now has 14 for the Reapers (8-4-1). Henry Trujillo added a goal and an assist. East Oswego 4, East Lincoln-Way 0 Wolves […]

Chattahoochee Trails appoints new CEO

The organization tasked with revitalizing the Chattahoochee Riverfront has a new leader at the helm. Kwanza Hall, a former congressman and Atlanta city councilman, has been named managing partner and CEO of Chattahoochee Trails. Chattahoochee Trails is a new organization dedicated to providing water harvesting and recreation opportunities along Atlanta’s underutilized Chattahoochee River. “I’ve always […]

Gail Dean announces her retirement from ...

Fulton County School Board member Gail Dean, who represents part of Sandy Springs, announced her retirement Sept. 23 after 22 years on the board. His retirement will be effective October 31, according to a statement from FCS. District 3 FCS Board Member Gail Dean. (FCS) “I would like to thank my fellow board members; we […]

Google faces £20bn claim for stripping n

Google is being sued for up to 25 billion euros (£21.6 billion) for depriving newspapers and internet bloggers of billions of pounds in advertising revenue. The Big Tech giant is facing class action lawsuits in the UK and the Netherlands for using its advertising technology to unfairly dismiss publishers while boosting ad revenue. The complaint […]

P&Z holds special meeting on McDonald’s

The Crestwood Planning and Zoning Commission held a special meeting to correct a staff-initiated error with the McDonald’s siding on August 30. The McDonald’s, 9915 Watson Road, was Missouri’s first location, built in 1959 along Route 66. It is currently undergoing renovations The error occurred when reviewing the plan for the main McDonald’s site in […]

MacArthur aims big with new coach | Her...

MacArthur’s women’s soccer team has kicked off a new era this season with a new head coach who will look to bring their longstanding success on the pitch to the pitch.Steve Costello, who has run the MacArthur baseball program since 1994, took over the Lady Generals after former longtime head coach Jamie San Filippo took […]

TOP 11 FAVORITE AND INFLUENTIAL WOMEN OF...

In light of this week’s WomenFest celebration here in the Florida Keys, we thought we’d take a break from our routine and offensive humor, and instead compile a Top 10 of our team members here at the Keys Weekly and Overseas. MediaGroup. We asked our colleagues in our three Keyswide offices about some of the […]

Kidnappers detain Kaduna’s nursing mothe

More than 50 days after the abduction, a nursing mother and her two sisters are still languishing in the terrorists’ den for failure to pay the demanded 50 million naira ransom. The family of the victims, while sounding the alarm over the incident in Kaduna on Sunday, told reporters that they had been traumatized following […]

Gunmen kidnap ex-PDP Plateau gov aspiran...

Gunmen abducted Chief Nengak Ropshak, the elder brother of a former People’s Democratic Party’s Plateau State gubernatorial candidate, Kefas Ropshak, alias Kefiano. It was learned that Elder Ropshak was abducted by gunmen who attacked his Rin community in the state’s Quaapan local government area on Saturday. Community residents who confirmed the attack told The PUNCH […]

Youth curfew announced for minors in Pri...

By Deborah Bailey, Contributing Editor, [email protected] Prince George’s County Executive Angela Alsobrooks announced a curfew for young people in Prince George’s County, following a deadly Labor Day weekend and one of the deadliest months for the county For years. On September 5, Prince George’s County implemented a curfew for under-17s from 10 p.m. to 5 […]

Centrica, owner of British Gas, will cap...

Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register Sep 10 (Reuters) – Britain’s biggest energy supplier Centrica (CNA.L) is considering a voluntary profit cap in a bid to cut household bills, The Guardian newspaper reported on Saturday, citing chief executive Chris O ‘Shea. O’Shea said he wanted British Gas owner Centrica to become the […]

Burlington County Offers Omicron-Specifi...

The Burlington County Health Department is launching new community vaccination clinics to bring COVID-19 shots back to local communities, including new bivalent boosters for old COVID-19 virus strains and newer variants of COVID-19. Omicron. New updated boosters from Pfizer and Moderna provide enhanced protection against BA.4 and BA.5 Omicron subvariants which are now the dominant […]