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Waverly Couple Receives Historic Preserv...

On May 14, 2022, the Waverly Historic Preservation Commission (WHPC) celebrated National Preservation Month by honoring three historic homes with a local award. Waverly Historic Preservation Award recipients include Randy and Karen Neuendorf, 321 1st Street SE. The award recognizes exterior improvements and renovations to buildings that are sensitive to the original architectural character. The […]

Nike does not renew its franchise agreem...

A customer is reflected in a shop window decorated with the logo of the Nike store in the Belaya Dacha outlet village outside Moscow, Russia, April 23, 2016. REUTERS/Grigory Dukor Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register May 25 (Reuters) – U.S. sportswear maker Nike (NKE.N) has not renewed deals with its biggest […]

NICC Board of Directors Welcomes New Mem...

Tuesday, May 24, 2022 8:57 AM The Northeast Iowa Community College Board of Trustees appointed Dean Sherman on May 16 to serve District 4. Sherman, from Manchester, replaces former trustee Kent Nelson who resigned last month. He will represent the Oelwein, Starmont and West Delaware school districts. Sherman’s term will expire in […]

Historic Preservation Award Given to Wav...

On May 14, the Waverly Historic Preservation Commission presented the Waverly Historic Preservation Award to Rod and Bonnie Drenkow for their incredible work on their historic home at 203 6th Street NW her in Waverly. To be eligible for a Waverly Historic Preservation Award, a property must be at least fifty years old and within […]

Headlines: Parallel Polls, Violence Mark...

The aftermath of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) primaries for the House of Representatives and state assemblies dominated the front pages of Nigerian newspapers. The Punch reports that All Progressives Congress (APC) chapters in Rivers, Oyo, Benue and Sokoto are currently facing crises stemming from last week’s election of delegates to the gubernatorial primaries. The […]

Atlanta Community Food Bank Receives $29...

Courtesy of Atlanta Community Food Bank The Atlanta Community Food Bank is set to receive a $29 million grant to help deal with the negative impact caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Governor Brian Kemp announced this week that a total of $415 million would be awarded to nonprofits, government organizations and local businesses to help […]

APC to reconcile Tinubu, Oshiomhole and ...

The National Working Committee of the All Progressives Congress said on Saturday there are plans to reconcile aggrieved aspirants after presidential, gubernatorial, senate and House of Representatives tickets were secured in the primaries from May 26 to 30. It was even while the APC remained optimistic that the respective camp of party aspirants remained calm […]

Old Newspaper Adds to Kump Family Histor...

While preparing for the June 25-26 open house at the Kump Center, my sister Scottie Wiest and I went up to her attic and found Kump family albums and a 1992 Weekender Hampshire County edition. On the front page is an 8 X 10 photo of Governor HG Kump next to his brother […]

“Wings of the City” exhibit begins at Br

Brookhaven officially unveiled the ‘Wings of the City’ sculpture exhibit to residents yesterday at a ribbon-cutting ceremony. The “Wings of the City” exhibition includes nine sculptures by contemporary Mexican artist Jorge Marín. Brookhaven City Council approved the display and locations of the sculptures at a March 22 meeting. The city officially inaugurated the exhibition during […]

Money Talk: Starting a Business

Thinking of starting a company? Here are 5 things to consider More and more people are choosing to become entrepreneurs and forge their own path in the pandemic. In fact, one million more new business applications were filed in 2021 than in 2020 – the highest total on record – according to the US Census […]

Why do we need newspapers | News, Sport...

EDITOR: Good day to those who bought this newspaper. I don’t know why you personally buy and read the newspaper, but I encourage you to go further and encourage your friends and family to do the same. Perhaps you could pass on your copy for a short time while enticing them to purchase […]

April 2022 was colder and drier than ave...

Wednesday, May 18, 2022 11:37 a.m. Rain falls over Allamakee County in April. (Driftless multimedia photo by Samantha Ludeking) According to Decorah weather statistician Richard Bernatz, April 2022 was colder and drier than historical averages. There were 20 days last month with below-average high temperature, with the average temperature being 43.8 […]

8 activists arrested protesting proposed...

A rendering of the proposed training facility. (Courtesy of the Atlanta Police Foundation) Atlanta police say eight activists protesting the controversial DeKalb County Police and Fire Training Center were arrested on May 17 and face charges ranging from criminal trespassing to obstruction law enforcement. State and federal law enforcement officials are also involved in the […]

Midwestern newspaper editorial slams ‘po

An op-ed published Sunday in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch warns that the public may soon ignore Supreme Court rulings and view the justices as “little more than black-robed political hacks.” The politicization of the court is no longer something judges can hide, the newspaper notes. “The last three on the bench misled members of Congress […]

Carey qualifies for the baseball playoff...

Carey senior Teagan Graham’s numbers this spring were enough to earn him the Nassau Conference A2 Offensive Player of the Year award. However, they might prove less persuasive when voting for their team’s most valuable player award – a situation that explains why the Seahawks were named the No. 5 seed, among 15 teams, in […]

Editorial: A note from the unofficial co...

County Legislator Al Krupski speaks at a press conference. (Credit: Office of Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone) For most newspaper readers, the legal disclaimer isn’t exactly the first page they turn to. A savvy reader, however, might recognize just how valuable they are. For all those giant globs of text that are lacking in prose […]

Wordle 330 May 15: Wordle Word Clues and...

Wordle has taken the world by storm, and if you haven’t given in to the daily game, we can guarantee you’ve seen the elusive squares all over social media. The game uses the same rules as Scrabble, where only real words are allowed in both the guesses and the outcome. If you get a letter […]

Lots of souvenirs in the old newspaper b...

We learned last week that the building where I spent a good part of my youth was finally about to be refurbished. Soon, the Portales News-Tribune building will house an insurance company. Once we moved to town in 1970, I figured I needed a job, and the only thing available for a young man was […]

Democrats call for vote to codify aborti...

By Stacy M. Brown, NNPA Newswire Senior National Correspondent @StacyBrownMedia Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-NY) announced plans to vote on legislation to codify abortion rights law on May 3. Schumer said a vote on such legislation “is not an abstract exercise.” “It’s as urgent and real as it gets,” Schumer said. “We will vote […]

Top Nigerian Newspaper Headlines for Tod...

Hello Nigeria, welcome to Naija News’ roundup of top newspaper headlines in Nigeria for today, Friday 13th May 2022 President Muhammadu Buhari has finally expressed concern over the prolonged strike by the University Academic Staff Union, ASUU. Naija News recalls that ASUU embarked on a month-long warning strike in early February over the failure of […]

Russia could cut gas supply to Finland o...

A model of the gas pipeline is seen in front of the colors of the Finnish and Russian flags displayed in this illustration taken April 26, 2022. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration/File Photo Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register HELSINKI, May 12 (Reuters) – Finland’s top politicians have been warned that Russia may suspend gas […]

CHARLIE CRIST CAMPAIGNS FOR GOVERNOR IN ...

Democratic gubernatorial candidate Charlie Crist talks to Florida Keys Democrats during a campaign stop May 9 at Sally O’Brien’s Irish pub. MANDY MILES / Weekly Keys Charlie Crist ordered a Miller Lite and rolled up his sleeves at a Key West bar, enlisting local voters in his effort to “get rid of the clown we […]

Newspapers praise Charles and Johnson’s

Wednesday’s front pages drew a collective sigh of embarrassment on social media. The newspapers are led by the Prince of Wales who replaces the Queen in a historic opening of Parliament and the government pledges to introduce new measures to tackle the cost of living crisis. The sun splashed Charles as he stood in for […]

Schneps Media newspapers win big in 2021...

Schneps Media – the parent company of more than 70 publications in New York, Long Island, Westchester County, Philadelphia and Florida – is proud to announce that its editors, reporters, photographers, graphic designers, web developers and sales team have won 36 awards in the 2021 New York Press Association Better Newspaper competition. The annual awards, […]

Sewage tests show lots of COVID; the fu...

Indy Digest: May 9, 2022 Journalism and the state of the newspaper industry have been on my mind a lot lately. Yeah, yeah: As you’d expect, journalism is usually on my mind; I am a publisher and editor of a newspaper, after all. But it’s still more on my mind, thanks to various events. Going […]

Review of daily front pages of Nigerian ...

Naija News examines the major events making the headlines in Nigeria’s national newspapers today Monday, May 9, 2022. The punch: The Governor of the Central Bank of Nigeria, Mr Godwin Emefiele’s alleged involvement in politics on Sunday drew stronger condemnations, with senior lawyers and other prominent Nigerians calling for his immediate resignation. The Guardian: After […]

Davido celebrates his daughter’s fifth b

Famous Nigerian singer David Adeleke, better known as Davido, celebrated his second daughter, Hailey, on her fifth birthday on Sunday. Sharing photos of the celebrant on his Instagram page, Davido showered prayers on him. While expressing his love for Hailey, he also called her his twin. He wrote, “Happy birthday to my darling daughter, Hailey […]

IK Osakioduwa Hosts AMVCA 2022 Opening G...

Popular Nigerian media personality, IK Osakioduwa is the host of Africa Magic Viewers Choice Awards Opening Night Gala, currently underway Saturday night. The opening gala officially marks the eight-day series of activities leading up to the awards night scheduled for Saturday, May 14, 2022. IK Osakioduwa has hosted the show in previous editions and will […]

ZACHARY: Local newspapers provide trustw...

Your local newspaper is trustworthy. Of course, that doesn’t mean he’s perfect or that he never makes mistakes. How do you know who to trust when it comes to news and information? Trust is the currency of a legitimate news source. Reliability consists of accurate reporting, paying attention to detail and adhering to the highest […]

Magazines set their sights on newspapers...

The News Media Alliance gained momentum on Friday in its long struggle for bargaining power with platforms as its merger with MPA – The Association of Magazine Media was endorsed by members of both groups. Industries that once seemed distinct in terms of format, content, frequency and distribution have become much more similar in the […]

Labor and Birth – “Nobody Feels Forgotte

As a nurse on the Zayed 8 labor and delivery unit at Johns Hopkins Hospital, Nikki Bellamy worried that sick mothers and babies sometimes waited too long to see a nurse or doctor. . “When we were particularly busy, we had patients sitting in the waiting room for eight hours without seeing a healthcare professional,” […]

Review of daily front pages of Nigerian ...

Naija News examines the major events making the headlines in Nigeria’s national newspapers today Thursday, May 5, 2022. The punch: In a bid to ensure the South produces the next president, Southeast and Southwest leaders are expected to meet separately on Thursday and Friday, The PUNCH has learned The Guardian: Ahead of next week’s deadline […]

What Other Newspapers Are Saying: Make B...

When a busy Pittsburgh bridge collapsed Jan. 28 into a ravine, taking several cars and a transit bus for the ride, it put an exclamation mark on well-known bridge problems in the city. national scale. But how bad are individual bridges? Don’t ask, at least in Pennsylvania. The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette recently created a […]

Levee System Construction flooded with n...

Construction of the flood protection system for Orange County will create 5,000 to 10,000 jobs, with the project expected to include moving more than five million cubic feet of earth, enough to fill the Astrodome three times. The money is now in place and construction should start in 2024. The whole project should be finished […]

Russian newspaper turns to Samizdat to r...

At around 5 a.m. on Sunday, March 6, an email arrived in the inbox of the Zvezda online newspaper in the Ural region city of Perm. “We didn’t immediately notice Roskomnadzor’s letter,” Zvezda editor-in-chief Stepan Khlopov said, referring to Russia’s media monitoring agency. The message contained an order to remove “prohibited content”, but did not […]

New York Press Association’s Better News

This nighttime photo of the village of Greenport taken by Shelter Island photographer Eleanor P. Labrozzi won top honors in the fine art photo category. (Credit: Eleanor P. Labrozzi) Times Review Media Group, publisher of Riverhead News-Review, won nearly two dozen awards from the New York Press Association’s Better Newspaper competition this weekend, including a […]

ONE GRIND IN THE SPOTLIGHT OF KEY LARGO ...

One Grind in Key Largo offers seating to enjoy coffee or breakfast in the morning. ADRIANA ABREU / Weekly Keys By Adriana Abreu If there’s one thing people love, it’s a good food truck. The one in Key Largo called One Grind specializes primarily in breakfast, offering a variety of artisanal gourmet coffees and teas […]

Why the PDP might lose the 2023 presiden...

A former aide to former President Goodluck Jonathan, Reno Omokri, on Sunday advised the People’s Democratic Party to field a northern candidate to win the 2023 presidency. In a series of tweets, the socio-political activist said the president, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retired), would hand over the North to any candidate from the South in […]

Grantwood plans to change siding rules –

Grantwood Village may add more siding choices to its town code after the board discussed a possible change on April 19. Currently, the village only allows exterior brick, stone, or stucco with permitted siding on the ends of the roof. The change, proposed by Building Commissioner Kurt Voss, would add “fiber cement/toughboard” cladding to new […]

Maryland gubernatorial candidate’s finan

By STEPHEN NEUKAM, Capital News Service ANNAPOLIS — Democratic gubernatorial candidate Wes Moore has a cannabis-related conundrum. In 2018, Moore received more than $1.6 million in stock in a marijuana company that does major business in Maryland and served on its board while a candidate. His connection to Chicago-based Green Thumb Industries (GTI), one of […]

Community Service Nonprofits Return to S...

The Community Assistance Center (CAC), LaAmistad and Los Niños Primeros made their return on April 27 south of Sandy Springs to the same location near Northwood Drive but in a brand new building. The three nonprofits have worked with the developer of the building at 120 Northwood Drive to secure space for them on the […]

News briefs: collaboration with the medi...

Left to right: Gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams, Li Wong of Georgia Asian Times, Janis Ware of The Atlanta Voice and Rene Alegria of Mundo Hispanico. (Photo by Keith Pepper) The newly formed Ethical Media Collaboration — a partnership between Mundo Hispanico, Georgia Asian Times and The Atlanta Voice — hosted an inaugural event Thursday hosting […]

Davis Broadcasting, Courier Eco Latino N...

COLUMBUS, Ga. (WTVM) — As Election Day approaches in Columbus, voters have the opportunity to hear from the city and state candidate. Tonight they heard more candidates running for Georgia State Representative, District 140. Veterans aid, financial literacy and crime were some of the burning issues at Wednesday night’s policy forum. Candidates Teddy Reese and […]

CHaRM collects 1 million pounds of recyc...

Live Thrive’s Center for Hard-to-Recycle Materials (CHaRM) celebrated its £1 million pledge to the Earth on Earth Day. The challenge began in January with the goal of raising 1 million pounds of materials to reuse/recycle/rebuild in time for the annual Earth Day celebration. By April 15, the center had surpassed its goal of more than […]

Top Nigerian Newspaper Headlines for Tod...

Hello Nigeria, welcome to Naija News’ roundup of top newspaper headlines in Nigeria for today, Wednesday 27th April 2022 A former Imo state governor and presidential candidate, Senator Rochas Okorocha, said no one in the All Progressives Congress (APC) knows President Muhammadu Buhari’s preferred candidate. Okorocha made this known on Tuesday while speaking on a […]

Chicago Reader owner quits amid employee...

Chicago Reader co-owner Len Goodman and three board members resigned on Tuesday amid employee protests, freeing up the beleaguered alternative newspaper to transition to a nonprofit. The reader has been stuck in limbo since December, when a planned transition to a nonprofit model was delayed due to concerns over alleged censorship of an opinion piece […]

County Legislature Approves Barrett Plan...

Despite a protest at the Long Island Power Authority headquarters on Earle Ovington Boulevard on April 21, the Nassau County Legislature voted Monday afternoon to approve the settlement between the county and the utility regarding taxes at the EF power plant Barrett at Island Park. Hempstead Councilman Anthony D’Esposito, former U.S. Senator Al D’Amato and […]

What other newspapers are saying: Cut th...

Our execution did not match our intent. Period. Apologies and explanations only serve to inform necessary corrections, and quickly. Some refugees from Afghanistan who have escaped death threats for helping the U.S. military have come to the Des Moines area only to be unable to access food, jobs, or school or make long-term […]

Richard Rose ponders the future of newsp...

Some of society’s most familiar institutions live on the boundary between being profitable businesses and wards of the community. Think arts organizations and minor league sports franchises. The strongest do well. The rest is subsidized by local leaders’ correct assessment that having a hockey team or a symphony makes any town a richer and more […]

Mayor Announces Launch of Guaranteed Inc...

By Nicole D. Batey, Special at AFRO Mayor Brandon M. Scott, local officials and strategic partners, stood outside the War Memorial Building on April 20 to announce the Baltimore Young Families Success Fund (BYFSF), the Mayor’s guaranteed income pilot program. The BYFSF will provide 200 young parents, ages 18 to 24, with an unconditional cash […]

BREAKING: Lagos government reopens Chris...

The Lagos State government has ordered the reopening of all schools in Chrisland due to controversies surrounding an immoral act committed by some students at the school. This was in a press statement by the Lagos State Commissioner for Education, Ms. Folasade Adefisayo, made available to The punch early Saturday morning. The punch had reported […]

Remembering Roy E Kuehn | Obituaries –

Our obituaries are constantly updated and fully searchable. If you would like to submit a listing to appear, please visit our obituaries form. November 15, 1921 – January 2, 2022 Burial date: March 26, 2022 Roy E. Kuehn, 100, died Jan. 2 at his home in Arnold. He was born on November 15, 1921 in […]

The first Filipino culinary festival wil...

his pork adobo sanwit (sandwich) from Baolicious will be just one of many chef’s dishes at Atlanta’s first Filipino Food Festival in Decatur this Saturday Filipino food lovers, rejoice! The first annual Filipino Food Festival is taking place this Saturday, April 23 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Decatur in front of Waller’s Coffee […]

Remembering a “down-to-earth icon” | He

Jules Rabin, WWII veteran and highly respected leader of the Valley Stream and the local Jewish community, died on January 10, 2022 of natural causes. He was 94 years old. Rabin was among the last members of the larger generation residing in the village, having lived through the Great Depression. He graduated from Clear Stream […]

Top Nigerian Newspaper Headlines for Tod...

Hello Nigeria, welcome to Naija News’ roundup of top newspaper headlines in Nigeria for today, Thursday 21st April 2022 President Muhammadu Buhari has advised all members of the All Progressives Congress (APC) to abide by all applicable laws, rules and regulations guiding the party. The Nigerian leader urged ruling party members to follow due process […]

Lindbergh Sworn in to Board Members, Mil...

Photo by Beth Johnston Christy Watz is sworn in to Jennifer Miller and Julia Voss at the Lindbergh Board of Education. The Lindbergh Board of Education swore in new member Julia Voss, returning member Jennifer Miller and elected its officers at a meeting on April 12. Voss and incumbent Miller won the two vacant board […]

Industry newspapers to pay tribute to Zu...

By Adedapo Adesanya President Muhammadu Buhari has been advised by the Socio-Economic Rights and Accountability Project (SERAP) to review and withdraw the pardon granted to former Governors of Plateau and Taraba States, Mr. Joshua Dariye and Mr. Jolly respectively Nyame, who were imprisoned by the court. for corruption. SERAP also urges him to “propose a […]

Book review: “The Newspaper Axis” by Kat

Western democracies ignored the threat of Adolf Hitler and appeased him in the 1930s for many reasons. In this timely book, Olmsted focuses on the role played by the six most powerful media moguls in the UK and the US, whose combined newspapers reached the majority of readers in their countries every day. All rejected […]

Jobs can provide unnecessary stress for ...

For the editor: My name is Katelyn Gendron and I am a student at Lindbergh High School. Last semester, in my Human Anatomy and Physiology class, my partner Adriana Spangler and I studied the effects of high school work on a student’s overall health. After careful investigation, we have concluded that while employment can potentially […]

NDLEA busts cocaine cartels and arrests ...

National Drug Enforcement Agency agents foiled attempts by Brazil-based drug cartels to smuggle large consignments of cocaine into Nigeria through three major international airports in Port Harcourt, Abuja and Lagos, which which led to the arrest of seven traffickers. This was revealed by NDLEA spokesperson Femi Babafemi in a statement on Sunday. Babafemi said three […]

William and Kate lead the royal family a...

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge joined other members of the Royal Family for the annual Easter Sunday service. William and Kate were accompanied by their children Prince George and Princess Charlotte as they stepped out into the spring sunshine for the event at St George’s Chapel, Windsor Castle. The Queen, who has had mobility […]

Create a lasting legacy for your family

By Tony Davis, Esq., Special at AFRO We certainly live in exciting times. Achieving wealth for ourselves and our families is no longer seen as an unattainable dream. Many people progress in their careers, become entrepreneurs and create multiple sources of income. This translates to incredible financial wealth, regardless of age or formal education. Now […]

Major newspapers miss the mark with patc...

USA Today rewrites recent history to outrage the Biden family In a strange coincidence, USA Today also published a profile of Valerie Biden Owens, the president’s sister, on Sunday, which appeared on the front page of Monday’s print edition under the headline, “President’s Sister Defends ‘Joey,’ Hunter “. “Never since John F. Kennedy has a […]

KEY WEST CONCH BASEBALL BEAT MARATHON DO...

By Caroline Smith Over the weekend, the Key West Conchs faced off against the West Broward Bobcats. It was a losing battle for the Conques. Friday night, the Conchs were untouched and were shut out 2-0 by the Bobcats. Andris Barroso was on the mound for the Conchs, allowing just three hits and one earned […]

Malvernite serves animals | Herald Comm...

When protests led by John DiLeonardo interrupted Long Island performances by the Cole Bros. Circus 10 years ago, the Malverne native thought his animal rights activism had reached its peak. But it was just beginning. DiLeonardo, 34, the founder of Long Island Orchestrating for Nature, or LION, was a lifelong Malvernite before moving to Riverhead […]

W-SR inaugurates new schools on May 11 |...

The Waverly-Shell Rock School District is continuing construction of two new elementary buildings. The groundbreaking is scheduled for May 11. After gathering feedback from stakeholders, Invision Architects, the Waterloo-based firm responsible for the project, now has its sights set on the Shell Rock Elementary and High School renovation projects. The board approved a required contract […]

Swing Clubs Trojans in Guttenberg

Wednesday, April 13, 2022 12:01 PM Garrett Kurtenbach The Turkey Valley golf teams finally kicked off their 2022 golf season on Monday, April 11 at Guttenberg Golf and Country Club.“We used this first game of the season as a good barometer to see where we are at the start of the […]

‘Liars and offenders’: What the newspape

Predictably, there is polarity in today’s newspaper coverage of Boris Johnson and Rishi Sunak among those who received a fixed fine notice for Partygate. ‘PM: I broke my own law but I refuse to go’, with Johnson and Sunak side by side, headlines Guardian. The Guardian’s front page on Wednesday “Runned by liars and outlaws” […]

Newspaper Headlines: Insurgents Demand R...

Violent attacks in some communities in Plateau State and reports on the 2023 presidential election have dominated the front pages of Nigerian newspapers. The Punch reports that groups loyal to former Lagos governor Bola Tinubu and vice president Yemi Osinbajo have clashed over the two politicians’ presidential ambitions. The newspaper says the bandits who attacked […]

The great W-SR march presents the theme,...

Owhat is the distance from here to the moon and back? It depends on where “here” is and how you plan to measure it. For Waverly-Shell Rock ballgoers, the distance was measured by a lap in the gymnasium as family and friends watched beamingly. The lyric line carried the 2022 prom theme on Saturday night. […]

KEY WEST POLICE AND FIRE FIGHTERS AUTISM...

Key West Police and Fire Department kicked off National Autism Awareness Month with a colorful rally raising awareness of all things: blue badges, puzzle patches, race cars and even awareness horse blankets to autism. The departments are proud to support the Autism Society of the Keys (ASK) to help advocate, educate and support their mission […]

Support Your Hometown Newspaper – Colora

A few bags were packed. The family members waited patiently to be told whether or not we should evacuate. And there I was sitting at my desk working as the clock struck 9 p.m., checking social media, keeping an eye out for news from authorities on that dark evening of December 30 as the Marshall […]

IN PICTURES: 41ST RACE ON THE 7-MILE BRI...

For the first time in three years, a full field of 1,500 runners pounded the pavement before sunrise in Marathon’s 41st annual Seven Mile Bridge Race on April 2. An early start and overcast skies for the first 40 minutes of the race provided temporary relief for runners. battling otherwise hot and humid conditions to […]

Louisiana teacher launches now-preserved...

By LEIGH GUIDRY, The Daily Advertiser NEW IBERIA, La. (AP) — In 1985, Elaine Campbell was teaching English at New Iberia Senior Daytime High and going straight to her second job as a store clerk at the North Gate Mall in Lafayette after the last bell. She had a family and an overfull plate, but […]

Supervisors Pass 2023 County Budget

Friday, April 8, 2022 12:14 PM The Winneshiek County Board of Supervisors unanimously passed the 2023 budget on Monday, March 28 following a 9:30 a.m. public hearing and discussion of the proposed numbers. The discussion of budget numbers touched on the historical maximum tax levy rates, which will remain constant at 8.64 […]

Central High athletes hold conference at...

Members of Central High School’s Athletes Helping Athletes (AHA) gave a talk to Wheeler Avenue sixth graders about how sports can serve as a vehicle for positive personal development, ultimately helping athletes make wiser choices , on and off the field. During their last visit last month, club members were assigned a Wheeler class to […]

Even with a raise, the newspaper is stil...

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Norwood Park resident celebrates 100th b...

Helen Baran celebrates her 100th birthday with some friends and family. by JASON MEREL Longtime Norwood Park resident Helen Baran celebrated her 100th birthday on April 2 and reflected on 70 years of living in the North West “I have to say I’ve had a great life,” she said. “You know, we are all miserable […]

Accessible Weekly Learning Activities: B...

Every Wednesday, we shine the spotlight on five student activities that support a wide range of learners. In this week’s roundup of accessible activities, we invite students to reflect on athletes coming out of retirement, learn how to make poetry with the journal, reflect on a photograph from the recent confirmation hearings of the Supreme […]

Online access to Arlington newspapers fr...

Researching local history just got easier in Arlington. Thanks to a gift from local historian Richard A. Duffy to the Arlington Libraries Foundation, The Arlington Lawyer and other Arlington newspapers dating from 1871 to 2005 have been digitized. The Historical Arlington Newspapers online resource is available at robbinslibrary.org and includes searchable full-page scans with photos […]

Georgia lawmakers send $30.2 billion bud...

The General Assembly gave its final vote Monday night to a $30.2 billion state budget that includes pay raises for state employees and Georgia teachers. In the final hour of this year’s legislative session, the Georgia House of Representatives passed the 160-5 spending plan for fiscal year 2023. The state Senate had unanimously passed the […]

Fentanyl Overdoses Are Rising in the Sta...

Illegal drugs containing fentanyl have recently caused a wave of overdoses in Georgia, according to state health officials. In the past two months, at least 66 visits to state emergency rooms have involved the use of cocaine, methamphetamines, counterfeit pills or other drugs likely containing fentanyl, a dangerous synthetic opioid that can be up to […]

Suspected Cultist Kills Father for Sleep...

The Ogun State Police Command said on Saturday it arrested a 27-year-old man, Sikiru Ibrahim, who killed his father with an ax for waking him from his sleep. It was learned that the trouble started when the deceased, Mumuni Ibrahim, a guard, returned from work on Wednesday morning and met his sleeping son. The late […]

Kloss Furniture moves into former Schnuc...

Photo by Bill Milligan The Green Park Shop ‘n Save, one of the area’s Shop ‘n Saves which was converted to Schnucks in 2018. The Green Park Board of Aldermen approved a signage plan for Kloss Furniture on March 21. Kloss will move into the old Schnucks at 5780 S. Lindbergh Blvd. The location was […]

Baltimore Tax Expert Helps Clients Impro...

By Megan Sayles, AFRO Business Writer, Report for America Corps Member, [email protected] At one point, Baltimore native Andrea Scott was paying a small fortune to mainstream companies to handle her tax preparation. Now, she’s a tax and finance expert who owns Brownstone Tax and Financial Services, which offers more affordable options for tax preparation, bankruptcy […]

Late scoops: Why 2 major newspapers are ...

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! It’s taken 16 months, but the Washington Post and New York Times are finally starting to aggressively report on the president’s son. What took so long? It’s unclear, and neither newspaper explained exactly why — or admitted any error in judgment in downplaying Hunter Biden’s allegations in […]

Lawrence Middle School roars with ‘The L

The Lawrence Middle School Drama Club presented two shows of “The Lion King Kids,” based on the 1994 Disney animated musical film and the musical adopted by Broadway. The children’s version included the identical storyline in a condensed form. “I am incredibly proud of the students at Drama Club,” Principal Willis Perry said in a […]

BOOK REVIEW: HISTORY OF ART, MYSTERY AND...

woman on fireBy Lisa Barr After finishing his studies in journalism, Jules Roth intrigues in the offices of the newspaper of Dan Mansfield, renowned investigative journalist. Dan is impressed with Jules’ common sense and gives him a chance to help him with a private matter he’s researching for his close friend, designer Ellis Baum. They […]

Daily Sentinel and Seaton Newspapers Don...

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Pop-up radio station opens April 1 on Be...

A rendering of the A/V radio station along the Eastside Atlanta BeltLine trail. A/V Radio – an off-grid independent radio station, is scheduled to open April 1 on the Atlanta BeltLine Eastside Trail. Managed and curated by Ree de la Vega and produced by Dash.Studio, the station is set to broadcast worldwide through June 30 […]

The Russian newspaper Novaya Gazeta susp...

“It’s the disappearance of the last independent publication that hadn’t been blocked yet,” said Andrei Kolesnikov, political analyst at the Carnegie Moscow Center and former editor of the newspaper, calling it “a huge loss for the audience Internet giant and a disaster for the newspaper’s fans who read it on paper. The story continues under […]

Newspaper headlines: Bread prices could ...

Reports on the aftermath of Saturday’s national convention of the All Progressives Congress (APC) dominated the front pages of Nigerian newspapers. The Punch reports that the APC has inaugurated an appeal committee to consider concerns about the party’s national convention. Bakers under the umbrella of the Premium Bread Makers Association of Nigeria lamented rising energy […]

General Assembly passes ban on mask mand...

Georgia school officials will not be allowed to require a student to wear a mask if their parents object under legislation that was passed by the state House of Representatives on Friday. Photo by DS stories on Pexels.com The bill, which cleared the Republican-controlled chamber 93-52 along party lines, was introduced on behalf of Governor […]

Build(Her) Day elevates businesswomen

By Lisa Brown, Special at AFRO Build (Her) 2022 by Halcyon started with coffee and smiles. The lineup for the event was filled with diverse women who are who are who in the business world. From health disparities to technology to angel investors, the conversations were robust, fast-paced panels that left time and space for […]

Alele-Williams gave UNIBEN sanity, Obase...

The Governor of Edo State, Mr. Godwin Obaseki, mourned the renowned mathematician and former Vice Chancellor of the University of Benin, Prof. Grace Alele-Williams. The governor, in a statement, described Alele-Williams as an amazon, who walked where others feared, hailing her unparalleled dedication to national development. Obaseki noted that Alele-Williams gave UNIBEN sanity. He said: […]

Stay agile at any age

By Black Health Matters You may have already noticed some of the signs. Maybe when you get up in the morning you are stiffer than before. Or your knees get sore after sitting down for a while. Over time, everyone’s body ages and shows signs of natural wear and tear. Regular exercise helps delay the […]

The anonymous survey comes from Alliant

Thursday, March 24, 2022 6:25 PM An anonymous online survey from Qualtrics has appeared on the phones of Decorah residents in recent days and some residents have received phone surveys asking various questions for a public opinion survey on issues important to Decorah residents.The survey was developed and launched by Alliant Energy, […]

Joan Howley, from Rockville Center, dies...

Joan Howley Joan Howley, a native of Rockville Center, died March 15 at Vassar Brothers Medical Center. She was 70 years old. Born in Rockville Center on January 11, 1952, she was the daughter of Cono and Eleanor (Krol) Simonetti. Howley graduated from East Islip High School in 1970 and received her bachelor’s degree from […]

Council approves plan of subdivision for...

The proposal calls for a zoning change for the subdivision The Sunset Hills Board of Aldermen voted 6-0 with one abstention on March 8 to rezone 10.41 acres from R-1 single-family residential to R-2 single-family residential at the former Paraclet property in the Tapawingo Subdivision. Ward 1 Alderman Ann McMunn and Joe Stewart, whose ward […]

JASON SMITH LIVES FOR COUNTY JUDGE

Jason Smith, County Judge Candidate, Group 1 Longtime Florida Keys attorney Jason Smith is the second person to announce his candidacy for county judge in Group 1. The primary election is August 23. “I’m ready from day one to sit fairly and impartially because I have a passion for justice,” Smith said. “We live in […]

Once again, Zelensky escapes an assassin...

Oluwasegun Babalola with agency report Posted March 22, 2022 Ukrainian counterintelligence claims to have foiled a possible assassination attempt on President Volodymyr Zelensky. A group of Russian saboteurs led by a secret service agent was arrested in the town of Uzhhorod, in the border area between Ukraine, Slovakia and Hungary, Ukraine UNIEN Press Agency reported. […]

USA TODAY Network Newspaper Crossword, T...

Note: Most subscribers have some, but not all, of the puzzles that match the following set of solutions for their local newspaper. CROSSWORDS USA TODAY Crossword (Available to play digitally at puzzles.usatoday.com.) Los Angeles Times Crossword Today’s Crossword Suburban Daily Crossword SUDOKU clutter Jumble: LAGOON BUTTER PLACEMAT TOKEN Answer: They added up the cost of […]

Appalachian news veterans are quitting t...

February 27andMargaret Sullivan of the Washington Post published an article titled “This rural news start-up has two reporters and an editor without broadband. Already, it had an impact“, and suddenly the whole world is made aware of the story of a digital-only Appalachian news site called The Cardinal News. Founded in July 2021 and going […]

Customs decongests ports with a new insp...

The Nigeria Customs Service has revealed that the introduction of its non-intrusive inspection regime will help decongest the country’s ports. He added that his new scanners would be able to handle 400 containers daily when deployed at ports and border points across the country. This was revealed by the Deputy Comptroller General of Customs on […]

ASUU kicks off as NASS pushes for 186 un...

The University Academic Staff Union has opposed the introduction of new bills for the establishment of new universities in Nigeria. ASUU questioned why the government would push for the establishment of new universities while ignoring those that currently exist in rundown states. Saturday PUNCH reports that the National Universities Commission, the regulatory body for universities […]

Many community newspapers will go out of...

Many community newspapers in Massachusetts will cease their print edition this spring Updated: 9:56 a.m. EDT March 18, 2022 Many Massachusetts community newspapers will stop printing paper editions this spring. Several WickedLocal newspapers operated by Gannett are affected and published the announcement this week. The list includes Beacon Villager, Brookline Tab, Carver Reporter, Kingston Reporter, […]

VSD Rifles achieve another undefeated se...

The Valley Stream District Rifle Team capped off an undefeated winter season, winning another county championship at Glen Cove High School on February 15. With a team score of 773 out of 800, Valley Stream took first place by a slim 4 points, squeaking to victory over the Sewanhaka District team. Junior and upcoming team […]

IN PICTURES: WYLAND RESTORES LANDMARK MU...

One of Marathon’s most iconic works of art received a facelift on March 2 when world-renowned artist and conservationist Wyland returned to Kmart Square to touch up the “Whaling Wall #87 – Florida’s Radiant Reef”, originally painted with Guy Harvey in 2001. With equipment donated by Sunbelt Rentals, paint donated by Sherwin Wiliams, and booths […]

On this day, March 16: 1st black America...

1/7 On March 16, 1827, Freedom’s Journal, the first black-owned and operated newspaper in the United States, was published in New York City. File photo courtesy of The Afro-American Press/Wikimedia March 16 (UPI) — On this historical date: In 1802, the United States Congress authorized the establishment of the United States Military Academy at West […]

Newspaper business will also have a busy...

(File photo) The Louisiana Press Association’s new lobbying team faces a regular session that will target a vital part of the newspaper industry: ad revenue. There are also growing concerns about other bills that could change the in-person nature of public meetings and limit how journalists access certain public law enforcement records. “It’s going to […]

Coaches and Athletes Respond to Transgen...

A new law was signed by Gov. Kim Reynolds on March 3 that regulates who can participate in what sport, prompting reactions from all sides of the issue within a week of its passage. The Iowa Legislature passed Internal File 2416 in late February, which prohibits transgender girls and women from competing in women’s sports […]

Super Bowl champ Brady announces return ...

Seven-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady said Sunday he has changed his mind about retirement and will return to the NFL next season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Brady won six titles in 20 seasons with the New England Patriots, then moved the Bucs in 2020 and led them to a championship. But Tampa Bay […]

Arrest in homicide case near Atlanta Bel...

Tom Arnold (Photo courtesy of Greg Levine, Trees Atlanta) Atlanta police have arrested one suspect and are looking for two others in the Feb. 26 shooting death of Thomas Arnold, 60, near the Atlanta Beltline in Inman Park. Brandon Williams, 28, was arrested at a hotel near Atlanta airport on Saturday and APD is looking […]

Travels with Charlie: Harness Racing Ret...

You can’t equate the town of Hawkinsville in Pulaski County with horse racing. But every year, at the onset of winter, the central Georgia town is the destination for many harnessed racehorse owners and trainers from as far north as Canada, bringing with them dozens of their most successful drivers and trotters. taken. One Mile […]

Crisis: Akpanudoedehe has not resigned f...

Alhaji Salisu Dambatta, publicity director of the Congress of All Progressives, denied reports that John Akpanudoedehe has resigned as secretary of the interim and planning committee for the party’s extraordinary convention. Dambatta, in a press release on Saturday, said Akpanudoedehe remained the party’s CECPC secretary. Dambatta said this while reacting to media reports that Akpanudoedehe […]

How my father, ACF spokesperson, died –

The national publicity secretary of the pan-Nordic socio-political organization Arewa Consultative Forum, Chief Emmanuel Yawe, has died. One of his daughters, Talatu, confirmed the sad news of her father’s death to our correspondent in Kaduna on Friday. While confirming her father’s death, she stated that her father died in his sleep. “Yeah that’s right. He […]

My top 5 something: Steffi Sorensen

Steffi Sorensen 🏀 Steffi Sorensen has been an ESPN college basketball analyst for nearly a decade. Steffi doesn’t just play an expert role on TV, she was voted Most Valuable Player and team captain at the University of Florida where she set three-point shooting records and earned a degree in telecommunications in 2010. Steffi divides […]

CONCH BASEBALL & SOFTBALL BOTH UNDEFEATE

The Key West High baseball team extended its unbeaten streak to 4-0 last weekend, beating Barron Collier twice, 13-4 on Friday March 4 and 4-2 on Saturday night. This weekend, March 11 and 12, the 7:30 p.m. opponent each night will be Merritt Island. In Friday’s game, Preston Herce was the star with a home […]

Hinman takes on new role as editor | Th...

STAFF REPORT Michael Hinman is the new editor of the Herald Community Newspapers. Stuart Richner, CEO of Richner Communications Inc. and publisher of the newspaper group which also owns The Riverdale Pressmade the announcement last week. Hinman succeeds Scott Brinton, who led the editorial department since 2016. The Herald community newspapers include nearly two dozen […]