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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 […]

Emerging Artists Wanted for ArtHaus Exhi...

Applications are now open for the 2022 Emerging Artists Exhibition at ArtHaus at Decorah. Artists between the ages of 18 and 25 can submit 2D and 3D artwork for consideration as part of the juried art exhibition at ArtHaus’ annual Emerging Artists Exhibition open to residents and students within 150 miles of Decorah. A Best […]

Bremer County Courthouse News | Waverly...

Krystle Marie Jerin and Betiana Zavalaboth from Sumner, on February 22 at Waverly. Jessica Marie Jenkins and Brian Alan Boomerboth of Waverly, on February 22 in Waverly. Madison Rose Hendrickson and Nicholas Andrew Embringboth from Waterloo, on February 22 at Waverly. Ashley Leigh Craft and Michel Anthony Coffinboth of Waverly, on February 22 in Waverly. […]

NFT: OKX partners with newspaper owned b...

New Delhi: OKX, a crypto-trading platform, has announced a partnership with the South China Morning Post (SCMP), owned by Jack Ma, an English daily based in Hong Kong for 118 years, to create NFTs. OKX, which claims to be the second-largest crypto exchange in the world by spot trading volume, will allow the publication to […]

Batatawala wants to gag Nation newspaper...

Corruption suspect Abdul Karim Batatawala wants to gag the Nation newspaper for its reporting on him which he says paints him as a corrupt businessman and Malawi’s biggest fraudster. Batatawala, who is accused along with three others of defrauding the Malawian government of K1.5 billion, wrote to the media house to protest his reporting and […]

Communities need strong newspapers | Ne...

For the editor: Over the past two decades, many small town newspapers have disappeared. Others are barely hanging on with a single reporter doing almost everything to keep the newspaper running. Some major city newspapers also struggled. Internet news is a problem as some people have dropped their subscriptions and are getting their […]

Food that transports: restaurateur Tal B...

Tal Baum Oliva Restaurant Group opened its new restaurant at the end of January. Located on the first floor of the Ponce City Market’s Central Food Hall, The Atrium offers a modern American menu with European influence and bright, whimsical decor. The team behind Atrium includes Tal Baum, Founder and Owner of Oliva Restaurant Group, […]

Kingfisher Media Expands Newspaper Prese...

Selma-based Kingfisher Media LLC has expanded its newspaper publishing footprint by taking over Western Star’s news operations in Jefferson County, Alabama, beginning March 1, 2022. Kingfisher Media owns the Selma Sun and operates the Marion Times Standard in Perry County. The Western Star serves the communities of Hueytown, Hoover and Pleasant Grove in western Jefferson […]

Death of Shane Warne: How world newspape...

New Delhi: Considered one of the best leg throwers to ever play the game, the cricketing world was stunned on Friday by the sudden death of Shane Warne. The former Australian spin magician was just 52 and was on holiday with his friends in Thailand when he died of a suspected heart attack.Read also – […]

Meet IAS Nirish Rajput who sold newspape...

The Indian administrative service aspirant prepares for years to qualify for one of the toughest exams in India which is organized by the Union Civil Service Commission. Many aspirants join coaching centers while others opt for self-study. Nirish Rajput, a resident of Bhind district in Madhya Pradesh, prepared for the UPSC exam without coaching and […]

UKRAINE FINDS LOCAL SUPPORT IN THE FLORI...

Russian vodkas roll off the shelves for Ukrainian products at the Fish House in Key Largo. In the southernmost city, city officials plan to fly the Ukrainian flag and possibly illuminate the city hall with blue and yellow floodlights. “What Russia is doing in Ukraine is tragic, inexcusable and unacceptable,” Commissioner Sam Kaufman said on […]

Orange building permits continue to grow

The city of Orange starts the new year with a continuation of new constructions and renovations. Building permits issued in the first month included an $8.6 million new building for a medical center and the city spending $285,000 on the HVAC system for the new recreation center being built at 1405 Orange Avenue, the site […]

U.S. bears special responsibility for Uk...

BEIJING, March 1. /TASS/. US authorities bear “particular responsibility” for the military conflict between Russia and Ukraine, the Chinese newspaper Global Times said on Tuesday. “Washington is the ‘particularly responsible party’ for the Ukraine crisis, and US-led NATO firmly holds the key to its solution. As former US Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard said in an interview, […]

Dunwoody Announces 4th of July Theme for...

The theme for Dunwoody’s July 4, 2022 parade has been announced. This year’s theme will be “Parade of Stars”, according to Bob Fiscella, president of the Dunwoody Homeowners Association. Parade co-chairs Matt Weber and Penny Forman said they chose the theme to honor veterans, teachers, mayor and council members, business owners and anyone they believe […]

West Australian Newspapers enjoys stunni...

The stunning growth of West Australian Newspapers has been captured in new Roy Morgan figures to be released today which reveal the brand’s massive cross-platform audience grew by 21.9% over the past year. The cross-platform audience represents The West Australian and The Sunday Times newspapers as well as online websites thewest.com.au and PerthNow. The data […]

Howard University gets $2 million to dig...

A massive effort is underway at Howard University to digitize thousands of black newspapers in an effort to make material more accessible and provide primary sources at a time when some are trying to whitewash the story. The historically black university recently received a $2 million grant that will allow it to digitize microfilm and […]

Two-step verification is here to stay, s...

When browsing the internet on any device – computer, phone, tablet – or if you have started using a new device, you may notice that you are asked to verify that it is you who wants to access to a website or to your email. This is called the two-step verification process. It’s here to […]

Editor’s Office, News Warehouse Full of

News Photo by Justin A. Hinkley Old typefaces from the typesetting days of newspaper production hang on the wall recently in the editor’s office of The Alpena News. My predecessor as editor of The Alpena News was a notorious packrat. For history buffs like him and me, that’s a good thing. When I inherited the […]

Covers of newspapers around the world af...

Russian troops launched an attack on Ukraine on Thursday, with explosions and air raid sirens in Kiev, among other cities, causing residents to flee. “To this day, our countries are on different sides of world history,” a statement by Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky posted on Twitter indicates. “[Russia] took the path of evil, but [Ukraine] […]

Miss Manners: A newspaper subscription g...

Miss Manners is looking at the meaning of the gifts, not the cost – or the timing of the payments. Dear Miss Manners: Several years ago, the sister-in-law of a dear friend passed away, leaving a large and very valuable estate. By clearing her houses before selling them, as the sole heirs of this woman, […]

Top-Ranked AIS Sharpening Skills vs. Bes...

The Atlanta International School varsity football team. (Louie Chiapetta) The powerhouses of athletics come in all shapes and sizes. At the International School of Atlanta, which competes at the Class A-private level, there is no giant stadium to accommodate dozens and dozens of football players. The most prominent athletic ground, in an attractive setting in […]

#FaithWorks: Issa holy season of Lent

Compiled by Nadia ReeseAFRO editorial assistant The season of Lent makes us think of things to eliminate from our way of life to put us in a more meditative state in preparation for Easter. Some members of our community have said this about their sacrifices. “During the Lenten season, I make a vow to give […]

KEY WEST PRESCHOOL HOSTS 32ND SPRING FAI...

The Key West Preschool Co-op on Flagler Avenue will host its 32nd annual Spring Fair from 1-4 p.m. on Saturday, March 5 at 2610 Flagler Ave. The fair will include its usual assortment of vendors, giant slides, an obstacle course and other kid-friendly attractions, live music and food. But for the first time ever, the […]

KIDS WEEKLY: KIMORAH JONES OF KEY WEST

Kimorah Jones is a seventh grader at Sigsbee Charter School. JACK MITCHELL/Keys Weekly “It’s easier to build strong children than to fix broken (adults).” — Frederick Douglass The Key West Weekly is proud to present Kids Weekly, where we feature middle school kids from Key West and the Lower Keys, giving them a voice and […]

Death toll from Brazil storm rises to 15...

Published February 20, 2022 The death toll from torrential rains that triggered flash floods and landslides in the scenic Brazilian city of Petropolis has risen to 152, authorities said on Sunday, as the pope sent his condolences. Rescue workers and residents searching for their missing loved ones continued to dig through mountains of mud and […]

Okagbare hints at IAU 10-year ban appeal

Published February 20, 2022 Nigerian sprinter Blessing Okagbare has hinted that she will appeal the 10-year ban handed down to her by the Athletics Integrity Unit Disciplinary Tribunal for doping, reports Sunday PUNCH. The IAU, in a statement on Friday, said that after the completion of investigations, it had come to the conclusion that the […]

Go-Hawk Sends 4 to Championship Round | ...

DES MOINES — They’ve wrestled all season, faced all comers, and now the time has come for the Waverly-Shell Rock men’s wrestling team to potentially defend their Class 3A tag team title at the Wrestling Championships of the state of Iowa. But everything must now fall perfectly into place like a game of Tetris for […]

‘If we lose local media coverage, we’re

CUMBERLAND, RI (WPRI) – For Ethan Shorey, being editor of The Valley Breeze isn’t a 9-to-5 job. Shorey, alongside his team, spends most of his Wednesday and Thursday mornings delivering approximately 50,000 free newspapers to more than 800 newspaper carriers scattered across northern Rhode Island. “I’m part of their routine and they’re part of my […]

What Other Newspapers Are Saying: Pittsb...

Of all the steps Pittsburgh City Council members could take, raising their own salaries is among the trickiest, requiring the highest degree of humility, even shame. In this regard, the members of the city council failed spectacularly. Nothing increases the insider’s perception like improper procedures and secrecy; the board engaged in both by […]

Panel approves zoning change for Tesla d...

Proposed Tesla dealership at furniture store location Photo by Lucas Irizarry The location of the proposed Tesla dealership, 5711 S. Lindbergh Blvd. The property is currently the site of a Marshall Home store. A proposed electric car dealership at 5711 S. Lindbergh Blvd. is one step closer to opening after the St. Louis County Planning […]

Minnesota, Iowa rank among highest SAT s...

Wednesday, February 16, 2022 5:55 PM Minnesota and Iowa are among the top 10 average SAT scores according to a recent study published by the Scholarship Institute, a scholarship aggregator and exam website, and Learner, an online tutoring service. The study comes from the services compiling national and individual results from the […]

British newspapers react to Prince Andre...

Prince Andrew with Virginia Giuffre and Ghislaine Maxwell, who was recently convicted of sex trafficking Source: PA Images BRITAIN’S PRINCE ANDREW faces a new call to give up one of his last remaining major titles after agreeing to settle the civil sexual assault claim against him for what is widely reported to be a sum […]

CRAIG COMMENTS: Marking American Heart M...

I had the opportunity to participate in subcommittees electronically because I was unable to be at the Capitol this week. It’s a great option for us. This technology is a wonderful tool and allows for flexibility and planning options never before tested before the recent pandemic. I will use technology as needed, but will not […]

What Other Newspapers Are Saying: School...

School choice advocates in Michigan are tapping into the discontent parents and families have felt during the pandemic and seeking to turn that into more educational freedom. A new ballot proposal could help overcome some long-standing barriers to choice. Extended school closures, masking decisions and curriculum debates have left parents on edge, forcing […]

Is the newspaper industry dead? No, it’

Newspapers are not dead, far from it. We’re consolidating, collaborating, working smarter, that’s for sure. Embrace the digital revolution and all its benefits, absolutely. But not dead; in fact, the public’s thirst for information is unprecedented and we are responding to the demand in new and innovative ways. To paraphrase Bob Hope, the comedian and […]

Students shine at city schools winter gr...

By JJ McQueenSpecial at AFRO As gray morning skies gave way to sunshine, graduates from schools across the city of Baltimore gathered at Forest Park High School ahead of their winter 2022 graduation ceremony. Along with families and the community of educators present, the atmosphere was full of positive energy and excitement. 2022 graduate (Photos/By […]

Newspaper Family’s 36-acre hilltop La Jo

Foxhill, a mid-century log family’s mansion with sweeping ocean views above one of San Diego’s neighborhoods … [+] most revered communities, is on sale at $55 million. Willis Allen Real Estate Large family estates are notoriously private and personal. Foxhill, a mid-century log family mansion with sweeping ocean views above one of San Diego’s most […]

Buckhead City efforts blocked by state l...

There is no longer a legislative path for Buckhead City to follow this year. House Speaker David Ralston said Friday he wanted to give Atlanta Mayor Andre Dickens a chance to tackle crime issues, according to the AJC. Lieutenant Governor Geoff Duncan had expressed his opposition the day before. With the state’s legislative leaders against […]

Vesterheim continues to implement plans ...

Thursday, February 10, 2022 4:48 PM 508 Water Street, Decorah 510 Water Street, Decorah • • Vesterheim, the Norwegian-American national museum and folk art school, is excited to begin a new phase of campus renovation plans in mid-February after receiving approval from the Historic […]

Crime Watch: Rockville Center | Herald ...

Flight At 9:37 a.m. on January 25, the manager of Bigelow’s restaurant reported that two people had attempted to steal used cooking oil from the back parking lot of the building. Identity theft At 1:21 p.m. on January 25, a resident reported that someone had used her personal information to withdraw money from her bank […]

A cow escapes from a caravan and wanders...

A Black Angus cow that had escaped from a trailer taking her to her new home in Frederika from the Waverly Sale Barn ended up in Kohlmann Park on Wednesday morning. The animal found its owner after a two-hour ordeal, causing some traffic disruptions around the park. The incident posed no danger to the public, […]

Newspaper headlines: Buhari under pressu...

The return of queues at many gas stations and the circulation of gasoline containing quantities of methanol above Nigeria’s specifications dominated the front pages of Nigerian newspapers. The Nation reports that President Muhammadu Buhari is under pressure to reject the Revised Election Law Amendment Bill. The newspaper reports that the Joint Admission Matriculation Board (JAMB) […]

Malverne (14-2) prepares for the playoff...

By Jamie deJong The Malverne men’s basketball team picked up an impressive victory over East Rockaway last Friday by the score of 74-41. Malverne, a strong contender for the Class B championship from Nassau, has shown how well he can use his strengths to his advantage. Mules assistant coach Walter Aksionoff thought the game was […]

Supervisors Reject 1st Slicing Card | W...

The Bremer County Board of Supervisors on Monday afternoon rejected the first redistricting map created by the Legislative Services Agency, citing concerns of geographic imbalance. Had the redistricting map been approved in its first draft as presented, the newly created District 3 would have been much larger in territory, raising concerns among current supervisors that […]

Russian watchdog could impose economic r...

MOSCOW, January 4. /TASS/. Russia’s telecommunications watchdog is considering the possibility of imposing economic restrictions on YouTube over its blocking of Russian media channels, including the RT auf Sendung account belonging to the RT TV channel, the daily Izvestia wrote on Friday. , citing a statement from the watchdog. According to the newspaper, the watchdog […]

Oklahoma State fans troll Oklahoma fans ...

Who knew USC football was so popular in Stillwater, Oklahoma? Truth be told, Oklahoma State fans don’t really care about USC, but they used the USC logo as a chance to remind their in-state rival that Lincoln Riley has packed his bags. and moved to Los Angeles. During Saturday’s Bedlam basketball game between Oklahoma State […]

DC Democratic Women’s Club Hosts Critica

By Valca ValentineSpecial at AFRO Some argue that racial oppression, discrimination and inequality in America is a fairy tale. Others cite evidence that measures the impact of past and present racial inequalities. Why discuss these issues? Critical Race Theory (CRT), the study of the origin and systematic impact of racism, is fueling a heated debate […]

Why a New Jersey tech company bought a b...

The news came out of nowhere. Brian Larsen, editor of the Cook County News-Herald in the Grand Marais, had no idea the weekly he worked for 13 years was up for sale until outgoing owners Hal and Deidre Kettunen le announce to him during a pizza lunch at the office in November 2020. Moments later, […]

Guide to Punk Foodie’s Underground Resta

This Sunday, Georgia Beer Garden in Sweet Auburn will host Bien Vegano, a kitchen revival powered by VeganX and My Abuela’s Food, featuring Puerto Rican and Mexican vegan food. Below are the weekend’s happenings for “who, when, where and what to cook” on ATL’s underground food scene. You’ll find Instagram links for pop-up and food […]

A pick chart for eight STEM projects you...

Lesson Overview Featured Choice Chart: Eight STEM projects you can do with any journal What scientific or mathematical wonders can you do with just a printed newspaper and a few simple materials? In this lesson, we’ve got you covered, with our pick chart of eight STEM-related activities, including a DIY roller coaster, seeds in biodegradable […]

Klimesh’s corner: Senate begins work on

Wednesday, February 2, 2022 12:06 PM Rep. Mike Bergan met with representatives from the Iowa Association of Nurses and Luther College with Sen. Mike Klimesh in the capital last week in Des Moines. (photo sent) The third week of the legislative session has been a very busy one in the Iowa […]

Top Nigerian Newspaper Headlines for Tod...

Hello Nigeria, welcome to Naija News’ roundup of top newspaper headlines in Nigeria for today, Wednesday, February 2, 2022 The House of Representatives has begun to take steps to raise the minimum level of education required to be elected to the post of Speaker. Naija News reports that the Green House took action on Monday […]

Bill allows Florida governments to bypas...

Lawmakers will reconsider a proposal to allow Florida government agencies “the option to post legal opinions on a publicly accessible website rather than in a printed journal,” according to a House staff analysis. Online records show that a “committee bill,” or PCB, has been filed with the Florida House of Representatives Judiciary Committee, chaired by […]

Echo Press wins 17 awards in Minnesota N...

ALEXANDRIA — The Echo Press had another successful year in the Minnesota Newspaper Association’s Better Newspaper competition, winning 17 awards in multiple categories — overall excellence, reporting, advertising, editorial page, sports, headline writing, photography and more. The awards were announced Thursday, Jan. 27, at the MNA’s 155th Annual Convention in Brooklyn Park. Winners of MNA’s […]

Mark D Ball Tournament set to dunk off

Published January 31, 2022 The Mark D Ball Basketball Championship will take place at the indoor sports hall at the Moshood Abiola National Stadium, Abuja on Saturday, the event organizers said. The secretary of the event’s local organizing committee, Abdullahi Umar, said on Sunday that the competition would start with Group A, which has eight […]

Readers donate in record numbers to the ...

Even in the throes of another pandemic year, East Bay Times readers have been reaching into their pockets this season to help those less fortunate by donating money to the nonprofits that serve them. Moved by stories of neighbors in need, readers have donated a record $535,722 to this news agency’s annual Share the Spirit […]

Now tech giants Google and Facebook coul...

Now tech giants Google and Facebook could be forced to pay newspapers for their stories Platforms will be encouraged to negotiate payment agreements with news outlets If negotiations fail, an independent arbitrator will set a fair price The move comes as tech companies dominate online advertising The new regime will be regulated by the Digital […]

The Forest Lawn Museum will open the “Ev

First published in the January 22 print issue of Glendale News Press. The Forest Lawn Museum in Glendale will open “Evening Mile: The Paintings of Julika Lackner” on January 29.The exhibit features 17 nightscapes that offer meditative views of Southern California. These works of art transform cityscapes, hills and coastlines into kaleidoscopic vistas.Lackner’s expertise in […]

CherryRoad Media Acquires Texas and Okla...

Press release | Dirks, Van Essen & April CherryRoad Media, Inc. announced the acquisition of a newspaper group in Texas and Oklahoma from Gannett Co., Inc. Texas newspapers include the (Sherman) Herald Democrat, Waxahachie Daily Light, Stephenville Empire-Tribune, Brownwood Bulletin, Alice Echo-News Journal, Van Alstyne Leader, Anna-Melissa Tribune, Prosper Press, Grayson County Shopper, Midlothian Mirror, […]

Hedge fund Alden appeals to investors fr...

OMAHA, Neb. – Hedge fund Alden Global Capital sends its own appeal to shareholders of newspaper publisher Lee Enterprises as part of its campaign to acquire the company. The New York-based hedge fund, which is already one of the country’s biggest newspaper owners, on Thursday urged Lee’s shareholders to back two new directors he has […]

After strong growth in digital subscript...

Hearst Newspapers kicks off the new year with plans for a shared development center, hiring 12 product and data specialists and eight other interactive designers. The company says this is the biggest digital expansion ever for the media group. If Hearst feels expansive, senior vice president Jeff Johnson told me in a Zoom interview, there’s […]

Spartans improve Rio Hondo League record...

First published in the January 20 print issue of Outlook Valley Sunshine. The La Cañada High School women’s water polo team defeated host Blair High of Pasadena, 15-9, in a Rio Hondo League game on Tuesday.Alexis Calix, Jenna Ku, Kadyn Day, Shereen Emadi, Thea Stefan and Anna Fogarty each scored two goals for LCHS. Meanwhile, […]

JOHN SEGYDE Obituary (2022) – Fort Wayne

JOHN A. SEGYDE, 80, died Wednesday, January 19, 2022 at Saint Anne Home, Fort Wayne. Born in Fort Wayne on August 9, 1941, he was the son of the late Augustine and Virginia Segyde Sr. He graduated from Central Catholic High School and was a lifetime alumnus. John was an Air Force veteran and served […]

Seaford’s grandmother turns the tables o

A Seaford woman has made national headlines after luring a suspected scammer over the phone to her own arrest – and filming it all. January 20 started off as a typical day for 73-year-old Jean Ebbert. The Waverly Avenue resident was working on crossword puzzles and texting with her son, Rusty Ebbert, which she does […]

A federal parliamentary committee is inv...

Victorian farmer Lloyd Polkinghorne was recovering from a brain injury when he decided to do something many would consider unthinkable. His local newspaper, the Koondrook Barham Bridge Newspaper, was up for sale. It was already struggling, shrinking over the years and the digital revolution tightening its grip on the media. If a new owner was […]

Minneapolis newspaper gives Vikings HC w...

Leslie Frazier and Kirk Cousins Citing current success, familiarity, class and diversity – all noble traits – the Jim Souhan of Star Tribune believes former Minnesota Vikings head coach Leslie Frazier is expected to become the following the head coach. The Vikings fired Frazier after the 2013 season, capping a three-year stint when Frazier took […]

CNHI Names Award-Winning Veteran Newspap...

January 15—Brenda Adams, a veteran Oklahoma newspaper executive, has been named publisher of the Tahlequah Daily Press. She is currently the Publicity Director for the Muskogee Daily Phoenix, a role she will continue. Both newspapers are owned by parent company CNHI, LLC. Adams served as publisher and advertising director for several dailies, biweeklies and weeklies […]

I’m always exploring new ways to tell st

Published January 23, 2022 Afropop singer, Ezeh Success, aka Cyborg (Da Freak), said he is constantly exploring new ways, including commercial ones, to tell his stories. The singer who recently unveiled a non-fungible token platform called Dafreak 5, said, “I’m always exploring new ways to tell my stories, engage with my community, and build new […]

State trooper sues Vermont Human Rights ...

A photo of the barn at the Clemmons family farm in Charlotte. Photo via Commission on Human Rights Report A state trooper accuses a newspaper of giving favorable coverage to the Vermont Human Rights Commission in exchange for access to a confidential commission report implicating the trooper and public safety agencies in the state. The […]

Longtime journalist, Vietnam veteran ‘sp

Mann, who is fun-loving and easy-going, enjoyed telling stories, whether in writing or around a table. He often wrote about Mayberry as an American ideal and loved the poetry of Emily Dickinson. He briefly owned a hearse as his personal vehicle which he enjoyed driving around town. After reading that Gulf War soldiers used condoms […]

Newspaper crosses an impassable line to ...

A chilling executive order was issued by a newspaper’s editorial board last week and most of the mainstream media, as well as the political class, seem to be working overtime to ignore it. They should not. The editorial encouraged a draconian punishment that the United States must never allow. The liberal Salt Lake Tribune has […]

Terri Hale Promoted to Managing Director...

FAIRMONT — Terri Hale has been promoted to managing director of the Register-Herald at Beckley, the Bluefield Daily Telegraph and the Times West Virginian at Fairmont. A seasoned newspaper executive, she is currently the Advertising Manager for Newspapers, which is owned by parent company CNHI LLC. “Terri is a talented and experienced press manager who […]

Greetings from the Statehouse – Decorah

The Iowa House of Representatives began its session on Monday, January 10 with its typical formalities. A joint House-Senate convention was convened to hear Gov. Kim Reynolds’ speech on the condition of the state Tuesday night. On Wednesday, Chief Justice Susan Larson Christensen presented the state of the judiciary in 2022. Maj. Gen. Benjamin J. […]

Treasure Coast newspaper printing moves ...

PORT ST. LUCIE — Treasure Coast Newspapers’ production facility off Interstate 95 and St. Lucie West Boulevard is closing this week, but readers shouldn’t notice a difference, as no changes in delivery or quality are expected. foreseen. The Indian River Press Journal, St. Lucie News Tribune and Stuart News will go to print in Deerfield […]

Atlanta reporter Dick Williams dies at 7...

“He was an affable guy and also incredibly prolific,” said Jeff Dickerson, who worked for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution in the 1980s and 1990s and was a “Georgia Gang” panelist. “He was starting a column at 10:02 a.m. and getting it ready at 10:17 a.m. He was incredibly quick. At one point he was writing three, […]

Virus cases rise in schools | Herald Co...

Coronavirus cases are increasing among students, teachers and staff at Elmont and Franklin Square schools amid the rise of the Omicron variant. According to state data, the Sewanhaka Central High School District has reported 2,441 cases since September — 752 of them, or 30%, between Jan. 3 and Jan. 16. Additionally, 345 students, 69 teachers, […]

Newspaper Headlines: FG to Establish 18 ...

The Senate’s decision to remove the mandatory direct primary option from the Electoral Law Amendment Bill dominated the front pages of Nigerian newspapers. The Nation reports that the governors are keen on their influence in the All Progressives Congress (APC) ahead of the party’s national convention. The newspaper says Bola Tinubu, an APC leader, has […]

Dena Mae Tiedt June 17, 1929 — January 1

Dena M. Tiedt, 92, of Waverly, Iowa, died Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2022, at Mercy One-Covenant Medical Center in Waterloo. Dena Mae Tiedt was born June 17, 1929, the daughter of Norbert and Florence (Buhr) Ranard at her home in Black Hawk County. She was baptized at home on August 18, 1929 and confirmed at Trinity […]

This journalist says that Canada saved h...

Mohsin Abbas was lounging over the holidays last month, watching television, when he learned that little Tilbury, Ontario had lost its local newspaper and the huge void it had left in the community. The reporter heard about the shutdown while listening to a CBC radio special about what happens when the local news stops. Postmedia […]

Snohomish Sauerkraut Band bids farewell

By BRIAN MILLS, special for the GrandstandPosted on January 19, 2022 Snohomish Sauerkraut Band bids farewell Photo added The energetic Snohomish Sauerkraut Band began on a lark over 50 years ago and has become a long-time entertainment feature at regional parades and watering holes. SNOHOMISH — Well, it’s a wrap. The end of the show, […]

Israeli citizens hacked by police using ...

JERUSALEM, Jan 18 (Reuters) – Israel’s police chief vowed on Tuesday to ensure electronic surveillance in criminal investigations is carried out by the book after a newspaper reported the illicit use of a controversial hacking tool against citizens of the country. Without citing sources, the financial daily Calcalist said Israeli police had possessed Pegasus spyware […]