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Mashpee Select Board Approves 5% Home Ta...

The Mashpee Select Board voted to implement a 5% residential tax exemption, making Mashpee the 17th municipality in Massachusetts to implement such an exemption. The Council Tax Exemption, or RX, as Director of Assessment Joseph A. Gibbons referred to during the tax classification hearing on Monday21 November, will shift the residential load from residential properties […]

Empower Clinics names a new gene

Eric Christian brings twenty years of experience in the healthcare industry, including scaling diagnostic lab VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / November 24, 2022 / EMPOWER CLINICS INC (CSE:EPW)(OTCQB:EPWCF) (“Empower“or the”Company“) an integrated healthcare company – serving patients through medical centers, a medical device company and a high-complexity medical diagnostic laboratory – announces that Eric Christian […]

Vecima Announces Annual Genres – GuruFoc

Vecima Networks Inc. (TSX: VCM) (“Vecima“or the”Company“) filed its Annual General Meeting (the “AGM”) documents, including its notice of meeting and its management information circular (the “Circular”), announcing that its general meeting will be held virtually on Monday, December 12, 2022 at 10 a.m. PT. Please visit sedar.com to access copies of the AGM materials […]

Bahamas Gaming Board under a memorandum ...

By Dana Malcolm Personal editor November 21, 2022 – Cop 27 made history with a new Climate Justice Fund, but it was overshadowed by major nations once again blocking decisive action on fossil fuels. The Loss and Damage Fund “will assist developing countries that are particularly vulnerable to the adverse effects of climate change”. A […]

Bronstein, Gewirtz & Grossman, – GuruFoc

NEW YORK, Nov. 21, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Lawyer Publicity — Bronstein, Gewirtz & Grossman, LLC is advising investors that a class action lawsuit has been filed against Rite Aid Corporation (“Rite Aid” or the “Company”) ) (: RAD) and certain of its officers, on behalf of all persons and entities who purchased or otherwise […]

The two most influential modern economic...

The two most influential modern economic philosophers *Note: If you choose to comment here, please be aware that I do not endorse all comments; this is not a discussion forum. If you hope your comment will appear here, please make sure it’s relatively brief (no more than 100 words), on topic, addressed to me, civil […]

Wandering hunter prompts Meredosia board...

Shirley Bilyeu, Donor November 19, 2022 Meredosia Village Council is revising some of its ordinances after a resident found someone hunting on his property without permission. Extreme Photographer / Getty Images Meredosia Village Council is revising some of its ordinances after a resident found someone hunting on his property without permission. Mayor David Werries said […]

Board of visitors summary of actions and...

The James Madison University Board of Visitors met on Friday, November 18, 2022 at the Festival Conference and Student Center. The following is a summary of the actions taken by the board and the main topics discussed at the board meeting: Approved the minutes of the Board of Visitors meeting of September 16, 2022; Accepted […]

New club prioritizes mental health of bl...

When Weinberg senior Jem Feuilladieu was a freshman, he dreamed of black students in the Northwest “thriving” rather than just “surviving” on campus. This autumn, they founded the Black Health and Wellness Collaborative to make those dreams come true. According to its mission statement, BHWC aims to provide a space for discussion, support and resources […]

Virginia school board to review proposed...

Comment this story Comment The Virginia Board of Education is set to review new state standards for history and social studies on Thursday, even as a Democratic lawmaker urges them to reject the guidelines, which have become a magnet for the controversy. State learning standards — known as SOL — determine what students are tested […]

Budget cuts begin for Wrenshall Schools ...

WRENSHALL – The first round of budget cuts was approved by Wrenshall School Board in a 5-1 vote on Monday November 14 and will come into effect on December 5. Superintendent Kimberly Belcastro said the cuts are the first phase of the district trying to cut $330,000 to level its budget, with the next two […]

All About Recycling: What You Need to Kn...

When we reduce, reuse and recycle our waste, we reduce our environmental impact. Increased recycling means fewer items end up in landfills, which helps save energy, reduce air and water pollution, conserve our natural resources and reduce greenhouse gases. greenhouse effect. Here’s what you need to know about recycling in Fairfax County. Who collects my […]

Social media app Skuy seeks to complemen...

The COVID-19 pandemic has rendered the 2020-21 academic year socially isolating for many North West students. Distance learning has led to little on-campus engagement as library study sessions, long walks to class, and daily meals in dining halls have disappeared for many students. McCormick junior Isaac Winoto was one such student, spending the year at […]

Cue Biopharma Reports Third Quarter

BOSTON, Nov. 14, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Cue Biopharma, Inc. (CUE), a clinical-stage biopharmaceutical company developing a new class of injectable biologics to selectively engage and modulate tumor-specific T cells directly in the patient’s body, today announced its third quarter financial results. 2022. The Company will host a business update conference call in conjunction with […]

BioNTech expands its global footprint –

The first mRNA manufacturing plant in Singapore create regional production capacities in supporting BioNTech’s growing portfolio of mRNA vaccines and therapeutics in the Asia Pacific region at clinical and commercial scale State-of-the-art facility expected to be fully operational by end of 2023 and create over 100 jobs Acquisition Marks Next Step in BioNTech’s Plans to […]

Core Assets participates in Precious M

VANCOUVER, BC /ACCESSWIRE/November 12, 2022/ Core Assets Corp. (“Core Assets“or the”Company“) (CSE:CC)(FSE:5RJ)(OTC.QB:CCOOF) is pleased to announce that it will be exhibiting at the Precious Metals Summit 2022 in Zurich, Switzerland. The Precious Metals Summit will take place on November 14-15e at Park Hyatt, Zurich, Switzerland. To attend and book a meeting with Core Assets Management, […]

IU Football vs. Ohio State – Live Blog a

Indiana and Ohio State are scheduled to start at noon in Columbus. Stay tuned to this thread for updates. INDIANA (3-6, 1-5) at 2 OHIO STATE (9-0, 6-0) To start up: 12:00 p.m. Eastern Time, Saturday Location: Columbus, Ohio (102,780; grass) Television: Fox — Gus Johnson (pbp), Joel Klatt (analyst), Jenny Taft (sideline) Flow: Fox […]

Agendas: Saturday, November 12, 2022 | ...

Sheridan County Commission Regular staff meeting Added Sheridan County Courthouse, Room 220 9 a.m. Monday • Reports from staff/elected officials • Executive session: staff Sheridan County Commission Regular board meeting Sheridan County Courthouse, Room 220 9:00 a.m. Tuesday • Call to order and pledging A. Staff meeting minutes, October 31, 2022; B. Minutes of the […]

Final Boundary Plan Approved by Prince G...

Comment this story Comment Members of the Prince George’s County School Board voted on Thursday in favor of a school boundary proposal by CEO Monica Goldson that would change where some students would attend classes starting next school year. There was little discussion before the board vote. The plan recommended by Goldson passed in seconds, […]

Bourne Recreation Committee Questions Bo...

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November 15 Roundtable on Franchising an...

November 10, 2022 November 15 Roundtable on Franchising and Inclusive Entrepreneurship by Christi Mathis CARBONDALE, Ill. – Faculty, staff and students are invited to a virtual event that dives into the world of franchising and explains how this business model embraces inclusive entrepreneurship. “Franchising and Inclusive Entrepreneurship” is scheduled from 5:30 p.m. to 6:45 p.m. […]

NXT Energy Solutions announces – GuruFoc

CALGARY, Alberta, Nov. 09, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — NXT Energy Solutions Inc. (“NXT” or the “Company”) (TSX: SFD; NSFDF) today announced the financial and operating results of the Company for the three months ended September 30, 2022. All dollar amounts herein are in Canadian dollars unless otherwise noted. Third Quarter Financial and Operational Highlights Key […]

Regional Public Dispatch Forum – My Sout

Above: The public is invited to “inform and discuss” the possibility of replacing Southborough dispatch service with regional shared service. Last fall, the City Enters a study for the potential regionalization of our public safety dispatch services. Next week, the Select Board is hosting a public forum to discuss what they learned and potential next […]

Empower Clinics resumes operations – Gur

The Canadian stock symbol is replaced by EPW on the Canadian Securities Exchange VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / November 8, 2022 / EMPOWER CLINICS INC (CSE:EPW)(OTCQB:EPWCF) (“Empower Clinics” or the “Company”)an integrated healthcare company serving patients through medical centres, telemedicine platforms, a medical device company and a high-complexity medical diagnostic laboratory, announced today that the […]

A $1.5 billion school building plan has ...

STAMFORD – The council is focused on raising revenue; the department on how best to spend it. It’s no surprise, then, that a 20-year, $1.5 billion school building plan pits the finance board against the Department of Education. It was clear at a special meeting called by the Finance Council last week to question school […]

City Council and School Board Continue D...

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School strike in Ontario: Here’s how sch

As the union representing tens of thousands of education workers signals they will continue to be on the picket lines until they secure a new collective agreement with the government, many school boards are bracing to temporarily bring classrooms back online. Many have decided to close school buildings for in-person learning for the duration of […]

Board of Adjustment shoots down planned ...

A household on Highway 144 had planned to start a business for dirt bike training, classes and practices – but the Owensboro Metropolitan Adjustment Board rejected the proposed development Thursday night after hearing from neighbors worried. Resident Marvin Staser has a dirt bike trail on his property and uses it as a hobbyist. The lifelong […]

Advent Technologies announces – GuruFocu

Advent Technologies Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: ADN) (“Advent” or the “Company”), an innovation-driven leader in fuel cell and hydrogen technology, proudly announces that Von McConnell agreed to join its board of directors. Mr. McConnell has nearly forty years of executive experience in the telecommunications industry, including approximately twenty years with Sprint Corporation (now T-Mobile), where he […]

Hastings School Board Special Election C...

Candidates in the special election to fill the vacancy at the Hastings School Board took to the microphone to determine how they would perform in the position. Pam Onnen, Todd Kullman and Mark Zuzek are in the running and all took part in the forum organized by the Hastings Chamber of Commerce and Hastings Community […]

Latin Metals Grows High-Grad – GuruFocus

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Nov. 03, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Latin Metals Inc. (“Latin Metals” or the “Company”) – (TSXV: LMS and LMSQF) announces the results of its surface rock sampling program at the 100% owned Auquis Project (the “Project”), located in Peru. A total of 200 additional rock samples were taken, returning anomalous mineralization grading […]

Future of the Lyon Co. exhibition center...

MARSHALL – It started with a discussion about updating the bathrooms at the Lyon County Fairgrounds. But discussions with Lyon County residents and community groups revealed many other needs at the fairgrounds, county environmental administrator Roger Schroeder said. At Tuesday’s county council meeting, county commissioners discussed ideas ranging from updating the electrical infrastructure […]

Nearly 2,000 fake Twitter accounts were ...

Comment this story Comment Hello and happy Tuesday! I’m replacing Tim this morning with a story about fake Twitter accounts. Follow me on Twitter (but only if you’re real): @aaronjschaffer. Below: The FTC has taken action against an educational technology company for its cybersecurity, and the growing use of TikTok by politicians raises questions about […]

Should you trust a VA to manage your Mar...

Outsourcing tasks can be a great way to help scale a business, and virtual assistants have been around for a long time. But reports have surfaced that sellers have been permanently suspended after giving virtual assistants (VAs) access to their eBay and Amazon accounts to manage them on their behalf. Many marketplaces and inventory management […]

Does the ghost of an author’s father’s f

Jhe term “ghostwriting” was coined by Christy Walsh, whose agency has monitored the literary output of American sports celebrities for years since Babe Ruth. The agency had a set of rules. One suggested that a new ghostwriter “usually makes the mistake of thinking he should write the way his fame talks. It is a mistake. […]

CENTESSA PHARMACEUTICALS SHARES – GuruFo

NEW ORLEANS, October 28, 2022 NEW ORLEANS, October 28, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Kahn Swick & Foti, LLC (“KSF”) and KSF Partner, former Attorney General of Louisiana, Charles C. Foti, Jr.remind investors that they have untilNovember 28, 2022 to file lead plaintiff claims in a securities class action lawsuit against Centessa Pharmaceuticals plc (NasdaqGS: CNTA), whether […]

Burgdorf City Hall discusses housing and...

Burgdorf’s board meeting on Tuesday evening focused on a historic house in the city, collections of traffic and parking violations and short-term rentals. All board members were present for the shorter than usual meeting. Prior to scheduled items, Butch Hause and Sarah Lincoln spoke at the citizen engagement portion of the meeting. They discussed their […]

Turquoise Hill Board of Directors

The independent directors of the board of directors of Turquoise Hill Resources Ltd. (TSX: TRQ) (NYSE: TRQ) (“Turquoise Hill” or the “Corporation”) reminds Minority Shareholders to vote FOR the resolution relating to the arrangement (the “Arrangement”) to receive C$43.00 per share in cash, representing a 67% premium to Turquoise Hill’s closing price of C$25.68 per […]

GoldHaven strengthens its

VANCOUVER, BC, October 26, 2022 VANCOUVER, BC, October 26, 2022 /PRNewswire/ – GoldHaven Resources Corp. (CSE: GOH) (OTCQB: GHVNF) (FSE: 4QS) (“GoldHaven” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that Bertram T. von Plettenberg joined the company board of directors as good as Strategic Advisor to GoldHaven’s management team. Mr. von Plettenberg brings significant financial […]

“I am a grotesque subhuman”: Incels use

Breadcrumb Links World New Incel forums, populated by men who consider themselves ‘ugly genetic garbage’, are characterized by self-loathing, anger and hatred of women Publication date : October 25, 2022 • 44 minutes ago • 3 minute read • 16 comments Incels claim that their physical deficiencies, disadvantaged by “lookism”, are what cause women to […]

Likely 2023 Santa Rosa County Impact Fee...

Impact fee will likely be back on the table in Santa Rosa County as a new commission is expected to take shape after the November election. The impact fee is one-time fees paid by homebuyers that go towards the infrastructure necessitated by a growing population. “I think the thing to do is take the impact […]

Rappler’s Rambo Talabong among 7 panelis

The Jaime V. Ongpin Journalism Seminar, which aims to recognize journalists for their work, will be held online for the third time on October 27 Multimedia journalist Rappler Rambo Talabong has been chosen to be part of the prestigious Jaime V. Ongpin Journalism Seminar (JVOJS) panel, the Center for Media Freedom and Accountability (CMFR) announced […]

Morris School Board Honors National Meri...

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Vanda Pharmaceuticals Announcement – Gur

WASHINGTON, October 21, 2022 WASHINGTON, October 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Vanda Pharmaceuticals Inc. (Vanda) (Nasdaq: VNDA) today announced that the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has granted Orphan Drug Designation to VPO-227 for the treatment of cholera. While the incidence of cholera in the United States is low, cholera is a widespread infectious […]

FCPT Announces Eric S. Hirschh

Four Corners Property Trust (NYSE: FCPT), a real estate investment trust (REIT) principally engaged in owning and acquiring high-quality, online-leased restaurant and retail properties (“FCPT” or the “Company”), today announced that Eric S. Hirschhorn has resigned from his role as an independent director of the Company’s Board of Directors (“Board”) to focus on other business […]

Belding officials debate board renewals

Team Kathy Bresnahan for Montcalm, Board of County Commissioners. Members of Belding City Council discuss renewals of City Council terms at the council meeting on Tuesday evening. — DN Photo | Emilee Owens BELDING — Members of Belding City Council voted 4-1 on Tuesday to table a discussion about reappointing two people to the Recreation […]

Proxy Advisor Glass Lewis Reco

Turquoise Hill Resources Ltd. (TSX: TRQ) (NYSE: TRQ) (“Turquoise Hill” or the “Company”) today announced that proxy advisor Glass Lewis has recommended that shareholders of the Company vote “FOR” the plan of arrangement proposed previously announced. pursuant to which, among other things and subject to the satisfaction or waiver of all applicable conditions precedent, Rio […]

SRVUSD Board to Vote on New Contract wit...

The San Ramon Valley Unified School District school board is due to provide details Tuesday on the outcome of labor negotiations with unionized teachers at the San Ramon Valley Education Association, ahead of a vote on the successor agreement for the current school year. SRV USD logo. Provisions of the new deal would see SRVEA […]

Lakota must allow public comment despite...

Federal judge rules local Lakota schools must continue to allow community members to speak at board meetings despite a recent motion, the board passed 4-1 to suspend public comment until its public participation policy is reviewed. Board member Darbi Boddy was the only one to vote against movement which was passed last week, introduced by […]

Hamilton College presents a discussion o...

CLINTON— Hamilton College, 198 College Hill Road, will present a free lecture by Elisabeth Anker, associate professor of American studies and political science at George Washington University, at 4 p.m. on Thursday, October 20. Titled “Ugly Freedoms,” the conference is open to the public and is on campus in the Kirner-Johnson Building, room 127. Anker […]

Board of Ed nominee’s book withdrawal re

Oct. 15—A local school board candidate calls for the removal of dozens of books from Frederick County public school libraries, reigniting a discussion about how the district chooses materials. Education Not Indoctrination nominee Cindy Rose shared a list of 35 books before beginning her public comments at the Frederick County School Board meeting on Wednesday. […]

Oil-Dri Dec Board of Directors

CHICAGO, Oct. 14, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — On October 12, 2022, the Board of Directors of Oil-Dri Corporation of America (:ODC) declared quarterly cash dividends of $0.28 per common share of the Company and $0.21 per unit of the Company’s Class B shares. Dividends declared will be payable on November 25, 2022 to shareholders of […]

Board of Ed nominee’s book withdrawal re

A local school board candidate is calling for the removal of dozens of books from Frederick County public school libraries, reigniting a discussion about how the district chooses materials. Education Not Indoctrination nominee Cindy Rose shared a list of 35 books before beginning her public comments at the Frederick County School Board meeting on Wednesday. […]

6 annoying Samsung One UI 5 beta problem...

Samsung’s Galaxy S and Galaxy Z series phones dominate our best Android phones list, and with the imminent release of One UI 5, your smartphone is about to get a lot cooler. Some of the software overlay updates include 16 preset color themes based on the user’s current wallpaper, in addition to camera improvements for […]

Political divide emerges in Board of Edu...

The state board of education voted 4-3 on Wednesday against adopting American Birthright Social Studies Standards from a national conservative coalition to guide Colorado educators who teach history, economics, geography and civics. The board, which often has unanimous decisions on issues relating to assessments, teacher licensure and reading strategies, voted along partisan lines, with all […]

PanCAN Science Summit Offers Data Sharin...

The PanCAN Early Detection Initiative leadership team, including staff and researchers from several institutions, in front of the poster presented at the Science Summit opening reception. After two years of virtual gatherings, the PanCAN Scientific Summit was back in person last month in Boston. The event hosted current research grant recipients, Scientific and Medical Advisory […]

School Board Tables Bill Talk: Discussio...

CLAREMONT – The Claremont School Board has chosen to table the discussion around the New Hampshire State Bill 420 mandate article. The council voted unanimously to table the discussion, with the aim of seeking legal advice or contact with the Department of Education before moving forward. NH SB 420, which was signed by Governor Sununu […]

William Planning Commission opposes incr...

Prince William County planners have recommended further residential density limitations in the proposed comprehensive plan update. Last week, the Planning Commission voted 5 to 2 to recommend approval of the chapters on land use and electrical services of the Global Plan with nearly a dozen changes. Commissioners Joseph Fontanella Jr. (Coles) and Tom Gordy (Brentsville) […]

Chatham County School Board candidate Ti...

Editor’s note: All applicants received two questionnaires by the News + Record. The first asked general questions about the candidates and their goals; the second posed specific political questions to the office. Moore only submitted the second questionnaire. The questions are indicated in bold, any question left blank has not been answered by the candidate. […]

55+ housing units planned for former Woo...

TEWKSBURY – The Tewksbury Planning Council met on September 26, 2022 at Tewksbury Town Hall. City planner Alex Lowder discussed the city’s sidewalk fund, built up over several years of collecting levies in lieu of sidewalks from developers. Lowder suggested the board start thinking about how to implement the funds in the community. She also […]

SLPL wants discussion of library service...

East. Reading time: 4 minutes The Southern Lehigh Public Library is located at 3200 Preston Lane in Center Valley, Lehigh County. The library currently serves and receives financial support from the three municipalities that make up the Southern Lehigh School District – the Township of Upper Saucon, the Borough of Coopersburg, and the Township of […]

Buzzards Bay Weekly Farmers Market Gets ...

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Citizen Tribeca | Bulletin: October 6

Bulletin: October 6 October 6, 2022 • Newsletter NEW KID ON THE BLOCK: BURGER VILLAGEThe local chain’s seventh outlet offers everything burger – from vegan to bison to ostrich and everything in between. …………………………….. TCQ&R: CRAIG T. PETERSONThe new president of the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council has been a staple of the downtown arts scene […]

Belchertown Select Board Meeting Filled ...

BELCHERTOWN – The Board discussed committee appointments, expressed congratulations to the Town Treasurer/Tax Collector and gratitude to everyone who helped organize the Belchertown Fair. Board Chair Jen Turner was not present, so the September 26 meeting was chaired by Vice Chair Jim Barry. Members of the agricultural commission The first item on the agenda was […]

How conducting a blended mode course is ...

Professors are increasingly called upon to lead “blended mode” courses, sometimes referred to as hybrid or HyFlex courses. These sessions are conducted with some students in person and others using Zoom or other conferencing tools to view and participate remotely. Mixed-mode courses present new challenges for teachers who are used to teaching a course in […]

Select Board votes, 3-2, on the city’s m

WILMINGTON – After failing to garner enough support at the previous meeting, Economic Development Committee Chair Mike Champoux and Tom Stirling of Stirling Brandworks returned to the board on Monday evening with new ideas for a marketing slogan municipal. Champoux explained that Stirling Brandworks started over with the slogan after hearing feedback from the board […]

SD Panel: Leaders are the Key to Better ...

According to a panel of South Dakota experts in public discourse, holding elected leaders accountable for rude or rude behavior is a strategy to help restore civility in American politics. In a recent poll commissioned by South Dakota News Watch, 79% of 500 registered voters said civility in America had gotten worse over the past […]

City postpones sewage presentation by St...

Christopher Gobler, Ph.D., a professor in the School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences at Stony Brook University, expressed concern during a city council business session about the placement of a waste treatment plant waste. (Courtesy picture) Plans to continue a discussion of the Centre’s sewage project, originally scheduled for Tuesday’s city council business session, are […]

Mixed reactions, mostly in favor of Cant...

CANTON — A strategic plan to move McKinley High School downtown and reconfigure several elementary schools was expected to spark discussion and different reactions in the Canton community. Superintendent Jeff Talbert recommended the changes to the Canton City School District Boarding on Wednesday. Talbert’s vision includes a new McKinley High School building on the Timken […]

Once again, McFarland town leaders are p...

Credit: Emma Gallegos / EdSource Ruben Abundis and Nicole Franco make jester hats at the McFarland Library. Credit: Emma Gallegos / EdSource Ruben Abundis and Nicole Franco make jester hats at the McFarland Library. Representatives from the town of McFarland are lobbying the Kern County Board of Supervisors to reconsider the town’s plan to turn […]

Supervisors agree to pay part of seller’

TR PHOTO BY ROBERT MAHARRY Realtor Kristina Reece, left, and Marshall County Zoning Administrator Todd Apfel, right, engage in a discussion about a request that the county cover part of the inspection septic tank for seller of rural midstate property. The board of supervisors eventually agreed to pay $540 of the $2,246 […]

The Canton du Nord gives notice of depar...

BEMIDJI — Northern Township has given official notice of its intention to withdraw from the Greater Bemidji Area Joint Planning Board, an organization made up of a partnership between Northern Township and the town of Bemidji. Presented at a joint meeting between the North Township Council and Bemidji City Council on Monday, September 26, the […]

Waterville mayor complains to school boa...

WATERVILLE — Mayor Jay Coelho implored the Waterville School Board on Monday to do something to keep students safe in schools, saying his daughter was attacked by another student on Sept. 13 in the school bathroom and because she defended herself, she was suspended for the remainder. day and received some additional demerits. The attack […]

The Air Force Academy hosts a seminar on...

The United States Air Force Academy hosted a seminar on Thursday promoting “transgender visibility and awareness in our Air Force.” The “chat” session focused “on raising awareness for transgender communities in the military,” according to a copy of an invitation to the event obtained by the Free Washington Beacon. Events of this nature are part […]

Panel of experts: “Mobilization in Russi

On September 26, at 2:00 p.m., a round table of experts will be held on the theme: “Mobilization in Russia, pseudo-referendums and nuclear blackmail: consequences for Ukraine”. Organizers: Media Center Ukraine — Ukrinform. Speakers: Alina Frolova – Deputy Minister of Defense of Ukraine (2019-2020), Deputy Chairman of the Board of the Center for Defense Strategies; […]

IU Football at Cincinnati – Live Blog &

The Daily Hoosier is live at Nippert Stadium in Cincinnati for Indiana (3-0) against Cincinnati (2-1) Join us for live updates throughout the day and participate in the discussion thread below. The match will be televised on ESPN2 and will begin at approximately 3:30 p.m. Eastern Time. Refresh the page for pre-, during- and post-game […]

Joe Biden’s Social Security quote in 10

In August, more than 48.1 million older Americans collected a Social Security check. For the vast majority of these recipients — 89%, according to an April survey by national pollster Gallup — their Social Security income is essential to making ends meet. This dependence on social security payments should also pass on to future generations. […]

Chickens can finally come to roost in Fo...

After years of the poultry issue dividing the town of Forsyth, an ordinance was finally passed by the Forsyth Board of Aldermen to allow residents of Forsyth backyard chickens. At the Monday, September 19 meeting, council was called to vote on the first and second readings of Bill 548, an ordinance amending section 210.200 of […]

Statue debate sparks fiery defense of Co...

MATHEWS, Va. — Former county board member Jerry Sadler solemnly removed his red “Make America Great Again” hat as he approached the microphone. “The Lord commanded us to love one another,” he began in a calm voice. “I don’t hate anyone.” “But I hate some people’s behavior and ways,” he said, going on to call […]

District to reconsider testing schedule ...

Top New Hanover County school officials continue to debate a key part of the learning process: when mid-year testing should take place. The question is whether the calendar for the current school year, for 2022-23, should organize the final exams at the end of the first semester before or after the winter holidays. Testing is […]

Cabarrus County ITS Department Wins High...

STAFF REPORTS CONCORD – The Cabarrus County Department of Information Technology Services (ITS) has once again won first place in the County Government’s Overall Experience Award from the Center for Digital Government. The award recognizes state, city, and county achievements and best practices that “radically improve the experience of government services.” For Cabarrus, an updated, […]

Divided Escambia School Board votes not ...

The Escambia County School Board killed any talk about terminating Superintendent Tim Smith’s contract Tuesday night. An agenda item to discuss Smith’s contract was added to the agenda on Monday, but the board approved the agenda except for the contract. “I would like to ask for just cause for the addition of the article under […]

Escambia School Board to Discuss Firing ...

The Escambia County School Board is expected to possibly start discussions Tuesday night on whether or not to fire Escambia County Superintendent Tim Smith. The agenda item, titled “Superintendent Smith Contract,” was a late addition to the regular monthly board meeting agenda, added by District 2 School Board member Paul Fetsko. The item is described […]

Sources of strength topic of discussion

A vigorous conversation took place at a Coeur d’Alene School Board workshop on Monday night regarding programming in elementary schools in the district. The main discussion of the workshop focused on Sources of Strength, which is already in place in Coeur d’Alene middle and high schools as a suicide prevention program that uses the power […]

Lapsus$ hacker responsible for breach, U...

Uber Applied Sciences Inc. said on Monday that a hacker affiliated with the Lapsus$ hacking group was responsible for a cyberattack that last week prompted the ride-sharing company to quickly shut down several internal communications. Uber said the attacker did not access any personal accounts or databases containing sensitive personal information such as credit card […]

Weekend Talk – September 18, 2022

Hey Shacknews, it’s time for the weekend talk. Let’s officially close our weekend! Please take a look. Your daily dose of sudoku It wouldn’t be a nice Sunday night without a little sudoku. Today, Simon tackles a puzzle (not quite a sudoku) on the theme of a chessboard! The rules are a […]

Yakima County commissioner candidates as...

Candidates for the Yakima County Board of Commissioners gathered Thursday at the Civic Center in Terrace Heights to answer a series of questions from the Yakima Republican Women’s Club, which hosted the forum. Candidates were asked their stance on the usual topics: crime prevention, water issues and water rights, the county’s operating budget, and the […]

EVSC School Board District 2 Candidates ...

EVANSVILLE — The Courier & Press has asked nominees for the board of Evansville Vanderburgh School Corp. to share their answers to questions about education and public schools. Four seats are open to the seven-member school board in the Nov. 8 general election. They include one District 1 seat, two District 2 seats, and one […]

Crowd gathers for data, solar talk in Cu...

Over 100 people from Culpeper and area gathered at Kildee Farms on September 7 to hear from nine local groups about how the data and solar projects on the horizon could affect the county and its future. Speakers included Culpeper Alliance for Balanced Growth spokesperson Andrew Gutowski, Chuck Ladner of Friends of Culpeper Battlefields, Julie […]

Sugar Loaf Elementary plans to be raffle...

By ANGELA FARR KINGAlexander County School Board member Scott Bowman, as a member of the facilities committee, was called Tuesday evening, September 13, 2022, during the board meeting, to provide an update on the construction project. a new gymnasium. and an office at Sugar Loaf Elementary School. He showed rough drawings that had been done […]

Jersey Shore validates its end of region...

After months of public discussion, the Jersey Shore Borough Council approved its part of a contribution agreement to the Lycoming Regional Police Service on Monday. The unanimous approval of the Charter Agreement is the next step in the Borough’s action to formalize regionalization with Porter and Old Lycoming Townships. Regionalization was first introduced […]

Montgomery parent group concerned about ...

The Montgomery County Schools Superintendent defended the system’s decision to award a STEM learning contract to a company owned by a school board member’s spouse and blamed concerns about the award process on a inaccurate document on council website. During a school system update to the county board on Monday, Superintendent Monifa McKnight said the […]

Community calendar | News, Sports, Jobs

TUE/9-13 Beloit Youngstown Public Library and pop-up Mahoning County Library, 1:30 p.m., Beloit Recycling Center Boardman DARE, pétanque at Boardman Park, 5:30 p.m.; 330-729-0127 Central Canton Board meeting, 7 p.m. (postponed to September 14) Colombian School board, 6 p.m., high school media library Columbiana Planning Commission, 7 p.m., Town Hall; Zoom link on […]

Off the Hill is back this month; RECONC...

Our live political panel series returns this month! Rejoin rabble.ca on September 22, 2022 at 7:30 p.m. ET for “Off the Hill: What reconciliACTION looks like.” This month, we reflect on truth and reconciliation, ahead of National Truth and Reconciliation Day (or Orange Shirt Day) on September 30. This month, join guest MPs Leah Gazan, […]

City committees agree on affordable hous...

(Credit: Ambrose Clancy) Two municipal committees clash over the issue of affordable housing. It’s not because the Community Housing Fund Advisory Board and the Comprehensive Planning Advisory Committee have different views on the matter. J They seem to agree that affordable housing is a necessary part of maintaining the character of the community. But each […]

Stanley contract under discussion, facul...

President Samuel L. Stanley Jr.’s contract with Michigan State University is being discussed with the board. Spokeswoman Emily Gerkin Guerrant confirmed that “the board and the president are evaluating his contract” on Sunday afternoon. MSU Senate and Faculty Steering Committee Chair Karen Kelly-Blake and Vice Chair Stephanie Anthony said they are “seriously concerned about the […]

Controversy flows over nominations for M...

The selection process for new members of the Master Plan Implementation Committee (MPIC) appears to have stabilized following a boondoggle over nominations that spanned several public meetings in recent weeks. The Planning Board and Select Board, the two boards that jointly appoint MPIC members, presented sometimes heated discussions at the August 11-25 Planning Board meetings […]

Discussion between community and Akron p...

A forum Saturday at Burning Bush Church in downtown Akron demonstrated that tensions between police and the city’s African-American community remain high more than two months after the Filming of Jayland Walker on July 27. The three-hour Cops + Community event, billed as a discussion between police, pastors and the community, also revealed a consensus […]

Amarillo Area Public Meetings for the We...

Monday Potter County Commissioners Court 9:00 a.m.: Potter County Commissioners Hearing Room, 500 S. Fillmore, Room 106 Discussion and possible action regarding: Approval of the Statewide Automated Victim Notification Service and Victim Assistance Program grant contract with the Texas Attorney General’s Office; 2022-2023 budget for the Amarillo-Potter Event Venues District; County Clerk’s Records Archiving Plan […]

Wendel pitches the new JCC field | News...

SUNY Jamestown Community College is set to get a multi-million dollar football field. Chautauqua County Executive PJ Wendel will present his draft budget later this month. The county planning board has received an advanced list of capital projects proposed in Wendel’s draft budget, which includes $941,500 for the county’s share of a new […]