San Bruno completed its move to district elections last week, with a council split vote finalizing the process amid calls to consider other possibilities and friction over an election cycle that removes the ability of vice- mayor to seek re-election. The vote officially overturns the city’s current system in whichRead More →

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Design work is underway on elementary buildings in the Fremont Public Schools system, while schematic designs have been completed for construction projects at Fremont High School. The FPS this week announced an update on project planning for a $123 million bond issue passed by Fremont voters in September 2021. “WeRead More →

City school officials held a grand opening Thursday for a new community wellness center at Fallon Park Elementary School in southeast Roanoke. The LIFT Center, which stands for “Local Impact for Tomorrow,” will provide pediatric, dental, mental health, and educational services to students and their families. School superintendent Verletta WhiteRead More →

Eleven nonprofit, public and private entities announced March 10 the formation of the Cleveland Talent Alliance to develop a transparent and coordinated system to identify, attract, navigate, engage, onboard and retain top talent in Cleveland, with a focus initial on the rapidly growing IT/technology sectors, including financial services, healthcare andRead More →

At its March 14 meeting, the Planning and Zoning Commission got the ball rolling on possible changes to the zoning ordinance regarding drug and alcohol treatment centers, as well as drug rehabilitation facilities. in Fountain Hills. In late 2020, City staff received inquiries regarding the possibility of establishing a detoxRead More →

Rombat, the local market leader in automotive batteries, today received Q1 Ford Supplier certification confirming high quality standards, system capability, warranty and delivery performance, as well as meeting strict quality and environmental management. The standard of excellence places the Romanian automotive battery manufacturer in the “elite club” of Ford suppliersRead More →

When State Sen. Josh Becker, D-San Mateo, introduced a bill to “establish the minor league baseball players’ bill of rights,” I was skeptical. My first thought was that it wasn’t going anywhere. The minor league system used by Major League Baseball is so antiquated and so heavily weighted in favorRead More →

The German National Tourist Board (GNTB) supports the relaunch of the inspirational campaign German.Local.Culture. Restart of receptive tourism. Petra Hedorfer, Chief Executive Officer (CEO): “After two years of the Corona pandemic and in the context of the terrible war in Ukraine, the tourism industry is facing major challenges. In thisRead More →

MULTAN – Provincial Energy Minister Dr Akhtar Malik said on Monday that Pakistan’s outgoing government Tehreek-e-Insaf strongly believes in promoting local culture across the world. He voiced these views at a ceremony on Punjab Culture Day here at Tea House Multan. The provincial minister pointed out that the promotion ofRead More →

WASHINGTON (March 12, 2022)—The U.S. Department of Defense recently announced the following contract awards for local Navy operations. Contracts for March 7, 2022 No contractual data applicable. Contracts for March 8, 2022 Northrop Grumman System Corp., San Diego, CAis assigned a $97,314,948 Amendment (P00007) to a previously awarded Cost PlusRead More →

The McDowell County Public Library now offers a new online service for military personnel called Fold3. Fold3 provides convenient access to military records, including personal histories, photos and documents of the men and women who served. Fold3’s files help you discover and share stories about these everyday heroes, forgotten soldiersRead More →

After her son’s Thoreau School class got involved in raising the baby Blanding’s Turtles, Concord author Diana Renn came up with the idea for a new children’s mystery novel. “Trouble at Turtle Pond” tells the story of 11-year-old Miles, who moves to a new town and joins a group ofRead More →

imaginechina Shanghai prosecutors explored a better way to help local businesses set up corporate compliance systems. Corporate compliance broadly means adhering to rules and measures to ensure that employees and companies comply with relevant laws, standards and policies, touching on many aspects such as data security and property rights intelligenceRead More →

Katsuren-jo Castle Site © Uruma City School Board Beyond symbolic icons such as limestone castles, centenary citizens, the tricord sanshin and shisa (guardian lion dogs of the Ryukyu) perched on tiled rooftops, Japan’s southernmost archipelago has a distinct culture rooted in the deep history of the Ryukyu kingdom. From eatingRead More →

Kenneth L. Stilson Friday, February 18, 2022 The updated production of “Cinderella” by Rodgers and Hammerstein performed February 15-19 at Southeast Missouri State University’s River Campus. Kenneth L. Stilson Southeast Missouri State University’s production of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Cinderella” saw ticket sales the school hasn’t seen since the 2014-15 productionRead More →