National night returns The Gilroy Police Department and the Town of Gilroy will present National Night Out on October 4 from 4-7:30 p.m. at 350 West Sixth St., between City Hall and the Gilroy Library. The public is invited to get to know local police officers and participate in games,Read More →

In this series, we asked five questions of the three candidates from the 7th congressional district about the issues currently facing the United States and the 7th congressional district and will publish their answers. The candidates are Republican Eric Burlison, Democrat Kristen Radaker Sheafer and Libertarian Kevin Craig. Question 3Read More →

BOSTON, Mass. — Disinformation dominates the media in Brazil. President Jair Bolsonaro has spread false claims that the country’s elections are rigged. Other disinformation on sensitive topics, including the coronavirus pandemic, is rampant on social media. Misinformation in Brazil weakens national democracy, and as democracy crumbles, the country’s poverty rateRead More →

Kilah Dickey during his presentation Online Transcript System for High School Students at Ignite Columbus held at Helen Haddad Hall, Wednesday, April 27, 2022 Carla Clark | For the Republic By Jana Wiersema | The Republic [email protected] Two Columbus residents have started a startup aimed at facilitating smoother transfers ofRead More →

List your nonprofit and church events on the Jacksonville Progress What’s New Calendar for free by emailing your event information to editor@jacksonvilleprogress.com. The journal reserves the right to edit any submission for space and content. NOTE: Some of the following events may be canceled later. We have removed events thatRead More →

Liz Truss is considering designating fracking sites as infrastructure of national significance, which could exclude local communities and break a leadership campaign promise, the Guardian can reveal. During his campaign to become leader of the Conservative Party, Truss said new sites would only go ahead with local consent. However, thoseRead More →

After discussion and multiple references to “a crystal ball,” the Gettysburg Area School District (GASD) Board of Trustees ultimately rejected the $34 million heating, ventilation, and air conditioning renovation ( CVC) at James Gettys and Lincoln Elementary Schools during their Monday meeting. The 4-5 vote included school board members KennethRead More →

Royal Oaks United Methodist Church has a free spaghetti dinner at 4.30 p.m. At 6 p.m. St. James Male Choir will sing. The church is located at 1020 Kansas St., Kannapolis. Concord’s Double Bridge face-to-face games through Concord Parks and Recreation at the Hartsell Recreation Center, 60 Hartsell School Road,Read More →

Murals exist in almost every culture around the world and have long been used by people and communities to communicate with each other. The earliest known example of a mural is in South Africa and was drawn on a rock face 73,000 years ago. Later murals have been found inRead More →

SaskPower is seeking feedback from residents as they search for cleaner, greener and more innovative energy sources. Residents can provide feedback through in-person sessions or a new online tool, SaskPower spokesperson Scott McGregor explains. “So to keep our electricity reliable and cost effective, we’re going to be evaluating and developingRead More →

“Guatemala” by Eliana Miranda “Fronteriza,” which opens at the Oak Cliff Cultural Center on October 1, is a Dallas collaborative project Nuestra artists collective. The exhibition will feature nine female artists whose work explores concepts surrounding the US-Mexico border. “While some of the artists in the exhibit grew up inRead More →

Cowiche Canyon Conservancy’s Rocky Top Trails offer a unique combination of wildflowers, shrub-steppe, graded single-track mountain biking trails, and breathtaking views of the Yakima Valley. Frequent hikers and mountain bikers have seen this special environment change dramatically since DTG Recycle took over the nearby landfill and purchased a significant portionRead More →

Louisiana Poet Laureate Mona Lisa Saloy, known for exuberantly singing passages of her poetry at readings, will be a featured guest at the annual 100,000 Poets for Change reading at the Women’s Center for Healing and Transformation on October 1. in Abita Springs. The gathering of writers and poetry readersRead More →

ALBANY — As Congress considers another round of federal funding for COVID-19 relief, U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand, D-NY, on Wednesday called on congressional leaders to include at least $1 billion for officers community health providers in the next wave of potential COVID-19 aid funding. Appearing at a video news conferenceRead More →

A library card is a passport to the imagination, carrying the mind through space and time on streams of divergent ideas that bring the world into focus. It’s quite an adventure – especially considering that the humble library card itself is, well, quite humble. The Huntingdon County Library is onRead More →

PHILADELPHIA — (AP) — President Joe Biden charged in a primetime speech that the “extreme ideology” of Donald Trump and his supporters “threatens the very foundation of our republic,” as he convened Americans of all persuasions to help counter what he sketched as dark forces within the Republican Party tryingRead More →

By Dipo Olowookere The local stock market remained in bearish territory on Tuesday as it depreciated 0.07% at the close of business due to selling pressure in the banking sector. The loss recorded by the Nigerian Exchange (NGX) Limited was influenced by the 0.13% depreciation suffered by bank shares. TheRead More →

When I was young, I found it very strange to see women in public breastfeeding their babies. I now think back to my ignorance and wish I had received a better education regarding the benefits of breastfeeding and the importance of breastfeeding for the development of babies. During my firstRead More →

Homeless LGBTQ people being disadvantaged when finding resources to help them stay safe is not a new story in Austin. Queertopiaa local LGBTQ-led homelessness group, is doing all it can to help those lost in the current dysfunctional system, but as president of the organization Danielle Reichmann said, there isRead More →

Much has been written about the evolution of the streaming industry in 2022. Subscribers are going offline. Market share is down. For some observers, this change represents a natural pendulum swing after years of growth due to the pandemic. For others, declining subscriber growth for streaming market leaders is aRead More →

Area students interested in learning more about Hardin County Teen Court have the opportunity to do so this Thursday. At 6:30 p.m., the court will hold an open house at the Hardin County Justice Center at 120 E. Dixie Ave., Elizabethtown. Hardin District Judge Kimberly Shumate, who oversees the court,Read More →

Much has been written about the evolution of the streaming industry in 2022. Subscribers are going offline. Market share is down. For some observers, this change represents a natural pendulum swing after years of growth due to the pandemic. For others, declining subscriber growth for streaming market leaders is aRead More →

A local strike is unlikely, but multiple factors are making educators unhappy with their jobs, Toledo Federation of Teachers President Kevin Dalton said. TOLEDO, Ohio — Toledo Teachers’ Federation President Kevin Dalton said that while a teacher strike in Toledo is highly unlikely, that doesn’t necessarily mean teachers are happyRead More →

With a score that reflects exemplary performance, Rockwall ISD earned an A grade on the TEA Report Card in the latest state accountability scores released this week. Districts score an A (90-100) when they serve most students well, encouraging high academic achievement and/or appropriate academic growth for nearly all students.Read More →

Nearly 15 years ago, tourism officials in Brainerd started a way to promote the Lake District by commissioning colorfully painted ox statues from different groups. The 30 statues of “Babe” oxen are still visible throughout the region. Some have been repainted and moved, notably last year when Babe the WaabigwanRead More →

Thursday, August 18, 2022, 1:20 p.m.Press release: Hastings District Council Four months later, construction of Flaxmere’s new skate plaza is well underway, with the facility set to feature unique features including art design elements representing the area. RICH Landscapes owner Richard Smith and his team designed this skating plaza, addingRead More →

Boston’s Orange Line will be closed in days for major construction, and local mayors and city managers still lack ‘clear answers’ from MBTA on logistics, shuttles, traffic, service delays and more, said a mayor on Greater Boston. Medford Mayor Breanna Lungo-Koehn said that while the beleaguered Orange Line needs toRead More →