CALEB BOZARD News T&D Intern A South Carolina State University professor is set to publish a book documenting Charleston’s historic cemeteries. Patrick Harwood, a communications instructor at SC State, has already written four books. His forthcoming publication, “Cemetery Stories: The Cemeteries of Charleston,” documents the cemeteries of 13 churches andRead More →

As Time Goes By is researched and written for the Journal-Republican by the Piatt County Historical and Genealogical Society. 75 years ago The Piatt County Farm Festival will be held on August 5. Farmers from Piatt Coimty will gather at Lodge Park for a day of picnicking, old-fashioned sightseeing andRead More →

AUBURN — Discussing a large statue he made honoring famous abolitionist and former Auburn resident Harriet Tubman, sculptor Wesley Wofford said he felt Tubman guiding his hand. Wofford was one of several speakers on Saturday for a Tubman tribute event unveiling a cast of a statue Wofford made for aRead More →

Exercise classes return to Bishop Square After a two-year hiatus, Stay Active and Independent for Life exercise classes will return to Bishop Place Senior Living at 815 SE Klemgard St., Pullman. Classes start at 11 a.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Class size is limited to 15 people. The oneRead More →

On June 11, members of the far-right group Proud Boys allegedly hurled homophobic slurs at a California library’s story time, sparking a hate crime investigation. At a story time in Sparks, Nevada, on June 26, protesters, including one carrying a gun, sent a library into lockdown. Get metro tickets TheRead More →

It’s Christmas in July with Leslie Budewitz’s cozy new culinary mystery, “Peppermint Barked” coming out July 19th. The Ferndale author has concocted the sixth installment in his Spice Shop Mystery series. Sizzling with holiday suspense, “Peppermint Barked” is the perfect blend of comfort and crime. As the holiday season lightsRead More →

A community-based non-profit organization, the Jeremiah and Felicia Aderoju Foundation (JFA), which aims to meet the needs of impoverished African communities, has reaffirmed its commitment to the advancement of education and its determination to put education at the reach of rural populations. communities, especially in Oyo State. The founder, Mrs.Read More →

WESTTOWN >> West Chester Rustin made program history in 2022, winning a second consecutive American Ches-Mont Division Championship before claiming the first District 1, Class 5A softball crown. In a Golden Knights team full of talent, Kelly Fricker stood out again.Fricker put together an incredible season, earning sophomore shortstop honorsRead More →

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Are you ready for a new pet in your life? All of these animals are available for adoption at Iredell County Animal Services, 430 Bristol Drive, Statesville. All of this week’s pets have been spayed or neutered and are looking for their forever homes. Fee for dogs is $80 unlessRead More →

Two women-owned startups have won the top prize in the first ever tie recorded by the annual Gauntlet Business program and competition. Rudy Media’s daughtera Roanoke-based Uptown Martinsville-based film and media operation 3D electric iriswhich uses 3D printing to create innovations for modern farms, both won prizes worth approximately $29,800Read More →

Working: A Musical premieres at Parkway Playhouse June 4-18, 2022! Based on Studs Terkel’s best-selling book of interviews with American workers, Working paints a vivid portrait of the workers the world so often takes for granted: the teacher, the COVID frontline workers, the waitress, the carpenter, the mason and theRead More →

By Michelle Toh, CNN Business Amazon is closing its Kindle bookstore in China, marking yet another retreat for a Western tech giant in the world’s second-largest economy. The company announced on Thursday that from July 2023, Kindle users will no longer be able to buy books online in the country.Read More →

MARTINSBURG – Caroline “Danske” Bedinger Dandridge, was a poet, horticulturist, garden writer and amateur historian who lived in West Virginia and wrote several books on the history of the area, gardening and poetry. “All of his literary works were inspired by West Virginia,” said Angela Lawrence, WVU Family and CommunityRead More →

Library administrators will meet on Tuesday GOSHEN — The Goshen Public Library Board will meet at 5 p.m. Tuesday. The meeting will be held at the GPL Auditorium, 601 S. 5th Street, according to a press release. The school board will host a session GOSHEN — A Fairfield School BoardRead More →

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Mental health has become a mainstream discussion among Traverse City leaders this week, with the Traverse Area District Library (TADL) and the Northwest Michigan Coalition to End Homelessness addressing challenges related to a lack of local day shelters and disruptive user behavior of the Library, Traverse City and Grand TraverseRead More →

The Dayton Autism Society 5K Walk/Run/Resource Fair for Autism Acceptance is scheduled for Saturday, April 30. Credit: Contribution Credit: Contribution The Dayton Autism Society 5K Walk/Run/Resource Fair for Autism Acceptance is scheduled for Saturday, April 30. Credit: Contribution Credit: Contribution “We continue to bounce back from the pandemic and engageRead More →