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 →

Leadership camps scheduled for June ELKHART — Elkhart County students currently enrolled in seventh and eighth grades are invited to register and attend the Indiana Sheriffs Association’s 43rd Annual Youth Leadership Camp taking place in June. Sponsored by the Indiana Sheriff’s Association, students will have the opportunity to meet lawRead More →

Goat Ting Indianapolis-based TechPoint has named Ting Gootee — a well-known name in Indiana’s startup, venture capital and tech communities — as its next president and CEO. Gootee, 43, will join TechPoint on May 2, the organization announced Thursday morning. She replaces Mike Langellier, who announced in January that heRead More →

There was a lot of praise and positivity within the Huntingdon Area School District during the school board’s monthly workshop session on Monday. One area that has seen positive improvements is food service. During a presentation to discuss a proposed 2022-23 budget, Nutrition Group Regional Director Jennifer Weaver said theRead More →

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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 →

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 →

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 →

GLENS FALLS, NY (NEWS10) – A charity that sends thousands of children’s books to neonatal intensive care units at New York hospitals has just received its final numbers. This year, Glens Falls-based Project: Cameron’s Story did well with kids. On Monday, Project: Cameron’s Story announced 27,158 books raised during thisRead More →