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Pandemic mental health affects healthcar...

More than ever, healthcare and social workers are feeling the burden of being in a helping profession, with high levels of anxiety and burnout More help for stressed social workers is at hand. The Care to Speak peer support program has expanded to connect people in the social service sector with someone who understands. Since […]

Benjamin Franklin Transatlantic Fellowsh...

Program hosts: Purdue University in West Lafayette, Indiana The U.S. Department of State, Bureau of Cultural and Educational Affairs, and the U.S. Embassy Zagreb are pleased to announce the Benjamin Franklin Transatlantic Fellowship 2022. The four-week program addresses U.S. foreign policy priorities such as youth engagement, the development of democracy and civil society, and economic […]

Willem Dafoe hosts Cujo Arena’s “Badmini

People will go out of their way to take care of their dogs. This Saturday Night Live The sketch highlights the weirdest dogs and the things owners do to appease them. A tour of the Westminster Dog Show, Willem Dafoe and Aidey Bryant host the Badminster Dog Show, sponsored by Thunder Shirt (like in the […]

Surry County Most Wanted | Mount Airy N...

January 30, 2022 The longest month of winter is almost over The January swan song is almost here. The longest month of winter will end tomorrow. As February approaches, some of the coldest days of winter may be ahead, but February is a month of only 28 days. When February arrives, we will only have […]

Meet the remarkable Berkshire carer offe...

A Berkshire caregiver has shared how she shares her life with those in need. This caregiver opens her home to give vulnerable people in her community a chance to live a family life, rather than going to an institution. Mel Dorward and others like her are part of West Berkshire’s Shared Lives Program, which is […]

VVS students activate empathy with the S...

VERONA — The current and previous school years have presented students across the United States with social and emotional obstacles, but a nationally recognized program is coming to Verona to help them. Sweethearts & Heroes will work with middle and high school students at Vernon-Verona-Sherrill Central Schools from Monday, January 31 through Thursday, February 3. […]

In North Carolina, a pitched battle agai...

But the high stakes reflect what may be happening elsewhere – and in some cases it already is. In Ohio, state Supreme Court Justice Pat DeWine last fall rejected calls to recuse himself from redistricting lawsuits in which his father — Gov. Mike DeWine, a Republican — was a defendant. Days later, the state’s Republican […]

Upcoming Church Retreats and Messiah Lut...

Elaine Brown, who oversees food safety guidelines at Messiah Lutheran Church in Port Byron, presents a check for $800 to Don Carey, fire chief for the Rapids City Fire Protection District at the Port Fire Station Byron. Tyler Kline, left, of Rapids City and volunteer firefighter, and David Efflandt, the new Minister of Messiah, look […]

Mind body boost | Student life

Are you looking to improve your mental well-being, meet like-minded students, and improve your level of physical activity to promote good health? We offer many of our students the opportunity to participate in our brand new Mind body boost (MBB) which we are delighted to launch at the University of Stirling. The University of Stirling […]

COVID-19 Update: Mask Reminders and Remi...

Dear Caroline Community, This week, we’re sharing information about masks and reminders. Over the past seven days, we have had a symptomatic positivity rate of 33.7% at Campus Health and 14.7% at CTTP. For comparison, the positivity rate at UNC Health for symptomatic patients in the past seven days is 43%. The cases Campus Health […]

In the ‘chemo brain’, researchers see cl

Back in the first wave of the pandemic, Michelle Monje worried about the power of Covid-19 to confuse the brain. Seeing the massive inflammatory response to the virus and the first signs of what has become known as Covid’s long brain fog, she was reminded of the ‘chemo brain’ that cancer patients have mind-numbing side […]

South Okanagan-Similkameen Volunteer Cen...

The South Okanagan-Similkameen (SOS) Volunteer Center has added to its leadership group in the form of a new Executive Director and General Manager. Okanagan-Similkameen Regional District (RDOS) Director for Kaleden, Subrina Monteith, has been hired as the Executive Director of the SOS Volunteer Center, while Michael Magnusson has been named the organization’s new Executive Director. […]

North East Scotland College offers new s...

North East Scotland College is offering a new course for people who want to take a closer look at opportunities in the welfare sector. The fully-funded six-week program, Introduction to a Career in Human Services, is delivered entirely online. Participants set their own pace as they work through all the learning materials with regular one-on-one […]

The Federal Reserve examines the pros an...

As you can tell by our time on the program today, Federal Reserve Chairman Jay Powell has a lot on his plate right now. Degressive. Rise in interest rates. Probably impressing other Fed governors with his Wordle scores. Another issue high on the president’s to-do list? If the Fed should create its own digital currency, […]

CFCNCA Sees Exceptional Success With Com...

Federal employees and retirees have pledged more than $37.3 million and 42,800 volunteer hours Thank you donors! Celebration of $37.3 million raised in the CFCNCA Celebration of $37.3 million raised in the CFCNCA Washington, DC, Jan. 26, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The National Capital Region Combined Federal Campaign (CFCNCA) celebrates another successful campaign thanks to […]

SWOT Analysis of Social Media Monitoring...

New Jersey, United States, – Market Research Intellect has released a new publication on the Social Media Monitoring Software Market, titled “Social Media Monitoring Software Market Analysis and Forecast 2022”. The publication provides an in-depth assessment of the global automotive chassis dynamometer market based on competition, market dynamics, market segmentation, and other vital aspects. The […]

News – In Memoriam: Martha Sharp Joukows

January 25, 2022 Martha Sharp Joukowsky at the opening of Brown University, 2015. Courtesy Joukowsky Institute for Archeology and the Ancient World, Brown University. It is with great sadness that we share the news of the passing of Martha Sharp Joukowsky and offer our deepest condolences to her family, friends and colleagues. Martha died on […]

The 2021 Old Lyme Citizen of the Year is...

Old Lyme’s 2021 Citizen of the Year Cheryl Poirier (second from left) stands with the Old Lyme Board of Selectmen (left to right) First Selectman Timothy Griswold, Selectman Matt Ward and Selectwoman Martha Shoemaker. Photo by Michele Dickey. OLD LYME — At tonight’s Annual Municipal Meeting, Old Lyme’s first selector, Timothy Griswold, announced the closely […]

Police increase patrols in small village...

LITTLE VILLAGE — Chicago police are stepping up patrols in Little Village and offering a $15,000 reward for information leading to an arrest in the murder of 8-year-old Melissa Ortega on 26th Street. Police Superintendent David Brown told a Monday news conference that investigators had “very strong leads” in the case, but declined to give […]

US expands work program to retain more f...

The Biden administration has expanded the types of degrees that can qualify international students for a three-year work permit after graduation in an effort to increase US competitiveness in math and science. science. The Department of Homeland Security has added 22 new degree programs to its list of fields that allow graduates to work for […]

How Startup Insurers Captured Medicare A...

Alignment, Bright Health Group and other insurers with a strong presence in California all suffered from competitor SCAN Health Plan’s aggressive benefit design during the annual enrollment period, said Ari Gottlieb, principal at A2 Strategy Group. The for-profit player grew its Medicare Advantage enrollment 16.8% month-over-month to 258,028 enrollees and expanded outside of California to […]

Banner Health doctor, Hearts and Horses ...

A new program created between Banner Health and the Hearts and Horses program is teaching local physicians a new way of thinking about leadership and communication, straight from the horse’s mouth. Michele Alba, family medicine faculty member of Banner Health’s Northern Colorado Family Medicine Residency Program, created the Stables to Stethoscopes program to help physicians […]

Can works like “Don’t Look Up” get us ou

Next month, Hulu will premiere the “Pam & Tommy” miniseries, a fictionalized account of the release of Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee’s personal sex tape, which was stolen from their home in 1995 and sold on what was then called the “wide web world.” The show presents the tape as helping the web become more […]

Community leaders demand reward for murd...

A group of community activists gathered on Saturday to call on state officials to introduce a reward for information leading to the murder of a 16-year-old girl whose body was found dumped along the highway in the harbor (110). LOS ANGELES – A 16-year-old woman, Tioni Theus, was found the victim of a homicide on […]

Razorbacks Down UCA and Kansas City in t...

NORTH LITTLE ROCK, Ark. – The University of Arkansas women’s tennis team kicked off its 2022 dual season by defeating Central Arkansas, 6-1, and Kansas City, 5-0, on Saturday at Burns Park Tennis Center. Starting the day against their foe in the state, the Razorbacks quickly took the double with a three-court sweep. The doubles […]

Service clubs dwindle as members age, CO...

More than forty years ago, these two dozen clubs displayed signs in Rio Rancho. File photo. A 2009 online article noted that “Service clubs are a uniquely American institution that began in the heartland, though they are now found on both coasts, as well as in virtually every country in the world. …“The questions of […]

Live updates from the fourth stimulus ch...

Faster tax refunds for EITC recipients? The 2022 tax season starts in Ernest le Monday and it could be difficult. The IRS is starting this year with a large backlog of unprocessed tax returns from last year, possibly as high as 10 million. The agency advises taxpayers to file early and electronically to get their […]

Environmentalists vow to fight latest Ki...

An energy economist says the world will watch as a proposal by an Australian onshore oil fracking company in the Kimberley is being reviewed by Western Australia’s environmental watchdog. Key points: Theia Energy’s fracking proposal released by EPA for public comment this week Kimberley project could unearth Australia’s biggest oil supply Environmentalists have called for […]

Aegis Capital Corp. Announces Hiring of...

NEW YORK, NY/ACCESSWIRE/January 21, 2022/Aegis Capital Corp. (“Aegis”), a full-service wealth management, financial services and investment banking firm, is pleased to announce that Andrew L. Johnson has joined the firm as Executive Vice President of investment bank. Andrew L. Johnson has extensive experience in several facets of the small and mid cap investment banking process. […]

Post Falls Pride

POST FALLS — She is a leader, business owner, dedicated community supporter and role model for young women around the world. That’s why Eve Knudtsen is the Post Falls Chamber of Commerce’s 2022 Citizen of the Year. Knudtsen was honored at the annual community recognition gala at Red Lion Templin’s on the River on Thursday […]

Latest Covid-19 News: Live Updates

Members of the University of Pretoria veterinary team take samples from a lion that contracted the coronavirus from its handlers at a zoo in Johannesburg.Credit…Marietjie Venter JOHANNESBURG – Lions at a South African zoo who caught the coronavirus from their handlers were sick for more than three weeks and continued to test positive for up […]

A senior from PEI. cannot find housing ...

Seniors in P.E.I. are feeling the housing crisis more than most, with rising rental costs outpacing fixed incomes for retirees or welfare. Ask Valérie Arsenault. The Charlottetown woman’s landlord took the names of several tenants in the Kensington Road apartment building where she lives, put them in a hat and pulled one out. The “winner” […]

Names in the News: The People Shaping th...

FNBD Bank promotions DERIDDER — First National Bank DeRidder (FNBD) welcomed the new year with the following promotions and new hires: Robert “Robie” Touchette was promoted to SVP, Chief Banking Officer on Beauregard Parish and Calcasieu Parish. Matt Fruge was promoted to SVP, Chief Operations Officer. Mandy Thomas was promoted to AVP, commercial lender of […]

MSMEs: MSMEs now prioritize cross-border...

As Indian small and medium enterprises learn to cope with changing market scenarios due to the ongoing pandemic, their participation in online selling, social commerce and cross-border trade has increased significantly. According to a recent survey, 9 out of 10 MSMEs say that trading across borders is a key area for business growth and 2 […]

Coweta librarian uses social media to ra...

Jeffrey Cullen-Dean/The Newnan Times-Herald Kristen Timoteo stacks books at the Grantville branch of the Coweta Public Library System. Join one of the Facebook groups for Grantville residents and you might find a video of Kristen Hayes Timoteo reading aloud. Timoteo is the Branch Manager for the Grantville and Senoia locations of the Coweta Public Library […]

Obituary: Colleen Eubanks (01/18/22) | ...

Colleen Eubanks LINCOLN, Neb. ?? Colleen Eubanks died on January 11, 2022, after a long battle with pancreatic cancer. Colleen was born in Oxford, Neb., in August 1939, the daughter of Otto and Edythe Christianson. She grew up in Holbrook, Neb., and attended Holbrook High School, where she met her future husband, Gene. Both Colleen […]

Neumann names new dean of nursing – Delc

ASTON – Neumann University has appointed Dr Theresa Pietsch as Dean of its School of Nursing and Health Sciences. Pietsch succeeds Dr. Kathleen Hoover, who served as the school’s dean for the past 17 years. Pietsch came to Neumann in 2008 as an assistant professor of nursing and has worked her way up, serving as […]

NB offers wage supplement to some worker...

Workers who provide services to vulnerable residents will see a wage supplement. The provincial government offers a wage supplement of $3 per hour for people working in vulnerable environments and earning less than $18 per hour. The emergency wage supplement for essential work came into effect on Saturday, January 15 after the province moved to […]

Paul Moyer Named New Penn State Scranton...

Penn State Scranton Chancellor Marwan Wafa announced that Paul Moyer has been chosen as Penn State Scranton’s new athletic director. Moyer graduated from St. Mary’s College of Maryland in St. Mary’s City, Maryland, in 1981 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in social science and economics. Later, he graduated from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, […]

2022 Chip Ganassi Race Team Owner Honore...

The 27th Annual Northeast Florida’s Longest-Lasting Classic Car Event, and One of the Nation’s Top Concours d’Elegance, Has a Modern Racing Legend Coming in March as the 2022 Winner . The Amelia Island Concours d’Elegance also gains a new name for the new year. Renamed The Amelia, the annual event from March 3-6 will honor […]

Celebrate Betty White Day with an animal...

It took Betty White’s death for many of us to realize the depth of her benevolence over her lifetime – especially when it came to animals. White was an animal lover, lawyer and patron who cared for numerous dogs – allegedly at one point she had 26 dogs – during her 99 years. The Golden […]

Fintech company WeRize targets $200 mill...

WeRize, India’s first comprehensive socially distributed financial services platform for small towns, said it expects to reach $200 million in annualized revenue by 2025. The company, which has 500,000 customers , aims to onboard 2 million customers over the next three years. and expanding its presence in more than 4,000 small towns across the country. […]

California tries ‘whole person care’ for

In summary Faced with a myriad of social pathologies, California will try a new approach – a more integrated and aggressive treatment. As it faces the stubborn COVID-19 pandemic, California also grapples with an assortment of equally resilient social pathologies, including chronic disease, homelessness, poverty, drug and alcohol addiction, mental illness and street crime. State […]

‘He was magic’: Lancaster teacher who di

A Lancaster School District teacher who died last week after an accident in Manheim Township, the cause of which is unclear, is remembered as a selfless and devoted friend by those who knew him. Lancaster School District Cyber ​​Pathways teacher Christopher Perry “was a fighter for people less fortunate,” said Nate Bomberger, one of his […]

The executive director of the Princeton ...

Izzy Kasdin, who served as executive director of the Princeton Historical Society (HSP) since May 2016, will step down at the end of the month. Since 2007, Kasdin has been involved with HSP as a volunteer, research assistant and curator before assuming this leadership role. A native of Princeton, Kasdin will enter the next phase […]

‘Angoori Bhabhi’ Got Trolled For Offerin

“Bhabhiji Ghar Par Hain” TV series actress Shubhangi Atre is once again a victim of trolls. In fact, on the occasion of Makar Sankranti, Angoori Bhabhi shared a video on his social media account. In this, the actress is seen offering Arghya to Surya. Shubhangi, engrossed in the puja, chants mantras. Although the actress made […]

Centraide’s leadership program promotes

Every year for forty years, Centraide of Greater Saint Joseph has done its best to create and prepare community leaders, and 2022 is no exception to this rule. Among this year’s class are Buchanan County Public Administrator Annette Bertelsen, Commerce Bank Assistant Vice President Jacob Dillon, Buchanan County Assistant Attorney Michelle Davidson and Communications Associate […]

Q&A with Bethel Student Body President a

As Student Body President and Vice President, Blake Birno ’23 and Marissa Cutlan ’23 lead Bethel Student Government (BSG), a student-run organization comprised of seven departments that all exist to enhance the student experience. from Bethel. Here they reflect on their decision to run for office, their work at G.S.O., and their advice to new […]

The Bulldogs Youth Leadership Program is...

By Molly Magennis The Western Bulldogs Community Foundation Youth Leadership Program is back in 2022, with applications open to western youth. The program is open to people aged 14-16 who live or work in Ballarat, Ararat, Melton, Pyrenees, Brimbank, Hobsons Bay and Maribyrnong. The program, established in 2013, gives participants the opportunity to learn from […]

Army offers $50,000 bonus to highly qual...

(WXYZ) – US Army recruiters say the pandemic has impacted their work because they’ve found it harder to reach students in person and educate them about what the military has to offer . A competitive labor market within the pandemic has also been implicated. So the Army decided to increase its incentives with a signing […]

Welcome to 2022 with UC San Diego’s Chan

Changemaker Week events will go virtual for the 2022 celebration. Photos by Erik Jepsen/UC San Diego Communications. All photos taken before the COVID-19 pandemic. Jhe start of the year brings new opportunities to take action that positively benefits our local communities, our region and more. At UC San Diego, students, staff, faculty, alumni, and community […]

Julia M. Holdorf – The Daily Reporter

FORTVILLE Julia M. Holdorf, 87, died Sunday, Jan. 8, 2022, at IU Health Methodist Hospital in Indianapolis. She was born on August 17, 1934 in Crawfordsville, IN to Foster A. and Mary A. (Smith) McMasters. Julia was a devoted housewife to her husband and children. She worked as a cashier at the Kroger grocery store […]

Bethel joins efforts of a group of young...

The Career and Leadership Development Office has joined “Campus Wichita”, a program launched in 2021 to give students a chance for professional development and networking for 10 weeks over the summer. “I’m so thrilled that Bethel is partnering with the W, Wichita Chamber’s Young Professionals Division, on an initiative called Wichita Campus,” said Megan Kershner, […]

Industry-first SyntraNet ™ and Martti ™

DELRAY BEACH, Florida, January 12, 2022 / PRNewswire / – UpHealth, Inc. (NYSE: UPH) today announced a full integration of its technology platforms that expands the ability of care teams to manage value-based and other health care programs. population health to include real-time and remote resources, including language interpreters. UpHealth now offers the only integrated […]

Governor Newsom announces appointments 1...

SACRAMENTO – Governor Gavin Newsom today announced the following appointments: Hannah Gbeh, 40, of Bonsall, has been appointed to the board of directors for the California Exposition and State Fair. Gbeh has been the Executive Director of the San Diego County Agricultural Office and Administrator of the San Diego Area Irrigated Lands Group since 2019. […]

Steve A Riffero – The Independent of San

Steve A Riffero went peacefully to his spiritual home on the afternoon of September 9, 2021. He was born in Santa Barbara, California, at St Francis Hospital on December 21, 1931 to Mauricio and Zefferina (Favro) Riffero. He attended Franklin Elementary School, SBJH and SBHS. Throughout his life, Steve volunteered with many organizations in Santa […]

Province not considering enforcing socia...

With the COVID-19 variant Omicron rapidly spreading, Alberta’s top doctor says it would make sense to require physical distance in large rooms, but it doesn’t have to be. “Currently, if a facility is under the Restriction Exemption Program (REP), it is recommended that people be at least two meters apart between households. However, it is […]

New Benefits For Victims Of Crime Delaye...

A temporary compensation program for victims of crime in Alberta is depriving people of the benefits they deserve, say victims and advocates. Changes in the way the Government of Alberta allocates money from the Victims of Crime and Public Safety Fund could also result in higher long-term costs to the health care system, social services […]

Happy B’day Katharine Burr Blodgett: inv

The 19th century was considered the century of men; the women were seen as simple housewives and had not received an adequate education. The famous 19th century entrepreneurs, industrialists, scientists and research practitioners were mostly men. There were women entrepreneurs, inventors who defied this convention include Margaret Knight well known for founding Eastern Paper Bag […]

DVIDS – News – Navy Sailor Coaches Wrest

SMYRNA, GA – (January 4, 2022) “Coaching unlocks a person’s potential to maximize their growth,” said John Whitmore, author of Coaching for Performance. This philosophy parallels the mission of Navy Talent Acquisition Group (NTAG) Atlanta. Civilians from across the country are joining the Navy to improve themselves and unleash their maximum potential. The Navy can […]

Covid updates: long waits and extra expe...

PictureStudents and staff at public schools in Clayton County, Ga. Waited in a line of more than 100 vehicles for coronavirus tests on Wednesday.Credit…Dustin Chambers for The New York Times Many Americans have stood in long lines at free test sites since before the Christmas and New Years holiday rush. Many more bypass the lines […]

Frank R. Dawe Obituary | Star Tribune

Dawe, Frank R. Age 84, of Plymouth, passed away peacefully in his sleep on November 22, 2021. Preceded by Joan, his beloved wife of 56 years, his brother James (Bonnie) and his parents (Laura, Rand, and Wally), and is survived by daughter Heather (Bruce), son Fred (Kathya), brothers Larry and John (Shirley and Jonathon), other […]

The company donates the Clarks tavern to...

The Perry County Historical Society is looking to transfer the Clarks Ferry Tavern in Duncannon to a new non-profit organization, the Friends of Clarks Ferry Tavern, which will focus solely on the restoration and management of the historic building. “They don’t want accountability anymore,” Russ Hoover, speaking on behalf of the Friends of Clarks Ferry […]

Abusive audio call featuring BharatPe fo...

The leaked audio clip, which first appeared online on Wednesday via anonymous social media, features a conversation in which Grover repeatedly abuses and threatens to kill the Kotak employee during an alleged encounter with the police, or extrajudicial murder, for its failure. to obtain the allocation of funds for the initial public offering of Nykaa. […]

Texas Health Resources Joins National Co...

Texas Health Resources has announced its selection to be part of one of 20 teams nationwide to participate in the American Hospital Association (AHA) Hospital community collaboration. The national collaboration aims to provide proven knowledge and resources to create effective collaborations between hospitals and community organizations with a mission to advance health equity. The Texas […]

Coming Up: Leadership Brunch, Wreath Col...

With the arrival of 2022, now is a good time to work on those New Year’s resolutions to be your best. Help out wreath salvage from Central Texas State Veterans Cemetery or volunteer for Love Your Park Day of Service, work on those fitness goals with the Sole Night Run / Walk 5K, or improve […]

Iowa DOT providing emergency contact inf...

COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa (KMTV) – While we hope this never happens, you may find yourself in an emergency. Now in Iowa, the people who matter most to you can be told if something happens to you much faster. Under the new legislation, the Iowa Department of Transportation is now required to ask anyone who renews […]

Wild Wednesday – Happy New Year

History links Register for the Wildcat Wednesday Follow Dave Heeke on Twitter To follow Dave heeke on Twitter | Register for the Wildcat Wednesday GOOD YEAR As we open our first Wildcat email Wednesday of 2022, I wish the Wildcat family a Happy New Year! Arizona Athletics achieved excellence in 2021 with a historically successful […]

A deep dive into the vast world of sport...

Where everyone has something to say Maybe Andy Warhol had the right idea, but the wrong medium: in the future, it’s not that everyone will be famous for 15 minutes. It’s that everyone will produce a sports podcast. Start with ESPN: The Disney-owned sports media giant offers dozens of digital audio shows to play anytime […]

Verisk Achieves Second Consecutive Great...

Great place to work badge British certification British certification LONDON / MADRID, January 05, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Global leading data analytics provider Verisk (NASDAQ: VRSK) has achieved certification as a Great Place to Work in UK and Spain for the second year consecutive, awarded by the consulting firm Great Place to Work®, leader in […]

St Clair County Health Department Offers...

The St. Clair County Department of Health has announced it is ready to provide COVID-19 testing starting Tuesday. In a social media post, the St. Clair County Emergency Management Agency announced that the health department will be conducting COVID-19 testing Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the department’s office in Pell City. […]

Michigan No.1 to open 2022 season by wel...

Michigan No.1 to open 2022 season by welcoming Georgia No.15 to Crisler 1/4/2022 13:53:00 // Megan McIntosh Michigan was voted No. 1 in the WCGA preseason poll for the first time in program history.Wolverines return 10 winners and add three freshmen to the roster.Michigan and Georgia will meet for the first time since 2018. UM […]

Helene Meyerhoffer

Helen Meyerhoffer from Newton, NJ passed away peacefully on Tuesday morning December 21, 2021 at her home in Bristol Glen Assisted Living with her beloved daughter by her side. She was 93 years old. She was born May 14, 1928 and raised in Paterson, NJ, where she has lived most of her life. In 1994, […]

In 2022, here’s a powerful question to a

Salvation. Good year! In some ways, 2022 is a new start. In other ways, it’s a continuation of what you were already working on in 2021. Both are good. You don’t have to start over if what you were doing before worked. If that didn’t work, then a change might be a really good idea. […]

Additional help from child tax credit en...

This does not happen. Polls have found the public to be roughly divided on whether the program should be extended, with opinions dividing along partisan and generational lines. And the expanded tax credit failed to convince the person whose opinion mattered most: West Virginia Democrat Senator Joe Manchin III, who raised concerns about the cost […]

Guest comment: The proposed reform of co...

This commentary was originally written as a letter to San Diego City Councilor Joe LaCava. At its December 2 meeting, the La Jolla Community Planning Association discussed the planning group “reform” project. The LJCPA understands the need for planning groups to align with the city charter; therefore, we support legal consistency. We also agree that […]

North County School News, January 2

CARLSBAD Agency names superintendent “to watch” Dr. Ben Churchill, superintendent of the Carlsbad Unified School District, was recently named “Superintendent to Watch 2021” by the National School Public Relations Association. Churchill joins just 18 other superintendents nationwide who were selected in recognition of their innovative and effective use of technology to engage and educate the […]

Cllr Doyle: Minister of Finance’s offer

Aontú adviser Emmet Doyle has called on Finance Minister Conor Murphy to provide 100% of the funding needed to transform mental health services in the North. Cllr Doyle, who represents the Ballyarnett neighborhood, said that while the funding provided so far is a start, more help is needed from the Department of Finance. Last month […]

Sycamores welcome Bradley as MVC action ...

History links HIGH EARTH, Ind. – Indiana State continues the Missouri Valley Conference game on Jan. 2 at the Hulman Center as the Bradley Braves arrive in town. The tipoff is scheduled for 1 p.m. on ESPN +. The game will also be available on radio on 105.5 The Legend in the Wabash Valley and […]

Abigail Sarom Fitzgerald | News, Sports...

Abigail Sarom Fitzgerald, 20, of Brookline, NH, died on Wednesday, December 22, 2021 at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston from complications from acute myocarditis. Abbie passed away peacefully surrounded by her loving family and dedicated medical team. Abigail was born on June 29, 2001 in Battambang, Cambodia and was cared for by her loving nanny […]

Residents who live near Asheville homele...

By Kimberly King, WLOS After weeks of headlines on Asheville’s homeless camps where residents overdosed and neighboring landlords complained about garbage and crime, a public voice in stories and conversations about the crisis is remained silent. “The mayor needs to fix this, make it a priority,” said Mark Rosenstein, who lives on Riverview Drive, across […]