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In the months after its purchase of multi-generation Rotmans Furniture in Worcester, Vystar had high hopes of becoming a publicly traded company and reaching a... [Read More]
COVID positive patients at Helen Keller Hospital, as of Friday, were half the number of the previous week, but its top official said it's not... [Read More]
Doris Hornbuckle, 64 of Detroit, formerly of Town Creek, died July 26, 2020. Graveside service is 11 a.m. Wednesday at Jones Cemetery. Public viewing is... [Read More]
Judy Stetson wanted to do something.She wanted to find a way to combat the memories of 911 emergency calls, stress from the COVID-19 outbreak, one... [Read More]
Residents of Piedmont had a decision to make concerning the quality of their public schools around this time in 1998, according to this front-page article. [Read More]
Meetings of municipal governments, school boards and county governmental bodies scheduled this week are on the following days and locations. Some agencies are meeting virtually... [Read More]
In a recent decision, the presidential administration removed the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention from the equation in the handling of COVID-19 data. This... [Read More]
There is a saying credited to Edward R. Murrow that goes, "Anyone who isn't confused, really doesn't understand the situation." That probably applies to many... [Read More]
Residents in Ocean Beach are outraged over the massive crowds that they feel are continuing to ignore public health orders, but city leaders say steps... [Read More]
The Mulvane Public Library recently closed after a staff member tested positive for COVID-19. In a news release, the library said they decided to do... [Read More]
The ultimate performance in theater these days is behind the scenes; a house's attempt to keep up with new information, and lightning speed changes, all... [Read More]
"I sincerely hope the madness surrounding efforts to defund and abolish police departments gets no traction," Evans writes. "If I have learned anything through the... [Read More]
Governor Kim Reynolds is wrong when she claims the Legislature voted to force Iowa students, teachers and staff back to work and learn in unsafe... [Read More]
About two dozen parents, many with kids in tow, gathered in front of Town Hall on Thursday to demand Hingham Public Schools reopen for fully... [Read More]
All Puskarich Public Library locations are now open. The main library Pushkarich in Cadiz, Clark Memorial Library in Freeport, and Scio branch will be open... [Read More]
The city of Brockton hired an outside attorney to head an investigation into the workplace environment at the public library. One employee told The Enterprise... [Read More]
Online notarization became legal in Ohio in September of 2019. The ability to manage a document online simplifies the entire process if you need a notarized... [Read More]
The Salisbury City Council's agenda item Tuesday about banning chemical agents was divisive. But for any division it caused, Tuesday's discussion was equally as informative... [Read More]
The 2020 Guernsey County Fair will be a Junior Fair only in accordance with state mandates, and the general public will not be admitted to... [Read More]
REIDSVILLE Willie Ar thur Harrison, Sr., died Tuesday, August 4, 2020. Graveside services will be held privately. A public viewing will be Tuesday afternoon, August... [Read More]
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