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Parsons Street Players presents Mary Poppins

The Parsons Street Players perform Mary Poppins this Friday through Saturday at the Rye High School Performing Arts Center. Schedules are : Friday March 18 at 7 p.m. Saturday March 19 at 2 p.m. and 7 p.m. Tickets are available at the door – $10 adults, $5 students, seniors are free. The cast and crew […]

10 Best Movies Where Adults Act Like Kids

Walt Disney once said, “Getting old is inevitable, but growing up is optional.” The idea of ​​entertaining the inner child is one that’s been floating around for decades, but it’s also been a gold mine for the movie industry, especially for comedic purposes. No matter who plays the role, there’s always something funny about seeing […]

Quincy Lavender named Youth of the Year

The Golden Triangle Boys & Girls Clubs recently named Quincy Lavender, of Columbus, Youth of the Year for 2022. He will face other youngsters from other boys and girls clubs in the state later this month. If successful, he could participate in the regional and national competition and be eligible to receive more than $75,000 […]

David Anthony Medved, Brookfield, Ohio Obituary

BROOKFIELD, Ohio (MyValleyTributes) – David Anthony Medved, of Brookfield, Ohio, tragically died of a skydiving accident, Sunday, February 27, 2022, while vacationing in Florida. He was 52 years old. David was born on February 10, 1970 in Warren, Ohio, the son of Anthony and Esther L. (Obermiyer) Medved. He graduated from Brookfield High School in […]

A new gardening event in Fargo is a golden learning opportunity – InForum

FARGO – I’ve noticed a common trait among those who are passionate about their lawns, landscapes, gardens, and houseplants. Not only do they love what they do, but they’re motivated to learn more, and a golden learning opportunity is on the horizon. A new one-day gardening event, called GardenPalooza, is coming to Fargo. Presented by […]

MaryLu R. Hainey | To free

MaryLu R. Hainey died Feb. 4 at Council Grove Diversicare. She passed away peacefully in her sleep. MaryLu Rachel Hainey, wife of the late Eldon Hainey, was the daughter and only child of Robert L. and Mary L. Crawford. She was born in Burlington, Kansas on March 7, 1929. MaryLu grew up on a farm […]

Toby Reaka Obituary (1976 – 2022) – Fairview Heights, IL

Toby Reaka, Sr. April 1, 1976 – February 3, 2022 Fairview Heights, IL – Toby E. Reaka, Sr., 45, of Fairview Heights, IL, born April 1, 1976 in Belleville, IL, died February 3, 2022 at Memorial Hospital, Shiloh, IL. Toby graduated from Princeton High School in Princeton, IL in 1995 and was a member of […]

Jean Galbraith Obituary (1932 – 2022) – Everett, WA

Jean Galbraith, wearing a gem-laden crown she had earned for good and good deeds, ended her journey on this earth on January 21, 2022 surrounded by her daughters after a brief illness. She is now reunited, and likely dancing, with loves Alvin and Buster, twin sister Joyce Rosser, grandchildren Blair Hyatt, Ashton Dry and Nolan […]

James Anadio Obituary (1960 – 2022) – Amsterdam, NY

James J Anadio obituaryJames “Jim” J. Anadio, 61, of Johnstown, died suddenly on January 24, 2022 at his home.He was born April 12, 1960 in Gloversville, the son of the late Joseph F. Anadio and the late Betty Houghteling Anadio, who survives. He graduated from Gloversville High School. Jim was a sales consultant with Ginsberg’s […]

Philly Rail Park launches equitable development plan

On a cold Monday morning, Yihua Liu sat on a bench with a friend at the Rail Park. Now a student at Drexel, he’s lived his whole life in Chinatown, and he’s noticed the neighborhood changing. When he was younger, Liu often saw a particular farmer who sold the produce from his red truck. The […]

Thomas Becker Obituary (1955 – 2022) – Naperville, IL

Thomas G. “Tom” Becker, 66, a former resident of the Green Valley community in Henderson, Nevada, passed away Thursday, January 20, 2022 at Bickford of Oswego, IL surrounded by loving family. He was born on January 27, 1955 in Kansas City, MO.Beloved father of TJ Becker, devoted son of the late Philip and Dorothy (née […]

Is this really the toughest college in New York to get into?

For many high school students in New York, now is the time to send in those college applications. If your senior is looking to stay in the state, which schools offer the best chance of an acceptance letter? Have you ever heard of the website Niche? It’s a great website for all sorts of things […]

Chester (Moose) Francis Orsin, III | News, Sports, Jobs

Chester (Moose) Francis Orsin, III Chester (Moose) Orsin, III of Salona, ​​Pennsylvania, died on January 9, 2022 at the age of 73 due to complications from lupus. Moose was born on August 7, 1948 in Lock Haven, Pennsylvania. He graduated from BEN High School in 1966. He spent two years studying at Penn State University […]

Lightfoot announces the first 7 winners of the Chicago Works Challenge

Four parks, two Chicago public schools and a high school library are in line for $10 million in improvements, thanks to a community grant program whose winners were announced Tuesday. Mayor Lori Lightfoot launched the Chicago Works Challenge on her second anniversary to give local residents an all-too-rare opportunity to determine their own destiny instead […]

Frosty Flakes: Cats love boxes and satellite dishes and fish can now drive

Last week, I reported a standoff between a couple and their three cats over a VitaMix blender. As soon as the box was delivered and put on the floor, one of the cats sat on the box and they haven’t left it since. The women decided to see how long it would take to survive […]

Back on the hunt: Insurance settlement revives stalled efforts to rebuild Hunt campus

Since its construction in the early 1950s, the Hunt School campus on North 20th Street has played a significant role in the social and educational history of Columbus. Originally, Hunt was the only black high school in Lowndes County during “Equalization” — the last stand for racial segregation in Southern schools during the final decades […]

City Council Seeks to Address Heating Issues in Lowell City Schools and Buildings – Lowell Sun

LOWELL — An inoperable fan in a Daley Middle School special education classroom revealed deeper frustrations about the heat in city buildings. At Tuesday’s city council meeting, Councilman Erik Gitschier presented a letter from Robert Young, a teacher at Daley Middle School. Since November 23, the teacher has had a broken heating fan in his […]

Obituary of Kent Gordon Phillips (1939 – 2022) – Orem, UT

Kent Gordon Phillips, 82, from Orem, Utah, returned to his Heavenly Father with loved ones at the home he built and lived in for 44 years on January 8, 2022.Kent was born on November 4, 1939 in Provo, Utah, to Joseph and Leah Phillips. During his youth, Kent spent a lot of time working with […]

Nathaniel Bowman Obituary (2022) – Mount Gilead, OH

Nathaniel R. “Nate” Bowman, 24, of Mount Gilead, died on Friday January 7, 2022 from injuries sustained in a car crash. On January 28, 1997, Nate was born in Columbus, Ohio, the son of Gary Alan and Linda Ann (Leary) Bowman. Growing up he was very involved with 4-H where he showed a variety of […]

Burke | Legal notices | hickoryrecord.com

BID HVAC PROJECT ADVERTISEMENT: Freedom High School Rooftop Unit Modifications for Public Schools in Burke County, NC. offer will be January 31, 2022 at 10:00 a.m. (call 828-433-1424 to confirm date and time) Offer opening time: 1:30 p.m. February 25, 2022 Location: BCPS Facilities Services Office 412 Kirksey Drive, Morganton, NC 28655 is for the […]

What’s next for Humason? “I have never been out of work”

WESTFIELD – For former Mayor Donald Humason Jr., this new year marks the first time he has no job in sight since he started working for Westfield District Court the day after obtaining his university degree. “I’ve never been out of work,” he said during the final week of his two-year term as mayor of […]

TV20 University Athlete of the Week Meldon Law: Calvin Davison (Forest)

OCALA, Fla. (WCJB) – Basketball has always been a passion for Calvin Davison of Forest High School. “I just love everyone you meet,” Davison said. “I like the game itself. It’s good.” His love affair with sport comes from his father. “He’s a coach so that obviously helped me and allowed me to go to […]

Five candidates vying for Carter County’s next administrator | News

ELIZABETHTON – One of the hottest races in the May 3 Carter County Republican primary appears to be for the county administrator. Longtime popular administrator Randal Lewis has announced his retirement and will not be running for another term. The opening drew five contestants: Aaron Greer, Jeff Guinn, Travis Hill, Chad Lewis and Andrew Wetzel. […]

Schools Contract for Professional Literacy Development | Local news

Cumberland County Preschool Teachers will benefit from continuing professional development in literacy teaching through the High Quality Teaching Materials Literacy Implementation Network Grant program. the state. “In January, when the state legislature met and passed four sweeping pieces of legislation, literacy was one of those things,” school principal Ina Maxwell told the committee. contracts at […]

Oceanside, Belfast, Medomak Valley, Searsport, Islesboro are playing ball – Knox County VillageSoup

Before and after the brief Christmas hiatus, a bunch of Midcoast high school basketball teams looked for early season wins crammed into their socks. Oceanside, Medomak Valley and Belfast were on the hunt for wins ahead of the break, as the Mariners and Panthers daughters claimed wins on Thursday, December 23. The Mariner boys beat […]

Peter Brown Obituary (2021) – Rensselaer, NY

Brown, Peter “Pete” RENSSELAER Peter “Pete” Brown, 63, passed away peacefully at his home on December 22, 2021 from complications from Alzheimer’s disease. He was born in Warsaw, NY, to the late Earl “Pete” and Margaret (Harrison) Brown. Pete was a Rensselaer High School graduate and a soccer star. In his early years he was […]

Arnold Alfred ‘Arnie’ Lemke | 2021

OCONOMOWOC Arnold Alfred ‘Arnie’ Lemke June 14, 1930 – December 22, 2021 God called Arnold Alfred “Arnie” Lemke to his home peacefully on Wednesday, December 22, 2021, at the age of 91, at Peggy and Arnie’s house in Oconomowoc. Arnie was born on June 14, 1930, in Oconto Falls, to the late Arnold Andrew (Steve) […]

It’s been a house for decades, but only legal for a few months

As a designer specializing in residential structures, Luis Martinez experienced this at home and has now made it his career. His design company, Studioo15, has grown over the past two years as Los Angeles residents used new state laws to add thousands of garden units. Yet about half of his clients, he said, are people […]

Obituary of Jerome (Jerry) Anthony Solano

Jérôme (Jerry) Anthony Solano Jerome (Jerry) Anthony Solano, 74, passed away on December 9, 2021, surrounded by his beloved wife and children. He was born in Ault, Colorado, to Fred and Lillian Solano and raised by his grandmother, Mollie Trujillo. At the age of 10, he was welcomed into the house of Victor and Béatrice […]

John Stine Obituary (1927 – 2021) – Butler, Pennsylvania

John Clair “Bud” Stine, 94, of Butler, formerly of West Liberty, passed away peacefully surrounded by his family on Sunday, December 12, 2021 at Sunnyview Home in Butler. He was born on October 20, 1927 in Brady Township, Butler County, to John Clair Stine and Jane Lindey Stine. He was raised by his grandparents, Louis […]

Update from Bedford County Public Schools on HVAC Upgrades and Proposed Auditorium Upgrades | Local news

The results of a feasibility study on auditorium upgrades at Staunton River High School and Liberty High School were presented by architecture firm Dominion Seven Architects. Following an assessment of the spatial needs of both sites and reviewing a wishlist created by BCPS staff for high school auditoriums, the architectural firm presented to the school […]

🌱 Port Jefferson Daily: Woman crashes into police car

Hello, residents of Port Jefferson! Debora Whitehead here with your brand new edition of the Port Jefferson Daily. First of all, the weather forecast for the day: Partly sunny. High: 50, low: 39. Here are the 5 best stories in Port Jefferson today: Long Island restaurants looked a little different on Monday when Governor Kathy […]

Krewe of Infiniti Announces 2022 Royal Court – Mississippi’s Best Community Newspaper

NATCHEZ – The Krewe of Infiniti recently announced its royalty for the 2022 Mardi Gras season. The brotherhood will celebrate with their ball on January 1 at the Natchez Convention Center. The members of the 2022 Krewe of Infiniti Royal Court are: Queen Meishalette Bassett-Allen Queen Meishalette is from Natchez. She is the daughter of […]

Crews use the chimney fire to instill the importance of proper cleaning and maintenance before lighting your fireplace

President Biden delivers the first State of the Union… 37 minutes ago Blacksburg Police Chief Anthony Wilson set to retire 47 minutes ago Interview with Dr. Karen Hult of Virginia Tech about… 59 minutes ago Boys’ High School Basketball – Auburn vs. Fort Chiswell 9 hours ago High School Women’s Basketball – Auburn vs. Parry […]

Long-time community champion and businessman Gary Buckland dies at 84

Gary Buckland’s favorite place on earth is on top of a hill on his 200-acre Dowling Farm. He often traveled there by car and roamed the many fields that once made up his large dairy farm. The farm was his home. Buckland, 84, died Dec. 1 in Battle Creek. He left behind a loving family […]

Bradley H. Buckingham | Rome Daily Sentinel

Bradley H. Buckingham, 72, of Taberg, passed away peacefully at home on Wednesday, December 8, 2021, with his loving family by his side. He was born in Rome on November 14, 1949, the son of the late Frederick and Doris (Willson) Buckingham. He graduated from Camden High School in 1967 and on September 25, 1999, […]

Sen. Street Announces $ 15 Million RACP Community Grants for North Philadelphia

PHILADELPHIA – December 6, 2021 – Senator Sharif Street today announced $ 15 million in North Philadelphia Redevelopment Assistance Grants. “We defend these projects because they are the type of investments in physical and human infrastructure that will support our communities now and make them viable for years to come” said Senator Street, “Grocery stores, […]

Ed Greschner | Death notice | theameryfreepress.com

Ed Greschner, 99, of Clear Lake, WI, passed away on November 18, 2021 at home peacefully surrounded by his family. Edward John Greschner was born July 23, 1922 in Turtle Lake Township on Route 2, Clayton, Wisconsin. He was the youngest of six children of Joseph and Elizabeth Greschner. Her father could not read or […]

Mix of returning wrestlers and newcomers to lead the Knights | To select

The Norfolk Catholic Boys’ wrestling team will be a mix of state qualifiers back from last year and newcomers to the squad. “Overall we’re still a relatively young team, but we have good qualities to come back,” Knights coach Henry Aschoff said. “Isaac Wilcox is a returning heavyweight finalist, but he’ll be at 220 this […]

Loving Farewell: Mail Clerk Randy Barrett

Our hearts are heavy to share the news that Ransom “Randy” Barrett, who worked in courier services for the past four years, passed away on November 10. He was 60 years old. Born January 17, 1961 in Paradise, Barrett graduated from Los Molinos High School in 1979 after four years of excellence in football, basketball […]

Maui construction industry hosts scholarship fundraising night on December 11

The Maui Construction Industry is hosting a scholarship fundraising night for fund students who are planning to study construction or design. The Maui Construction Industry (CIM) is hosting its annual scholarship fundraising party on December 11 at the Fairmont Kea Lani Polo Lawn in Wailea-Makena. The event is open to the public and runs from […]

489 USD aggressive in the use of down payment

By CRISTINA JANNEYHays Post The $ 489 Hays superintendent told the school board Monday night that the district’s use of the capital spending dollars had been very smart. “The message I want to send today is that our district has been very, very aggressive in making sure that our capital spending goes through our district […]


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Caleb Tyler Anderson – Lee’s Summit Tribune

June 8, 2004 ~ November 20, 2021 Caleb Tyler Anderson Caleb Tyler Anderson, 17, of Lee’s Summit, Missouri, passed away on November 20, 2021. He was born in the loving home of Richard and Mary Anderson on June 8, 2004. Caleb loved his time at Marian Hope Academy and made many close friends while attending […]

Red Lick Fire Department Hopes to Increase Services and Volunteers | New

Just before January 2000, the unincorporated area of ​​Red Lick in Berea was losing homes and suffering from numerous forest fires. Amid the destruction, a woman decided the area of ​​about 5,000 people needed a volunteer fire department to keep them safe. According to Keith Everitt, department treasurer, if you have enough equipment to get […]

Junior (JR) Harris | Obituary

Shaw & Sons Funeral Home Junior (JR) Harris, 73, of Washington, died on Saturday, November 6, 2021 at Memorial Hospital in the loving arms of his beloved soul mate Elisa Harris, with her children by his side. JR was born November 25, 1947 in Yellville, Arkansas, to Virginia Buchannan and Johnny L. Harris, and his […]

The school board extends the mandate of the mask | Local

On Tuesday, November 2, the Edenton-Chowan School Board voted to maintain the current indoor masking rule for school spaces across the county. ECPS Superintendent Dr Michael Sasscer highlighted the current health trends in Chowan County, which are on the decline. “Battle Betts with ARHS told me we only have about 20 active COVID cases in […]

Planned improvements to the Montoursville Memorial Gardens | News, Sports, Jobs

SUN-GAZETTE FILE PHOTO Montoursville Memorial Gardens, located on Broad Street, remember the 21 Borough Natives who died on Flight 800 in 1996. After 22 years, the Montoursville Memorial Gardens at Flight 800 Memorial Park are starting to show their age. Built in 1999 to honor the residents of Montoursville who lost their lives in the […]

Philadelphia Star Four Seasons Total Landscaping: The Small Business Success Documentary

?? Do you like Philly? Sign up for the free Billy Penn newsletter to get everything you need to know about Philadelphia every day. Listen to the radio version of this story here. Update: The documentary will premiere at 10 p.m. on Friday, November 12. Streaming information is not yet available. If Marie Siravo had […]

M / I Homes of Chicago to Launch Row House Sale at Link Crossing Villas in Buffalo Grove

M / I Homes of Chicago has announced plans to launch row home sales in December at The Villas at Link Crossing in Buffalo Grove, Ill., Following its recent acquisition of 61 non-residential row home sites. built and two model townhouses built and decorated in the community of K. Hovnanian Houses. The 61 lots and […]

Art Notes: The Return of Mustard | Arts & Theater

The Napa Valley Mustard Celebration, a new iteration of the Mustard Festival, returns in February 2022, and to start preparing, Jessel Miller at the Jessel Gallery in Napa has five flavors of new mustards for sale: Fig Balsamic Mustard, Honey Mustard, Sweet & Spicy mustard, herb and champagne mustard, honey and mild garlic mustard, all […]

Angelo Appi set to lead team on Veterans Day project November 13

By Jenn McCulloch / Zip06.com • 03/11/2021 8:30 AM EST When Angelo Appi found out that volunteers were needed for the Veterans Day project, he jumped at the chance. The event was started by Paulette DeMaio in 2014 with the goal of helping North Haven veterans clean up the fall yard. Angelo first learned of […]

🌱 High school soccer playoffs underway + NW natural rate hike

It’s a new week and a new month, Beaverton! Let’s start with everything you need to know today in and around the city. First of all, the weather forecast for the day: Cooler; a little rain in the afternoon. High: 51 Low: 45. Here are the best stories today in Beaverton: Highway 6 was the […]

Loriena Harrington of Beautiful Blooms wins Woman Entrepreneur Award

When Loriena Harrington was working on the golf course at Franklin’s Tuckaway Country Club at the age of 13, she loved watching the field team work. At 14, she wrote a business plan for a neighborhood lawn mowing service in a notebook. Now, over 30 years later, the Menomonee Falls woman’s business acumen and passion […]

Tyler ISD Board of Directors Discusses Student Voting and Air Cleaning System | New

The Tyler ISD Board of Directors reviewed the implications of student voting on high school campuses on Monday and approved the addition of bipolar ionization to heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems, which will reduce allergens and virus transmissions on school campuses. The board approved the addition of bipolar ionization to HVAC systems, which will […]

New Triad housing development emphasizes importance of community

KERNERSVILLE, NC (WGHP) – Think about your daily routine. How many of your neighbors do you interact with? How often do you spend time with them? Before, it was commonplace. At the end of the day – especially in the summer when it was hot – people would go out on their porches to try […]

Should you remodel or relocate

For one reason or another (or more), your house no longer meets your needs. Should we renovate or move? The short answer is that there are a lot of factors at play and there are times when both are appropriate. 9 questions to ask before remodeling, renovating or moving 1. What is your level of […]

Why the West Burlington School District expects HVAC equipment

WEST BURLINGTON – As the school year progresses painfully, supply chain issues continue to delay the West Burlington School DistrictHVAC system upgrades. The district had been authorized to use emergency relief funds from elementary and secondary schools to purchase a variety of new HVAC equipment and planned to carry out the upgrades gradually throughout the […]

Prodigal Ministries helps give people a second chance

LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Ronnie Gevedon is a husband, father and employee of Divine Services, an HVAC service and repair company. But life hasn’t always been this easy for Gevedon. What would you like to know Prodigal Ministries Delivers Christ-Centered Residential Aftercare Program Ronnie Gevedon served 4 years in prison Divine Services is an HVAC repair […]

Norfolk’s First Celebration of Hispanic Heritage to Be on Friday | News

Norfolk will host its first Hispanic Heritage Celebration on Friday afternoon and evening, which is the last day of Hispanic Heritage Month. Friday’s event will feature traditional dancers, informational videos, live mariachi music, food trucks, a DJ who will play Selena music for the first 30 minutes and more, said Mayra Mendoza, Community organizer of […]

Death notice of Francis Fishbourne (1938 – 2021) – Bear, DE

Francis T. “Frank” Fishbourne, Jr., 83, of Bear, DE, passed away peacefully surrounded by his loving family on Monday October 4, 2021 after a brief illness. Born in Philadelphia, PA on August 27, 1938, Frank was the son of the late Francis T. and Henriette (Burki) Fishbourne, Sr. He graduated from West Catholic High School […]

Oregon-Davis School Board to Explore Other Options for HVAC Project – WKVI Information Center

Oregon-Davis School Board: Ben Lady, Chris Lawrence, Brandie Ecker, Lee Nagai, Kyle Hinds and Superintendent Bill Bennett The Oregon-Davis School Corporation may be starting over with their HVAC project. Superintendent Bill Bennett said the school board decided last week to discontinue services with EMCOR, a year and a half after hiring the company as a […]

Golden Care Ensures Customer Safety During Pandemic

Janitorial company Golden Care continues to provide home care services to seniors in North County and San Diego while taking precautions to protect them as the COVID-19 pandemic continues. “A lot of our customers are asking for immunized caregivers,” said Porsha Vogt, a native of Rancho Santa Fe who founded the company about eight years […]

City Council discusses safety conditions for Boston public schools in extreme temperatures

Boston City Council discussed plans to address safety conditions in Boston public school buildings and classrooms during extreme temperatures during a virtual meeting on September 30. General Counsel and Boston City Council Education Committee Chair Annissa Essaibi George led the discussion between representatives from Boston Public Schools (BPS), the Boston Education Justice Alliance, the Massachusetts […]

Teenagers convicted of shooting dead woman from Medina at Halloween party | Local News

LOCKPORT – Two teenagers were convicted in Niagara County Court Thursday for their role in the murder of a young Medina woman at a Halloween party a year ago. Shawn Johnson, 18, received the harshest sentence, 20 years to life, for the October 17 shooting death of Cheyenne Farewell, 20. Johnson in August admitted to […]

State of the Potomac to Present Alumni Awards of Excellence | Community

KEYSER, West Virginia – The University of West Virginia’s Potomac State College will honor former professor Kenneth Haines posthumously with the Alumni Achievement Award at the Alumni Association Awards Banquet on October 16. Duke Ebert will accept the award for his longtime friend. Logan DelSignore, class of 2012, is the recipient of the Young Alumni […]

Help needed for chimney sweeping, mosquito net repair, battery lessons

DEAR POINTS OF SUN: I am looking for a new chimney sweep because the man I have used for many years is retiring. I would love the recommendation of other readers. – Christine, no town REPLY: You can also go to the Maine chapter of the Chimney Safety Institute of America (https://web.csia.org/CSIA-Certified/Maine) and enter your […]