Monthly Archives: June 2021

Education becomes crucial issue among potential voters running for mayor, poll finds

“Boston’s public school system is obviously a concern of likely September voters,” said David Palelogos, director of the Suffolk University Political Research Center, which surveyed 500 people likely to vote in the September 14 preliminary election. “I have heard anecdotally about private schools in town with higher enrollments and people …

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Event List Boosts Sistersville Recovery | News, Sports, Jobs

Terry Wiley, owner of Sistersville Emporium, helps Melony Scott complete her purchase. Wiley said people are starting to come back to the Sistersville community to support local businesses and events. (Photo provided) SISTERSVILLE – With upcoming events, the ferry, the pool and local businesses, the community of Sistersville is starting …

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Netflix’s Fear Street and why slasher movies will never die

Strode was the defining “final girl” – a term coined by scholar Carol J Clover in her seminal book on slasher films Men, Women and Chainsaws, which refers to the last woman standing in a slasher, who is usually a paragon of innocence, rejects sex and drugs, and is coded …

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New FCC-funded program aims to connect more students and libraries to the Internet

A new $ 7 billion federal program that aims to connect more students to a quality Internet connection was presented to the public on Tuesday by the Federal Communications Commission. A new $ 7 billion federal program that aims to connect more students to a quality Internet connection was presented …

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WVU Board of Directors Raises Tuition and Other Fees | Education

The board of governors of the University of West Virginia approved the tuition hike this fall for students on campuses in the university system. In the state, undergraduates who attend WVU in Morgantown will see their tuition and basic annual fees increase by about $ 170, to $ 9,140. It …

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fireworks, concerts and more – Loveland Reporter-Herald

Fireworks and other festivities are planned this week in the Loveland area. Fireworks from the land of love Loveland’s celebration and fireworks on July 4 will take place from 6 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. on Sunday, July 4 at the Ranch Events Complex, 5280 Arena Circle, Loveland. Entrance to the …

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Brandi Carlile Songs Within Her Genre-Busting Career

Whether she’s covering classics by all-time-great artists or singing some original Brandi Carlile songs, we can’t help but fall in love with her voice. She never fails to move our hearts and give us chills. Born in the small town of Ravensdale, Washington, Brandi Carlile grew up making her own …

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News from the Concord library

Concord Free Public Library The Concord Free Public Library is here to serve you and is now open to the public Monday through Friday! The main library is open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday, and 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Thursday. The Fowler branch library …

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UNI to distribute $ 10.7 million in new COVID-19 relief funding | Education News

COURIER STAFF CEDAR FALLS – The University of Northern Iowa received its third and largest COVID-19 relief federal funding allocation, which will provide additional financial assistance to eligible students affected by the pandemic in the fall semesters of 2021 and spring 2022. The $ 10.7 million provided to UNI under …

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Light the Sky recovery event held in Beattyville

BEATTYVILLE, Ky. (WYMT) – A ‘Light the Sky’ recovery event was held in Beattyville on Saturday, to remember those who died from their drug addiction struggle and celebrate those who are still recovering. In partnership with Addiction Recovery Car and Operation UNITE, the event also hoped to remember those who …

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