Maine State Library reopens in temporary premises in Augusta

Genealogical reference specialist BJ Jamison, left, helps Cliff Young with a question Wednesday at the Maine State Library’s temporary location at 242 State St. in Augusta. Joe Phelan / Journal Kennebec AUGUSTA – A condensed edition of the Maine State Library reopened last week, in temporary premises on State Street. …

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Voters will choose library curators, a testamentary voter in November, but what do they do?

NORTHAMPTON – In the November election, voters will be asked to choose two directors under the will of Charles E. Forbes and one voter under the will of Oliver Smith. But what exactly will these chosen ones do? Massachusetts Supreme Court Justice Charles Forbes’ will, dated 1876, left $ 220,000 …

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Third Friday events showcase the potential of downtown Pascagoula

PASCAGOULA, Miss. (WLOX) – The community of Pascagoula recognizes how far we have come and how bright the future could be. The events of the third Friday in Pascagoula are starting to draw more and more crowds. Live music, classic cars and the chance to soak the mayor and city …

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Summer Programs at Amboy 4-H Environmental Education Center | Education

AMBOY – The Amboy 4-H Environmental Education Center will be presenting several public programs this summer and fall. The first of these, Stream Safari, will take place at 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday, July 28. Participants will learn that the freshwater community is diverse in animals and plants. Program participants will …

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Biz Markie, hip-hop and beatboxing pioneer, dead at 57

Variety.com LOS ANGELES – Biz Markie, the rapper, singer and actor behind the 1989 hit “Just a Friend,” died Friday in Baltimore. He was 57. “It is with profound sadness that we announce, this evening, with his wife Tara by his side, hip hop pioneer Biz Markie peacefully passed away,” …

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Mount. Diablo Unified School District Scrambles to Address Special Education Teacher Shortage

Mount. Diablo Unified School District Scrambles to Address Special Education Teacher Shortage With the resumption of in-person learning weeks away, Mt. Diablo Unified School District is working to find special education teachers to fill 112 vacancies. Reports by Rob Roth of KTVU. WALNUT CREEK, California – Grace Cannon says she …

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Conjunctivitis Most common ocular event related to dupilumab for AD

A new single-center study reports that conjunctivitis is the most common ocular event in patients with atopic dermatitis (AD) receiving dupilumab. These results corroborate previous data published in a separate study, which also explored ocular events associated with treatment with dupilumab. Led by Maddalena Napolitano, MD, of the University of …

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‘Torch Song,’ ‘Barefoot’ genre bookends for The Studio Players’ season

If you’re not sure you’re sold on one production by The Studio Players, wait five minutes. Something totally different will come along. The community theater organization that feeds on edgy but loves nostalgia for dessert is offering both Harvey Fierstein‘s “Torch Song” (Sept. 10-26) and Neil Simon‘s “Barefoot in the Park” …

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Utica building purchased to upgrade the Hervey Memorial Library

UTICA – Licking County Library recently purchased a building in Utica that will improve the space and accessibility of the Hervey Memorial Library. The building, located at 115 South Main Street, is just south of the current location at 15 North Main Street in Utica. A press release from the …

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Parsippany School Board: there is no agreement

Frank A. Calabria Education Center PARSIPPANY – Back and forth between the Parsippany Municipal Government and its Board of Trustees continues regarding the ongoing debate regarding Parsippany’s ORS and Security positions for the school district. After Parsippany’s mayor and council issued a press release stating that they proposed to keep …

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