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Teen accident suspect hopes to get out of jail

A 17-year-old suspect arrested September 16 following a shooting and crash in Yakima in which three women were killed is currently being held at the Yakima County Juvenile Jail as an investigation continues . The lawyer for the teenager who…

More 4-year-olds in Berkeley will be eligible for transitional kindergarten

Transitioning Kindergarten students build towers out of magnetic blocks in a classroom at Malcolm X Elementary School on Tuesday, September 20. Credit: Ximena Natera, Berkeleyside/CatchLight On a Tuesday morning at Malcolm X Elementary School, 21 children counted ice cream flavors…

Robert Bennett Heath Obituary – Savannah Morning News

Robert Bennett Heath (Bob), 92, of Savannah GA passed away peacefully on September 17, 2022 at The Oaks on Skidaway Island. He was pursued in death by Beverley, his beloved wife of 57 years. Bob was the devoted father of…

The Delta Record | Upshur County assistant wins service staff of the year award

CHARLESTON —On Tuesday, Sept. 13, Jessica Grose of Upshur County was named the West Virginia School Department’s 2023 Staff of the Year recipient. The announcement was made by the West Virginia Board of Education (WVBE) and the West Virginia Department…

Letters: NWS Project | state controller

Submit your letter to the editor via this form. Read more Letters to the Editor. Concord Arming Stationshould have senior residences I am a senior who has owned a home in Concord for 40 years. I love this city, its…

These two Florida cities are on the list of the best college towns in the United States | Way of life

Whether you’re a senior in high school or helping your child apply to college, you’ll soon learn that location is everything when deciding where to spend the first four years of the college experience. Apart from the programs, merits, and…

Things You Should Never Do In Montana, According To A Local

I notice that too many people don’t plan ahead when visiting national parks. The author in West Yellowstone, a small town just outside of Yellowstone National Park. Jordan Erb / Insider If you’re going to be spending time in the…

Why is overtime such a big part of the SF budget?

Hello, Bay Area. It’s Friday, September 9, and Hurricane Kay will likely bring some very unusual weather to Northern California. Here’s what you need to know to start your day. Overtime paid to San Francisco government employees reached $367 million…

Birds of prey migrating by the thousands on ocean headlands – The Bloom

Hawks Over Golden Gate The Redbud Audubon Society will host raptor expert Allen Fish on Thursday, September 15 at 7 p.m. on a Zoom program. Pre-registration is required and can be done by going to the website, www.redbudaudubon.org, and clicking…

Point Reyes water quality tests reveal high levels of bacteria

New water quality tests conducted on multiple waterways in the Point Reyes National Seashore have revealed dangerous levels of fecal bacteria, including up to 170 times the state health standard for E. coli at one site. The tests were carried…

Look inside the abandoned Berkeley Civic Center

The Berkeley City Council held its last meetings in the old Berkeley City Hall building in 2019. Credit: Ximena Natera, Berkeleyside/CatchLight The next few months could prove decisive for the future of the abandoned Berkeley Civic Center. City officials are…

Best warm weather hikes with shade and trees

Labor Day is the perfect time to get out and enjoy nature. Of course, it’s more difficult to do in a heat wave. National Weather Service calls it a “marathon not a sprint,” with temperatures in parts of the bay…

Bay Area city closes open space parks over Labor Day weekend as heat wave looms

The town of Walnut Creek announced Wednesday that it will close its open-air parks Sept. 1-6 to deter people from hiking and other outdoor activities as a heat wave threatens the area of the Bay. KRON4 was the first to…

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6 exciting things to do in Berkeley on the weekend

With great weather, accessible public transportation, and plenty of exciting local activities and events in Berkeley, students have plenty to do every weekend. Taking a break from class and getting out of the campus bubble to explore the surrounding city…

Berkeley’s Iconic Park Plan Pits Housing Against History | bay area

Berkeley, an eclectic California city renowned for its tie-dye hippies and high-profile intellectuals, is experiencing a 1960s throwback sparked by People’s Park, a landmark that served as a counterculture touchstone, springboard policy and shelter for the homeless. The colorful history…

Plan for iconic California park pit housing vs. history – NBC Bay Area

Berkeley, an eclectic California city renowned for its tie-dye hippies and high-profile intellectuals, is experiencing a 1960s throwback sparked by People’s Park, a landmark that served as a counterculture touchstone, springboard policy and shelter for the homeless. The colorful history…

Berkeley may only have one theater after development

The seven-screen Regal UA Berkeley at 2274 Shattuck Ave. could face a similar fate. An application submitted Last week by developer Panoramic Interests has proposed plans for a “partial removal of the existing commercial structure” that would allow the construction…

A bill to create a new affordable housing agency in Los Angeles just cleared a major hurdle in Sacramento

Start your day with LAist Sign up for How To LA, delivered weekday mornings. In Los Angeles, we have government agencies that oversee water and power, public health, parks, and more. Soon we may have an agency dedicated to affordable…

Navigating the realm of sustainability

Over the past 20 years, sustainability roles have moved from hiding in compliance functions to being dispersed across the enterprise. In 2016, when I had graduated and was looking for a career in sustainability, entry-level positions were almost impossible to…

Academics ‘debunk stereotypes’ around mobile home parks in search of affordable housing solutions | New

anchor The Rancho La Mesa mobile home park in Sunnyvale, California (right) is more densely developed than the adjacent single-family residential neighborhoods (left). Google Earth, CC BY-ND A group of north…

Embracer Group acquires rights to Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit through Middle-earth Enterprises

Interested in knowing what’s next for the gaming industry? Join gaming executives to discuss emerging parts of the industry in October at GamesBeat Summit Next. Register today. Video game conglomerate Embracer Group has agreed to acquire the intellectual property rights…

Wealth of Lamorinda’s health on display at Moraga Commons

Posted on August 17, 2022 Wealth of Lamorinda’s health on display at Moraga Commons Submitted by Brenda Luster Sunday Strong instructors at Moraga Commons Park Photo provided Lamorinda is filled with health conscious citizens who run, walk their dogs, cycle…

Bay Area sees unexpected gender gap in homeownership

Hello, Bay Area. It’s Monday, August 15, and a heat wave is expected this week in parts of the Bay Area. Here’s what you need to know to start your day. An analysis of 2020 census data shows that single…

The five best bike paths in Boston, one of the most bike-friendly cities in the United States, according to a new study

If you’re in Boston or en route to Boston and love to ride a bike, you’re in luck: New research has found the Hub to be the fourth-best city in the nation for cyclists. Using factors such as air quality,…

Nature in Your Neighborhood Event Shares Places and Ways to Enjoy and Appreciate All of Nature | Journal-news

MARTINSBURG – Sometimes nature can be enjoyed just down the road, in a local park or in an unexpected place. A collaborative pilot program, Nature in the Neighborhood, has just ended and successfully shared the idea that sometimes nature is…

5 Parks and Natural Areas to Enjoy in Berkeley This Summer

BERKELEY, CA – The East Bay area is full of places to get a breath of fresh air and enjoy the benefits of nature with its expanses of green parks, beaches, trails, lagoons, farms and lakes . Whether you enjoy…

End Zone for August 9 | Journal-news

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MLS official comes full circle with Minnesota MLS All-Star Game

As the Major League Soccer All-Star Celebration headed to Allianz Field this week, league deputy commissioner and chief architect Mark Abbott returned to suburban St. Paul on Sunday for a homecoming. It has been 50 years to the day since…

Aware of August 7, 2022 | Journal-news

Toni Saylor’s Summer Concert Series 2022 MARTINSBURG — Martinsburg-Berkeley County Parks and Recreation is hosting the 2022 Toni Saylor Summer Concert Series, held at War Memorial Park Thursday nights through August 11 from 7-8:30 p.m. Performance schedule: August 11: Cazhmière…

Dorchester County Obituaries July 19-25 | Obituary

ARDISFrances Knight, 89, of Harleyville died July 17. Arrangements from Bryant Funeral Home of St. George. BLANDINFranck Paul, 70, from Summerville died July 20. Arranged by the Palmetto Cremation Society of North Charleston. BRAGGMichael E. Jr., 33, of Summerville died…

Have you seen it? Hamilton police search for missing 11-year-old

HAMILTON, Atlantic — Police are asking for the public’s help in locating an 11-year-old girl believed to be a missing and endangered runaway. Township police say Ciana Shelton – known as CiCi – was last seen at her home in…

Gaining momentum elsewhere, rent stabilization policies have yet to catch on in Monterey County. | Cover collections

Editor’s note The Founding Fathers Reportedly Had a Debate While Drafting the Declaration of Independence whether to use the phrase “pursuit of property” or “pursuit of happiness.” They stopped at the latter, but perhaps really meant the former, an ideal…

Free Summer Activities in Henderson County for Families or Adults

Free Summer Activities in Henderson County for Families or Adults New Sports Entertainment Way of life Opinion Best of Blue Ridge USA TODAY Obituary Electronic publishing With the the high cost of living, having fun can be expensive. Fortunately, Henderson…

City Council Selects New City Manager – Outlook Pasadena

First published in the July 14 print issue of Pasadena Outlook. The Pasadena City Council has announced the selection of former judge Miguel Márquez to become Pasadena’s next city manager. Márquez officially begins his term in August.Márquez is currently Chief…

Michael Pollan discusses “This is Your Mind on Plants” among this week’s author events – Marin Independent Journal

Book events Passage of the book: 51 Tamal Vista Boulevard, Corte Madera; 415-927-0960; bookpassage.com. July 26: “Sex and the Single Woman” panel with Kate Crawford, Tawny Lara, Vanessa Friedman, Samantha Allen and moderator Eliza Smith. 5:30 p.m. online; July 28:…

US Takes Urgent Action to Save Redwoods From Wildfires

LOS ANGELES — The U.S. Forest Service said Friday it is taking urgent action to save giant sequoias by accelerating projects that could start in weeks to clear undergrowth to protect the world’s tallest trees from the growing threat of…

City Life Org – Guillermo Galindo’s remote will be played on the High Line July 26, 2022

Photo by Zen Cohen First public presentation of the composition, presented in conjunction with Sam Durant’s Plinth commission Untitled (drone) High Line Art announces two performances by the artist and the composer Guillermo Galindo‘s Remote Control by a New York-based…

Free movie nights planned to end the summer | Journal-news

MARTINSBURG—After two years of not hosting free movie nights in Berkeley County due to COVID-19, events have returned, sharing Disney movies once a month with the community. The events are held through a partnership between Martinsburg-Berkeley County Parks and Recreation…

Is Colorado Springs a paradise? | Bob Loevy | Content reserved for subscribers

The dictionary defines a “haven” as a place of safety or refuge. This is my assertion that Colorado Springs is a paradise, especially when compared to many other cities in the United States and around the world. It helps to…

In CNBC’s state-owned enterprise rankings, NJ isn’t last — but not good

TRENTON – New Jersey was ranked 42nd in the new CNBC ranking of best states for businesswith its highly ranked education system that doesn’t go so far in tackling failings in economy, business friendliness, and cost of living. That’s a…

California Passes New Gun Laws After Supreme Court Ruling

SACRAMENTO— Less than a month after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled against restrictions on carrying guns in public in a substantial victory for 2nd Amendment advocates, California Governor Gavin Newsom has signed at least three major gun control measures to…

Obituary: Meredith McGovney Kaplan | The Claremont COURIER

Longtime National Park Service superintendent, hiker, volunteer Longtime Claremont resident Meredith McGovney Kaplan died June 28 at her Oakland home, surrounded by family, after an uphill battle with multiple system atrophy, a degenerative disease. An avid hiker who loved the…

How cities are cutting meat consumption to help meet climate goals

Meat and dairy products account for nearly 15% of global greenhouse gas emissions, and Americans eat more meat per capita than any other country. The United States must reduce its meat consumption to meet its climate goals. Meat and dairy…

For these Black Bayview-Hunters Point residents, repairs include protecting against growing and toxic contamination

San Francisco Supervisor Shamann Walton, whose district includes Bayview-Hunters Point, requested a hearing on the jury report. But his office declined repeated interview requests. In an emailed statement, he said he was aware of the long-standing issue of radioactive contamination…

Top 15 Most Read Stories From The New Jersey Scene As Of June 26

NEW | FEATURES | PREVIEWS | EVENTS originally published: 07/03/2022 Here’s a look at the 15 most-read articles published at New Jersey Stage from June 26 to July 2, 2022. Each week, we publish about 70 articles, including several columns…

How COVID has forced restaurants to prioritize convenience

A restaurant is nothing without quality ingredients, and some of the best restaurants get their produce, meats, eggs, and even dairy directly from local farms. The relationships forged between restaurateurs and farm owners are intrinsic and farms have suffered when…

May home prices in Massachusetts chased away buyers

I’ve written a few columns like this this year with news about the high cost of home ownership in Massachusetts, but I think this is the first time I’ve had to lift my jaw from the keyboard to type the…

4th of July 2022 fireworks near Berkeley

BERKELEY, CA – Happy Birthday, America! After a year or two of COVID-related restrictions, towns and cities in San Francisco’s East Bay, including near Berkeley, are back in the star-studded swing with parades, events and fireworks from 4th July. July…

All Abilities Day Coming Soon to Oakley’s Big Break

Nature exploration for all ages and ability levels is on the agenda for All Abilities Day from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. June 28 at the Big Break Regional Shoreline in Oakley. Aided by staff or exploring at their own…

Lawrence Hall of Science opens outdoor nature lab

The new Outdoor Nature Lab at Lawrence Hall of Science, Berkeley. Credit: Ximena Natera, Berkeleyside/CatchLight Lawerence Hall of Science staff member Gisela Tarifa stands on a log staircase at the Outdoor Nature Lab. Credit: Ximena Natera, Berkeleyside/CatchLight For some who…

50 years later, memories of a murderous and destructive night remain vivid – The South Dakota Standard

Fifty years ago last week, I was in Rapid City with my parents, attending the South Dakota Title Association convention at the old orange-roofed Howard Johnson Hotel on Interstate 90. I had just finished my second year at Washington High…

Yosemite sued for logging, lawsuit by CA conservation group

Logging trucks driving up Big Oak Flat Road from Yosemite Valley in Yosemite National Park, June 2022. DOUG BEVINGTON Special for the bee Yosemite National Park has a major logging project underway that a California conservation group is asking a…

ON THIS DAY IN HISTORY

ON THIS DAY IN 1945the Brooklyn Daily Eagle reported, “Thirty-three students from Midwood High School, Bedford Ave. and Glenwood Road, will lead the Flatbush War Price and Rationing Board, 2585 Bedford Ave., on Friday as part of their education in…

Tips for a Safe Summer at the Pool | Journal-news

Lambert Pool in Martinsburg Photo of the log file MARTINSBURG — With swimming pools now open, safety is of the highest priority for those guarding pools in the area. Lindsey Hall, Pool Coordinator for Martinsburg-Berkeley County Parks and Recreation, has…

Poll: Karen Bass and Rick Caruso likely to face November election

Days before Los Angeles’ first open mayoral primary in nearly a decade, Rep. Karen Bass and billionaire developer Rick Caruso appear to be heading for a runoff in November, with Bass building a small advantage as the campaign is coming…

Around the region – June 5 |

Morrisey sets June mobile office datesCHARLESTON — West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey announced that a representative from his office will meet with residents of the Eastern Panhandle in June to discuss consumer issues and answer any potential questions. “These…

Parts of Big Basin Redwoods State Park will reopen this summer

Nearly two years after a massive wildfire ripped through Big Basin Redwoods State Park in the Santa Cruz Mountains, parts of the park are set to reopen this summer, allowing visitors to return to its ancient redwood forests. coastal. About…

Here’s the outlook for roads and airports in the Bay Area

Memorial Day weekend in the Bay Area could be a preview of what travel experts believe will be the busiest summer travel seasons since the start of the pandemic – locally, in California and across the states -United “This will…

Preliminary plans for KOA campground in Great Cacapon submitted to county – The Morgan Messenger

by Kate Shunney A development company has asked Morgan County planners to revise their plans for a 48-acre, 173-site campground just east of Great Cacapon below the Panorama Overlook. In a 63-page preliminary submission to the Morgan County Planning Office,…

The End Zone of May 24 | Journal-news

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Does NJ have common law? What are the rights of unmarried couples?

Let’s not bury the lede: No, New Jersey does not recognize common-law marriages — and has not since December 1, 1939. This is the date the state codified marriage as both requiring a license and being performed by a licensed…

DIY, diluted formula not safe alternatives

With a state of emergency now in effect in New Jersey for an ongoing shortage of infant formula, the state’s poison control center is warning against the use of what it calls dangerous substitutes for infant nutrition. In one version…

Maryland today | 6 Honored as Medalist, Finalists

The honoree takes part in the Commencement procession, a role that will go Friday to Alythia Vo, a major in biological sciences with minors in Asian American studies and Spanish language, culture and professional contexts. The daughter of immigrants, Vo…

Use of headphones by NJ teenager and young adult during COVID causing hearing loss

According to the New Jersey Speech-Language-Hearing Association, a World Health Organization study estimated that more than one billion adolescents and young adults worldwide are at risk of hearing loss due to chronic exposure to high noise levels. And once hearing…

NJ woman neglected elderly person, causing heat stroke, AG says

MARLBORO TWP. – A disabled elderly person suffered heatstroke and second-degree burns to his legs, chest and arms after being left outside in the hot sun on July 4, 2019, and the resident’s female caregiver now faces charges. A statement…

Bike to the Moon Week Launches Fitness and Sustainability for Schools BUSD

Students, families and teachers from school districts in Alameda County are preparing to collectively travel 286,900 miles this week, their goal of reaching the distance to the moon using alternative modes of transportation. Alameda County’s Safe Routes to Schools program,…

LA mayoral race: Ballots begin to arrive in the mail

Outside the Los Angeles Sentinel offices last week, black religious leaders in South Los Angeles and U.S. Representative James Clyburn (DS.C.) took turns proclaiming their support for Rep. Karen Bass in her run for the town hall. “The faith community…

May 10 primary election | Journal-news

Deborah E. Hammond – The Falling Waters Former Berkeley County Administrator May 10 is primary election day for the 2022 election cycle. Early voting for this election will begin on Wednesday, April 27. The only early voting location for the…

Letter: Join us in supporting Cottrell | Opinion

Jeanne McCann Baswell, Stephanie Duff-Ericksen, Susan Leick, Joe McCrary, Joan Temple and Linda Williamson The next few years will be critical to the health of our Napa Valley. Water, fire, agriculture, land use and housing issues need to be addressed….

Caltrans cleared by appeals court to clear encampments near Berkeley

The California Department of Transportation, or Caltrans, is authorized to clean up homeless encampments along Interstate 80 near Berkeley without having to provide alternative housing, the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Wednesday. The court case, which was originally…

Steve Catlett – A Remarkable Opportunity for Berkeley County | Journal-news

Bill and Jane Yearout Olathe, Kansas Like many of you, my wife and I are thrilled that Steve Catlett is running for Berkeley County Council. During the 19 years we lived there, Jane was active in a gardening club and…

The wealthy SF neighborhood seeks historic status. YIMBYs say it’s an effort to block housing

Despite overwhelming opposition from housing advocates, a state commission voted unanimously on Friday to recommend San Francisco’s St. Francis Wood neighborhood for historic designation — a move that could allow the wealthy neighborhood to escape state law intended to encourage…

Millions of Americans own forest lands at high risk of wildfire. Protecting her is an arduous task.

The work of foresters like Pettigrew is funded by a mix of federal and state money, with state forestry agencies matching funding from the US Forest Service. But he is one of only two stewardship foresters in Klamath County, covering…

End Zone for April 26 | Journal-news

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A family with deep Berkeley roots

Sherry, Al, Ann and Steve Wasserman pose for a photo at Sherry’s home in Berkeley on April 7, 2022. Credit: Kelly Sullivan One morning in May 1969, a student at Berkeley High School left class and walked to Sproul Plaza…

Ticks hide in the forests and beaches of northern California. Here’s what you need to know

“Right now would be the time of year when you might be most at risk of having one of these human biters on your clothes,” said Bob Lane, professor emeritus of medical entomology at UC. Berkeley, who studied ticks in…

Best of Berkeley: The City 2022

Best Cinema: Flagship Cinemas Shattuck Cinemas (Nick Quinlan/staff) Each movie theater in Berkeley has a distinct character. One is attached to a museum; another is a quaint establishment in Elmwood; one more is perhaps Berkeley’s closest thing to a multiplex….

Residents are shocked to find a water fern completely covering Lake Anza in Tilden Regional Park

The fast-growing fern completely covers Lake Anza to the shock of several East Bay residents People hoping to cool off or enjoy the scenery of Lake Anza in Tilden Regional Park were shocked to find it covered with some kind…

What to know about the Sacramento shooting

Six people were killed and at least a dozen injured in downtown Sacramento on Sunday in what authorities say was the largest mass shooting in the city’s history. The tragedy comes about a month after another shooting in the Sacramento…

Latin Dance Class in Portsmouth, NH Benefits Ukrainian Refugees

flure dance is a relatively new Latin dance company that was started 4 years ago with the hope of promoting Latin dance in the Seacoast area. Fluere (Latin for Flow) is intended to encourage full enjoyment and immersion in the…

Top 5 Worst Places to Live in New York State

New York State is one such state that has a reputation that is not guaranteed by other parts of the country. It’s so misinterpreted. When people think of New York, what do they imagine? They imagine New York first and…

California Repair Eligibility Unboxing

Hollis Gentry, genealogy specialist at the National Museum of African American History and Culture Library, said information is sometimes relatively quick to find, while other times it can take a very long time. Gentry began examining her own family history…

Did the St. Louis County teenager’s height contribute to the Florida Armory’s death? | Law and order

Associated press ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Lawyers for the family of Tire Sampson, a rising college football player at St. Louis County, want to know if neglect of his height or other factors played a role when he was died…

Judge Confirmed as 1st Latina on California Supreme Court – GV Wire

A San Diego appeals court judge, the daughter of Mexican immigrants, was confirmed Tuesday as the first Latina to serve on the California Supreme Court. Judge Patricia Guerrero was approved by a 3-0 vote of the Judicial Appointments Commission to…

Illawarra rural acreage fetches over $4m months after failing to sell at auction | Mercury of Illawarra

news, local news, High-end properties in Illawarra that did not sell under the hammer nonetheless fetched significant prices in the post-auction period. For example, a listing in the tightly held rural area of ​​Darkes Forest that went up for auction…

Berkeley Tuolumne camp to reopen on 100th anniversary

March 18, 2022Updated: March 18, 2022 1:00 p.m. Tuolumne County, California. Harrison Misfeldt/500px/Getty Located along the South Fork of the Tuolumne River in the Stanislaus National Forest, Berkeley’s popular and historic Camp Tuolumne site will finally reopen on its 100th…

Changes Coming to Our Kohl’s in Ocean County, NJ and It’s Cool

We already love Kohl’s and the fabulous Kohl’s Cash. Changes are coming to our local Kohl’s in Ocean County, NJ, at our Toms River and Manahawkin locations. Recently, Kohl’s announced the expansion of some of its stores across the country….

End Zone for March 15 | Journal-news

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Apply soon to become an East Bay District Lifeguard

Want a good summer job? The East Bay Regional Park District is looking to hire 50 new lifeguards for the 2022 swim season. The district operates 10 bathing areas including lakes, lagoons and pools. The lifeguard position is full-time seasonal…

20 Best Small Southern Towns to Live In

The American South, considered any area south of the Mason-Dixon line, is known for its hospitality, regional cuisines, and expansive landscapes. Some towns offer historical attractions and outdoor activities while others have picturesque views and sweeping landscapes. According to Texas…

Here’s your chance to conduct the Downey Symphony — The Downey Patriot

“A wonderful experience,” Aaron said, and he thanked Bernice Mancebo Stumps for inviting him to pass the baton. When Bernice won the auction, she dedicated it in honor of her grandson, Christopher Parks. Aaron volunteers for the Downey Foundation for…

Signs of authority issues in Idaho

I posted one of these pictures on Facebook and mentioned that you know there are people who have authority issues! They come from three separate places. Some from Jerome’s Park on the north side of Snake River Canyon. People use…

jerry williams | Obituaries | journal-news.net

Jerry Williams Jerry Williams, 73, of Falling Waters, West Virginia, stamped his final Earth-to-Heaven passport on March 3, 2022. He was born November 13, 1948, to James Randolph Williams and Carrie Marie Collins Williams. He was a long-time resident of…

How the antiquated environmentalism of the 1970s led to UC Berkeley’s disastrous decision

California’s Supreme Court upheld on Thursday what most of us who live here already knew: Neither a deadly pandemic that has exacerbated entrenched inequalities, nor the looming threat of climate catastrophe, could unleash the vice of the NIMBYs with free…

Calendar of events (from March 5 to 13, 2022)

by Andrew Alonzo | [email protected] What’s going on Claremont? Friday March 4 The Joslyn Center war and existentialism book club meets the first Friday of each month from 4-5 p.m. via Zoom. The discussion book for March is “The Stranger”…

Remembering Ruth Armstrong, co-founder of Berkeley Path Wanderers

Ruth Armstrong. Credit: Family of Ruth Armstrong Ruth Armstrong – artist, community activist and co-founder of Berkeley Path Wanderers – died on January 24 at age 71 in Cambria, California. Co-founder Jacque Ensign credits Ruth with the idea of ​​a…

Martinsburg Rotary to Host Pickleball Tournament as Sport Grows | Journal-news

INWOOD — Rotarian Rob Lowe recalled a moment during the COVID pandemic when his wife told him it was time to get out. “My wife got sick of me being home,” he laughed. Being immunocompromised and waiting for his shot,…

Bay Area cities receive millions in public funds for homeless camps

New public funds will help Bay Area cities clean up homeless encampments from San Jose’s Guadalupe River Park to Richmond’s Castro Street – part of Gov. Gavin Newsom’s recent push to eliminate the sprawling camps that have taken over California’s…

Three Seminoles named to CCAA preseason All-Conference team

Tallahassee, Florida – On Wednesday, Feb. 23, the CCSA named Alaina Chacon, Maddie Anderson and Brook Bauer to the All-Conference Preseason Team and Jordan Polo to the Watch List for the upcoming 2022 season. The three Seminole student-athletes from the…

This Big Joe drink will make you hot and fuzzy

This is the official Big Joe drink of the Polar Bear Plunge 2022. No matter the temperature outside, when you dive into the 30 degree ocean waters, you’re going to be cold. My hot toddy will make you feel warm…

UC Berkeley students are now considered pollutants under California environmental law

College students are an environmental burden. That’s essentially what Alameda County Superior Court Judge Brad Seligman ruled this week when he froze enrollment increases at UC Berkeley in response to a lawsuit filed by a local group. NIMBY called Save…

Main Street in East Aurora flooded today [PHOTOS]

It was a downright messy and miserable day in Western New York. Wednesday’s weather was pretty nice for February, rising into the 50s with a breeze, but Thursday saw nothing but heavy rain, wind and yes, flooding. All of western…

Aggie Square plans to make Sacramento a center for life sciences

Sacramento Elected officials and officials at the University of California, Davis were set to dig ceremonial shovels into the dirt on Wednesday to dedicate a new $1 billion, 8-acre life sciences campus that they say will will reshape Sacramento’s reputation…

Local event one of hundreds of concerts, bicentenary celebrations of Frederick Law Olmsted

An April 30 event at Lake Wailes Park is more than a local celebration, it’s part of a much larger celebration of a famous father-son duo who changed the face of North America. April 26, 2022 marks the 200th anniversary…

Eldora Armstrong Obituary (1921 – 2022) – Charlotte, NC

Eldora Arlyene Armstrong September 19, 1921 – January 29, 2022 Charlotte, NC – Arlyene Armstrong died on the morning of Saturday, January 29, 2022. She was 100 years old. Beloved and strong matriarch, she led a remarkable and fascinating life….

Patricia Baker Obituary (1933 – 2022) – Richland, WA

Patricia (Pat) Ann Baker October 5, 1933 – February 5, 2022 Richland, Wash. – Pat passed away on February 5, 2022, at the age of 88. Born in Phoenix, AZ on October 5, 1933, to Irene and Paul Woodward. The…

The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit game and movie rights are up for sale

Film, game and live event merchandising rights are sold by the current owner of The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit trilogies. Things are about to get interesting in the land of Middle-earth. According to Variety, Zaentz Co. is…

Trump’s top staffer highlights Montana’s economy in Billings

He was a top executive for President Donald Trump and also served as Vice President Mike Pence’s chief of staff. Now Marc Short is the head of the Coalition to Protect American Workers. Short joined Montana Governor Greg Gianforte (R-MT),…

Panties North Hills | Our Northern Hills

Crackerbarrel scheduled for Saturday The Sturgis Area Chamber of Commerce will host the first Legislative Crackerbarrel of the year from 9-11 a.m. Saturday at the Meade County Erskine Building in Sturgis. State Senator Gary Cammack and Representatives Kirk Chaffee and…

Need a place where the kids can burn off energy after school?

The Council offers plenty of space for affordable active entertainment for the whole family. Cool off with a dip in a Council pool or head to a supervised beach, roll around a skate park or BMX track, slide through a…

Have you cast your Yakima vote? The schools are waiting for your decision

More than 44,000 ballots were mailed to registered voters in Yakima County in mid-January for the Feb. 8 special election. Your ballot is expected within a week from Tuesday.The Yakima County Auditors Office says so far 6,851 of more than…

Pamplin Media Group – Eastmoreland Historic District issue could be resolved by summer

The effort and controversy has been going on for half a decade. Is it possible that the matter will be decided soon? Rumors of establishing more of the Eastmoreland neighborhood as a federally protected “historic district” began as early as…

Tampa Theater’s ‘Black Love’ Film Series Kicks Off Next Weekend | Events and Movies | Tampa

Click to enlarge Motown Productions Diana Ross in “Mahogany”. During February weekends, Tampa’s stately and historic Tampa Theater will screen four classic films focusing on African-American relationships. Each has a different community partner and guest speakers like “Love & Basketball”…

Rosendale’s filings for Montana’s new Eastern District in Congress

This is actually a historic moment. This is the first time since the early 1990s that Montana will have two members in the United States House of Representatives. And when it comes to Montana’s new Eastern District, Montana Congressman Matt…

End Zone for January 25 | Journal-news

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NJ State Police SUV hits car at red light on Route 130

BORDENTOWN TOWNSHIP – A New Jersey State Trooper was injured when a car ran a red light crossing Route 130 on Wednesday. A Volvo C70 sedan crossed Route 130 at Groveville Road around 3:35 p.m. and was struck on the…

What can a mayor do to make a city more livable? –Streetblog San Francisco

“In most cities, mayors don’t have a lot of power,” Emeryville Mayor John Bauters told Streetsblog in a recent interview. He sees himself as part of a team with the city council, which holds most of the decision-making power in…

The end zone for January 18 | Journal-news

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Toms River home deemed ‘unsafe’ after Jackson man crashed there

TOMS RIVER — A Jackson man who was driving without a license is seriously injured after crashing into a house late Friday night, according to township police. Toms River Police responded to an accident around 11.30pm on Cox Cro Road…

Fifty years after its dedication: the Pearl Chase Garden at UCSB

By Cheri Rae Education was everything to Pearl Chase, who graduated from the University of California, Berkeley in 1909, Santa Barbara Normal School in 1912, taught Santa Barbara High School, and received an honorary doctorate from the Mills College in…