Three candidates vie for Camarillo City Council District 3


5 Things to know about the Nov. 3 election


Three candidates are vying for the Camarillo City Council District 3 seat.

The district was created after Camarillo switched to a district-based election model from an at-large system in 2019. It covers approximately 12,739 residents and makes up the middle section of the city, stretching between Lewis Road and Las Posas Road south of Highway 101, and from Lewis

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Aukammtal park is an oasis in Wiesbaden’s urban jungle

Aukammtal park is an oasis in Wiesbaden’s urban jungle

In the heart of Wiesbaden, there’s a green gem that offers hours of pleasure in the great outdoors for little or no cash.

Aukammtal park is less than a five-minute drive from the Army’s Hainerberg installation. It’s part of several interconnected parks and open spaces in Wiesbaden, including the Kurpark and the Apotheker Garten. The city describes them on

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Support Berry Lane Park-area project; Get out the young vote | Letters

Project will be a win for Ward F, city

As Jersey City continues to rise, it’s important we leave no community behind. For years, the south side of Jersey City has struggled with poverty, crime, lack of affordable housing, failing schools, and the list goes on.

Recently, a developer has expressed interest in ensuring Ward F (Bergen/Lafayette) has more investments and giving back to the community.

This month, the Jersey

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Washington Monument reopens after coronavirus-linked closure, with new safety rules

The Washington Monument has reopened after closing in March due to the coronavirus pandemic.

All visitors over the age of 2 must wear a face covering while inside and must adhere to social distancing. Masks will not be provided to visitors, according to Reservations are required and visitors can purchase one ticket for up to four people online.

Interior Secretary David Bernhardt told “Fox & Friends” on Thursday that

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Press release: Brewers Community Foundation 2020 Drive for Charity

MILWAUKEE – Brewers Community Foundation (BCF) traditionally hosts its annual “Drive for Charity” four times a year during the baseball season. BCF today announced the event will be staged online, Sept. 24-27, to support nonprofit organizations keeping children and families in Greater Milwaukee safe and warm this winter with basic

MILWAUKEEBrewers Community Foundation (BCF) traditionally hosts its annual “Drive for Charity” four times a year during the baseball

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Valley News – Out & About: Precision Museum to unveil model waterwheel

WINDSOR — One of the defining features of the building that is now the modern-day American Precision Museum in downtown Windsor was a giant waterwheel.

In the mid-1800s, the manufacturing that took place in the Robbins & Lawrence Armory was powered by water, including the 18-foot contraption.

“The waterwheel itself is lost to time, but now we actually have an electric-powered model,” said Alice Cable, associate executive director at the

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Swiss Chard Rolls Recipe To Transform Boring Leftovers

We believe that cooking is an important piece of the wellness puzzle and that everyone can make magic (or at least some avo toast) happen in the kitchen. Sometimes, you just need someone to show you where to start. Cook With Us offers smart cooking tips and tricks from pros, easy recipes that help you make the most of simple ingredients, and all-around support for your cooking journey. See All
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Employers woo job seekers as local hiring picks up | News

Looking for a job? Keep reading. Even if you missed Saturday’s job fair at the Cullman Aquatic Center, several local employers are keeping open the lines of communication to court job seekers, as the area emerges from the summer-long public health lockdown, rolls up its sleeves, and cautiously gets back to work.

A dozen local industries and businesses turned out for the job fair, hosted by the Cullman-covered Region 1

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Chris Rock Isn’t Alone: When Comedians Get Serious – E! Online

Chris Rock isn’t laughing.

After years of cracking audiences up with his comedy and movies, the Saturday Night Live veteran is getting serious with his starring role in the long-awaited fourth installment of FX’s Fargo, creator Noah Hawley‘s hit anthology adaptation of the Coen brothers’ classic film.

Premiering on Sunday, Sept. 27, after a pandemic-induced delay—there were just two episodes left to film before COVID shut down the

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Brick Sets Trunk Or Treat With Coronavirus Restrictions

BRICK, NJ — Brick Township will hold its annual Trunk or Treat event, but the 2020 version will be modified due to the coronavirus pandemic, township officials announced.

The event is set for Oct. 23 (with a rain date of Oct. 30) at the Drum Point Sports Complex.

“Trunk or Treat is an event where residents, local organizations and businesses bring their vehicles, decorate them, pop the trunk and hand

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2 Anchorage dancers are competing against the world’s best breakers

Brianna Pritchard’s mornings begin at 3 a.m. on the wooden floors of her home studio in Anchorage, practicing drills, working with mentors across the U.S. and as far away as Finland, and rehearsing choreography — all before work starts at 7 a.m. Pritchard is dedicated. After all, she is the only competitive female breakdancer in Alaska.

Pritchard, also known as Snap1, is competing in the prestigious Red Bull BC One

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Take A Field Trip To Monterey County, Calif. This Fall | State

MONTEREY, Calif., Sept. 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — This fall, Monterey County Convention and Visitors Bureau (Monterey County CVB) is inviting travelers to give themselves a “permission slip” to break away from the ordinary and indulge in a customized field trip in the stunning California central coast destination. Known for its extraordinary experiences – from exploring the Monterey Bay’s tide pools and hiking lush terrain to immersing in the area’s

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Lompoc’s Beattie Park to Boast Largest Inclusive Playground in County | Homes & Lifestyle

Facility’s design utilized suggestions from the community

September 30, 2020
| 4:21 p.m.

Work at Beattie Park is expected to be finished by the end of October.Click to view larger

Work at Beattie Park is expected to be finished by the end of October. (Courtesy photo)

Construction is underway on a new, grant-funded playground and fitness area at Beattie Park in Lompoc, The recreation facility will have the distinction of being the largest inclusive playground in Santa Barbara County.

In addition, Beattie Park’s new playground has been

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