Harrison goes high-tech with new school for the youngest of district’s students

HARRISON — Students at the new Kennedy School in Harrison will have a wealth of technology at the tips of their tiny fingers when they finally get into the classrooms.

Town and district officials held a ribbon cutting last week for the school — which will be home to the town pre-K through first-grade students — even though the building has remained closed so far this school year because of

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Historic roundhouse at Hazelwood Green being transformed into technology center

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A 133-year-old railroad roundhouse in Hazelwood is on its way to becoming the Pittsburgh location of a global entrepreneurship platform for economic development.

Leaders of the regional foundations that are working to redevelop the area, known as Hazelwood Green, toured the roundhouse Monday and heard from its designer

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How Ariela & Biniyam’s Beliefs On Circumcision Differ

90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way fans were not surprised at how Ariela and Biniyam’s beliefs on circumcision differed since they never agree.

Fans could never understand why 90 Day Fiancé: The Other Way stars Ariela and Biniyam had different beliefs about circumcision. The topic of male mutilation has come up before but never resulted in a mother running from the hospital.

Some fans of the hit TLC show 90

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COVID Halloween plans for Rock Hill, Fort Mill, York County

If 2020 feels more trick than treat, then Halloween falls right in line.

Many holiday celebrations and fall events have been canceled or modified throughout the York County area due to COVID-19.

Clover won’t sponsor Halloween events this year, like its annual pumpkin carving contest, and police and firefighters won’t give out candy to children.

The annual Tega Cay Fall Festival is canceled, while the Indian Land

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Get to know the candidates for city council, Ward 2- The North Platte Bulletin

The Ward 2 race for city council pits two candidates against each other who have extensive experience in city operations.

We asked them to describe their experience, and what they would do if elected.

Here’s what they said:


PETE VOLZ, 57, insurance agent

Experience & qualifications

 Past public offices:

– Appointed North Platte Planning Commission 8/2010-10/2019

– Chairman, North Platte Planning Commission 07/2014-10/2019

– Appointed North Platte Board of

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Pipe dream? Volunteers working to make Hanover skatepark a reality


Shane Vrankin, a lifelong skateboarder and the owner of Atlantic Skateboard Company, is pushing for a proposal to have a skate park built in Hanover Borough.

For the past several years, support for a proposal to build a public skatepark in Hanover has ramped up significantly. Now, a local nonprofit is stepping up to help give the project its final push. 

Citadel Skateboarding Foundation, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit based in

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Critical time for state to heed diversity of opinions on LSP | Jersey Journal editorial

Jersey City Council President Joyce Watterman hit the nail on the head during last week’s virtual public hearing on plans to restore and open 234 acres of Liberty State Park’s interior section.

“You have a task before you,” she sympathetically told officials with the state Department of Environmental Protection, which operates the park, “trying to please everyone.”

How very true. Yet, how very important it is for officials to listen

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COVID-19 creates unique opportunity for lynx research by WSU student in Glacier National Park

After a successful first year studying Canada lynx in Glacier National Park, Washington State University graduate student Alissa Anderson was excited to continue her research this summer. Little did she know a global pandemic would bring her an extremely unique chance to study animal behavior without human interference.

Anderson began her three-year study of the Canada lynx population in 2019, hoping to learn about their activity in the southernmost portion

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COVID-19 pandemic poses another threat to elderly: Loneliness | Local News

When Betty Rutt remembers life before the pandemic, what she misses most is her family.

“That’s the hardest thing for all adults this age, if you don’t see your family,” Rutt said. “Because that’s almost what you live for.”

Rutt, who is 92 and a resident at Brethren Villages’ Village Manor home, is limited in her ability to see her family, which consists of five children, 13 grandchildren, and 28

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Harley’s New CEO Bets on Leaner Operations to Restore Hogs’ Luster

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is going back to the basics of making big, expensive motorcycles for its most devoted customers, abandoning a decadelong quest to reach new types of riders.

New Chief Executive Jochen Zeitz, a German-born former head of

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and collector of African art, is scaling back overseas expansions, shrinking Harley supplies in the U.S. and delaying or abandoning new models that were intended to … Read More

Chippewa River Water Trail gets national designation | Front Page

EAU CLAIRE — Already beloved by tubers, kayakers and fishermen, the 4.2-mile stretch of the Chippewa River that runs through the heart of Eau Claire recently was designated a national recreation trail.

The Chippewa River Water Trail was one of two Wisconsin trails to receive the designation last week by U.S. Secretary of the Interior David Bernhardt. The other one in Wisconsin was the 52-mile Heart of Vilas County Paved

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Why microSD Cards Are A Better Buy Than Standard SD Cards

Both SD and microSD cards work in the same way and make it easy to expand a device’s storage limit, but microSD has an edge over SD. Here’s why.

Consumers shopping for PC external storage may be confused when they see microSD cards alongside regular SD cards. In addition to USB drives, SD cards have been a reliable means of storing data for nearly two decades, but microSD offers a

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