6 La Jolla Community Planning Association board seats up for grabs in coming election

Seven candidates are vying for six available seats in the La Jolla Community Planning Association’s upcoming board election.

The election will be held Thursday, March 4, with results announced at the board’s meeting that night. Board terms are three years.

A candidates forum was held during LJCPA’s Feb. 4 meeting online, with each candidate given the opportunity to make a brief statement. Formal statements have been posted on the LJCPA

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When and where can I get COVID-19 vaccine in RI?

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) — On Wednesday, Feb. 17, the R.I. Department of Health will release a registration link and phone number for eligible residents to book an appointment at one of the state’s mass vaccination sites.

The first two of those sites, located at the Dunkin’ Donuts Center in downtown Providence and the former Citizens Bank headquarters in Cranston, are scheduled to open on Thursday.

Currently, people in the 75-and-older

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Monday Morning News Roundup

San Francisco’s COVID-19 Joint Information Center announced Sunday that the Moscone Center and City College of San Francisco high volume vaccination sites are pausing operations, but no existing appointments will be canceled. The sites will reopen once the vaccine supply is sufficient to resume operations.

Moscone is expected to be closed for a week, while the City College site expects to resume operations on Friday for second doses only. A … Read More

NJ.com girls swimming preseason Top 20, Part 2: Nos. 6-20

It’s time to unveil the second part of Preseason Top 20 for girls swimming.

This year, we’ll be releasing the Preseason Top 20 in three segments.

Here are Nos. 6-20:


Mainland might’ve won a Public B title last year if it didn’t have to get through Moorestown for a sectional title. The Mustangs have last year’s NJ.com Swimmer of the Year in Katie McClintock, and have plenty of talent

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Valley Pool in Syracuse set to reopen for adult lap swimming

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SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) — The City of Syracuse Department of Parks, Recreation and Youth Programs will open the Valley Pool doors to the public for the first time in 11 months starting Wednesday, February 24, 2021.

“We are really excited to make this announcement and while we acknowledge this is not our full

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Alternative Baseball League seeking a coach for Canton

Charita M. Goshay
| The Repository

When Taylor Duncan was a child growing up in suburban Atlanta, he was bypassed by people who didn’t think he could play baseball because he has autism.

That was the impetus for the Alternative Baseball League, created by Duncan, 25, to give those with autism and other disabilities an opportunity to participate in the Great American Pastime.

As the league’s commissioner, Duncan, who lives

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The Best United States Vacation Packages 2021

United States Vacation Packages

Want to book a vacation to United States? Whether you’re off for a romantic vacation, family trip, or an all-inclusive holiday, United States vacation packages on Tripadvisor make planning your trip simple and affordable.

Find the perfect vacation package for United States on Tripadvisor by comparing United States hotel and flight prices. Travelers like you have written 30,661,842 reviews and posted 6,029 candid photos for United

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