Absorbing winter’s majesty cross-country skiing, snowshoeing at Chapin Forest Reservation in Kirtland (photos)

KIRTLAND, Ohio — Weather in Northeast Ohio in the early months of the year can be tough. The excitement of the holidays has passed, and now there’s the long trudge through endless gray days, cold, ice and snow until spring returns.

People either endure it, embrace it, or move to Florida.

If you’re the embrace-it type, you’ve probably already found plenty to do outside. If you’re the endure-it type, well,

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Dayton Metro Library executive director Tim Kambitsch to retire on Feb. 28 after lifetime of library service

While a sophomore at what was then Chaminade High School, Kambitsch and some friends quit their paper routes in hopes of “making some real money.” His mother said he needed another job, and told him to head to the library. It was Aug. 9, 1972 that the future DML executive director got his first library job as a “page’ — a position that included sorting and shelving books and assisting

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Virtual basketball clinics to teach fundamentals of game

Feb. 18—FAIRMONT — While passing a basketball between a team of kids from different areas of Marion County is not the best activity idea during a pandemic, the Marion County Parks and Recreation Commission has created a new way to teach kids the fundamentals of basketball.

MCPARC normally hosts a K-3 basketball league for kids throughout the county to participate in, but this year will instead provide virtual clinics in

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Amazon’s Great Labor Awakening – The New York Times

The Eastvale warehouse complaint took the company to task for not doing enough to enforce social-distancing measures or protect employees from the virus, noting that many workers were allowed only one antimicrobial cleaning wipe per shift and had to “sanitize equipment themselves that was touched by other workers on previous shifts, including scanners, touch screens, keyboards, carts and other warehouse equipment.” The complaint pointed out that employees in Eastvale were

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Valley News – Out & About: Upper Valley Land Trust resumes lunch lectures

Published: 2/17/2021 9:46:44 PM

Modified: 2/17/2021 9:46:42 PM

HANOVER — The Upper Valley Land Trust is restarting its Lunch and Learn Series on Thursday.

This year, it’ll take place online instead of at the Enfield Community Building.

The first program, titled “Introduction to Forestry with Ehrhard Frost” begins at noon, and people can register at uvlt.org or email programs director Alison Marchione at [email protected]

The program will begin with a

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More time to book? Airline scheduling strategy just got a pandemic-era overhaul

a airplane that is parked on the tarmac at an airport

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Whether the pandemic ends next month or next year, airlines are getting ready for your first post-lockdown vacation.

To that end, three U.S. carriers recently extended (or will extend) their schedules well into early 2022, giving

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