Lee County camp registrations starts Monday, promises a different experience


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It’s time for parents to start making plans for their children’s summer. On Monday, Lee County camp registration opens up.

Summer might not feel like it’s right around the corner, but it’ll be here before you know it. People who run the camps say they learned a lot with COVID-19 last year, and this year they’re more prepared to keep your kids safe.

“One counselor per nine

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Improvements made at Symphony Hall in Springfield

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (WWLP) – As Symphony Hall awaits reopening to the pubic due to the Massachusetts guidance on COVID-19, improvements were made over the past year.

Symphony Hall is a concert hall located on Court Street in downtown Springfield. The venue closed in 2020 when the state shutdown businesses due to the coronavirus pandemic.

According to a news release

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No internet, no email. SC’s rural residents are struggling to get COVID-19 vaccines

The COVID-19 vaccine has been hard to come by in Barnwell County.

The small rural county of about 21,000 people on the state’s western border has one of the highest per capita rates of coronavirus infection in South Carolina and is one of eight counties in the state without a hospital.

Until this week, only one vaccine provider in the county outside the local health department had even received any

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I love Tottenham but now hate watching us play

I have a confession to make: I’m a Tottenham fan (that’s not the confession) and a couple of weeks ago I actively chose not to watch our match against West Brom.

It was a game we won and it sounded (I couldn’t go completely cold turkey so listened to some of it on the radio) like a match I would have enjoyed: something resembling an attacking outlook, plenty of chances

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Getaway Planning Tips: How to Prepare for Your Next Escape

Even during a normal year, Jacqueline Kim, a stay-at-home mother of two in Encinitas, Calif., is pretty bullish about making travel plans to national parks. She researches trails and sites, and logs on to the websites right when reservations open up. “Six months ahead, I book it, because I know exactly where I want to be,” Mrs. Kim, 48, said. “If you don’t know exactly which trailhead, somebody else is

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How have Penn State students adjusted to the start of in-person classes for spring 2021? | University Park Campus News

As the first week of in-person classes comes to a close, many Penn State students continue to figure out a routine that will last them through the spring semester.

Some students, like Sam Biederwolf, said the atmosphere started to feel “more normal” than during the remote period since students arrived on campus this week.

“It felt so empty until now,” Biederwolf (sophomore-biomedical engineering) said. “I feel like I’m finally back

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Shooting claims life of 17-year-old New London High School student

Feb. 19—NEW LONDON — Police are investigating the shooting death of a 17-year-old New London High School student Wednesday night in the area of Grand and Elm streets.

Police said that at approximately 6:22 p.m., emergency personnel responded to a report of shots fired with an injured person in the road. When they arrived, they found a 17-year-old boy who was declared dead by paramedics.

Police said the incident does

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The Day – Shooting claims life of 17-year-old New London High School student


New London — Police are investigating the shooting death of a 17-year-old New London High School student Wednesday night in the area of Grand and Elm streets.

Police said that at approximately 6:22 p.m., emergency personnel responded to a report of shots fired with an injured person in the road. When they arrived, they found a 17-year-old boy who was declared dead by paramedics.

Police said the incident does not

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