Darryl Fairchild votes against 2021 Dayton budget, citing concerns about reduced funding to the Human Relations Council and youth programming

A petition that circulated online that was signed by more than 400 people was submitted to the city demanding it increase the Human Relation Council’s budget and re-evaluate “deep funding cuts” to recreation and youth services.

But other leaders on the commission and the city manager said there is a lot of misinformation going around about the budget and they are disappointed Fairchild opposed a budget he did not raise

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Bruce Springsteen’s DUI Charge Dropped After He Agreed to Pay a $500 Fine

Bruce Springsteen headed to Zoom court on Wednesday after being charged with driving while intoxicated, reckless driving, and consuming alcohol in a closed area at Gateway National Recreation Area in Sandy Hook, New Jersey last November.

While The Boss did plead guilty to taking a drink offered to him by a fan, the charges of DWI and reckless driving were dismissed as federal prosecutors said he wasn’t sufficiently drunk to

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One Columbia touting COVID safety campaign to help end arts ‘intermission’

In the wave of cancellations, postponements, and restrictions that have come duringthe global COVID-19 pandemic in the past year, the arts community has been hit particularly hard.

Now a leading arts-supporting agency in Columbia is launching a campaign to urge the public to do its part in slowing the spread of COVID-19, so that artists and venues can get fully back to work.

One Columbia for Arts and Culture, an

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The Economy Needs a Push, But Just How Much Is a Trickier Puzzle

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Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell.


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Federal Reserve Chairman
Jerome Powell
said on Tuesday that the recovery has “a long way to go,” though economists are focused on how much stimulus could be too much.

The Fed has used its policy arsenal—setting short-term rates near zero and buying up bonds—to spur growth. It remains determined to stay on this path until unemployment drops significantly and

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Darryl Fairchild votes against 2021 Dayton budget, citing concerns about reduced funding to the Human Relations Council and other “priorities.”

A petition that circulated online that was signed by more than 400 people was submitted to the city demanding it increase the Human Relation Council’s budget and re-evaluate “deep funding cuts” to recreation and youth services.

But other leaders on the commission and the city manager said there is a lot of misinformation going around about the budget and they are disappointed Fairchild opposed a budget he did not raise

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REV Recreation Group Starts 2021 With Industry Awards And New Models | News

DECATUR, Ind., Feb. 24, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — REV Recreation Group (RRG), a manufacturer of Class A motorhomes and a subsidiary of REV Group, kicks off 2021 with industry awards, new models, and recent sales success at the Florida RV Trade Association’s Florida RV SuperShow in Tampa.

RRG, which manufactures three iconic brands American Coach®, Fleetwood RV® and Holiday Rambler®, reported nearly 40% sales

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NJ.com Boys Swimming Top 20, Feb. 24: Frigid start to the season

The first week of the abbreviated boys swim season is in the books.

It wasn’t exactly a monumental week in the standings with winter weather leading to cancellations for a majority of meets this past week, but there were still some notable results throughout the state that resonated in the rankings.

Meet this week’s Top 20:

*Records are based on meets submitted through www.njschoolsports.com by Monday, Feb. 22

1-Cherry Hill

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Cops overcome distancing hurdles, connect with teens through online gaming

ATLANTA – Whether in a pickup game of basketball or a summer football league, cops have long challenged teenagers to battles of athletic prowess.

Playing with kids on their own turf helps to build relationships, the officers say, and could help steer them in the right direction. But there is no going toe-to-toe and hand-to-hand in the middle of a pandemic, when health guidelines encourage separation of at least six

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How to book a COVID-19 vaccine appointment in Michigan

Feb. 24—As Michigan surpasses inoculating half a million residents, many are wondering how, and when, they can secure their own doses.

While the state has for weeks been focused on healthcare workers, long-term care residents and staff, people 65 and older, front-line essential workers, childcare and K-12 staff, eligibility is expected to open up to a larger number of Michiganians.

For example, employees in the food processing and agricultural industries

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OVERNIGHT ENERGY: Haaland courts moderates during tense confirmation hearing | GOP’s Westerman looks to take on Democrats on climate change | White House urges passage of House public lands package

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HAAL-IN ON HAALAND

Setting the stage… Just as Rep. Deb HaalandDeb HaalandImage of Deb Haaland

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