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A Provo-based startup that helps residents rent their stuff out to other people in the community is expanding up the Wasatch Front after a successful year-and-a-half pilot run in Utah County.
In November 2019, Yoodlize launched a rental platform allowing Utah County residents to use an app to find people to rent everything from paddleboards to video game consoles to camping equipment.
The Utah County company, which compares itself to
Greene County voters will be headed to the polls in a little more than a week to decide who will serve on many municipal councils and school boards for the next couple of years.
But along with votes on representatives, residents of Ash Grove, Rogersville and Walnut Grove, as well as people living in the boundaries of the Walnut Grove and Republic school districts, will decide on municipal and
The Arlington County Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) is hiring a Facility Manager for the new Lubber Run Community Center, a 50,000-sf facility which includes a gymnasium striped for basketball, volleyball, and pickleball, as well as a fitness center with cardio and weight training equipment, multi-purpose rooms for various types of programming and meetings, a senior center, and a pre-school. The incumbent will provide support to all
With the novel coronavirus pandemic causing widespread business closures and gathering restrictions, more and more people have turned to outdoor recreation to fill their free time.
Frontcountry trailheads in Santa Barbara County have seen an increase in visitors so large that the Santa Barbara County Fire Chiefs Association created a task force to address the issue.
“When you look at the long-term trends, there’s definitely been an increase in the
Supporters pushing for a Santa Maria Creek Greenway trail are optimistic their plans will align with the county Board of Supervisors’ new goals to locate urban county parks within walking distance of homes.
Ramona Trails Association President Glen Morgan said he and Greenway advocates John Degenfelder and Don Wendt, who are also RTA members, discussed the supervisors’ new direction during a March 15 trails meeting at Dos Picos County Park.
By NATHAN HOWELL | Staff Writer
ALABASTER – The city of Alabaster is gearing up to host its annual Trash to Treasures communitywide yard sale on May 15.
The event will give people in the city to find great deals, or to rent a booth and clean out their closets and make a little money in the process.
Trash to Treasures is currently scheduled to be held on May 15,
PORTLAND, Ore. (PORTLAND TRIBUNE) — As indoor spaces open gradually after Washington County was recently placed in the “moderate” category of risk regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, libraries throughout Washington County are discussing plans of expanding services before an eventual full reopening at some point.
While the latter isn’t expected to happen anytime soon, libraries in the Washington County Cooperative Library Services are all allowing curbside pickup of materials with a
Some libraries have started to offer limited indoor services, but planning varies between library operators.
As indoor spaces open gradually after Washington County was recently placed in the “moderate” category of risk regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, libraries throughout Washington County are discussing plans of expanding services before an eventual full reopening at some point.
While the latter isn’t expected to happen anytime soon, libraries in the Washington County Cooperative Library
Tiny pieces of plastic are polluting some of Lancaster County’s most well-known waterways, where local researchers fear they could pose threats to both human health and wildlife.
In fact, the plastics — some made with harmful chemicals — have been found in more than 50 major rivers, streams and lakes across Pennsylvania.
“They are so ubiquitous, they are everywhere now,” said David Bowne, an associate professor of ecology at Elizabethtown
MUSKEGON COUNTY, MI – Three cities in Muskegon County want to know how they can best help residents with low incomes.
For example, is transportation a big need? How about assistance with home repairs, youth activities, legal services or employment?
An online survey allows citizens of Muskegon, Muskegon Heights and Norton Shores to provide input on how an estimated $1.5 million in annual federal funding is spent in their communities.
Feb. 25—Harford County indoor parks and recreation facilities and government buildings will reopen to the public on March 1, the county government announced Thursday.
The county will continue offering distanced services like its drop boxes and online tools after facilities reopen Monday, spokesperson Cindy Mumby said. While walk-ins are accepted, she encouraged anyone who plans to visit county offices in-person to schedule an appointment to give adequate space to others
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
Free coronavirus testing will be provided at several Santa Clara County sites in the coming week, mostly by appointment but on a drop-in basis in at least two locations.
The county is offering two walk-in pop-up sites. They require no appointments but are only for people without symptoms. One is in San Jose at Emmanuel Baptist Church, 467 N. White Road, and will be open until Feb. 19 from 11
This week, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown announced updates to county risk levels under the state’s public health framework to reduce transmission and protect Oregonians from COVID-19.
The framework uses four different risk levels for counties based on COVID-19 spread — extreme risk, high risk, moderate risk and lower risk — and assigns health and safety measures for each level.
Effective Jan. 29 through Feb. 11, there will be 25 counties
On a normal Super Bowl Sunday, the Madd Hatter sports bar in Hoboken is packed.
The Washington Street bar, whose website advertises “40+ big screen TVs” and “projection TVs surrounding our enormous island bar,” normally hosts about 350 people for the big game.
“I mean, we’re slammed,” said Abe Ruales, Madd Hatter’s general manager.
This year, things are different. In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, the bar’s staff is
Brian Phillips has been elected chairman of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Union County Board of Directors. Phillips was elected to the post at the organization’s recent annual meeting. He has been a member of the board of directors for more than five years, and has served as the vice chairman of Resource Development for three years.
“I am honored to be elected at the Chair of the Board
SAGINAW, MI – Saginaw County’s administrative offices re-opened to the public in a limited capacity as of Monday, Feb. 1 on an appointment-only basis.
The county released a statement stating that it believes it can return to in-person transactions by appointment only while maintaining a safe environment for its residents and employees. Saginaw County Health Department Health Officer Christina Harrington reported a decline in daily COVID-19 positive cases and increased