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A private meeting earlier this month between two members of Boulder's Police Oversight Panel and representatives of NAACP Boulder County has sparked further debate over how the panel conducts its ...
Published 8 hours ago by Boulder Daily Camera on MSN
Urban renewal and the use of eminent domain drove many Black families out of Portland's inner Northeast over the last century — but there are some signs of recovery.
Published 9 hours ago by KGW8
The special use permit allows Strata to install an additional concrete mixing facility without needing continual special use permits.
Published 9 hours ago by Grand Forks Herald
About 2 years ago, the Portland City Council declared a gun violence emergency and authorized investments in official city organizations that offer social support, life coaching or mentorship to ...
Published 11 hours ago by KOIN Portland on MSN
A bicyclist was hit and killed near Old Spanish Trail and Rocking K Ranch Loop in Pima County on Sunday, Feb. 18. Veteran athletics administrator Desireé Reed-Francois was introduced as the University ...
Published 13 hours ago by TUCSON News Now Kold
Aaron Judge’s big toe is more than a footnote for the New York Yankees. Judge missed 42 games after tearing a ligament in his right big toe ...
Published 14 hours ago by Independent Record
How does one grow up in a small town like Philadelphia, Mississippi, make his way to Brevard County, work as an electrical engineer at NASA, all the while, making an incredibly positive impact with ...
Published 16 hours ago by Space Coast Daily
The City is receiving about $2.8 million in federal grant money to assist with improvements to the Air and Space Port. According to a release from the City ...
Published 16 hours ago by YourBasin
The Portage Park District Foundation is seeking nominations for its 26th annual Environmental Conservation Awards. Nominations are due by March 1.
Published 17 hours ago by Farm and Dairy
Observer: “City Council questions necessity of utility rate hike.” I don’t understand. If there is a 10% population increase, there should be 10% higher taxes and fees to pay for whatever is needed.
Published 17 hours ago by observerlocalnews
The Maine Department of Marine Resources (DMR) administers the Aquaculture Leasing Program, which now falls under the Bureau of Public Health and Aquaculture. Because of this change and ...
Published 17 hours ago by The Ellsworth American
AUGUSTA — The Committee on Marine Resources on Feb. 8 voted to send LD 2065, An Act to Amend Maine’s Aquaculture Leasing Laws, to the House and Senate floors. The ...
Published 18 hours ago by The Ellsworth American