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Modern clock tower restores time to Lawrence school

The school district has invested $500,000 to replace the structures for its Broadway campus, which houses its middle school and space for district offices and younger students. Log in to see video A new cupola and state-of-the-art clock were installed at the Lawrence school district's Broadway campu

NEWSDAY - 2018-01-15 23:06:50

Free Spanish Beginner Classes At Corona's Queens Library Branch

To assist borough residents in finding opportunities amid a workforce in which being bilingual is increasingly an asset, the Queens Library will hold Spanish for Beginners classes at its Langston Hughes Community Library and Cultural Center in Corona. The program, which is a collaboration between th

QUEENSTRIBUNE.COM - 2018-01-15 17:33:33

Teen Killed Over iPhone By A Friend, Mother Says

A teenager was allegedly shot and killed by a friend during a scuffle over an iPhone, the victim's mother told local news. Trevor Rhudd, 15, of Queens, New York, was found dead in the stairwell of an apartment complex at the Beach 41st Street Houses in Far Rockaway at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, the New Yor


Imminent Closure Looms For Another Rockaway School

As part of a collective effort to prevent the ultimate demise of their school, teachers and several members of the Far Rockaway community joined forces in denouncing the Department of Education's (DOE) recent proposal to shutter MS 53 at a Thursday, Jan. 11 public hearing. While DOE Superintendent


Teen found fatally shot inside Queens stairwell

Police are investigating the shooting death of a 15-year-old boy in Queens. Trevor Rudd was found dead inside a stairwell at the Beach 41 Street Houses in Far Rockaway on Saturday afternoon with gunshot wounds to his torso. Rudd lived in the building. A 31-year-old man considered a person of interes


Tracing the Racist Roots of Donald Trump's Obscenities

The great and unheralded triumph of the Trump Administration is that it has created parity between its politics and its language. Since at least the time of Robert McNamara, the prevailing style of American politics has been to cloak atrocity in euphemism. Clinical language, the belief holds, will b


MTA head Lhota: LIRR 'status quo absolutely cannot continue'

Commuters wait on both platforms for a westbound Long Island Rail Road train at the Jamaica station in Queens during the morning rush on Jan. 8, 2018. Photo Credit: Corey Sipkin MTA chairman Joe Lhota is promising to take corrective steps to address the recent spate of LIRR service meltdowns that


Your Dreams: Analyst Lauren Lawrence reveals the secrets behind Daily News readers’ dreams

In reality, my fiance passed away in 2017. I dreamed I found recent pictures of him living in a different country on his Facebook page. I found out he faked his death. He found out I knew and came back to make sure I wouldn't tell anyone. It felt so real. I awoke drenched in sweat. What does this m


Loveland MLK concert sold out

Internationally renowned blues musicians who will perform in Loveland for the Martin Luther King Jr. event have filled all the seats at the Mountain View High School auditorium. This year's event features musicians George Kilby Jr. and Phil Wiggins joined by veteran bassist Andy Calder, telling the


Crafted in Old Town Fort Collins closes

Crafted in Old Town Fort Collins closes Subscribed, but don't have a login? Crafted, an Old Town Fort Collins restaurant, closed Saturday. The restaurant had opened in August, offering tacos, small plates and an extensive craft beer list. The establishment was the third restaurant since 2015 to oper

COLORADOAN - 2018-01-15 19:41:07

Thompson Valley Boettcher Scholarship semifinalist Josie McCauley finds strength through a weakness

The McCauleys will sit down to dinner as a family on Jan. 31, as they do every night. It's an admirable accomplishment really, considering Rod and Julie have three busy daughters. That night will be a special dinner, marking the 18th birthday of their oldest daughter, Josie. It is the menu of her ch

REPORTERHERALD.COM - 2018-01-15 23:05:40

CDOT spent $25 million on sprinkler system for Eisenhower tunnel. So why are hazmat tankers still banned?

Every day, roughly 200 trucks hauling hazardous materials navigate the steep, hairpin turns on U.S. Highway 6 over Loveland Pass. It's a treacherous route for lumbering semis, especially those laden with thousands of gallons of diesel or other toxic payload, and not all of them can manage. Tanker tr

DENVER POST - 2018-01-15 15:23:16

Snow slows MLK Day traffic around Fort Collins

Subscribed, but don't have a login? For those working the Martin Luther King Jr. Day, it's been a slow go, as snow moved into the Fort Collins area early this morning and picked up around 8 a.m. Roads were slick but few crashes were reported Monday morning. Traffic volume was reduced due to many off

COLORADOAN - 2018-01-15 15:57:40

NFRMPO Elects New Chair and Vice Chair for 2018

Fort Collins, Colorado-The North Front Range Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) Council, the lead planning organization for transportation and air quality in Northern Colorado, has elected a new Chair and Vice Chair for 2018. The Chair is Larimer County Commissioner, Tom Donnelly, and Town of

NORTHFORTYNEWS.COM - 2018-01-15 17:00:35

Hundreds march in Fort Collins for Martin Luther King Jr. Day

It was a year of conflict and unease, yet, 1968 was also a year of hope. Join the USA Today Network as we explore the most impactful turning point moments of 1968. USA TODAY Hundreds bundled up Monday morning to march across Fort Collins in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The annual march in h

COLORADOAN - 2018-01-15 22:52:43

Fort Collins medical device company seeking $59,000 in capital

FORT COLLINS - MyoCardioCare Inc., a medical device company, has raised $24,550 in an equity offering. The company is seeking about $59,000, according to a Form D filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Jan. 5 although the company's principal shareholders have committed to providing ad

BIZWEST.COM - 2018-01-15 21:54:35

Mom given 4 years for child abuse

A former Wise County resident was sentenced to four years in prison Thursday by a jury after it found her guilty of breaking her 1-month-old child in November of 2015. Mainers Rachael Michelle Mainers, 26, of Azle, formerly of Chico, was found guilty in 271st District Court of the state jail felony


Navarro College Board of Trustees to meet Tuesday

The Navarro College Board of Trustees is scheduled to hold its regular monthly meeting at noon Tuesday, Jan. 16 in the President's Dining Room for lunch. The Board will convene into a closed session to discuss personnel matters according to Government Code 551.074 - No action will be taken. ADVERTIS

WEATHERFORD DEMOCRAT - 2018-01-14 22:30:00

Samuel Jefferson Black, Sr.

Samuel Black Sr. Samuel "Sam" Jefferson Black Sr., 77, of Decatur, died Tuesday, Jan. 9 in Chico. Funeral was Friday, Jan. 12, 2018, at Morris Memorial United Methodist Church in Chico with burial in Chico Cemetery. Rev. Mike Miller officiated. Pallbearers were members of the Masonic Lodge 508. Sam


Ebby Halliday Realtors | Weatherford

The home at 2121 Lorrie Lane is located in Weatherford, which is known as the peach capital of Texas and celebrated yearly at the Parker County Peach Festival and is just 25 miles West of Fort Worth. With a population of close to 30,000 residents and a number of historic homes, the city has more tha