All of the community members who served on the Cuyahoga County District Attorney’s Sentencing Integrity Unit have resigned, saying the effort is nothing more than a “front.” The four members of the Independent Review Panel (IRP) – Patricia Falk, a law professor at Cleveland State University, Donna Weinberger, member ofRead More →

The City of Lake Havasu has launched a community resource program that injects up to $1 million in ARPA allocation for nonprofit and public service organizations. This program aims to support local organizations in the areas of food, housing, medical services, agency services, child care, elder care, senior services orRead More →

Herald File Photo After a nearly year-long project that identified the impacts, contributing factors and consequences of homelessness in Prince Albert, Dr. Chad Nilson on Monday presented the findings of the action initiative for homelessness to city council and recommended three steps the city can take to build solutions. “SomeRead More →

When: East Cocalico Township Supervisors Meeting, Nov. 3 What happened: Two East Cocalico Township police officers promoting the formation of a K-9 unit again appeared before the Board of Overseers to answer questions and clarify concerns. Cpl. Chris Luongo and Detective Brandon Van Ausdal centered the discussion on costs, overtimeRead More →

By Jackson County Pilot Staff | on November 09, 2022 Tony Oxborough, Superintendent of Water and Wastewater for the City of Jackson, was among 18 utility professionals to earn his leadership certification through the LEAD course, a workshop presented by Missouri River Energy Services. The LEAD course teachesRead More →

CEDAR TOWN — The Cedar City Council has unanimously approved a community cat program in partnership with the Best Friends Animal Society that advocates say is a more humane and cost-effective method of reducing stray cat populations over time. Two community cats seen at mass spaying and neutering event, Richfield,Read More →

The District Municipality of Muskoka is calling on volunteers to help support the Community Volunteer Tax Program in preparation for tax season. This essential, free support service operates through the Canada Revenue Agency’s Community Volunteer Income Tax Program (CVITP), which provides free tax preparation services to individuals and families, low-incomeRead More →

At a Tuesday press conference, organizers Latinos in Action-California and Centro CHA said they were blindsided by news that El Segundo-based R6 distillery would open its second location in Long Beach, with plans for an 18,500-square-foot warehouse that will include “space for more food and drink — and a machineRead More →

On Monday, October 24, Caledon residents return to the polls to elect their mayor and regional and regional councillors, individuals who aspire to provide leadership to a growing community. Each believes they have the skills and temperament required to represent Caledon well. They believe they are the right people toRead More →

U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), the Los Angeles Community College District (LACCD), and Metro today announced that LACCD has secured a $1 million grant from Congress to expand Metro’s GoPass program to the 2022-23 academic year for the 21 community colleges in LA County. The program provides free transportation onRead More →

With discussions ranging from trash to potholes, Saturday’s Vallejo City Council District 2 Candidates’ Forum at Christ Church still managed to fight their way to the inevitable centerpiece. The beleaguered Vallejo Police Department. Don Jordan, Garrett Toles and Cassandra James fielded questions from moderator Sharon Henry and members of theRead More →

The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (LA Metro), the City of Glendale Beeline, and Glendale Community College (GCC) have partnered to offer all GCC students a free one-year GoPass that allows free rides on all LA Metro and Beeline buses/trains. With this partnership, LA Metro is expanding its GoPassRead More →

MACAO, August 7 – In order to further consolidate the results of epidemic prevention, the Municipal Affairs Bureau (IAM) will organize a two-phase anti-epidemic community cleaning campaign with health authorities and a number of associations, in starting tomorrow (August 8). It aims to raise public awareness of community cleaning andRead More →

BRISTOL — While statewide recreational cannabis has been promoted by some as a means of economic development, Bristol’s Board of Economic and Community Development Commissioners weighed in on their thoughts on the substance on Thursday night. Councilor Sebastian Panioto said he believed the discussion of recreational cannabis was in theRead More →

WED/7-27 Alliance Oceans of Possibilities Summer Reading Program Storytime, 10:30 a.m., Rodman Public Library Branch; for children from 3 years old; Sharks with a shark headband craft. Boardman DARE (Divorce/Death Aren’t Really the End), Music at Woodworth Park, 6:30 p.m.; 330-729-0127 Canfield Open house for fall enrollment atRead More →

Sander Eijgenraam, president of the Central Saanich Community Gardens Society, struggled for words when asked about the opening of the Clarke Road facility on Saturday. “I have no words,” Eijgenraam told Black Press Media beforehand. “It’s such an accomplishment. It’s so satisfying. The opening, which hosted Central Saanich Mayor RyanRead More →

By Mahlon MeyerNorthwest Asia Weekly Attendance was record high at Sound Transit’s July 14 board meeting since the agency returned to in-person meetings. (Photo by Assunta Ng) The demonstrators had their placards facing the wrong way. So Claudia Balducci, chair of the System Expansion Committee (SEC) for Sound Transit (ST),Read More →

After just one week, a beautiful birchbark canoe made entirely by hand by members of the Mississaugas of Credit First Nation will make its maiden voyage down Boston Creek today. This unique project brought together hundreds of community members, from children to elders, to learn about the unique art ofRead More →

The Kingston Police Services Board is developing a new strategic plan for policing in our city and we invite you to participate in our community survey for the Kingston Police Strategic Plan 2023-2026. The responses to this survey will set the overall direction for policing for the next four years,Read More →

Tuesday brattleboro Select Board: 6:15 p.m. in the Select Board meeting room at the Civic Center, 230 Main St., and via Zoom at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86067892659 (meeting ID: 860 6789 2659 / d access: 12261753). Halifax Select Board: 6 p.m. at the Halifax Municipal Office and via Zoom at https://us02web.zoom.us/j/83140976854?pwd=dFFkWE1tdk84VjFGc1RZODJvM2NjUT09 (Meeting ID:Read More →

CHADDS FORD — Faith endures and triumphs. As America celebrates Independence Day this weekend, the anniversary of the official establishment of the nation remains a moment of reflection. “It was all about heaven,” Linda Townsend said at a private event at the Brandywine River Museum of Art in Chadds FordRead More →

Formerly described as Mixed Use Area 41-10, the master plan approved on June 9 builds on the strengths of the Naples Design District to leverage existing assets, enable prosperity and connect the neighborhood to create another great local destination. NAPLES, Florida., June 28, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — The ARC of theRead More →

June 11, 2022 Passing Mount Airy Secondary School along North South Street, one notices the walls, sidewalks and signage of a typical educational institution – but one probably doesn’t realize that a thriving business lies also within its limits. On a recent morning at the Blue Bear Cafe as theRead More →

Community members are invited to learn about the City’s budget priorities and key initiatives and provide feedback for fiscal years 2022-23 and 2023-24 at an upcoming virtual community meeting. City staff will present the City Manager’s recommended budget for the next two fiscal years. The city budget discussion will takeRead More →

The purpose of the meetings is to present the latest data and findings and to review the recommendations presented in the reports Community Open Houses will be held in North Bay and East Ferris on June 22 regarding the Trout Lake Watershed Study and Management Plan. See: The future isRead More →

I hope you will join me in voting for Patrick Wynne on June 14th. Patrick works diligently to support workers’ rights as treasurer of the local firefighters union while serving on the Central Maine Labor Council. Patrick works tirelessly to protect the environment as he recently contributed to a renewableRead More →