Wednesday Mar 12
Martin Luther King fought for all of America's oppressed
With another Martin Luther King Day passed, it is probably little known what the great freedom fighter had to say about the horrific mistreatment of Native Americans by the U.S. In his 1964 book "Why We Can't Wait," writing about the origins of racism in this country, he strongly condemned the hideous, historic injustices inflicted on Native people ... (more)
ESPN's Tony Kornheiser Compares Ariz. Bill to Nazis: 'Should They Wear a Yellow Star?'
ESPN's Tony Kornheiser decided it was appropriate to make a disgusting analogy when discussing the now-vetoed Arizona SB 1062 bill during his daily "Pardon The Interruption" program on Wednesday February 26. During the segment, Kornheiser and co-host Michael Wilbon railed against the Arizona bill, with Kornheiser arguing that the bill mirrored how ... (more)
Ventura County Star
Editorial: A shameful bill
Arizona has been through this before. After becoming one of the first states to declare a Martin Luther King Day, it then became the first state to abolish the observance.
Walker Street in Kittery closing for weekend
Walker Street from Route 1 to Otis Avenue will be shut down completely during daytime hours Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 15-16, due to a sewer repair project.
Snow Forces Millburn Schools to Make Important Decisions and Changes
A year and a half ago, Hurricane Sandy devastated the coastline, destroying many homes and taking electricity away from thousands of people.