Dianna Dayton Ganley; Brendan Hood, 11, Ruston; Chris Jenkins, Monroe; Michelle Moore, West Monroe; Autumn Webb, 2, West Monroe Martha Yeager, West Monroe The Monroe Symphony League Book Fair is 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday and 1-5 p.m. Sunday at the Book Room, 320 North Fourth St. Large selection of books, magazines, CDs, DVDs and more.
PASSHE Chancellor Worries Bill Could Splinter School System
A bill that would let universities leave the state system of higher education is expected next week in the state legislature.
Edinboro University Showcases Expanded Nursing Programs
An open house on Monday, March 10, in Edinboro University's state-of-the-art nursing laboratories will salute the Nursing Department faculty and introduce prospective students to the University's new online Doctor of Nursing Practice .
Pa. state schools chancellor hits effort to break off West Chester
A proposal that would allow West Chester University to withdraw from the state's financially strapped higher-education system could hit students and parents in the pocketbook, the system's chancellor warned Thursday.
Ernest Caples, West Monroe; Tommy Littleton, Downsville David Sellers; Connie Wiggins, Shreveport; Mallory Annmarie Williams, 4; Bridgette Foy, Diane and Rodney Knowles, married 3 years Monroe Kiwanis will meet at the Clarion Inn in Monroe at noon.
Pittsburgh's Action Weather forecast
BIT AND THEN TAKING IT INTO FRIDAY IT'S REALLY NICE. LET'S SHOW YOU WHAT'S HAPPENING OUT THERE.
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Are These Merry Times for Marriott?
The hotel industry is in a cyclical uptrend with occupancy and average daily rates rising due to increased demand from both leisure and group business travel.
Salt stockpiles receive Salt Institute award, according to PennDOT
According to a news release from PennDOT, 16 facilities received the Salt Institute's Safe and Sustainable Snowfighting award, which recognizes road-salt management and storage practices that protect motorists and the environment.
Council OKs plan to raze blighted hotel on Reynolds
The vacant former Clarion Hotel on Reynolds Road in South Toledo has been called a major impediment to development.
Choice Hotels: Of High Returns and Sluggish Growth
The lodging industry is characterized by its cyclical nature, thereby subject to spending cuts during an economic downturn.
Woodland Park developer buys Harmon Cove building
A Woodland Park -based real estate firm has purchased One Harmon Plaza, the Secaucus office building where The Jersey Journal moved in January, for $11.5 million.
Special ed vouchers would give parents some choices
Among its findings: Parents had to battle public schools to get federally mandated services for their children; the state had few qualified teachers to provide an appropriate education to disabled students; and just 17 percent of special-needs children graduated high school.
Weather Watch 4 forecast
TALK ABOUT A MAN THAT CAN WORK UNDER PRESSURE. RIGHT? WOW. IMPRESSIVE. WE HAVE BEEN DEALING WITH A COUPLE THINGS WEATHER-WISE.
Arctic Air is Back
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Rain and Snow Showers
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USA travel sales and offers: Including New York, Miami, Las Vegas, Orlando and Hawaii
A round up of the best travel deals including seven nights at the five star Doral Miami from A 999 per person based on 2 sharing - including flights 3nts r/o for A 759pp inc flights from Heathrow and accommodation at the 4*+ Westin New York at Times Square.
Kenda Barnes, 17, West Monroe; Rhonda Brown, West Monroe; Nevaeh Marie Chisley, 1; Andre' L. Dunnitt II, Chandler, Ariz.; Charlie Dyke, 80; Wade Hopkins; Reita Lexing, Monroe; Chadwick L. Marlbles, 17, Monroe; John Mark Mills, West Monroe; Jerry Outlaw, St. Joseph; David Shell, West Monroe; Carmeka Thomas; Heath Williams, 35, Grayson Robin Jarrell ... (more)
Weather Watch 4 forecast
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Rankin school district trimming gifted program
Administrators recently announced that, beginning in the 2014-15 school year, Venture will continue to be offered in grades 2-8 but no longer in grades 9-12, where gifted enrollment has dwindled to 85 students in the current school year.