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    2 hrs ago | Big News

    Our eNewspaper network was founded in 2002 to provide stand-alone digital news sites tailored for the most searched-for locations for news. With a traditional newspaper format, more than 100 sites were established each with a newspaper-type name to cover the highest-ranked regions, countries, cities and states.


  2. Ex-North Warren superintendent due in Canadian court on sex chargesRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago |

    North Warren Regional School District officials have said they became aware of charges against Brian Fogelson, the superintendent from 2008 to 2015, only after his retirement. North Warren's recently retired schools superintendent is expected to appear in court next week in Nova Scotia on charges of sex crimes 40 years ago .


  3. The Lost Art of the Segregated Thanksgiving TableRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Switched

    As a lead in to Thanksgiving, the New York Times Wednesday "Food" section featured a high school class's Thanksgiving dinner in Hartsville, South Carolina. Hartsville, located in Darlington County, is described as a "small Southern town, home to a Fortune 500 company30 Baptist churches and acres of cotton fields" where a social studies teacher uses the holiday meal to teach her students traditional dinner etiquette.


  4. Letter grades falling out of favourRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | North Shore News

    For most students, the coming week is report card time in local school districts. Traditionally, that's been when Mom and Dad found out how many As and how many Cs their kids were getting in social studies and whether little Johnny had scored 55 or 80 per cent in math.


  5. MES student collect canned goods for food pantryRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The Union Daily Times

    Courtesy photos Monarch Elementary School students collected hundreds of much needed canned food items for Bethel United Methodist Food Pantry. Pictured are student council representatives with Bethel Methodist Church representatives and Mrs. Laura Crip's class.


  6. Brisbane's shopping zones continue to evolveRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The Age

    QUT retail expert Gary Mortimer says Brisbane has four key shopping precincts that cater to almost everyone, after a recent wave of international fast-fashion chains coming to Queen Street. "What we're seeing now is the progression of these spaces into distinct precincts that offer distinct products and distinct shopping experiences," Dr Mortimer said.


  7. When A 4-Day School Week Might Cost More Than It SavesRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | News 88.9 KNPR

    First thing Friday morning, Bill Florence is getting his two kids, Chloe, 11, and Austen, 8, ready to head out the door. Monday through Thursday Chloe and Austen catch the bus to Peralta Trail Elementary School, but today, their dad scoots them into the family's silver Honda.


  8. What is the official dog, cookie and polka song of Massachusetts?Read the original story

    3 hrs ago |

    The sugary treat was named the official cookie of the commonwealth 18 years ago. Legislators introduced the bill on the suggestion of a third grade class from Somerset.


  9. A driving effort to fight hunger: High schoolers support charitable organizationsRead the original story

    3 hrs ago | San Mateo Daily Journal

    Inspired partly by an attempt to recapture the glory of a previous record-setting food drive, San Mateo High School students are engaged in an attempt to help feed local families in need. Students have collected roughly 47,000 pounds of canned food since the drive began Friday, Nov. 13, and there is hope to match the 300,000 pounds collected in 2005, when the school set the Guinness world record for largest food drive ever.


  10. Mukilteo School District puts 6-year capital levy on ballotRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | HeraldNet

    For the past six years, the Mukilteo School District has had a steady flow of cash for technology upgrades and building repairs. Now that source of money is drying up.


  11. Kids making oral history with StoryCorps holiday projectRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The Brownsville Herald

    In this Oct. 11, 2015, photo, provided by Michele Gange Bonner, Lauren Bonner, center, poses between her grandparents Camille and Claude Gange at Paradox Lake, N.Y. Lauren, 13, interviewed her grandparents ahead of the StoryCorps Great Thanksgiving Listen oral history project. In this photo provided by Annabelle Tipps, Annabelle and her mother, Deborah, pose for a selfie on Tuesday, Nov. 17, 2015, at their home in Henderson, Texas.


  12. Weathervane celebrates 20 years, Mary Christmas travels to New York, night watch organizesRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | The Harbor Times Soup

    "In accordance with my long expressed intention to retire from the Journal office as soon as the Presidential Campaign should be over, in order to give my attention to other business, I now offer the establishment for sale. It has a paying list of 1200 subscribers, whose patronage is all voluntary, no man having ever been asked by me to subscribe.


  13. Azerbaijani Theologian Said To Have Been Plotting CoupRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Weekday Magazine

    Azerbaijani authorities say Taleh Bagirzade and his Movement for Muslim Unity intended to overthrow the constitutional order and establish "a religious state under Shari'a law." At least four local Shi'ite Muslims and two police officers died on November 26 in violent clashes in the settlement of Nardaran, 25 kilometers northeast of Baku.


  14. Arkansas postcard pastRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | NWAonline

    Monticello, 1909 "You shall have to excuse my conduct on the way I did last Sunday." At the time there were more than 5,000 independent school districts in Arkansas and the average teacher salary was $273 a year.


  15. Nevada needs teachers, and it's shelling out $5 million to get themRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | The Las Vegas Sun

    UNLV football players wait to meet new UNLV head football coach Bobby Hauck during a news conference at UNLV Wednesday, December 23, 2009. From left, are Chris Jones, Nathan Carter, and Malo Taumau.


  16. Writing: It Is The New Best MedicineRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | The Vermont Standard

    From free verse to his experiments with such forms as the Persian ghazal and the Malaysian pantoum, the poetry of Marv Klassen-Landis delights in imagery and sound, emotion and humor, structure and playfulness. Last week Klassen-Landis was on hand at the Norman Williams Library to read selections of his poetry to a small but supportive audience, he related.


  17. Milestones test results offer hope despite low passing ratesRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | Cross Roads News

    The Georgia Milestones 2015 Spring test shows lower passing rates for DeKalb elementary, middle and high school students, but School District officials say the scores also show signs of progress. The Milestones assessment, administered in April and May, replaced the Criterion-Referenced Competency Test.


  18. Students of the block named at A. A. Kingston Middle School in PotsdamRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | North Country Now

    Pictured in front are Drew Talcott, seventh grade; Peyton Sheehan, fifth grade; Luke Brosell sixth grade; Abigail Hughes, seventh grade; and Jane Mossbrugger, fifth grade. Pictured in the middle are Sara Creighton sixth grade; Kathy Yu, orchestra; Emily Hollis, chorus; Sophia Janoyan, eighth grade; Louisa Moosbrugger, art; and Nicholas Fetterly, eighth grade.


  19. School principal: We are in need of teachersRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Trinidad Guardian

    This was the advice given by principal of Presentation College, Chaguanas, Gary Ribeiro as he spoke to students who recently sat Caribbean Advanced Proficiency Examination and the Secondary Entrance Assessment examination. While addressing the students, among who were 21 primary school graduands and 47 Cape graduands, Ribeiro said students needed to find a way to give back.


  20. Flunking school districts to close in Texas | Kenric WardRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | Townhall

    The state-ordered closures - the most in Texas history - affect some 10,000 students. Flunking academic or financial tests are: "This is long overdue," education advocate Peggy Venable said of La Marque.