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Santa arrives early in North Coventry for a two-year-old who is battling a rare form of cancer

By Lea Mikulitch Posted: 12:30 p.m. EDT June 28, 2022Posted: June 28, 2022Updated: 1:05 PM EDT June 28, 2022 Image via Evan Brandt, Daily Local News. Father Christmas and Mrs. Claus with the Rousseaus. A North Coventry township family of a two-year-old boy with cancer recently received an outpouring of …

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The program provides meals for local children | News | Daily Sun Villages

It’s only 9 a.m., but Savannah Hodges is already thinking about lunch. The front desk administrator at the Sumter Youth Center in Bushnell is responsible each morning for counting the number of children attending the center’s summer youth program who will receive a free lunch. Once she gets a final …

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Local Woman Wins $1 Million Lottery Prize | News, Sports, Jobs

LANSING — A Delta County woman plans to help others after winning $1 million playing the Michigan Lottery’s Lucky X50 instant game. The lucky 65-year-old, who chose to remain anonymous, bought her winning ticket from North Bluff Grocery, located at 6287 M-35 in Gladstone. “When I stopped at …

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New Garden approves new zoning guidelines for future development on Route 41, Route 7 – Daily Local

NEW GARDEN—Change is coming to the southern part of Landenberg on its western edge. This week, the New Garden Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to change the zoning ordinance to the municipality’s Unified Development Ordinance. These guidelines impact hundreds of acres of undeveloped land and establish specific new allowances and …

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Local students receive diplomas, honors

GREENBRIER COUNTY (WVDN) — Several students from local colleges and universities have received academic honors and degrees from across the United States. They understand: Caldwell’s Zachary Ramsey, graduating from Coastal Carolina University in its spring commencement ceremonies, held May 6-7. Ramsey is a marine science student. Ramsey was also named …

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Two new Chester County judges on the way? – Daily room

The Chester County Court of Common Pleas bench may soon include two new members as judicial appointments are pending in Harrisburg. Two local attorneys – Democrat Nichole Forzato and Republican Louis Mincarelli – have been nominated by Gov. Tom Wolf to fill the vacant seats on the court and could …

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Hadwin leads the US Open | News, Sports, Jobs

BROOKLINE, Mass. (AP) — Adam Hadwin was only officially at the US Open eight days ago. He left the Country Club on Thursday with his best score in a major for a one-shot lead. As attention finally turns away from the rival Saudi-backed league, which goes and stays …

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Iroquois County Polling Station Open for Special Saturday Hours | Local News

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Be Prepared: Update Your Information | News, Sports, Jobs

The North Dakota 9-1-1 Association, in cooperation with local public safety response points, urges anyone using or contracting the use of home or mobile medical alert devices to keep suppliers informed each time they change address. In communications across the state, the association found that all sellers contacted …

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City will host the 2nd fireworks display | Local News

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Arizona Daily Star Sportsmen’s Fund Send a Kid to Camp | Local News

Debbie Kornmiller Special for the Arizona Daily Star The Arizona Daily Star Sportsmen’s Fund raises funds so children from low-income households and military families can attend summer camp at little or no cost to their families. Since 1947, the Athlete Fund has helped pay 43,081 children to attend camp. We …

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Locally Reported COVID-19 Deaths | News, Sports, Jobs

ESCANABA – COVID-19 activity has continued to decline in the region and state over the past week based on reported cases, with local data Wednesday showing Delta County with 35 new confirmed positive cases and the Menominee County 12 cases – but another virus-related death as well. Delta …

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26 Coatesville students get college associate degrees before graduating from high school – Daily Local

COATESVILLE — While there have been times over the past three years when Stephanny Calle wondered how she’d manage to finish all of her work, today she’s about to celebrate both her high school graduation secondary and college. Calle, 18, is one of 26 proud Coatesville-area high school students graduating …

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🌱 Huntington Daily: Local job postings + Animals available for adoption

Hi there. It’s me, Andrew Tessler, your host for the Huntington Daily. Here are all the most important things to know about what’s happening in the community today. First, today’s weather forecast: Generally sunny, hot and humid. High: 92 Low: 59. Here are the best stories in Huntington today: Find …

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Club News – Newton Daily News

Kiwanis Club Emerson Hough would be surprised if anyone spent a year researching his life. But Dr. Tom Hoover did. And while Hoover said Hough had a “fascinating life,” Hough himself felt his life wasn’t worth much. He suffered from “numerous childhood illnesses,” Hoover said, as well as anxiety and …

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WFHB Local News – May 26, 2022 – WFHB

Podcast: play in a new window | Download (Duration: 29:00 — 39.9MB) Subscribe: Here is the local news from the WFHB for Thursday, May 26, 2022. Later in the program, WFHB correspondent Abby Prywitch reports on “Compost Up, Downtown” – a new composting program aimed at reducing food waste in …

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15 killed in Texas school shooting; dead gunman

By EUGENE GARCIA and DARIO LOPEZ-MILLS UVALDE, Texas (AP) — An 18-year-old gunman opened fire at a Texas elementary school on Tuesday, killing 14 children and a teacher and injuring others, Gov. Greg Abbott said, and the shooter was dead . It is the deadliest shooting at a US elementary …

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DAILY SHEET | Local News

Commercial licenses BETTENDORF Prosper Lounge, 1004 State St., issued in April. COUCH Lived, 4931 N. 330 W., issued in April. EmpireQC, 226 W. 3rd St., published in April. Couture Collection and Co., 1513 N. Harrison St., published April. Liquidation of Quad Cities, 1509 Harrison St., published April. Kickin Kolor Genuine …

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With Patience, You Will Receive God’s Best

You’ve prayed and prayed, and you haven’t seen results yet. Circumstances seem to have stalled and you don’t understand why. An opportunity, for which you are striving, has not presented itself, and it does not seem right. Now you are disappointed, discouraged and tired. And you just don’t know how …

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In Buffalo, Biden mourns victims, says ‘evil won’t win’ – Daily Local

By CHRIS MEGERIAN and ZEKE MILLER BUFFALO (AP) — President Joe Biden wept with grieving families in Buffalo on Tuesday, then urged the nation to reject what he angrily called a white supremacist poison. He said the nation must “reject the lie” of the racist “replacement theory” espoused by the …

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10 dead in Buffalo supermarket attack, police call a hate crime – Daily Local

By CAROLYN THOMPSON, JOHN WAWROW, MICHAEL BALSAMO and DAVE COLLINS BUFFALO, NY (AP) — An 18-year-old white youth wearing military gear and broadcasting live with a helmet camera opened fire with a rifle at a Buffalo supermarket, killing 10 people and injuring three others Saturday in that which authorities have …

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Massachusetts Daily COVID-19 Case Report

BOSTON (WWLP) – State public health officials reported 9 new confirmed deaths and 4,654 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Massachusetts. Total COVID-19 cases by age group: 0-4 years: 2,185 5-9 years: 1,489 10-14 years: 1,500 15-19 years old: 2,696 20-29 years old: 8,841 30-39 years: 6,553 40-49 years: 4,720 …

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Authorities are investigating a shooting threat at Coatesville High School – Daily Local

COATESVILLE – Authorities are investigating a shooting threat at Coatesville High School. The following letter from Rick Dunlap, Deputy Superintendent of the Coatesville Area School District, was sent to parents, staff and the community of the Coatesville Area School District on Wednesday morning: First of all, you should know that …

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Nashville Public Radio expansion prioritizes workforce diversity with goals to better serve the growing city

As Nashville Public Radio launched a CEO search in 2018, its board of directors agreed the organization needed leadership that would expand its service to the community. Thorne Curt Thorne, an entrepreneurial investor who chaired the search committee, was among the board members who believed the city needed more from …

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Estate agents say Chester County house price spike set to continue – Daily Local

WEST CHESTER — As mortgage rates continue to rise, prospective homeowners who don’t lock in a home soon may never be able to afford one, local estate agents are warning. The sellers market, at least in this area, seems to have been around for quite some time. “What I tell …

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Local leaders gather for second Utah Lake Summit | News, Sports, Jobs

Ashtyn Asay, Daily Herald Local representatives answer questions during the second Utah Lake Summit held at Utah Valley University on Tuesday, May 3, 2022. The second Utah Lake Summit took place Tuesday at the University of the Utah Valley and discussed recent legislative and restorative …

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Kinzinger requests authorization to use force in Ukraine | Local News

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Evacuations underway in Mariupol; Pelosi visits Ukraine – Daily Local

By CARA ANNA and YESICA FISCH ZAPORIZHZHIA, Ukraine (AP) — The long-awaited effort to evacuate civilians from a steel mill in the Ukrainian city of Mariupol was underway Sunday, as U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi revealed that she had visited the Ukrainian president to show unwavering American support for the …

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Bucks rout Bulls, advance | News, Sports, Jobs

AP Photo Giannis Antetokounmpo of the Milwaukee Bucks dunks during Game 5 of their NBA playoff basketball game Wednesday in Milwaukee. MILWAUKEE (AP) — Defending NBA champion Milwaukee Bucks continue to produce in the playoffs, even without key performers. The Chicago Bulls just don’t have that …

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Meta, Facebook’s parent company, expands DeKalb data center; total local investment exceeds $1 billion – Shaw Local

DeKALB – Facebook’s parent company Meta announced Wednesday that it will expand its DeKalb data center on the south side of town by three buildings, bringing with it a community investment that now totals more than $1 billion. Meta officials and city leaders have scheduled a press conference for Wednesday …

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Chester County exceeds 30% area preserved – Daily Local

WEST CHESTER — Chester County celebrated its “odometer moment” in December 2015, the date when the county surpassed 50,000 acres of land that had been preserved under its groundbreaking program of open spaces. Last week, county commissioners announced another land conservation milestone: more than 30% of the county has now …

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Bucks edged by Bulls for a series tie | News, Sports, Jobs

AP Photo Khris Middleton of the Milwaukee Bucks attempts to pass Patrick Williams of the Chicago Bulls in Game 2 of their first NBA playoff basketball game Wednesday in Milwaukee. MILWAUKEE (AP) — DeMar DeRozan made sure the Chicago Bulls turned around their painful recent history …

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Selflessly, the Sixers scored to make a long playoff run

PHILADELPHIA — Spend enough money, wait enough years, make enough trades, and get a little lucky in the draft, and it’s possible for an NBA team to build an All-Star roster of talent. This is the first tip. The second is to do what Doc Rivers did in the Sixers’ …

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Joel Embiid wants to contribute in many ways

PHILADELPHIA — The notion is popular and substantial, a reasonable analysis of the 76ers, their chances of winning games and their fate. Absolutely not. While generally accurate, Joel Embiid doesn’t always need to lead the Sixers in every statistical category to thrive. Some nights, their MVP candidate can make the …

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Over 900 civilian bodies found in Kyiv region – Daily Local

By ADAM SCHRECK and YESICA FISCH KYIV, Ukraine (AP) — More than 900 civilian bodies have been discovered in the region surrounding the Ukrainian capital following the withdrawal of Russian forces — most of them shot dead, police said Friday, indicating that many people were “simply executed”. The death toll …

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Senior-loaded West Chester Henderson continues against Rustin – PA Prep Live

West Chester Henderson’s Aidan Asmus returns a singles shot against West Chester Rustin on Tuesday afternoon. (PETE BANNAN – DAILY LOCAL NEWS) West Chester >> Winning six games in straight sets, senior-laden West Chester Henderson beat visiting West Chester Rustin 6-1 on Tuesday.The Warriors (7-3, with losses to powerhouses Unionville, …

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Local elected officials spend a day in the shoes of firefighters

Carrying pounds of firefighting gear and gear, six local officials learned what firefighters routinely experience Saturday morning. Rep. of State Michelle Davis, R-Whiteland; Sam Hodson, a Greenwood city attorney; Bargersville Fire Protection District Board Member Angela Pruitt; John Mallers, White River Township Fire Protection District Board Member and candidate for …

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Regional Robotics | News, Sports, Jobs

Teams attempt to maneuver robots to pick up balls and throw them into hoops in a regional robotics competition that kicked off Friday and continues today in the gymnasium at Kingsford Middle School. Thirty-six teams from across Michigan are involved. (Marguerite Lanthier/Photo …

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County’s First Hispanic-Owned Real Estate Office Opens | Local News

KANKAKE — Sitting behind her brand new desk in her downtown Kankakee RE/MAX Prestige Homes real estate office, Monica Pizano was asked if she considers herself a trailblazer in the world of Kankakee County home sales. She thinks about the question for about 10 seconds. “I would call myself that. …

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The second suspect in the Sacramento shooting was arrested with a gun brandished on Facebook hours earlier

By ADAM BEAM and MICHAEL BALSAMO SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — A second suspect arrested Tuesday in the mass shooting that killed six people in Sacramento had posted live video to Facebook of himself brandishing a handgun hours before beatings no fires erupt, a law enforcement official told The Associated Press. …

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Library to Host Daily Events During Spring Break | Local News

The Hopkinsville-Christian County Public Library is hosting a week full of Spring Break activities, starting with Topic of the Week, Monday, April 4 through Saturday, April 9, 2022. The week will begin on Monday, April 4 at 10 a.m. with a snack for 3-8 year olds. This gathering will include …

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From Lake Placid to Ukraine | News, Sports, Jobs

LAKE PLACID — As the war in Ukraine rages on, a few locals continue to plan fundraisers to help Ukrainian refugees, soldiers and civilians. Lake Placid may be over 4,500 miles from Ukraine, but war is hitting close to home for many people living in the village. Residents …

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Biden taps into oil reserve for 6 months to control gas prices – Daily Local

By ZEKE MILLER and JOSH BOAK WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden is ordering the release of 1 million barrels of oil a day from the nation’s Strategic Petroleum Reserve for six months, the White House announced Thursday, in an effort to control oil prices. energy that soared after the …

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West Chester man faces multiple criminal charges after pointing fake gun at officer – Daily Local

WEST CHESTER – A West Chester man is facing a host of criminal charges after he parked his vehicle in front of a police officer, pointed a simulated weapon at the officer and shouted “boom” before taking off. The incident took place on March 1 in West Chester. The officer …

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Park District Hires Interim General Manager and Treasurer | Local News

The Bourbonnais Township Park District hired Dr. Ed Piatt as interim general manager and Rob Romo as interim treasurer at a special meeting Wednesday at Exploration Station. The board voted 4-0 to hire Piatt to oversee the district until a new executive director could be hired. BTPD is currently accepting …

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Chester County Police Department donated used flak to help with war in Ukraine – Daily Local

West Chester and Caln Police Departments have collected a collection of used bulletproof vests and donated them to residents of Ukraine, who are under attack by Russian forces. The Eastern Palestinian Authority Chapter of the FBI National Academy is working with law enforcement to coordinate a collection of used ballistic …

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NEWSPORT DAILY-Local teams looking for more success this season

Port Douglas Fangs An institution in local football circles, Port Douglas Crocs can lay claim to being one of the most successful amateur football outfits in all of Australia for the past 10 years. Meanwhile, super trainer Brad Cooper has made winning flags as easy as having breakfast. Dynasty is …

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Shanghai Disney Resort closed due to record daily local COVID infections | world news

SHANGHAI (Reuters) – China’s financial hub of Shanghai reported a record daily rise in local COVID-19 infections on Monday as authorities raced to test residents and bring the Omicron variant under control, while closing its Disney resort until new order. Until recent weeks, relatively unaffected by the coronavirus, Shanghai reported …

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New daily local Covid cases in China rebound

SHANGHAI: China reported 2,388 new local cases of Covid-19 with confirmed symptoms on March 17, official data showed on Friday, almost double the number a day earlier, as the country battles its biggest outbreak since the one from Wuhan in 2020. The number of locally transmitted asymptomatic cases, which China …

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New luxury and personal care boutique opens in West Chester – Daily Local

WEST CHESTER – Odelia, Marie & Patrice is a brand new women-run, black-owned boutique in the borough specializing in luxury self-care products. On March 5, owner Candace Parrish cut the ribbon and began selling all of her company’s hand-made, hand-mixed and hand-poured candles, soaps and body butters at 117 W. …

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How a small Kennett craft brewery survived the pandemic and thrives today – Daily Local

KENNETT SQUARE – The staff and owners of the Grain Craft Bar + Kitchen at Kennett Square are grateful for the support of the community that has sustained them during the pandemic – and they are excited to continue to make this central location a fun and welcoming place to …

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Bradley targets housing improvement | Local News

BRADLEY — Bradley Mayor Mike Watson’s to-do list never runs out of items, and the last goal on the list is to improve housing, whether owner-occupied or rental. While the tools are still being worked on – i.e. ordinances to put teeth in place to help the village push for …

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Richard Franklin Obituary (2022) – West Chester, Pennsylvania

Richard Franklin passed away in his sleep on January 25, 2022. He was predeceased by his wife of 72 years, Jeanne, who died peacefully on March 27, 2020. They are survived by their five children and ten grandchildren: Nancy Franklin (Jim Fulton) and children Ashley (Adam) and Alexandra (Dustin); Mark …

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Rising Gas Prices Impact Daily Travel Plans

Gas prices across the country are rising rapidly and to date the average cost per gallon in Vermont has reached $4.18. Vermonters reported seeing prices ranging from $4.29 to $4.39 at gas stations over the past two days. Montpelier’s Tom Vanmeter thinks the costs will impact day-to-day travel plans. “Well, …

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Health News Summary: Hong Kong Residents Urged Not To Panic Ahead Of COVID Mass Testing; FDA approves expanded use of cancer drug Bristol Myers Opdivo and more

Here is a summary of health news briefs. Hong Kong residents urged not to panic ahead of COVID mass testing Hong Kong reported 31,008 new COVID-19 cases and 153 deaths on Sunday, as the city’s chief secretary said residents should not worry about an impending mass testing programme, …

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Freezing rain expected in the region | News, Sports, Jobs

KINDERGARTEN PUPILS At Norway Elementary School – left to right, Ava Peterson, Payton Parsons and Saphronia O’Brien – sing ‘London Bridge Is Falling Down’ while enjoying their recess on the playground on Friday. A relatively pleasant Friday was expected to give way to freezing rain, rain and …

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KVPD is committed to financially supporting the Kankakee waterfront project | Local News

KANKAKEE – The Kankakee Valley Park District Board of Directors has unanimously approved the agreement between the Kankakee Riverfront Society Inc., the City of Kankakee and the KVPD to provide support to Kankakee Streams, the proposed recreational development of a 4 mile stretch of Kankakee waterfront property. At Monday’s park …

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Anthony Doto Obituary (1937 – 2022) – West Chester, PA

Anthony Joseph Doto (August 11, 1937 – February 20, 2022) Anthony “Tony” Doto transitioned peacefully home with his family on February 20, 2022. Tony graduated from Downingtown Senior High School in 1955 where he was an academic and a outstanding sportsman, serving as a member of the student council for …

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Swimmers from Conestoga, Fulton of D-East in fast lane at District 1 Swimming Championships – PA Prep Live

Conestoga continued to shine on the final day of the PIAA District 1 Swimming Championships on Sunday at the YMCA of York County.The Conestoga girls, defending District 1 3A champions, won the district title again; and the Pioneer boys placed second in the boys’ 3A competition.The Conestoga girls had 312 …

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County Reaches 50% Vaccinated, COVID Cases Drop | Local News

KANKAKEE – After a year and two months of vaccinations, Kankakee County has crossed a threshold – more residents are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 than unvaccinated. The county becoming 50% vaccinated — officially Wednesday, according to the Illinois Department of Public Health — comes months after the COVID-19 vaccination rollout …

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Local nonprofits get pandemic financial boost – Daily Local

The Pennsylvania Association of Nonprofit Organizations (PANO) is receiving $250,000 in federal funding from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) to support nonprofit organizations throughout the Commonwealth. The grant funding, allocated through the Pennsylvania Department of Community and Economic Development with support from State Senators Carolyn Comitta and Tim Kearney, …

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Biden sanctions Russian oligarchs and banks in Ukraine crisis – Daily Local

By VLADIMIR ISACHENKOV, YURAS KARMANAU, AAMER MADHANI and ERIC TUCKER MOSCOW (AP) — The East-West confrontation over Ukraine escalated dramatically on Tuesday, with Russian lawmakers allowing President Vladimir Putin to use military force outside his country and U.S. President Joe Biden and leaders Europeans reacted by imposing sanctions on Russian …

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Radio Rescue: KDUN goes “all the way” | Local News

The circle is complete for Delilah. The nationally syndicated radio host purchased KDUN Radio, a 50,000 watt AM station from Reedsport. This is the station where teenage Delilah got her start after taking a job with then-station owners Jerome and Steve Kenegy. Today, Delilah is heard by over 12 million …

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Sandy Hook families settle $73 million with gun maker Remington – Daily Local

By DAVE COLLINS HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) – The families of nine victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting have agreed to a $73 million settlement of a lawsuit against the maker of the gun used to kill 20 first graders and six educators in 2012, their attorney said Tuesday. …

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Police clear way to key bridge between US and Canada, but still closed – Daily Local

By ROB GILLIES and COREY WILLIAMS WINDSOR, Ontario (AP) — Police moved in to clear and arrest remaining protesters near the busiest U.S.-Canada border crossing on Sunday, ending a protest against COVID-19 restrictions that have hurt the economy of two countries even as they held back from a crackdown on …

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Home delivery suspended for some Tribune subscribers, Daily News | Local

A labor shortage is forcing the Lewiston Tribune and the Moscow-Pullman Daily News to temporarily suspend home delivery to 2,204 of nearly 15,000 newspaper subscribers next week. The change will happen in the Lewiston-Clarkston Valley on Wednesday and on the Palouse on Friday. The Tribune and Daily News are seeking …

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MLB keeps spring camps on hold, missing opening ‘disastrous’ – Daily Local

By MARK DIDTLER AND RONALD BLUM ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — Baseball commissioner Rob Manfred said losing regular-season games to a work stoppage would be a “disastrous outcome,” but spring training remains on hold as the threat for opening day increases. As the second-longest work stoppage in baseball history stretches into …

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Wolf’s final budget, like his first, includes public schools – Daily Local

By MARC LEVY and MARK SCOLFORO HARRISBURG, Pa. (AP) — Gov. Tom Wolf’s eighth and final budget proposal unveiled Tuesday would boost state spending to more than $43 billion for the first time, with the Democratic governor asking lawmakers for the biggest increase aid for public schools, plus more money …

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Women have a strong presence on local ballots | News, Sports, Jobs

WHEELING – A woman’s place is in the House, the Senate and in most 2022 ballot races. A cursory look at local candidate filings for this year’s primary election reveals a particularly strong showing from the women who showed up to participate. It starts at the top of …

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Chester County’s share of opioid settlement ‘pot’ rises to $19 million – Daily Local

WEST CHESTER — When Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro announced last month that every county in the state had signed on to the massive and historic settlement of an opioid lawsuit that would pay more than $1 billion for addiction treatment and prevention, there was also good news for Chester …

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John McGinnis Obituary (1946 – 2022) – West Chester, Pennsylvania

John “Jack” P. McGinnis, Sr., 75, of West Chester, Pennsylvania, died Tuesday, February 1, 2022 at Chester County Hospital in West Chester. He was married to Marie Elaine (Frankowski) McGinnis. They were married for 52 years. Marie was the love of his life and his soul mate. Jack had four …

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launching a $350 million pandemic homeowner relief fund; applications open – Daily Local

The Pennsylvania Homeowners Assistance Fund to help struggling homeowners impacted by the pandemic was launched, and applications for eligible homeowners in Chester County and Pennsylvania opened on Monday. “As we continue to advance our COVID-19 recovery efforts, we must address the growing number of homeowners facing possible home loss and …

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Missing Chester County woman found dead in Schuylkill River – Daily Local

NORTH COVENTRY – A 20-year-old woman from North Coventry who went missing last week has been found dead in the Schuylkill River. Authorities said she died from exposure to the elements. On Sunday 23rd January 2022 at 9.08pm Angelica Rodriguez was reported missing by her boyfriend and flatmate from their …

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KLASEY: From Kankakee to Hollywood: Discovering Merna Kennedy | Local News

Hollywood folklore includes many examples (mostly from the 1920s and 1930s) of charming and talented young women who were “discovered” in unlikely settings and became stars of the silver screen. Probably the best-known “discovery” is that of 15-year-old Lana Turner, who was found by director Mervyn LeRoy in a California …

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Flats planned at former Rubinstein location – Daily Local

WEST CHESTER – Preliminary plans call for around 219 apartments to be built on the now vacant site of Rubinstein’s office supply and furniture store and the former Salvation Army thrift store. Builder Eli Kahn submitted plans to the borough to raze the buildings on the site and build a …

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Boeing posts $4 billion loss linked to problems with 787 jet – Daily Local

By DAVID KOENIG Boeing announced a $4.16 billion loss in the fourth quarter as the financial fallout from production defects in one of its best-selling planes, the 787 Dreamliner, worsened. The aircraft manufacturer has paid $3.5 billion to cover further delays in delivering copies of its 787 jetliner and compensation …

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Quality water is key ingredient at new Parkesburg area whiskey distillery – Daily Local

HIGHLAND — A distillery just south of Parkesburg is giving Kentucky a real run for its money. Spring House Spirits produces whisky, bourbon and more recently rum on the 100-acre farm known as Chestnut. Grinding, brewing, fermentation, distillation and aging all take place on the farm. The micro or nano …

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