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firstname.lastname@example.orgStudents who are baffled by biology or challenged by chemistry are invited to get a little free help at the public library downtown. The library's popular homework center is open for its 12th year of service, and once again will be providing one-on-...
The 26th annual Elementary Principal’s Citizenship Award Program was held May 16 at Williamsport High School. Students eligible for the award are selected by the principal of each elementary school or a committee appointed by the principal. Each...
Staff WriterArmed with only cardboard, sealant and duck tape, middle school students throughout the Imperial Valley managed to construct boats fit for two students for the MESA Cardboard Boat Competition. The inaugural event saw a total of 33 boats from eight...
Friday’s editions included a Q&A with Stevenson junior defenseman Kyle Holechek. Due to space constraints, here are some additional answers from the Reisterstown native and Loyola graduate that did not make the cut. Because the Mustangs have had a...
Chicago Public Schools has removed a Dunbar Vocational Career Academy employee from his job after a video was posted online that appears to show him pushing a female student down a flight of stairs. The 16-year-old student's family released a statement...
The Hartford CourantAna Soto recalled a time when her grandson couldn't spell the word "the." That was only last August, Soto told the legislature's Black and Latino Caucus Thursday night. Soto talked about the "trust and a lot of faith" she has in Milner School's new...
SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — An Indiana lawmaker who sponsored a bill that would have required seat belts on school buses hopes two high-profile collisions in a span of a week that left more than 60 people injured will spur parents to urge the General...
The PARDees, Lafayette's senior student-athlete awards ceremony, were held on Thursday evening at the Williams Center for the Arts. More than 100 student-athletes and their families celebrated the close of the Class of 2013's competitive careers. Four...
Tags: Sports, Soccer, Culture, College Basketball, Arts and Culture
While five local schools sent at least one representative to the opening day of the CIF Southern Section Boys’ Individual Tennis Tournament, only one such group survived to the next round. Among San Marino High, La Salle, Pasadena Armenian...
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Tribune reporterChicago Public Schools has removed a Dunbar Vocational Career Academy employee from his position after a video posted online appears to show him pushing a female student down a flight of stairs. The 16-year-old student’s family released a statement...
Staff WriterCALEXICO — Three Jefferson Elementary students have combined technology, environmental awareness, and creativity to be awarded in the Igniting Creative Energy Contest presented by the National Energy Foundation and Johnson Controls Inc. The...
email@example.comJeff Sheppard has high hopes for the highly touted recruits on their way to Kentucky, but he also has tempered expectations. The former Kentucky star said he’s excited about the players coach John Calipari is bringing into the program, and...
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