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FALL RIVER — For more than six months, Mayor Paul Coogan has beaten the drum that the American Rescue Plan Act formula to calculate use of funding for lost revenue is unfair, particularly for poorer communities in the Commonwealth. He also enlisted the federal delegation in his mission.  And now a recent change in federal guidelines means that the...
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A fight that broke out at James Monroe High School in Fredericksburg on Tuesday caused the building to close and school to be held asynchronously on Wednesday. According to an email from Fredericksburg City Public Schools sent Wednesday afternoon to all James Monroe families and staff, the altercation occurred at bus dismissal Tuesday afternoon and...
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Five men arrested last month in connection with undercover investigation The Durango Police Department says its internet sting operations to identify individuals involved in human trafficking and sexual assault on children are above board, and monitored by trained investigators and legal professionals. “We have supervisors involved in the investigation as well as communication with the...
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Cleo Smith’s alleged abductor, Terence Kelly, has been charged with assaulting a public officer the day after the four-year-old’s dramatic rescue from his Carnarvon home in WA’s north. Mr Kelly, 36, was arrested on November 3 after police stormed his property and allegedly found Cleo locked inside a bedroom 18 days after she disappeared from...
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Five men arrested last month in connection with undercover investigation The Durango Police Department says its internet sting operations to identify individuals involved in human trafficking and sexual assault on children are above board, and monitored by trained investigators and legal professionals. “We have supervisors involved in the investigation as well as communication with the...
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The attorneys general say they will look into whether, by continuing to provide and promote Instagram despite knowing of the potential harms, Meta violated consumer protection laws and “put the public at risk.” The states involved include California, Florida, Kentucky and Vermont. “Facebook, now Meta, has failed to protect young people on its platforms and...
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By Hannah Caver, Staff Writer TRUSSVILLE — The City of Trussville declared the month of January Human Trafficking Awareness Month at the city council meeting on Tuesday, December 28.  From Left to Right: Councilwoman Lisa Bright, Councilman Ben Short, Amy Wager, Ava Wager, Mayor Buddy Choat, and Councilman Alan Taylor. (Photo by Hannah Caver) According...
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With the Omicron variant driving a dramatic new spike in COVID-19 cases across the country, California Governor Gavin Newsom on Wednesday announced new booster requirements and testing measures that will affect health care workers, public schools and more. By February 1, all health care workers and employees in high-risk congregate settings, including nursing homes, will...
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“Home Town” stars Erin and Ben Napier are still finding their footing as family of four. But one thing is certain: daughters Helen, 3, and Mae, 7 months, are their No. 1 priority. That’s why the HGTV personalities work set hours — from 8 to 5. “I really don’t want someone to else raise them,”...
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Share and speak up for justice, law & order… ARLINGTON, Texas — A GoFundMe campaign was launched for the benefit of Timothy Simpkins, the suspect in a Texas high school shooting on Wednesday that wounded three people, one critically. GoFundMe management quickly removed the page 24 hours after it was set up by family attorney,...
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BROWNSBORO, Texas — A Henderson County child reported missing overnight is believed to be with her non-custodial mother, according to police. At approximately 3:40 a.m., on Saturday, December 18, 2021, the Henderson County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call in reference to a missing 9-year-old child in the Brownsboro area of Henderson County. The missing...
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MASSENA — A Massena Central School Board of Education member says that at a time when many opinions turn into disagreements, it might be worthwhile to explore a Debate Club or similar activity for students. “I was wondering if there could be something like a virtual Debate Club that could meet on Zoom Meets and...
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State Board of Education Chairman Drew Cline also is the president of the Josiah Bartlett Center for Public Policy. CONCORD – Final rules for the new state “education freedom account” program, also known as vouchers, were adopted by the State Board of Education Thursday. The board approved the rules, which will have to go before...
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6. Finance your home smartly If you want to be a homeowner, the best time to buy your first home is when you’re financially ready and in a position to stay put for a few years. Opt for a mortgage rate that’s fixed for as long as you plan to remain in the home, and...
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One night in the fall of 2002, Rob Morris witnessed the horrific crime of people selling children for sex in a brothel located in Southeast Asia. He and some friends were on a mission to learn more about the issue of child sex trafficking and see how they could be helpful in thwarting it. They...
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Recently, the Baltimore City State’s Attorney and Prince George’s County State’s Attorney took a giant leap forward to strengthen trust in the legal system and trust in police. They released their offices’ “Do Not Call” lists, which contain information about police officers whom prosecutors will no longer call to testify because they believe the officers...
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Currently, more than 16,000 clinicians are caring for millions of patients through the National Health Service Corps, which was founded in 1972 in response to dwindling numbers of primary care physicians. They work in areas with limited access to health care, and during the pandemic thousands served in community health centers and hospitals across the...
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Good morning. During a virtual summit Xi Jinping told Joe Biden that China was prepared to take “decisive measures” if Taiwan made any moves towards independence that crossed Beijing’s red lines. Xi also warned the US president that any support for Taiwanese independence would be “like playing with fire”, according to a Chinese state media...
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The Himachal Pradesh Police has traced 635 missing persons in a special driver that was launched in the month of September, October 2021, a police official said on Monday. The official said Himachal Pradesh had 18,577 cases of missing persons from 2010 till 30 September 2021 as per the latest data. “Out of these, 17,059...
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