Search / 1332 results found


The new year affords new opportunities to create a bright shared future. On the heels of what was unquestionably a challenging year, what actions will we now collectively take to make 2021 as successful as possible? Will we allow the negative thinking associated with the COVID-19 pandemic to cloud our thinking, or will we cut through the negativity and allow positive thoughts to drive our success?

School officials say a program to offer vocational training and college credits to high school students from Salem, Peabody, Gloucester and Beverly — at no cost to them — has been a big success since it launched two years ago and then greatly expanded thanks to grants and other funding.

1. You’re one of Cherokee County’s most tenured superintendents. What drew you to education?


Eighth-grader Javian Webber got right into the action when his Delta teammates had a shoe flipping competition Friday at Muskogee 7th and 8th Grade Academy.

Elizabethtown Community Hospital is training 25 students from across the region for advanced emergency healthcare

Just a few of years ago, Pulaski looked to be on track to lose one of the best resources for some that could help with their health. The pools at what was then called SomerFit were in major disrepair. The building's landlord, also known as Somerset city government, had attempted fixes, but their attempts did not meet with approval from the state.