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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.
Steps have been made to speed up the operations, but safety restrictions regarding COVID-19 combined with high demand has resulted in wait times at Pokagon State Park’s toboggan run averaging three to five hours.
MERRIMAC – The Merrimac Fire Department grew by two firefighters earlier this week with the appointments of William Howard and Joanne Ricardelli.
CUMBERLAND — A commission studying the salaries of Allegany County elected officials is recommending annual increases for the county commissioners while offering none for members of the board of education and others serving on local boards.
Laurel: This is something to dance about: Windber’s economic development committee has secured $1 million in state funds to upgrade the community’s 110-year-old dance hall, making the center a year-round destination by adding a commercial kitchen, heating and air conditioning. “This is a real big deal,” Borough Manager Jim Furmanchik said. “People are drawn to venues like this – and I think this could have a huge impact on the community of Windber.”
Anspach, John J., 84, Logansport, visitation hours will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 23, 2021, at the Vineyard Community Church of Logansport, 715 E. Broadway. A celebration of life will be held at a later date. Gundrum Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.