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1 More qualify to run for Middlesex seats •
2 New sign will recognize Stingray Pt. Lighthouse role as refuge for slaves •
3 County accepting shells to recycle •
4 No takers on brewpub plan forces MC to return grants •
5 Dominion Energy Virginia, All Points Broadband work to extend broadband coverage
6 Ellicottville mayor, cousin honor town pioneer ancestors | Cattaraugus County |
7 News Releases
8 Community Bulletin Board: the Sentinel (for May 26)
9 New assistant county administrator hired •
10 Candidates move ahead from uncontested races | Politics |
11 Middlesex supervisors considering tax hikes •
12 Circuit Court clerk to retire on March 31 •
13 Middlesex County Schools celebrate arrival of two electric school buses
14 Plan to revamp Hummel Field moves forward
15 Car-free highways, shots on a ferry, bonus letdown: News from around our 50 states
16 Hummel Field now eligible for state construction money •
17 Mill Creek Landing set to be re-dredged •
18 Suicide prevention event announced •
19 Multi-use Deltaville trail funds awarded •
20 Five N.J. legislators step out of line
21 NJ Transit board approves contract for Academy replacement covering Middlesex bus routes
22 Gretz leaving Middlesex for Fluvanna •
23 Historical mural eyed for MCPS bus garage •
24 Monroe reports 60 new COVID-19 cases in a week, drive-thru Easter event April 1
25 What's on Virginia's ballot? Here's everything voters in the commonwealth need to know
26 Middlesex is now a Second Amendment Sanctuary County •
27 Couple requests Urbanna extend town's boundary •
28 Atlantic Broadband to Extend Broadband to Four Rural Virginia Counties
29 NJ County Offices of Education
30 Grants to boost broadband service in Mathews, Gloucester – Gazette Journal
31 Thirteen candidates will vie for three, three-year terms available on the Edison Board of Education
32 County officials providing “We Ask That You Mask” signage •
33 Middlesex considering using local contractors to fix Mill Creek Landing •
34 Public hearing on $37 million Capital Improvement Plan set •
35 This year's Urbanna Oyster Festival canceled •
36 Monroe new COVID-19 cases up 60 in a week
37 NJ Transit board members demand tighter controls after $15M Academy bus lawsuit
38 Three candidates campaign for two seats on Jamesburg Board of Education
39 Due to COVID-19 concerns, county cools to campers •
40 Community Bulletin Board: the Sentinel (for May 12)
41 Scenic designation would help protect lower Rappahannock | Growth & Conservation |
42 Editorial: How Roanoke County can save money on school construction. Go solar.
43 Clemons, Rice claim budget costly in long run – Gazette Journal
44 Santa Barbara County Supervisors Support Banning Cannabis Cultivation in Rural Neighborhoods
45 John Koontz column: No drilling off Virginia's coast
46 Community Bulletin Board: the Sentinel (for April 14)
47 NJ Transit still has one lingering contract with Academy Bus. Will it get extended?
48 Topping residents voice concern over regional airport authority •
49 Referendum results in Gloucester lead to optimism for school construction plans
50 Your voter's guide to the 2020 General Election
51 FEMA funding ordered for Central Virginia counties impacted by February ice storm
52 Community Bulletin Board: the Sentinel (for April 7)
53 No appointment necessary at NJ vaccine megasites
54 Access further restricted to beach, campgrounds •
55 Virginia schools have seen the light, and it’s solar
57 East Brunswick superintendent presents hybrid model for 2020-21 school year
58 Most Hampton Roads localities will close for Juneteenth; York County alone excepted
59 Board okays Bethpage expansion •
60 Primary Preview 2021: School board races in Cumberland County
61 Mill Creek plan advances •
62 Letter: 80 Elected Prosecutors and Law Enforcement Leaders Support Clean Slate Initiatives
63 Edison swears in 21 new firefighters, 19 police officers
64 Willis steps down after 36 years as Mathews NAACP president – Gazette Journal
65 Daily News Roundup: Pima County ICU beds dwindle, COVID-19 cases hit record, TPD in-custody death
66 Progress continues on Cooks Corner Revitalization Project •
67 Explainer: What’s a Freeholder? NJ’s Unusual County Government System
68 Rob Wittman defeats Qasim Rashid in Virginia’s 1st Congressional District
69 Election Day live updates in Hampton Roads: Here’s the latest
70 Bartlett: Change 'Freeholder,' but not to 'County Commissioner'
71 Election officials warn NJ isn’t ready for true early voting
72 Letter: 60 Current and Former Prosecutors Sign Letter Pushing for Sentencing Review and Second Chance Opportunities
73 Two Syracuse men's lacrosse players earn ACC honors
74 Pittsylvania board member who raised questions ends up suspended by state
75 Plainfield Board Member Elect
76 Piscataway Township Schools cancels fall sports season
77 Welcome: Municipal governments in Cumberland County | |
78 2021-2022 Early Learning Academy Open to Students from East Brunswick and Surrounding Areas
79 Middlesex Army squad wins 241 Baseball League – Gazette Journal
80 Beyond the Podium
81 State AG: Corrections Officer from Piscataway Charged with Assault, Misconduct
82 The Woodbridge Derailment of 1951: New Jersey's deadliest rail disaster
83 Princess Blanding, sister of Marcus-David Peters, announces run for governor
84 Grocery Workers Will Get Extra $5 Hourly ‘Hero Pay,' LA City Council Decides
85 Ken Miller of Palmyra to lead Wayne supervisors
86 Fairfax County Health Officials Urge Residents to 'Stay the Course' on Social Distancing
87 Virginia educators try to fill void of digital divide as schools prepare to reopen
88 Gloucester reaches above 200 COVID-19 cases – Gazette Journal
89 Chowning named festival grand marshal
90 Report: Monroe County awash in racist land deeds
91 Legals – Gazette Journal
92 Coronavirus: 2 deaths, 17 cases in London-Middlesex; deadly Tillsonburg Maple Manor outbreak over
93 East Brunswick's Principal Dr. Michael Vinella Named Visionary Leader of the Year
94 Milltown School District Announces Plans For Reopening Of Schools In September
95 Somerset County Sheriff Promotes 2 Sergeants | Bridgewater, NJ Patch
96 Fairfax County to get first zero-emission electric school buses
97 Charging ahead
99 FROM PAGES PAST: 1921 -- Ball Bros. give $50,000 to Keuka College
100 Academy Bus whistleblower makes new claims about alleged $15M fraud of NJ Transit