The proposed rules overseeing conduct by partisan poll watchers grew from a survey of local election officials who reported problems with some observers during the May primary.
Community college officials in Roanoke and the New River Valley said they are using a new state initiative to spread the word about availability of fast-track training for in-demand, well-paid
NEWS | FEATURES | PREVIEWS | EVENTS originally published: 08/06/2022 (BURLINGTON, NJ) — Arts Ed NJ, the unifying organization and central resource for arts education information, policy and advocacy in New Jersey, has announced two new board members and a new board chair. These exciting additions to the Board of Trustees
The Community College Outreach Program offers mentorship and paid internships to community college students pursuing science careers.
L to R: Flozell Daniels, immediate past chair; RTA board of commissioners, Mayor LaToya Cantrell, City of New Orleans; Mark Raymond Jr., chair of the board of commissioners; New Orleans Councilmember Eugene Green, District D; and Mark Major, deputy CEO of finance and administration, RTANEW ORLEANS — The New Orleans Regional Transit Authority announced the appointment of Mark Raymond Jr.
The State Democratic Executive Committee is scheduled to elect a new chair to replace Chris England, who is not running.
The State University of New York will reimburse the county for half of all project costs.
Virginia Western Community College will be offering two new healthcare programs when the fall semester starts later this month.
Eastern Iowa Community Colleges (EICC) is officially welcoming Sonya J. Williams, Ph.D., as the District’s eighth Chancellor in public receptions next month. Dr. Williams’ duties begin this week as she assumes leadership of the college following the retirement of Dr. Don Doucette. Williams was appointed Chancellor in June after an extensive national search. As chancellor, 
Harford Community College has announced the president’s list for the spring 2022 semester.
NEW BERN, N.C. (WNCT) -- Craven Community College is offering a new program that gives students an opportunity to learn a trade for free. The Volt Toolbelt Trust covers all registration costs for a credentialed workforce development program. Students will be able to leave the program debt-free and stay within the county to start a