• State Sen. John Cronin discusses importance of local news, state aid with local journalism leaders

    A bill, introduced by State Rep. Jeffrey Rosario Turco back in January, would institute a tax credit that would reimburse any Massachusetts resident up to $250 per year for the cost of local newspaper subscriptions.

  • Visalia prepares for localized flooding

    VISALIA, Calif. (KSEE/KGPE) – The city of Visalia says early Thursday morning Lake Kaweah reached capacity according to the data provided by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The City of Visalia says they have been actively monitoring the water levels not just at Terminus Dam, but at waterways throughout Visalia such as Dry Creek, []

  • Mainsteet recognizes local Realtor

    The Mainstreet Organization of Realtors recently recognized Beth Kaim as a top producer in sales in its 2022 Production Awards. Kaim has been a Realtor with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices American Heritage agency in Elk Grove Village for the past 8 years.

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  • STRA campaigners gaslighting locals

    The latest action from the short-term rental accommodation (STRA) campaigners is an alarmist email exhorting recipients to ‘Join the fight to protect your right to stay in a holiday home in Byron Bay’.

  • Kephart Visits Local Correctional Facilities

    HARRISBURG – State Rep. Dallas Kephart (R-Cambria/Clearfield) recently toured both Quehanna Boot Camp in Karthaus and SCI Houtzdale in a show of support for the many residents who work at these correctional facilities. He is pictured with (from left) officials from Quehanna: Major Scott Carter, Superintendent Frazer Blake, Department of Corrections Legislative Liaison Dwayne Heckert […]

  • Catalina locals tackle muddy marathon

    Locals hit milestone in run to Two Harbors and back. Recent storms made for

  • Princess Donates To Two Local Charities

    Following its Black History Month celebrations in February, Hamilton Princess & Beach Club has made donations to two local charities in the name of its honourees, with the Bermuda College Foundation chosen by Dr. Duranda Greene, and the Packwood Home, chosen by the Horton siblings: Randy Horton, Ellen-Kate’ Horton, and Robert Horton. $3,000 was raised for […]

  • The value of local news in the streaming age

    In an era of streaming television, when consumers have access to a seemingly limitless array Read More

  • Potholes in local streets are pain in the asphalt

    We are in that season where it seems there is a pothole for every car out there. But while city crews in the metro are working on the problem, the potholes just seem to populate even more.

  • Venezuela Rejects Politicization of Local Migration

    Despite arbitrary unilateral sanctions, the Bolivarian government has implemented the "Return to the Homeland" plan, which has supported thousands of Venezuelans residing abroad.

  • Local cricketers prepare for finals this weekend

    Tintenbar-East Ballina (TEB) and Bangalow cricket clubs have each had two senior teams qualify for the finals this weekend, while Goonellabah Workers were the minor premiers in the LJ Hooker league. TEB’s second-grade team has finished in second place on the ladder after beating Pottsville on the weekend. Pottsville were rolled for 116 with Noah […]